And you thought they were done.
Last night, Eminem had one of the most memorable TV moments in years. During the 2017 BET Hip-Hip Awards, the legendary rapper dropped his scathing Donald Trump diss “The Storm.”
The night was full of cyphers. However, Em’s “The Storm” was the only cypher to feature one rapper.
The day after the awards ceremony, on Wednesday, Shady Records, Eminem’s label, announced that they had signed a rapper from Compton named Boogie.
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A little while later, an extra BET cypher was released, one that didn’t air during Tuesday’s show. This one features the young gunners from the Shady Camp. Boogie is the first to go, followed by Conway, and then Griselda Records’ Benny the Butcher. (Westside Gunn is in the room, but he doesn’t kick a verse.)
Check out the entire Shady Cypher clip below.