Eminem, who is set to release his new album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2 November 5, is slated to appear as the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” (“SNL”) November 2. 

The appearance is set to be a part of Eminem’s sixth trip to “SNL,” according to NBC, as per billboard.com

Eminem’s showing on “SNL” is meant to promote the emcee’s upcoming release.

He is expected to perform “Berzerk,” according to billboard.com. Other potential songs Eminem may perform include “Rap God” and “Survival.” Eminem may also elect to perform an unreleased song during his set for the program. “Rap God,” “Berzerk” and “Survival” can be heard below. 

Actress Kerry Washington is slated to be the host of the program November 2. 

Eminem’s other appearances on “SNL” took place in 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2010, according to billboard.com. His most recent appearance featured Eminem joining Lil Wayne on the “SNL” stage

Eminem also appeared as part of the sketches on the program during his 2000 appearance. Em’s 2000 appearance can be viewed below. 

(October 16)

UPDATE: Eminem appears in promotional clips that have been released for his “SNL” appearance.

The clips also include the host for the evening, Kerry Washington.

The clips can be viewed below.

(November 11)

UPDATE #2: Eminem performed “Berzerk” and “Survival” on “Saturday Night Live” today (November 2).

Eminem performed “Berzerk” backed by Mr. Porter for vocal support and Rick Rubin as Em’s deejay. Eminem also performed “Survival,” supported by Mr. Porter and Skylar Grey. Both songs were also performed with a band.

(November 2)

UPDATE #3: The full “SNL” episode was released today.

Video clips of “Berzerk” and “Survival” can be found below, included in the full episode stream, via nbc.com

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