Eminem's 'Berzerk' music video features Kid Rock, Kendrick Lamar, and more - Watch the video

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Eminem debuted his long-awaited music video for his new single "Berzerk," on Monday (Sept. 9) after his bizarre intro on ESPN Saturday night (Sept. 7), and the clip boasts a big roster of cameos.

The video features Eminem -- real name Marshall Mathers -- rapping and generally DGAF-ing with spray paint and his own style of dancing with guest appearances from Kid Rock, Kendrick Lamar, track producer Rick Rubin, and members of Slaughterhouse. Interspersed throughout the video is vintage footage of Billy Squier -- whose "The Stroke" provides one of the samples for "Berzerk -- as well as footage of riots and violent fights.

And is it just us, or does Eminem defy all the laws of nature and just never age? The 40-year-old rapper looks exactly the same as he did when he first broke out in '97. 

Watch the full music video below:

"The Marshall Mathers LP 2" drops Nov. 5.

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