Royce Preps Post-SlaughterHouse Release
ROYCE 5’9 PREPS DIGITAL ONLY EP ON THE HEELS OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE DEBUT LP AND HIS FORTHCOMING SOLO-LP STREET HOP
Royce 5’9 ‘s unwavering passion for music and hunger for the game keeps him in the studio day and night. For further proof, look no further then the amount of music he will be releasing over the course of the next three months, which will undeniably validate Royce’s place in the pantheon of Hip-Hop’s elite lyricists.
While Royce preps the release of his highly-anticipated “Street Hop” LP, (which will be released on 9-22-09) which is executive-produced by DJ Premier and has already generated overwhelming critical accolades alone with the release of street-singles “Shake This” and “Part Of Me” and the forthcoming self-titled debut LP from the buzz worthy Bi-Coastal conglomerate Slaughterhouse (Royce 5’9, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz & Crooked I) this summer.
On the heels of both releases, Royce will first be releasing a Digital only EP entitled “The Revival.” “The Revival” will be released on 7-7-09 and it will include new tracks from Royce’s “Street Hop” LP along with a new unreleased Slaughterhouse track and will be available at all major digital retailers. Royce will also be debuting a new single and video for “The Revival” in the very immediate future. Likewise, each member of Slaughterhouse will also be releasing a new digital EP throughout the month of July and each release will contain a new Slaughterhouse track that will not be included on their debut.
With so much good music ready to be unleashed on the masses, Royce asserts “I'm looking forward to releasing new music and touring this summer. Street Hop has been in the works for almost 2 years and the release date will be here before you know it. The Revival will give people a chance to see what I've been up to and what to expect from the album. The month of July will belong to Slaughterhouse with the release of our full length group album and solo EP's from me followed by Joell, Joey and Crooked. We will show fans why we are the ones to watch.”
Slaughterhouse “Rock The Bells” Tour Dates:
Saturday June 27- Chicago, IL- First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
Sunday June 28th- Detroit, MI- DTE Energy Music Theatre
Sunday July 5th- Toronto, ONT- Molson Amphitheatre
Sunday July 12th- Baltimore. MD/DC- Meriweather Post Pavilion
Saturday July 18th- Boston, MA- Comcast Center
Sunday July 19th- NY, NY- Jones Beach Amphitheatre
Saturday August 1st- Vancouver, BC- Deer Lake Park
Sunday August 2nd- Calgary, AB- Shaw Millennium Park
Thursday August 6th- Denver, CO- Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Saturday August 8th- LA, CA- Glen Helen Amphitheatre
Sunday August 9th- SF, CA- Shoreline Amphitheatre