Joe Budden Feat. Busta Rhymes – Fire


2003 Island Def Jam

Eighteen years prior, Joe Budden demonstrated he had “Fire” in his heart some time before the Joe Budden Podcast reached a conclusion.

In the wake of Joe Budden publically terminating his long-lasting Joe Budden Podcast co-have Rory Farrell, with whom he has all the earmarks of being having an unpleasant run in, it feels suitable to return things to this early thousand years pearl. Plainly, Budden knew about “Fire” this time, having recently collaborated with Busta Rhymes for the frequently neglected “Siphon It Up” follow-up single from his eponymous presentation.

However regularly remaining in the shadow of its archetype, “Fire” is a completely strong banger by its own doing. Created by Just Blaze, who appeared to be accused of binding Budden’s breakout hits, the uptempo track additionally highlighted a visitor appearance from Busta Rhymes. However Budden still couldn’t seem to completely accept his internal lyricist – that would come later, as the Mood Muzik series created – he surely exhibited adaptability on this one, keeping step with one of the game’s most skillful emcees.


With Budden’s center having moved into another domain totally, maybe it’s an ideal opportunity to return to his underlying foundations as a rising rapper, coming back eighteen years prior to his eponymous presentation drop. This load of years after the fact, what is your opinion about Budden’s dozed on single – is it sufficiently nostalgic to justify exemplary status?

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