Click image to watch Eminem on “Rap City Presents: EM360
As part of BET’s Rap City special tonight, Eminem visited Big Tigger for “EM360.” In their time together, they talked about various topics concerning his life now, as well as ran back through memory lane, as Tigger got Slim’s opinion on his previous albums.
Not only that, he spoke on what Kendrick Lamar means to the game and why he decided to work with him on Marshall Mathers LP 2, as well as life after relapsing. He wasn’t selfish either, he brought Slaughterhouse to the studios for an interview and they helped out in “The Backroom” with freestyles from each member.
If you didn’t catch it on TV when it aired, watch what you missed below.
Without question the cypher segment just might be the most popular part of the BET Hip-Hop Awards for the viewers. This year is no different and has some added interest, due to the couple of shots that Kendrick Lamar may have sent towards Drake. Aside from that excitement, the rest of the cypher lineup is also stacked with artists that include SlaughterHouse, Action Bronson, A$AP Mob and the entire TDE collective.
If you missed any throughout the night we got them all right here!
Click image to watch Just Blaze’s interview with Sway in the Morning
If you remember around the time that “DP3” dropped recently, Just Blaze was on Twitter and briefly spoke on a track that him and Jay-Z made around the time of The Black Album. The song was along the lines of a “Song Cry 2″ (that was tentatively called “Hello, Young Lady’) and in this interview with Sway, he went into more depth about it. The track was actually considered for Magna Carta Holy Grail, but that didn’t last long.
Just also spoke on his relationship with Hov in 2013, and how their conversations don’t surround music at all, but more on a personal level.
To wrap up the interview, he talked about executive producing the upcoming Slaughterhouse album and how he wants to approach their style of making songs (not just out-rapping each other on a 16) as opposed to their last project. Producers on deck include araabMUZIK, Cardiak, !llmind, Justice L.E.A.G.U.E., Alchemist in himself.
Put your dubs up! The West Coast Connoisseur is back with his latest and judging by the artwork, Crooked I is back with an evil vengeance. With the only features coming from K-Young, Tech N9ne, and Tena Jones, alongside production from Street Runner, Tabu, Cardo, Mr. Porter, and Crooked I himself, hip-hop is in for a treat with this one. Check out the tracklist for Apex Predator after the jump and watch the trailer here.
Mark your calendars for July 30th and get those W’s ready to fly out the window!
Joell Ortiz is batting a cool 1.000 this year and U.O.E.N.O. it. But he’s been doing this for years, shame on you for just now catching on if that’s the case… We kid but, really though, pay attention to Joell as he still has a lot of 2013 left for him to takeover as well as his Slaughterhouse brethren. Stay tuned.
Crooked I has been relatively quiet after a monstrous 2013 him and the rest of Slaughterhouse had. But that changed as he stopped by The Wake Up Show with King Tech and Sway and does as the West Coaster does best. Push play up top as he puts the battery in his back and his bars tap dance over the beat.
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.
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.
Hip-Hop super-group, Slaughterhouse stopped by The Breakfast Club to promote their newest album “welcome to: Our House.” In this interview the group discusses the journey they’ve shared together to release their first major album collectively. Also discussed was Joe Budden joining the cast of the upcoming season for Love & Hip Hop as well as people criticizing “Rap vs. Hip-Hop.”
Be on the lookout for visuals to their newest single “Throw It Away” featuring Swizz Beatz to drop soon.
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!
Slaughterhouse is currently out in Japan on tour (with Eminem joining him for a couple shows). Joell Ortiz took it to the camera to preview a new Slaughterhouse track titled “Throw That” featuring Eminem, from their upcoming welcome to: OUR HOUSE album.
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.