Fans who have been pining for the release of Eminem's forthcoming album Revival can finally rejoice: The album has an official release date. Dr. Dre, who executive produced Em's upcoming album, shared the date in a fake prescription drug commercial posted to his Instagram account on Tuesday (Nov. 28).
In the clip, an actor by the name of Trevor is seen parodying a pharmaceutical advertisement as he says, "You've spent the past few weeks hearing about Revival and how you can treat moderate to severe Atrox Rithimus. Well, today I have great news for all of you suffering from AR."
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Trevor then reveals that "Revival isn't a medication at all, Revival is the name of an album, and it's coming out December 15," with a news ticker at the bottom of the video that reads, "Revival is an album," just for added comedic effect.
Following Em's scathing BET Hip-Hop Awards freestyle, anticipation for new material reached an all-time high and seemingly heightened after he dropped the Beyoncé-featuring "Walk on Water," the only track released from the rapper's upcoming album so far.
Revival will be Eminem's first LP since 2013's The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
Watch the Revival ad below.
This story was originally published on Billboard.