This is different. Typically artists are rushing their labels to release their albums or complaining about sitting on the shelf, well Slaughterhouse's Joe Budden is not your typical artist. In a recent interview with Jenny Boom Boom, Budden expressed his desire to have the album pushed back to a later release date. Check out what he said about it below:
"I'm hoping it gets pushed back to July," Budden said. "I feel like when it's your major label debut, more time, in this instance we're only talking about two and a half weeks, that is important to me. The more time the better. It's more time to prepare. ... [The album's] really good. It sounds big, large. If you listen to 'My Life,' that sounds grand. The music, the feel, that is the theme to me -- it's big. It's triumphant. It's introspective. It's really good and it flows well."
Slaughterhouse's Shady Records debut, Welcome To: Our House is slated for a June 12 release. You can check out Joey's full interview below: