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The Slaughterhouse boys of Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5’9″ and Crooked I do what they do best when they get a dope instrumental, but it to bed. The fearsome foursome take on Rick Ross’ “Tears Of Joy” instrumental off of his breakout album, Teflon Don, and take every bit of 15 minutes for each member of the group for the lyrical destruction.

This record will be featured on Slaugherhouse’s upcoming DJ Drama Gangsta Grillz mixtape, On The House. The lyrical density exhibited in this freestyle is rare in today’s day and age. If lyrics and depth and density is what you look for in your rappers, this is right up your alley. Hit the jump and get a listen to the Slaughter boys’ “Truth or Truth.”



Slaughterhouse – “Truth Or Truth” [LISTEN/DOWNLOAD]


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