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The "No Fly Zone" enforcer isn't turning down anytime soon.
The temperature's rising.
The NY-based label toasts to a decade of quality Hip-Hop.
Dig into the Detroit MC's latest single with Nickel Nine and new project 'Rydah Music.'
Reflecting on Detroit Pistons history and the late Blade Icewood's hoops-heavy dedication to getting money.
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>.
Casual listeners might wonder where all the Great Lake State references are in Jon Connor's new single, "Michigan $h*t.
Whether casual fans realize or not, Detroit hip-hop has always had issues getting along.
Anyone who knows me well will tell you how strongly my feelings are for The Gap Band's eternal baby-maker, "Yearning For Your Love.
Between Bad Meets Evil and Slaughterhouse, the last two years have probably been some the busiest of Royce Da 5' 9's career.
After a lengthy layoff since dropping Wayne Fontes Music in 2010, MarvWon returns from the depths of The D to deliver his latest solo release, Heavy Is The Head.
Grown men in pig masks freak me out.
Some of Slaughterhouse's finest moments have come when they rhyme over other rappers' beats and "Truth or Truth" is the latest on the list.
Just in duration, "See Dead People" is clearly a mixtape track, which probably suits Slaughterhouse best.
Until their Shady Records debut actually drops (and, in all likelihood, even then), a Slaughterhouse release will fall miles away from the mainstream's attention.
Rap's full of obnoxious boasts and rants of wanting life's finer things.
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When DJ Premier and Nasty Nas are included in the program, the show typically sells out.
I still vividly remember when Slaughterhouse came on to Green Lantern's radio show and for 20 minutes proceeded to completely annihilate Hov's "D.