Sunday, August 14, 2011

Slaughterhouse to release Lead Single before Year's End

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Eminem hinted at signing Slaughterhouse, almost immediately after the rappers joined forces. Having been away from the spotlight for five years, Eminem was just making a comeback, himself. Back to the top of the game, he laid several feuds to rest.

Joe Budden had been at odds with 50 Cent, ever since both rappers made it big, in 2003. Despite both being Detroit natives, Eminem had issues with Royce da 5'9 for years. Eminem laid all these issues to rest and prepared to sign Slaughterhouse, which also included Joell Ortiz and Crooked I.

Following the release of their 2009 self-titled debut album through E1 Music (formerly Koch Records), the group was signed to Shady Records. For the entirety of 2010 and for most of 2011, the most the fans have heard from Slaughterhouse has been talk. Outside of the talk, the biggest news made was Joell Ortiz with his controversial "Big Pun Back" single.

Recently, Royce da 5'9 opened up about the ongoing on the crew. Royce promised their second album was well on it's way. He promised at least a new single, if not a full album, would come before the end of the year.


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