Friday, January 23, 2009


Im a very happy camper, My President is Black. Obama the great.....ok we cant do that to him but compared to bush he will be a super hero. He should be on the real heroes TV show, since they killed D.L off. Anyway i took some time off to celebrate Funky President #1. Im back refreshed focused and humbled by the moment. No more crutches....... We all have to do our part to live better.


Check out SLAUGHTER HOUSE .......



1/22/09....@ S.O.B

There 1st song


The Leak - Slaughter House

the dope flick and youtube clip vicked from MissInfo as you can tell from the water marks....


After tearing down New York club S.O.B.’s last night along with his Slaughterhouse co-horts, chopped it up with New Jersey native Joe Budden to find out what went down and why he thinks his fans are different than other rappers’.

Slaughterhouse – the newly-formed, rap supergroup consisting of JB, Crooked I, Joell Ortiz and Royce Da 5’9” – took to the stage for the first time together last night and according to a hoarse-voiced Budden the show went “great.” “I mean those guys are phenomenal in their own right,” he said of his group mates. “For us to come together and do that last night, there was a couple of technical difficulties with the sound and shit like that, but I think we made the best of it and put a good show [for the people] that came out and paid their hard earned money.”

Fans that couldn’t make it out last night were excited over the news that the show would be streamed live online, but things didn’t go as planned. “I didn’t even find that out until this morning,” he explained. “Apparently the problem with the internet connection in the venue that I had them check on prior to the show, and for some reason last night through everybody’s efforts it still didn’t work.”

Despite his ongoing beef with Saigon, Budden doesn’t believe the hype had anything to do with yesterday’s turnout. “I didn’t benefit from that all,” he said. “I think all of them same people would have showed without any of that back and forth on wax.”

Joey has a point. He is known for having some of the most die-hard fans. XXL asked him what’s the science behind his following. “I think over the years I just developed a friendship of sorts with my fans and a relationship more so then just fan/artist, artist/fan,” he shared. “I really think that the artwork and feeling and the emotion and devotion that I put into it resonates and rubs off on them and is therapeutic for them also.”

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