Joe Budden isn't letting love lead the way on his new album. The Slaughterhouse member is set to release All Love Lost on Friday (Oct. 16), but hip-hop fans can stream the project now.

The forthcoming 11-track project is the final part of a series that follows the EP, No Love Lost, and the LP, Some Love Lost.

All Love Lost will take fans on a harrowing journey as the "Pump It Up" rhymer speaks on the ills in his life. The first single from the project, "Broke," which dropped in July, sets the tone for the album. "I know you down to your core, unless for years you just faked it / I know all of your flaws, see your soul when you naked," he rhymes in the love-torn song.

The effort features a number of artists including Jadakiss, Marsha Ambrosius, Eric Bellinger and Emmany. Production from Boi-1da, Vinylz and AraabMuzik is also in the mix.

While fans are listening to the new sounds from Budden, he wants to let it be known that his blood, sweat and tears went into the the project.

"I worked effortlessly on this album and I hope that it shows," the Love & Hip Hop reality star told Complex. "Listen to it, grasp it, digest and understand it, and once you do my only hope is for you to feel something. Whether that feeling is love, hate, etc. But as long as you feel my goal is accomplished. Besides, music is just what feelings sound like."

Joe Budden's All Love Lost can be pre-ordered here and streamed below.

Listen to Joe Budden's All Love Lost Album

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