Grammy-winning rapper Eminem has upped the hopes of all Slaughterhouse fans by releasing an in-studio picture with the crew onto Instagram this week.

Slim Shady hinted at the crew’s long-awaited Glass House album coming together with an IG pic Thursday (February 5).

Glass House sessions with @royceda59 @kxngcrooked @joebudden @joellortiz

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Check out what Joell Ortiz says is delaying the group’s album on the next page…

Last year, group member Joell Ortiz said the group’s battle rap television show “Total Slaughter” had put their third studio LP on the back burner.

“Our album is finished, but we unrolled ‘Total Slaughter.’ Like we was talking about. So, that made our album take a backseat because that got legs of its own and started running around. And now we already in talks for season two.” (This Is 50 Radio)

A few months prior, group member Joe Budden said Glass House executive producer Just Blaze upped the ante and helped take their brand to uncharted territories.

“We’re about 75, 80 percent to where we want to be,” Budden said in an interview. “I think when the album comes out, a lot of people will be shocked of the caliber of music on this particular body of work. I feel like not only us as artists go somewhere we haven’t explored as a collective in quite some time but the synergy in the music – Just Blaze executive produced the album and he created a slaughterhouse of producers. So the synergy that him and J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and Cardiak and illMind and araab [muzik] had together, I think everybody in there just locked down for two months and inspired each other and the music reflects that.” (VIBE)

Recently, Just Blaze said his aim was to see the four member team eliminate any need to compete against one other.

“I’m producing the Slaughterhouse album right now,” the veteran producer said. “And my thing with that album is that I didn’t want it to be an album full of them trying to out-rap each other. I wanted them to actually be together during a majority of the process of the album as a group and just make things a little bit more rounded.” (XXL Mag)