Joe Budden releases visual to recent Eminem tribute track, "Slaughtermouse."
The song was a poignant tribute to Eminem, his boss at Shady Records, that found the Slaughterhouse member struggling to find his confidence and looking for guidance from one of his biggest idols. It's message was punctuated with a haunting beat from AraabMuzik. "Do you think you'd be as famous now, if you had to put out 'My Name Is' now, the way the game is now?," Budden asked Slim Shady.
The new video combines new and archived footage of Budden and the rest of his Slaughterhouse team, which includes Joell Ortiz, Kxng Crooked, and Royce da 5'9." These guys have definitely given their all to the rap game, and we hope Slaughterhouse soon releases material that matches the quality of "Slaughtermouse."
Budden's next album, All Love Lost, drops on October 16.