Tag: Eminem

The UK Slaughterhouse Tour

The UK Slaughterhouse Tour

The latest signing to Shady Records / Interscope, super group Slaughterhouse, consisting of Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5' 9", Joe Budden and Crooked I arrive in the UK for a three date tour. Their second album Welcome To: Our House, released in mid-June is executive produced by the Shady man himself, Eminem.

Yelawolf UK Tour Dates Announced

Yelawolf UK Tour Dates Announced

The latest signing to Eminem's Shady Records label, Yelawolf will play his debut UK shows in Manchester and London this June. At the start of his career he competed on the 2005 reality series The Road to Stardom which also featured Missy Elliott. Yelawolf first signed to a major label when he inked a deal with Columbia Records in 2007, but was he was unfortunately released from the label the same year.

Yelawolf 2012 UK Tour Dates Announced

Yelawolf 2012 UK Tour Dates Announced

Following his debut UK shows and release of album Radioactive last year, Yelawolf has announced a full tour for May including a show at London's Electric Ballroom. Radioactive is Yelawolf's opportunity to open up and share some of the non-musical experiences that have made him the man and artist he is today. For as volatile as it sounds, the actual dictionary term for 'radioactive' leaves a lot to the imagination. But just as he does with every word he spits, Ghet-O-Vision / Shady recording artist Yelawolf gives it new life and meaning. Making it a fitting title for his official debut album.

Delicious Vinyl All Stars - Rmxxology CD [Delicious Vinyl]

Delicious Vinyl All Stars – Rmxxology CD [Delicious Vinyl]

Go back to the future with Delicious Vinyl Rmxxology, an all-new, 15-track album featuring classic tracks by Young MC, The Pharcyde, Masta Ace, The Brand New Heavies and Fatlip re-imagined by artists including Peaches, Hot Chip and Eminem. The first two singles from the album are already popular: pioneering electro goddess Peaches' sizzling update of Tone Loc's immortal "Wild Thing" and Aaron LaCrate and Debonair Samir's gutter-bumping Baltimore blast of Young MC's "Know How".