Grammy-winning rapper Eminem is sticking to the music scene by announcing plans to release a “Guts Over Fear” music video in the near future.

Slim Shady posted up a picture from the song’s music video set in Michigan this week.

Filming the Guts Over Fear Music Video in Detroit. Pre-Order #SHADYXV now on iTunes. cc: Sia, @emilehaynie

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Check out these details about Em’s upcoming solo album right here…

The rap star’s upcoming ShadyXV tracklisting sprouted online last week.

DISC 1

1. Eminem – “ShadyXV”
2. Slaughterhouse – “Psychopath Killer” (feat. Eminem and Yelawolf)
3. Eminem – “Die Alone” (feat. Kobe)
4. Bad Meets Evil – “Vegas”
5. Slaughterhouse – “Ya’ll Ready Know”
6. Eminem – “Guts Over Fear” (feat. Sia)
7. Yelawolf – “Down”
8. D12 – “Bane”
9. Eminem – “Fine Line”
10. Skylar Grey, Eminem, and Yelawolf – “Twisted”
11. Eminem – “Right for Me”
12. Eminem, Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, DeJ Loaf, and Trick Trick – “Detroit Vs. Everybody”

DISC 2

1. 50 Cent – “I Get Money”
2. D12 – “Purple Pills”
3. Eminem – “Lose Yourself”
4. Obie Trice, Kuniva, Bobby Creekwater, Ca$his, and Stat Quo – “Cry Now (Shady Remix)”
5. Yelawolf – “Let’s Roll” (feat. Kid Rock)
6. Slaughterhouse – “Hammer Dance”
7. 50 Cent – “P.I.M.P.”
8. Eminem, 50 Cent, Ca$his, and Lloyd Banks – “You Don’t Know”
9. D12 – “My Band”
10. Obie Trice – “Wanna Know”
11. 50 Cent – “Wanksta”
12. Obie Trice – “The Setup” (feat. Nate Dogg)
13. 50 Cent – “In Da Club”
14. D12 – “Fight Music”
15. Yelawolf – “Pop the Trunk” (ShadyXV)

The Detroit native unleashed his project’s artwork via Instagram in mid-October.

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Back to basics! Here's the cover for #SHADYXV out 11/24.

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Summer reports claimed the project would come as a double album and feature some past hits.

KEEPIN’ IT SHADY (UPDATE): Among other news dropped during the VMAs was the announcement that Eminem would release his ninth album, Shady XV, on 11/24. It will reportedly contain both new material and greatest hits, with the physical version boasting two CDs. The rap firebrand wore a T-shirt teasing the release during the Detroit stop of his Monster Tour with Rihanna, a show that also saw the stars participating in the ALS ice-bucket challenge. The album’s title refers to the 15th anniversary of Em’s major-label bow. (8/25a) (HITS Daily Double)