In celebration of King Tech and Sway’s return on the airwaves (Shade 45 to be exact), Crooked I laces “The Wake Up” Show with an exclusive freestyle. Listen below.
Crooked I flips Lil Reese’s “Us” and creates his own “C.O.B Anthem.” Listen below.
I’m over posting SXSW footage but I’m still a fan of acapella freestyles. With that said, here’s Crooked I with an exclusive off-the-top flow captured by Skee TV.
Crooked I shares some truthful insight on being a minority in America in his unreleased track “Minority Report.” The Komplex-produced track was recorded in 2005 and now in 2013, it seems like not much has changed in our society. Listen to the full untagged version below.
Crooked I drops a new freestyle over “The Other Side,” the only track he wasn’t featured on from Slaughterhouse’s Welcome To: Our House. Crooked opens to free by casually mentioning that Slaughterhouse wasn’t nominated for a BET Hip-Hop award. Guess that didn’t go unnoticed. Listen to Crooked I tear up “The Other Side” and complete the task a cappella.
Crooked I unleashes the latest Psalm 82:v6 visual featuring K-Young. Directed by Blind Republic.
This past Saturday, Brooklyn cashed in the concert IOU that Slaughterhouse promised back in August after postponing their show due to rain. During the show, Good*Fella Media captured LBC native and one-fourth of the lyrically slaughtering group Crooked I freestyled a cappella for 7 minutes. Yup, see it for yourself above.
Crooked I‘s “Dancin’ On Your Grave” is the latest and possibly the last leak off the Treacherous Records’ compilation album The Mint Room, available tomorrow.
Slaughterhouse came through LA Leakers studios and kicked a 6 minutes freestyle. Their new album Welcome to Our House drops August 28th through Shady/Interscope Records.
Download: Slaughterhouse – L.A. Leakers Freestyle