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September's Muve Headliner Slaughterhouse: The Meaning behind the song “Frat House”

Muve Music Headliner: Slaughterhouse

Widely acclaimed as individual artists, Slaughterhouse formed in late 2008 after Crooked I from Long Beach, CA, Joell Ortiz from Brooklyn, NY and Royce da 5’9” from Detroit appeared on “Slaughterhouse” on the Halfway House album from Harlem-born, New Jersey-raised Joe Budden.  They then named the collective after the song. 


Known for being brash and outspoken, last year Slaughterhouse issued a self-titled EP and brought their West Coast meets East Coast and Detroit sound to “Loud Noises,” from gold-certified, #1-charting Hell: The Sequel from Bad Meets Evil, a collaboration between Royce and Eminem. This wasn’t the first time the group collaborated with Eminem, they also contributed to “Session One,” a bonus track on Eminem’s Recovery. 


As Muve Headliners in September, Slaughterhouse, Shady/Interscope Records joined forces with Muve Music on the launch of their debut album, welcome to: OUR HOUSE in stores now.  In conjunction with the album release, you can listen to exclusive Muve Sessions track by track commentary from the artists themselves.


Check out Joell Ortiz’s story behind the song “Frat House” in this exclusive Muve Sessions commentary sample, available now on Cricket Nation


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