Thu 30 Jun 2016
Joe Budden is ready for war. After teasing and much talk on social media about wanting to spar lyrically with Drake and Meek Mill, the Slaughterhouse MC decides to back up the talk. Released on Thursday (Jun. 30), Joey liberates a new record titled “Making A Murderer Pt. 1.” On the araabMUZIK-produced track, a diss record, Budden fires vicious rhymes at Drake. Jumpoff Joe also takes time to throw subliminals at MMG’s Meek Mill and touches on past issues with JAY Z.
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Back in May on his podcast show, the Slaughterhouse MC accused Drake of sounding “uninspired” on his chart-topping album VIEWS. “I think that that kid on that album that I heard sounds real f**kin’ uninspired,” said Budden. “That music sounds good and I enjoy it. I played that album all the way to D.C. and all the way back multiple times. 40 you sound amazing. 40 continues to progress. Drake you do not. I said the other day on this podcast I miss the Drake that starts the waves, not hops on other waves and I’ll say it again: I miss the Drake that pushes the f**kin’ agenda, not lets the agenda push him.”
Weeks later, French Montana posted a preview his upcoming single “No Shopping” featuring Drake on Snapchat. In the clip, Drizzy raps the words “pump, pump it up,” referring to Joe’s 2003 “Pump It Up.” The quick audio lead many to speculate that the face of OVO is dissing Joe Budden on the soon to be released song off Montana’s MC4 album.
Things only heightned after Budden believed Drake’s “They whole demeanor just spells envy/ They tryna tempt me,” a line that references Fat Joe’s Jealous One’s Envy album title, an acronym that spells “Joe” was in reference to him on “4PM In Calabasas.”
Get the song on iTunes and listen below.
New Music: Joe Budden – “Making A Murderer Pt. 1″ (Drake Diss)
French Montana got him the Drake stimulus package. Oh and drake might. Keyword might. Be ending Joe Budden career pic.twitter.com/vMwZNDlaAk
— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) May 11, 2016
Today, the casual hiphop fan will be forced to wear their badge at the most inopportune time. – Rage. #MME
— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) June 30, 2016