Joell Ortiz & Kxng Crooked announce “Rise & Fall Of Slaughterhouse” album, drop new single “Vacancy”

KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz have teamed up to drop their new single “Vacancy,” featuring Blaak Soul.

In the accompanying music video, the two former Slaughterhouse emcees reflect on their group’s break up and pack up Slaughterhouse mementos while their die-hard fans burn their tees.

In his verse, Joell raps: Royce said he ain’t doing the three man without Joe But Joe said he retired so how the hell is supposed to go / I looked in the eyes of Crooked I and said one last time he said let’s go / So this one’s for the fans and anyone else who wants to know / Why the best group ever / Turned out to be one of the best groups that never / Got back to the sun after the Shady era / S**t Paul wasn’t on his best behavior / And Joe’s comments about Em left no revival for major endeavors / So the gang dropped the flag got off the label.”

Crooked’s verse was as emotional as Joell’s: “He didn’t start the group he can’t end it don’t blame Marshall / He didn’t start the group he can’t end it don’t blame Paul / And fans been there from the beginning can’t blame y’all.” -raps KXNG.

“Vacancy” is a single off KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz upcoming project, called Rise & Fall Of Slaughterhouse.

You can watch the music video below: