Watching now…but so far Clips got this!
Someone sign this dude yet?
Damn this kid can rap!
Thirty-minutes of pure rap bliss from three of sessions held in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and New York. The Rap Monument features white-hot beats coproduced by Hudson Mohawke, Nick Hook and S-Type. This epic beat was then rapped over by the likes of Push T, Action Bronson, Young Thug, Danny Brown, Raekwon, Prodigy and many more. Sit back and enjoy.
Continue reading for the full list of rappers involved
In my opinion…Crooked bodied it…Joey is stressed and had no interest in doing this…Yela was cool, but nothing exciting for me…Joell seemed bored,and bored me…Royce caught a few bodies, but I wasn’t overly impressed…Em went off like only Em can,crazy!
continue reading for Slaughter House and Yela!
I say Suge got this one!
this should be a good one! Watching as I post!
In the final episode of Road to Total Slaughter, alliances are tested when West Coast brethren Daylyt and Dizaster go head-to-head. But first, Big-T takes on T-Rex. The winners of these two battles secure their spot on the undercard of Total Slaughter.
Total Slaughter headliners have come a long way to get here. Bright Lights is an inside look at the preparations and mental states of Joe Budden, Hollow da Don, Murda Mook, and Loaded Lux as they all grind towards their ultimate showdown on July 12.
With just eight hours to prepare, the contestants learn who their first round opponent will be. Everyone heads to Slaughter Studios in Brooklyn for the first round of the tournament to earn a spot on the undercard of the Total Slaughter main event on July 12th. In this episode, Aye Verb goes up against Big T, and wildcard entry T Rex battles Detroit’s own Marv Won.
With just eight hours to prepare, the contestants learn who their first round opponent will be. Everyone heads to Slaughter Studios in Brooklyn for the first round of the tournament to earn a spot on the undercard of the Total Slaughter main event on July 12th. In this episode Daylyt battles Aronsal, and Dizaster goes up against Math Hoffa.
lol…they def freestylin…Harlem!
I gotta give this one to DNA!
Here is HHS1987’s exclusive freestyle with MMG lieutenant and Dreamchasers general, Meek Mill. On the corner of 21st and Berks, Meek Mill spit over ten minutes of never before heard raps for the HHS1987 cameras. With the audio being played from his vehicle, Meek Mill is giving fans that classic Philly rap. Meek Mill shares the camera with Omelly who spits bars for the camera as well. Not for the haters, this is for motivational use only as Dreamchasers’ Takbar would say. Be on the lookout for Meek Mill, Omelly, Coon, & Takbar exclusive HHS1987 interview coming soon. This video was shot by HHS1987’s Rick Dange.
Nice battle here…who you got winning?
I haven’t watched yet, but should be a good one!