Get the Latest from Eminem, Crusades, First Rate People and More in Our Music/Video Roundup

Get the Latest from Eminem, Crusades, First Rate People and More in Our Music/Video Roundup
This weekend marked the end of Daylight Savings Time for many of us. If you're wondering what to do with your extra hour, why not get caught up on the latest album streams, tracks and videos to hit the web this past week? Below, find some highlights, then visit Exclaim!'s Music/Video section for more great music as it surfaces.

Eminem had a fairly steady week of releases leading up to the release of The Marshall Mathers LP 2. First he released "Monster" featuring Rihanna, a more pop-friendly number that features Slim Shady singing and even, um, yodelling. He also released "Love Game," featuring Kendrick Lamar. The tune takes its hook from '60s song "The Game of Love," but has the added benefit of a Lamar verse. Want to hear the whole album? Head here.

Elsewhere in hip-hop, Busdriver, Open Mike Eagle and milo dropped "All Pastel Everything," their contribution to the upcoming Hellfyre Club comp. The track features rapid-fire rapping juxtaposed with dreamy, slow-moving passages. Meanwhile, Chief Keef released a clip for "That's It" that finds the rapper mumbing into an iPhone among some woozy visuals.

Crusades are ready to drop Perhaps You Deliver This Judgment With Greater Fear Than I Receive It. The album finds the Ottawa band turning the teachings of an Italian friar and philosopher into 10 melodic hard-rock songs, and you can stream all of them now.

Looking for something to groove to? Pop collective First Rate People have you covered with their debut album, Everest, also streaming in full on our site. Listen as the album cycles between R&B, barebones rock'n'roll, folktronica and more.

Finally, Celtic-Punjab outfit Delhi 2 Dublin get more animated than usual in their video for "Code Red." Watch as the team rescues their astral monkey friend from their evil arch-nemesis.

Head to Exclaim!'s Music/Video section to browse more of the latest albums, songs and videos.