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No Love Lost

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Joe Buddens new solo release No Love Lost
is one of the most anticipated Rap albums coming out this year. Joe is fresh off a worldwide tour with fellow Slaughterhouse band mates. The Album features the lead single She Dont Put It Down Like You featuring Lil Wayne and R&B star Tank. Also featured on the Album are Kevin Cossum and Emanny among other surprise guests.
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  • Audio CD (February 5, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Entertainment One Music
  • ASIN: B009B0L3GK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,049 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Jerseys own Joe Budden is back on the scene with his new album "No Love Lost". This album is basically his re-introduction to the mainstream since his debut self titled album "Joe Budden" which was released 10 yrs ago. Early fans of Joey will understand what he's trying to do with this album, fans who started listening to him when he made the "Mood Muzik" series might not like this album so much though. With him currently being on VH1's Love & Hip-Hop NY, I guess its only right he released the album so quick. Ive been listening to Joe since 2002 when he was killing those freestlyes on the DJ Clue and Cutmaster C mixtapes, but around 2006 I haven't been listening to him that much. For the newer fans ya'll might not know this but before he went the Mood Muzik route, he always made party/commercial songs. In addition to "Pump It Up, he made "Fire", "Ya Bodys Hot", "Gangsta Party", "Cut 2nite", "Nothing To Me", Etc.. So I have no issue with him trying to get that radio play. On No Love Lost he takes the same approach as he did on his debut. The first single is the T-Minus produced "She Don't Put It Down" (featuring Lil Wayne and Tank), its a smooth joint for the ladies and Joe pulled it off. I heard it on the radio a few times, so that's a good look. Tank did his thing, as well as Weezy.

The album starts off with a R&B intro called "Our First Again (Intro)", followed by "Top of the World" (featuring Kirko Bangz), this track sounds like something Drake would make, not to mention the collab sounds forced. "You And I" (featuring Emanny) is smooth as well, Emanny steals the show, he definitely improved as a singer. Jumpoff takes a trip down South on the Vinylz & Boi-1da produced "N.B.A.
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This is a very commercial album from a guy who had problems within the industry since 2003. A grammy nomination in 2003 led to nothing as he claimed Def Jam under-shipped his album, while he also was sabotaged by Jay Z. DJ Clue has admitted to telling Jay Z that Joe Budden was to replace him at Def Jam once Roc A Fella Records contract expired. Well, things change, Jay Z started a "beef" over pump it up and then when the President of Def Jam, pushed Joe's album "The Growth" back until Joe had to leave the record label. Joe on this album says he is clean of drugs and alcohol again. He is done with dating the video girls and models who kept him bitter. He isn't angry about the industry screwing him over anymore, he is just making the music he should have always been. He has been my favorite rapper since winning mixtape artist of the year in 2001 at the Justo awards. His music has always seemed to fit into to my life as the mood or subjects touched can be understood by real people. He wasn't like Wiz Khalifa just talking about how much money he had or like Lil Wayne just spouting off nonsense just to rhyme words. He was deep, he was a junkie/alcoholic. Before his music though. He said in a song the only rappers who have nothing to hide are him and G Dep, another junkie. True, but only Joe Budden fans cared. Slaughterhouse helped him by bringing Eminem into his life, causing a world tour. He came back with his first solo album since 2009, not counting studio mixtapes or Slaughterhouse albums. The intro is typical Joe, some soul sounding eery song, nothing much to it.
2. Top of the World ft. Kirko Bangz- A braggadocious song, every rappers typical song these days. Kirko Bangz does his best Drake impersonation for a 2 line chorus.
3. She Don't Put it Down Like You ft.
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By KG on February 6, 2013
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After being a little disappointed with the latest Slaughterhouse album(I like it but I thought I was going to love it)and reading some mixed reviews for No Love Lost I was hesitant to pick this up. I needed something new for the gym so I figured Id give it a shot and I'm glad I did. Its a very solid album, for the most part I can just let it play which doesn't happen often for me lately with hip hop albums. Also thank you Joe for not releasing a deluxe edition, I am getting so tired of artists doing that, this album has as many tracks as most deluxe editions for the regular edition price.

A couple of my favorite songs so far are...
1. Last Day
2. Tell Him Something
3. She Don't Put It Down and the remix
4. Skeletons
5. Switch Positions
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I've been a Joe Budden fan for a few years now checking for every mix tape he's in. Sadly the production on this cd seriously lacking and with the exception of his Slaughterhouse brethren and Fabulous, Joe takes the low road by bringing on features of those that are clearly lyrically impaired by comparison all for the sake of commercial success. I honestly understand the need for it but the songs featuring Juicy J and Lil Wayne still fall short.

This is disappointing since the "Loose Quarter" mixtape that came out a couple months earlier was so much better and presented more of what we'd expect from Joe. So with the exception of maybe 4 tracks, one of which was already on the Loose Quarter cd I sadly I must admit that this cd was a big letdown.

Here are the stand out songs:

Skeletons
All in my head
You and I
Castles
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