The rap group Slaughterhouse will release their highly anticipated album "welcome to: Our House" on August 28th, and Joell Ortiz, 1/4 of the group, has revealed the album is mixed by Shady Records' boss Eminem.
With the release date for Slaughterhouse's Shady Records' debut fast-approaching, the super-group is getting more and more excited to share the project with their fans.
While at the BET Awards, Joe Budden spoke to MTV News about the album, welcome to: Our House. "It's finally here. We dealt with a couple of pushbacks, we dealt with being creative the whole way through, putting new music out there. Now, we're here," he said, sharing his excitement, "August 28, we're going to make it do what it do. Hopefully, the fans are just as excited about the release as we are, and we can't wait."
Joell Ortiz was also there, and revealed that the album was mixed entirely by Eminem. "We really got busy this time around, man. The first album, we had six days to do it, this time around we're with a major label, Shady Records," Ortiz said. "Shout to Eminem: He mixed the entire record. This album is going to be incredible."