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Slaughterhouse Is On 106 & Park Tonight! - Slaughterhouse is coming through 106 & Park tonight to talk about their music and support their big brother and bossman, Eminem on his latest release.  Don't miss a minute at 6P/5C!   (Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET)

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Slaughterhouse Is On 106 & Park Tonight! - Slaughterhouse is coming through 106 & Park tonight to talk about their music and support their big brother and bossman, Eminem on his latest release. Don't miss a minute at 6P/5C!  (Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images For BET)

Shady as Ever - Eminem was still going strong in 2012. He produced and mixed his Shady signees Slaughterhouse's acclaimed album Welcome to: Our House and spit a crazy guest verse on Pink's new track, "Here Comes the Weekend."   (Photo: Skip Bolen/WireImage)

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Eminem Is the Man In Charge - Eminem is the man in charge over at Shady Records and is extremely selective about who he puts on his roster, so it's no surprise that he signed the four talented emcees known as Slaughterhouse (Crooked I, Joe Budden, Royce 5'9", and Joell Ortiz). (Photo: Skip Bolen/WireImage)

Royce da 5'9", @Royceda59 - Tweet: "I got my Mom that Mother's Day gift like a week ago on some in advance so it gets to her house the day of s---.. Sobriety is cool."We second that pat on the back for sober Royce. What are you doing for the moms in your life this Sunday?(photo: John Ricard / BET).

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Royce Da 5'9" - Royce is a Detroit native and has known Eminem for a little while. If you're a pop music fan you may remember him for his featured verse on Willa Ford's "I Wanna Be Bad." If you don't, no worries because he's one of the talented emcees in Slaughterhouse and one-half of Bad Meets Evil with Eminem.  (photo: John Ricard / BET)

Royce da 5'9", 'My Friend' - Royce Da 5'9" paid homage to his third leg on "My Friend," from his 2002 debut, Rock City. Talking about his and his jimmy's exploits, he also discussed their time alone when he spit, "I need him for the health, I guess I'm a bit abusive / I choke him up and beat him when he's thinking for himself / Something I really don't love doing, cuz I feel guilty and try to make it up to him."(Photo: Dominic Chan/ WENN.com)

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Joining Forces - Before joining forces with Eminem, he was actually involved in a feud with D-12 which resulted in some pretty bad feelings. Thank goodness for forgiveness. (Photo: Dominic Chan/ WENN.com)

Joell Ortiz - "Outta Control" - Brooklyn rapper and Slaughterhouse member Joell Ortiz was the first MC -- name-checked or not -- to step up and reject Lamar?s bold proclamation that he was the ?King of New York.? Rhyming over the same No I.D.-produced beat from ?Control,? Joell minced no words on "Outta Control" when he rhymed, ?I?m listening, you the king of New York?/Lil homie you ain?t the king of New York/You the next thing on my fork.? Yaowa!(Photo: Wendell Teodoro/WireImage)

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Joell Ortiz - Joell Ortiz is a Brooklyn native and was born and raised in the borough that spawned rap heavy hitters Jay-Z and the late great Notorious B.I.G. (Photo: Wendell Teodoro/WireImage)

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Puerto Rican Pride - Last year Joell repped his heritage by taking part in NYC's annual Puerto Rican Parade. Also, before joining Slaughterhouse, the emcee had released the project The Brick: Bodega Chronicle that featured Akon, Styles P, and Big Daddy Kane. (photo: Walik Goshorn / Retna Ltd)

"My Time" - Okay, Joe, we get it ? you're great at reflective, personal subject matter. But there's only so much one album can take, especially after 14 tracks and three more to go. Another syrupy sung hook doesn't help.   (Photo: Chris McKay/Getty Images for BET)

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Joe Budden - Joe Budden is one of Jersey's finest and stepped onto the scene in 2002 with the mega hit "Pump it Up." Even though his first smash was a club banger he gained tons of respect in the hip hop community for his lyricism and his honesty. (Photo: Chris McKay/Getty Images for BET)

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Group Effort - Even though Joe is one-fourth of Slaughterhouse, he has made sure to keep his cult following by releasing mixtapes. After the fourth installment of his mixtape series Mood Muzik in 2010, he released 2012's Loose Quarter. (Photo: WENN.com)

Crooked I - The only Slaughterhouse member from the West Coast is Crooked I, so you already know that he brings a different flavor to the group. This emcee has been in the game since the mid-90s and is still going strong almost 20 years later!    (Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for G-Shock 30th Anniversary Kick-Off)

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Crooked I - The only Slaughterhouse member from the West Coast is Crooked I, so you already know that he brings a different flavor to the group. This emcee has been in the game since the mid-90s and is still going strong almost 20 years later!   (Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for G-Shock 30th Anniversary Kick-Off)