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)

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It is quite an eventful week for the followers of the Odd Future collective. After unveiling their latest video, the Golf Wang presents the official tracklist of the upcoming The OF Tape Vol. 2. Accordingly, the follow-up to 2008’s The Odd Future Tape features Tyler, the Creator, Frank Ocean, Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis, Taco, The Internet, and the rest of the gang. Peruse the 18 tracks below.

Odd Future – The OF Tape Vol. 2 (Tracklist)
1. Hi.
2. Bitches (feat. Domo Genesis & Hodgy Beats)
3. NY (Ned Flander) [feat. Hodgy Beats & Tyler, The Creator]
4. Ya Know (feat. The Internet)
5. Forest Green (feat. Mike G)
6. Lean (feat. Hodgy Beats & Domo Genesis)
7. Analog 2 (feat. Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean & Syd)
8. 50 (feat. MellowHype)
9. Snow White (feat. Hodgy Beats & Frank Ocean)
10. Rella (feat. Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis & Tyler, The Creator)
11. Real Bitch (feat. MellowHype & Taco)
12. P (feat. Hodgy Beats & Tyler, The Creator)
13. White (feat. Frank Ocean)
14. Hcapd (feat. Domo Genesis, Hodgy Beats & Tyler, The Creator)
15. Sam (Is Dead) [feat. Domo Genesis & Tyler, The Creator]
16. Doms (feat. Domo Genesis)
17. We Got Bitches (feat. Tyler, The Creator, Taco & Jasper Dolphin)
18. Oldie (feat. Odd Future)

 

Jay Rock, Krizz Kaliko, 816 Boys and more appear on Tech’s collaboration album.

Tech N9ne has revealed the tracklist for his upcoming collaboration album Welcome to Strangeland, which showcases his Strange Music roster, due November 8th.

Guests on the project include Kutt Calhoun, Jay Rock, Krizz Kaliko, ¡MAYDAY!, Brotha Lynch Hung and more. “Anyone I’m collaborating with understands where I’m coming from and the level of quality I represent,” says Tech. “That’s why I’m always completely behind these Collabos releases. Seeing how the artists on Welcome To Strangeland are all artists fit to be members of the Strange Music roster, this is the strongest, Strangest Collabo release yet.”

Producer Plex Luthor helms the lead single “The Noose,”inspired by Tech’s visit to Camp Pendleton with U.S. troops injured in combat and the morbid feelings that come with it. “To me [‘The Noose’] is just saying I don’t wanna be taken by another man. I don’t want my fate to be in another man’s hands. So ‘I’m hanging up the noose now, waiting for the end.’  That’s how I looked at it.  I don’t condone suicide at all, but I understand…Let me be the reason why I die. Not saying that I’m condoning suicide, but damn, some of these people think like that.”

Check the tracklist below.

1. Stars
2. Welcome to Strangeland (featuring Krizz Kaliko)
3. Unfair (featuring Krizz Kaliko, Ubiquitous of Ces Cru & Godemis of Ces Cru)
4. Kocky (featuring Kutt Calhoun & Jay Rock)
5. Who Do I Catch
6. My Favorite (featuring Prozak & Brotha Lynch Hung)
7. Retrogression (featuring ¡MAYDAY!)
8. Bang Out (featuring 816 Boys)
9. Beautiful Music

10. Won’t You Come Dirty (featuring Young Bleed & Stevie Stone)
11. Sad Circus (featuring Brotha Lynch Hung & Courtney Kuhnz)
12. The Noose(featuring ¡MAYDAY!)
13. Slave (featuring Krizz Kaliko & Kutt Calhoun)
14. Overwhelming (featuring Jay Da 3rd)
15. Gods (featuring Krizz Kaliko & Kutt Calhoun)
16. I Need A Drink
17. The Real Thing (featuring Liz Suwandi)
18. EMJ

After premiering his collaborative song with Lil Jon the other day, Yelawolf has returned with the cover art and track list for his upcoming debut album, Radioactive. Adorned with a bright yellow and black radioactive waste symbol and his signature deer logo, the album cover is what many may have expected. The track list, however, is intriguing. On it are 18 songs with features from Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Tech N9ne, Busta Rhymes, The Game and Big Boi, to name a few. Radioactive hits stores on September 27.