In a recent episode of 'The Joe Budden Podcast,' the pair discuss KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz's decision to release 'The Rise and Fall of Slaughterhouse.'

These days, the talented quartet are now at odds and a recent IG Live session with Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Royce Da 5'9 went extremely left for reasons we'll explain below.


With Joe Budden long exiting from fan-favorite Hip-Hop group Slaughterhouse to pursue new and exciting business ventures, Lupe Fiasco began campaigning to replace the “Pump It Up” rapper in the hardcore rap group which was made up of Joe, Royce Da 5’9,” KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz.


First the Fat Boys breakup, then the Fugees breakup, and now Slaughterhouse? Just a few days after Slaughterhouse founding member Kxng Crooked announced that he was leaving the group, Royce Da 5’9″ has confirmed that the team of MC’s which included Joe Budden and Joell Ortiz are officially “done.”

Before we get into this, if you’re not following KXNG Crooked AKA Crooked I on Twitter, you’re missing out on one of the most active accounts on the service full of daily gems. Now that’s out of the way, the big news is that the West Coast wordsmith has announced he’s leaving Slaughterhouse but says […]

Surprises are often a good thing if you’re a Hip-Hop fan. That said, Shady Records CEO, Eminem, announced his plan to bring the Total Slaughter rap league to New York City this summer.

If you were a diehard Slaughterhouse fan cringing at the Joe Budden struggle during this season of Love And Hip-Hop, then you’re being offered a worthy consolation.

It takes an artist of Eminem‘s pedigree to inspire BET to bring Rap City back — even if just for a day.

For the debut of the BET Hip Hop Awards 2013 Tuesday (Oct. 15) night, fans were no doubt checking for the performances and the antics of host Snoop Lion aka Uncle Snoop. However, many fans around the world were tuned in for the “Cyphers,” featuring Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Mob, Slaughterhouse, Lil’ Kim, and others. Check out […]

Let social networks —particularly Instagram— tell it, Hip-Hop fans have a lot to look forward to. A list of noteworthy MCs were spotted in the studio assumedly crafting new heaters for your listening pleasure.

Leave it up to Joe Budden to flip the script on a situation fellas tend to encounter. Men are sometimes put into a proverbial purgatory by the women they covet — affectionately coined “the friend zone.” However, the scenario is switched on the New Jersey native’s freebie track, “Not Need Yours.”

The controversial original wasn’t enough to keep rappers at bay from Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O.” beat. Joell Ortiz is the latest MC to drop a quick 16 over Childish Major’s ambient production.