Joe Budden explains that the group was heavily using substances while recording "welcome to: OUR HOUSE."
Joe Budden recently sat down with Fuse to discuss his Slaughterhouse brethren, explaining how he's excited to hit the studio to record their next album while sober. During the interview, Joey said that the quartet was abusing substances during the recording of welcome to: OUR HOUSE, but that they've overcome their demons and will apply that to their next record.
"I'll say this about my Slaughterhouse brothers, I'm real anxious to work on the next Slaughterhouse project," he said. "We all - and not to break anybody's anonymity - we all battled a lot of demons recording that last album and I think we managed to beat them all. I was high recording that entire album, and I was probably high during all the interviews as well. ... Royce doesn't drink Patron anymore. Crook doesn't drink, Joell doesn't drink. So this next Slaughterhouse project, it's almost going to be like a whole new group. I can't wait."
Watch the interview below.