No beats. Just rhymes.
That's what Eminem, Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf deliver on the brand new "Shady CXVpher," which they dropped on Monday (November 10). The near 20-minute visuals bring each of the ferocious MCs to their hometowns for extended a capella bars. And more bars. And more bars.
Things open with Crooked I -- now calling himself King Crooked -- surrounded by friends and cars in Long Beach, California. Then Jersey City-repping Joe Budden kicks his rhymes on a bridge, before we head down South to Gadsden, Alabama for Yelawolf's part and back to the Northeast with Brooklyn's own Joell Ortiz.
Things wrap in Detroit with Royce Da 5'9" and Eminem. Marshall rhymes are insanity of course; he claims that he freestyled "Rap God" and that he'd punch Lana Del Ray, not to mention the Britney Spears and freedom of speech references for old times' sake.
Better believe that, when it drops on November 24, Shady XV is gonna have plenty of bars.
So, who came the hardest?