To celebrate the six year anniversary of Success is Certain, Royce 5’9″ released the S1 produced “Barely Human” featuring the independent monster himself, Tech N9ne.
Royce 5’9″ is the next participant on BET’s “Rate the Bars” and the Detroit emcee grades lyrics from the likes of Proof, Benzino, Eminem, Ugly God, XXXtentacion, Joe Budden and more. Find out who got a 5 out of 5 and who ended up with a 0.
Novel and Antman Wonder join forces as Summer of ’96 and connect with Royce 5’9″ the jazzy “Not A Rich Man” off the duos forthcoming album Splendid Things Gone Awry dropping on Friday.
Royce 5’9″ has committed himself to the art of making a barrage of bangers after building a studio in his house. We’ve heard him go off on a number of instrumentals and now he’s gearing up for the release of “Bar Exam 4,” which drops today! Listen to “C. Delores” now as we await the release of the project.
It’s the return of the four headed monster. Royce 5’9″, Joell Ortiz, KXNG Crooked and Joe Budden are back with a new banger off of Royce’s upcoming “Bar Exam 4” mixtape. When’s the album coming? Hell, we don’t know. Just enjoy some new heat.
D12’s Kuniva is joined by fellow Detroit rhymeslingers Royce 5’9″ and Kid Vishis for “Keep Calm.” Detroit what!?!
Goodness gracious. Royce 5’9″ and Conway go off on this wicked joint from Lantern’s “The Machine” mixtape. Royce absolutely murders his verse and Conway goes blow for blow on his end. Nothing but rewind worthy punchlines here.
For those who have been standing by and waiting patiently for news regarding the sequel to the second installment of PRHYME, Royce 5’9″ has shared a video of DJ Premier on the turntables concocting something that sounds like it will be epic once it is completed. With Royce using the hashtag #PRHYME2, we can only imagine that we are drawing closer to the release of the project.
Faulkner connects with 1/4 of Slaughterhouse to drop “Keep Your Enemies Closer.”
“Keep your enemies closer was inspired from my time on the street and reading Robert Greene’s 48 laws of power. Greene is the Clausewitz of our century,” FAULKNER told Complex, who premiered the song last week. “Royce Da 5’9” brings that Detroit aggression and flow, nobody can touch him past or present. We are honored that he saw something in us and wanted to co-write ‘Keep Your Enemies Closer.’”
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.