01. The Slaughter (1:17) 02. Our House Feat Eminem and Skylar Grey (5:58) 03. Coffin Feat Busta Ryhmes (3:41) 04. Throw that Feat Eminem (3:58) 05. Hammer Dance (3:44) 06. Get Up (5:02) 07. My Life Feat Ceelo Green (4:21) 08. We Did it (0:41) 09. Flip A Bird (4:20) 10. Throw it Away Feat Swizz Beatz (4:15) 11. Rescue Me Feat Skylar Grey (3:40) 12. Frat House (3:48) 13. Goodbye (5:02) 14. Park it Sideways (3:56) 15. Die (5:04) 16. Our Way (5:40) 17. Asylum Feat Eminem (4:03) 18. Walk of Shame (4:06) 19. The Other Side (4:09) 20. Place to Be Feat B.O.B (3:54)

Welcome to Our House is the second studio album and first major release by hip hop supergroup Slaughterhouse, consisting of Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce da 5’9″. The album is due for release on August 28, 2012 via Shady Records and Interscope Records.


Slaughterhouse – welcome to : OUR HOUSE (Track List)

1. The Slaughter (Intro) 2. Our House (Feat. Eminem & Skylar Grey) 3. Coffin (Feat. Busta Rhymes) 4. Throw That (Feat. Eminem) 5. Hammer Dance 6. Get Up 7. My Life (Feat. Cee Lo Green) 8. We Did It (Skit) 9. Flip A Bird 10. Throw It Away (Feat. Swizz Beatz) 11. Rescue Me (Feat. Skylar Grey) 12. Frat House 13. Goodbye 14. Park It Sideways 15. Die 16. Our Way (Outro)

Deluxe version:

17. Asylum (Feat. Eminem) 18. Walk Of Shame 19. The Other Side 20. Place To Be (Feat. B.o.B)

New track by Obie Trice Featuring Eminem RICHARD


While the multiple delays os his new album TM103 – Hustler’z Ambition had the people doubting that it will ever come out, Jeezy is making sure that the wait was worthwhile. So far, the album sure is shaping up nicely. Roughly 20 days prior to the LP’s release there is now more fuel to be added to the fire as his collaboration with Freddie Gibbs and Eminem, titled “Talk to Me,” hits the digital sphere. As one might expect, the tracks boasts nothing less than hard lyricism over a Drumma Boy production for your audio pleasure. TM103 in stores December 20.|



Additional guest stars on his Shady Records debut include Gangsta Boo, Mystikal, Fefe Dobson and more.

The official tracklist has been revealed for Yelawolf’s upcoming Shady Records debut Radioactive, due November 21st.

The album features a healthy roster of guest appearances including Lil Jon, Mystikal, Fefe Dobson, Rittz, Eminem, Gangsta Boo, Shawty Fatt, Kid Rock and Killer Mike.

Check the official tracklist below (via HHNM).

1. Radioactive (Intro)
2. Get Away (Feat. Shawty Fatt & Mystikal)
3. Let’s Roll (Feat. Kid Rock)
4. Hard White (Up In The Club) (Feat. Lil Jon)
5. Growin’ Up In The Gutter (Feat. Rittz)
6. Throw It Up (Feat. Gangsta Boo & Eminem)
7. Good Girl
8. Made In The U.S.A.
9. Animal (Feat. Fefe Dobson)
10. The Hardest Love Song In The World
11. Write Your Name
12. Everything I Love The Most
13. Radio
14. Slumerican Shitizen (Feat. Killer Mike)
15. The Last Song

The Diplomats producer says that he’s hit the studio with the likes of Shady, Slaughterhouse and many others.

Flud Watches caught up with Cam’ron’s production mainstayAraabMUZIK as a part of their “Beats Per Minute” video series. During the interview, the Dipset beatsmith spoke about some of the production placement he’s got lined up for the coming year, and he dropped a few big names.

AraabMUZIK said the over the past few months, he’s hit the studio with the likes of Eminem, Slaughterhouse, Jadakiss and many others. He said that in addition to working with artists of that caliber, he’s also been getting more and more opportunities to perform at live events on his MPC.

“[Making beats] became like a job, something that I’m actually doing for a living,” he said. “I’m working with Slaughterhouse, Eminem, Busta Rhymes, Jadakiss, Fabolous, 50 Cent, obviously the new Cam’ron album. I was on Jim Jones’s last album. I’m definitely going to be on a lot of projects. It’s not just producing, it’s also performing now, so I’m definitely considered an artist/producer.”

The full interview can be seen below.




After being remixed and cited by Eminem as an influence, Masta Ace tells Montreality about possibly inspiring Eminem.

One of Masta Ace’s most memorable moments involved him rhyming with a Biz Markie puppet for his single, “Me And The Biz.” His fellow Juice Crew member, Biz, took the Hip Hop puppeteering in stride, and—as it regards him influencing Eminem—it appears Ace does the same. When asked about the subject by Montreality, the Juice Crew alum gave his thoughts on any similarities between himself and Slim Shady.

“The first time somebody said to me that they thought Eminem sounded like me, I personally didn’t hear that,” Ace explained to Montreality.com. “To me he sounded unique…he sounded like nobody that I had ever heard before.


The subject has been brought up before, when Em remixed Ace’s “Slaughtahouse” in 2008. Ace told HipHopDX he was honored then, and he essentially echoed that statement in regards to Eminem citing him as an influence. The Slaughtahouse album dropped in 1993, and Ace said that he related to how much of an influence certain albums can be during a Hip Hop fan’s formative years.

“We all influence each other,” Ace added. “I listen to many different rappers. And sometimes I hear something in somebody’s flow that gives me an idea for how I wanna flow on my next joint…If it was something he took from me, he flipped it and made it his.”


 saw this classic Dilated Peoples (Rakaa & Evidence) and Eminem track on the house of dope and it set me off on a three hour Eminem freestyle binge. Listen, I’m genuinely glad the man’s sober now, and that he’s the only rapper who can make legitimately dope music and outsell Lil Wayne, but honestly? I miss the old school, freestyle like a motherfucker Em. That’s the Em I grew up with, the one who was bitter and angry and popped pills like they were Tics Tacs.

In fact, my first real exposure to Slim Shady was on his original Wake Up Show Freestyle. Where was I the first time I heard Em? I was driving late at night in high school, listening to 88.9 on the radio (what up Boston) and this shit blew my mind. I think I might have literally yelled at the radio to play it again:

Unfortunately for me, and probably fortunately for him, it looks like those days insane freestyle days are over. Sure, he’ll still bust out a crazy freestyle on occasion, like when Tim Westwood comes calling, but they’re few and far between.

(By the way, the best part of that video is actually Mr. Porter’s “no fucking way am I rhyming after that, switch the beat” face at the 4:00 mark.) I know I’m getting old, but it’s crazy that an entire generation of kids have grown up watching 8 Mile but have never seen an actual Eminem battle.

Em’s freestyle days, and certainly his battle days, are more than less over. All good things come to an end, and it frankly doesn’t make sense for Slim to battle when he can sell out a stadium. But that doesn’t mean I can’t reminiscence on the good ol’ days. So feel free to put up a “Lighter”, but if you’re looking for me I’ll be busy beating up a retarded kid named Greg with a wooden leg.

Play Dilated Peoples (Rakaa & Evidence) & Eminem – Wake Up Show Freestyle
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O. Trice explains that his upcoming LP will also tout production from Em and Dr. Dre.

Obie Trice has revealed that his upcoming album Bottoms Up will include at least two songs that feature Eminem. Speaking with XXLMag.com, the Detroit, Michigan native explained that not only does Em appear on the LP, but both Em and Dr. Dre contribute production.

“It could be more [than two Eminem-featured songs],” said Obie, naming “No Turning Back” as one of the tracks. “I think it’s a great album. […] I’m older, I’m real excited.”

Obie will release Bottoms Up on his own imprint Black Market Entertainment in January 2012.

Eminem is not to be fucked with,” says Game in a recent interview. Eminem is renowned for various facets of his emceeing ability, but none perhaps more than his scathing disses. Whether it be “Nail in the Coffin,” “The Sauce,” “Girls,” or a slew of other tracks, Slim Shady has proven himself to be no slouch when it comes to penning insults. One emcee who has taken notice is Game, who in a recent interview with MTV News explained that Eminem is essentially untouchable. “One thing that stuck with me is that Eminem is not to be fucked with ever in Hip Hop, ever,” he explained to Sway Calloway. “If you notice out of everybody I take a shot at, that’s the only person that’s untouched. He’s in a bubble and you don’t even say nothing to Eminem. To anybody that ever does, God bless you,” said Game of Em, with whom he collaborated on the song “We Ain’t.” “He’ll end your career.” Watch the interview below:

Watch the interview below: