Joe Budden Feat. Stacey Barthe "I Wanna Know" Video
Joe Budden's "I Wanna Know" comes off his new album Rage & The Machine, sampling "Wish That You Were Mine" by The Manhattans. Over the warm chipmunk soul of the loop, Budden takes the opportunity to look back at himself, reflecting on his past in some very personal verses. He illustrates the nostalgic feel of the record as he films the video in a dark room, as we see old pictures of the rapper slowly develop as he takes a trip down memory lane.
Joe Budden "I Gotta Ask" Video
Joe Budden's new album Rage & the Machine has been sitting on top of the iTunes hip hop charts since it came out Friday. This morning, he releases the music video for "I Gotta Ask," one of the album's standouts, in an HNHH premiere. New Jersey is sometimes described as the "Armpit of America." But on "I Gotta Ask," Budden proudly flaunts his Jersey heritage. He heads from the Hoboken waterfront to a swanky suburban mansion, where he reflects on Mood Muzik 2 and other classic Budden records.
Joe Budden Feat. Jazzy "By Law" Video
Joe Budden Feat. Jazzy
A week after dropping "By Law," the latest single off his upcoming album Rage and the Machine, Joe Budden has returned with a music video to the AraabMuzik-produced track. The black-and-white video matches the song's sleek but moody ambiance. Situated in a boundless grey backdrop, it shifts between shots of Budden rapping in a fedora and Araab going to work on his prized MPC machine.
Joe Budden Talks Drake Feud; Later Walks Out On Ebro In The Morning Interview
As many of you are aware of, Joe Budden has been making headlines these past few weeks thanks to his little back & forth tiff with Drizzy Drake. Having already spoken on the situation several times, including a sit down with Charlamage Tha God on his podcast “Brilliant Idiots,” Joey decided to pay a visit to Charlamagne’s enemies on Friday morning and chop it up with the good folks at Ebro in The Morning.
Joe Budden Feat. Fabolous, Tory Lanez "Flex" Video
Joe Budden Feat. Fabolous & Tory Lanez
Right after dissing Drake for the first time with "Making a Murderer," Joe Budden dropped off a new track featuring Fabolous and another Drizzy rival in Tory Lanez. Though "Flex" was no diss record; instead, the collab is an Araab Muzik-produced slow jam with Lanez singing on the hook and the two veteran emcees detailing intimate late-night affairs with their raps.
Joe Budden Freestyles On Funk Flex
Joe Budden has released 4 Drake disses over the last month, and while he may not make it to 25 anytime soon, he hasn't stopped writing. Budden stopped by Funkmaster Flex's show today to share some new bars, and it brought one particular Drake lyric to mind -- "My enemies wanna be friends with my other enemies.
Joe Budden Explains Why He Dissed Drake
Most of you are aware of the recent tiff between Joe Budden & Drake by now, but for those of you who don’t let’s bring you up to speed right quick. So it all started a few months ago on Joey’s podcast show when the Jersey rapper expressed his disappointment in Drake’s Views album. Then days later, a snippet surfaced online of Drake & French Montana in the studio working on what we now know is the song “No Shopping,” and the opening line of “Pump, pump it up” which people thought was a jab at Joey.
French Montana Talks Early Days In BX, Joe Budden x Drake Situation, & More On Hot 97
To promote his new single “No Shopping” & his upcoming MC4 album, French Montana made his way by the Hot 97 studios in NYC Wednesday morning to chop up with the gang from Ebro in The Morning.
Joe Budden Feat. Emanny "Immortal" Video
Joe Budden Feat. Emanny
In support of his recently-released All Love Lost album, Joe Budden decides to come through this evening and share the official video for his Emanny-featured cut “Immortal.” Walking through a cemetery in his Yankee fitted, Joe reflects on his past in this heartfelt, New Vision-film above. It follows up his latest video to “Where Do We Go” featuring Eric Bellinger. Check it out.
Joe Budden Feat. Eric Bellinger "Where Do We Go" Video
Joe Budden Feat. Eric Bellinger
Joe Budden's next studio album, All Love Lost, is dropping later this month, and we've already received a handful of tracks from the impending project. One of the highlights was Joe's collaboration with Eric Bellinger, "Where Do We Go," which naturally finds Budden venting about a former relationship>
Joe Budden On The Breakfast Club
New Jersey's own Joe Budden made a return to The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 this morning, where he revisited the topic of the Meek Mill/Drake beef, as well as his own drama with Meek when he threw shade at Meek's relationship with Nicki Minaj. During the rest of the 51-minute interview, Budden talks about how he's sometimes promoted more as a "Love & Hip-Hop" star than a certified rapper, as well he talks about the strength of his fanbase (or lack thereof) compared to other independent rappers (namely Tech N9ne).
Joe Budden "Slaughtermouse" Video
Joe Budden drops a video to one of his most powerful records in recent memory, "Slaughtermouse."
Joe Budden "Broke" Video
With All Love Lost not far away, Joe Budden decided the time was ripe to drop off the video for album single "Broke." The visual follows the roller coaster relationship of one particular couple, from abusive fights to passionate make-up sessions, all leading up to an unexpected, tragic conclusion. Interspersed throughout are shots of Budden rapping from what looks like a grassy outcrop in Queens overlooking the East River.
Slaughterhouse On Hot 97
Slaughterhouse recently shared their contribution to the "Southpaw" soundtrack, "R.N.S.," and with Joell Ortiz saying that the group's new album is finished being recorded, the four-piece paid a well-timed visit to Hot 97's Ebro In The Morning.
Slaughterhouse "R.N.S." Video
After debuting their new record, produced by AraabMUZIK and Just Blaze, last week, Slaughterhouse quickly return this week with the official music video for the song. The song unfortunately isn't a single off their anticipated album Glass House, rather its a contribution to the "Southpaw" soundtrack, which was executive produced by Eminem.
Joe Budden On HOT 97
Joe Budden was a guest on HOT 97's Ebro in the Morning, where he took the opportunity to premiere new music off his upcoming album All Love Lost. In addition to promoting the new album, the Slaughterhouse member spoke on the recent comments he made that riled up Meek Mill, and Meek calling Budden "corny" (which Budden says is nothing new).
Joe Budden "OLS4" Video
The Slaughterhouse MC's new album in his All Love Lost series, Some Love Lost, is on iTunes and in stores now. Two days removed from the LP release, Joe Budden delivers an official music video today for the recent single "Ordinary Love Shit Part 4."
Joe Budden "Ordinary Love Shit 4 (Running Away)" Video
Tomorrow, New Jersey spitter Joe Budden will be releasing a new EP entitled Some Love Lost. Having previously shared the project's track "Ordinary Love Shit 4 (Running Away)," today he releases a video for the song.
Joe Budden Speaks On NYPD's Manhunt
A few days ago, Joe Budden was accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and stealing her phone. According to TMZ, the rapper confronted her at a restaurant in New York and “dragged her out to his car, then allegedly choked her and slammed her head into the dash”. Shortly after that, Joe Budden was a “WANTED” man by the NYPD.
Total Slaughter "Bright Lights" Documentary
Joe Budden Feat. Hollow Da Don
Tomorrow night, July 12th, Joe Budden and Hollow Da Don will battle rap each other live on Pay Per View. Before they take the main stage, Bright Lights decided to give fans an inside look at the preparations behind Eminem’s "Total Slaughter" rap battle tournament. (Kinda like the Mayweather vs anyone he’s fought docs)