Biography / Wiki
Music is the strongest form of magic and this magic was spread by an American media personality, former rapper, and songwriter “Joe Budden” who is better known as a member of the hip hop supergroup Slaughterhouse and for his hit song “Pump It Up”. He is a combination of music director and singer, and rapper.
He also found success as a broadcaster and currently hosts The Joe Budden Podcast. He is also fondly known as the “Howard Stern of Hip-Hop”. He has publicly spoken and has admitted to having an addiction to PCP and MDMA.
Height / Weight / Age
Born on 31 August 1980, this eminent rapper has turned 42 years old. He seems very tall with his towering height which is 182 in centimeters and 6’0” in feet & inches.
He is very conscious about his physique and maintains himself with a weight of 78 in kilograms and 172 lbs in pounds. His personality is enhanced by his dark brown eyes and dark brown hair.
Joe has accumulated a very handsome amount of net worth through his professional career as a rapper. According to the sources, his estimated net worth is $5 million approximately.
Education / Family
Born in Harlem, New York, United States, Joe belongs to the black ethnicity. He was born to Fay Southerland and his father who is a multi-instrumentalist. Apart from that, he grew up with his four brothers.
Moreover, they first grew up in Queens and then in Jersey City after the whole family moved there. As for his education, he never revealed any information regarding his education.
|Harlem, New York, United States
|Date of birth
|31st August 1980
|In feet & inches: 6’
In centimeters: 182 cm
|In kilograms: 78 kg
In pounds: 172 lbs
|Harlem, New York, United States
|Four brothers (name not known)
Career / Fashion and Style
Reflecting on his career, Joe started his career in the year 2003 by releasing Grammy-nominated summer hit “Pump It Up” which was also featured in the soundtrack for the movie 2 Fast 2 Furious. His song “Drop Drop” was featured on the soundtrack for the movie Cradle 2 the Grave.
His second release, titled The Growth was not released due to the label’s problems between Budden and Def Jam. Later, he signed a multi-album deal with Amalgam Digital. Then, he released his independent debut Padded Room, Escape Route, Mood Muzik 3: The Album, and Halfway House in 2007.
In 2009, he released the album Slaughterhouse and his third album titled “Padded Room”. In 2012, he and Emanny teamed up to form the group SLV. In 2012, the group released an album titled Welcome to Our House, and the Album selling 52,000 copies in its first week. In 2012, he released a single A Loose Quarter.
In 2013-2014, he co-starred on Seasons 3-4 of the VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: New York. He released an EP titled Some Love Lost in 2014. In 2015, he released his new song “F’em All” on Soundcloud. On 12th July 2014, he participated in a Total Slaughter rap battle event against Hollow Da Don.
In 2017, he hosts his own podcast where he created and co-hosted a show on Complex called Everyday Struggle. On October 21, 2016, he released his sixth solo album entitled Rage & The Machine. In 2017, he retired as a solo artist but will remain a member of Slaughterhouse. He was retired entirely from rapping in 2018.
In 2018, he announced a partnership with Sean Combs and his media company, Revolt. He inked a deal to bring his podcast to Spotify in August 2018. For season 9, he has returned to show Love & Hip Hop: New York.
Girlfriend, Affairs, Wife, and More
Reflecting on his personal life, he is not married yet but he is in a romantic relationship with his lovely girlfriend Cyn Santana. They have both living a happy life together since 2016 and there is no sign of separation between them. Joe has a son named Trey.
|Son – Trey
Here we are providing the list of favorites of Joe Budden:
|Favorite Musical instrument
Some Interesting Facts About Joe Budden
- His zodiac sign is Virgo.
- He belongs to the Black ethnicity.
- He follows the Baptist religion.
- He is born with the name of Joseph Anthony Budden II.
- He began abusing drugs at a small age.
- He was retired entirely from rapping in 2018.
- Budden is a member of the hip-hop supergroup named Slaughterhouse.
- Budden has been described as “Howard Stern of Hip-Hop”.
- He has publicly spoken and has admitted to having an addiction to PCP and MDMA.
- He hosted The Joe Budden Podcast which was released on Patreon and YouTube and State of the Culture on Revolt.