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Joe Budden

Biography, Age, Podcast, Family, Net Worth, House, Cars, Parents, Siblings & Wife/Girlfriend

Joe Budden Basic Information

Stage Name: Joe Budden/ Mouse/ Joey Jumpoff/ Joe
Real Name: Joseph Anthony Budden II
Occupation: Media Personality, Broadcaster, and Rapper
Date Of Birth/Age: 31 August , 1980 (43 Years Old)
Place of Birth: Spanish Harlem, New York, USA
Gender: Male
Nationality: American
Marital Status: Single
Education: Laurinburg Institute. GED
Height: 6Ft 1In
Net Worth: $25 M

Joe Budden Biography

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On August 31, 1980, in the Upper Manhattan neighborhood of East Harlem, New York City, New York, Budden was born to parents Joseph Budden and Fay Southerland. At thirteen, he relocated to Jersey City, New Jersey, with his mother and older brother, where he attended Lincoln High School. Budden’s father was “missing” from his life as a child, a topic he later broached in his music.

Family

Parents

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Joe Budden was born to a music-loving father, Joseph Budden, and his mother, Fay Southerland. His father wasn’t always around while he grew and he and his siblings were taken care of almost single-handedly by their mom.

Siblings

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Joe has four brothers in total. Three younger people, two twin boys and an older brother who previously survived being shot eight times.

Children

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Joe has two children: Trey Budden (born on May 11, 2001), who was with his ex-girlfriend Angie, and Lexington Budden (born on December 15, 2017), who was with his ex-fiancée Cyn Santana.

Wife/Girlfriend

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The Celebrity was engaged to Cyn Santana and had a well-known relationship with her. The couple has subsequently broken off the engagement. After nearly three years of dating and four months of engagement, Cyn Santana and Joe Budden decided to call it quits in the spring of 2019.

Lifestyle

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Budden was sent to Laurinburg Institute in North Carolina as a troubled adolescent, where he started honing his rapping abilities. He began using narcotics upon returning to Jersey and became dependent on phencyclidine, sometimes known as “angel dust.” On July 3, 1997, Budden voluntarily entered a rehab facility in return for being permitted to go to his senior prom following an intense argument with his mother. Joe Budden received a $25,000 student loan to finish his undergraduate education. But he has paid back this student loan after becoming well-known for his rap tracks and earning a fortune.

By age 20, Budden had fathered a child with an older lady and failed to receive his diploma. Budden started to take music more seriously after he found out he was having a son. His initial mixtapes and demos were released in 2001 when he hooked up with producer Dub-B, also known as White Boy. DJ Clue, the presenter of Hot 97 and the head of the Desert Storm Records label received one of these mixtapes.

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With the release of his top 40 hit “Pump It Up” in 2003, he first came to public attention as a rapper. He was also a member of the hip-hop band Slaughterhouse. Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Crooked I, and Royce da 5’9 made up the supergroup Slaughterhouse. As a unit, they put out two studio albums: “Welcome to Our House” (2012) under Shady and Interscope Records and “Slaughterhouse” (2009) as independent acts.

2002 Budden signed a significant deal with Def Jam Recordings and rapidly established himself as a mixtape mainstay. His promotional single “Focus,” which spanned seventeen weeks and peaked at No. 43 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, originally caught people’s attention.

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Budden released his first album as a solo artist in 2003 under the name “Joe Budden.” He has also published a number of solo and group albums, including “No Love Lost,” “All Love Lost,” “Halfway House,” “Rage and The Machine,” “Escape Route,” “Padded Room,” “Slaughterhouse,” and numerous others. On their mixtapes, Budden collaborated with a number of other musicians, including Cutmaster C, D.J. Clue, and D.J. Kayslay. ‘Pump It Up,’ ‘In My Sleep,’ ‘Fire,’ ‘Start Inside of Me,’ and ‘She Don’t Put It Down’ are some of his best-known songs. In addition, he has made appearances in more than three episodes and documentaries of the TV program “Love and Hip-Hop: New York.”

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Although he no longer performs as a hip-hop musician, he is still involved in the field as a broadcaster and frequently covers interesting topics on his “The Joe Budden Podcast.” In addition, he co-hosted the “Complex’s Everyday Struggle,” where, before leaving the show amid backlash in January 2018, he had previously spoken openly about his struggles with depression and mental health. He shares hosting duties with Jamil Clay, Rory Farrell, and Parks Vallely on the twice-weekly “The Joe Budden Podcast,” accessible on YouTube and Spotify.

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Additionally, Joe Budden has an $11 million investment portfolio of 9 stocks. Joe Budden is an investor in a number of companies, including Mastercard, DuPont, Qualcomm, PayPal, and Netflix.

Net Worth

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According to Forbes, Joe Budden’s net worth is reportedly at an estimated $25 million. Rapping, music, and additional money from Spotify and YouTube earned Joe Budden nearly $5 million in his early career.

Cars

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Joe Budden recently spent $180,000 on a Volvo XC90. Joe Budden also owns a $200,000 Range Rover Autobiography. Other Joe Budden vehicles include the Lexus GX, Mercedes Benz, Toyota Vellfire, Audi Q8, Lincoln Nautilus, and Cadillac Escalade Platinum.

House

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Joe Budden resides in a luxurious 6,100-square-foot home in New York City. Joe Budden purchased this property for $10 million. The home of Joe Budden includes seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, two pools, and other amenities. Six real estate properties, seven cars, and a luxury yacht are among Joe Budden’s possessions.

Podcast

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Even though he stopped doing hip-hop as an artist, he is still active in the industry as a broadcaster and frequently explores intriguing subjects on his “The Joe Budden Podcast.” Additionally, he co-hosted the “Complex’s Everyday Struggle,” where he once talked honestly about his battles with depression and mental health before departing the program amid criticism in January 2018. He co-hosts the twice-weekly “The Joe Budden Podcast,” available on Spotify and YouTube, alongside Jamil Clay, Rory Farrell, and Parks Vallely.

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Budden inked a contract in August 2018 to expand his podcast to Spotify and make new episodes available every Wednesday and Saturday. Budden revealed on August 27, 2020, that he would quit Spotify at the end of his contract due to a disagreement over money. He presently broadcasts State of the Culture on Revolt and The Joe Budden Podcast, published twice weekly on Patreon and YouTube. “The Howard Stern of hip-hop” is how some have referred to him.

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