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Eminem has released another preview of his upcoming album in the form of "Untouchable," which arrived late Thursday.

The song arrives just hours after Em revealed the patriotic artwork for his album, Revival, which is out next week. As he shared the flag-centric art, he also confirmed he would be releasing the new track tonight.

On the track, the rapper stands up for Black Lives Matter, specifically calling out Republicans who knock the racial justice movement. He goes on to acknowledge as a white man he feels "untouchable," while many black Americans still face obstacles in the justice system and in their daily lives. "And I admit there have been times where it’s been embarrassing to be a white boy,” he raps during the second verse.

As we previously mentioned, the new cut is among several collaborations appearing on the new album, including guest features from Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran, Kehlani, Pink, X Ambassadors, Skylar Grey and Phresher, in addition to Beyoncé, who contributed vocals to lead single "Walk on Water."

Revival is officially out on Dec. 15 and as of tonight it is now available for pre-order.

Hear "Untouchable" below.