Royce Da 5’9
In a recent episode of 'The Joe Budden Podcast,' the pair discuss KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz's decision to release 'The Rise and Fall of Slaughterhouse.'
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.
After hurling diss records at one another, Fiasco says that the podcast is over and done with and he doesn't intend to pick up the slack elsewhere.
The (former?) podcast partners and longtime colleagues have fired off diss tracks at each other and fans online are debating the finer points of both.
The Detroit wordsmith once again took aim at Vlad, this after an interview with Juvenile went left after the mention of Young Buck.
Benzino is still salty at some folks almost 20 years later after the fact. One individual is hitting him where it hurts.
Benzino, also a co-founder of the famed Hip-Hop outlet, has been trying to bait the Detroit MC, producer and podcaster into some static as well.
Absolutely no one in their right mind thinks Lil Pump is in the same league as Eminem. Nevertheless, the Trump-supporting rapper dissed Slim Shady, and was promptly read for filth by the rapper's fellow Detroit native and buddy Royce Da 5'9.
What was once an unspoken tension between Detroit heavy hitters seems to be patched up. Tee Grizzley says everything is on the cool with some of his peers.
For over the past two decades, Royce Da 5’9 has positioned himself as one of Hip-Hop’s best lyricists and that tradition continues with the release of his latest album. The Allegory is a 22-track affair that presents the Detroit wordsmith with an opportunity to showcase his musical chops beyond rhyming as he produced the entire […]