Throughout the summer, rumors were circulating that a possible Slaughterhouse and Black Hippy collaboration was in the works. Now, in a recent interview the LA Leakers, one quarter of the Voltron crew Joe Budden speaks on the possibility of working with the California quartet.

The topic first came about when Budden discussed his recent work with Ab-Soul on A Loose Quarter with the song “Cut From a Different Cloth,” which he revealed is one of a few cuts with the Cali rapper. As for a larger Black Hippy/Slaughterhouse collaboration, Joe remained skeptical, but said he’d be willing to work with the crew if it felt right. 

“Ab-Soul what up – yeah, we’ve got a couple of more joints that we did. I ain’t put ’em on the tape, but they’ll be seeing the light of day soon,” he said. “[A Slaughterhouse/Black Hippy collaboration] is too much, that’s too much. That’s too many people for me to…I don’t know. If it happens, great – naturally, I’d be all for it. I’m down to rap with any rapper that wants to rap.”

Check out the full interview below.

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