Joe Budden Refutes Slaughterhouse's "Monster" Album Title
UPDATE: Despite seven or eight songs in the can, the Jersey rapper says Slaughterhouse's sophomore isn't called "Monster"
The Hip Hop world rejoiced as Eminem and Royce Da 5'9 announced that a Bad Meets Evil EP was on the way. Now, fans of Royce have even more good news, as the Detroit spitter has announced that Slaughterhouse's debut on Shady Records is far along in the recording process.
"It's just something to set up Slaughterhouse anyway," said Royce of the Bad Meets Evil project to MTV News. "That's our main focus right now, is Slaughterhouse and then we got Yelawolf. We're just trying to start a movement."
Royce revealed that the foursome was gathering in Detroit in May, and have done "about seven or eight songs" so far.
Currently, there is no release date for Slaughterhouse's album, which is titled Monster.
UPDATE: Member Joe Budden states that Slaughterhouse's Shady Records debut will not be titled Monster.
"Our album, we don’t have a name, we don’t have a title," he tells IFWT.com. "It’s so premature, we’re just rocking out. We’re just doing joints right now. So we’re going to go record, fuck around with Em for a minute and that’s really it. Not Monster though."