Slaine – Bobby Be Real (ft. Tech N9ne & Madchild) (Video)

Slaine’s new album, The King Of Everything Else, dropped today and I have to tell you that it’s the best music he’s put out in a while.  I really enjoyed listening to each cut and the album as a whole.  Bobby Be Real is an excellent joint to feature from the album that is brought to life in this video.  TechN9ne and Madchild are invited on the cut to narrate part of Slaine’s nightmare.   This is one of the better video productions I have seen in 2014.  I strongly suggest that you listen to his album.

Single You Out: Rite Hook – It Ain’t Easy (ft. Vinnie Paz and Slaine)


Rite Hook’s album, From The Wrong, drops on Monday.  This is the last single to drop before the arrival of the album, and it’s a doozy.   Lu Balz’ production it really effective.  It’s not so big that it ‘covers’ the emcees but still knocks.  Rite Hook, Vinnie Paz, and Slaine all have had to struggle for what they have and no…that ain’t easy.  Lace your boots up and cop the album when it drops in a couple of days.

Madchild – “Chainsaw” Featuring Slaine – Official Music Video

Madchild and Slaine are on some American Psycho steez with the release of their latest video, Chainsaw.   It even comes equipped with a spoofed ending.  As far s what you can expect musically:  On a lyrical level it approaches lunacy.  On a musical level it’s the kind of production that will stalk your eardrums for a while.  This song comes off of Madchild’s most recent project, Lawn Mower Man.

Swollen Members – Beautiful Death Machine (2013)


Artist: Swollen Members

Album: Beautiful Death Machine

Source: Artist


01. Inception
02. Death to You (ft. Ill Bill, Slaine, & Vinnie Paz)
04. King of Diamonds
05. Juggernaut
06. The Difference
07. River Monster
08. Mercenary
09. Colossal Beasts – (ft. Esoteric, Celph Titled, & Apathy)
10. Almost Famous
11. Death Warrant
12. Fear – (ft. Snak the Ripper)


Swollen Members has teased me for years with single after single for previous albums alluding to that elusive and dark sound that harkens back to their debut effort, Balance. What kept on happening is the singles would all ring true to that “dark” formula, but those previous albums would fall short of the overall sound that I craved. Sometimes it’s not fair to judge an emcee or a group on that original sound as things are supposed to evolve.  But I am only human, and in the case of Beautiful Death Machine,  Madchild, Prevail, and Rob The Viking have come full circle.

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