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Crooked I Speaks on Slaughterhouse Album; “This Time We’re Coming for Blood"
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From: http://allhiphop.com/2013/03/27/exclusiv...for-blood/

Quote:EXCLUSIVE: Crooked I Speaks on Slaughterhouse Album; Says, “This Time We’re Coming for Blood”

(AllHipHop News) As the Top 10 lists of best rappers, songs and albums were released by various media sources at the end of last year, Crooked I of Slaughterhouse took offense to the group being left off of some of the lists.

While the group received the Shady Records co-sign, and toured all over the world, Crooked I spoke with AllHipHop at SXSW about how the group is “coming for blood” and still fighting for respect.

“We went to Australia, it was a beautiful country, that was my first time there, it was gorgeous dog, just the country was impressive, the energy in the crowd was just bananas. We probably gonna start on the next album in a month or two, you know what I mean, and this time we’re coming for blood man,” Crooked I explained to AllHipHop.com.

“I’m speaking for Crooked I and I’m not speaking for the group, but I think that ni**as kind of light weight went to sleep on the last album. When they did the hottest MC’s list and best song of 2012 I didn’t really see Slaughterhouse on that list man. We rap our heart out man so for this next album, I’m coming out with that butcher knife,” Crooked I said.

According to Neilsen SoundScan, Slaughterhouse’s second studio album Welcome to: Our House debuted at number 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums with 52,000 records sold.
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... And that's why Crooked's my favorite MC.  The James Brown of rap; but in a sense, I think he's also the Kobe Bryant of this rap shit, cuz no matter the circumstances, he never runs outa fuel!
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he pretty much said "I would have liked to make that album without all the mainstream gay shit" in his own way lol
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(03-27-2013, 10:23 PM)a330v link Wrote:... And that's why Crooked's my favorite MC.  The James Brown of rap; but in a sense, I think he's also the Kobe Bryant of this rap shit, cuz no matter the circumstances, he never runs outa fuel!

kobe?  crooked ain't no rapist
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(03-28-2013, 04:52 PM)PUTSOMEMONEYONIT link Wrote:[quote author=a330v link=topic=7942.msg303575#msg303575 date=1364437434]
... And that's why Crooked's my favorite MC.  The James Brown of rap; but in a sense, I think he's also the Kobe Bryant of this rap shit, cuz no matter the circumstances, he never runs outa fuel!

kobe?  crooked ain't no rapist
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lmao. 17 an in the nba when he have time to rape a bitch? When hes getting fucked by 12? But still "The butcher knife" he said . aha Crooked that man, BOSS
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This is a tacit acknowledgement that the album wasn't all it was cracked up to be and that the solution is to try harder next time.
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