Eminem Debuts “Houdini” at Epic Detroit Concert

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    Eminem’s Surprise Performance at Michigan Central’s Reopening Event and New Single “Houdini”

    Eminem made a surprise appearance at the “Live From Detroit: The Concert At Michigan Central” show, which celebrated the reopening and renovation of the train station after over 30 years. The event, executive-produced by Eminem and his manager Paul Rosenberg, featured performances by Michigan artists like Big Sean, Slum Village, and Illa J, as well as non-313 musicians such as Common and Fantasia.

    During his set, Eminem performed his new single “Houdini” live for the first time, along with hits like “Welcome 2 Detroit” and “Not Afraid.” The highlight of the night was when he invited Jelly Roll on stage for a powerful rendition of “Sing For The Moment,” which left the crowd and the city in awe.

    The taped replay of the concert will air on NBC tonight at 7PM EST for those who missed the live event. Eminem’s new single “Houdini” has been making waves, becoming the rap song with the second-highest first week debut on Spotify of all time. Despite some mixed reviews, the overall reception has been positive, with fans eagerly anticipating Eminem’s upcoming album.

    Gabriel Bras Nevares, a music and pop culture news writer for HotNewHipHop, shared his insights on Eminem’s performance and the impact of his new single. With a deep passion for hip-hop and a keen eye for emerging talent, Gabriel continues to bring the latest news and releases to his audience, keeping them informed and engaged in the world of music.