Holding down the number one spot on iTunes Rap Chart for the previous week, Joe Budden’s new album Rage & The Machine is now the #1 on Billboard’s Rap/Hip-Hop & Independent charts.


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Well over a decade in the game Joe Budden has worked hard diversifying his talents appealing to an overall bigger audience through more then just music.

The New Jersey rhymer has maintained his traditional fan-base through mixtapes and Slaughterhouse while expanding his visibility with Love & Hip Hop, His podcast ‘I’ll Name This Podcast Later,” Shady’s Total Slaughter battle scene against Hollow Tha Don, and his recent rap beef Drake. Budden has created a bigger audience then ever before, so the timing is right for his new music.

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Joe Budden states “ I’m humbled and full of gratitude, not only because of the projects amazing reception, but the tremendous job done by Mood Muzik Entertainment, along with Empire in helping me execute my vision.”

Legendary AraabMUZIK produced Rage & The Machine  and features appearances Fabolous, Torey Lanez, Joell Ortiz & Stacey Barthe and is now available via Mood Muzik/Empire Records.

“While araabMUZIK and I look forward to delivering the sequel in the near future, for this very brief moment let’s all bask in what seems like forgotten territory…. artistry. Rage On,” said Budden.

Joe Buddden ‘Rage & The Machine’ Tracklist:

1.)   “Three” (Co-produced by Illmind)

2.)   “Uncle Joe”

3.)   “Serious” f/ Joell Ortiz

4.)   “By Law” f/ Jazzy

5.)   “Flex” f/ Fabolous & Tory Lanez

6.)   “Forget”

7.)   “I Gotta Ask” (Co-produced by Illmind)

8.)   “Time For Work” f/ Emanny

9.)   “Wrong One”

10.) “I Wanna Know” f/ Stacy Barthe

11.)  “Idols”

All tracks produced by araabMUZIK unless otherwise noted.

 

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