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Eminem performed on "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday, and he brought a few friends along with him.
Producer Rick Rubin joined Eminem during his first performance, of his "Marshall Mathers LP 2" single "Berzerk." Rubin cued up Billy Squier's "The Stroke" at the beginning of the song and acted as DJ for the rest of the performance, while Em was joined by his hype man, Mr. Porter, and a six-piece backing band.
Singer Skylar Grey hit the stage with Em for his second song, "Survival," taking up vocal duties on the song's chorus. Em donned a camouflage jacket and a different pair of Nikes than he wore during the first performance, and the stage's backdrop was outfitted with camouflage netting.
Both songs come from Em's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2," which is due out Tuesday. The album is now streaming in full on iTunes.
Eminem is also set to perform Sunday on the inaugural YouTube Music Awards.