‘The Joe Budden Podcast’ Reveals Impressive Year-End Stats, Despite Rory & Mal’s Departure

Jamil “Mal” Clay, Rory Farrell, Joe Budden

‘Joe Budden Podcast’ Reveals Impressive Year-End Stats, Despite Rory & Mal’s Departure

To say “Joe Budden Podcast” caused a stir in 2021 would be an understatement. With two of the program’s longest-running groups, Rory and Mal is started from the podcast, it casts some doubt on the show’s success. While Joe Budden continues with two new hosts, Rory and Mal pick up the pieces and sign a new deal with SiriusXM’s Stitchers. Although things were pretty hectic at first, it seems Joe Budden has beaten the odds and by saying Jay Z, “Numbers don’t lie”!


Joe Budden

According to a Twitter post from Joe Buddent’s podcast account, the show received more than two million plays per week out of a total of 104,000,000 plays by 2021. The stats also revealed, podcasts generated an average completion rate of 78% while playing. publishes two podcast episodes per week, to 214 countries.

These stats come as a surprise considering how complicated things have been this year around the “Joe Budden Podcast.” As previously reported, Mal (Born Jamil Clay) and Rory (full name Rory Farrell) made headlines last year when it was reported they would no longer be participating. Joe Budden’s podcast due to not collaborating with rappers. In an alleged audio leak from earlier this year, Joe Budden Solve the problem of the alleged couple not pulling their weight and still feeling “Enjoy more.” He say:

“’Change the division. Change the benchmark. ‘ Hey, you all go get a deal and bring it back. I will take less… Not much less, but I will take less if you find the source of it. Well, all of you look for advertisers and integrators. Yes, we talk about these deals all the time! You take it, you eat differently. I take it, I eat differently. You must not bring s**t! ”

Joe Budden continue:

“I won’t say what I mean, but you won’t continue to treat me this way. You will not continue to treat these people this way. All of you take that dark energy, arrogance and entitlement somewhere else. I say all of that to say we’re going to do this, because Rory feels like he has a lot of options here. Somehow he still feels like he’s running the show. He still feels he has a choice and a choice. He feels like he gets more out of it. Rory, you are in breach of your contract and from this point forward you will be fired. And you are not welcome back. Does anyone here have a problem where I’m the one to say so? Mal, I’m the one who has to say it. Your bravery…”

Rory has been part of the podcast since its launch in 2015 when it was named ‘I’ll Name This Podcast Later.’ Mal join next year. Since leaving the podcast, the couple have started their own show called ‘New Rory & Mal.’

What is your opinion? Are you surprised that “Joe Budden podcast” is still doing so well after Rory and Mal broke up? Let us know below!


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Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: ailaslisco@interreviewed.com.

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