Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Joe Budden denies "Monster" title for Slaughterhouse album

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Much speculation has surrounded Slaughterhouse since their inception. A number of the hottest rappers in the game united to put together a supergroup. Joe Budden, a rapper known for his issues with 50 Cent, was a part of the group. Eminem still signed the group to Shady Records.

From who was going to be in the group to what label they were going to sign with, Slaughterhouse has been in the news. Upon making things official with Shady, there have been many rumors about the name of their album. The group released their debut album in 2009 through an independent label.

There have been rumors of the album being named Monster. The rumors have been going on for some time. Joe Budden recently spoke out, denying the title of the album even being chosen yet. Budden questioned why people would even think they would name their album Monster. Sometime during the summer season, an official album title will be released.


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