Horseshoe Gang laces fans with a new eerie banger titled “Silent Killa.” The song is set to be featured on the group’s upcoming Mixtape Monthly Vol. 1 project which will be available to the masses on November 21. Take a listen as the Long Beach native’s show no mercy and murder the competition with their lyrical dominance.
Long Beach’s premiere lyricist, Crooked I, is back with part two of his “Shady Dynasty” series. Switching things up from part one, the new track finds the Slaughterhouse emcee showing off his advanced bars and crafty wordplay over a slowed down version of JAY Z’s “The Dynasty Intro” instrumental. It’s no mercy for the competition as Crooked makes it clear he’s taking no prisoners, has no plans of slowing up and boastfully embraces his dominance in the game.
Crooked I is back with a new song which finds the Long Beach native delivering a lyrical tirade over the instrumental to Hov’s “The Dynasty Intro.” The Slaughterhouse rapper decides to do things his way and serves up “The Shady Dynasty Freestyle” which finds the West Coast emcee spittin’ some introspective rhymes and demanding respect as he proclaims everything under the Shady umbrellas as untouchable. Take a listen to Crooked go in straight for close to three minutes.
With the release of their new album, Top Ramen, the Horseshoe Gang keeps their momentum going and releases a new visual to accompany the release with “Thuggin’ Like It’s Nothin.” Keeping it raw and authentic, the group takes to the streets of Long Beach, Calif. and shoots a new hood inspired visual for their fans. Take a look as the rappers grab a couch and post up together out on the block as they perform to the camera and demonstrate individual skills behind the microphone.
C.O.B.’s Horseshoe G.A.N.G. showcases their new single “Take It Off” which is featured on the groups new album Top Ramen. Singer and label mate, K-Young, takes over the first half of the slow jam as he serenades his love interest and keeps it straight explicit as he shares his intimate fantasies. Take a listen as Crooked I and Horseshoe G.A.N.G. back up Young over the smooth instrumental with their respective verses.
C.O.B. Radio host Crooked I tackles Kendrick Lamar’s controversial “Control” verse. After not making the cut onto Big Sean’s upcoming Hall Of Fame LP, the G.O.O.D. Music artist decided to leak the track which features Lamar and Jay Electronica. After aiming his cross hairs at his peers and proclaiming himself the “King of New York,” the world of Hip Hop has been turned upside down and the Slaughterhouse MC decides to weigh in on the situation.
Crooked I points out that not one rapper who was named directly by Lamar has even responded and explains how the TDE rapper’s verse has ignited an appreciation for lyricism in Hip Hop once again. As the first rapper to respond to Kendrick, Crooked talks fellow Slaughterhouse member Joell Ortiz’s lyrical comeback and dispels any rumors that the West Coast doesn’t boast some of the fine lyricists in the rap game. The Long Beach native also says Tupac was the last true “King of the West” and announces he would like to see Slaughterhouse and TDE combine forces for a powerhouse collaboration.
Crooked I turns the party up with his new music video for “No Sleep Gang” which is featured on his recently released Apex Predator LP. Produced by Cardo, the upbeat track comes equipped with heavy bass and pays tribute to hustlers everywhere who put in the work to keep their cash flow up.