T.I. sits down with the L.A. Leakers Justin Credible, DJ sourMILK, and Fuzz Fantab. TIP talks about new album Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head, his reality show Family Hustle, and he shares who he thinks are some the best rappers in the game.
Skylar Grey bares a little more skin than usual (to mock the sexed up society we live in) in this comedic music clip for “C’mon Let Me Ride,” featuring Eminem. Watch, because.
A colorful trailer park in Michigan provides the setting for Skylar Grey‘s new video, “C’mon Let Me Ride.” Eminem and a few of the trailer park residents make their appearances in this behind-the-scenes clip. Full video drops next week, December 11th. Check out some behind-the-scenes flicks here.
To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Eminem’s 8 Mile movie he graced the cover of VIBE magazine.
How were the battle scenes written?
Eminem: I think Curtis had a lot of the guys write their own things, and then I would see what they were going to say. I might sit there with some of the guys and be like, “What if you changed this?” The hardest thing for me was trying to figure out what that last [rhyme] was going to be. As I was going back and forth with the other guys about what they were going to say—“Okay, if you’re going to say that, then I’ll write this”—the last one was [challenging] because I didn’t have anything to respond off of. So I had to write it myself, off what somebody could say to me.
Mackie: I’ve gotta give it to Curtis, because he challenged us. It wasn’t just, “Okay, bring us what you’ve got.” He kept you on edge, like, is this enough? Am I giving enough?
Eminem: That’s the other thing, too, with the battle scenes. I remember him saying, “This shit has gotta be flawless. [Then] Curtis would say, “Is this good enough?” I went back and rewrote a couple of lines. Curtis definitely, definitely pushed us.
After their 2010 Recovery-collaboration, Pink and Eminem get back together – this time on her upcoming album – The Truth About Love out September 18th. Listen to the Pinkinem track “Here Comes The Weekend” below.
In part 3 of the L.A. Leakers’ sit down with Machine Gun Kelly, MGK touches on his “lace Up movement, Eminem as a dream feature and the three albums he’d have if he were stuck on a sunny island. Kelly also reveals that his name is nowhere to be found on the album cover, “my album cover doesn’t even have my name on it because it’s not about me. It just has ‘Lace Up’ on it. It has ‘Lace Up’ and it has a mosaic of all the kids’ ‘Lace Up’ tattoos.” Lace Up drops October 9th.
As the days inch closer to the release date of Slaughterhouse‘s album welcome to: OUR HOUSE, one of the most anticipate tracks, “Throw That” featuring Eminem, is
released leaked. Produced by T-Minus.
Kelly Clarkson earns her street cred after
rapping singing a cover of fellow Detroit native Eminem‘s “Lose Yourself” during her show in Detroit last Friday. I don’t think I even know all the words. Kudos Kelly.
Mr. Slim Shady surprised the G-Shock crowd at the brand’s 30th anniversary event last night at the Big Apple. After Slaughterhouse hit the stage, Em ran through his large catalog performing with live band and electric energy. Watch some clips above and after the jump from the show, courtesy of missinfo and Illhype.