Joe Budden has sobered up, alongside his Slaughterhouse group members, and for the next album, it's an all-sober affair.
It's no secret that Joe Budden has had some problems with alcohol use and drugs, although now the rapper is dry and clean. In his latest mixtape, A Loose Quarter, he opened up a lot about getting sober, and in this new interview with Fuse, he reveals that it's not just him-- the entire Slaughterhouse crew are sobering up.
While talking to Fuse, Joe explains how the four members of the Slaughterhouse crew had their own demons to battle while recording welcome to: Our House. "We all battled a lot of demons, recording that last album, and I think we managed to beat them all. Like I was high recording that last album, and I was probably high doing all the interviews as well."
However, times are a-changing, and Joe Budden says the next album will almost be like working with a whole new group, as everyone is sober, "But I'm no longer that, Royce doesn't drink Patron anymore, Crook doesn't drink, Joell doesn't drink. So this next album, it's gunna almost be like a whole new group, I can't wait."
Check out the full interview below.