New York rapper Troy Ave is going to have all eyes on him following his NuPac release. The hip-hop artist has publicly fired a shot at Slaughterhouse’s Joe Budden on the must-hear street album.

Ave takes direct aim at Joey with his “Press Spray” track with references to both Joe’s professional and personal life.

He starts things off by simply dissing Budden’s music, rapping, “Man this shit wack like a Budden track.” From there, he gets much, much more personal. “You a drug addict and a b*tch-beater/Rap podcaster and a d*ck-eater,” Troy raps in a quick-fire first verse. Throughout the rest of the song, Troy criticizes Budden for allegedly abandoning him once he was shot. (XXL Mag)

After a few setbacks, Ave released his new street album late Monday (April 17) night to critical acclaim.

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Last weekend, Troy came forward to address the street album’s delay.

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A few days ago, Troy announced his project’s slight delay but released a new song.

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