The last workout tape from CSNW. Features from Wale, Mobb Deep, Skillz, Nas, Cam’Ron, J. Cole, Fat Joe, Eminem, Lil’ Scrappy, Mos Def, Outkast, Jay-Z, Kanye West & more. Enjoy. The Get Right. Grab Vol 1+2 down below if you missed them.
Ice T is taking a break from his gorgeous wife, and Law And Order: SVU to bring us an inspirational movie titled: “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap.” The film documents various artists and their insight as to how the music game provided better for themselves and the impact they have had on others. Here is a freestyle kicked by slim that is in the film. Enjoy.
Bad Vs. Evil EP out nooowwww.
Seems as if some people are upset by this but WHO ELSE would you throw up there? This man has put everything he had into his music career. I can’t think of anyone better, I guess people will always have something to cry about. The Soundscan proves it, read it and weep.
More than half of Eminem’s 7.5 million in sales were taken by Recovery. Now past four million copies in the U.S. alone, Recovery was the best-selling album, period, of 2010. One-fourth of those albums sold digitally, making it the first album in history to sell more than a million non-physical copies, a mark it crossed just last month. Despite losing the Album of the Year Grammy in an upset to Arcade Fire, Recovery still took home Best Rap Album, Eminem’s fifth win that category. It also doesn’t hurt to have a crossover hit song to fuel album sales, and Recovery had a monster: the Rihanna-supported ballad “Love the Way You Lie,” which topped the Hot 100 for two months last year and probably fueled more soccer-mom album purchases for Shady than at any time in his career.
I’m guessing they linked up after appearing on Entourage last Bummer, but forget Em more shots of Ms. Grey. Recovery is now platinum, clap for Em.
On the day that the Bad Vs. Evil EP drops Royce and Em answer questions from fans live on youtube. Kinda cool.
Official business this morning! Em and Royce’s Bad Vs. Evil LP hits stores next week June 14th.
With an interview with MTV, Em and Royce take some time out to talk about their acknowledgement of Odd Future and the respect they have for them.
Tracklist from arguably the two best lyricists who were enemies at one point. Drops June 14.
1. Welcome 2 Hell (Produced by Havoc)
2. Fastlane (Produced by Supa Dups)
3. The Reunion (Produced by Sid Roams)
4. Above the Law (Produced by Mr. Porter)
5. I’m On Everything Feat. Mike Epps (Produced by Mr. Porter)
6. A Kiss (Produced by Bangladesh)
7. Lighters Feat. Bruno Mars (Produced by Eminem, The SmeeZingtons & Battle Roy)
8. Take from Me (Produced by Mr. Porter)
9. Loud Noises Feat. Slaughterhouse (Produced by Mr. Porter)