Joe Budden Loses "Total Slaughter" Battle Against Hollow Da Don [Update: Watch The Battle]
Tonight, the very first edition of Eminem's Pay Per View rap battle series "Total Slaughter" took place, and while plenty of matches went down, everyone was waiting on the showdown between Hollow Da Don, and Slaughterhouse rapper Joe Budden.
Joe Budden Details Instagram DMs Drake Recently Sent Him
The Drake and Joe Budden beef has certainly lasted longer than anyone expected it to, and it's only getting weirder as it progresses. The most recent update comes from Joe's appearance on Cari Champion's ESPN podcast, Be Honest, in which Budden paraphrased a conversation he had with Drake via Instagram DM quite recently.While he said he wouldn't be releasing screenshots of Drake's messages just yet, he was willing to divulge at least the first part of the exchange, which he says Drake initiated.
Joe Budden Praises Drake's "4PM In Calabasas," Says Diddy Needs To Respond
There was a flood of new music on tonight's episode of OVO Sound Radio. It was thought that Drake would pay tribute to Gucci Mane in his DJ mix, and he took it a step further and surprised listeners with a brand new collab with the unshackled Brick Squad boss himself: "Back on Road." A bit later, Drake's current No. 1, "One Dance," received a fittingly poppy remix from another Canuck in Justin Bieber. And lastly, Drake signed off by adding another installment to his storied time-sensitive city songs, this one called "4PM in Calabasas."
Joe Budden Responds To Drake's Alleged Diss On French Montana Collab
Earlier today, French Montana had a very special guest in the studio, and he had to share a couple of highlight moments via social media. For the first time since 2013's "Pop That," it seems that French and Drake are working on a collab. After sharing an Instagram video of Drake explaining his love for French's storied "Cocaine City" DVDs, French played a short snippet of his and Drake's new collab on Snapchat. After hearing the 10-second clip, some have taken a particular Drake line to be a sly shot at Joe Budden.
Hip Hop Reacts To The Meek Mill & Drake Controversy
Where to begin? Last night saw people from nearly every corner of hip hop (and even some pop mainstays) engaging in a widespread online conflict, oddly enough kicked off by some tweets exchanged between Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift.
Apparently There's A Rumor Eminem Will Drop Drake Diss Track
Drake's reign has been all Summer '16, from VIEWS remaining unmoved from the #1 spot on the Billboard 200, to Kanye West confirming a joint album with the rapper, it seems everyone wants a slice of the OVO pie.
Joe Budden Previews "I Ain't Drake" Diss Track
The unlikely beef between Drake and Joe Budden continues. It all started when Budden harshly criticized Drake's latest album, VIEWS, shortly after its release on his podcast. It now looks like Budden is ready to release what -- going off the 30-second clip -- sounds like a Drake diss track.
Joe Budden on "Views": "40 Continues To Progress; Drake, You Do Not"
Joe Budden has been known to share some spirited opinions on his podcast, and it looks like an upcoming discussion of Drake's new album, VIEWS, has him particularly worked up. In some clips of the conversation posted to his Instagram today, we see Budden passionately arguing with his co-host about Drake's latest album, which he feels does not show a progression from the rapper's previous work.
Meek Mill Disses Joe Budden Over Comments About His Relationship With Nicki Minaj
Coming as no real surprise, Meek Mill took to twitter early Saturday morning and responded to the comments made by Joe Budden this week during his podcast.
Joe Budden Responds To Drake's Diss On French Montana's "No Shopping"
As promised, tonight's episode of OVO Sound Radio included the premiere of French Montana's new Drake-featuring single: "No Shopping." News of the collab first broke in May, when French Montana shared a brief snippet of the song, during which Drake can be heard beginning his verse by rapping, "Pump, pump it up." The line was presumed to be a shot at Joe Budden, who had recently given VIEWS a decidedly
Joe Budden Chases Kids Who Run Up On His Property, Beats Their Car With Rocks
Joe Budden has released four diss tracks in response to a few Drake subliminals. Today, two kids learned not to mess with him in real life. They spotted the veteran rapper in his car about to pull out of his own driveway. They ended up getting some close-up footage of Budden on Snapchat, though they're lucky to not be in the hospital right now.
Joe Budden Continues To Pester Drake For A Response
Joe Budden gave Drake a dose of his own medicine with two "Back To Back" diss tracks last week, but so far, Joe's efforts don't seem to have stung Drizzy the way the OVO rapper's own tracks did Meek Mill last summer.
Meek Mill Responds To Joe Budden Diss: "He’s Been Dead Since 2003"
Joe Budden's “Making A Murderer” may have been meant primarily as a Drake diss track, but so far, it's Meek Mill who has been the most responsive to Budden's jabs.
Meek Mill Opens Up: "I'm Scared To Be Political"
Meek Mill has been catching a ton of flack recently for inciting a beef with Drake on Twitter, and it appears that he may be headed to the studio to record a diss track of his own. A new interview with Billboard put the beef in perspective, as Meek opened up about his relationship with
Joe Budden On Meek Mill's Affection For Nicki Minaj: "I Hate Everything About It"
Joe Budden prides himself on being something of a ladies man, but he apparently has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to men publicly showing affection for the women in their lives. On his latest podcast, Budden had some strong words for Meek Mill, as he was apparently put off by the way the rapper was acting around his current girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, at the BET Awards last weekend.
Drake Follows Kid That Ran Up On Joe Budden On Instagram
In the video of Joe Budden's gripping car chase after a posse of Drake stans, one of the stans can be heard to yell back at Budden (who is in pursuit), "Follow me on Twitter, boy! Redakidprodigy!!!!" While it is unlikely that Budden has followed the instigator, another rapper has gone ahead and followed him: Drake.
The Memes From Joe Budden's Car Chase Are Hilarious
A pack of young Drake fans decided it would be funny to "pull up" on Joe Budden at his house Sunday and film the encounter on social media. Budden reacted by initiating a wild car chase after the kids and, once he had caught up to them, got out and menaced them at their car while clutching a handful of rocks.
Joe Budden Went To The Home Of The OVO Troll Who Ran Up On Him
Over the past few weeks, Joe Budden seems to be in the headlines most every day, mostly due to his unorthodox beef with Drake, who has dissed Budden on one verse -- compared to Joey's four diss tracks. This past weekend, that beef led to a bizarre, hilarious, and viral incident that took place nearby Budden's residence. Two bold young Internet trolls, with allegiance to OVO, decided to show up at Budden's house and try to get some candid footage of him for social media.
Joe Budden To Meek Mill: "Watch A Real MC Do What You Couldn't"
After he criticized Drake's VIEWS and caught what he perceived to be a subliminal diss on "4pm In Calabasas," Joe Budden decided to go after Drizzy on his diss track, "Making A Mur
Drake Takes Shots At Joe Budden: "Fuck Them Niggas"
Drake has yet to go one show on the "Summer Sixteen" tour without addressing one of his rivals. On Wednesday in Austin, the opening night of the tour, he changed the lyrics of "Summer Sixteen" to address Tory Lanez and Tyga, both of whom have remixed "Controlla" (in various forms). “All you boys doing fake Controllas wanna be me a little?" Drizzy rapped.