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Joe Budden Net Worth: $6 million dollars
Joe Budden Biography
Joe Budden is an American comedian, actor, media personality, songwriter, executive producer and former rapper. He is best known for his eponymous debut studio album, which debuted on the Billboard 200 chart at #8 and in June 2003 sold just under 100k copies in its 1st week. The album’s 1st song, Pump It Up, became its most successful commercial single and was even nominated for a G
Joseph Anthony Budden II
Joe, Mouse, Joey Jumpoff
Joe Budden is currently 39 according to his birthdate August 31, 1980
Spanish Harlem, New York City, New York, United States
- Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
- New York City, New York, United States
Former Rapper, Broadcaster, Actor, Media Personality, Songwriter, Executive Producer
- Siblings – He has an older brother.
Joe Budden is represented by CLTN Management (Manager) in the United States.
- Def Jam (2003-2007)
- Mood Muzik
- Amalgam Digital
- Desert Storm
6 ft or 183 cm
80 kg or 176.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
He is of African-American descent.
His hair is of ‘Black’ color but he keeps it shaven bald.
- Very thick beard
- Multiple tattoos
Joe Budden has endorsed brands such as hypefeet and By Any Means.
Joe Budden Education
- Budden was born to Joseph Budden and Fay Southerland in Harlem, New York City, Spain, on August 31, 1980. At the age of thirteen, he moved to Jersey City , New Jersey, with his mother and older brother, where he attended Lincoln High School. During his childhood, Budden ‘s father was absent from his life, a subject he would address later on in his music. Budden was a troubled youth and sent to the Laurinburg Institute, a boarding school in North Carolina, where he began to improve his skills as a rapper. After returning to Jersey, he began experimenting with drugs, creating an angel dust addiction.
- At the age of seventeen, he entered the drug rehabilitation program.
- He launched the first rap album Welcome to: Our House with Slaughterhouse in 2012.
Joe Budden Studio Albums
- Joe Budden (2003)
- Mood Muzik 3: The Album (2008)
- Halfway House (2008)
- Padded Room (2009)
- Escape Route (2009)
- No Love Lost (2013)
- All Love Lost (2015)
- Rage & The Machine (2016)
- Slaughterhouse (with Slaughterhouse) (2009)
- Welcome To: Our House (with Slaughterhouse) (2012)
Work in Filmography, Movies
|2003||Hip Hop Babylon||Himself||Documentary|
|2012||Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap|
|2013||Can’t Forget New Jersey||Documentary; Post-production|
Television Work, TV Shows
|Love & Hip Hop: New York||Himself||Supporting Cast (Seasons 3–4)|
Main Cast (Season 9–present)
|2015||Couples Therapy||Himself||Main Cast, Season 6|
|2018–present||State of the Culture||Himself||Host, Creator and Executive producer|
|2020—present||Marriage Boot Camp||Himself||Guest, Season 17|
|2003||Def Jam Vendetta||Himself||Voice|
|2004||Def Jam: Fight for NY|
Joe Budden Awards & Nomination
- Grammy Awards
- 2004, Best Male Rap Solo Performance: “Pump It Up” (nominated)
- Other awards
- 2003 Vibe Next Award (winner)
- United Kingdom, MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Award for “Clubbin” with Marques Houston (nominated)
- United Kingdom, MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Award for Best Rap Performance (nominated)
- 2004 Black Reel Award for Best Song from a Movie for “Pump It Up” in 2 Fast 2 Furious (nominated)
Joe Budden Legal Issues
- On March 30, 2012, Budden spent a night in jail and missed a $75 parking ticket at the Slaughterhouse concert in his home town. In 2014, Budden was briefly wanted by the New York Police Department after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend and stole her cell phone. He later turned in and appeared before the Manhattan Criminal Court on charges of assault, grand larceny and robbery. Later, the judge dismissed all charges against Budden.
Joe Budden Drug Abuse
- Budden admitted to being addicted to PCP and later to MDMA, but he was out of drugs and publicly opposed to their use.
- He was featured on the 2003 single of Marques Houston, “Clubbin.”