Joell Ortiz and KXNG Crooked are back together again. The pair, which made up half of the famed Slaughterhouse rap group, are back for what they’re calling one last run. The Rise and Fall of Slaughterhouse album was released on Friday March 11th.
The duo unveiled the lead single, “Vacancy” featuring Blakk Soul. Watch the visual below:
Royce Da 5’9 has since reacted to the release of the song with a lengthy post on Instagram. TLDR: He isn’t a fan.
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A week later, on March 4th, the crew have released a second single from the album, “Backstage”. In the most recent episode of “Fourclosure,” a series leading up to the album release, Joell and Crooked discuss the single options and “Backstage” was mentioned as a first single option, so no surprise that it’s been released.
Just before the album was released the duo released “Smoke,” along with another visual.
Check out the Rise and Fall of Slaughterhouse album track list below:
01. The Birth Intro
02. Vacancy featuring Blakk Soul
03. Ain’t Nobody Mad
05. Flood Waters featuring Sly Pyper
07. Brother’s Keeper 2
10. Coastin’ featuring Traxx Sanders
11. Still In My Feelings
12. Look Mama
Fans are excited for the Joell Ortiz and KXNG Crooked joint album. It will actually be their second joint release. They previously released H.A.R.D. in 2020.
Listen to the Rise and Fall of Slaughterhouse album below:
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