Eminem releases Tobey music video featuring his childhood home, Detroit natives Big Sean & BabyTron

Eminem releases Tobey music video featuring his childhood home, Detroit natives Big Sean & BabyTron

The camera then pans to Eminem, who raps about his humble beginnings while sitting on the porch.

Eminem has unveiled the music video for his track “Tobey,” which features Big Sean and BabyTron.

In one scene, BabyTron and Eminem are seen around what appears to be Eminem’s childhood home at 19946 Dresden St. in Detroit. This is the same house featured on the cover of “The Marshall Mathers LP,” still with its brown patina. BabyTron raps about his GOAT status while walking around the house.

The camera then pans to Eminem, who raps about his humble beginnings, his goal to inspire the youth, and more while sitting on the porch.

“Tobey Maguire got bit by a spider, but see, me, it was a goat/If you want space, I hope you take your helmet off soon as you get up to Venus and choke,” they rap in the chorus.

“Even while sleepin’, be thinkin’ so woke/White Cartiers, all I’m seein’ is dope (Yeah)/My city Leia and I’m Obi-Wan, got a mission to pass, I just might be the hope.”

At the end, Eminem, wearing a Jason mask, uses a chainsaw on someone off-camera, creating a bloody mess. The camera then zooms out to show a chalk outline of a person. The “Tobey” music video was initially set to premiere on YouTube on July 5 but was delayed until today.

“Tobey” is the second single from Eminem’s eagerly awaited album, “The Death of Slim Shady (Coupe de GrĂ¢ce),” set for release on July 12. The track is produced by John Nocito, Daniyel, Carlton McDowell, Cole Bennett, and Eminem. Dr. Dre announced the new LP during a March episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, with Eminem later confirming the news. He has since promoted the album’s release with a newspaper obituary and a true-crime-themed trailer.

The album’s lead single, “Houdini,” was released in late May.