no love lost
It was only a matter of time before Joe Budden delivered a visual for his No Love Lost track, “NBA.” The video plays on the title, with the Love & Hip Hop New York rapper hitting the court for a pick up game. In this case, he doesn’t do much balling in a literal sense though, […]
“Love can’t be lost. I know exactly where I put it at,” laments Joe Budden in the visual for his No Love Lost track “Castles.” The introspective song features the Slaughterhouse MC at his most honest point; reminiscent of that type of moment found on his critically acclaimed Mood Muzik 2 mixtape.
Last night on Fox 5 News in New York, Joe Budden spoke out on the dangers of music’s new “it” drug, “Molly.”
Joe Budden’s No Love Lost release is looking to do tepid, but not terrible, numbers in its first week. The Love & Hip Hop New York star’s latest release is expected to push between 25,000-30,000 units.
To coincide with the release of his new album, No Love Lost, Joe Budden drops a new visual for his single “She Don’t Put It Down” with Fabolous, Tank and Lil Wayne.
Just hours after Joe Budden revealed his second single “Never Broke Again” featuring Wiz Khalifa and French Montana, he antes up with another new track titled “Last Day.” With such a title, it’s fitting that Trippy legend Juicy J would be featured here. Lloyd Banks also contributes a verse, adding to the turn up effects of the single-worthy cut.
Joe Budden follows the familiar yet effective pattern of dropping a new album after a VH1 show.
Combat Jack, Dallas Penn and compnay return with the continuation of last week’s conversation with Hot 97 programming director Ebro Darden. Oldman Ebro plays the background this time, allowing Joe Budden to sit on the hot seat.
Joe Budden has locked in a release date, for his No Love Lost album. The Jersey native used Twitter to announce the news Monday (Nov. 5) stating that both his album and mixtape are on their way out. “A loose quarter (The Mixtape)- 11/23 No Love (The Album)- 1/22.”