It’s good to see Joey trying to make radio records, but he’s not quite their yet. Perhaps, on his next project he’ll be able to mix the magic that was on Mood Musik with a mainstream friendly appeal.
Tag: Joe Budden
Joe Budden gets his fake-drake on for his new radio single complete with Lil Wayne in front of a cheap ass green screen. It’s kinda funny how rappers like Buddens hate on other rappers (ahem 2 Chainz) for making songs like this, yet when they try to make songs like this, they don’t sound good. […]
While Hot 97 was interviewing Consequence (who knows and cares why), good ol’ Joe Budden comes walking on to set like The Rock in that movie where he was walking around with a 2×4 to lay down the law. Luckily, it was all caught on camera.
After Slaughterhouse released their first single This Is My Life from their new album Welcome to Our House, fans were divided as the song was more radio friendly sounding song ever. This time around, it looks like Slaughterhouse has found a better middle ground, though the subject matter focuses on ballin’ and stripper’s booties clapping. […]
Y’all already know how much I loved the Mood Musik series so it’s kinda awesome that Joey’s releasing a re-mastered box set. Even more awesome is that Joey has liberated the Intro from the project and on first listen its a refined Joe Budden, particularly cause I can’t recall when he used a double time […]
I’m only posting this because this crackhead is kind of nice, something I never thought I would say about a crackhead.
Underground hero Joe Budden is in the studio with Grafh, who hasn’t been lukewarm since the early 2000s (If memory serves me correct. Really Grafh pack it in bro, pack it in. [flashvideo file=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eEo-T5_tl4 /]
My ex-favorite rapper is facing some serious allegations of domestic abuse from his ex-girlfriend video vixen Esther Baxter. Peep his interview with The Breakfast Club explaining his side of the story. This is not looking good Joey!