Our very own YN premiered this record earlier on EVR, but here is the CDQ version of Statik and Term’s new cut featuring Gangsta Gibbs and Crooked I. 2012 arrives May 22.
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At most of Slaughterhouse’s shows, Crooked I is known to spit a dope freestyle. And last night at the Best Buy Theater was no exception as he went on for nearly five minutes. That martial/Marshall artist line was kinda slick. Ha! th
[vodpod id=Video.16227924&w=540&h=350&fv=] During Slaughterhouse’s set at S.O.B.s 30th anniversary show last night, Crooked I stepped up to the plate and gave the Belmont audience a few of his bars. Listen up. 2db
After Dallas the previous night, Shady’s furious four brought the noise to The Warehouse last night. Above, they run through “The Illest” and “Onslaught 2”. Catch the “BET Cypher” and Crook’s freestyle below. iamqueenbobbi
Shady’s Records’ funky four rolled out their tour at Trees nightclub in Texas last night and they performed their most recent cut above. Please don’t hurt ’em before Austin now. tom braudy
Psalms 82:6 reads, “I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High”. And today, Crooked I announced via Twitter that it will be scripted as the title of his next mixtape too. Amen. Bout to get in the booth again. 3rd song. #Psalm82v6. The SlaughterHouse joint on my mixtape >. The mixtape is called Psalm 82:6 for those askin. After this mixtape you’ll know me. The good the bad the ugly.I’m droppin March […]
No need to ask who’s house. Shady 2.0 is still working. It’s so cold in the D. heads up: splash Sidebar: Mood Muzik Box Set
“Walkin’ with my Gandhi gun, I’m so at peace wit it” Last night, Crooked I decided to record a new freestyle exclusively for the folks over at Power 106’s LA Leakers. Lucky for us, here is the final product.
Still on his freestyling spree, Crooked I keeps the Crime Of Bosses dynasty alive by cracking his mic over Drake and Weezy’s collabo.
Still ain’t nothing sweet over here but just more free music from Crooked I. And today, he tries his hand over Common’s controversial record. Sweet baby Jesus, he went in!