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  • Re: RIP: Rapper Lil Peep Dead After Apparent Overdose

    I know I feel old when I read the thread title and wonder who the fuck is that

    Sorry for the double Post
  • DJ Paul signs with Yelawolf's label

    Dj Paul is partnering up with the Slumerican team. The Three 6 Mafia co-founder has mentioned releasing his next album on Yelawolf’s imprint before, but today (Aug. 22) it was confirmed by the Slumerican boss.
    “DJ PAUL IS THE MOTHERFUCKING TRUTH!” Yelawolf wrote on Instagram. “Fortunately for the world of music Paul puts out music constantly … Even more fortunate for SLUMERICAN .. DJ Paul will now be putting his next records out with us !!! .. We’re more than honored to have the 6 !!! Let’s get this shit smashing @juicyj !! .. For now click the link in @djpaulkom ‘s bio and grab his new project M.4.L Mafia 4 Life !! .. And get ready for a 3.6 addition to the SLUMERICAN family !! … ⚡️⚡️DJPAUL⚡️⚡️ #SLUMERICAN #FUCKINGETTIIT #SLUMERICANSOUNDS #SLUMERICANMADE #SLUMAFIA.”
    DJ Paul teaming up with Yelawolf’s label is far from the first time these two have worked together. The southern hip-hop representatives teamed up for a collaborative EP titled Black Fall in 2013. That year also saw Yelawolf appear on Da Mafia 6ix’s debut single “Go Hard.” That song was the first release from Da Mafia 6ix, a DJ Paul-led group comprising all of the original members of Three 6 Mafia except Juicy J.
    Yelawolf and DJ Paul’s most recent collaboration was featured on the latter’s new Mafia 4 Life mixtape which last week. Yelawolf and Jon Connor were guests on the tape’s 10th track “Get Away.” You can stream or download DJ Paul’s entire project via this link if you have not done so already.

    Read More: DJ Paul Partners With Yelawolf’s Slumerican Imprint - XXL |
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  • Re: Independence Day 2: Resurgence Teaser

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    Shit gon be active. Why Will ain't in it?

    Suicide squad

    sorry i accidentally double posted.
  • Royce da 5'9 talk about how he regrets turning down dr. dre.


    Royce Da 5’9″ is currently prepping for the release of his new solo album Layers. With the LP scheduled to drop next month, Royce is out on the interview circuit promoting the project. But during a conversation with Complex, the Detroit rapper went through some of his history in the rap game. When asked about his biggest regret, Royce Da 5’9″ revealed that he once turned down a deal with Dr. Dre that included unlimited beats from the legendary producer.

    “I made a decision to sign with Tommy Boy instead of Dr. Dre back in the day,” Royce said. “Sometimes I don’t really regret it because by saying that, I’m basically saying that I regret where I’m at today which couldn’t be further from the truth. But sometimes I wonder what woulda happened had I done that. What kind of music would I have been able to make? Because he was offering me a $250,000 budget and unlimited Dre beats. And Tommy Boy was just offering me a million dollars. And for whatever reason, at 20 years old, the million dollars sounded like a much more valuable deal when in actuality, it wasn’t at all.”

    Outside of the revelation that Royce Da 5’9″ turned down a deal with Dr. Dre for Tommy Boy, the Slaughterhouse member spoke in detail about his sobriety. Royce said that getting sober was the best decision he ever made. He also describes how Eminem, who went through a similar experience, has been an invaluable source of support since Royce first got sober in 2012.

    The new Royce Da 5’9″ album Layers will be released on April 15

    Read More: Royce Da 5'9" Refused to Sign With Dr. Dre - XXL |

    If i can recall weren't dre and em gonna do with him what they did with fifty?
  • Do you think it's wrong for a women to not date a man that still lives with his parents if

    she still lives at her parents house? I heard a lot of girls talk about how they would never dated a man that still lives with his parent because it lame to be over 21 and to live with your parents but i know for a fact some of those girls live with their parents. most of those girls are like these girls
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