With araabMUZIK providing the soundtrack, here’s Slaughterhouse’s new track. Lyrically, the group come correct. But it’s the chorus that’s really on point. Welcome to Our House May 15th. flex UPDATE: Dance with the explicit version below.
During the All-Star weekend in Orlando, N.O. and Busta began the production of the video for their posse cut. No Chuck or Waka yet, but 57thAve
“Got the best lines, so I guess I’m slangin’ Southern caine” DJ Drama is up in this bitch with three of Atlanta’s finest and its rising star for his new street record. Damn, Luda went in. Produced by Kane Beatz
Imagine Jackass with a little swag. And after a few previews last week, Adult Swim gives us the trailer for Odd Future’s comedy sketch, Loiter Squad. March 25, jokes on you muthafuckas.
Trouble, Trouble’s back in the saddle gearing up to release his new mixtape, 431 Days. The number signifies the amount of days he’s been out of the can. Tape will be out March 27th but for now, feast your eyes on the cover here. Sidebar: Maurice Garland Interviews Alley Boy
Backflashes, me and you playing with matches. Ty Kidd Previously: Nightmare On Your Street
DJ Young Guru’s back from his birthday celebration this past weekend and had to get some things off his chest. Firing up his web cam, Guru responded to the alumniroundup article on The Throne’s “Niggas In Paris” vs. Mos Def’s “Niggas In Poorest”. As always, Mr. Keaton makes excellent points.