With Watch the Throne album opener No Church in the Wild back in the spotlight thanks to its use in Denzel Washington vehicle Safe House, Joe Budden seizes the opportunity to put his own spin on the record in a brand new freestyle. Over 88-Keys and Kanye West‘s tension-fraught instrumental, the Slaughterhouse emcee spits about everything from the recent Drake/Common beef, to his nuanced views on spirituality, to his perennial issues with the opposite sex. This freestyle won’t be appearing on any forthcoming project, but those digging it can, as always, stay tuned for more from the Garden State mainstay.
Written by richard on 01/26/12
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