Posts tagged “Crooked I

Bad Meets Evil feat. Slaughterhouse – Loud Noises

Bad Meets Evil feat. Slaughterhouse – Loud Noises – Click To Listen

Slaughterhouse – Sun Doobie

Slaughterhouse – Sun Doobie – Click To Listen

Prod. By Mr. Porter

Slaughterhouse feat. The LOX – Put Some Money On It (Remix)

Slaughterhouse feat. The LOX – Put Some Money On It (Remix) – Click To Listen


Slaughterhouse – Back On the Scene f. Dres (of Black Sheep)

 This Track is Crack, can’t wait for more Slaughterhouse material, new EP to drop Feb. 8th.  Click HERE to listen and download

Eminem feat. Slaughterhouse – Session One

Eminem feat. Slaughterhouse – Session One – Click To Listen & DL

Prod. By Just Blaze

iTunes bonus track from the “Recovery” Deluxe Edition

And so it begins…….

Crooked I – “Mr. Pigface”

Scram Jones “3RD DEGREE” Ft. Saigon, Nino Bless & Crooked I video

Slaughterhouse – Microphone (Video)

Royce Da 5’9″ Sheds Some Light On A Possible Slaughterhouse/Shady Records Deal

Upon being featured in a cameo capacity in the “Forever” video, rumors of Slaughterhouse negotiating a deal with Eminem‘s Shady Records began circulating the internet. Yesterday (Sept. 28), Slaughterhouse member Royce Da 5’9″ lent some credence to those rumors.

I’ve been talking to Em and Paul [Rosenberg, Eminem‘s manager] for a long time,” said Royce to MTV News. “With this particular situation, things are falling into place. Everything is in place where it’s supposed to be. I’m very prepared [for] when the opportunity presented itself. It’s a time where there’s things they need over here and certain things we need in order to move over there. I think it’s a good marriage. Like I said, I just hope it can happen.

Royce and Eminem famously collaborated on “Bad Meets Evil” on Eminem‘s 1999 major-label debut, the Slim Shady LP. The two formed a group together bearing the same name as the song. The two became distant during the making of Dr. Dre‘s 1999 album, 2001, and had a falling out in 2002 around the time 50 Cent was signed to Shady/Aftermath.

The two Detroit emcees reconciled in 2008 following a controversy involving one of Eminem‘s Shady Records signees, Cashis


Slaughterhouse feat. Fat Man Scoop – Onslaught 2

Slaughterhouse feat. Fat Man Scoop – Onslaught 2 – Click To Listen

prod. by Emile (off “Slaughterhouse”)