The Easy Truth is a collaborative album between Detroit producer Apollo Brown and Brooklynite rapper Skyzoo and is available now on Mello Music Group. “A Couple Dollars” is a laid back ode to getting paid and features fellow Brooklyn born emcee Joell Ortiz. There is no doubt that this album will be one of those timeless hip-hop releases, which seems to be what Mello Music Group is all about lately. Click one of the links below and cop the album.
Crooked I, Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5’9, and Joe Budden link up with Nottz and drop something new from their forthcoming album. The Slaughterhouse head, Royce, murks the ************** sample by the veteran VA producer. I will not be ratting, if you do not know the sample then go do some diggin’. Peace. #SwineFluMaskMusic
D.O., or Defy The Odds as he’s also known, might sound familiar to you. He’s the 2003 Guinness Record holder for longest freestyle, 9 HOURS!! He hails from Toronto, Canada and is also the head of the Northstarr record label. He’s got a new single out produced by Classified and featuring Joell Ortiz and Saukrates called “Capture The Moonlight”. Between this and the Shad joint from earlier, it’s feeling like Canada day up in here. Good music all around.
Slaughterhouse has announced their Glasshouse Tour will start in March and a new album is on the way too. Just Blaze let this little gem drop that he and Cardiak co-produced together. Just Blaze is executive producing the album which will feature production from DJ Premier, Illmind and some other guys.
It is true, Rapper’s are richer than you……
Crooked I enlists the rest of him comrades on this track from his upcoming release, Psalm 86:2. Which is quite fitting considering the fact that the very mention of Slaughterhouse dreams up visions of Monsters in my own head……
DOWNLOAD : CROOKED I – MONSTERS IN MY HEAD [FEAT SLAUGHTERHOUSE]
I’m a sucker for Hip Hop songs that are heart-felt and about real life situations. Just like “Reunion” by Slum Village and “One Life” by The Last Emperor, “Move On” by Slaughterhouse is a song about real life by 4 of the industries hottest emcees. And since I’m a Eminem + Royce Da 5’9 fan, it’s dope to hear Royce put his heart and mind out there like that. I’m excited to see what Shady does with Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf. If you haven’t picked it up, I suggest you run out and grab the new Slaughterhouse E.P., it’s got a real Boom Bap feel to it………
DOWNLOAD : SLAUGHTERHOUSE – MOVE ON (REMIX)