Slaughterhouse - House Rules

Posted 2 years ago

In August of 2012, Slaughterhouse released a free mixtape, On the House, which was followed by their major label debut, Welcome to: Our House. Since then the fearsome foursome has only made four appearances at The DJBooth, just twice in the last 12 months. Today, that has changed with the release of House Rules, an freebie appetizer meant to wet the palates of fans who are anxiously awaiting the release of their third LP, Glasshouse.

Included on the 10-track project is pre-release single "Say Dat Then." No special guests join Joe Budden, Royce Da 5'9", Crooked I and Joell Oritz.

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