On March 19th after performing in South Florida’s Revolution, Slaughterhouse chopped it up with RawHustle and shared details of the group forming, the process behind “Hammer Dance,” as well as who to expect on their Shady Records release, Eminem influence in the lab and more.

The Slaughterhouse crew talk forming the group, as Royce addresses the group coming together:

“In terms of us forming a group, it was Joe Budden’s idea to get all of us on a song, but I don’t think nobody can really take credit for forming the group.”

Crooked I adds:

“I think the fans formed the group. Once we did the song with Budden, the reaction and impact was like, ‘Yo, let’s do another one.’…So, actually, in my opinion, the fans formed the group.”

They continue to speak on Em’s influence, as Royce says:

“My approach to future albums has changed after I watched what Eminem is doing to our records. He’s mixing everything. He’s teaching me so much…That makes me excited about doing my future albums.”

Joell Ortiz adds:

“I have to include Eminem because he’s been like the fifth member on this project. Right now, we’re like Kentucky in the March Madness run for the tournament. You’re dealing with five pros. No one’s gonna beat them kids and nobody’s gonna beat this album.”

Watch Slaughterhouse’s interview with RawHustle below: