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Slaughterhouse Album Tracklist+Snippets

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August 11th

1. Sound Off 5:51
2. Lyrical Murderers (feat. K. Young) 4:04
3. Microphone 4:42
4. Not Tonight 3:39
5. The One (feat. The New Royales) 3:37
6. In The Mind Of Madness (skit) 1:23
7. Cuckoo 4:30
8. The Phone Call (skit) 0:58
9. Onslaught 2 (feat. Fatman Scoop) 4:27
10. The Phone Call 2 (skit) 0:56
11. Salute (feat. Pharoahe Monch) 4:31
12. Pray (it’s A Shame) 3:53
13. Cut You Loose 4:43
14. Rain Drops (feat. Novel) 5:00
15. Killaz (feat. Melanie Rutherford & C. Brown) 4:09

Snippets @ Amazon.com

August 11th!!!

Previously: Slaughterhouse – Cuckoo


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132 Responses to “Slaughterhouse Album Tracklist+Snippets”

  1. baby jesus Says:

    ZzZzZz

  2. Mr. First Says:

    Why isn’t “Woodstock Hip Hop” on the album? That joint is crazy…

  3. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    We are,
    Yeah I said it we are,
    you can call me Ceasar,
    in a dark ceasar,
    please follow the leader,
    So Eric B we are,
    Microphone fiend, this the return of The God,
    Peace God,

  4. baby jesus Says:

    Mr. First Says:

    ^fail

  5. Sayyyworddd Says:

    Man I hope this joint is cohesive and has nice production that matches the lyrical slugfest.

  6. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    I’m a couple bands down,
    and im tryin get back,
    I gave doug a grip and lost a flip for five stacks,
    me im talking 5 comma 6 zero’s, got zero’s, (?)
    back to running circles round..
    now we squared up, Hold uuuup

  7. baby jesus Says:

    is it czar or ceasar

  8. Slightbias Says:

    @ iceberg

    its dot zeros

    not got zeros

  9. shanetron Says:

    three skits on a fifteen track album? excessive much?

  10. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Slightbias Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 7:54 pm
    @ iceberg

    its dot zeros

    not got zeros
    ^^^

    I thought he was asking, do u got those 0’s as in do u have those mills, my bad, i smoke on the wkds

  11. EZLN Says:

    Pharoahe Monch >>>>

  12. Sayyyworddd Says:

    Niggas should kill them skits! They better be fuckin hilarious!

  13. 123 Says:

    Finally some music worth buying this summer.

  14. Seth Gueko Says:

    Seth Gueko Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 7:49 pm
    yeah but it’s not cuz his wife cheated
    that he lost a war againt his greatest fan

    Seth Gueko Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 7:57 pm
    if hiphop iz singles okay nas has not big rap charted singles
    it’s hiphop is albums tell me if jigga can make an “Untitled” type album ?
    nah…i don’t think so.. jigga is on the repeat mode..same method, same success
    nas has probably the greatest hh catalogue alive
    more an emcee than an entertainer (and i like jiggaman again)
    but for a lyrical/conscious/intelligent rapper Nasir has the greatest career to me. platiniums and gold album. more than 10 milli sold. what else, that’s enough to me, not ?

    i think that u will see Distant Relatives
    a more human best of both worlds album than jigga
    nas is a better artist than jigga. word up

  15. Slightbias Says:

    2 different phone call skits might b a bit much but mind of madness skit seemed funny .. buddens thoughts were “pause” over & over

  16. Mr. First Says:

    nas is a better artist than jigga. word up

    ^^ cosign. don’t let eskay read this, you know he got a Hov man-crush

  17. Pesach Says:

    Monch is on this mother fucker!!??? ARE YOU SERIOUS!!!?>

    I’m officially nuts waiting for this album!

  18. Seth Gueko Says:

    and i like jiggaman for real !
    but it iz what it iz …

    jigga is a better businessman than esco
    and it iz what it iz

    they need a whole album together
    cuz success, i do it 4 hh and black rep
    was dope !!! eskay can cosign this probably

  19. Pesach Says:

    btw, is it just me or do most of the snippets have Royce’s verse? lol

    Someone at amazon lots nickle nine

  20. Seth Gueko Says:

    swith cuckoo
    and put woodstock

  21. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Mr. First Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:02 pm
    nas is a better artist than jigga. word up

    ^^ cosign. don’t let eskay read this, you know he got a Hov man-crush

    ^^^
    What some people fell to understand is that nas was asleep for 3 albums to hova woke him up…nas disappears for years at a time with no music or nothing..jayz has been out for 13 years album after album hit after hit….to be the greates you have to be the shit in the hood AND CROSSOVER,

  22. Seth Gueko Says:

    betta maybe

  23. kallywood Says:

    onslaught 2 sounds like fireee

  24. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Thats what jay did, his music was broad enoug to capture the hood and pop music, for over ten years, you can like nas all you want, but the masses still crown jigga by having soul out concerts and plat. album sells for the last ten years, i know some people dont like to count sales, but thats the only way to judge it fairly, because other than that u r just going by opinion.. nas last deal 7 mill, jayz 150 mil, that shows u that on a greater scale jayz has had more influence on the culture….

  25. Seth Gueko Says:

    YO JIGGA IS CROSSOVER YEA ! MAD DOPE
    BUT HES THE SHIT IN THE HOOD
    I SUPPOSE THAT IS WRONG

  26. Voltron Says:

    MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONCH

  27. Seth Gueko Says:

    JIGGA IS THE BIGGEST SELLER
    CROSSOVER SUCCESSFUL DUDE
    DOPE RAPPER TALEND AND STYLED

    NAS IS THE LYRICAL GENIUS
    THE DUDE THAT U ADMIRE FOR DAT
    EVEN SAMPLED BY THE GREATEST JIGGAMAN

    he pledged his allegiance wit dat ish

  28. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Seth Gueko Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:18 pm
    JIGGA IS THE BIGGEST SELLER
    CROSSOVER SUCCESSFUL DUDE
    DOPE RAPPER TALEND AND STYLED

    NAS IS THE LYRICAL GENIUS
    THE DUDE THAT U ADMIRE FOR DAT
    EVEN SAMPLED BY THE GREATEST JIGGAMAN

    ^^^

    Dont be silly, jay did not sample nas, dj premier sampled nas both times, jigga was the m.c he had nothing to do with the beats,….jay drops a single the whole internet focuses on that, nas gets attention for his albums titles Nigger and hip hop is dead, but as far as music not so much….take a second marrinate on that for a minute

  29. KingPoetic Says:

    # Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 8:10 pm

    Mr. First Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:02 pm
    nas is a better artist than jigga. word up

    ^^ cosign. don’t let eskay read this, you know he got a Hov man-crush

    ^^^
    What some people fell to understand is that nas was asleep for 3 albums
    ^^^

    I mean yeah compared to himself but, in all honesty,

    It was Written > Vol 1

    I bump I Am more than vol 2

    no defense for Nastradamus.

    But even if you disagree with the other 2, it’s @ least a close competition, it’s not like Hov dropped 3 amazing albums compared to Nas’ efforts.

  30. Apollo Says:

    JIGGA IS THE BIGGEST SELLER
    CROSSOVER SUCCESSFUL DUDE
    DOPE RAPPER TALEND AND STYLED

    NAS IS THE LYRICAL GENIUS
    THE DUDE THAT U ADMIRE FOR DAT
    EVEN SAMPLED BY THE GREATEST JIGGAMAN
    ^^^

    lil gueko nigga stop it. You switch it up every day on who’s who between jay n Nas. Stop typing.

  31. KingPoetic Says:

    Obviously if someone asked me about vol 1 I’d be like yeah that’s damn near classic, but I would never be like Aww yeah vol 1 was crazy, It was written was ok

  32. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    KingPoetic Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:22 pm
    # Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 8:10 pm

    Mr. First Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:02 pm
    nas is a better artist than jigga. word up

    ^^ cosign. don’t let eskay read this, you know he got a Hov man-crush

    ^^^
    What some people fell to understand is that nas was asleep for 3 albums
    ^^^

    I mean yeah compared to himself but, in all honesty,

    It was Written > Vol 1

    I bump I Am more than vol 2

    no defense for Nastradamus.

    But even if you disagree with the other 2, it’s @ least a close competition, it’s not like Hov dropped 3 amazing albums compared to Nas’ efforts.

    ^^^

    Once again you are using ur opinion, look at facts those 3 albums where where jayz pulled away from nas, he went from been a club m.c to sold out areans during that time….when nas sells out his own city madison square garden than we can have this convo, untill than nas is a very good m.c, but he is not in legendary status…nas rocks the east coast, but trust me on this nas has not been hot in the south for atleast 7 years, and i dont think he was ever hot on the west coast…these are just facts…but nas is till a damn good m.c

  33. Apollo Says:

    Yo Iceberg what up scrap I read a couple of post back and you thrown the word ”nigga ” around and last I heard you was redneck, 1968 ford pick up, deliverence white. I could be wrong and if so then disregard this, however if you white you need to chill…

  34. ChargerDon Says:

    Did Royce cut these samples? He’s in all but one of them.

  35. AntEscrow Says:

    lol @ Having Monch on this and NOT Canibus..

    Scared much?

  36. DP Says:

    The Onslaught 2 track is murderous

  37. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    KingPoetic Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:24 pm
    Obviously if someone asked me about vol 1 I’d be like yeah that’s damn near classic, but I would never be like Aww yeah vol 1 was crazy, It was written was ok
    ^^^

    Streets are watching and Where im from by itself were better than some niggas whole albums…

  38. Seth Gueko Says:

    THEY HAVE THE SAME CAREER
    first lp classics !
    then great/dope sequel, commercial n critical acclaim
    then a lil critical failure
    ABOUT TRILOGY nas three first albums > jigga’s trilogy
    okay jigga sold more… i talk about music here !!!

    then a great come back (stillmatic and blueprint)
    then a great album too (black album n god’son )
    u can see a ressurection n a classic for each one !

    two good double lp also.. even if jigga still have blockbuster album
    then a lil cirtical failure (kingdome come n HHID)
    and good comeback (Untitled n AG)

    it iz what it iz each time it’s the same, nas artisticly takes more dangers
    He does a more polyvalent ish with the mic !

  39. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Apollo Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:27 pm
    Yo Iceberg what up scrap I read a couple of post back and you thrown the word ”nigga ” around and last I heard you was redneck, 1968 ford pick up, deliverence white. I could be wrong and if so then disregard this, however if you white you need to chill…
    ^^^^

    nigga i been on nahright, b4 u girl had her first period…but u get a pass, im an original og of nahright…and im blacker than obama daddy

  40. Apollo Says:

    lol @ Having Monch on this and NOT Canibus..

    Scared much?
    ^^

    Scared of what? I could see if this was ’98…

    Back then Canibus was KILLING your favorite mc(besides Pun, maybe jay) on the lyrical tip. I bet redman wish he never showed up on beast from the east, and his verse was incredible…

  41. UNORIGINAL Says:

    the album no one is really checking for..where is that new fif

  42. Apollo Says:

    im an original og of nahright…

    ^^

    lmao… i know you an og i aint no newbie son son, somebody probably used you screen name…

    b4 u girl had her first period…
    ^^^
    I thought I said disregard this if im wrong… This is how niggas end up like phuque…

  43. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    UNORIGINAL Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:34 pm
    the album no one is really checking for..where is that new fif
    ^^^^^

    Tony Yayo, no one cares

  44. KingPoetic Says:

    Once again you are using ur opinion, look at facts those 3 albums where where jayz pulled away from nas,
    ^
    Not a fact

    he went from been a club m.c to sold out areans during that time….when nas sells out his own city madison square garden than we can have this convo

    ^^
    Never sold out concerts like that, however It Was Written was a huge crossover success however it’s criticized for being eh based on it’s quality (assessed through opinion) and lyrical dexterity in comparison to Illmatic

    (which , untill than nas is a very good m.c, but he is not in legendary status…nas rocks the east coast, but trust me on this nas has not been hot in the south for atleast 7 years, and i dont think he was ever hot on the west coast…these are just facts…but nas is till a damn good m.c

    ^I don’t think Rakim was ever selling out stadiums anywhere and I’m sure his next album isn’t going to be what’s “Hot in the south” after it drops

    And yes, Where I’m from is better than most peoples albums, so is 4/5ths of It was Written

  45. KingPoetic Says:

    I’m interested in hearing what you define as legendary status because if we assess everyone to Jay-z’s criteria then there’s only going to be one legend in the game

  46. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Its ok, shit, i like nas, he was good at retelling stories he saw looking out of his project windows…..

  47. b-ease Says:

    I’m listening to these snippets, just so I can tell y’all niggas how wack the album is gonna be…

  48. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    KingPoetic Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:42 pm
    I’m interested in hearing what you define as legendary status because if we assess everyone to Jay-z’s criteria then there’s only going to be one legend in the game

    ^^^

    And thats how it should be, not everyone gets in the hall of fame…… nas is very good though, but i do not think he is in jay’s status, only one m.c i believe can see jay and thats Big, thats it no one else but thats my opnion…jigga mastered the street tells, the flossing, the real shit (stories about his dad and this cant be life) the inspiration shit (shit that makes u want to hustle and shine a little bit) he mastered the story telling (meed the parents) and the radio hits.. and he did it for years upun years…

  49. KingPoetic Says:

    Damn I was actually expecting something intelligent, sigh

    Before me you used to rhyme like the fu schnickens
    Nas designed the blueprint who ya kiddin

  50. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    b-ease Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:46 pm
    I’m listening to these snippets, just so I can tell y’all niggas how wack the album is gonna be…

    %^^^^

    i always knew it was going to be wack, u put 2gether 4 guys who couldnt crack it solo and now cause there 2gether its supposed to blow up…gtfoh

  51. Seth Gueko Says:

    people don’t want nas on the successful level, they want some illmatic ish
    people want jigga on this side till he dies, they want hits nothin’ more

    but please since the dynasty
    jigga ain’t as hot as he was
    dude surfs on his success
    but he lost his greatness
    for that time

    DOA was good but if u watch well
    album after album, jigga lost his forces
    no bangers on his last album, no commercial hits
    he lost his forces, blue magic ain’t a hit, etc etc understand
    people still focus hard on him because of his mogulness not for artistic
    even if he’s dope, he has the talent, the wordplay u know it’s jayz BUT see

  52. KingPoetic Says:

    Yeah but the hall of fame isn’t a one person thing either. Jay-z’s obviously done what no one else has, but to dismiss others from legendary status is ridiculous. Jay-z is the biggest thing in rap, but he’s not rap. What criteria does Big match up to that Nas doesn’t, I just don’t see how your assesments make sense on any level. And in all the categories you just named Nas has classics in as well. And as far as story telling, Meet The Parents was ehh, as is felt by most people

  53. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    KingPoetic Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:48 pm
    Damn I was actually expecting something intelligent, sigh

    Before me you used to rhyme like the fu schnickens
    Nas designed the blueprint who ya kiddin
    ^^^^

    smh @ people dissin how hov used to rap, he was just b4 the curb…see bone thugs, see twista see cory gunz….

  54. b-ease Says:

    Niggas is gonna try to pretend its dope for like a week, then heads are just gonna start acting like the album doesnt exist, ie Crime Pays and Padded Room.

    Mark my words.

  55. Seth Gueko Says:

    KingPoetic Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:42 pm
    I’m interested in hearing what you define as legendary status because if we assess everyone to Jay-z’s criteria then there’s only going to be one legend in the game

    SO REAL !

  56. Hoskins Says:

    fuck everyone discussing Jay vs Nas again

  57. KingPoetic Says:

    # Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 8:43 pm

    Its ok, shit, i like nas, he was good at retelling stories he saw looking out of his project windows…..

    ^^^^^

    Almost as bad as bringing up street credibility, he’s a rapper not a super thug (c) rappers

  58. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    KingPoetic Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:52 pm
    Yeah but the hall of fame isn’t a one person thing either. Jay-z’s obviously done what no one else has, but to dismiss others from legendary status is ridiculous

    ^^^

    I said little homie was nice, but i hate when people compare him to hova they are not the same….just look at the attention each one brings when the come out its not the same…little homie nas is very good, but he is not on jays status

  59. KingPoetic Says:

    Microphone should read Eminem feat. Slaughterhouse

    I’ve never seen a song being owned by a different artist before the actual song comes out lol

  60. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    KingPoetic Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 8:56 pm
    # Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 8:43 pm

    Its ok, shit, i like nas, he was good at retelling stories he saw looking out of his project windows…..

    ^^^^^

    Almost as bad as bringing up street credibility, he’s a rapper not a super thug (c) rappers

    ^^^

    What that was the title of nas song ft. ron isley…(do the google..looking out my project windows)

    as far as big, come on man, biggie had a double album classic with not one bad song…biggie told stories where you can see each persong he is rhyming about and once again, he was able to pull in people that were not traditional hip hop fans..There are time i listen to biggie to this day and i think jay cant touch him.

  61. Seth Gueko Says:

    if jigga didn’t make the beat..
    he cosign that preemo beat with the nasir sample
    people know that jigga loves nas (no homo) can’t deny dat
    jayz is dope but it’s a trendy rapper
    he is always where the buzz is !
    and it’s more n more true
    he knew that Black Album was his last album,
    don’t talk after bout nas’ controversial lp titles…

  62. Remixznflow Says:

    titties… that is all.

  63. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Im not dissin the little homie nas, but we all know he has an album coming out and he is getting more attention for showing up drunk at his kids birth than the music

  64. NovemberEnd aka Respect The Architect Never Test The Elohim Says:

    Onslaught 2 (feat. Fatman Scoop)
    ^^^^^^^^
    why?

  65. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Ain’t no livin person can test him
    Only two restin in heaven can be mentioned in the same breath as him
    Seven straight summers, critics might not admit it
    But nobody in rap did it, quite like I did it
    If you did it I done it before, you get I had it
    Got mad at it and don’t want it no more
    And that goes for everything from flippin that raw
    Flippin whores, flippin vocal chords, don’t get it twisted

  66. Seth Gueko Says:

    Im not dissin the little homie nas, but we all know he has an album coming out and he is getting more attention for showing up drunk at his kids birth than the music

    ^
    not me. not real hh heads.

    but rihanna, kanye, drake, kid cudi …
    that’s because they haven’t no buzz that jigga put em on BP3
    ok

  67. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    NovemberEnd aka Respect The Architect Never Test The Elohim Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:05 pm
    Onslaught 2 (feat. Fatman Scoop)
    ^^^^^^^^
    why?

    ^^^
    Thats why they are four independent mc’s

  68. Seth Gueko Says:

    NovemberEnd aka Respect The Architect Never Test The Elohim Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:05 pm
    Onslaught 2 (feat. Fatman Scoop)
    ^^^^^^^^
    why?

    heard that song before..
    always better for critics
    but yea it’s a SURPRISE
    after ONE (first single) and dis tracklist,
    dey want a (lil) mainstream success, now that’s sure

  69. KingPoetic Says:

    I said little homie was nice, but i hate when people compare him to hova they are not the same….just look at the attention each one brings when the come out its not the same…little homie nas is very good, but he is not on jays status

    ^^^^

    Nah they’re definitely not the same, Jay-z ran/runs this shit and he’s the ambassador of the culture. And you’re right, he’s more popular than Nas. “status” wise the entertainment world, worlds apart. Musically? To, I’m guessing, most rap fans, whoever is your favorite, neither one is far ahead of the other in classic material. So to say that nas fell asleep for 3 albums when they are arguably slightly less good, the same as, or better, than Jay-z’s following 3 albums, is just a false claim.

    Yeah, I know Project Windows, but what you said was obviously dismissive and alluded to Nas not really living this shit, or Street Dreamin.

    And you don’t have to state the case of biggie to me, I’m familiar with the catalog. He was amazing at everything. But yeah he had a classic double lp w/ no bad songs, but noooobody else did that, not even Hov so that’s not a shared point on your legendary checklist. He’s a greaty story teller, which is based on my and your opinion, and he pulled outside people into hip hop culture. And that’s cool that you think he might be better than jay-z… but I still don’t see what Jay-z and biggie have, that Nas doesn’t.

  70. NovemberEnd aka Respect The Architect Never Test The Elohim Says:

    tracks 11-15 sound like a methadone overdose but 1-10 sound “meh” but these are snippets so ill listen to the whole product but from these snippets im somewhat disappointed

  71. KingPoetic Says:

    # Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 9:02 pm

    Im not dissin the little homie nas, but we all know he has an album coming out and he is getting more attention for showing up drunk at his kids birth than the music

    ^^^

    He hasn’t released a single though…

  72. KingPoetic Says:

    I’m not trying to defend Nas to the death, I shake my head on a regular basis like the next man lol, but the dismissiveness is crazy

  73. NovemberEnd aka Respect The Architect Never Test The Elohim Says:

    KingPoetic Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:12 pm
    # Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 9:02 pm

    Im not dissin the little homie nas, but we all know he has an album coming out and he is getting more attention for showing up drunk at his kids birth than the music

    ^^^

    He hasn’t released a single though
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    there isn’t even a title for the album

  74. Mr. First Says:

    Is Jay-Z bigger (none) than Nas? Of course. I don’t understand why that makes him better. That’s like saying 50 Cent is better than Pharoahe Monch because he’s more successful. That’s straight, poppycock.

  75. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    nas is in my top mc’s here are my tops

    jayz
    biggie
    dre 3000
    2pac
    beanie siegal
    nas
    cee lo ( i know most people wont understand that one)
    scarfacwe

  76. Seth Gueko Says:

    like u said they don’t have the same level
    Jigga is the greatest rap enterntainer ALIVE
    maybe best rapper alive

    Nas iz still in musical prison, jail for the flow
    greatest Emcee. i mean lyrical dude out

    jigga got that crossover level
    (no shots) DOPE CROSSOVER

    nas got that artistic level. point blank period

    IF U DONT UNDERSTAND THAT
    u can always throw the diamond in the air…
    (no shots again )

    …for ROC NATION i mean.

    One Love

  77. Prometheus Says:

    Pharoahe Monch gonna murder all of them on their own shit.

  78. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Mr. First Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:15 pm
    Is Jay-Z bigger (none) than Nas? Of course. I don’t understand why that makes him better. That’s like saying 50 Cent is better than Pharoahe Monch because he’s more successful. That’s straight, poppycock.
    ^^^

    Im done with this age old argument….

    So no matter what you been told or the records you sold
    Deep inside you know that it’s only one Hove
    Young Vito, voice of the young people
    If my life is a movie then Sigel be the sequel
    We bring it to your door with Bleek peekin’ through your peek hole
    And don’t get scared nigga, alert ya people

  79. Seth Gueko Says:

    Pharoahe Monch is so dope that
    he puts one album each 5 years
    easy to drop a classic at this rhythm
    no shots, fuckin’ dope lyrical rapper
    one of the nicest out for sure. pay homage

  80. KingPoetic Says:

    # Mr. First Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 9:15 pm

    Is Jay-Z bigger (none) than Nas? Of course. I don’t understand why that makes him better. That’s like saying 50 Cent is better than Pharoahe Monch because he’s more successful. That’s straight, poppycock.
    ^^^

    J Brownnnnnnnnn

  81. Seth Gueko Says:

    Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:18 pm
    Mr. First Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:15 pm
    Is Jay-Z bigger (none) than Nas? Of course. I don’t understand why that makes him better. That’s like saying 50 Cent is better than Pharoahe Monch because he’s more successful. That’s straight, poppycock.
    ^^^

    Im done with this age old argument….

    So no matter what you been told or the records you sold
    Deep inside you know that it’s only one Hove
    Young Vito, voice of the young people
    If my life is a movie then Sigel be the sequel
    We bring it to your door with Bleek peekin’ through your peek hole
    And don’t get scared nigga, alert ya people

    ^^^
    go buy BP3, the first day at the first time…

    CHORUS
    All I need…

    huh
    ALL HE NEEDS

  82. Mr. First Says:

    It’s an age old argument because it’s a valid one. If it was so nonsensical to compare them, no one would do it. And for Jay-Z to honestly be considered THAT MUCH better because he’s had a tremendous amount of financial success would be to ignore the actual abilities that Nas brings to the table. No one is claiming that Jay doesn’t deserve his due props, it’s just silly to say, “Nas doesn’t sell out MSG, he must not be as a good a rapper.” Anyone with half a brain knows there is soooo much more than spitting bars that determines whether or not someone becomes a megastar. But as fans, the ACTUAL MUSIC should be our only concern.

  83. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    i buy jayz albums like i buy jordans, always 2 at a time

  84. KingPoetic Says:

    Big told me Rae was stealing my slang
    And Rae told me out in Shaolin Big would do the same thing
    But I borrowed from both them n****s
    Jigga started to flow like us, but hit with Ain’t No N****s

  85. Slightbias Says:

    Who the fuck said I am ) vol.2. That’s just retarded

  86. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Mr. First Says:

    . No one is claiming that Jay doesn’t deserve his due props, it’s just silly to say, “Nas doesn’t sell out MSG, he must not be as a good a rapper.”

    ^^No this just means more hip hop fans come out to support jay and believes in his music more than nas..we are talking about a street m.c in jay that sells out these areans not some pop ass m.c, but a street m.c just like nas…jay made street music that crossed over, not the other way around.. Nas is damn good but he know and you all know, when its all sad and done jay will have the greater influence on the culture, not because of sells (shit hammer sold more) but because the masses believed in his music

  87. Seth Gueko Says:

    Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:15 pm
    nas is in my top mc’s here are my tops

    jayz
    biggie
    dre 3000
    2pac
    beanie siegal
    nas
    cee lo ( i know most people wont understand that one)
    scarfacwe

    COSIGN

    GREAT LIST
    i prefer
    scarface
    beanie siegel
    lol

    nah for real i cosign these dudes
    but it’s not me, it’s HIPHOP HEADS LOGICAL cosing !!
    ITS A TRUTH, A GODs COSIGN so it’s not DIFFULCT To appreciate the talent

  88. ridalen Says:

    I do like Jay…hes in my top 3 without a doubt…but he is more of a businessman than an artist…how can u deny that? Everyone of his albums after 2000 has had some kind of gimmick attached to it.

    Blueprint – Beef with Nas and others
    Blueprint 2 – Double Album
    Black Album – ‘final’ album
    Kingdom Come – ‘comeback’ album
    AG – ‘conceptual’ album
    Blueprint 3 – ‘anti-autotune’ album

    its really more about money than the artform with him…not to take anything away but he and Nas are different artists…yes Jay is more popular but does that really make him better? cmon! Only rapper that gets that kind of interest when releasing an album is Eminem.

  89. Seth Gueko Says:

    “Nas doesn’t sell out MSG, he must not be as a good a rapper.”

    ^^^trust me he can !!!
    but he’s not in dis mogul status
    Superstar spirit, god emcee
    and EMPIRE State of Mind…

    sad cuz i will want see bigger shyt from him me too

  90. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    You aint crazy, dont you play me, dont you know its Jay-Z
    When internet ask you who’s the best, why wont you say me
    Dont you hate me, cmon baby, was it all gravy
    I took my lumps comin up just like a boxer baby
    My first style may be if I stutter, maybe
    But then I slowed it down brought it from the gutter baby
    Matterfact, I dont give a fuck what you rate me
    Record labels told me, guess what the fuck that make me
    Super rich, stupid bitches know Im super viscious
    Like standin over a wounded man with two biscuits
    Lets get it clear like eucalyptus if you conflicted
    My flow is like the Cuban missle crisis
    Nigga my hand missles is priceless,
    I hide a couple rare jewels in a verse
    for my niggas that like to listen like this

  91. KingPoetic Says:

    With that said, I don’t even know who I like more than the other anymore, but stannery to that extent can not be ignored. Time to put on Purple Haze and get ready to enjoy this Philadelphia night

  92. Slightbias Says:

    Jay big em nas rakim pun jada

  93. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    No diss but nas cant sell out the house of blues in certain areas in this country, but he’s still a nice m.c

  94. KingPoetic Says:

    # Slightbias Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 9:25 pm

    Who the fuck said I am ) vol.2. That’s just retarded

    ^^^
    I did, although sometimes I feel differently. Judged seperately from Nas’s catalog it’s a really solid fucking album. Plenty bangers, scattered classics, great cohesion, great production, and no colossal failures (c) Sunshine

  95. Mr. First Says:

    Only rapper that gets that kind of interest when releasing an album is Eminem.

    ^cosign. And don’t forget about Wayne. The thing about these three artists (and I may be forgetting others) is that they’ve reached a popularity level that almost trumps the actual music. Tha Carter was easily Wayne’s best album, but Carter III was the most popular. Relapse sold mad units, and most hip-hop heads said they were disappointed in it. So what that tells me is that no matter whant they put out people will:
    1. hype it
    2. buy it
    3. say they love it, even if they don’t

    You can’t tell a Hov or a Wayne stan anything about their music, cuz niggas’ brains is already warped. And even if the shit’s trash, they only know that “it’s Jay-Z’s, so I love it!” SMH…

  96. Seth Gueko Says:

    I do like Jay…hes in my top 3 without a doubt…but he is more of a businessman than an artist…how can u deny that? Everyone of his albums after 2000 has had some kind of gimmick attached to it.

    Blueprint – Beef with Nas and others
    Blueprint 2 – Double Album
    Black Album – ‘final’ album
    Kingdom Come – ‘comeback’ album
    AG – ‘conceptual’ album
    Blueprint 3 – ‘anti-autotune’ album

    its really more about money than the artform with him…not to take anything away but he and Nas are different artists…yes Jay is more popular but does that really make him better? cmon! Only rapper that gets that kind of interest when releasing an album is Eminem.

    CO SIGN

    ps: one day i listennnned some jigga’s stuff
    one day this man said me that Jayz Iz too underground
    cuz this (wack) dude listennnned bow wow and things like dat
    (dude wasnt a hiphop head hell yeah…) but just this lil story
    if u don’t focus on something u cant judge
    and also if we are not on the same state of mind
    it’s too difficult to be agree together sometimes

  97. KingPoetic Says:

    # Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 9:35 pm

    No diss but nas cant sell out the house of blues in certain areas in this country, but he’s still a nice m.c

    ^^

    Yeahh, he’s a pretty decent rapper I suppose

  98. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    In The Mind Of Madness (skit)

    ^^

    *Runs round the bleachers high fiving all in attendance*

    This title is straight 90’s.

    *dusts off Jansport*

    *Brooklyn stomps to Cella Dwellas*

  99. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    m&m did the same failure nas did, he just up and dissappeared for like 4 years, what people dont understand is that no matter what was going on, jigga still gave us a damn good product year after fucking year…

  100. Slightbias Says:

    @ king poetic

    i hear ya, I Am… is dope but some songs are just decent but Vol. 2 is basically flawless to me

  101. Seth Gueko Says:

    jigga still gave us a damn good product year after fucking year…

    ^
    true
    but it’s also because he wants to do it !!!
    nas and eminem have the damn same capacity to do it also
    understand that !

    but okay absents are always wrong…

    but NAS, EM and JIGGA are the top best dudes now !!!
    and just nas ain’t on tha mogul level
    so that explain that dis dude is fuckin’ good to be with

  102. KingPoetic Says:

    # Slightbias Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 9:40 pm

    @ king poetic

    i hear ya, I Am… is dope but some songs are just decent but Vol. 2 is basically flawless to me

    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    I feel you, and I don’t why I responded as if you said vol. 1, but yeah I just think it’s a matter of preference. I Am was my first Nas CD so maybe that’s why I’m partial, I remember buying that, Ruffryders, and DJ Clue on the same day. My mom took vol. 2 away from me when I first got it after reading the panflet so I probably just go more accustomed to one lol

  103. KingPoetic Says:

    Curse the day of they birth confused, who’s to be praised?
    The mighty dollar — or almighty Allah
    I’m like the farmer, plantin words, people are seeds
    My truth is the soil; help you grow like trees
    May the children come in all colors, change like leaves
    but hold before you, one of those, prophetic MC’s
    with blunted flows, seven hundred souls in me
    Each channeling, from past to present times, heaven shines
    light on those, innocent to how the world grows
    Some men become murderers, and some girls become hoes
    And you accounted for, everything that you heard
    Do not speak to fools; they scorn the wisdom of your words
    My heart is wise, bloodshot eyes, the saga never dies
    Ghetto prisoners rise rise rise

    Peaccccce people

  104. Slightbias Says:

    o i almost forgot…

    SLAUGHTERHOUSEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  105. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Slightbias Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:40 pm
    @ king poetic

    i hear ya, I Am… is dope but some songs are just decent but Vol. 2 is basically flawless to me
    ^^^^^^

    Truthfully
    I wanna rhyme like Common Sense
    (But i did five Mil)
    I ain’t been rhymin like Common Sense

  106. Credit Suisse Says:

    ayo, when are you gonna post that new Ya Boy mixtape? dude got heroine barz

  107. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    nas – money is my bitch

    kissing)
    I love you so much, dont never leave me, I wont let you leave

  108. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Dont listen to these rappers, they dyin to floss

  109. Seth Gueko Says:

    Truthfully
    I wanna rhyme like Common Sense
    (But i did five Mil)
    I ain’t been rhymin like Common Sense
    Diddy did five Mill too
    he ain’t been rhymin’ like Biggie Smalls

  110. miltee Says:

    not a fan of the beat selection …

    but the lyrics sound dope on the snippets

  111. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Seth Gueko Says:

    July 25th, 2009 at 9:52 pm
    Truthfully
    I wanna rhyme like Common Sense
    (But i did five Mil)
    I ain’t been rhymin like Common Sense
    Diddy did five Mill too
    he ain’t been rhymin’ like Biggie Smalls
    ^^^

    Smh u missed the whole point

  112. Seth Gueko Says:

    BP3 won’t sell more than Relapse

  113. Slightbias Says:

    I gave you prophecy on my first joint but ya all lamed out
    didn’t really appreciate it’til the second one came out
    so I strech the game outX’ed your name out
    put Jigga on top & dropped albums nonstop for ya nigga

  114. Seth Gueko Says:

    if jigga wasn’t with dis Rocawear money plus after this live nation $
    he wouldnt have all this interest by the masses now
    but he trusts the buzz, and he has reason cuz he makes big money for him so business is business, unfinished business
    truth. peace

  115. Slightbias Says:

    BP3 won’t sell more than Relapse

    ^

    cosign

  116. Gravity Says:

    Blueprint – Beef with Nas and others – Them niggas started the beef.
    Blueprint 2 – Double Album- *blank stare*
    Black Album – ‘final’ album – *the quality is what made the album dope*
    Kingdom Come – ‘comeback’ album – *well, u r right but /beach chair/ makes it all worth it.
    AG – ‘conceptual’ album – which was a thoroughly written album
    Blueprint 3 – ‘anti-autotune’ album – as if its not needed.

    ^^^^^^^^^

    The rap jerry rice is back// to fulfill a need even though he leads the league(c) the rapper ni99as love to hate.

  117. NovemberEnd aka Respect The Architect Never Test The Elohim Says:

    # Slightbias Says:
    July 25th, 2009 at 9:59 pm

    BP3 won’t sell more than Relapse

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Jay never moved major units the only album where he sold more than 3 mill was Vol 2 where he did 5 mill

  118. Tong Po Flo Says:

    he ain’t been rhymin’ like Biggie Smalls

    ^ He should of lol!!

  119. Rockabye Says:

    Whichever song in here sounds like “The Food” sounds dope.

    Royce says “The way you sound pussy in plural is pussi” on it.

  120. Rockabye Says:

    I was beginning to think this album was going to flop on quality. These snippets reassured me otherwise.

  121. Gravity Says:

    This Hov vs Nas would never end b’cos that is what rehumaized jigga to a lot of fans… he seemed too untouchable…

    Lets talk about facts though, Nas keep rhyming about all this i’m a wiseman type shit but has very questionable judgments. He dn’t practice what he preach.

    Jay Z is the only rapper to fulfill damn near 95% of what he rap about it makes it surreal.. hence all the hate. he makes questionable decisions like not dropping the right singles and dismantling roc-a-fella but at the end of the day hiphop has needed jay z as much as he’s needed hiphop.

  122. Gravity Says:

    re humanized > rehumaized

  123. Seth Gueko Says:

    nas iz like the moon, our satelite in hiphop !
    jayz is like planet mars so untouchable now

    Jay Z is the only rapper to fulfill damn near 95% of what he rap^
    ^nah

    scarface is the realest, nas near

    jigga was on tha superthug ish sometimes

    jigga iz damn strong but lyrically nas iz just betta

  124. Slaughterhouse – Slaughterhouse [Snippets] | OnSMASH Says:

    […] While they have been steady promoting their album with their 8-11 freestyles, as well as individual EP’s, here are some album snippets from the album via Amazon where you can also peep the tracklisting. The album drops August 11th. Spotted at NahRight. […]

  125. PG Says:

    pharoahe monch… nut

  126. JERZZZ Says:

    Future Of Fuckin Hip Hop, Dont Let Lil Wayne Or The Next PopTart Define What Hip Hop Is, Copp This Album August 11th

  127. White and on Nahright Says:

    What some people fell to understand is that nas was asleep for 3 albums to hova woke him up…nas disappears for years at a time with no music or nothing..jayz has been out for 13 years album after album hit after hit….to be the greates you have to be the shit in the hood AND CROSSOVER,
    ^^
    Kingdom come was garbage too, and I dont even talk about that shit he did with R. Kelly

  128. Cinsere Says:

    WTF?!! Where’s the MOP joint?!? The hype that shit up crazy, how’s it not gonna be on the album?!

  129. Cinsere Says:

    And Fight Club!?! WTF kind of tracklist is this?!?

  130. Young Bee Says:

    Sad.. Slaughterhouse album sounds like the beats are wack.. Crazy thing is all the joints that came out already have had ill beats. Maybe they should have saved that for them for the album.. SMH

  131. bunk Says:

    This is gonna be a sick album

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