Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Industry veteran, Joe Budden, has been around for the longest time. In 2003, Joe Budden made his debut with his self-titled album. The summer of 2003 saw Joe Budden make a big splash, with his debut single, “Pump It Up,” and his feature on Marques Houston’s “Clubbin.”
Joe Budden was signed to Def Jam, but he and Jay-Z clashed. At the time, he was the head of the label, and Joe Budden was trading diss records with him. By 2008, Joe Budden moved on and signed an independent label, and now he is doing broadcasting.
Recently, Joe Budden talked to “The Breakfast Club,” where he explained his “Everyday Struggle” exit to DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. After speaking on Complex, he spoke on Eminem, as he was once signed to Shady, via Slaughterhouse. Then, he spoke on his other moves.
Watch the entire interview below:
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