Fresh out the studio, we are back with yet another heater from “The King of LA” to help promote the upcoming release from the Slaughterhouse machine. The new track is titled 8-11 and in the tradition of Hip Hop Weekly, Crooked I dismantles 50 Cent’s latest single Ok, Your Right. Crooked covers every topic from corrupt politicians, police injustice and Slaughterhouse’s conquest of Hip Hop. There is no doubt that listeners will be completely blown away by Crooked’s witty punch lines and destructive charisma. Interestingly enough, Crooked opens the track by alluding to his interest in rebooting the legendary Hip Hop Weekly series. Although this point has not been officially confirmed, we are keeping our fingers crossed. In other news, fans can look forward to the official track listing and cover art to Crooked I’s upcoming E.P. titled Mr. Pig Face Weapon Waist dropping in the near future. Make certain to support that project when it drops on August 18th. In the mean time, check out the new song using the link included below and keep it locked for further updates regarding The Boss.
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