Ludacris-F5 (Furiously Dangerous) ft. Slaughterhouse & Claret Jai


It’s often discussed who’d make a great 5th addition to the lyrical machine that is Slaughterhouse, and it’d be hard to argue against the case for Ludacris to be this fabled 5th member (not that there’s any chance Slaughterhouse are looking to recruit!). So seeing this collaboration immediately piqued my interest, what with Luda’s penchant for mind-altering guest verses, and Slaughterhouse….well, being Slaughterhouse.

So the result we find here is 5 great verses filled with many a clever punchline, over a pretty decent beat. What I didn’t expect was the awful chorus, which quite simply makes my head hurt. Shame about this annoyance, because this would make a brilliant song with a better thought out hook. Definitely worth picking up by you hip hop lovers out there regardless of this though, as you won’t really find a better bunch of lyricists who are still relevant in the game today.

Ludacris – F5 (Furiously Dangerous) ft. Slaughterhouse & Claret Jai

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4 comments to Ludacris-F5 (Furiously Dangerous) ft. Slaughterhouse & Claret Jai

  • really? i thought luda was shown up on this. slaughterhouse were far better than him. even worse if the rumours of him waiting for everyone to do their verses before writing his are true.

  • You’ll notice how I didn’t mention who I thought had the best or worst verses on this. I was speaking more on past reputations more than anything. Having said that I think Luda’s verse is good, but probably one of the weakest of the 5 on this track. But that’s not really a criticism of Luda, as most rappers would find it difficult to match Slaughterhouse (even Em is pushed to his limits, in their recent collabos).

  • Ahmed

    Worst hook ever made?

    Probably. The screeching is migraine-inducing!

  • its actually growing on me, even ludas verse as thats the easiest to “rap” along to

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