Slaughterhouse’s mascot gets his Crank Yankers on, prank calling Royce Da 5’9.
Here’s an extended version of the title track from Welcome To: Our House, now featuring a verse from Joe Budden.
Joe Budden of Slaughterhouse explains why the Welcome To Our House album and On The House mixtape don’t sound the same. Then he tells you what you can do about it.
In lieu of Violator head Chris Lighty’s recent passing, Slaughterhouse’s “Goodbye” gets remix, with an added guest spot from Fat Joe. #RIPBabyChris
From Welcome To Our House, in stores now.
When it was first revealed to the public that the supergroup Slaughterhouse would be taking their talents to the house that Shady built, there was reason to cheer. A collective comprised of some of Hip-Hop’s biggest underdogs, fans couldn’t wait to see what the group would do under a major label umbrella. Joe Budden, Royce [cont.]
Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com Slaughterhouse – “On The House” (Mixtape)
Slaugtherhouse reacts to Complex’s “Top 30 Rappers In Their 30′s” list.
Here’s something from the On The House mixtape, which will drop before the August 28th release of Welcome To Our House. Produced by araabMUZIK.
Shade 45 aired a Slaughterhouse special with Sway today, premiering the new album track “Goodbye”, which is the first track they recorded for Welcome To Our House, due August 28th. Check out the track and the Shade 45 special featuring Eminem below.
Joe Budden and Joell Ortiz are seen here in the studio recording a new track called “I See Dead People”, which will appear on the On The House Gangsta Grillz mixtape, announced here. “So today is day whatever of the Slaughterhouse mixtape…On the House,” said Joe Budden. “That was pretty clever, naming the mixtape On [cont.]
Due August 28th on Shady Records. 1. The Slaughter (Intro) 2. Our House feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey 3. Coffin feat. Busta Rhymes 4. Throw That feat. Eminem 5. Hammer Dance 6. Get Up 7. My Life feat. Cee-Lo Green 8. We Did It (Skit) 9. Flip A Bird 10. Throw It Away feat. Swizz [cont.]
Slaughterhouse speak out in support of Frank Ocean’s decision to be open about his bisexuality, and praise his new album Channel Orange.
Slaughterhouse sits in with Jenny Boom Boom on site at the BET Awards, speaking on the release of their upcoming album, also suggesting a new mixtape will be released prior to the album, not to be confused with House Party, by yours truly. In the second clip, the crew spits for the L.A. Leakers.
Slaughterhouse will release their Shady Records debut LP, welcome to: OUR HOUSE, on August 28th. Here is the third single from the project, produced by Swizz Beatz. Meanwhile, check out the Slaughterhouse vs. DJ Pizzo House Party mixtape, chock full of freestyles from Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce, mixed “club style”.
Here’s the official description: In preparation for the long-awaited Shady Records’ Slaughterhouse debut, “welcome to: OUR HOUSE”, DJ Pizzo cooks something up to hold the heads over. As a resident DJ at the top nightclubs in both Las Vegas and Los Angeles, Pizzo selects many of Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9, Joell Ortiz, and Crooked [cont.]
The Slaughterhouse team checked in with Jusin Credible of the L.A. Leakers and talked new album & favorite hip hop albums.
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