No Love Lost - Joe Budden
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57

Mixed or average reviews - based on 9 Critics

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User Score
5.1

Mixed or average reviews- based on 8 Ratings

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  1. Feb 27, 2013
    5
    Joe Budden's style is mediocre and this album is the proof, except for "She Do not Put It Down" produced by T-Minus and "Last Day" with JuicyJoe Budden's style is mediocre and this album is the proof, except for "She Do not Put It Down" produced by T-Minus and "Last Day" with Juicy J and Lloyd Banks. Full Review »
  2. Mar 4, 2013
    7
    1/4 of hip-hop super group Slaughterhouse and emerging solo artist Joe Budden releases his 3rd studip album "No Love Lost". Lyrically this1/4 of hip-hop super group Slaughterhouse and emerging solo artist Joe Budden releases his 3rd studip album "No Love Lost". Lyrically this album is great as showcased on songs like "All in My Head" with Royce da 5'9" and "Skeletons" with Joell Ortiz Crooked I. The production for this album was absolutely horrible but thankfully the lyricism shown by the Mood God was impeccable to save the album. All those who doubted Mr. Budden before this release should be proved wrong. Of course there is no 'big single' here to stand with his 2003 hit "Pump It Up" their are some radio friendly songs like "NBA" which features Wiz Khalifa and French Montana, "She Don't Put It Down" with Tank and rap superstar Lil Wayne. Overall, I think this is a good blueprint for the rap veteran's career. Full Review »
  3. Feb 18, 2013
    4
    This album falls flat, especially after his latest mixtape, A Loose Quarter, was so good. While, yes, the production is awful and the songs inThis album falls flat, especially after his latest mixtape, A Loose Quarter, was so good. While, yes, the production is awful and the songs in general are just bad, the worst part about the album is that the best song is "All In My Head", which was released on the aforementioned mixtape. Budden would've been better off releasing his mixtape as the album, especially considering how bad the album is in comparison to the mixtape. "Skeletons" and "You and I" are the only redeeming original songs the album has. Full Review »