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Crooked I Discusses Slaughterhouse's BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher

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  • Crooked I Discusses Slaughterhouse's BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher



    Crooked I talks about BET's cypher guidelines and explains why Eminem doesn't need to do another cypher.

    Yesterday, Slaughterhouse's BET Hip Hop Awards cypher video was released. The group, which consists of Crooked I, Joe Budden, Royce Da 5'9 and Joell Ortiz, filmed the cypher earlier this year at an undisclosed location in downtown Los Angeles.

    Crooked I recently spoke with HipHopDX about why there should be no restrictions during cyphers.

    "It was a real dope atmosphere," Crooked I said. "DJ Premiere was back there spinning. It felt like real Hip Hop was in the building from the start. Of course, we went in and did our thing. My only thing is BET sets us a certain amount of bars that we can spit. Well, they gave us a certain amount of bars. I don't know about everybody else. I was just thinking, 'I wanna spit more bars.' A cypher shouldn't have no limit on the bars. You should just go."

    Crooked I also addressed whether Slaughterhouse followed the guidelines set by the network.

    "They sent an e-mail out that they wanted everybody to spit 16 [bars]," Crooked I continued. "Slaughterhouse, we're on some rebel shit from the gate, so I think we probably all did 24s. But, I was like, 'If I could give these niggas a cold 50 [bars] right now, I'll shut BET down forever.' I would have put an 'Out of Order' sign on BET. I think that's what niggas wanna see. In the classic cypher that we did with Eminem [in 2011], I know Em did 40 plus [bars]. He absolutely murdered it. Then again, that's Eminem. He can do whatever the fuck he wants to do."

    Source: hiphopdx.com

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