Welcome to the South Easy
I should like Slaughterhouse. I mean, I like all the individual parts of Slaughterhouse. I liked the first self titled album. That had some good tracks on. Then when they signed to Shady Records, it all seemed to slip a little bit. Sure, I picked up Welcome to Our House, but it didn’t seem to quite click for me. I can’t even remember much about it aside from it having that dreary Skylar Grey wailing on a few tracks and another track that sampled Dr Alban’s Its My Life, a track which used to advertise feminine hygiene products on TV over here (Dr Alban’s, not the Slaughterhouse version. That would be plain weird). Anyway, here’s a new joint from Jump Up Joe Beezy, Ortiz, Crooked and Nickel Nine which gives me a little hope for the future as they hand over the production reins to the ever reliable DJ Premier. Take it away fellas.