Joey and some crew (including the GOAT DJ Premier) speak on Mayweather, the “old man in the club” theory and Roc Raida. RIP.
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The whole Slaughter does, but only Joell’s response was uploaded on video, after the jump you can check out the other members’ responses to the question… Continue reading
This is just getting fuckin’ stupid, real talk. I find it funny how when a blogger expresses how they feel about a certain situation it’s automatically classified as biased. I guess opinions aren’t allowed anymore…
Much like Nas, Joe’s beat selection isn’t always on point. That, of course, is taking nothing away from how ill they both are but it’s dope to see some J.U.S.T.I.C.E League production credit attached to a Joe Budden song. Off Joey’s upcoming The Great Escape, dropping soon.
Bishop “The Gamblin’ Man” Brigante is back with the 4th installment of his Gambling Stories with Slaughterhouse. This time around, Joe Budden speaks on how he won 80k in a game of Spades and the loss of a chain.
3/4 of The Slaughterhouse sit down with MySpace to talk about the Voltron Crew, mainstream success and more. Their album is in stores now!
Raekwon took a few minutes to speak on the situation with Joe Budden in between classics like “Incarcerated Scarfaces”, “Rainy Dayz”, “Daytona 500”, and “Verbal Intercourse”. After confirming he still has possession of the infamous tape, he went to say the following: “This is about a kid who gets off on doing blogs. My thing is, I’m a business man, I’m here to make money, take care of my family and keep as many people safe as possible. We not gonna take it there cuz that’s little shit… we are grown men. I will never jump out the window to sacrifice the situation with my family for something that ain’t worth it. I don’t want nobody to hurt that man or do anything to him because I’m so known in so many different places, that’s the easiest shit in the world… I don’t want that. We are going to keep it moving with hip-hop, he knows to respect his elders… that’s it, I got love for him. I love you, Joe Budden.”