In a move none of us were expecting, Eminem has endorsed Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, in his latest campaign ad... and everyone is saying the same thing.

The notorious rapper - who has built his entire career around controversy - has endorsed Joe Biden just one day before election day.

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Though the rapper has always been open about his distaste for President Trump, many are somewhat taken back by his move.

Biden's latest campaign ad features one of Eminem's most popular tracks...

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And, to reiterate his support for the presidential candidate, the rapper shared the ad on his own personal Twitter account.

Of course, a large proportion of people have been left incredibly moved by the ad...

With many claiming it "gave them shivers", and some even thanking the rapper for his contribution to the campaign.

However, others have found the whole thing to be a little controversial...

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With some people pointing out Eminem's own turbulent history with political ads.

Now, Eminem is one of the world's most renowned rappers...

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So it has come as no real surprise that he has decided to use his platform to endorse his candidate of choice.

Real name Marshall Mathers, Eminem was determined to make it big as a rapper from young age.

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And throughout the early 90s, he worked tirelessly on making a name for himself in the underground world of hip hop - something which proved to be quite the challenge for a white man.

His success certainly wasn't immediate.

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And it took him quite some time to establish himself in the industry, with Detroit's veteran MCs and DJs laughing the "skinny white boy" off from the stage.

However, at an LA rap battle, producer, Dr. Dre saw something in the up-and-coming musician...

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And with him as his mentor, Eminem released the iconic The Slim Shady LP in 1999, which went on to sell millions of copies and win him 2 Grammy Awards and 4 MTV Video Music Awards.

It was onwards and upwards from there.

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In 2000, he went on to release The Marshall Mathers LP, which included some of his most popular tracks such as "Stan" and "The Real Slim Shady."

However, despite all of his success...

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Eminem certainly hasn't been shy of controversy.

The rapper has frequently come under fire for being offensive...

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And many have slammed the rapper as being "sexist" and "homophobic" in his music.

He had often rapped about killing his wife, Kim...

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And was arrested and charged with assault in 2000 when he allegedly pistol-whipped a man he saw kissing her.

Eminem has built his image around being angsty, rebellious, and, quite simply, not "giving a f***".

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And he has publicly blasted many famous faces in his songs, including Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst, Christina Aguilera, and Will Smith.

So, when it comes to politics...

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He certainly isn't one to stay quiet on the matter.

The rapper is known for using his music to express his political views...

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In 2004, with the memory of 9/11 still raw in our minds, Eminem attacked President Bush by sharing an anti-war stance, rapping: "Let the president answer on higher anarchy. Strap him with an AK-47, let him go fight his own war."

And, in his ninth studio album, Revival, Em took aim at President Trump.

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In the track, "Like Home", the rapper savagely compared the president to Adolf Hitler with the lyrics: โ€œYou stay on Twitter, way to get your hate off, Nazi. I do not see a way y'all differ. And all you got are racecards. Better get the swastika with your name carved in it. Should be your trademark, because hate's all you played off. And you just lick the plate off. So I guess it pays to feed off of chaos. So basically, you ate off Hitler."

And, just to reiterate his hate of Trump further...

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He recently endorsed Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, in the latest Biden campaign ad.

One of Eminem's most famous tracks accompanies an ad released today.

For the most part, people are loving the commercial - and the choice of song, of course.

The campaign ad features Eminem's 8 Mile track, "Lose Yourself"...

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Which accompanies a forty-five-second video featuring black-and-white footage of people voting as well as Biden appearing at a rally in Michigan.

But, of course, many can't help but remember one thing.

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Eminem famously sued New Zealandโ€™s right-wing National Party for using music that sounded like "Lose Yourself" in a 2014 campaign ad. The star won the case in 2017, with the political party forced to pay out $415,000.

Clearly, he's made a massive exception for the Biden campaign.

You can watch the full ad above. Election day is November 3rd, make sure to get your vote in!