“Iron On You,” Joell Ortiz‘s take on Pusha T’s “Exodus 23:1,” gets a visual treatment that takes you on a black & white trip through his hood, featuring no joke Boricuas and the projects. One thing you can always expect from any Slaughterhouse member is pure lyricism, which the Brooklyn MC effortlessly displays on the track. The only thing left in question is whether “Iron On You” is directed towards anyone in particular.
Slaughterhouse has been busy as of late, just getting off tour and prepping the release of their album, Welcome To: Our House. Fans can expect the group’s sophomore project to hit the shelves and iTunes in July through Shady Records. Peep the visuals for “Iron On You” below.
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