Those who still remember Chris D’elia’s impression of Eminem last year will be glad to see the comedian back at it, starring in Logic‘s latest “Homicide” music video, hilariously mouthing the words of Eminem‘s feature.
The video begins with Logic sitting in his recording studio when Def Jam‘s Paul Rosenberg leaves a voice mail that lets him know Eminem won’t be able to make it to the music video’s shoot. Just as the message ends, Logic’s manager Chris Zarou enters the room, offering another alternative: they both get body doubles. Chauncey Leopardi, or Michael “Squints” Palledorous from The Sandlot as Logic and Chris D’Elia as Eminem. Towards the end, after verses from both rappers are heard, Em makes an appearance with an impeccable impression of Chris D’elia’s impersonation, bringing it full circle.
Scroll above for a look at the new visuals for Logic and Eminem’s “Homicide,” starring Chris D’elia.
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