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Joe Budden Considers JAY-Z’s “Pump It Up” Remix “a good Hip-Hop moment”

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before enduring the struggle of being an impartial podcaster, Joe Budden turned into ruling the Billboard charts, basketball video games and movie theaters everywhere together with his smash list "Pump It Up." Produced by way of just Blaze, the upbeat membership banger that includes a exquisite horn pattern from Kool & the gang's "Soul Vibrations" was passed round to Beanie Sigel and throughway earlier than the Jersey city rapper got his hands on it. After approaching Hov to hop on the remix, Joe found himself in front of the barrel when the Roc-a-Fella CEO dropped his personal version of "Pump It Up" as a diss checklist towards the Def Jam signee.
once he fired back together with his own toxic bars, the legit "Pump It Up" remix turned into born. Fifteen years later, the host of "The Joe Budden Podcast" remembers his pork with the Roc Nation founder as "an excellent second in hip-hop." In an unique interview with Billboard, Budden remembers every thing he became going through when he first came across the razor sharp freestyle, which is featured on the S. Carter assortment.
"once I heard it… I mean, I'm a major Hov fan, so that became actual big," Joe explained. "He all started spitting and he wouldn't stop. Then I kind of became frightened a little bit. [Laughs] Now you obtained the most desirable rapper on your a** with a hundred bars. Boy, that changed into nerve wracking."
Budden talked about it took him a pretty good period of time to cook up the ultimate response with zero rewrites. He also exhibits that he basically doesn't like the video remedy for "Pump It Up." in fact, he hates it to at the present time. He claims the video, which aspects cameos from DJ Envy and DJ Enuff, hasn't aged smartly and feels "actual embarrassed" when it comes on any place he goes.
"I had on no account made that class of checklist, and that i didn't know how critical the video became and how a great deal it could be viewed, and we simply desired to do some thing different and funky. They introduced in a stylist and that they placed on this turquoise bandana and they airbrushed the T-shirt. The video simply didn't age smartly, I guess that's my concept. So when it comes on nowadays like at a bowling alley or whatever thing randomly, I'm simply true embarrassed. My haircut changed into unhealthy, my sideburns, it changed into simply…"
while Joe might also pull his Yankee equipped over his face when it comes on at Footlocker, the rest us will proceed to jam out and reminisce of a more valuable period of hip-hop. Take a visit again to the early 2000s and push play on the official "Pump It Up" video beneath.

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