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The West Coast OG unveils the curtain.
The LBC is well represented on this new posse cut.
Crooked and Snow show no mercy on this crawling new single.
The Slaughterhouse MC delivers a reminder why he's been one of the game's most underrated MCs for decades.
"They ask why I'm rappin' like a killer for hire/ some aggins locked my homie in a trunk and lit it on fire/ You can hear my life's pain in the way that I spit" When <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/crooked-i">Crooked I</a> decides to rap to a revised version of "Against All Odds," the only outcome possible is powerful.
Everyone occasionally feels like "Nobody Cares.
New Era's "Wear Your Allegiance" campaign takes us to the west coast to get a little representation, calling on Crooked I to describe what donning that Dodger blue cap on means to him.
Crooked I adopts the "try before you buy" approach by offering his new album, Apex Predator, for full, free listening today.
Today's winner of the most discomforting single artwork goes to Crooked I.
Can't wait for the third Slaughterhouse album, which is <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/06/just-blaze-new-slaughterhouse-album">completely produced by Just Blaze</a>.
DJ Skee extends the invite and French Montana crosses coasts to put a Westside spin on his "Ain't Worried About Nothin'" with the help of Problem, Crooked I, Dizzy Wright and Game.
Amidst a track packed with rappers whose bars are steel strong, the standout on "Cypher Of Bosses" might actually be the knockout instrumental from Tabu.
There aren't many things this guy right here loves more than new Crooked I solo songs - especially when they're from 2005.
When it comes to making music that everyday, common person can relate to, few do it better than Joe Budden.
With Horseshoe Gang being Crooked I's crew and him raising the bar pretty damn high, you're probably pretty hard on their music.
"Slaughterhouse ain't go platinum, I'm supposed to jump off of a bridge.
Grown men in pig masks freak me out.