- Joe Budden has hit out at Frank Ocean over his controversial Coachella efficiency.
- “Y’all might have gotten DaBaby for 1 / 4 of the value,” he mentioned.
- Budden additionally referred to as Ocean a “scammer” for the way in which he left Def Jam in 2016.
Joe Budden has some alternative phrases for Frank Ocean after his controversial Coachella efficiency earlier this month.
The “Pyramids” singer headlined the music competition on April 16, marking his first reside present since 2017. Nonetheless, after arriving on stage almost an hour late than scheduled, his efficiency was minimize quick because of Coachella’s midnight curfew.
The efficiency was closely criticized because of Ocean being “largely invisible” to the gang all through and his failure to offer reside vocals on plenty of his largest hits.
Ocean later dropped out of his second Coachella efficiency, citing a leg harm.
Discussing Ocean’s set on the newest episode of “The Joe Budden Podcast,” which aired on Tuesday, Budden labeled the singer conceited.
“I would smack the shit out of you,” he mentioned. “What the fuck are you speaking about, you fucking fool? All people is right here to your silly ass who ain’t put out music in ages, and you may’t even verify if there’s new music coming?”
Ocean, whose most up-to-date studio album, “Blonde,” was launched in 2016, teased followers at Coachella with a brand new album, telling the gang that one is coming however “not proper now.”
“Get the fuck out of right here,” added Budden. “Y’all might have gotten DaBaby for 1 / 4 of the value.”
Elsewhere on the podcast, Budden additionally referred to as Ocean a “scammer” for the way in which he exited his file contract with Def Jam in 2016.
“I feel a lot of the scams are genius,” mentioned the “Pump It Up” rapper. “He’ll all the time put on the scammer tag for me. That fucked up a variety of artists, he did not care. Misplaced a variety of artist income streams, took Apple out the sport, he did not care.”
Budden accused Ocean of dropping his visible album “Countless” solely to fulfill his contract with the label, earlier than releasing his sophomore album “Blonde” independently the very subsequent day.
“Apple unique offers the place Apple comes and pays a shit-ton of cash to come back have the venture unique to Apple for per week, two weeks, one thing like that,” he defined. “Frank Ocean was in his Def Jam contract so he couldn’t do this. He had one album left to ship to Def Jam they usually had a tough time negotiating round that.”
“It is rumored that Apple gave Frank Ocean the cash to present Def Jam to even all the things out and handed them an album, after which he was out of that deal,” he added. “However then the very subsequent day, he put out the opposite album on Apple,” he added.