With personalities that Joe Budden referred to as being “eerily similar,” it’s somewhat surprising that the Slaughterhouse emcee has not yet had the opportunity to record a song with Shady Records architect Eminem. Although a collaboration between Budden and Eminem has not yet come to fruition, while speaking with DJ Whoo Kid the rapper revealed that there is a possibility that such a collaboration will happen eventually.

“It’s possible,” said Budden in regards to working with Eminem. “We haven’t done solely a him and I record. We haven’t done that. We’ve been in the studio together, but we haven’t recorded. And I mean the one time that I had a record where I thought it would make sense for the both of us to do, he was really heavy into his album. I didn’t want to interrupt that.”

During his interview with DJ Whoo Kid, the subject of lyrical intimidation was brought up and Budden quickly responded with a “no” when asked if he has ever found himself intimidated by Eminem.

“Eerily similar. I agree with that,” Budden shared when the topic of the two rappers personalities was brought up. “That’s why I think the record would be different and it would make so much sense more than people actually know.”

Joe Budden is currently preparing for the release of his album No Love Lost which is due out on February 5th.

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