After catfighting with Cons, Joe Budden changes the tone to a more peaceful one in his video for “Castles.” Directed by LILINTERNET and Thuan Tran.
During Joe Budden’s show last night at Best Buy theatre in New York, he brought Slaughterhouse.
Here’s a quick preview of Slaughterhouse member Joe Budden’s video for “Castles.” Expect the video to drop sometime soon. No Love Lost is now available on iTunes.
New visuals from Joe Budden.
No Love Lost out now.
Joe Budden isn’t normally known for his party/club records but with the release of the Wiz and French-assisted “NBA,” that might change. Boi-1da’s signature drums, along with a catchy chant-like hook, could possibly have DJs spinning Joe Budden tracks in no time. Check it out for yourself, below.
“I tell my ex, ‘don’t be bitter, be better.’” Wise advice taken from Fab’s verse on Joe Budden’s “She Don’t Put It Down” remix, also featuring Twista and Tank. Find the remix and more original tracks from Joe Budden on No Love Lost, out February 5th.
No Love Lost drops on February 5th, you can pre-order on iTunes now.
1. Our First Again (Intro)
2. Top of the World (Feat. Kirko Bangz)
3. She Don’t Put It Down (Feat. Lil Wayne, Tank)
4. NBA (Feat. Wiz Khalifa, French Montana)
5. You And I (Feat. Emanny)
7. All In My Head (Feat. Royce Da 5’9″, Kobe)
8. Skeletons (Feat. Joell Ortiz, Crooked I)
9. Ghetto Burbs (Feat. Emanny)
10. Last Day (Feat. Juicy J, Lloyd Banks)
11. Role Play (Interlude)
12. Switch Positions (Feat. Omarion)
13. Tell Him Somethin (Feat. SLV)
15. My Time
16. No Love Lost (Outro)
17. She Don’t Put It Down (Remix) (Feat. Fabolous, Twista, Tank)
UPDATE: Snippets (via 2dbz) provided below.
Joe Budden sat down with Hard Knock TV’s Nick Huff Barili for an discussion on personal topics such as depression and maintaining his faith. It’s interesting to hear the rapper get asked questions like these since most interviewers shy away from taboo-type questions. He also mentions how awesome it was to have Ab-Soul join him on stage in Ab’s hometown, Los Angeles.
In part 2 of Joe Budden’s interview with Justin Credible, he talks about his new mixtape A Loose Quarter, and why he decided to release it 3 days early “I’ve been known for push backs throughout my career, I wanted to give the fans a dose of the new Joe Budden”. Budden also speaks on a Slaughterhouse X Black Hippy Collab, and he weighs in on rappers wanting to battle.