Joe Budden doesn’t hold back. During his appearance on Complex’s “Everyday Struggle,” the rapper talked about Eminem’s new single, and he wasn’t happy about it.
As you may know, Budden is a bit of firestarter, considering he has had problems with other artists like Lil’ Yachty as well as Migos. Budden’s latest words came out in condemnation of the rapper’s new song, “Untouchable.”
Before they even played the track for him, Joe joked that they should throw it “in rice,” because it’s one of the worst songs that he’s ever heard in his life.
However, after hearing the song for real, he said it was probably the first time that someone had to “drop the ball” on Eminem.
And while commiserating as to the reason for his alleged “decline,” Budden stated that it could be because Paul Rosenberg started working at Def Jam records.
Budden joked that someone who works at the enterprise should probably figure out a way to fix it. Additionally, the rapper claimed Eminem is profiting from the struggles of African-American people.
Joe accused Eminem of using the experiences of African-Americans to sell records and thicken his bank account.
And while many people are excited to hear the new album, according to Billboard, a majority of the fans commenting on forums say that they wished it would be more “rap,” and less “pop.”
Additionally, Revival is apparently an album which addresses the political landscape in the USA at the moment.
As you may know, Donald Trump took the presidency this year to widespread anxiety as well as condemnation, something Eminem has addressed in the past. As for who recorded alongside Marshall Mathers, several other pop stars appeared on the album including Beyoncé Knowles.