Hip-Hop Rumors: Joe Budden Wants Slaughterhouse LP Pushed Back

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: