Joe Budden said he was expecting a lot from Meek Mill and Rick Ross' Too Good to Be True album, but he was let down.
He spoke about the LP on his podcast and believed it was all to make money.
"Them n*ggas ain’t talking about nothing. They ain’t said nothing on that whole project. Not a word, not a thing," said Joe. "It was a money grab, for sure. I don’t think nothing wrong [with that], they got the money."
But Joe did have some nice things to say about the LP, namely "Fine Lines," featuring Wale and The-Dream.
"Meek and Ross, that was all over the place," Joe stated. "It’s cool loud. If you turn it all the way up, it’s cool. I love the Wale record on there, I love that record. It’s a few more records on there I love."
How would you rate the album on a scale of 1 to 10?