Well, you may already know this, but Slaughterhouse is in full swing with their new album. They have hit the studio with Just Blaze, Ill Mindz and now I’m hearing The Justice League is in town to do some work with the crew. Looks like Shady is opening up the budget! As far as rappers… Read more »
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NOTHING EPIC, JUST SOME ILLSEED QUICKIES!
THE END OF THE ROAD FOR SLAUGHTERHOUSE!
After a 6-month hiatus from Slaughterhouse, Royce Tha 5’9″ is ready to get back to work
(AllHipHop News) In the immortal words of the philosopher Cam’ron: it’s going to be a hot summer. Eminem’s longtime manager Paul Rosenberg recently told Billboard that Eminem’s eighth studio album will be release “post-Memorial Day.” He assures fans that the highest selling rapper of all-time is “far into the process” of recording his follow up… Read more »
FUNK FIVE: THE TOP 5 FUNKMASTER FLEX FREESTYLES
Last night (January 22) at Chung King Studios in New York City, Joe Budden previewed his new album, No Love Lost, to a studio packed full of journalists and friends who found themselves surrounded by lasers, edible treats and a haze of hookah smoke. Since the release of his self-titled Def Jam debut in 2003, Joe… Read more »
“When you first come in the game they try to play you”… Jay-Z’s line best describes the feelings of a new artist, and one of the newest additions to the world of Soul, Krissy Krissy. Mentored by Slaughterhouse rapper Joell Ortiz , she is a Brooklyn native, songwriter, artist, and guitarist. Krissy Krissy fights to… Read more »
EXCLUSIVE: JOE BUDDEN SPEAKS – BEEF AND BRAIN
Jay-Z isn’t the only artist repping for President Obama. Slaughterhouse’s Joell Ortiz tweeted along to yesterday’s Presidential Debate, showing full support for our Commander and Chief. And in the process, he took the opportunity to ask his followers to borrow “a couple trillion dollars.” Sidenote: Today’s Eminem’s birthday! Happy Birthday Em!!! Email me your rumors… Read more »
SLAUGHTERHOUSE WAS IN RARE FORM DURING A RECENT INTERVIEW…WATCH.
ALBUM REVIEW: SLAUGHTERHOUSE’S LONG-AWAITED “WELCOME TO: OUR HOUSE”