VIBE Magazine was on the set of Slaughterhouse's "Everbody Down" shoot and now the footage is available for you to see. The Black Milk-produced song is from their new EP which is now available [get it here]
Yesterday (Feb. 7), the newest group to be welcomed into the Shady Records camp popped up in Brooklyn to shoot visuals for their next single, “Everybody Down” (prod. By Black Milk). With director Todd Angkasuwan at the wheel, Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9 and Crooked I played the green screen in the heist of the century. Between takes, VIBE caught up with 3/4s of Slaughterhouse to chop it up about the new deal.
“Everybody Down” is featured on the groiup's self-titled, 6-song EP, which is available now on E1 Records. (VIBE)
In related news, Slaughterhouse were on the morning show over at Eminem's Shade45 radio station this morning. Crooked I, Joell Ortiz and Royce Da 5'9 spoke with the host about everything including their new Shady deal and their upcoming music, listen below!
Slaughterhouse – Everybody Down (Behind The Scenes)
Slaughterhouse – On Shade45 Morning Show