Slaughterhouse x Eminem – Throw That (Prod. By T-Minus) [Listen]

Slaughterhouse x Eminem – Throw That (Prod. By T-Minus) [Listen]
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One of the most anticipated tracks off Slaughterhouse’s album “Welcome To: Our House” is here, with a feature from the one and only Eminem . Produced by T-Minus, this record will certainly receive mass appeal. The album drops August 28th but you can go and buy the single on Itunes now !

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