Yelawolf

  Listen buddy, we’ve seen all types of cyphers on BET and MTV. Local rappers and freestyles from scrubs. but by far, Shady Records murdered everything moving! Probably the tightest crew in Hip Hop today, do you agree? If you never seen this…. get a piece of paper…. relax and take notes! (That’s a Biggie […]

Country boy, Yelawolf, won’t stray from his southern rooted sound on his upcoming debut, Radioactive. A standout cut from the set is “Throw It Up.” Gangsta Boo, best known for her stint in Three 6 Mafia, adds her own southern flavor. Shady Records label head, Eminem, steals the scene with his verse. You have to […]

CyHi Da Prynce isn’t your average southern MC. Whereas the majority of rappers from the south make party music, CyHi takes a more lyrical approach to crafting songs. Since joining the G.O.O.D. Music stable of artists, his star has been on the rise. I recently got a chance to speak with the Atlanta native. During […]

While everyone is talking about the XXL Freshman class, they are ignoring one of the strongest forces in Hip-Hop, the fictitious group Monkey Gang who’s antics parody negativity in hip hop. According to WorldStarHipHop.com, by far the biggest hip hop website, Monkey Gang is more popular than anybody in XXL’s Freshman Class except for Lil […]

Eminem‘s building quite the impressive roster over at Shady Records.  The label posse cut, “2.0 Boys” shows off the skills of Em, Slaughterhouse & Yelawolf.

Last night while Charlie Sheen was putting on quite a display of crazy on CNN, ?uestlove announced via Twitter the rather eclectic line-up for the 4th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia.  This year the Philadelphia hip-hop heroes will share the stage with The Grammy’s pick for Best New Artist, Esperanza Spalding, Wiz Khalifa, and Mr. […]

Eminem has signed Slaughterhouse and Alabama rapper Yelawolf to his Shady Records enterprise.

If you missed the 2010 BET Hip Hop Awards Ciphers, check them out here!

The 2010 BET Hip Hop Awards aira at 8pm on Tuesday, September 12th on BET but we've got black carpet footage! Check it out.

This cut from Big Boi’s Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty is about as close as we’re going to get to an Outkast reunion on his album.