Joe Budden has yet to collaborate with Eminem on the solo-level, but given the two rapper's similarities, he thinks the record would make a lot of sense.
Joe Budden has been busy doing interview after interview for his upcoming solo album, No Love Lost. Recently he visited DJ Whoo Kid, and sat down for a candid twenty-minute, sometimes hilarious, talk. The two start off discussing the common mistake of calling Joe Budden "Joe Buddens," before launching into "Love & Hip-Hop" discussions as well as album talk.
Although Joe has collaborated with his Slaughterhouse label head, Eminem, on a group record, he has yet to record with him solo. When asked about if this would happen, Joe confirms it is definitely something he wants to do. "Its possible. We haven't done a 'him-and-I' record yet," Joe Budden said. "We've been in the studio together, but we haven't recorded. And the one time I had a record that would make sense for the both of us to do, he was real heavy in his album and I didn't wanna interrupt that."
Whoo Kid asks Budden if he's intimidated or scared of Em at all, and Joe firmly replies, "No," he added, "But that's me, I'm different. I think the record would be different, and it would make so much sense more than people probably actually know."
Check out the full interview with Budden below, and cop No Love Lost on February 5th.