Earlier this year, Joe Budden and fellow Jersey representative Ransom took to Twitter to quash a beef dating back to 2007. That was a good start, but social-media reconciliations can, at times, be little more than uneasy truces. Today, they definitively prove that they’re back on good terms by co-headlining new promotional single Vietnam. Madison representative and DJBooth fave DJ Pain1 mans the mixing boards, cooking up a fittingly gritty, sampled backdrop for the Garden State natives’ rough, rugged and raw lyrical interplay. Vietnam is only a loosie, but we’ll keep you posted on both emcees’ plans in the weeks and months ahead.
Written by richard on 07/29/14
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"New Jersey Drive ft. Redman" (2007)
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