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“Merry Go Round” – Review Of Royce Da 5’9″‘s Success Is Certain

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There are very few people in the world better at rapping about being better than everyone else than Royce 5’9".


10.14 The Cooler

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Nicole Mejia Billionaire Walmart Heiress Alice Walton Arrested for Driving Drunk [GOT] Rihanna Responds To Royce's “Hi Rihanna” Cypher Freestyle [TUD] Aaron Rodgers Is The Best At Photobombing [With Leather] Alison Brie Still Adorable [Warming Glow] Sacramento Cops Arrest World's Worst Human Being [Gawker] Rick Rubin [...].


Bad Meets Evil Feat. Bruno Mars – “Lighters” Video

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A sharp contrast to the "Writer's Block" <a href="">disco inferno</a>, Bad Meets Evil's "Lighters" glows to a much more subtle flame.

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Royce Da 5’9″ Feat. Eminem – “Writer’s Block” Video

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It's been a minute since its release, but Royce is still stuck on the same stanza, frustrated with reality.

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Royce Da 5’9″ Feat. Eminem – “Writer’s Block (DJ Premier Remix)”

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The Bad Meets Evil union call upon the living legend himself, DJ Premier to give Success Is Certain's first leak a last hurrah before the album drops.

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Royce Da 5’9″ Feat. Nottz & Adonis – “On The Boulevard”

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Nick Nine continues to promise a victory, this time with <a href="">Nottz Raw</a> in campfire storytelling session that's perfectly scripted for a HBO drama.


Royce Da 5’9″ Feat. Travis Barker – “Legendary”

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Royce calls on the drummer Travis Barker to assist on the intro for Success Is Certain, titled "Legendary.


Royce Da 5’9″ Guarantees “Success” On August 9

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Disappointed in Bad Meets Evil's <a href="">latest endeavor</a>.


“Loud Noises” – Review Of Bad Meets Evil’s Hell: The Sequel

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For all of the bad blood that has poured out of Detroit, the reunion of Eminem and Royce Da 5’9” is a welcoming sign.


Eminem, Royce & A Unicorn Together For “Fast Lane” Video

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Because I don't recall ever seeing a unicorn in a rappity-rap video.

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Royce Da 5’9 – “Second Place” (Prod. By DJ Premier)

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For possibly the first time in his career, <a href="">Royce Da 5'9</a> is noticeably in a good place.

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Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″ Feat. Bruno Mars – “Lighters”

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The deadly Detroit duo delivers another one from their upcoming Hell: The Sequel EP.


The iPod Shuffle – “Move On (Remix)”

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<a href=""> My, how things change. About this time two years ago, the then-recently-formed four-headed monster known as <a href="">Slaughterhouse</a> was going on a rampage, destroying anything they touched.

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Sir Aah Feat. Crooked I & Royce the 5’9″ – “I Wonder If The Lord Knows” Video

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<a href=""> <a href="">Sir Aah's</a> been on my radar for a minute.


Bad Meets Evil – “I’m On Everything”

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<a href=""> And so another leak from the much hyped, immeasurably delayed collaboration hits the e-waves. Finally, it looks like Hell: The Sequel has a definite release and the accompanying momentum. And the crowd goes wild. Right? As much as I thought I’d be first in line waiting to hear Em and Royce’s new music, none of the recent tracks have really moved me. While I’ll openly praise Nickel’s lyricism, he is one-dimensional, his hook game is way over par and he can’t craft an entire song by himself. And as great as Marshall is (or was), most of his post-hiatus music has been pretty average as well. “I’m On Everything” is no different. It starts off pretty lackluster before managing to end on a strong note, but overall isn’t anything worth dropping jaws at. The bottom line is all these songs with “legendary” collaborations seem otherworldly only on paper. In this day and age of music saturation, they’re just one-hitter-quitters, meaning you’ll hear it one time before shifting them into <a href="">the 81% bin</a>.

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Elzhi – elMatic

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<a href=""> While it stands as the greatest Hip-Hop album of all-time to some, Illmatic is a classic to all rap fans who have experienced it. Possessing the proper amount of lyrical structure, production balance and intensity bred deep in the culture's origins, it remains a landmark album few are willing to attempt to recreate. Detroit's very own <a href="">eLZhi</a> stands amongst the few and the proud, but no he's not a Marine.


Eminem And Royce 5’9 – “Fast Lane”

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<a href=""> Long, long ago, in a high school far, far away, a friend of mine let me hear some song titled "Renegade." Only instead of Jay-Z riding shotgun, a fellow by the name of <a href="">Royce Da 5'9</a> was.

Trackstar The DJ

Kid Vishis – Bar4Bar Mixtape (Mixed By Trackstar The DJ)


<a href=""> After previously collaborating with Royce for <a href="">Growth & Patience</a>, Trackstar grabs The 5'9"s brother <a href="">Kid Vishis</a> and assists in the release of Bar4Bar.

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Kid Vishis Feat. Royce Da 5’9″ – “The Execution”

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The D got bars and this much has been evident for over a decade.

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Royce Da 5’9″ Feat. Eminem – “Writer’s Block”

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<a href=""> Royce has hit a wall no 5-Hour Energy can save him from. Thing is, who needs pens when you flow like your tongue is a semi-automatic and the curse words are hollow-point bullets? Death was already guaranteed and since he has to be on this earth for a little while longer, why not cash in on those talents? With Interscope behind him and some guy named Eminem in his corner, the brolic rhymer is kicking his feet up (before using them to stomp you in the chest) with his fifth album, Success Is Certain. If you act now, you can get <a href="">your album autographed by Nickel himself</a>.

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