Slaughterhouse kicked it with HNHH after their show at Brooklyn's The Well. The hip-hop super group talks on their debut album, tattoos, and the whereabouts of Joe Budden.
Slaughterhouse finally performed at the Well in Brooklyn on September 8th, after the concert initially was delayed. Although it still rained a bit during the show, the performance was well-recieved and HotNewHipHop was able to catch up with (most) of the Slaughterhouse boys after the show.
Fans may have noticed 1/4 of the super group, Joe Budden, was missing from the stage that night. Royce Da 5'9" reveals to HNHH that Budden was in jail, and thus couldn't make it, although he doesn't elaborate much further. “Joey is in jail. 'Cause he's the Slaughterhouse orphan, you know what I'm sayin', we gon' get him out, he gon' be alright, it just happened at the wrong time,” Nickle Nine said.
Joell Ortiz continued to joke, saying “we spoke to the judge, he's only facing like a hundred years, we're tryna ge tit down to like fifty-five years.” During the show, Slaughterhouse got the crowd to join in supporting Joe by cheering “Free Joey” during their set.
The Shady Records' group also spoke on their debut album, welcome to: Our House, which debuted at no. 2 on the charts, fans who go so far as to tattoo their name on them and more. Peep our exclusive interview below, which has footage from the show as well.