"So basically, you Adolf Hitler, but you ain't ruining our country, punk," Eminem raps in "Like Home."
At midnight, Marshal Mathers released his first studio album in four years, "Revival," where he expanded on his freestyle diss of POTUS.
The track "Like Home" is about the unbreakable spirit of the American people despite Trump's attempt of "tryin' to divide us." Featuring the fiery vocals of Mrs. Alicia Keys, "Like Home" also likens Trump's leadership of the U.S. to that of a cult leader and his loyal followers. Eminem also accuses Trump of watching right-leaning "Fox News like a parrot."
Em pays tribute to Heather Heyer, the counter-protester who was killed during the white supremacy rally in Charlottesville back in August, as well. "If we start from the scratch like a scab for scars to heal / And band together for Charlottesville / And for Heather, fallen heroes," he raps.
Below is the second verse of "Like Home," which compares Trump to Hitler:
The swastika with your name carved in it
Should be your trademark, 'cause it's all you played off
And you just took the plate off
So I guess it pays to feed off of chaos
So basically, you Adolf Hitler
But you ain't ruining our country, punk
You won't take our pride from us, you won't define us
'Cause like a dictionary, things are looking up
So much, got a sprained neck, know we would rise up
Against this train wreck and take a stand
Even if it mean sittin' when they raise the flag
This ain't the Star Spangled Banner
This man just praised a statue of General Lee
'Cause he generally hates the black people, degrades Hispanics
But "Revival" is not all political. Eminem drops mentions in three of the album's 19 songs to his now 21-year-old daughter, Hailie Jade.
"I said your name but always tried to hide your face," Eminem raps in "Castle." "This game is crazy, I wanted to claim my love for you but damn / I never knew it'd be like this / If I did, I wouldn't have done it / You ain't asked for none of this shit / Now you're being punished? Things that should've been private with me and your mother is public."
Recalling a near death experience on the song "Arose," he also says, "Just heard they/re unplugging me / And it's your birthday / Jade, I'm missing your birthday / Baby girl, I'm sorry."
Many of the songs on "Revival" allude to this being Eminem's final album, like this other lyric from "Castle": "They can take this fame back, I don't want it / I'll put out this last album then be done with it."
Listen to "Revival" below.