Stream: Slaughterhouse – Party (Produced by Cardiak and Just Blaze)

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While Eminem fans will continue to blast the latest installment of the “Rap God’s” discography, Shady Records are preparing for the company’s next release. Label group Slaughterhosue have announced that they will be releasing their third album once MMLP2 has reached the end of its sales cycle. This move comes out of respect for Eminem (and surely with some financial strategies) in order for the label to fully focus and support their CEO’s work, as Joe Budden has mentioned in recent interviews. However, the supergroup won’t blue balls hip-hop that hard. With production from Cardiak and Just Blaze, Slaughterhosue have graced us for a tease of what’s to come with by giving us their new track, “Party”. The group has specified that this isn’t the first official single for their upcoming album, but rather a tease for what’s to come. Slaughterhouse has also announced dates for their 2014 “Glass House” tour beginning in March, the same month the album is expected to drop. Joe Budden had this to say in regards to what we can expect:

“I’m really looking forward to the Slaughterhouse project, partly because this album will be very much like earlier Joe Budden albums,” he explained. “Very deep, very introspective and very personal. All of the guys really went in, took it to a different place and just dug much deeper this album, so I really can’t wait for the release of this one to see how fans take to it.”

I’m convinced. Enjoy the banger and check out the tour dates/promo below.

Mar. 11 — Austin, Texas (SXSW)
Mar. 12 — Austin, Texas (SXSW)
Mar. 13 — Austin, Texas (SXSW)
Mar. 14 — Austin, Texas (SXSW)
Mar. 15 — Austin, Texas (SXSW)
Mar. 19 — Providence, RI (Lupo’s)
Mar. 20 — Boston, MA (Paradise)
Mar. 21 — New Haven, CT (Toads)
Mar. 22 — Burlington, VT (Higher Ground)
Mar. 23 — Ottawa, ON (Ritual Nightclub)
Mar. 25 — Toronto, ON (Tattoo)
Mar. 27 — Ann Arbor, MI (Blind Pig)
Mar. 28 — Chicago, IL (Reggies)
Mar. 29 — Madison, WI (Majestic)
Mar. 30 — Minneapolis, MN (Triple Rock)
Apr. 1 — Denver, CO (Bluebird)
Apr. 2 — Salt Lake City, UT (The Complex)
Apr. 4 — Portland, OR (Peter’s Room)
Apr. 5 — Vancouver, BC (Fortune)
Apr. 6 — Seattle, WA (Neumos)
Apr. 8 — Oakland, CA (Parish)
Apr. 10 — Los Angeles, CA (El Rey Theater)
Apr. 11 — San Diego, CA (Porter’s)
Apr. 12 — Phoenix, AZ (Club Red)
Apr. 13 — Albuquerque, NM (Launchpad)
Apr. 15 — Dallas, TX (Tree’s)
Apr. 16 — Houston, TX (Warehouse Live)
Apr. 18 — Orlando, FL (The Social)
Apr. 19 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Revolution)
Apr. 22 — Carrboro, NC (Cats Cradle)
Apr. 24 — Washington, D.C. (The Howard)
Apr. 25 — Philadelphia, PA (Troc)
April. 26 — New York, NY (Best Buy)

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