In a heartfelt tribute to the late producer Mark ’45’ King, renowned producer Just Blaze has decided to share previously unheard Slaughterhouse songs from his personal collection. Despite the potential legal complications, Blaze is determined to honor King’s legacy by bringing these unreleased tracks to the public.
Just Blaze pays tribute to the late Mark ’45’ King by sharing previously unreleased Slaughterhouse songs from their “Glass House” album. Despite the group’s disbandment and legal challenges, Blaze is committed to honoring King’s legacy and showcasing his immense talent.
Unreleased Gems from Slaughterhouse’s “Glass House” Album Emerges
Just Blaze surprised fans on Monday by unveiling a pair of tracks that were originally meant for Slaughterhouse’s unreleased album, “Glass House.” These songs were originally slated to drop in the mid-2010s under Eminem’s Shady Records. However, due to various disputes, the supergroup consisting of Joe Budden, KXNG Crooked, Joell Ortiz, and Royce Da 5’9 disbanded before the album’s release.
Despite the setbacks and the untimely passing of Mark ’45’ King last week at the age of 62, Just Blaze is determined to ensure that King’s contributions to the music industry are not forgotten. With a catalogue that includes hits for icons such as Jay-Z, Eminem, and Queen Latifah, King’s talent and impact cannot be understated.
A Legacy Worth Sharing with the World
Just Blaze wants the world to recognize the profound impact that Mark ’45’ King had on the music industry. By releasing these unreleased Slaughterhouse songs, Blaze aims to showcase King’s talent and ensure his legacy lives on. The collection of songs stored in the producer’s vault holds the potential for more surprises and unheard collaborations.