Slaughterhouse has not released an album since 2012 but fans were still hoping that some new music will come out of the group in the near future.
However, KXNG Crooked was the first one to let the world know a few days ago that he was departing the group, made of him along with Joe Budden, Royce 5’9″ and Joell Ortiz. Crooked made it clear that he wants to keep rapping and since the group was not active anymore, he doesn’t want to get stuck in the movement. “It’s all love,” he made it clear.
Done deal. Let’s all move on. It was fun https://t.co/xek0FILtNd
— ROYCE (@Royceda59) April 26, 2018
Another active member of the group, Royce 5’9″ has now also shared the same sentiment on social media. Replying to a fan who asked if Slaughterhouse was really done, the elite Detroit emcee confirmed that the group was no more indeed. “Done deal. Let’s all move on. It was fun,” he said. Check out his tweet above.
The last time we heard about the long pending Slaughterhouse album Glass House was in August when Royce mentioned that the Just Blaze, !llmind, Cardiak, araabMUZIK and J.U.S.T.I.C.E League-produced project exists and will probably come out when everyone’s ready. Their last album Welcome to: Our House was released in 2012 via Shady/Interscope Records.