Eminem was interested in Slaughterhouse almost immediately after they were formed. However, when the group was coming, Eminem was just returning to the game, following a five-year hiatus. While Eminem wanted to sign Slaughterhouse to his Shady Records, he was not prepared to release their project.
Slaughterhouse would sign a one-album deal with Koch Records (e1 Music) and release their debut album. Following the release of their debut album, Slaughterhouse signed with Shady Records. Immediately after signing with the label, they began working on their sophomore effort.
Two years after signing with Shady Records, Slaughterhouse is preparing to release their sophomore effort. Speaking with RawHustle.com, the foursome discussed their recording process, the new album, and more.
Watch the entire interview below: