Joell Ortiz brings along Royce Da 59, Joe Budden and Crooked I for “Brothers Keeper” produced by The Heatmakerz. House Slippers drops September 16th.
Joe Budden, who is the middle of a pretty dramatic legal “situation” at the moment, decides to share the artwork for his upcoming project, Some Love Lost.
— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) August 25, 2014
UPDATED: Joe spoke to NBC 4 about the domestic violence allegations, watch below.
Former frenemies Ran and Joey go all Apocalypse Now on a new cut.
Previously: Ransom ft. Astro – Around The World
It went down Saturday night at the Eminem sanctioned Total Slaughter battle event at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC. Joe Budden, a popular MC with a fanbase and a history of selling records, squared off against battle champ Hollow Da Don. The debate over who actually won is still ongoing, but the majority of opinions that I’ve seen on social media since Saturday give it to Hollow, which shouldn’t be a huge surprise to anybody. Props to Joe for putting his reputation on the line in such a public forum, but these guys do this shit for a living.
Previously: Hollow Da Don vs. Joe Budden (Trailer)
Shit is about to get so real for Joe.
Battle rap fans everywhere can watch the Total Slaughter event live on cable PPV and online at 8:00pm ET on July 12, and On Demand following the event through cable and online from July 13 to 26. The event is $19.95.* PPV is through iN DEMAND cable affiliates across North America and the Caribbean, and can be ordered online for PC, Mac, and both Apple and Android mobile devices at www.TotalSlaughter.tv
Joey joins Fluent on the J.Cardim produced “Take You Down”, off the North Carolina MC’s upcoming project Supreme Victory.
Supreme Victory drops July 15th and features appearances from Nipsey Hussle, Action Bronson, Guilty Simpson and others. Hit the jump to check out the artwork and tracklist.
Emilio and Joey team up on track #6 from Zero Fucks Given, which drops next week.
Previously: Emilio Rojas – They Don’t Love You Freestyle
In a surprising move, it has been announced that Joe Budden, an established rapper with an actual career, will face off against a formidable opponent in a public arena. On July 12th in NYC, Budden will square up with seasoned battle veteran Hollow Da Don for the Eminem sanctioned Total Slaughter battle event at the Hammerstein Ballroom. As we know, once rappers get a song on the radio or sell a couple of albums, their willingness to battle unsigned or lesser known opponents usually evaporates. But here we have Joe Budden, a guy who can probably make a living for the rest of his life from his devoted fan base and fruitful reality TV career, putting his reputation on the line in a very high profile way. The April 12th event will also feature a highly anticipated rematch between two of the greatest battle rappers to ever come out of Harlem, NY: Loaded Lux and Murda Mook. This should be one for the ages.
Tickets go on sale on May 16th, for more information go here
Previously: Chris Webby ft. Joe Budden – Wont Be Today