With their debut album, welcome to: OUR HOUSE, just a day from release, Rap-Up TV caught up with Slaughterhouse to get the final scoop on their long-awaited project.
They revealed what fans can expect from the record, with Crooked I promising “quality hip-hop” and “songs that have structures and hooks”, and Royce Da 5’9″ adding, “the album is basically what the naysayers say that we can’t do.”
The House Gang also detailed the involvement their Shady Records boss Eminem has had with the album, and spoke on what they’ve learned individually from working with him. Brooklyn representative Joell Ortiz attested to Shady’s work ethic, saying it encouraged him to up his game.
“Eminem is a celebrated, successful musician, producer, actor, everything you could possibly be… and he works harder than a lot of people I know,” he told. “If I learned anything from Eminem, it’s incredible work ethic. I definitely stepped away from those sessions in Detroit like, Yo, I gotta get in [the studio] harder.”