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A lot of Slaughterhouse fans feel like the group has some making up to do. Since signing with Eminem’s Shady Records and being rescued from dwelling unnoticed on indie label E1, the perception is that the quartet have sold their souls for major label exposure. And though there is a fine line between blatantly aiming for radio…

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Eminem is continuing in dedication to bringing lyric driven hip-hop back to the forefront. First there were his signings of supergroup Slaughterhouse and Alabama emcee Yelawolf, now Slim Shady has unveiled plans of  put together a battle rap reality show in the near future. Apparently he’s even already lined up a host for the upcoming program.…

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Slaughterhouse Shows Off Tattoos  A talented supergroup composed of four Shady Records rappers is covering the latest issue of Urban Ink magazine. Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5’9 and Crooked I, collectively known as Slaughterhouse, are gracing the latest issue of the tattoo appreciation publication. In it they discuss their affinity for body art…

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At this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards, Eminem’s Shady Records crew shined during their fan-favored Cypher, but it was a few flirty lines about Rihanna from Em’s Bad Meets Evil partner, Royce Da 5’9, that sent the online world buzzing with interest and cemented the phrase, “Hi, Rihanna,” as the new buzz term of the minute.…

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Former Detroit underground rapping duo and one-time bitter rivals, Eminem and Royce Da 5’9, haven’t collaborated under their group moniker, Bad Meets Evil, in 12 years. But now, following their reconciliation, the two have announced that they are planning to release an EP together this summer through Shady/Interscope Records According to a statement released by…

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