Rap-Up TV: Slaughterhouse Talks Shady Debut, Lessons from Eminem, & Love for Nas

On the eve of their album release, Rap-Up TV caught up with Slaughterhouse for a late night interview on L.A.’s Sunset Strip. Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Royce da 5’9” gathered around to discuss their Shady Records debut welcome to: OUR HOUSE, working with Eminem, and what they’re currently blasting in their cars.

“Dylan off the rip!” joked Joe Budden when asked what fans can expect from their new album, while Royce provided a more serious answer. “The album is basically what the naysayers say that we can’t do.”

As executive producer, Eminem was very hands-on, mixing, arranging, and even rapping on the album. “He put in as much work, if not more, than we did,” said Crooked I.

Joe and Joell were both inspired by their boss’ work ethic and humility, but didn’t feel pressure in the studio. “If you feel any pressure, it’s you applying it yourself ’cause he’s not giving you that energy,” shared Joe.

Aside from their own record, Royce has been listening to Nas’ latest Life Is Good. “I got Nas’ album on repeat,” he revealed. “I take it to all different eras of hip-hop. I’ll listen to ‘Accident Murderers,’ ‘World’s an Addiction,’ and then I’ll go back to It Was Written.”

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11 Comments

  1. white hos love BBC

    who df r they?

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    Shemale Reply:

    @white hos love BBC, Stop listening to Justin Bieber or Lil Wayne and maybe you’ll find out.

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  2. pete

    80,000 COPIES FIRST WEEK

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  3. fagan

    What! Atleast 250k in the first week!
    They are what the games been missing! They are the future of hip ho, hip hop is very much alive!

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  4. happy

    Nas all day! The purest to the art form.

    -One Love

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  5. JamesBond

    Slaughterhouse album is coming out tomorrow that is 28th of August 2012. lets all go and support real hip hop by buying the album. Who is with me?

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    white hos love BBC Reply:

    @JamesBond, not me

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    Blaow Reply:

    @JamesBond, Me

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  6. JamesBond

    @White hos love BBC, that message was addressed to the men and women not hos.

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  7. TheDreamer

    I’m going to have to check this album out. Seems like they have an appreciation for real hip-hop.

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  8. Dudey

    Im buying this album. This is real hip hop they are like outlawz in the old days and em is pac!

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