Slaughterhouse surprise their fans with the release of their new mixtape “House Rules”. Listen to the stream below and download here.
Slaughterhouse are back with a brand new track called “Party” co-produced by Just Blaze and Cardiak. 2014 is shaping up to be a busy year for the hip hop quartet as they also recently announced their Glasshouse North American tour. Take a listen to their new song below and check out a trailer for the tour and their schedule after the jump.
Eminem and his Slaughterhouse team paid a visit to BET’s The Backroom to drop some hot bars in their latest cypher. Just Blaze was on the 1′s and 2′s. MMLP2 is in stores now. Check it out after the jump.
Here goes one of the more anticipated cyphers from the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. Joell Ortiz, Crooked I, Royce Da 5’9 and Joe Budden did not let Shady records down with their verses. Who had the best verse?
Slaughterhouse paid a visit to Charlie Sloth’s BBC Radio 1 show to do a “Fire In The Booth” freestyle over Pusha T’s ‘Numbers On The Board’ beat.
Slaughterhouse spoke to XXL on the red carpet at the launch event to Gig It and announced that they have started recording their third album. They also said they have some big announcements coming soon. Stay tuned for more news.
Slaughterhouse release the single to their Welcome To : Our House track Goodbye. Album is out now.
Slaughterhouse release a video to say thank you to all their fans who have supported them over the years.
Last week, the Slaughterhouse gang took the stage in Brooklyn at The Well. Within the show, Crooked I took advantage of the mic and dropped a freestyle that was 7 MINUTES long. That some sick sh*t!
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by Eric Kidd
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Joe Budden isn’t too happy with some of you fans criticizing welcome to: Our House for being a “commercial” album.
During a convo’ with BallerAlert, Joey gave us a “shitty” analogy to explain the difference between On The House, and welcome to: our House. Fans have the freedom of choosing between the two projects. Or like Joe put it, “Y’all have that mixtape? Great, glad you enjoyed it. Like some of the album? Want to collage them? Want to mix and match them [and] make the perfect album? Hey, wipe your a** while you do it. We don’t give a f*ck.”