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Only Eminem Would Drop A Lyric Video After The Actual Video

Read along to 'Detroit Vs. Everybody.'

Well, this is unusual.

Just a few weeks after releasing the official music video for "Detroit vs. Everybody," Eminem and his Motor City crew of MCs dropped the lyric video for the track on Friday morning (Feb. 6).

The posse cut, off of last year's Shady XV, is a reminder of the caliber of lyricist that D-Town has to offer, with Royce da 5'9", Big Sean, Danny Brown and Em all kicking ruthless rhymes, bridged by a hook from Dej Loaf. With that in mind, the lyric video is a bit of a life raft for those who couldn't keep up with the dizzying flows, offering fans a chance to read along and try to keep up. The original music video, which dropped in late January, takes fans on a tour of the D.

With three nominations at Sunday's Grammy Awards, it could be a big weekend for Slim Shady. But he's showing no signs of slowing down with his work ethic. On Thursday night, he posted a picture in the studio with Slaughterhouse, letting fans know they were at work on Glass House, the quartet's upcoming album.

Below, check out Big Sean explaining to MTV News what it was like to work with Em.