I just wanna know if you can emotionally handle an argument with Joe Budden.
From Drake to Eminem, enjoy these (imagined) drunk conversations.
"It surely did."
Mark my words, I’ll find a way.
"I fuck with Joe Budden, and I know that he has to do his thing because he has a talk show now."
"For me, there have been less than five times where I've actually attempted suicide."
"I was behind the scenes saying, 'Why are we talking to these people?'"
From Joe Budden to Joey Bada$$, lead singles don't always taste like the main course.
Another day, another story of a producer getting shafted.
"I don't know who owns that music, I don't know if everyone has been paid for that music."
"He should never comment on anything that has to do with physicality."
To love hip-hop is to be in it for life, whether immersed or apart.
Is the only one capable of knocking off the 6 God the 6 God himself?
On his latest album, Budden displays the lyrical and conceptual skills that made fans love him in the first place.
Joe Budden is hip-hop's new uncle figure, who has plenty of stories and wisdom to share with youngsters on the rise.
Before the veteran rapper releases the first "Rage & the Machine" album, he's already announced its follow-up.
Budden admitted that dissing Drake was "pointless," but he knows otherwise.
Four diss tracks down, only 21 more to go! This is shaping up to be one of the strangest "beefs" in hip-hop history.