Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison (Minn.) told TMZ on Wednesday that he believes Eminem's rap against President Donald Trump makes an "important cultural contribution" and his work will help inspire more citizens to vote.
He slammed the President in 2016 freestyle Campaign Speech and in Big Sean's hit No Favours.
While many other fans, sports stars and members of the hip-hop community have praised Eminem's message, it has also been criticised by right-wing USA media.
The White House did not respond to a request for comment on the video, and Mr Trump did not mention it while tweeting on several issues the morning after the awards.
The latest freestyle, which Eminem revealed on Twitter is called "The Storm", comes as anticipation for Eminem's eighth studio release builds.
T-Pain appeared to voice concern that Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, had made himself a target by voicing his anger.
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In a auto park in Detroit, surrounded by his squad, Eminem calls out Donald Trump on a number of issues.
"What Eminem is doing is just being true to his art, which is to inspire and motivate, so I'm grateful to him for that", Ellison said.
Eminem also derided Trump as "a kamikaze who will probably cause a nuclear holocaust". Eminem said that Trump "came to stomp" and called him a "racist 94-year-old grandpa".
Here, Eminem is referencing the escalating tension between the U.S. and North Korea, over the latter's nuclear activities.
Here's the full verse: "That's why he wants us to disband cause he can not withstand the fact we're not afraid of Trump".