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Eminem’s Shady Films Presents: Road to Total Slaughter Ep. 1 of 4: (UNCENSORED)


On July 12th, Eminem and Shady Records will hold Total Slaughter battle event. Until that date, Loaded Lux, Cortez, Murda Mook, Arsenal, Daylyt, Math Hoffa, Marvwon, Big T, Dizaster, T-Rex and Aye Verb live in a Brooklyn, NY brownstone for Road To Total Slaughter


Check out the first of four episodes on Road To Total Slaughter below:



In Episode 1, eight of the world’s best battle rappers check into the “House of Slaughter”, along with team mentors Loaded Lux and Murda Mook. It’s all fun and games from the outside, but tension rises as the hours tick closer to the first battles of the tournament. Tournament judges Slaughterhouse show up to greet contestants at the house, but when Murda Mook comes in with a surprise wild card entry, it becomes clear that no one is safe in the House of Slaughter. Episode 2 premieres on Fuse Wednesday June 25th at 12am ET / 11pm CT / 9pm PT.

50 Cent Has Left Interscope and Shady And Will Drop “Animal Ambition” As An Independent Artist


50 Cent announced today that he has signed an exclusive worldwide distribution and services agreement with Caroline/Capitol/UMG. The superstar recording artist transitions to independent status after a successful twelve years at Shady/Aftermath/Interscope, during which time he sold more than 30 million albums. 50 Cent’s highly successful catalog, including Get Rich or Die Tryin’, The Massacre, Curtis and Before I Self Destruct, will continue to be marketed and released by Shady/Aftermath/Interscope.

The artist’s first album under the new agreement will be Animal Ambition, scheduled for release on June 3rd. Album pre-orders will begin on March 18th and fans will immediately receive two instant gratification tracks and the corresponding videos will premiere online. An additional song and video will launch each week leading up to the album’s release.

50 Cent commented, “I have had great success to date with Shady/Aftermath/Interscope and I’d like to thank Eminem and Dr. Dre for giving me an incredible opportunity. I’ve learned so much from them through the years. I am excited to enter this new era where I can carry out my creative vision.”

Eminem stated, “Both myself and Shady Records are grateful to have had the chance to play a part in 50′s career. Shady simply would not be what it is without 50 Cent. I’ve developed a great friendship with 50 over the years, and that’s not going to change. We know 50 will have success in his new situation, and we remain supporters of both him and G-Unit.”

According to Steve Berman, Vice Chairman of Interscope/Geffen/A&M, “50 Cent is, and always will be, a marquee artist for us at Interscope/Geffen/A&M. We respect his decision to pursue this new venture and the next chapter in his career, and wish him nothing but the best. He will always be a part of our family.”

Source : RealTalkNY

Top 20 List Of 2013′s of Most-Pirated Music Artists


According to figures released by data analysis firm Musicmetric, Bruno Mars edged out Rihanna as the most pirated artist of 2013. Mars finished the year with nearly 5.8 million downloads to Rihanna’s 5.4 million. See Where your favorite artists landed on the Top20 List.

Following is the top 20 BitTorrent artists in 2013, as tracked by Musicmetric.

1 Bruno Mars, 5,783,556
2 Rihanna, 5,414,166
3 Daft Punk, 4,212,361
4 Justin Timberlake, 3,930,185
5 Flo Rida, 3,470,825
6 Kanye West, 3,199,969
7 Eminem, 3,176,122
8 Jay Z, 3,171,358
9 Drake, 3,139,408
10 Pitbull, 3,138,308
11 One Direction, 2,920,445
12 Maroon 5, 2,857,652
13 Zedd, 2,828,764
14 Nicki Minaj, 2,681,177
15 Adele, 2,594,275
16 Avicii, 2,562,151
17 David Guetta, 2,441,235
18 Linkin Park, 2,352,385
19 Pharrell Williams, 2,336,996
20 Katy Perry, 2,318,740

Although these year-end numbers show piracy is alive and well, BitTorrent piracy has been in decline in recent years, Musicmetric EVP Daniel Savage tells Billboard. “Previous research that we’ve done indicates that the increased availability of music via streaming is a contributing factor.” Sandvine has also seen a downward trend in BitTorrent traffic. In a report covering the first half of 2013, the networking equipment company noted that BitTorrent’s share of total daily traffic in North America had fallen to 11.1% from 18.9% in the second half of 2011.

Musicmetric’s numbers represent albums and tracks downloaded using BitTorrent, a protocol for peer-to-peer file sharing that enables the transfer of large files. The company says a typical breakdown of BitTorrent traffic for musicians is 70% albums and 30% tracks. While piracy is rampant on BitTorrent, it’s worth noting that not all music traded using BitTorrent is pirated. Some artists, notably Death Grips and Pretty Lights, make their music available for free using BitTorrent.

We spoke to MM Satish, Piracy crusader and founder of I Hate Fake. He made it pretty clear that the problem has become a major issue and doesn’t only stop in Entertainment but in consumable products that we may not know we purchasing.

EMINEM is Performing in New Zealand in 2014


Dainty Group today announced a trailblazing collaboration with hip-hop icon EMINEM to do headline shows with the world’s biggest rap and urban stars across Australian stadiums in 2014.

Even more thrilling is the news that they’ve included one New Zealand show, at the Western Springs Stadium on Saturday 15 February, 2014.

Get ready for , a game-changing hip-hop event curated by Eminem, and presented by Dainty Group, with ears tuned to the streets, and eyes locked on rap’s future.

Tickets for RAPTURE go on sale on Thursday 31 October.

Eminem has handpicked the now, and the next, for the debut dose of  Rapture.

NEW ZEALAND 2014 stars:

EMINEM: in a headline spot hot off the release of The Marshall Mathers LP 2, due onNovember 5, and billed as one of the most anticipated albums of the year. The Guardian said of his recent shows in Britain:“His stage presence is as potent as ever.”

Eminem sold out every seat of his triumphant stadium tour in Australia two years ago.

A 13-time Grammy and Oscar winner, Eminem has sold 80 million albums, scanned 120 million singles and had 2.5 billion views online.

In New Zealand, Eminem remains one of the most successful chart acts of all time. Of his eight albums released here, 7 of them went to #1 – spending a combined 227 weeks in the Official NZ Top 40 Charts. He has hit the top of the Singles Chart 6 times, including Without Me and Lose Yourself, and most recently with his 2010 Rihanna collaboration “Love The Way You Lie” which was the second biggest selling single that year.  RIANZ has certified The Slim Shady LP 1999 3 x platinum, The Marshall Mathers LP (2000) 7 x platinum, The Eminem Show (2002) 9 x platinum, Encore (2004) 4 x platinum, Curtain Call (2005) 6 x platinum and Recovery (2010) 2 x platinum.

KENDRICK LAMAR: a blinding ray of rap genius from the sunshine state, California, with his ground breaking album, good kid, m.A.A.d city, hits Swimming Pools and Poetic Justice, and crowned the new king of the West Coast by Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre.

J.COLE: chart-topping rapper who got the tick of approval from Jay-Z with his clever rhymes and intriguing lyrical content, then followed through to deliver street savvy work including two No.1 albums, Cole World: The Sideline Story, and his latest Born Sinner.

DAVID DALLAS: The forefront of New Zealand Hip-Hop, David Dallas has just released his new album Falling Into Place. The album is a continuation of form from Dallas, following on from the acclaimed The Rose Tint and Buffalo Man. It features the hard hitting, anthemic single ‘Runnin’, which is tearing up the singles charts.

“I am really excited to be working with EminEm on , an annual event with a long term vision of showcasing the best of the best in hip-hop at affordable prices to the punter,” promoter Paul Dainty said.

Lose yourself, New Zealand, and get caught up in the in 2014.


Auckland, Saturday 15 February, 2014

Western Springs Stadium / 0800 111 999

The Forbes 2013 Hip-Hop Cash Kings List



1. Diddy ($50 million)

2. Jay Z ($43 million)

3. Dr. Dre ($40 million)

4. Nicki Minaj ($29 million)

5. Birdman ($21 million)

6. Kanye West ($20 million)

7. Lil Wayne ($16 million)

8. Wiz Khalifa ($14 million)

9. Ludacris ($12 million)

10. Drake ($10.5 million)

11. Snoop Lion ($10 million, tie)

12. Eminem ($10 million, tie)

14. Kendrick Lamar ($9 million, tie)

14. Pharrell Williams ($9 million, tie)

14. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ($9 million, tie)

17. Swizz Beatz ($8.5 million)

18. Tech N9ne ($7.5 million)

Sean John clothing line, Blue Flame agency and Ciroc Vodka,   Diddy has topped this year’s list for highest paid hip-hop artists of 2013.

Eminem Premieres “Symphony In H” w/ DJ Tony Touch


DJ Tony Touch previews Eminem’s “Symphony in H” (extra tagged up) off his upcoming Piece Maker 3: Return of the 50 MCs, due out July 8.

1. Tony Touch / D Stroy – ‘Touch And D Stroy’
2. Rah Digga – ‘Freestyle’
3. A.G. & Masta Ace – ‘Double A’
4. Busta Rhymes, J. Doe, Reek da Villian & Rock Marciano – ‘Hold That’
5. M.O.P – ‘You Know You Love This’
6. Too Short, Kurupt & Xzibit – ‘V.I.P.’
7. B-Real – ‘Hit This’ (Freestyle)
8. Papoose & Uncle Murda – ‘Brooklyn’s The Burough’
9. Sean Price & Guilty Simpson – ‘Random’
10. Black Thought – ‘Thought Process’
11. Styles P, Sheek Louch & Jadakiss – ‘B.A.R.S.’
12. Liknuts – ‘World Premier’
13. Raekwon, JD Era, Ghostface Killah & RZA – ‘Unorthodox’
14. Twista & Bun B – ‘Bounce’
15. Thirstin Howl III – ‘One Person Thirstin’
16. Willie The Kid – ‘Power Cypha’
17. Action Bronson & Kool G. Rap – ‘A Queen’s Thing’
18. KRS-One, Fat Joe & Sadat X – ‘Take It To The Bronx’
19. Termanology – ‘Aw Shux’
20. Joel Ortiz, Royce da 5’9” & Crooked I – ‘Slaughter Session’
21. Eminem – ‘Symphony in H’
22. Redman, Method Man & Erick Sermon – ‘Let’s Go’
23. Prodigy – ‘Street Corner’
24. N.O.R.E., Al Joseph & Reek da Villian – ‘Questions’
25. Gob Goblin, Starvin B & Spit Gemz – ‘Untitled’

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