He had a few choice words for their fans. I think we kind of knew this anyway.
Fat Joe drops a few bars over Slaughterhouse’s “Goodbye” track as a tribute to Chris Lighty. scr: ifwt
And the one song in which we discussed a bit in our review of Slaughterhouse welcome To: Our House.
Hip hop was excited when word broke that Slaughterhouse (Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9″, Crooked I, Joel Ortiz) signed to Shady Records. Anticipation built as many Slaughterhouse fans anxiously awaited the first release from Slaughterhouse under Shady Records. After stealing the show with the BET Cypher, Welcome To Our House was a must have album …
On Sway In The Morning, Slaughterhouse says no one can compete with them bar for bar. Not G.O.O.D. Music, Black Hippy, etc. I mean, should they think any other way? Check out Royce’s comment about working with other emcees. Hahaha he’s kidding but he’s so serious.
Slaughterhouse stops by the Breakfast Club to talk their new album. They talked about quite a few things including criticism from fans.