The Joe Budden Podcast

Joe and the guys kick off Episode 421 by discussing Mal & Rory’s fight over Sevyn (12:05), and their admission onto Azealia Banks’ love list (25:17). The guys review Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak’s single “Leave The Door Open” (31:50), and Joe shares his critique regarding perfection (40:15). Drake releases his 3-pack, “Scary Hours 2” (57:35), the guys review Lil Baby vs. Drake’s flow on “Wants and Needs” (1:05:20), and Rory shares his issues with the release (1:15:10). In business dealings, Jay-Z sells majority stake in Tidal to Jack Dorsey’s Square for $297 Million (1:43:00), and French electronic duo Daft Punk splits up (1:49:20). Photographer and NFT maximalist, J.N. Silva, joins the JBP to explain NFT (2:03:55), Papoose raps about cereal (2:45:00), Coming 2 America (3:04:30), and more!

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Sleeper Picks of the Episode 

Joe | Kyle Lux - “Are You in Love”

Rory | Blu & Exile - “Dancing In The Rain”

Mal | Ambré - “Fubu” 

Parks | Fashawn - “Life As a Shorty” (Ft. J. Mitchell)


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