Eminem – The Monster f. Rihanna (Video)

blame it on Illy December 16, 2013

Eminem faces demons and Rihanna plays his therapist in his music video for “The Monster” off his platinum-selling album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, out now.

  • Stevie Janowski


  • ShatteredWorld

    Em’s best video, period I believe!

    • whylin’

      Doesn’t top The Way I Am

  • The Monster nice club hit

  • Seif

    Good concept.

  • SpeakingHarshTruth

    The flashbacks were cool, but Ri Ri you ain’t foolin anyone with them 32As squashed like that lmfao.


  • _AudiiO

    Now watch while everybody goes back and re-watches all the old Em videos while they nostalgically rub their chodes.

  • NenTenDope

    Song reminds me of Gym class heroes The Fighter

  • Frank Kennedy

    This video was… Actually pretty good. Very mature tone, for such a radio friendly pop song. Good shit overall. [email protected] 32 double A’s comment

  • TrueGem17

    All I can say is Free Shady!

    • Stevie Janowski

      Too many faggots complained about Relapse when it was by far the best sober Eminem album

      • TrueGem17

        Finally! I thought I was the only one who really liked Relapse.

        • Stevie Janowski

          Eminem and Dr.Dre need to do a Watch The Throne type album, that would be insane.

  • espyy


  • Beard Gawd

    This is my least favourite song on the album (by far) but the video’s dope. Em’s come correct with his videos for the MMLP2. ‘Berzerk’, ‘Rap God’ and now ‘The Monster’ – all well done.

  • Ill Son

    For ppl who didn’t like the concept if not even listened to the entire record. But, went off calling the record, “pop”. When the record, “Stan” was his first initial “pop” record (to be politically correct). This is no different. At the same time, you aren’t looking further than just production on an Eminem joint. If it’s nothing like, “Rap God” or “Brainless”, we don’t want to hear, progressive introspective conscious rap from Eminem. So, when the video comes out. You LOVE the concept, especially the visuals in which you’re expressing your struggle with yourself. That still to this DAY is on the album, ha. #GreatVid #LoveIt

  • LMK!

    Pop music at its finest