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Album Review

Released after the announcement that they had signed with Shady, Eminem’s record label, the Slaughterhouse EP has “contractual obligation” written all over it. Fortunately, the superstar street crew (Crooked I, Joell Ortiz, Royce da 5'9", and Joe Budden) make integrity a top priority, so this odds-and-ends escape route is still satisfying as long as fans consider it a sideline release. The opening “Back on the Scene” is grand enough to kick off an album, but here it leads into a preview of what might be as the Mr. Porter — as in Eminem’s hype man — production “Sun Doobie” kicks hard with its Dr. Dre-influenced production. After “Everybody Down” (“I’m all about my business/You all about your bitchness”) lays out some wonderfully crooked soul from Detroit-based producer Black Milk, it’s on to the remixes, including one of Joell Ortiz’s solo cuts, “Put Some Money on It,” which features the great punch line “I'm on BET more than Leprechaun 3.” Earn your “hardcore fan” status by checking their debut, and then head back here if Slaughterhouse have made it into your Top Ten.

Customer Reviews

Very much worth to buy, 100% better than the obligatory autotune songs these days.

Album is solid. For those who don't know, Slaughterhouse consists of Royce Da 5'9", Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden and Crooked I. Every one of them are lyrical beats on the microphone. The album delivers on lyrical punchlines, a solid, yet refreshing beat selection and some skits where they make fun of Joe Budden mind (and the fact he says a lot of "PAUSE" when he speaks). "Sound Off" is the first song and really transfers the vibe that they want to bring to the fans. Not only is this a banger, but it starts off the album in a very positive light. I like it. "Lyrical Murderers" and "Microphone" are no different. The rest is very solid work. "Raindrops" is another wow joint. Be sure to check out "Not Tonight", "In the Mind of Maddness skit" (if you know the best rapper of the World Wide Web a.k.a Joey Jumpoff), "Cuckoo", "Onslaught 2", "Salute", "Pray", "Cut You Loose", "Fight Klub",... Matter fact, just buy the album, it's crazy, and it's only 8,99 € !


Formed: 2008

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When Crooked I, Joell Ortiz, and Royce da 5'9" joined Joe Budden on his 2008 mixtape Halfway House, the chemistry on their collaborative track meant "Slaughterhouse" the song would quickly become Slaughterhouse the hip-hop supergroup. Other tracks recorded at their initial meeting bypassed the usual music distribution channels and were leaked to the net, including "Move On," which gave the music press the group's backstory in song. They recorded their debut album in a mere six days, signed to the...
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