Slaughterhouse Gives New Meaning To Bar-Brawl on Southpaw’s R.N.S. (Video)

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Slaughterhouse’s “R.N.S.” is a lyrical upper-cut within the Southpaw soundtrack. The Just Blaze and araabMUZIK-produced song featuring Royce Da 5’9″, Joell Ortiz, Crooked I, and Joe Budden is more of the same pedigree from the hardcore Rap quartet. For the video, it’s bars and concrete—beyond the rapping, as the Shady Records outfit delivers their rugged 16s from an industrial liar. Per usual, each MC has their own special backdrop.

Is this the perfect set-up to the Glasshouse album roll-out?

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