Kxng Crooked: “We need to put out one more Slaughterhouse album”

Remy Gelenidze

In the latest episode of People’s Party, Kxng Crooked tells Talib Kweli about the late 2000s formation of the group. Crook’ credits Budden’s Joe Budden TV vlogs as being the inspiration to Love And Hip-Hop and he does not want the Slaughterhouse story to end: 

“We still need to have some closure. I have not said this anywhere else before. We need closure; I think we need to put another Slaughterhouse album out. I’m open if there is a way to give the world one last Slaughterhouse album.” Watch interview below: 

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