Slaughterhouse ft. Cee-Lo Green – My Life

Slaughterhouse hit us with their second single ‘My Life’ with Cee-Lo handling the hook. Welcome To: OUR HOUSE drops June 12th.

Props: RR

Previously: Slaughterhouse – Hammer Dance (Video)

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10 Responses to “Slaughterhouse ft. Cee-Lo Green – My Life”

  1. Hoskins Says:

    shit hook

    eminem tier

  2. London Bloke Says:

    Styles P – My Life >> This

  3. PG-DC Says:


    “when the jungle was open i rode in with the riders,

    stole food from the bears and brought it back to the lions,

    hold court with the apes, I’m a gorilla but lighter,

    got the eye of a tiger, the heart of a fighter, YEAH…”

  4. PG-DC Says:

    Truth is Wayne ALWAYS had the most technical ability out of all the Hot Boys, but Juve had more “style/bounce” with the flow and B.G. had more believable bars….. the 90’s was a GREAT era for southern rap

  5. cOLD Says:

    cOLD Says:
    April 25th, 2012 at 9:47 am
    London Bloke Says:
    April 25th, 2012 at 9:30 am
    Rajon Trondo Says:

    April 25th, 2012 at 9:00 am
    fuck ya life, fRIO



    ^ oh shit… How’s the one puss fo life thing going for you?? Commit dat bro. I tried to told you. Hahha

    *takes mad delight in LB’s misery*

    My puppet mastery had nah niggas jumpin brooms

    Shouts to Plug. He amongst the dummies who wifed up.

  6. PG-DC Says:

    Musically, it shames me to see what they’ve ALL become – the Hot Boy$ could’ve been known as one of the GOAT rap groups

  7. London Bloke Says:

    You could say that Slaughterhouse are similar to old style rap and so old heads complaining about new rap should be championing them

    That said, I personally never even give their songs a preview listen

  8. cOLD Says:

    Is this a x over attempt. Might just make it

  9. London Bloke Says:

    *takes mad delight in LB’s misery*


    They say misery needs company
    Why keep them company you kiddin me?
    When I can grab a weapon and put him out of his misery

  10. Cinsere Says:

    My boy who was sort of involved with this project told me Royce was overseeing all the beat selection and the direction of the sound for this album. Now I see what he was talking about. Royce is the only one that didn’t sound out of place on this beat.

    I knew this would happen… #disappointed

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