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Eminem Reconciles With His Estranged Mother in "Headlights" Video

Eminem has put together the ultimate Mother's Day gift for his mom: an apologetic music video for his latest The Marshall Mathers LP 2 single "Headlights." Spike Lee directed the video, which is a pretty big deal considering the last time he directed a video it was for Michael Jackson's 2009 single "This Is It." Set in Eminem's old 8 Mile neighborhood, the clip finds both the rapper and Debbie Mathers seeking to make amends with each other. Even though Eminem tells his side of the story in the song, addressing their differences and saying he's sorry for "Cleaning Out My Closet," the video is mostly shot through his mom's perspective. It ends with Em sending a Mother's Day note that's going to be hard to top. Watch below.

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Eminem Reconciles With His Estranged Mother in "Headlights" Video