In Joe Budden’s recent stop to L.A. right before his concert at the El Rey theatre he sits down with Justin Credible to talk about his thoughts on Chris Brown deleting his twitter, reveals his new song “N.B.A.” featuring Wiz Khalifa and French Montana from his upcoming album titled No Love Lost dropping January 22nd.
Joe Budden shows off the tracklist and cover art for his forthcoming mixtape release, A Loose Quarter. Collaborations include Royce Da 59, Ab-Soul, Emanny, AraabMuzik, and others.
Joe Budden gives us another taste of his forthcoming A Loose Quarter mixtape, which drops on November 23rd.
Joe Budden releases the sequel to “All Of Me”, as featured on Mood Muzik 3, with this new track from his upcoming mixtape, A Loose Quarter, hitting Nov. 23rd.
While Joe Budden plans to release his new mixtape, A Loose Quarter, on November 23rd, he will follow-up with his next solo album, No Love Lost, on January 22nd, according to a Tweet from the rapper today.
Budden spits some bars for Sway up at MTV’s RapFix Live.
Joe Budden released a brief Instagram update this weekend, with the caption “#ALQ Black Friday”. The translation is A Loose Quarter, that being his new mixtape, is being released on Black Friday, which lands on November 23rd, 2012.
In an interview with Angie Martinez yesterday, Joe Budden revealed that he and his girlfriend, Kaylin Garcia, have joined the cast of VH-1′s Love & Hip-Hop, to begin next season. “People hear Love & Hip Hop and they think ‘buffoonery’… I’m not gonna let VH1 depict in a way that I’m unsatisfied,” Budden told Angie. [cont.]
Does Joe Budden have another commercial hit on his hands? Produced by T-Minus, from his upcoming A Loose Quarter mixtape, coming soon.
Young Jack Thriller speaks with Joe Budden – reluctantly – explaining why the Shady / Slaughterhouse crews are not appearing at this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards cyphers.
Slaughterhouse mascot Chops The Pig continues his reign of prank calling terror. “Slaughterhouse doesn’t kiss pigs, man. We slaughter them.”
Budden reveals the cover art to his next mixtape, A Loose Quarter, hitting soon.
Here’s an extended version of the title track from Welcome To: Our House, now featuring a verse from Joe Budden.
Joe Budden of Slaughterhouse explains why the Welcome To Our House album and On The House mixtape don’t sound the same. Then he tells you what you can do about it.
In lieu of Violator head Chris Lighty’s recent passing, Slaughterhouse’s “Goodbye” gets remix, with an added guest spot from Fat Joe. #RIPBabyChris
From Welcome To Our House, in stores now.
When it was first revealed to the public that the supergroup Slaughterhouse would be taking their talents to the house that Shady built, there was reason to cheer. A collective comprised of some of Hip-Hop’s biggest underdogs, fans couldn’t wait to see what the group would do under a major label umbrella. Joe Budden, Royce [cont.]
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