Slaughterhouse’s Joe Budden is giving diehard fans something to get excited about after appearing to indirectly announce his group’s upcoming third studio album.
In a Twitter remark posted early Monday (January 13), Joey revealed his group project’s LP is called Glass House.
“& not to take credit at all, but I feel like the new Slaughterhouse album (Glass house) has a real Budden-esque undertone.,” Budden tweeted January 13. (Joe Budden’s Twitter)
Coincidentally, Slaughterhouse announced a “Glasshouse” tour last month.
Slaughterhouse will be embarking on their “Glasshouse” tour next March. They revealed it on their new website. The tour kicks off at SXSW with five consecutive shows. From there Joe Budden, Crooked I, Joell Ortiz, and Royce da 5’9? will be travelling across the country with stops in Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, and New York. (Complex)
Last year, Budden said he believed a spring 2014 release was possible for their next LP.
“This is by far our best project,” Budden said in an interview referring to the next Slaughterhouse album. “[Release date?] Whenever [Eminem’s] done. [laughs] Whenever Em is done, go sell your 50 million records, then we’ll roll right on the tail end of that. Hopefully this spring. I don’t want to go into the summer with it. So hopefully this spring. [Has Em rapped on it yet?] On our album? Not as of right now. As of right now, I don’t think we have not one feature. Oh, yes we do, yes we do. We got Action Bronson. We got Action Bronson. I’ll leave it there for now and I don’t even know if that record is certain because we have like, 40 records, so, we’re trying to slim it down to 12.” (Hot 97)
Recently, group member Joell Ortiz promised Shady Records boss Eminem’s latest solo effort would lead up to his crew’s next album.
The album, the successor to Em’s 2000 Marshall Mathers LP, has all of Shady’s artists on deck supporting the cause. “Em’s album isn’t gonna come and go, it’s gonna be around for a while. We’re here to support everybody and anybody who is on the label when they drop, and now it’s Em’s turn. We’re recording and stuff, but the whole focus is on Eminem,” he said, before talking about the first time he heard the original MMLP. “I just remember being like, “This White boy’s nice!'” Ortiz said, laughing. “I’m just being real, I was in the hood like, the hype is true, this guy is incredible. You could see it, too, what the response was around the nation–I mean, around the world–so I’m not the only one who felt that way.” (XXL Mag)
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