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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Up to this point, Eminem and Justin Bieber might not have had a lot in common… until now.
According to TMZ, Biebz and Slim Shady are being named in a lawsuit by a company called Moonstone Management, which just filed a lawsuit in L.A. County Superior Court claiming it hired another company, J-Mike, in 2010 to recruit either Eminem or Bieber for a concert in Seoul, Korea, but apparently J-Mike never came through.
The suit also claims Moonstone paid J-Mike a $300,000 down payment to guarantee the superstars, but after stringing Moonstone along for months without delivering, J-Mike eventually called off the deal without returning the advance.
Now, Moonstone is suing J-Mike to get its money back as well as unspecified damages.
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Mr. Porter leaves D12 group. About it he wrote in the Twitter.
“I love every moment I have shared on this planet and with the people I shared it with I will always love the legacy I was apart off#D12”
On March 19th after performing in South Florida’s Revolution, Slaughterhouse caught up with RawhustleTV and shared details of the group forming, the process behind “HammerDance” as well as who to expect on their Shady Records release, Welcome To: Our House.
All members of Slaughterhouse are impressive lyricist and all got their due in props. Life has made them switch lanes but these rap underground heroes have finally been given a chance of a lifetime under Shady Records. We were able to catch them backstage in South Florida for an exclusive interview after their show on March 19th at Revolution Live. Each member of the slaughterhouse machine spoke on how the group was formed, the process in the studio, album features, and more!