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Slaughterhouse releases new ‘Goodbye’ music video

By Luis Vargas,
Rappers share emotional stories of loss in latest video

Slaughterhouse, the hip-hop group from Eminem’s Shady records label, recently released their latest music video off of the group’s debut album Welcome To Our House under their new record label.

The rap group, which consists of Joe Budden, Joe Ortiz, Crooked I and Eminem’s long time friend Royce Da 5’9”, released the album back on August 28. Billboard reports that the album debuted at No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop charts with 52,000 copies sold.

As far as singles go, their first one “My Life,” featuring Cee Lo Green sold 68,000 downloads, “Goodbye” sold 9,000 downloads and “Throw That” sold 42,000. A video was already released for “Hammerdance,” “Throw it Away” and “My Life” back in the summer. However, the music video for “Goodbye” was delayed until now.

This video features a more somber tone from the previous three as rappers from the group share tales of losing loved ones. Joe Budden recalls a miscarriage tragedy he experienced with his significant other. L.A. rapper Crooked I tells the story of his uncle’s battle with cancer. Joe Ortiz shares the loss of his grandmother.

Watch the music video below, which has already received approximately 160,000 views.

The 20-track deluxe album is currently available to download on iTunes for $12.99.

 
 

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