Fuse catches up with Slaughterhouse to nail down the street date for “Welcome to: Our House” and an upcoming collab with Black Hippy.
Slaughterhouse tap El-P for this complete reworking of the first single from welcome to: OUR HOUSE, hitting august 28th.
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.
Eminem called into DJ Whoo Kid’s show on Shade 45 to talk about his upcoming 8th studio album, Ice T’s “The Art Of Rap” documentary, Slaughterhouse’s album, touring Asia later this year, Beastie Boys and more.
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.]
Welcome To: OUR House coming soon.
So, this year’s Hot 97 Summer Jam was not without controversy, as usual. When jock Peter Rosenberg introduced Kendrick Lamar, he said “We’re about real hip-hop here, not ‘Starships’,” referring to Nicki Minaj’s crossover single. Lil Wayne that preceded to Tweet “Young Money ain’t doing summer jam,” and pulled all of his labelmates from the [cont.]
The Slaughterhouse team checked in with Jusin Credible of the L.A. Leakers and talked new album & favorite hip hop albums.
Joe Budden, Crooked I, Royce da 5’9″ & Joell Ortiz spit some free bars on the Westwood 1Xtra show.
Get More: Music News The crew suggests the album is done – despite a few mixdowns – but may not make the June 12th release date.
Reek borrows Slaugterhouse’s instrumental, produced by AraabMuzik.
So, looks like the Slaughterhouse album won’t drop May 15th, which Joe addresses in the above interview, along with several other topics. But, I might have something for you guys next Tuesday. More news soon….
Lead single to Slaughterhouse upcoming LP, Welcome To OUR HOUSE.
Slaughterhouse’s buzzworth single from Welcome To: OUR HOUSE hitting July 12th. Directed by ICU. Appearances by Eminem, ASAP Rocky, 50 Cent, MC Hammer, Kanye West, Big Sean, and others.
Slaughterhouse vs. Bootleg Kev. Kev holds his own, but it was four-against-one.
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