With All Love Lost on the way, Joe Budden drops off the visuals for “Broke.”
In the midst of the accusations that Meek Mill lobbed at Drake for not writing his own rhymes, Slaughterhouse hits Hot 97 to discuss the topic of lyricism, writing your own rhymes and more.
Slaughterhouse release the visuals for the Just Blaze and araabMUZIK produced “R.N.S.” off of the Southpaw soundtrack.
The king of the emotional roller coaster rap song, Jumpoff Joey is back with “Broke.”
The four headed monster of Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9″ and KXNG Crooked get some assistance behind the boards from araabMUZIK and Just Blaze for “R.N.S.” off of the Southpaw soundtrack.
Jumpoff Joey takes a break from his podcast to drop this no nonsense joint simply to remind us that No Love Lost will eventually come out.
Producer MoSS hires the lyricism of AZ and Joe Budden with some added ad libs from DJ Premier for “Started” off of the upcoming album of the same name.
Another week, another nameless podcast courtesy of Joe Budden and Marisa Mendez.
On this episode Marisa reveals some of the brushback she had after last week’s episode and then attempts to give an entertainment report which Joe finds less than stellar.
After suggesting it on the Juan Epstein show, Joe Budden has launched his own podcast. With the debut being called “I’ll Name This Podcast Later” because, well, he hasn’t come up with a name for it yet, Budden and guest Marisa Mendez shoot the breeze on a number of topics including past relationships, NBA All Star Weekend, strip clubs and more.