Consequence expresses his desire to grow up in a neighborhood where he doesn’t have to worry about being profiled and can raise his kids down the street from Megan Good. Over a sample that feels fitting for an episode of The Cosby Show, Royce Da 5’9″ joins in on the discussion.
Royce’s jackin for beats tour continues as he completely abuses Big Sean’s “Moves” and Dave East, Don Q and G Herbo’s “No Hook.” Is anybody touching Royce right about now?
The assault on beats that Royce Da 5’9″ has been on is nothing short of legendary. Once again, the Detroit emcee is out here trying to catch a body and teach all of you emcees a lesson. With a stranglehold on Migos’ “Bad & Boujee” and French Montana and Kodak Black’s “Lockjaw,” you will be in awe of the torment that Nickel delivers to these instrumentals.
It appears that Royce Da 5’9″ is all over this jacking for beats thing as he hijacks DJ Khaled’s “I Got The Keys” for his latest freestyle.
Royce Da 5’9″ gets his hands on the “Wait A Minute” instrumental and proceeds to absolutely obliterate it.
Atlanta’s EarthGang has been busy producing for the likes of Mac Miller and J. Cole, but Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot come correct alongside Royce Da 5’9″ on “The L’s” and cement themselves as someone to watch heading into 2017.
Detroit’s finest connect for the Motor City version of the “Suicide Squad.”
Detroit represents to the fullest as Royce Da 5’9″, Denaun Porter & Marv Won deal with racism and oppression in the animated video for “God Bless.”
Detroit producer Key Wane recruits Royce Da 5’9″ to pounce on the remix of “Carefree Black Man.”
Who would have thought that we would see Royce Da 5’9″ on The Wendy Williams Show? The Detroit emcee slides through and performs “Starter Coat” in front of a bunch of people who probably don’t understand the significance of the Starter Jacket in the 90s.