Ill Bill & Vinnie Paz Assault Lord Lhus at Toronto Show

Ill Bill & Vinnie Paz (performing as Heavy Metal Kings) assaulted Lord Lhus at the Opera House in Toronto, Canada on April 20th.
By: G. Cusumano
April 25, 2011 - PRLog -- Ill Bill & Vinnie Paz (performing as Heavy Metal Kings) assaulted Lord Lhus at the Opera House in Toronto, Canada on April 20th. Lord Lhus stated on his Facebook about the incident in where Ill Bill, Vinnie Paz and 3 other individuals beat him down after Lord Lhus was invited to meet the performing artists backstage.

Lord Lhus stated he came to the show to exhibit his respects and settle old feuds among the performing artists. Ill Bill explained the old feud started when Vinnie Paz's verse was replaced on a Snowgoons track for the album Kraftwerk. Ill Bill, Vinnie Paz, Immortal Technique, Beast1333, and Diabolic were originally planned to be featured on "The Uncrushables" track, but Lord Lhus persuaded the Snowgoons team to replace their verses with Sicknature and Sabac Red. Ill Bill's verse was however featured.

After finding out that his verse was unexpectedly replaced, Vinnie Paz disliked the way Lord Lhus deceived the Snowgoons team. Since then, a tension grew between Vinnie Paz and Lord Lhus. At the Toronto show, Ill Bill and Vinnie Paz were informed that Lord Lhus was present along with the Gringhouse Gang (Mark Deez, Dr. iLL, and Powder) to cause instigation at the show. That led for Ill Bill and Vinnie Paz to assault Lord Lhus since they assumed Lord Lhus came to the show to fight the Heavy Metal Kings team.

However, the Snowgoons team later declared they could not feature Vinnie Paz, Immortal Technique, Beast1333, and Diabolic due to deadline issues, and not influence from Lord Lhus. After learning from that, Ill Bill and Vinnie Paz have declared the whole fiasco to be a big misunderstanding and are issuing a formal apology to Lord Lhus. On the Heavy Metal Kings Twitter, it was stated Ill Bill and Vinnie Paz will collaborate on a track with Lord Lhus to show solidarity and not escalate the feud for the fans.

About Lord Lhus
Lord Lhus is an underground emcee from South Carolina signed with iLL-Legit Records and is notable for his close collaborations with the German based production team, Snowgoons.

About Heavy Metal Kings
Heavy Metal Kings is a group featuring veteran rappers ILL Bill (Non-Phixion/La Coka Nostra) and Vinnie Paz (Jedi Mind Tricks/Army of the Pharaohs). In 2006, ILL Bill was featured on the single "Heavy Metal Kings" by hip hop duo Jedi Mind Tricks, released through Babygrande Records.[1] The single was released in a limited edition blue vinyl pressing, with every copy signed by group vocalist Vinnie Paz. "Heavy Metal Kings" is the lead single from the group's fifth album, Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell. The song features a sample from "Boiling Rage (Estuans Interius)" by German composer Carl Orff, taken from his famous cantata Carmina Burana, and a vocal sample from "Front Lines (Hell on Earth)" by Mobb Deep for the chorus. The song's music video was released shortly before the album's release, and featured guest appearances from the group's DJ, DJ Kwestion, and R.A. The Rugged Man. ILL Bill and Vinnie Paz have since combined forces to form a group of the same name, "Heavy Metal Kings," and record a full self-titled album to be released April 5, 2011 through Enemy Soil/Uncle Howie. "Keeper Of The Seven Keys" produced by up and coming producer, C-Lance, is the first track from the new Heavy Metal Kings album. The album features production from DJ Muggs, Ill Bill, Shuko, Sicknature, C-Lance, Grand Finale, Jack of All Trades, Junior Makhno, Vherbal, and DJ Premier protégé Gemcrates alongside a cast of emcees, including Reef the Lost Cauze, Slaine, Crypt the Warchild, Q-Unique, and Sabac Red.

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