Following Joell Ortiz's response to Kendrick Lamar's hip-hop-shattering verse on Big Sean's 'Control,' fellow Slaughterhouse rhymer Joe Budden chimes in with his response song, 'Lost Control (Freestyle).'
In 2003, Joe Budden was one of the most talked about upcoming artists coming out of Jersey City, N.J. 'Focus' truly started his career as the beat rang out of cars passing through the streets as the summer heat increased.
The release of 'Pump It Up' and a bad remix featuring LL Cool J killed its buzz, but during that time it was on everyone’s playlists...
On part two of the ‘Love & Hip Hop: New York’ reunion, the messiness continues. Jen and Consequence open up about their biggest issue during the show -- their conflicting religious views. Cons repeats that in the Muslim world, the man decides the tone of the house and therefore his first-born has to be Muslim.
'Love & Hip Hop: New York' Season 3 reunited last night and the show was a circus to say the least -- and it was only Part One. Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex was spinning the tunes for the show and show creator Mona Scott-Young asked all the heavy-hitting questions. A lie detector test was also included for the show's most untrustworthy characters: Joe Budden and Erica Mena.
On the Season 3 finale of 'Love & Hip Hop,' Joe Budden breaks it to Kaylin that he might still be in love with Tahiry. “At this point I was ready to pack my bags and leave,” Kaylin says as she's almost in tears during her confessional.
On this episode of 'Love & Hip Hop,' Raqi "tries" to make amends with Tahiry, after Joe Budden tells her he won't do her radio show until she apologizes. But the apology ends in arguing. “You’re one step away from a uni-brow,” Tahiry yells at Raqi as she walks out of the bar. Clearly there will never be love between these two.
Everybody loves the realness on VH1's reality series 'Love & Hip Hop.' But things got extremely real at the reunion taping today (March 12). Apparently, Consequence and Joe Budden threw punches on the set.