Eminem’s Song “Without Me” Featured in Football Promo Video

Eminem’s song “Without Me” is the track you can hear in Sunday Night Football on NBC’s promotional video for Tom Brady’s comeback to New England. As you know, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback will play against his former team, the New England Patriots, this coming Sunday, October 3.

When you check the official Twitter page of Sunday Night Football on NBC with the handle @SNFonNBC, you can hear Eminem’s song “Without Me” used. You can tell that the 2002 classic tune by the Detroit rap star celebrates Tom Brady’s return to his former home football field, the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

The National Football League legend affirmed that he would not reminisce about his playing days with the New England Patriots. Tom Brady also remarked that he is interested in focusing on Sunday’s football game.

Sunday Night Football on NBC captioned its Twitter post, asking the fans, “Guess who’s back?” The social media post’s message also informs fans to tell a friend that Tom is coming back to New England on Sunday evening.

The Twitter post featuring Eminem’s song “Without Me” also mentioned Marshall Bruce Mathers III using his Twitter handle “@eminem.” The September 29, 2021 social media message has already raked in 4,049 Twitter likes, 653 Retweets, and 80 Quote Tweets.

You may find it funny to hear Eminem’s song “Without Me” as the background for the video about Tom Brady returning to his former football field. The track is the lead single of Eminem’s fourth studio album, “The Eminem Show,” released in 2002.

In his 2005 greatest hits compilation album “Curtain Call: The Hits,” you will also find Eminem’s song “Without Me” getting re-released. You can say that Sunday Night Football on NBC found the tune suitable and catchy.

After all, Eminem’s track is one of the rap star’s most successful singles. If you can remember, it reached number two in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Plus, Eminem’s song “Without Me” made it to the number-one spot in fifteen countries.

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