Nolan the Ninja and Royce 5’9″ go bananas on “Calisthenics” and give you a lifetime worth of bars in 3:13.
Everybody wants to know where Slaughterhouse’s Glass House album is at. The rumors are that it’s been finished for quite some time but, for one reason or another, has been locked away in purgatory. During an appearance on Erin Ashley Simon and Brandon Hall‘s Grass Routes Podcast, Nickel talked about his past struggles with the bottle, being a better father and a husband and the elusive Slaughterhouse album.
‘Everybody’s just passionate about it,” Royce says. “Sometimes, you may have one member that wants to do it sooner than another member, and that causes a little bit of an issue. But that’s just passion. Passion for the creativity, and that’s a great thing…It’s a work in progress, and it will happen, it’s just about when.”
DJ Green Lantern is still bringing quality rap music to the forefront of the genre. His latest single “ILL” is just that. Shot in the streets of Detroit, Green Lantern grabs two incredible emcees, Conway the Machine and Royce Da 5’9″ for a gutter new single.
Kid Vishis gets his older brother to add some firepower to the head rocker “Go Off.” And, yes, the Detroit brothers do exactly that.