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Three/21 and E1 present the trailer for the highly anticipated Slaughterhouse music video for The One. Be on the lookout for the video premiere on MTV Jams (hourly) and MTV2 Sucka Free this Sunday July 12. Single out on iTunes now click here to get that. We numba one fool!!!

http://2dopeboyz.okayplayer.com/2009/07/09/slaughterhouse-the-one-trailer/



 

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I would love for Slaughterhouse to get major air play.
 

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trailer looks professional as hell. finally


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looks very good. I love the wake up the scene with the nice ladies, quite fun  ;D

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At first I was happy to see this was going to get on MTV and MTV2, but I just previewed the song, and the song is cliche' and it's trash.  You know I'm tired of hearing about how these dudes were supposed to blow up, and that the record labels have failed them.  Maybe they've failed themselves, because Royce hasn't been tight since 2001, Budden and Crooked were never tight, and Dre dropped Joel Ortiz for a reason.
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At first I was happy to see this was going to get on MTV and MTV2, but I just previewed the song, and the song is cliche' and it's trash.  You know I'm tired of hearing about how these dudes were supposed to blow up, and that the record labels have failed them.  Maybe they've failed themselves, because Royce hasn't been tight since 2001, Budden and Crooked were never tight, and Dre dropped Joel Ortiz for a reason.


I never got into Budden, even though I really tried, and Crooked was too repetitive for me. I liked Royce a lot more on guest appearances and mix tapes than on his own albums, and I never even knew who Ortiz was until this group was announced. I do find it silly and stupid that they are getting into a beef with Wu Tang. So I guess I agree with you hear. The track One isn't anything special to me either.

It's certainly not this great posse cut

 

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I would love for Slaughterhouse to get major air play.
 

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At first I was happy to see this was going to get on MTV and MTV2, but I just previewed the song, and the song is cliche' and it's trash.  You know I'm tired of hearing about how these dudes were supposed to blow up, and that the record labels have failed them.  Maybe they've failed themselves, because Royce hasn't been tight since 2001, Budden and Crooked were never tight, and Dre dropped Joel Ortiz for a reason.
-Royce is still tight - peep the new EP
Crooked & Joe Budden aren't tight? Are you crazy? Crooked is probably the best MC out right now - and Raekwon from the Wu would pretty much co-sign that. Unless you are only familiar with the "Pump it Up" Joe Budden, because he has been INSANE on the Mic since then ("Padded Room" is a great album)

Dre dropped Joell for a reason? Same reason he dropped Rakim, King Tee and Raekwon? Is that because there bad MC's or they don't have money making mainstream potential? Just because Dre dropped him doesn't mean he ain't tight...Dr. Dre has one thing on his agenda and that is to make money.
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At first I was happy to see this was going to get on MTV and MTV2, but I just previewed the song, and the song is cliche' and it's trash.  You know I'm tired of hearing about how these dudes were supposed to blow up, and that the record labels have failed them.  Maybe they've failed themselves, because Royce hasn't been tight since 2001, Budden and Crooked were never tight, and Dre dropped Joel Ortiz for a reason.
-Royce is still tight - peep the new EP
Crooked & Joe Budden aren't tight? Are you crazy? Crooked is probably the best MC out right now - and Raekwon from the Wu would pretty much co-sign that. Unless you are only familiar with the "Pump it Up" Joe Budden, because he has been INSANE on the Mic since then ("Padded Room" is a great album)

Dre dropped Joell for a reason? Same reason he dropped Rakim, King Tee and Raekwon? Is that because there bad MC's or they don't have money making mainstream potential? Just because Dre dropped him doesn't mean he ain't tight...Dr. Dre has one thing on his agenda and that is to make money.

Don't mind him, he's one of those "Fairweather Fans". He was sporting a Slaughter House picture in his signature a couple months ago.  ;)
 

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eh i honestly don't want this shit to blow up on MTV....lol.


but if any song is, this is a good one.  but i'd rather them be well known in the rap world and unknown to the pop world LOL
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I'm feeling the beat...but damn Crooked I's verse sounds like a generic Em verse from Relapse. I guess even Slaughterhouse needs a song where they rap about bitches. Hope this is the only song like this on the album.
 

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I'm feeling the beat...but damn Crooked I's verse sounds like a generic Em verse from Relapse. I guess even Slaughterhouse needs a song where they rap about bitches. Hope this is the only song like this on the album.

lol  Crook certainly did not save his best lines for this song... haha but i like his last line
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he shouldnt have saved nuthin for this song
its their worst song overall lol



I'm feeling the beat...but damn Crooked I's verse sounds like a generic Em verse from Relapse. I guess even Slaughterhouse needs a song where they rap about bitches. Hope this is the only song like this on the album.

lol  Crook certainly did not save his best lines for this song... haha but i like his last line
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It's certainly not this great posse cut



Word!  That's some real shit right there.  I wish Slaughterhouse could come like that, but this is 2009
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Don't mind him, he's one of those "Fairweather Fans". He was sporting a Slaughter House picture in his signature a couple months ago.  ;)

Your right, and so far they have disappointed me.  I thought they represented some hope for hip-hop.  The idea sounded good, Khalil producin beats, and 4 supposedly "under-rated" emcee's hookin up.  Then because I'm an old school West Coast fan I give some respect to Crooked, and Joel Ortiz was once wit Dre, so I was given him a chance to.

I guess now I understand why Death Row never released a Crooked I album and why Dre dropped Joel Ortiz.  As for Royce, he's one of my all time favorite rappers, but from 99-2001 every song he put out was fire... and now maybe 1 out of 20 songs he releases is dope.

I'm just really turned off by the direction they are going in with the first single.  It's like some Smut Peddlars type shit is what it reminds me of.  I wish they would of came more like Wu-Tang but instead they are beefin wit them.

...and btw, I forgot to mention Joe Budden, I've still yet to hear anything from him I felt was worth more than one listen.
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he shouldnt have saved nuthin for this song
its their worst song overall lol



I'm feeling the beat...but damn Crooked I's verse sounds like a generic Em verse from Relapse. I guess even Slaughterhouse needs a song where they rap about bitches. Hope this is the only song like this on the album.

lol  Crook certainly did not save his best lines for this song... haha but i like his last line

^^Looks like I'm not the only one that thinks this first single is a bad sign.
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It's certainly not this great posse cut



Word!  That's some real shit right there.  I wish Slaughterhouse could come like that, but this is 2009


I find myself getting into a lot of early 90s alternative rap lately. Specfically the harder stuff like EPMD, Onyx, Pharcyde, but even the softer stuff like Brand Nubian.

Getting into rap as a west coast fan I ignored most that other stuff for years.
 

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NAH STR8 UP, THIS SINGLE IS HORRIBLE
and them ryhmin over it, doesnt make it any better (even if we were to call them the best rappers alive, thats how bad the beat is and the combination of how they created it)
theyre all dope rappers but damn makin this and goin wit this, makes it seem like they are sellin out
fuck a single on mtv, etc....come up wit a better single or dont come up wit 1 at all especially when so many people arent feelin it
and wasnt this the same group-of rappers that said they are doin this for the fans of hip-hop?
the fans of hip-hop arent feelin this wack shit lol


he shouldnt have saved nuthin for this song
its their worst song overall lol



I'm feeling the beat...but damn Crooked I's verse sounds like a generic Em verse from Relapse. I guess even Slaughterhouse needs a song where they rap about bitches. Hope this is the only song like this on the album.

lol  Crook certainly did not save his best lines for this song... haha but i like his last line

^^Looks like I'm not the only one that thinks this first single is a bad sign.
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damn u still havent logged off...ur hurting everyone with all this wack shit u drop, it hurts more then getting the swine flu
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At first I was happy to see this was going to get on MTV and MTV2, but I just previewed the song, and the song is cliche' and it's trash.  You know I'm tired of hearing about how these dudes were supposed to blow up, and that the record labels have failed them.  Maybe they've failed themselves, because Royce hasn't been tight since 2001, Budden and Crooked were never tight, and Dre dropped Joel Ortiz for a reason.
 

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NAH STR8 UP, THIS SINGLE IS HORRIBLE
and them ryhmin over it, doesnt make it any better (even if we were to call them the best rappers alive, thats how bad the beat is and the combination of how they created it)
theyre all dope rappers but damn makin this and goin wit this, makes it seem like they are sellin out
fuck a single on mtv, etc....come up wit a better single or dont come up wit 1 at all especially when so many people arent feelin it
and wasnt this the same group-of rappers that said they are doin this for the fans of hip-hop?
the fans of hip-hop arent feelin this wack shit lol



Word.  Maybe the label liked the song, and when they recorded it they all told each other "yeah it's dope" just because they didn't want to bruise anybody's fragile ego, and have him start crying like that do on all their records ("ohh my shit is so dope, I'm so under-rated, blah blah blah).  But after this I'm startin to think these guys aren't under-rated and getting what they deserve.  This was their big chance, and they are finally getting the promotion they "deserve" and now they are showing they were un-deserving all along.
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yeah i feel what you sayin, theyre startin to get overhyped, especially wit droppin "singles" like this
what happened to the rules of the slaughterhouse lol
this makes worst rappers look "a lil better" and they are garbage



NAH STR8 UP, THIS SINGLE IS HORRIBLE
and them ryhmin over it, doesnt make it any better (even if we were to call them the best rappers alive, thats how bad the beat is and the combination of how they created it)
theyre all dope rappers but damn makin this and goin wit this, makes it seem like they are sellin out
fuck a single on mtv, etc....come up wit a better single or dont come up wit 1 at all especially when so many people arent feelin it
and wasnt this the same group-of rappers that said they are doin this for the fans of hip-hop?
the fans of hip-hop arent feelin this wack shit lol



Word.  Maybe the label liked the song, and when they recorded it they all told each other "yeah it's dope" just because they didn't want to bruise anybody's fragile ego, and have him start crying like that do on all their records ("ohh my shit is so dope, I'm so under-rated, blah blah blah).  But after this I'm startin to think these guys aren't under-rated and getting what they deserve.  This was their big chance, and they are finally getting the promotion they "deserve" and now they are showing they were un-deserving all along.
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How did the haters take over this thread?Go back to listening to music in the 90s because your obviously stuck in it.If you feel slaughterhouse is disappointing you obviously just don't like good hip hop.Your stuck in the past.If you don't even like any of the members why the fuck would you even listen to the music?
 

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Don't mind him, he's one of those "Fairweather Fans". He was sporting a Slaughter House picture in his signature a couple months ago.  ;)

Your right, and so far they have disappointed me.  I thought they represented some hope for hip-hop.  The idea sounded good, Khalil producin beats, and 4 supposedly "under-rated" emcee's hookin up.  Then because I'm an old school West Coast fan I give some respect to Crooked, and Joel Ortiz was once wit Dre, so I was given him a chance to.

I guess now I understand why Death Row never released a Crooked I album and why Dre dropped Joel Ortiz.  As for Royce, he's one of my all time favorite rappers, but from 99-2001 every song he put out was fire... and now maybe 1 out of 20 songs he releases is dope.

I'm just really turned off by the direction they are going in with the first single.  It's like some Smut Peddlars type shit is what it reminds me of.  I wish they would of came more like Wu-Tang but instead they are beefin wit them.

...and btw, I forgot to mention Joe Budden, I've still yet to hear anything from him I felt was worth more than one listen.


i'm not big fan of Joey...just never really followed him....but from the solo shit of his i've heard "dumb out" and "game over" are great songs

but pump it up was horrible LOL
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single is fukn nuts
i think its gona get solid rotation
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fuk u haters slaughterhouse is so fukn awesome i cant even describe it it makes me feel all wierd lol
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