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Slaughterhouse premiere new Boi-1da produced track during Shade 45 interview [News]

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New York, NY – Eminem and Slaughterhouse checked into the Shade 45 studio for an interview on their upcoming album Welcome to: OUR HOUSE where they also premiered a track off the album called “Goodbye”. The song was produced by Boi-1da and it’s really well done. It’s one of those real tracks that hits home with a lot of people. Welcome to: OUR HOUSE drops August 28th. Listen to the radio rip of the song below during the interview with Sway.

Boi-1da also produced “Our Way” which is the album’s outro. Fellow Torontonian T-Minus also produced two songs on the project including “Frat House” and “Throw That” featuring Eminem.

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