Detroit stars in Eminem's 'Detroit Vs. Everybody' video
In the video, Em, Big Sean and co. are seen performing in various settings in the city
Eminem and his Detroit cronies shine a spotlight on the city in the video for "Detroit Vs. Everybody," which premiered online Friday.
In the video, Eminem, Big Sean, Royce da 5'9", Danny Brown, Trick Trick and Dej Loaf are shot in black and white in various Detroit settings. Royce and Dej are on rooftops, while Brown and Sean perform in a pair of dilapidated buildings. Em is seen walking through the city and performing inside the Masonic Temple.
The clip also includes shots of Ford Field, Joe Louis Arena and Comerica Park, along with downtown staples like Henry the Hatter and Lafayette and American Coney Islands.
The video was directed by Syndrome, who also did Eminem's videos for "Berzerk," "Rap God" and "Guts Over Fear."
"Detroit Vs. Everybody," which borrows its name from Detroit designer Tommey Walker's popular clothing line, is included on "Shady XV," Eminem's Shady Records compilation album, which was released in November. It is No. 71 on this week's Billboard 200 albums chart.
Shady Records teamed with New Era for a limited edition Shady Vs. Everybody baseball cap, which is available for $99. All proceeds from the sale benefit Eminem's Marshall Mathers Foundation.