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Slaughterhouse ft. Fat Joe – Goodbye (Chris Lighty Tribute)

September 5, 2012 · Posted in Music, remix · 4 Comments 

Slaughterhouse ft. Fat Joe "Goodbye" Remix

Slaughterhouse enlisted Fat Joe to join the supergroup for a remix of “Goodbye.” The cut lives on their second collaborative studio effort “welcome to: OUR HOUSE,” available now on iTunes.

This rendition goes out to the late Chris Lighty. A bereaved Joey honors the life and lessons of his mentor in a touching opening verse. The Slaughters follow up on the ballad, making an already emotion-evoking track that much more personal and sentimental.

May Chris Lighty R.I.P.

Grab your Kleenex, and take a listen after the jump.


Download Slaughterhouse ft. Fat Joe – Goodbye (Remix).mp3

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4 Responses to “Slaughterhouse ft. Fat Joe – Goodbye (Chris Lighty Tribute)”

  1. The Royal One on September 5th, 2012 10:21 am

    Didn’t he suicide ? He basicly quit the life the lord created for him which was good so why is people giving him a tribute. Someone tell me without cussing me out why besides the thoughts I already have.

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    kay Reply:

    @The Royal One,
    Because they want to say goodbye thats all. Why shouldnt he deserve a tribute just because of how he died?

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  2. alana on September 5th, 2012 3:49 pm

    What’s good, Royal one. I totally get your perspective. In all reality, why should people feel sorry for someone who ended his life prematurely, escaped the pains of reality, and has now traumatized those survived by him? I get it. But that doesn’t change the fact that he touched so many people during his earthly existence who ARE mourning and suffering because he’s no longer here. These people feel indebted to him, and regardless of how he died, they’ll always have respect for the man, hence this tribute. We don’t know exactly what feelings or voids in his life pushed him to the edge, and we are no one to judge.

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    The Royal One Reply:

    I like your perspective on this view. That makes sense about feeling like their in his debt for what he did for them but I’ll never understand suicide.@alana,

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