For Bun B’s new album The Epilogue, we see features from Pimp C, Lil Boosie, Raekwon, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Royce da 5’9″, Redman, Kirko Bangz, Devin the Dude, Trae tha Truth, Z-Ro, Big K.R.I.T. and more. After the jump, you can stream the full 14-track project and be sure to support some real R.N.S. heading over to iTunes to cop the album.
After a few months of promotion, Dusty Mcfly’sBuffies & Benihanas 2 has finally arrived. The mixtpae has features from Royce Da 5’9, Boldy James, T.Y, Team Eastside Peezy, and SCB Stro; with production from Young Chop, Key Wane, Yola Gang, The Futuristiks, Yola Gang, Icepic, Vonte Beatz, Tone Masoni, Lil Ron On Da Track, Devin Cruise, and Helluva. After the jump, you can view the full 16-track tracklisting along with download links ready.
In lieu of Jon Connor’s Unconscious State hitting iTunes on June 4th, Connor decided to leak the first record from the release. Featuring Detroit’s own Royce Da 5’9″, the two let you know what they’re about up here in The Mitten. From Flint to Detroit, this is that “Michigan Shit”.
We’ve heard nothing but good things regarding Kid Vishis’ upcoming mixtape Sick Em Vol. 3 and for his first offering from the project, Vishis grabs his older brother, Royce Da 5’9″, to do what these two are known to do to beats. While we wait for more news about the mixtape to be revealed, we see no reason you can’t rock with this for now.
Those who were planning on purchasing Joe Budden’s forthcoming album have to wait no longer to hear the final product. Courtesy of AOL, No Love Lost is now available to stream ahead of tomorrow’s official release. After preparing fans with his A Loose Quarter mixtape back in November, Budden’s third album is finally allowed to see the light of day, with a staggering 17 tracks on the disc. Features arrive from the likes of Lil Wayne, Lloyd Banks, Omarion, Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, French Montana and many more. Make sure you support the project on iTunes.
It’s certain that Havoc played a huge part in some of favorite music from the past decade, but now he returns for the first track taken from his forthcoming solo album. While we’re still unsure about what the future holds for Mobb Deep, the artist links up with Slaughterhouse’s very own Royce Da 5’9″ for “Tell Me To My Face.” The four-minute period of lyrical substance is boosted by versatile production from Havoc, along with a little help from FMG. His third solo album 13 is scheduled for release via Nature Sounds later this year.
Royce had to dust off the mic as he spits his flow to get thing on a good start again. Borrowing “We Major” beat to assist him into his 32 bars. He feels brand new for 2013. Of course he got more music to come. We never count out Royce especially this early in the year. As of whats to come next, that’s another story.
Big Sean drops his highly anticipated new project Detroit with features from J. Cole, Jhené Aiko, Mike Posner, Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, Juicy J and plenty more. Production comes courtesy of Hit-Boy, KeY Wane, Million $ Mano, Lex Luger, Young Chop and more. Check after the jump for the track listing and download link.
Look out for that G.O.O.D. Music Cruel Summer compilation album set for release on September 18th and Big Sean’s sophomore effort coming the top of next year.
In light of the events late last week, Fat Joe adds a very sentimental verse on the Slaugherhouse “Goodbye” record in dedication to the late Chris Lighty. Joel Ortiz also adds a new verse in remembrance to the late Hip-Hop mogul as well.
The highly-anticipated Slaughterhouse Gangsta Grillz debut mixtape entitled “On The House” is finally here which serves as an appetizer for their upcoming album “welcome to: Our House”. This 13-track DJ Drama themed mixtape features guest appearances from Freeway, K-Young, and SLV.
Slaughterhouse gives us a shit load of truths about a bunch of truth for damn near 15 minutes long over Rozay’s No I.D. produced banger “Tears Of Joy.” Some people just got some things to get off their chest. This is off their upcoming Gangsta Grillz project On The House with DJ Drama coming soon. Also the album welcome to: OUR HOUSE will be out on August 28th!
Complex Magazine put out a “Top 30 Rappers In Their 30′s” list, and several rappers weren’t too happy with their ranking. So Its The Real decided to get the opinion of Slaughterhouse (Joe Budden and Royce Da 5’9″ made the cut, but low on the rankings) about the list.
Slaughterhouse drop off a new one from their upcoming Gangsta Grillz On The House project. “See Dead People” has all 4 memebers going strong over Lloyd Banks “1, 2, 3 Grind” beat that AraabMUZIK produced on The Cold Corner 2 project. Nothing but bars as they murder it and give you back the beat back killed for. Look out for that On The House and that welcome to: OUR HOUSE album dropping on August 28th.
Good news for Slaughterhouse fans. Before the welcome to: OUR HOUSE is released, Slaughterhouse has linked up with DJ Drama for a Gangsta Grillz mixtape. Taking it to the lyrical slaughter they’re so known for, they rip Nas’ “Nasty” for the first preview.