In a recent episode of 'The Joe Budden Podcast,' the pair discuss KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz's decision to release 'The Rise and Fall of Slaughterhouse.'

These days, the talented quartet are now at odds and a recent IG Live session with Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Royce Da 5'9 went extremely left for reasons we'll explain below.

The interview conducted was as insightful as it was entertaining. From touching on Death Row's legacy to a four-way Verzuz battle between himself and his Slaughterhouse comrades, KXNG Crooked kept everything a buck as you'd expect an OG to.

Since K-Dot's epic "Control" verse, fans have assumed there has been tension between the two world-class rappers.

For over the past two decades, Royce Da 5’9 has positioned himself as one of Hip-Hop’s best lyricists and that tradition continues with the release of his latest album. The Allegory is a 22-track affair that presents the Detroit wordsmith with an opportunity to showcase his musical chops beyond rhyming as he produced the entire […]

Benny The Butcher has emerged as one of the sharpest lyricists in the game today, adding to the potency of his Griselda Records squad with Conway The Machine and Westside Gunn. In a sitdown with Crooked I for the Crook’s Corner show, the Buffalo rap star shared that Jay-Z advised him to turn down the […]

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Flesh-N-Bone, Denzel Curry featuring Slowthai, and more.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kodak Black, Jody Breeze, and more.

Back in Chicago Lil Durk is doing what he can to keep King Von’s legacy alive and for his visuals to “Jump” he features the dearly departed King along with Booka600 and Memo600 in what seems to be one of the last times Von got in front of a camera. R.I.P., homie.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Rich Dunk featuring DaBaby, Fenix Flexin, and more.

A leaked snippet played by a member of the AfterMath's production team featured bars from the legendary Compton producer that were aimed at his ex-wife and references his recent hospital stay.

The Chicago native was absent from a track featuring her Ghetto Sage bandmates in Saba and Smino on a song from the Judas & The Black Messiah soundtrack.