As Crooked I continues his mission to push #Slaughterhouse as a trending topic on Twitter, he has released a brand new gem to help support the movement. In the latest installment of the 8-11 series, Crooked I surprisingly delivers rhymes over Drake’s smash hit Best I Ever Had. As requested by fans, Crooked I addresses the highly publicized controversy behind his recent Slaughterhouse tattoo. While kicking a smooth flow, Crooked I explains how he likes his “H’s On The Side” using an entertaining and clever metaphor. It’s great to see Crooked I flip a negative into a positive and fully embrace the hatred from opposers. We are hoping that this is not the last installment of the 8-11 movement as Crooked I has brought back memories of the legendary Hip Hop Weekly series. This already classic series of tracks has certainly helped push Slaughterhouse awareness to new heights. Do not forget to support real Hip Hop on August 11th, by picking up two copies of the highly anticipated Slaughterhouse album. In the mean time, make certain to download this track using the link included below and stay tuned for additional updates regarding Crooked I and Slaughterhouse.
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