Pro Era week continues as the leader, Joey Bada$$ drops “20 Miles.”
Joey Bada$$ follows in the footsteps of Alicia Keys and Beyoncé as the latest musical figure to be named Creative Director of a notable company. The announcement was unintentionally made during an interview with Fuse TV, who caught up with the talented lyricist at the Ecko headquarters in New York City. Barely a minute into their conversation, the teen revealed his new […]
We receive a sampling from crooner Jared Evan and Statik Selektah’s collaborative project, Boom Bap & Blues, with “Black & White.” The oh so soulful track samples vocals from Eminem’s “Yellow Brick Road,” and features Brooklyn lyricist Joey Bada$$, who spit a powerful verse detailing his failed efforts to capture a certain female’s attention.
As one of New York City’s most prolific young artists, Joey Bada$$ recognizes the importance of asserting himself as a fixture on local radio. The Brooklyn lyricist did just that this morning, when he appeared on Power 105’s The Breakfast Club. Angela Yee, Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy picked the “Waves” MC’s brain, and got him to open […]
If you are feeling just a little bit jazzy today, Joey Bada$$ and Chance The Rapper have just the jam for you on this new single “Wendy N Becky.”
Most artists dream of working with just one of their idols. Joey Bada$$, on the other hand, has been fortunate enough to work with two in a matter of months. Preceded by the DJ Premier-produced track “Unorthodox,” more in-studio footage surfaces of the Pro Era rapper collaborating with the legendary Pete Rock.
Joey Bada$$ excited fans yesterday evening on Twitter with the announcement of his Beast Coast Tour. The 29-city run kicks off its United States leg March 22 in Portland, Ore, and will hit selective towns throughout the west coast, midwest, and east coast until it lands in Brooklyn rapper’s backyard April 21. Bada$$ will complete the tour […]
Joey Bada$$ ditches the beef and returns to the music in possibly the best way imaginable on a new track, titled “Underground Airplay.” Joined by Smokers Club affiliates, Smoke DZA and Big K.R.I.T., the young rapper ups the ante on his 90s revivalist sound on this slight posse cut.
What began as a beef on wax and social media between Lil B and Joey Bada$$ concluded with the latter abruptly deleting his Twitter account. But it looks like the young Brooklyn MC had a change of heart yesterday, as he returned to the social network.
The feud between Joey Bada$$ and Lil B has taken another bizarre turn.
Recently, Joey Bada$$ and Lil B traded diss records called “I’m the Bada$$” and “Don’t Quit Your Day Job,” respectively. Bada$$ spoke on the song he created and said that going at the Based God was just a necessary reaction.
Joey Bada$$ was not going to let a diss record from Lil B just slide, was he? Of course not. The Brooklyn MC goes in on the Based God on “Don’t Quit Your Day Job.”