Joe Budden & Ransom Squash Differences, Reunite In The Vietnam Trenches (Audio)

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Two Garden State greats, Joe Budden and Ransom, came from the same circles in the mid-2000s. Ransom was poised to be one of “Jumpoff Joe’s” early proteges, in between his Def Jam Records fallout and what would become his Slaughterhouse lead-in’s. Around 2008, the two lyricists ran afoul and entered over five years at odds, with a series of diss records. In 2014, “Vietnam” marks the alliance of the two men.

With DJ Pain1 on the boards crafting a narrative-style beat, Budden and Rans’ go right back to the pedigree they were known for in the dark, independent years:


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