In case you have have not heard, Slaughterhouse recently filmed a music video to their epic song Microphone. While the video should be released in the near future, behind the scenes footage is now available.
Rap Radar was on the scene with director John Colombo and Slaughterhouse when they filmed their music video in Tucson, Arizona. While the video’s plot was not entirely revealed, several scenes were available in this footage. The first scene that is revealed involves the Slaughterhouse super-group partaking in a bank robbery. The second scene involves the group digging a grave in the desert where they are rumored to bury the microphone. Finally, we catch the group sitting around a table containing a pig’s head as the center piece. What is interesting about the video is that every scene contains a transparent microphone booth that each Slaughter-member drops his verse in. Hopefully this behind the scenes coverage helps fans get a feeling of what is to be expected. The video looks incredible and we encourage everyone to check out the behind the scenes footage using the media player embedded below.
Of course, this is not the only Slaughterhouse related video that is set to drop. Make certain to be on the look out for Crooked I’s Mr. Pig Face music video which is directed by Chris Le. Additionally pick up Crooked I’s Mr. Pig Face Weapon Waist EP through any major digital retailer. In the mean time, please keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for further news updates.