Yo MMG is straight everywhere nowadays if you haven’t noticed. In this clip Meek Mill concludes his Dreamchasers Tour at the Irving Plaza in New York City with performances by Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Slaughterhouse, Machine Gun Kelly, and more. Can you feel the energy by watching this clip? I can. Shot by 1st Impressions.
Where days maybe even a few weeks away from Slaughterhouses upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape titled On The House, today they go in for 15 minutes over Rick Ross’s Tears Of Joy track for the latest leak from tape. Their album welcome to: OUR HOUSE in stores August 28th.
If you’ve paid any attention to Eminem lately you would know he has been working on Slaughterhouse’s sophomore album called Welcome to: Our House. From popping up at Slaughterhouse shows in Detroit as well in NY last night for his special G-Shock performance. Eminem told Sway on Shady 45 radio, “I’ve actually kinda just started. I’ve been on the move a little bit too, so I’ve in between things, sneak songs in here and there.” Em also said, “I feel like hip-hop needs this [Welcome to: Our House].” Does hip-hop need SH’s newest album? Or do we need another Eminem album more? Personally, I want the new SH album more because of the time and things put into this album. But it has been two years since we have seen an album from Eminem. Will Eminem be able to do numbers like he has with his previous albums? Photo via: The Source.
Above, is a quick preview for Slaughterhouses upcoming record I See Dead People. Joe Budden then reveals the project title which will be called On The House. We will be receiving this Gangsta Grillz mixtape before their album drops August 28th, so be on the lookout for that.
Slaughterhouse is getting ready to release their new album titled welcome to: OUR HOUSE, but before they feed the streets they come through with the official artwork for the project. Album in stores August 28th
Update: Added official tracklist after the jump
After the four-headed beast comes through, it’s pretty much time to shut it down. And Premo’s on the tables? End this series. Who’s coming in and doing what these guys did? It ain’t a problem. I’d put these four up against anyone bar for bar. Bet that. Welcome to: Our House drops August 28th.
The Slaughter’s took New York City by storm the other night, ripping the BB Kings stage apart track after track. Above you can peep a clip of them performing their AraabMUZIK produced Hammer Dance. Hit the jump to watch an interview with Fuse where the fearsome foursome discuss their ablum pushback, an upcoming mixtape and their now confirmed collaboration with TDE’s Black Hippy crew. Welcome To: OUR HOUSE drop’s on August 28th.