shot: Canon Eos 60d | Darknyte The Slaughterhouse quartet closed up shop last night at the Brisk Bodega. Here’s film from the beginning of their set and Royce Da’ 5’9″ and Crooked I addressing the crowd. Great night, baby. Photos: Mel D. Cole | Techie | Complex
Been waiting to let this out the cage. See you in in 9 days! Ha! The BRISK Bodega pilot program is set to come to life in New York City on September 17th, 2011, featuring a pop-up bodega experience/gallery, as well as a one-time only Shady Records live exhibit. Hosted at 159 Bleecker Street in Manhattan’s West Village, the venue will be open to the public during the day from 11 AM to 5 PM, showcasing a never-before-seen collection of […]
The Wu-Gambinos ran through OB4CL2 during Rock The Bells on Governor’s Island on Saturday. More clips from JonJohnTV including Slaughterhouse and Black Star after the jump.
Shady’s dream team brought their talents to the left coast and performed at the House of Blues last night in the City of Angels. If you missed the show, ChinyEyedLA was able to record most of the show.
[vodpod id=Video.9607298&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] After Crooked finished his solo performance, he brought out the rest of his crew. Up top, Slaughterhouse recites their track “Sound Off” and after the cut, Royce drops his verse from “Fast Lane” and then various cuts from their debut.
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A brief snippet surfaced a few weeks ago, but today, HHH pulls up with the full version of Luda and Shady’s four horsemen’s collab. Produced by Mr. Porter and Eminem. Off the Fast Five soundtrack, which drops May 3. Movie in theaters April 29. Sidebar: Ludacris Speaks on “Ludaversal”