Royce Da 5'9" Songs

  • Gangsta Shit (Freestyle)
    Gangsta Shit (Freestyle)
    Keeping his weekly #MixtapeMonday series alive, DJ Absolut decides to come through today with another one. After taking on classic instrumentals from Prodigy, Cassidy, and Swizz Beatz recently, Absolut decides to flip G-Unit’s “Gangsta Shit” and give Royce Da 5’9” the mic top spit his magic. You already know this about to be packed with a lyrical punch. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
  • LAF (Remix)
    LAF (Remix)
    Rittz taps Yelawolf, Royce Da 5'9', and KXNG Crooked to spit a verse on his remix to "LAF", which originally appeared on his acclaimed 2014 album Next To Nothing.  Macabre string-and-tuba production courtesy of Matic Lee is suitable for the subject matter at hand (y'all lame as fuck!) and may sound familiar to Tech N9ne fans (Rittz is signed to Strange Music).
  • Crystal Clear
    Crystal Clear
    Statik Selektah and Royce Da 5'9" are a match made in heaven. Hailing from Boston, Statik has always had a New York-leaning style, but as we've seen on "Detroit Vs. Everybody," he works well with the Motor City's best as well. On "Crystal Clear," Statik provides a sample that darts left-and-right unexpectedly, but ties it together with some hard kicks and snares. Royce gets the challenge he deserves, riding the fluttering flutes and strings with his own technical flurries.
  • Revolutionary Ride Music
    Revolutionary Ride Music
    Last week, DJ EFN brought together two of hip-hop's most active political minds, Killer Mike and Crooked I, together for a song called "If U Run," and today he's back with another cut featuring some crazy names. "Revolutionary Ride Music" features Your Old Droog, Royce Da 5'9", OC and Reks.
  • The Watch
    The Watch
    Willie The Kid has prepped a new album, The Fly 3, as well as a 48-minute short film "The Fly" film to go along with LP. With both pieces dropping today (you can buy them together or separately, head here to do so), Willie gives us one of the more anticipated collabos off the project, the Royce Da 5'9"-featured "The Watch," which was mixed by The Alchemist and produced by Budgie.
  • PRhyme
    Just a few hours after slaying verses on Eminem's "Detroit Vs. Everybody" and Shady XV cypher, Royce Da 5'9'' returns with the title track from his upcoming collaborative LP with DJ Premier. Give the track a listen and let us know what you think. It's produced by Premier, of course, using Adrian Younge samples. Meanwhile, if you're feeling the track, be sure to pre-order a copy of PRhyme on iTunes today. The album hits stores on December 9th.
  • Detroit Vs. Everybody
    Detroit Vs. Everybody
    Hours after hitting us with the Shady CXVPHER, Eminem is back again, this time recruiting his hometown homies Royce Da 5’9″, Big Sean, Danny Brown, Trick Trick, and Dej Loaf for a new record called “Detroit Vs. Everybody”.
  • Warriors
    If you had a nu metal phase in the early 2000s, you're no doubt familiar with Papa Roach. A California-based band that blew up on a international level with their smash hit single "Last Resort," the group ultimately fell victim to a changing music landscape and, like so many of those classic punk rock bands (we're looking at you, Blink-182), faded away from the mainstream.
  • Brother's Keeper
    Brother's Keeper
    Joell Ortiz is preparing his new solo record, House Slippers for a September 16th release, and today he's shared a new track from the upcoming album. While it's Ortiz's record, he's recruited all of Slaughterhouse for the occasion, with Royce da 5'9", Joe Budden and Crooked I adding verses.
  • Coward
    We haven't heard from Kid Vishis since last year, but today he's returned, omce again working with frequent collaborator, Royce Da 5'9". Kid last worked with the Slaughterhouse rapper on his track, "Straight Out Of Detroit".Much like their other duets, "Coward" finds the two rappers giving us some ferocious rhymes on a classically Detroit instrumental. His brand new album, Timing Is Everything is available right now on iTunes.
  • Twerk Dat Pop That
    Twerk Dat Pop That
    In the past few months, Trick-Trick has made a name for himself as the self-proclaimed mayor of Detroit and the implementer of the city's "no fly zone," which recently barred Rick Ross from performing in the D. Following the release of his mixtape The Godfather 3, he's teamed with two of the biggest names his city's ever produced: Eminem and Royce Da 5'9".
  • The Imperial (CDQ)
    The Imperial (CDQ)
    As far as lyrics-first rappers go, you can't really hope for much of a better trio than Action Bronson, Royce Da 5'9" and Black Thought, all of whom guest on Statik Selektah's new track. "The Imperial" was premiered last night on Shade 45, and now we've got a (pretty audio high quality) radio rip.
  • One For The Money  [Mananz Remix]
    One For The Money [Mananz Remix]
    Last week, we reported on the release of independent Brooklyn hip-hop label Coalmine Records' new compilation album Unearthed (hosted by DJ Revolution), which they've dropped in cele
  • No Fly Zone
    No Fly Zone
    Trick-Trick is credited with making his hometown of Detroit a "No Fly Zone". This means that rappers who do not collaborate with Detroit artists, or contribute to the scene are not welcome to perform within its borders. The rapper has gone at Trick Daddy, Yung Berg, and Styles P for reasons related to this, and has now released a song named after the policy of his city. The song acts as anthem promoting the laws Trick has created, which he illustrates in his verse, threatening any rapper that dares to come to his city without permission.
  • Don't Get In My Way
    Don't Get In My Way
    King Los has basically given away a free album for fans today, with the release of Zero Gravity II. The mixtape has plenty of original production, and only a few freestyles. One of the original cuts produced by Dot N Pro is this one featuring Detroit rhymesayer Royce Da 5'9" and Shanica Knowles. 
  • Talk Is Cheap
    Talk Is Cheap
    Brooklyn and Detroit connect on this track, as Twigg Martin, a rising NY rapper, nabs Royce Da 5'9" for his leak. We're not very familiar with Twigg, but he's prepping a new release, Good Mornin’ America, for later this year, and this is the first taste. It's definitely got a New York feel to it, with lots of percussion making for a hard instrumental. Production comes from Buda Da Future and Grandz Muzik.
  • I Promise
    I Promise
    Give I Promise a listen - it's a new offering from Ty Farris, featuring Royce Da 5'9". It was dropped on Monday, November 18th, 2013. Ty Farris's musical situation is improving with every new release, and I Promise will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Ty Farris has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Ty Farris has in store.
  • BOOM Freestyle
    BOOM Freestyle
    Give BOOM Freestyle (Radio Rip) a spin - it's a new offering from Emilio Rojas. It was dropped on Wednesday, November 6th, 2013. Emilio Rojas's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on BOOM Freestyle (Radio Rip) . His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
  • Wow
    Dusty McFly's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Wow (Prod. by Yola Gang) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Dusty McFly stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.
  • Slaughter Session
    Slaughter Session
    Listen to Slaughter Session (Prod. By Just Blaze), the new track by DJ Tony Touch featuring Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5'9" & Crooked I which was dropped on Monday, July 8th, 2013. DJ Tony Touch's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Slaughter Session (Prod. By Just Blaze) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since DJ Tony Touch debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.