Slaughterhouse has delayed its Shady Records debut welcome to: Our House from May 15th to June 12th.
BIZARRE says there is no beefs with D12 and was recently in the studio with Eminem and Mr. Porter
LA’s Power 106 premiered the new single from Kendrick Lamar featuring Dr. Dre. It’s produced By Scoop DeVille and was originally titled, “Women Weed and Weather”. That’s a recipe for success.
Kendrick Lamar ft. Dr. Dre — «The Recipe»:
Interview Kendrick Lamar и Dr. Dre на LA’s Power 106 Part1
Interview Kendrick Lamar и Dr. Dre на LA’s Power 106 Part2
The next 25 people to purchase Slaughterhouse tickets for the April 2nd show at the Royal Oak Music Theater at the Box Office will receive a free pair of tickets to the Detroit Piston’s home game April 5th vs The Wizards.
Slaughterhouse discuss Joe Budden’s arrest just before their March 29 concert at New York’s Best Buy Theater.
Eminem literally takes a hands-on approach with Slaughterhouse’s upcoming album, as the crew reveals he’ll handle the mixing and arranging of “Welcome To: Our House.”
By all accounts, Slaughterhouse’s upcoming album should be in stores at some point during the second quarter of 2012. An iTunes release of “Hammer Dance” and the fact that the Shady Records collective have already filmed an accompanying video back up the group’s statement that Welcome To: Our House will be dropping this spring. While pulling double duty performing at the Shady 2.0 Showcase and filming “Hammer Dance,” the group also revealed that Eminem will take on an additional role behind the scenes.
“Marshall is actually mixing right now—he’s actually mixing the entire album,” Royce Da 5’9 revealed to MTV. “So everything that’s mixed, he’s mixed. That wasn’t even the original plan, so we’re super excited about that. He’s just taking songs to another level.”
Royce added that the crew is “working out some minor tweaks” while the as yet to be revealed release date draws closer. Slaughterhouse’s peer/current label head, Eminem, has logged production credits for the likes of Jay-Z (“Renegade”) and Nas (“The Cross”) among others. And while it’s unclear if he’ll provide beats for Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz on their collective effort, it’s clear the crew is more than comfortable with him behind the console.
“Real talk, a lot of people don’t give Eminem enough credit for his production,” Crooked I added. “What he’s doing to add to the album is phenomenal. I think he deserves props and a salute for that.”
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