Slaughterhouse Make Some Real Fight Music for Southpaw (Audio)

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For the last few years, the members of Slaughterhouse have been pursuing their individual muses. Since their album Welcome to: Our House was released, Royce Da 5’9″ teamed with DJ Premier to form PRhyme, Joell Ortiz released 2014’s House Slippers and human, a collaborative album with !LLmind (in stores now), Crooked I has re-branded to Kxng Crooked and released Sex, Money & Hip-Hop, as well as a steady supply of loosies, and Joe Budden has developed a podcast, starred in a reality show and released his own solo album, No Love Lost. Despite all the separate activity, the collective efforts of Slaughterhouse still remain very much intact, as they prep their upcoming LP, Glass House.

Now, they have released a preview of what to possibly expect from the new project, by way of their contribution to the Southpaw soundtrack. The boxing movie starring Jake Gyllenhall, Rachel McAdams, 50 Cent and more, appears to be using the soundtrack as a major complement to the story. It features new music from Eminem, PRhyme & Logic, Bad Meets Evil and more. “R.N.S.,” the Slaughterhouse track, is rowdy rebel music, produced by araabMUZIK and Just Blaze. It picks up on the film’s themes of staying true and not taking ish from anyone. Check it out.

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