Rap supergroup Slaughterhouse—Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Crooked I, and Royce Da 5’9″—reconvene and wreak havoc in the video for “R.N.S.” Produced by Just Blaze and araabMUZIK, the beat’s raucous guitar samples provide the perfect soundtrack for the crew’s aggressive, confident verses. Joell starts the song off by describing a fight that broke out over a dice game—we witness the fight transpire, including a bottle broken over someone’s head.
Budden comes in on the second verse, rapping from a wheelchair as he’s rolled across the room. KXNG Crooked takes the final verse, spitting on a rooftop while the characters from the first scene steal a policeman’s gun and march him up to the roof.
“R.N.S.” comes off the Southpaw soundtrack, which is executive produced by Eminem. The Detroit rapper just screened the film in Detroit for the first time, at an event attended by the film’s star Jake Gyllenhaal.
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) July 20, 2015
Meanwhile, Joe Budden has released his new solo single “Broke” from his upcoming album All Love Lost, due Oct. 9. It’s an ode to a jilted ex-lover, with an anthemic sing-along chorus.