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’.
Yesterday Consequence appeared on MTV RapFix to address the rumors surrounding his departure from G.O.O.D. Music. The interview was streaming live on mtv.com and there’s no recording of the whole conversation (not yet, anyway), just the small excerpt which you can watch in the video above.
We have more information about it through Miss Info & MTV who bring some parts of the convo plus Q-Tip’s comments he gave after the interview aired.
Read more about it here & here.
UPDATE: Watch another short segment of the interview after the jump.
After weeks of anticipation, the Revivalist is pleased to announce the full release of The Beast’s Guru Legacy EP, brought to you by Pierce Freelon, Eric Hirsh, Peter Kimosh, and Stephen Coffman along with a slew of special guests. The Guru Legacy EP consists of several jazz arrangements from the Jazzmatazz catalogue, as well as sample-based remixes of those arrangements, by various hip-hop producers.
5 tracks plus a bonus track that is actually a 13-minute interview with Questlove. Stream below.
Filmed and Directed by Pritt Kalsi. Here is the full film KOTB NYC 2010 featuring Casanova Rud, Minnesota Money Boss, Psycho Les and TR Love from the Ultramagnetic M.C’s.
This is a film about cultural preservation. Digging Culture, Vinyl culture, Hip Hop culture. In this film some of Hip Hop greatest producers take on the challenge of digging in the crates with a budget of only $40 to find drums and grooves to sample to produce a beat.
this film gives you an insight in to the minds of how a hip hop producer works. what sounds inspire them. this is their passion.
As a film maker Pritt makes no money from his films. All he asks is that support his work by visiting the site and purchasing a record or t-shirt. this is so that Pritt can continue to make these films.
The first single from this film is by Beatnuts Producer Psycho Les, only 300 pressed. support good hip hop. support a culture and movement. thankyou and enjoy.