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A brilliant collaboration has seen Brown Bag AllStars member J57 jump on a remix of Joell Ortiz’s “Feels So Good” which features on the Feels So Good E.P. Available for $4.00 through Deep Concepts Media’s bandcamp page (link above) J57 joins the likes of Joe Milly, Mat Patterson and Koncept who also feature on the E.P. You can view the official artwork for Joell Ortiz’s “Feels So Good” E.P above, however you can also listen to Joell Ortiz – Feels So Good (J57 Remix) on the player below.
Download Slaughterhouse – Hammer Dance | http://bit.ly/ysxSGB
We’ve recently heard “Monsters in my Head”, and now we have a second leak from Slaughterhouse titled “Hammer Dance”. Excitement continues to rise ahead of Slaughterhouse’s forthcoming album “Welcome to OUR House” which will be available May 15th 2012, and Royce Da 5’9, Joe Budden, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz once again remind fans why there is a reason to be excited. Slaugherhouse have taken the riff from Korn’s “Falling Away From Me” and re-worked into another must-have for all Hip Hop fans. You can view the official artwork, and download Slaughterhouse – Hammer Dance here.
Download Joe Budden – Climax Remix | http://bit.ly/zEYQSd
As Slaughterhouse continue to be the most talked about Hip-Hop movement leading up to their album this year, Joe Budden has leaked a brand new track titled “Climax Remix”. Joe Budden (1/4th of Slaughterhouse) has already jumped on the “Stay Scheming Remix” with Joell Ortiz this year, and everything he touches is spreading around the blogosphere very quickly. More news on the new Slaughterhouse: Our House album will be available in the forthcoming weeks, however you can download Joe Budden – Climax Remix on the download link above.
The news has arrived which the Hip-Hop world has been waiting for. Slaughterhouse (Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9, Joell Ortiz and Crooked I) have announced their debut album on Shady Records will be titled “Welcome to: Our House” and be available to fans on May 15th 2012. Slaughterhouse will support the album release with a 43-day tour across America. We are expecting European and U.K dates to follow afterwards. We do not have the official artwork for the album yet (watch this space) and no track listing or guest production has been confirmed. You can watch the Joell Ortiz interview with Hip-Hop Kings below which was recorded last year speaking of the Slaughterhouse album, and you can also view th 43-City American tour dates too.
March 8, 2012—Trees/Southside Dallas, TX
March 9, 2012—Warehouse/House of Blues Houston, TX
March 10, 2012—Beauty Ballroom Austin, TX
March 11, 2012 – White Rabbit San Antonio, TX
March 16, 2012—House of Blues Myrtle Beach, SC
March 17, 2012—Beachem Theater Orlando, FL
March 18, 2012—Revolution Miami, FL
March 22, 2012—Masquerade Atlanta, GA
March 23, 2012—The Cannery Nashville, TN
March 24, 2012—The Fillmore Charlotte, NC
March 25, 2012—SoundStage Baltimore, MD
March 26, 2012—Wilbur Theatre Boston, MA
March 27, 2012—Trocadero Theatre Philadelphia, PA
March 28, 2012—9:30 Club Washington D.C.
March 29, 2012—Best Buy Theater New York, NY
March 31, 2012—Lava Lounge (West KY Univ) Bowling Green, KY
April 1, 2012—Metro Chicago, IL
April 2, 2012—Royal Oak Music Theatre Detroit, MI
April 5, 2012—The Clubhouse Tempe, AZ
April 6, 2012—Music Box Los Angeles, CA
April 7, 2012—The Regency Ballroom San Francisco, CA
April 8, 2012—Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas, NV
April 9, 2012—The Galaxy Santa Ana, CA
April 10, 2012—Porters Pub/4th and B San Diego, CA
April 11, 2012—Velvet Jones Santa Barbara, CA
April 14, 2012—Showbox at the Market Seattle, WA
April 16, 2012—Harry O’s Salt Lake City, UT
April 17, 2012 – Sunshine Theatre Albuquerque, NM
April 18, 2012—Cervantes/Bluebird Denver, CO
April 19, 2012—Fox Theatre Boulder, CO
April 20, 2012— TBD
April 21, 2012—Granada Lawrence, KS
April 22, 2012—Epic Minneapolis, MN
April 24, 2012—Rave Milwaukee, WI
April 25, 2012—Kalamazoo Theatre Kalamazoo, WI
April 26, 2012—The Vogue Indianapolis, IN
April 27, 2012— TBD
April 28, 2012—House of Blues/Grogshop Cleveland, OH
April 29, 2012—Omni Toledo, OH
April 30, 2012—Headliners Louisville, KY
May 1, 2012—Toad’s Place New Haven, CT
May 2, 2012—Lupos Providence, RI
May 3, 2012—Wilbur Theater Boston, MA
Category: Upcoming Releases
I’m a little late in sharing this one, however very recently Slaughterhouse joined Funk Flex on his Hot 97 show for a brand new freestyle. The duo that make Slaughterhouse (Joe Budden, Crooked I, Joell Ortiz and Royce Da 5’9) show exactly why they are still the most talked about Hip-Hop supergroup. Slaughterhouse have conducted a number of interviews and made live appearances throughout 2011 in preperation of their debut album on Shady Records which will be available to fans in 2012. Joell Ortiz from the group confirmed in an exclusive interview with Hip-Hop Kings that Eminem will feature on the new album. You can listen to Slaughterhouse – Funk Flex Freestyle on the hulkshare player below.
As the world continues to closely follow the four members of Slaughterhouse and their individual AND group movements, Joell Ortiz and Joe Budden have teamed up for the “My God Freestyle”. The track was leaked onto the Internet to keep fans fed ahead of the forthcoming Slaughterhouse album. Royce Da 5’9 and Crooked I will be releasing albums this year, however Joe Budden is still signed to E1 (Slaughterhouse’s former label) with one album to be released prior to his release. You can listen to Joe Budden and Joell Ortiz – My God Freestyle on the audio player below.
Hip-Hop Kings Interview with Termanology – http://bit.ly/hdSR0b
To celebrate the release of Termanology‘s “Cameo King II” here is a track from the project which features Joell Ortiz, Bun B, Saigon and Freeway called “Say It Remix”. Termanology has once again proved he is a major player in the Hip-Hop world by collaborating with some of the most lyrically recognised artists in the genre, and in most cases either outshining or matching them on tracks. You can listen to the Hip-Hop Kings interview with Termanology on the link above, however you can also listen to Termanology ft Joell Ortiz, Bun B, Saigon and Freeway – Say it Remix on the audio player below.
During a recent trip to Manchester I met and interviewed Joell Ortiz during his live performance at the Ruby Lounge on March 9th. I caught up with Joell Ortiz and asked him about the best parts of being with Shady Records than E1 (more money of course) and the plan of releasing the Slaughterhouse album which will hopefully be available later in 2011. I then ask Joell Ortiz about his plans for the rest of the year, and of course what he thought of the U.K Hip-Hop artists (he’s collaborating with Mic Righteous) and the Manchester crowd. You can watch the Joell Ortiz interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the video player below.