The Backstory on Eminem’s Untouchable Track

The Backstory on Eminem’s Untouchable Track

Eminem’s “Untouchable” track details racial injustice in America from a Caucasian perspective and Eminem raps about it on the first two verses on the song. The last verse in the song switches to the views of an African-American.

The song was released on the same day that former South Carolina police officer Michael Slager was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the shooting death of Walter Scott back in 2015, while he was fleeing, unarmed from the scene in broad daylight.

Mr. Porter, Emile Hayni and Mark Batson were featured in the main production of the song. Eminem also co-produced the track. The song samples “Earache My Eye” by Cheech And Chong.

If you haven’t got a chance to listen to the track, you can check it out here.

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