Slaughterhouse and DJ Drama are gearing up to release their debut Gangsta Grillz mixtape. Here’s the first audible over Nas’ “Nasty”. The quartet hold their own, but Joe’s Batman/Colorado line is ill-timed. djdrama
Slaughterhouse is an unstoppable team. And after wrapping up their “My Life” video, they gave a post game wrap up. A lot of blood, sweat, and tears, I tell ya. Welcome to: our House on August 28th.
Joey fired up his Ustream yesterday and previewed three new Slaughterhouse records. No word on if these will be included on the album, but one is tentatively titled “Juggernauts”.
BET’s weekly freestyle series continues today by welcoming Shady 2.0’s fantastic four to their house. As you can see, they all made themselves right at home. Previously: B.o.B.
Slaughterhouse hit the B.B. King stage last night in Times Square. With Funkmaster Flex on the 1s and 2s, Marshall’s artists plucked through their discography including their respective hits. Sidebar: Photos
This. Is. A. Remix. Heavily influenced by the 80s and 90s sound, producer EL-P puts his spin on Slaughterhouse’s track. stereogum
All four quarters of the Slaughter appeared on the L.A. Leakers show on Power 106 and dished a few freestyles over “Ima Boss,” “Mercy” and “Not Afraid”. Sorry Budden fans, no verse here. Welcome to: OUR HOUSE drops August 28th.
After releasing their cover, Slaughterhouse gives us their next single featuring Swizz Beatz. This is the shit we like to hear. welcome to: OUR HOUSE, August 28th. Produced by Mr. Porter. flex UPDATE: Throw away the tag version. The dirty CDQ is here.
Bathing in other rappers’ tears? Ha! After Robin Leach tells us how Mr. Mathers is living, Slaughterhouse and Cee-Lo get to live theirs in their new video. welcome to: Our House coming soon.
Slaughterhouse stays raw to the core like Reservoir Dogs on the cover of The Source’s summer music issue. On newsstands June 28. Photoshoot after the jump.