Slaughterhouse - Truth or Truth

Posted 4 years ago
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Although Hip-Hop supergroup Slaughterhouse are gearing up for the release of their welcome to: OUR HOUSE album, the group has still managed to drop off a new record from their forthcoming On The House mixtape. Titled Truth Or Truth, the record is a nearly 15-minute long venting session for the four emcees who seem to get quite a lot off their chests with a little help from Rick RossTears Of Joy instrumental. Royce Da 5’9” sets the truthful tone on the record as he raps, “Now let’s talk about the BET Awards where Kanye went to the podium for the win/ And mentioned everyone in the same category as him, but me and Em.” Following Royce, Joe Budden, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz all take turns putting their hearts on their sleeves as they drop a series of genuine verses over the No I.D. instrumental. While a release date for On The House remains unknown, welcome to: OUR HOUSE, is currently set to be released on August 28.

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