Joe Budden Podcast Cash App deal

Joe Budden Cash App deal

The Joe Budden Podcast formerly the “I’ll Name This Podcast Later” is a podcast hosted by Joe Budden and Parks Vallely that streams on YouTube and SoundCloud majorly semi-weekly. Besides this, the podcast is also featured on iTunes, and Google Podcast. In October 2020, Budden announced that the podcast would be part of the Joe Budden Network henceforth. Cash App has been the sponsor of the Joe Budden podcast since October 2020.

This podcast was started in 2015 and originally hosted by Joe Budden, Rory Farrell, and Marisa Mendez. Last year, Spotify lost Joe Budden’s popular podcast show due to differences between Spotify and Budden’s expectations. He had been with Spotify since 2018. The show has been received extremely well by the audiences and has received positive reviews from big time critics like Forbes, The Source, and The New York Times. 

Joe Budden Cash App deal

The Joe Budden Podcast began its first live tours in the Summers of 2018 and continued throughout 2019 across several locations of the US. Live shows consist of Q&A’s, occasional skits, and discussions on various topics.

This podcast covers episodes on various topics ranging from music to sports, politics, social issues but mainly focuses on Hip-Hop events. In the past, some high-profile guests who have participated in the podcast are Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, Anthony Fauci, Jazmine Sullivan, Westside Gunn, Fabolous, Chance the Rapper, and many more.

Joe Budden Podcast Cash App deal

Joe Budden had signed a big deal with Cash App to sponsor his show in his online media network, thereby rejecting long term deals with Tidal and Spotify last year. Apparently, Cash App had signed an exclusive deal with the Joe Budden Podcast show worth upto $600K annually.

Cash App drops Joe Budden

Following the pressing accusations of sexual harassment upon Joe Budden by DJ Olivia Dope, Cash App seems to have withdrawn from the sponsorship deal. Viewers noticed that the Cash App logo was missing from the episode and even Joe didn’t mention Cash App’s name during his usual ad reads.

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