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.