Studio album by Masta Ace Incorporated


May 4, 1993


April 1992 - January 1993


Firehouse Studios
(Brooklyn, New York)


Hip hop, Hardcore hip hop, East Coast hip hop




Delicious Vinyl


Uneek, Ase One, Latief, Bluez Brothers, The Beatheads

SlaughtaHouse is the debut studio album Hip hop group Masta Ace Incorporated and the second overall album from Brownsville, Brooklyn rapper Masta Ace. It was released in May 4, 1993 under Delicious Vinyl. The loose concept of the album is addressing the growing trend of violence in hip-hop music at the time. notably from Gangsta Rap. He address this satirically in the over-the-top single "Slaughtahouse".

The album infuses West Coast funk-influenced beats with some rough "New York rhyming". The 2008 repress of the album includes the single "Born To Roll", a bass-heavy remix of "Jeep Ass Niguh". This version became a hit single in early 1994, reaching the Top 25 Billboard Hot 100. The song also presaged a new bass-heavy direction on his next album Sittin' on Chrome.

SlaughtaHouse was mainly produced in-house members of the I.N.C. such as Uneek, Ase One (Masta Ace's producer alias) and the production duo The Bluez Brothers consisting of Lord Digga and Witchdoc.

The album was reissued twice in recent years. The first reissue was released in 2008. the second issue was released in December of 2013 as a deluxe edition with a second disc of 17 additional remixes, accapellas and rarities.

Track Listing Edit

  1. "A Walk Thru The Valley" - 3:37
  2. "SlaughtaHouse (Diggadome Intro)" - 4:50
  3. "Late Model Sedan" - 3:52
  4. "Jeep Ass Niguh" - 4:43
  5. "The Big East" - 4:19
  6. "Jack B. Nimble" - 2:52
  7. "Boom Bashin'" - 4:10
  8. "The Mad Wunz" - 5:09
  9. "Style Wars" - 4:28
  10. "Who U Jackin'?" - 5:25
  11. "Rollin' Wit UmDada" - 5:07
  12. "Ain't U Da Masta" - 4:39
  13. "Crazy Drunken Style" - 3:31
  14. "Don't Fuck Around [Outro]" - 2:24
  15. "Saturday Nite Live" - 5:59

Samples Edit

A Walk Thru the Valley

  • "Don't Change Your Love" by Five Stairsteps
  • "Love Theme from Chinatown" by Jerry Goldsmith
  • "Hydra" by Grover Washington, Jr.


  • "More Bounce to the Ounce" by Zapp
  • "Funky Worm" by Ohio Players
  • "The Nitty Gritty" by Gladys Knights & the Pips

Late Model Sedan

  • "Wah Wah Man" by Young-Holt Unlimited
  • "Nice N' Juicy" by Maynard Ferguson

Jeep Ass Niguh

  • "California Dreaming" by George Benson

The Big East

  • "Hihache" by Lafayette Afro Rock Band
  • "Handwriting on the Wall" by Earth, Wind & Fire

Jack B. Nimble

Boom Bashin'

  • "Funky Drummer" by James Brown
  • "Symphony for the Devil / Sympathy for the Devil" by Blood, Sweat & Tears

The Mad Wunz

  • "Jeru" by Miles Davis
  • "The Big Beat" by Billy Squier
  • "Just Beyond" by Riot (Funk Group)

Style Wars

Who U Jackin'?

  • "Summer in the City" by Quincy Jones
  • "Harlem Medley" by Galt MacDermot

Rollin' Wit Umdada

  • "Impeach the President" by The Honeydrippers

Ain't U Da Masta

  • "Blues and Pants" by James Brown
  • "Soul Symphony" by The Three Sounds
  • "Sesame Street" by Blowfly

Crazy Drunken Style

  • "Rosey" by Jim Sullivan
  • "I Can't Stop" by John Davis and the Monster Orchestra
  • "T.R.O.Y. (They Reminisce Over You)" by Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth

Don't Fuck Around (Outro)

  • "Misdemeanor" by Foster Sylvers

Saturday Night Live

  • "Synthetic Substitution" by Melvin Bliss
  • "My Little Girl" by Bobbi Humphrey
  • "Get Into It" by Big Daddy Kane
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