Beyoncé's vocals appear on the chorus, echoing the same sentiment as Eminem, using "walk on water" as a metaphor for trying to make it through life trying to not disappoint people's outrageous expectations.
Eminem's work has always featured plenty of self-deprecation and raw self-questioning, but "Walk on Water" may be the most blatant display of anxiety about his actual music skills.
I will walk on water, but I ain't no Jesus, sings Bey.
The track is the first single from Eminem's upcoming ninth LP, rumoured to be titled Revival. Eminem has made great impact in the rap scene years back and seen as a "God" when it comes to rap.
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If you listen closely, you can hear the sounds of Eminem writing and ripping up paper in the background. The first performance of this epic collaboration may be sooner than you think. It it the bar I set?
"Will this just be another misstep / To tarnish whatever legacy, love or respect I've garnered?" he raps. It's like he's using "Walk on Water" and "Stan" as bookends of an era, a snapshot of an impressive career.
And although Eminem's new album Revival doesn't have a release date, the rapper will be performing songs from it on Saturday Night Live on November 18th.