Today's throwback is respectfully given to one of my favorite Cypher's of all time. Slaughterhouse 2.0 Cypher for BET five years ago. Slaughterhouse consists of Eminem,Yelawolf, Joe Budden, Joel Ortiz, Kxng Crooked, and Royce da 5'9. Watch they're unforgettable Cypher and see where they are now.
Where are they now?
Eminem - Eminem hasn't released any new music lately but his music is still making rounds, He has some music featured on recent movies such as SouthPaw and a new movie with James Franco called Why Him. After some research I found out that his childhood home in Detroit was recently condemned for safety reasons. Eminem retrieved all the items in his home and created limited edition collectibles for fans to purchase and proceeds are given to his Marshal Mathers foundation that helped at risk youth in Detroit.
Yelawolf- Yelawolf being one of the latest to enter the Slaughterhouse mafia, his music and fan base is still going strong. Yelawolf is currently on tour overseas promoting his album Love Story that dropped last spring. He even has a feature from the head honcho Eminem on a song titled "Best Friend".
Joe Budden- Joe Budden's last album All Love Lost was released last year with not too much hype around it. He does know how to make his rounds in the media. His twitter beef with Meek Mill, Drake and Nicki Minaj have been making headlines but he seems to have beef with anyone via twitter.
Joell Ortiz- Joell is still on his hustle. He recently released his album That's Hip Hop early May and performs at venues around New York and Jersey. Joell was always one of my favorites from the group.
Kxing Crooked- Kxng is still releasing music with his new album Statik KXNG as well as putting together a show called One Shot with BET, a rap battle competition, winner winning up to $100,000.
Royc da 5'9 - Royce just premiered his new visual for his single "Layers" featuring Rick Ross and Pusha T. The song is off of his very first album called Layers that released early April. Royce also released a mixtape in March called Tabernacle "Trust The Shooter" .