Slaughterhouse leaves their home a pigsty on the cover of their oft-delayed Shady Records debut welcome to: OUR HOUSE, due August 28. The rap supergroup—Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Royce da 5’9″—collaborate with Cee-Lo Green on the lead single “My Life” and Swizz Beatz on its follow-up “Throw It Away.”
Slaughterhouse relishes in their accolades on “My Life,” the new single off their sophomore album Welcome To: Our House, due June 12. Featuring an exuberant Cee Lo Green on the hook, the rap supergroup weighs in on the riches they’ve enjoyed since hitting it big, over Streetrunner production.
Joe Budden draws the role of narrator in the new episode of Slaughterhouse’s “Welcome To: OUR HOUSE” tour series. Taking time to touch base on his recent arrest in NYC, the Jersey-bred MC gives insight as to how the crew records while traveling on the road, reciting verses penned on their cellular devices between stops on their cross-country tour.
Joell Ortiz recaps Slaughterhouse’s visit to the Big Apple in a new installment of the group’s “Welcome To: OUR HOUSE” tour series. After a quick visit to Angie Martinez’s radio show on Hot 97, Joell sets the record straight about the NYPD’s apprehension of Joe Budden during a meet-and-greet with fans before their sold-out show at the Best Buy Theatre.
Crooked I narrates the third week of Slaughterhouse’s “Welcome To: OUR HOUSE” tour, sharing some adventures from the group’s time spent down south. After feasting at Sam’s BBQ in Austin, Texas, the four MCs wrap up a photo shoot for their Shady Records debut, before introducing viewers to The Snackfather.
Slaughterhouse continues their trek through the deep south in the second episode of their “Welcome To: OUR HOUSE” tour series. Royce Da 5’9” recalls a dispute over Patron that almost resulted in the cancellation of their New Orleans show, then discusses the group’s time at South by Southwest, meeting MC Hammer, being upstaged by Kanye West and the cultural impact of his catch phrase “Hi, Rihanna.”
Slaughterhouse assaulted the Austin Music Hall stage during opening duties for the Shady 2.0 showcase at South by Southwest. The four members—Joe Budden, Crooked I, Joell Ortiz and Royce Da 5’9″—were on fire all night, closing their set with an Araabmuzik-assisted rendition of their new cut “Hammer Dance.”