Joe Budden's studio project No Love Lost, originally scheduled for January 22nd, the album will now hit shelves on February 5th.
Joe says what sets this album apart from his previous two is that this time around "I ain't mad at nobody. For anything at all. This speaks to the people I may have [had] beef with in my past, records labels, exes - anybody. I'm in a real good space [and] that's a really different space than my two previous efforts."
On No Love Lost, Joe touches on the topics of love and drugs, and with the help of producers like Cardiak, AraabMuzik, Beewirksand others. The album also includes live instrumentation along with guest appearances from Juicy J., Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, Lloyd Banks and more.
The rapper is also set to appear on the third season on the VH1's Love & Hip-Hop: New York. When asked about the types of ratchet scenarios he'll encounter throughout the season, he reassured us by saying, "I know how to conduct myself. It's not a setting, scenario, or predicament or circumstance that you'll ever put me in and I won't know how to represent myself myself properly." According to Joe, "you can't edit what you don't give them." This should be interesting.
You can catch all of the drama when the season premieres on January 7th at 8 p.m. on VH1.
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