News: Joe Budden's "Mood" Turns For The Worst In October

Sunday, Aug 1, 2010 10:47AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Slaughterhouse's Joe Budden has unveiled the artwork for his long-awaited Mood Muzik 4 mixtape and will drop the underground project this fall.

Writing via Twitter, the New Jersey-based emcee proclaimed his mixtape series' dominance.

"R U N that mood yet ?," Budden wrote Saturday (July 31).
"On 10/26, the greatest mixtape series EVER releases it's worse 1 yet." (Joe Budden's Twitter)

In 2008, Budden told SOHH he had planned on replacing the series' deejay, DJ On Point.

"Me and him have agreed to disagree on certain things," he revealed. "We're in the early stages, like [choosing a DJ] is one of the furthest things from my mind. We still in to the recording process. I've already started it and then I kinda just stopped to do some other things like I finished Padded Room." (SOHH)

Budden began his popular mixtape run roughly six years ago.

The first Mood Muzik, Mood Muzik: The Worst Of Joe Budden, hit in 2004. The second, Mood Muzik 2: Can It Get Any Worse?, largely regarded as the best in the series, came out in 2006. Mood Muzik 3: The Album hit stores in February of 2008 after being released in 2007 as a mixtape titled is Mood Muzik 3: For Better or for Worse. (All Hip Hop)

Aside from music, Budden is also prepping the upcoming release of his first book called Enter the Mind of Joe Budden.

The book, which is available for pre-order ahead of its August 10 release, will receive a limited pressing of 300 copies, each being sold for $30 and including an autograph from the emcee. The collection also features an introduction from MC, Senior Writer at The Source Magazine. Budden will celebrate his first book on the night of its release with a performance at the New York Cityvenue S.O.B.'s, featuring an opening set from The Doppelgangaz. (The Boom Box)

Check out some recent Joe Budden footage below:

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