Eminem Is Hiding New Album Announcement in Fake Pharmaceutical Promotions

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People looking at a banner for a what appears to be a new miracle drug called Revival might be disappointed that the advertised drug won’t, in fact, help them to “Seize the moment,” unless the moment they want to seize is listening to a new Eminem album.
Eagle-eyed hip hop fans might notice that the word “Revival” features a backward E on the bottom, the trademark of Eminem.
The banner was revealed (possibly by accident, possibly “by accident”) when Eminem’s manager Paul Rosenberg posted a picture of the new album by Yelawolf.

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