Over the course of his Ordinary Love Sh*t series, Joe Budden has given fans all the bitter details on his breakup with girlfriend Esther Baxter. The final entry in the trilogy of unreleased cuts finds production heavyweight Tricky Stewart flipping a sample from Odd Future crooner Frank Ocean‘s Novacane as the Slaughterhouse emcee seeks Closure, cataloging the hardships and quarrels that defined their relationship while admitting he still harbors feelings for his ex.
Written by Rhymestyle on 05/3/11
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