Hip hop was excited when word broke that Slaughterhouse (Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9″, Crooked I, Joel Ortiz) signed to Shady Records. Anticipation built as many Slaughterhouse fans anxiously awaited the first release from Slaughterhouse under Shady Records. After stealing the show with the BET Cypher, Welcome To Our House was a must have album from all Slaughterhouse fans old and new. Well here it is and Dead End Hip Hop has your review of Slaughterhouse’s welcome to: Our House album. Let’s get this conversation started and let us know what you think about the album and our review in…
Slaughterhouse goes in over “Tears Of Joy” for nearly 15 minutes. I’m about to push play right now and see how this goes. 15 minutes?!
Dead End Hip Hop discusses the BET Cyphers. You asked for it on Twitter. You asked for it on Facebook. You asked for it in the comment section. You emailed us. Well, here it is. Most of you that follow us on Twitter heard real time what we thought about the BET Cyphers as it took place. We get together to give you the Dead End Hip Hop take on the BET Cyphers. No Politics. No BS.
What do you get when you have Dead End Hip Hop, Eminem, Yelawolf, & Slaughterhouse? Another Dead End Hip Hop Conversation that’s what! You have asked for our opinions on hip hop super groups and first up are Eminem and the 2.0 Boys. It’s only fitting that we give our 2.0 cents (see what we did there) on this whole situation. Will it work or not? Can Slaughterhouse break through the mainstream force fields? Will Yelawolf carry on Eminem’s tradition of dope bars? We give you our take on this developing situation and the House of Shady.