The clip had a mixed reception due to scenes of domestic violence.
Rihanna told "Access Hollywood" when the single about domestic abuse was released that she was eager to be part of the project."It's something that, you know, we've both experienced, you know, on different sides, different ends of the table," she said.The "We Found Love" singer has been in the Big Apple working on new music for her upcoming album "R8." On Tuesday she posted a video on Instagram giving a quick preview of the sounds fans can expect to hear from the new project."Ph--kin' roun in da studio," she captioned the video.Recording sessions were held in Ferndale, Michigan, and Dublin, Ireland.
Backed by guitar, piano and violin, the track is a midtempo hip hop ballad with a pop refrain, sung by Rihanna, and describes two lovers who refuse to separate despite being in a dangerous love–hate relationship.
Asked in an interview with Rolling Stone if he still dated, Eminem said: "Not really. You always wonder what their real motives are," he said.
As far as going out, like dinner and a movie – I just can't. "I mean, I'd like to be in a relationship again someday. It's just hard to meet new people, in my position." The Detroit rapper, who has successful battled drug addiction in recent years, said he was happy being single and wanted to focus on himself for the time being. "I've got a small circle of friends, and it's a lot of the same friends I've known forever.
Interscope Records released the song in August 2010 as the second single from Recovery.
Critics praised its melody but were divided on thematic aspects such as poignancy and accuracy.
Right now, that works for me." Meanwhile, Eminem is currently working on long time collaborator Dr Dre's new album 'Detox'.