What do you get when you put four of the most lyrical MCs together in a group? One word. SLAUGHTERHOUSE. This four-man rap group represent their name to the fullest, and are heavily known for their creative, witty lyrics, especially on the Internet. Each MC has proven they can stand on their own independently, but become an extreme force as a group. Slaughterhouse consists of Detroit rapper Royce Da 5'9", New Jersey rapper Joe Budden, California rapper Crooked I, and New York rapper Joell Ortiz.
Slaughterhouse will bring their "Our House Tour" to Louisville at Headliners Music Hall on Sunday, April 29th. Doors will open at 8 p.m. and the show will start at 9 p.m. This is an 18 and over event with ID required.
This event will be general admission at a cost of $15. VIP tickets will also be available for $30, which will also include a "Meet and Greet." Both tickets are available and can be purchased at the Slaughterhouse and Headliners Music Hall website. Address and contact info below:
Tickets available at:
Headliners Music Hall
1386 Lexington Rd
Louisville, KY 40206
2012 Slaughterhouse Live Performance
This show will be Slaughterhouse's debut in Louisville as a group. Slaugtherhouse members Royce Da 5'9" and Joe Budden have both performed at Louisville before, but as solo acts.
This past summer, Slaughterhouse recently signed with Hip Hop titan, Eminem's record label, Shady Records, which does wonders for their resume. Slaughterhouse has made use of the world wide web, releasing free mixtapes and freestyles (group and solo projects) available to the public via download, They are currently working on their first debut album as a group under the Shady Records umbrella, "Welcome to: Our House," which is set to release May 15. Also, this past month they released their first album single, "Hammer Dance," available for purchase on iTunes.
Photo Courtesy of: Headliners Music Hall
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