A post alleging Em, Daz Dillinger and Warren G would be joining the good doctor and D-O-Double-Gizzle appeared on G’s official website, although it was removed shortly after… (more…)
On April 11, 2006, Detroit lost one of its beloved hip-hop sons, Proof, when he died from gunshot wounds following a shooting in a local night club. In addition to being a founding member of platinum-selling group, D12, Proof was known for his raspy voice and served as longtime close friend Eminem’s hypeman on tour. The character Future from 8 Mile, played by Mekhi Phifer, was based on Proof. Here, Proof’s friend and former label mate, Obie Trice, shares a few funny anecdotes that give a glimpse into the enigmatic character that was Proof. —Adam Fleischer (more…)
In the fourth installment of Slaughterhouse’s latest vlog series, we get a look behind the scenes of their show in NYC including when NYPD (more…)
Detroit’s very own, Obie Trice hung out with us on Sway In The Morning and performed «Richard» ft. Eminem, «Spend a Day with Me», and «Battle Cry» live in our in-studio concert series! He also gave us an insight on his childhood, adjusting to music in 2012 and the reason behind his album cover.
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Last night, Kendrick was one of the big acts at this year’s Paid Dues Festival in San Bernardino, CA. For the first time live, K-Dot performed his new single, «The Recipe» sans The Doc.
Sa Prize, Niggaz! Kendrick Lamar surprised YN by callin’ up the Keep It Thoro show to speak on «The Recipe», Dr. Dre being influenced by his rhyme style, TDE’s deal with Interscope, the rise of ScHoolboy Q, Paid Dues, Coachella and his unique sound. West, West, y’all.
Slaughterhouse’s tour made a stop at the Fonda Theater (formerly known as The Music Box) in Los Angeles (more…)