DMX – Undisputed(2012)

September 5, 2012

01. Look Without Seein’ (prod. by Elite) 02. What They Don’t Know (prod. by Swizz Beatz) 03. Cold World (feat. Adreena Mills) (prod. by Grease & Snaz) 04. I Don’t Dance (feat. Machine Gun Kelly) (prod. by J.R. Rotem) 05. Sucka For Love (feat Dani Stevenson) (prod. by Deezle) 06. I Get Scared (feat. Adreena Mills) (prod. by Grease) 07. Slippin’ Again (prod. by Bird) 08. Prayer (Skit) (prod. by X) 09. I’m Back (prod. by Bird) 10. Have You Eva (prod. by Grease) 11. Get Your Money Up (Explicit Version Only) 12. Head Up (prod. by Tronzilla) 13. Frankenstein (prod. by Caviar) 14. Ya’ll Don’t Really Know (prod. by Swizz Beatz) + Busta Rhymes 15. I Got Your Back (feat. Kashmere) (prod. by Caviar) 16. No Love (feat. Adreena Mills) (prod. by Grease & Snaz) 17. Already (prod. by Divine Bars)




01. The Slaughter (1:17) 02. Our House Feat Eminem and Skylar Grey (5:58) 03. Coffin Feat Busta Ryhmes (3:41) 04. Throw that Feat Eminem (3:58) 05. Hammer Dance (3:44) 06. Get Up (5:02) 07. My Life Feat Ceelo Green (4:21) 08. We Did it (0:41) 09. Flip A Bird (4:20) 10. Throw it Away Feat Swizz Beatz (4:15) 11. Rescue Me Feat Skylar Grey (3:40) 12. Frat House (3:48) 13. Goodbye (5:02) 14. Park it Sideways (3:56) 15. Die (5:04) 16. Our Way (5:40) 17. Asylum Feat Eminem (4:03) 18. Walk of Shame (4:06) 19. The Other Side (4:09) 20. Place to Be Feat B.O.B (3:54)

Welcome to Our House is the second studio album and first major release by hip hop supergroup Slaughterhouse, consisting of Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce da 5’9″. The album is due for release on August 28, 2012 via Shady Records and Interscope Records.


Slaughterhouse – welcome to : OUR HOUSE (Track List)

1. The Slaughter (Intro) 2. Our House (Feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey) 3. Coffin (Feat. Busta Rhymes) 4. Throw That (Feat. Eminem) 5. Hammer Dance 6. Get Up 7. My Life (Feat. Cee Lo Green) 8. We Did It (Skit) 9. Flip A Bird 10. Throw It Away (Feat. Swizz Beatz) 11. Rescue Me (Feat. Skylar Grey) 12. Frat House 13. Goodbye 14. Park It Sideways 15. Die 16. Our Way (Outro)

Deluxe version:

17. Asylum (Feat. Eminem) 18. Walk Of Shame 19. The Other Side 20. Place To Be (Feat. B.o.B)

Nas – Life Is Good

July 12, 2012

01. No Introduction (Produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League) 02. Loco-Motive [feat. Large Professor] (Produced by No I.D.) 03. A Queens Story (Produced by Salaam Remi) 04. Accident Murderers [feat. Rick Ross] (Produced by No I.D.) 05. Daughters (Produced by No I.D.) 06. Reach Out [feat. Mary J. Blige] (Produced by Salaam Remi, Rodney Jerkins, DJ Hot Day & Nas) 07. World’s An Addiction [feat. Anthony Hamilton] (Produced by Salaam Remi) 08. Summer On Smash [feat. Miguel & Swizz Beatz] (Produced by Swizz Beatz) 09. You Wouldn’t Understand [feat. Victoria Monet] (Produced by Buckwild) 10. Back When (Produced by No I.D.) 11. The Don (Produced by Salaam Remi, Heavy D & Da Internz) 12. Stay (Produced by No I.D.) 13. Cherry Wine [feat. Amy Winehouse] (Produced by Salaam Remi) 14. Bye Baby (Produced by Salaam Remi & 40) 15. Nasty (Produced by Salaam Remi) 16. The Black Bond (Produced by Salaam Remi) 17. Roses (Produced by Al Shux) 18. Where’s The Love [feat. Cocaine 80’s] (Produced by No I.D.)



Shortly after it was revealed that Swizz is the CEO, the Feds shut down the cloud storage site.

Shortly after it was revealed that Swizz Beatz is CEO of Megaupload, the cloud storage site has been closed down by federal prosecutors.

According to the Associated Press, feds in Virginia have shuttered the cyberlocker site, charging its founder Kim Dotcom and others with violating piracy laws. The indictment claims that the site has costed “copyright holders more than $500 million in lost revenue from pirated films and other content.”

In December, Swizz helped recruit artists such as Kanye West and Diddy to appear in a video promoting the site, which was once the 13th most trafficked site in the world.

With music sales on the decline over the years, many artists are seeking new ways to promote and sell their music. Swizz Beatz is an example of that, as the esteemed producer is going a different route with his upcoming third studio album Haute Living. It appears Swizzy will roll out the album one song at a time in order to make each track an “event.” He also states:

“Let me clarify: Haute Living is still coming, but as far as releasing all on one day, I’m not doing that no more,” he recently told MTV news. “I want to just drop singles from Haute Living instead of ‘I’m coming on September 13.’ I’m like, ‘You know what? Let me make every song an event, instead of just that one day being an event.'”
Adding onto his reasoning he also stated:

“I want to change the whole mind-set of the way I do things as an album, but Haute Living is definitely coming,” he continued. “I’m just tired of doing things traditional. My whole concept of life is just to do things nontraditional, making new rules. Sky’s not the limit — it’s just a view.”
Sounds like an cool idea, what do you guys think?