Joe Budden has officially become the voice of 2018.
Since his departure from Complex “Everyday Struggle” Budden has seen better days. The Jersey native has always had a target on his back because of his brutally honest feedback on artist.
Earlier this year it was announced that the Jersey native would have a segment on Spotify circled around his popular commentary on music. In addition, Joe Budden landed a deal with Revolt to host a show called “State Of The Culture” along with Scotty Beam and Remy Ma.
Joe has gained the trust of hip-hop fans with his unique views through his “The Joe Budden Podcast”. Outside of his beef with Drake, Budden has had a great run so far in 2018. That is until the commentary shifted over to Detroit’s own lyrical assassin known as Eminem.
The straight shot at Eminem came as a surprise and picked up traction quick. Joe believing that Eminem has not provided his best work over the last decade. What makes this more interesting is that Joe is apart of a group signed to Eminem called “Slaughter House”. Disrespecting your boss is something that many people dream of on a global scale.
Joe has lived out that dream, but at what cost? Since Joe Budden’s comments, Eminem has addressed the issue about Joe on his latest album called “Kamikaze”. To further address the issue, Eminem spoke briefly about where his relationship with Budden is during a recent interview with Sway. The entire interview is set to release next week, with many hip-hop fans waiting to get Eminem’s full take on Joey.
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