Video: Eminem – Won’t Back Down (Late Night With Jimmy Fallon)

Continuing his rounds of the late night TV promo circuit, Marshall hit 30 Rock to perform the Pink-featured “Won’t Back Down” off the new number album in the country, Recovery. Em got a little help from house band The Roots and it’s nice to finally start seeing the old Eminem on the stage, seeing as his UK TV promo tour saw Em a little blank-faced, and uncomfortably serious.

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