We are happy to announce that Slaughterhouse’s first weekend on the “Rock The Bells” tour has been a success and we’d like to wish them all congratulations. Although Slaughterhouse is a newer name in Hip Hop compared to legends such as Nas, The Wu-Tang Clan and Busta Rhymes, we have received word that the super-group were definitely fan favorites. The group kicked off their tour on Saturday in Chicago, Illinois at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre to an incredibly hyped crowd by performing classics and unreleased music. Songs that were included in the set included their unreleased track “Killer” from the the upcoming album, “Onslaught”, “Fight Club”, and “Woodstock” in which M.O.P. assisted them in performing. Additionally, the group performed classic solo cuts such as Royce Da 5’9″‘s “Boom” and Joe Budden’s “Pump It Up”. The group was assisted by super-producer Frequency who provided DJing and mixing skills for the performance. On Sunday, the group continued their “onslaught” by performing in Royce Da 5’9″‘s stomping grounds of Detroit, Michigan at The DTE Energy Music Theater. Unlike their performance in Chicago, the group was provided with a larger scale stage in which they held down perfectly. Aside from some reported sound issues, apparently the fans enjoyed the entire weekend as everything went as planned. The one complaint that we have heard from fans is the absence of Slaughterhouse t-shirts for sale. Hopefully, they will be available for purchase on later tour dates. Because this tour is a celebration of Hip Hop, let’s keep our fingers crossed that each additional show goes down drama free and peacefully. If you are interested in viewing fan submitted photographs and video footage from the epic weekend, please visit the link included below. Keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board as we will continue our coverage of “Rock The Bells” as information leaks.
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