Eminem is releasing the uncensored version of 3 A.M., his latest music video, on cable channel Cinemax tonight, at 10 pm ET/PT. The horror-themed music video will be shown before the television premiere of Bryan Bertino’s thriller The Strangers.
3 a.m., the second official single from Eminems forthcoming album, Relapse, is a tribute to his late friend Proof, who was killed in a bar brawl in 2006. The song deals with darker themes, with Eminem using high pitched nasal voice to impersonate a psychopathic serial killer questioning his own sanity and recalling various homicidal incidents.
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3 a.m.was shot in Detroit by directing trio Syndrome (James Larese, Micah Hancock, Mars Sandoval), Los Angeles, with executive producer Monica Blackburn and Robot Film executive producer Rosanne Cunningham. Syndrome are known for their music videos for T-Pain, Danity Kane, Kanye West, Black Eyed Peas and Kaz James.