Artwork of upcoming album Royalty Check, out May 31st.
In celebration of the launch of their new web site, Media Gasface drops some fresh Buckshot performance footage.
gasface.net is on … and we want to celebrate by inviting ya’ll to A Night In Alphabet City.
Most Live performances sound terrible on the Internet that’s why we put our definition of raw deluxe sound should be.
The place is Alphabet City and the God Mc is Buckshot Shorty
5 souvenirs, 5 days in a row… we on some real live shit!
In about two minutes, you’ll remember why you love Hip Hop more than any other music. Enjoy.
UPDATE: Hit continue reading to watch parts 2, 3,4 & 5 of this perfomance.
Armor of God (out 6/14/11) features 16 tracks produced by Molemen’s own Panik & Memoriza, Jake One, Joe Blow & Bluntologist.
Guest appearances by Crooked I of Slaughter House, Juice, Rhymefest, Nino Bless, Astonish & Mick Luter.
First Preemo and now this? Canibus teams up with unknown rapper named Born Sun for another diss track, in which he fires shots at Joe Budden and Royce Da 5’9.
On the cut, Canibus brands Budden as the weakest link in Slaughterhouse group. “First things first, man, you f***in’ with the worst / You betta bring an ice pack when I see you in person / And I’ma bring an arsenal, ask Joe who the f*** he talkin’ to / He the softest nigga in the group!” he raps.
His lyrical assault continues by digging into Budden’s personal life. “Internet snitcher, like a little ***** / Joey low life, living off rice and goat tripe / He boasts on the mic, then he posts on the site / Then exposed his whole life for the dope, for a price / Don’t rep the culture right / Sold his soul for the hype / Got known overnight for niggas f***in’ his wife / Got bust in the eyesight and still wouldn’t fight!”
At the end of his verse he also goes at Royce Da 5’9”. “You a disgrace to Jersey, you suck on the mic / You and 5’9” are like two moist buttwipes / Walkin’ around all uptight,” he spits.
This should be interesting if Joe and Nickle fire back.
Canibus is currently gearing up for the release of his collaboration LP The Underdogs with Keith Murray, and will later release an album as part of the HRSMN super group featuring Kurupt, Ras Kass and Killah Priest. The group collaborated with Slaughterhouse on a track titled ‘House of Horses’.