Finally, an update beyond just verbal confirmation.
Royce continues his hot streak with a fire collaboration with Shady's newest affiliate emcees.
Doing mixtapes with jacked production was the norm, but now the once temporary-standard is rather outdated.
Eminem doesn't really want Royce to "die," he just texts like a 14-year-old girl.
This is no desperate attempt at relevance, but the sharpening of a sword against the latest steel.
The Detroit veteran doesn't understand why his fellow emcees are not more well known.
There’s no doubt that Big Sean is successful, but is he appropriately appreciated?
In the age of the surprise release, album roll outs still matter and Royce da 5'9" did it best with "Layers."
Royce shatters the myth of the genius-artist-addict by talking about how his sobriety lead to great music and a number one album.
Royce says that hip-hop is currently "flag football" and explains why rappers who don't pay their dues are setting themselves up to fail.
Only a small handful of people on Earth know what it's like watching the Rap God work, Royce is one of them.