Royce Da 5'9 On Slaughterhouse: "Let's All Move On"


A few days ago, KXNG Crooked announced he was quitting hip-hop supergroup Slaughterhouse. The news came as a shock but it was slightly expected. The rap group comprising of members: Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5'9 and Crooked haven't released an album as a collective since 2012's somewhat disappointing Welcome To Our House. 



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Amidst Crooked's departure, fans began to ponder if the group was officially disbanded and if we'd ever get to hear their long awaited "Glass House" album. When a concerned fan asked Royce on Twitter if the group was done, he replied with: "Done deal. Let's all move on. It was fun" --- signaling an end to the once prolific rap group.




Slaughterhouse's demise doesn't mark the end of their individual rap careers (maybe, except for Joe, who's now enjoying life as a media person.) Crooked made it clear that he wants to keep rapping, Ortiz is still out being Ortiz while Royce never left the building.

Speaking of Royce - the Detroit emcee just unveiled the tracklist for his forthcoming album Book Of Ryan. Due May 4, "Book Of Ryan" is set to feature the likes of Pusha T, Fabolous, T-Pain, Eminem, Marsha Ambrosius, Logic, and Jadakiss. It's a pretty damn good line up, and oh ... The album also features J. Cole on "Boblo Boat." Pre-order it here.




Royce Da 5'9 On Slaughterhouse: "Let's All Move On" Royce Da 5'9 On Slaughterhouse: "Let's All Move On" Reviewed by MoneyTalks Ent,Business on 12:06:00 AM Rating: 5
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