Slaughterhouse - Say Dat Then

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It’s been nearly six months since their last feature, and almost two years since their last album, but the men of Slaughterhouse are finally gearing up to release their sophomore album, House Rules. Tonight we get our first taste of that currently unscheduled project in the form of Say Dat Then, a subtly banging track that finds Crooked, Joell, Royce and Joe displaying high caliber lyricism we’ve come to expect from them. So…who had the best verse?

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