Slaughterhouse’s Joe Budden has announced plans to drop new music in the coming months with an EP and full-length album all arriving by this winter.
Budden hopped onto his Twitter page and revealed new project titles slated to start dropping this fall.
“EP = Some Love Lost Album = All Love Lost #ThisFallAndWinter #MoodGodBack ?,” Budden tweeted August 26.
“#ThisWillNotBeForYouLoveAndHipHopFans #SorryNahNotReallySorry” (Joe Budden’s Twitter)
Back in February, the New Jersey native’s No Love Lost album premiered on the music sales chart.
Slaughterhouse member Joe Budden’s No Love Lost debuted at No. 15. With a full week under his belt, Joey’s new LP has shelled out 30,000 units. (SOHH Sales Wrap)
Outside of solo work, Slaughterhouse recently attached some notable producers to their upcoming third LP including former Roc-A-Fella hitmaker Just Blaze.
With the month of June comes Summer, and things naturally begin to heat up. Same thing is happening over here, as Slaughterhouse have officially begun recording their second album for Shady Records/Interscope. The Core Four are spending the month of June in a secret location in New York City cooking up something new with a team of producers including the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Araab Muzik and Just Blaze. Just Blaze is set to serve as the album’s Executive Producer. The collaborative approach — everyone has been working in the studio at the same time with the hand selected top-notch production squad — has the House Gang feeling great about the album’s prospects. “I’m really excited about doing things a different way this time around”, says Joe Budden. This isn’t a send-tracks-around, and everyone-records-in-their-own-studio type of album. Joell Ortiz said that he is happily looking forward to the process as well: “The creative being creative! Fun, fun fun!” (Shady Records)
While there is no release date, group members Royce Da 5’9 and Crooked I recently provided some assurance on the project’s progression.
Royce Da 5’9″ added that “everyone is in the perfect space, mentally. It feels great to be back in the studio with the guys and I think that I can speak for everyone when I say that we just wanna make an album that will stand the test of time and mean sum’n to Hip-Hop.” If Crooked I’s attitude towards this project is any indication of where it’s headed, prepare for an onslaught. “God of the Westcoast, I birthed these n!3@@& now I’m about to burry ‘em. Bloody Axe PigFace Slaughterhouse Mafia!” There is no set release date yet for the album. (Shady Records)