Royce Da 5’9 Cracks Lost Slaughterhouse Vault With New Snippet
Written by B87FM on July 5, 2021
The Slaughterhouse saga has been a protracted and winding highway. For all intents and functions, the group’s run got here to an finish following the discharge of Welcome To Our Home, their Shady Information debut album.
Although it was admittedly divisive, largely partly to its shift in manufacturing and total strategy to songwriting, many followers remained optimistic that their deliberate follow-up undertaking Glass Home would have been an enormous improve. Set to be government produced by the legendary Simply Blaze, the group went on to file no scarcity of fabric for the album. Alas, resulting from myriad causes starting from label battle to over-active schedules, Glass Home by no means noticed the sunshine of day.
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For years now, the sophomoric Slaughterhouse drop has remained considered one of hip-hop’s many misplaced treasures, becoming a member of the likes of Eminem’s Relapse 2, Dr. Dre’s Detox, and Younger Thug’s HY!£UN35 within the class of wayward albums. Nonetheless, that hasn’t stored Slaughterhouse loyalists from holding out hope for its eventual launch, and even sure members like KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz have stored that specific flame burning.
Royce Da 5’9 is the newest to boost new consideration to Glass Home, having not too long ago taken to Instagram to crack open the Slaughterhouse vault and provide up a peek of an unreleased banger. “Slaughterhouse was so vile, vulgar and violent…” captions Royce, clearly feeling nostalgic. “I blame @joebudden. We should always’ve completed these bro…”
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Joell Ortiz was fast to slip into the feedback part, making it abundantly clear that he nonetheless feels an obligation to the followers. “This shit nonetheless hit totally different,” writes Ortiz. “We gotta get again in there, end up then get it to the individuals!!” If that wasn’t sufficient, the snippet additionally introduced Simply Blaze into the fold, who made his presence felt with a fast “oh hello.”
For these nonetheless holding out hope for Glass Home, or no less than some variation of it, maybe there may be certainly some motive for optimism. Try the snippet under, in full vile, vulgar, and violent glory.