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The 25 Craziest Quotables From Slaughterhouse's "On The House" Mixtape

If you've never sat down and listened to a Slaughterhouse song, there's really only one thing you need to know: All four members of the group can rap. And, when we say rap, we mean rap. Like, really, really well. It's the main reason Eminem signed the group, which includes Royce Da 5'9", Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Crooked I, to a deal and agreed to put out their major label debut, Welcome to: Our House, through his Shady Records imprint. The album hits stores next Tuesday and it's guaranteed to be one of the most lyrical rap albums of the year.

But, you don't have to wait until next Tuesday to get familiar with the self-proclaimed "House Gang." As a warm up for their album, Slaughterhouse just released their mixtape, On The House, to showcase their skills. And, they showcased them to perfection by giving us a taste of what's to come on their album. Don't just take our word for it, though. In order to show you just how dope the mixtape is, we put together a list of The 25 Craziest Quotables From Slaughterhouse's On The House Mixtape. Click through to see exactly how the Slaughterhouse foursome is slaughtering the competition.

#25.
The Rapper: Joell Ortiz
The Song: "Sucka MCs"
The Line: "I'm Brooklyn like the Atlantic Ave. Nets and/I run with wild cats like the next season Jet plans"

#24.
The Rapper: Crooked I
The Song: "Weight Scale"
The Line: "They want an encore when the flow is at Mach 4/King of the jungle, no lyin', I let the Glock roar"

#23.
The Rapper: Joe Budden
The Song: "Coming Home"
The Line: "Move relentless through the rumors/And my mere presence says god's got a funny sense of humor"

#22.
The Rapper: Joell Ortiz
The Song: "Coming Home"
The Line: "Who was supposed to give up? Not me/Man, post this shit up on Nah Right, b/Hello world, I'm a star, look what I invented/Rap Radar identified with my spider senses"

#21.
The Rapper: Crooked I
The Song: "Where Sinners Dwell"
The Line: "All my neighbors heard that vixen yell/The way I make that headboard quake, rate my sex on the Richter Scale"

#20.
The Rapper: Joe Budden
The Song: "Weight Scale"
The Line: "I got bad cards, but I ain't blamin' my hand/It's logic, I hate jewelry and authority the same, so how the fuck you think I feel about a chain of command?"

#19.
The Rapper: Royce Da 5'9"
The Song: "Ya Talkin"
The Line: "For those who try to rush greatness, today is your bedtime/Before I spew wack hooks and dead lines, I will do fed time/It'll give me time to rap over your dead lines"

#18.
The Rapper: Joell Ortiz
The Song: "Back The Fuck Up"
The Line: "Call it the crib, mami/These niggas runnin' trying to get in our seat, bunch of Mitt Romneys"

#17.
The Rapper: Crooked I
The Song: "On The House"
The Line: "I 180-spinned and he fell, I'm giving my enemies hell/No disrespect, but I'll send 'em to where the Kennedys dwell"

#16.
The Rapper: Crooked I
The Song: "Who I Am"
The Line: "Guess who's back turning the track into mincemeat/For diabetics with diarrhea thinking shit's sweet"

#15.
The Rapper: Royce Da 5'9"
The Song: "Weight Scale"
The Line: "I ride with kings, y'all ride with fiends, you fraudulent niggas remind me of a Ponzi scheme/One of y'all niggas was probably cool in school, the rest of y'all niggas was clowns, we should call you the Fonzi team"

#14.
The Rapper: Joell Ortiz
The Song: "All On Me"
The Line: "It's really hood where my peeps stay/I got LeBrons with the arms, D-Wades that let the heat spray"

#13.
The Rapper: Joe Budden
The Song: "See Dead People"
The Line: "You're devoured/Work magic with a weapon and I'm as indecisive as D-Howard/You bleed coward"

#12.
The Rapper: Royce Da 5'9"
The Song: "Back The Fuck Up"
The Line: "We can match whips, battle rap, dick/I'd rather have an actress on my mattress, who giving me brain so long, she don't know jack shit"

#11.
The Rapper: Joell Ortiz
The Song: "On The House"
The Line: "Hey, Crook, I'm doin' my dance, too/It's all head and shoulders, no shampoo/Beaver gang, who fuckin' with my 'dam' crew?"

#10.
The Rapper: Royce Da 5'9"
The Song: "Sucka MCs"
The Line: "Maybe I'll die dumb/Leaving behind a beautiful corpse known for my hand and my balls like Cy Young"

#9.
The Rapper: Joe Budden
The Song: "All On Me"
The Line: "Even if we see a day we come apart/The rules is still John Q, son can have my heart"

#8.
The Rapper: Royce Da 5'9"
The Song: "See Dead People"
The Line: "I'm mop your team sober/I'm not stoppin' 'til they drop me in a box in a mausoleum sayin', 'Here lies an artist with an audience broader than Joseline's shoulders'"

#7.
The Rapper: Crooked I
The Song: "See Dead People"
The Line: "Hey, guess what I heard?/If you anti-snitch, it can bring down even the greatest person, that true?/I guess so, go ask Joe Paterno's statue"

#6.
The Rapper: Royce Da 5'9"
The Song: "Coming Home"
The Line: "We started to rhyme like we pretend to load our pens with lead/Now we moving on up like the Jeffersons, 'cause things came full circle like the top of Sherman Hemsley's head"

#5.
The Rapper: Joell Ortiz
The Song: "Sucka MCs"
The Line: "Who gives a fuck about the next man? My jet land/Your face all blue, 'orange' you mad like a Mets fans?"

#4.
The Rapper: Joell Ortiz
The Song: "See Dead People"
The Line: "Antibiotics, my psychotic is sick/Recite the Bible on the toilet 'cause, my god, I'm the shit!"

#3.
The Rapper: Joell Ortiz
The Song: "Who I Am"
The Line: "The messiah of real rap shit/Nod your head, make a face like you sitting on the toilet and it's real hard to crap shit/Yeah, I make that shit"

#2.
The Rapper: Royce Da 5'9"
The Song: "See Dead People"
The Line: "Basquiat, Reebok shoe/Our guns ain't coming out if we not shooting/Yours? Yours is coming out with Detox 2"

#1.
The Rappers: Royce Da 5'9", Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, and Crooked I
The Song: "Truth or Truth, Pt. 1"
The Lines: All of them. Now, can we please get the album?

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"I'm younger than you," he began. "I'm flyer than you, ni**a. Whatever. You crying on Twitter every week about Drake? You gotta stop that sh*t, bro. You look lame, bro. You look cap, bro...You up here supporting Trump and sh*t, bro. You supporting Trump? What the f**k wrong with you, bro? That sh*t's not right."

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“We connected to ‘Zombie’ because we were born from violence,” he said. Dolores O’Riordan died on Jan. 15, 2018. Toxicology reports state that the 46-year-old died from accidental drowning due to alcohol intoxication.

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