Now the last few tracks I’ve heard these two on together: “echo”,”living proof”,”2.0 boys” and the buzz single “fastlane” I’m gonna have to say Royce got the better of Em on all four tracks. Lets hope he steps up his “MC” skills on this one and gives us the insane back and fourth flows we all know he’s capable of! This album could be incredible and a big step in bringing lyricism back to the forefront.
Yo shout out to HardKnockTV for this dope interview of Slaughterhouse.Â Nick Huff Barili asked some good questions. From what they are saying, their sophmore album is going to be rich in detail about their lives, not just witty punchlines (not that anything is wrong with punchlines). Royce explains how he is learning from the other 3 about that, cause he never really wrote about his personal life, he can spit metaphors and gun rhymes all day, but now he’s gonna go in more. Sounds like this next project is gonna be crazy! I’m still digesting the first album (pause?).
This is on MTV News. Apparently, some of the producers didn’t even know what their tracks were being submitted for, they just sent SHADY some tracks. They hadn’t announced Eminem’s and Royce Da 5’9 ‘s”BAD MEETS EVIL” yet. The producers (Mr. Porter, Havoc, Bangladesh, DJ Khalil) talk about their beats that they contributed which will end up on the project.
According to MTV News,
The idea for a Bad Meets Evil EP first came about while Porter and Royce were working on Royce’s solo album.
Ludacris Ft. Slaughterhouse & Claret Jai – F5 (Furiously Dangerous) produced by Mr. Porter. One of my favorite solo MC’s with one of my favorite groups, produced by one of my favorite producers, for one of my favorite mo– errrrr! Okay, I’ll stop there, lol. I can’t stand the Furious movies, but the song is dope. I say Mouse got this one. What do y’all think?