Eminem and Slaughterhouse hit “106 & Park’s The Backroom” for a special edition with Big Tigger and Just Blaze on the 1’s and 2’s. To sum it all up this freestyle session was completely slaughtered. Watch above.
Slaughterhouse BET Cypher 2013.
Here is a look at the official line up for the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher, The cypher will feature the whole TDE camp, the Slaughterhouse crew, A$AP Mob and more. Check out the official line ups below. The award show is set to air on October 15th.
Cypher 1: Wax, Rapsody, Emis Killa, Rittz, Jon Connor
Cypher 2: (A$AP Mob) A$AP Ferg, A$AP Twelvy, A$AP Nast, A$AP Ant & A$AP Rocky
Cypher 3: Action Bronson, Star Life Breezy, Travi$ Scott, Tifanny Foxx & Lil Kim
Cypher 4: (Salughterhouse) Joell Ortiz, Crooked I, Royce Da 5’9″ & Joe Budden
Cypher 5: (TDE) ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, Isaiah Rashad & Kendrick Lamar
Cypher 6: Chocolate Drop (aka Kevin Hart), Nick Cannon, Nelly, Boris Kodjoe, Dwayne Martin & JB Smooth
Cypher 7: Asia Sparks, Bad Lucc, Problem & Astro
Slaughterhouse was recently in the UK, During their time out there they stopped by BBC Radio 1 and made an appearance on the Charlie Sloth’s show. While on the show the whole Slaughterhouse crew freestyled over the “Numbers On The Board” instrumental. Check out the video footage above.
Funkmaster Flex finally brings us the official cover and tracklist for his upcoming double tape titled “Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?”. This project will feature Fabolous, Lil Wayne, A$AP Rocky, Action Bronson, Slaughterhouse, Wale, J.Cole, Camron, French Montana, Lloyd Banks, Smoke DZA, Young Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Juicy J, Waka Flocka Flame, Schoolboy Q, Kirko Bangz, Ne-Yo, Kendrick Lamar, Raekwon and more. This tape will be released on April 17th . Check out the official tracklist below.
Slaughterhouse releases their new visual “Goodbye”. Directed by Rik Cordero.
While in NY for a performance Slaugterhouse made their way back stage and sat down with Rise24.com for a very relaxed but intriguing interview. Casual conversation resulted in a great interview capturing Slaughterhouse Raw & Uncut like you’ve never seen. Here’s for a more unconventional but entertaining interview as we asked Slaughterhouse their hardest verse to write, which 90’s basketball players they would compare themselves to, and who they would’ve “knocked off” when they were 18. Be prepared for some unexpected responses.
Common, DJ Quik, Immortal Technique, Action Bronson, Layzie Bone & Flesh-N-Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Royce Da 5’9″ & Crooked I of Slaugtherhouse, and A-Trak describe what “This Generation” means to them. Be sure to pre-Order Murs & Fashawn upcoming album “This Generation” out Sept 25th.