With Slaughterhouse releasing a plethora of dope music as of late (see Shady 2.0 Cypher, The Illest and Hard White Remix), New Jersey emcee and Slaughterhouse member Joe Budden has had little time to release any solo material. Last night, however, he took to his Twitter to release his latest solo effort, Quality of Life. On Quality Budden brings along The Klasix, who provide a percussion heavy, soul sampled beat. On the mic, the gritty emcee stays consistent and offers up some of the elite flow and lyricism that he is known for with lines like “I skip the club line and don’t get turned around, some girls come at a high volume, I don’t turn em’ down”. Budden’s forthcoming EP has yet to be given a title or release date but keep your eyes and ears locked on DJBooth for the latest.
Written by Dillon White on 11/16/11
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