Eminem attends the premiere of "Southpaw" in New York July 20, 2015. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

Eminem made a number of references to his daughter, Hailie Jade Scott, in his new album, "Revival."

According to E! News, the rapper confessed his regrets in his new offering. He also talked about his relationship with his ex-wife and Hailie's mom, Kim Scott.

In his song "Castle," Eminem looked back and shared how fatherhood changed him. He also seemed to make a reference to his near-fatal overdose on methadone in 2007. "I built this castle / Now we are trapped on the throne," Eminem raps.

"I'm sorry we're alone / I wrote my chapter / You'll turn the page when I'm gone / I hope you'll sing along / This is your song / I just want you to know that I ain't scared / Whatever it takes to raise you, I'm prepare," the song continued. "And if things should worsen / don't take this letter I wrote / As a goodbye note / 'Cause your dad's at the end of his rope / I'm sliding down a slippery slope / Anyways sweetie, I better go / I'm getting sleepy."

In his track "Bad Husband," which features X Ambassadors, Eminem opened up about his relationship with Hailie's mom, Kim, and expressed his regrets over leaving her. The "Lose Yourself" rapper even apologized, saying he is sorry for how their relationship ended.

"You hit me once and that I would use / To continue the pattern of abuse/ Why did I punch back? Girls, your dad is a scumbag / I'm confused. I'll never forget when you came home and you held Hailie," Eminem raps. "We brought out the worst in each other / Someone had to make the sparring end/ Cause I loved you but I hated that me / And I don't wanna see that side again / But I'm sorry, Kim / More than you could ever comprehend / Leaving you was [expletive] harder than / Sawing off a [expletive] body limb."

Kim and Hailie have been referenced in many of Eminem's songs over the years. In 1999, he wrote a song titled "97 Bonnie and Clyde" in which he shared his fantasies of killing his ex. "I lied to Kim and told her I was taking Hailie to Chuck E. Cheese that day," Eminem told Rolling Stone. "But I took her to the studio. When she found out I used our daughter to write a song about killing her, she blew."

Aside from talking about his ex and daughter, Eminem also used his songs to express his thoughts about Donald Trump. In his song "No Favors," he gave a few words against the POTUS. "I'm anti, can't no government handle a commando / Trump's a bitch / I'll make his whole plan go under," he raps.

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