Joe Budden and Royce Da 5’9 reviewed King Crooked and Joell Ortiz’s new Slaughterhouse album, The Rise and Fall of Slaughterhouse
“They kept saying, ‘just wait until you hear the album,'” Budden said in his review. “For me, it was a little anticlimactic. It was like a rollercoaster. You watch it go up. It’s going up and it’s going up, and you expect the … and then you’re let down.”
Crooked and Ortiz released the album without one half of the group and without letting them know ahead of time which has caused tension.
Royce Da 5’9 also gave his take on the album: “It speaks to their sense of quality control… There’s such thing that you can do to bring down the quality of the brand. There’s such thing you can do to raise the quality of the brand.”
The episode of the review is titled “Crook & Joell Are Playing The Victims.”
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