Once again the Slaughterhouse movement has reached yet another milestone as they headlined their first concert hosted by The On-Air Idiots last night. The show which took place in New Haven, Connecticut at a venue called Toad’s Place has received excellent reviews and was definitely a success. While the show started a little later than expected, Slaughterhouse was greeted by an explosive response when they finally took stage. As with the “Rock The Bells” tour, their producer Frequency took on DJing responsibilities as he offered both classic and unreleased tracks for the group to perform. The unreleased songs from Slaughterhouse’s upcoming album included “Cuckoo”, “Not Tonight” and “Killer”. Cuts that fans were already familiar with included “Onslaught”, “Fight Club”, “Woodstock” and “The One”. Additionally, each member of the group was given an opportunity to perform classic solo tracks which included everything from Joe Budden’s “Pump It Up” to Crooked I’s “This Is How We Do This”. The show was brought to a close as each emcee blessed fans with an impressive acapella that had the crowd mesmerized. Overall, it was an incredible show and contained everything you would expect to see during a Slaughterhouse concert. It is clear that the group chemistry is at an all time high and one would assume that they have been performing together for years. The only complaint among fans was that the set could have been slightly longer, otherwise the performance was flawless. We are also happy to announce that not a single comment regarding The Wu-Tang Clan was spoken on stage, despite the crowd’s failed attempt at insinuating beef. The positivity was at an all time high and hopefully this is the official start to an epic line of shows. If you are interested in obtaining pictures and video from the event please check out the link below which will be constantly updated throughout the day. In the mean time, keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for additional information regarding the super-group.
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