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These days, the talented quartet are now at odds and a recent IG Live session with Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Royce Da 5'9 went extremely left for reasons we'll explain below.

A leaked snippet played by a member of the AfterMath's production team featured bars from the legendary Compton producer that were aimed at his ex-wife and references his recent hospital stay.


The interview conducted was as insightful as it was entertaining. From touching on Death Row's legacy to a four-way Verzuz battle between himself and his Slaughterhouse comrades, KXNG Crooked kept everything a buck as you'd expect an OG to.

Before we get into this, if you’re not following KXNG Crooked AKA Crooked I on Twitter, you’re missing out on one of the most active accounts on the service full of daily gems. Now that’s out of the way, the big news is that the West Coast wordsmith has announced he’s leaving Slaughterhouse but says […]

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The Wrap Up returns in all its full glory to separate the real reels from the shoddy ones with the The Top 10 Videos Of The Week.

If you were a diehard Slaughterhouse fan cringing at the Joe Budden struggle during this season of Love And Hip-Hop, then you’re being offered a worthy consolation.

As he’s been known to do, French Montana returns with a full fledged posse cut via the “Ain’t Worried About Nothin” remix. Affectionately titled the “Skeemix” by DJ Skee, the track features west coasts MCs The Game, Problem, Dizzy Wright and Crooked I.

Chicago rapper, Paypa, comes through with the third installment of his Henny On The Rocks series, Kim Jong Ill. 

Chi-Town MC and rising star, Paypa is getting ready to drop yet another project this year and this is the first listen from it. 

The angel of death watches over the men of Slaughterhouse in this new video for “Goodbye.” 

Slaughterhouse’s Crooked I clearly felt left out on “The Other Side” cut, which was debuted on the crew’s Welcome To: OUR House deluxe edition.  The Long Beach native spits over the familiar beat before going acapella for close to 2 minutes (1:57 minutes to be exact).