Is Slaughterhouse on track to become the best super-group hip-hop has ever seen? Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9”, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz have come a long way since the inception of their now epic group. Within two years Slaughterhouse has built a huge fan base and established themselves as some of the game’s most lyrical emcees. After recently being signed to Shady Records, the foursome will be releasing a self-titled EP on February 8, in conjunction with their feature on the front cover of XXL, but before they do, they’ve released another joint, entitled Sun Doobie, to increase anticipation for their sophomore project. Behind the boards Mr. Porter produces a hardcore track with a grungy drum snare that will have your head nodding from the beginning while Budden, Royce, Crooked and Joell jump on board one by one, delivering raw and cunning lyrics claiming that 2011 is their year. Well, are they right? Is Slaughterhouse poised to take over the game this year? What the hell is a Sun Doobie? We can only assume all our questions will be answered soon.
Written by richard on 02/1/11
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"Slaughterhouse ft. Various Artists" (2008)
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