Joe Budden kept his response to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control (HOF)” in the same vein as the original. The Slaughterhouse member even attach his opinions to a list of the MCs namedropped in the TDE rapper’s verse and more. This included Joey Bada$$, who recently responded via Twitter.
The days when R&B and Hip-Hop collaborations were buttery smooth love anthems seem so far off. Well, unless you count this release from newcomer Justine Skye called “Messing With You,” featuring Joey Bada$$.
Joey Bada$$ delivers more content in support of his Summer Knights project with a visual for the intro “Alowha.” Consider this a treat, because this actually doubles as a short documentary that captures the young wordsmith’s recent European tour.
After premiering the song in Toronto earlier this month, Joey Bada$$ delivers the CDQ for “Amethyst Rockstar,” featuring fellow Pro Era rhymer Kirk Knight.
Sorry to be the bearers of bad news, but Joey Bada$$ will no longer release his Summer Knights EP today as originally planned. Fret not fans. This dark cloud has a silver lining, because the project will now drop July 1 as a free full-length album. We receive another sampling today with “95 Til Infinity.”
Today, Pro Era unleashed a visual for “Like Water” from their 2012 mixtape PEEP: The aPROcalypse. The track features Joey Bada$$, CJ Fly, and the late Capital STEEZ rapping over a mellow boom-bap beat by Statik Selektah.
Good tunes are an essential aspected to any summer. While some of the biggest names in Hip-Hop focus their efforts on creating the anthem of the season, fans rely on other artists like young gunner Joey Bada$$ to provide a smooth alternative like “Word Is Bond.”
Among the 17 tracks on this year’s XXL Freshman mixtape was a collaborative gem by Joey Bada$$ and Action Bronson, titled “B.A.R’d (Beyond a Reasonable Doubt).” Fortunately, someone was considerate enough to provide a tagless version sans DJ Drama’s incessant yelling.
Pro Era returns with a visual for “School High,” one of the more playful jams from their 2012 mixtape PEEP: The aPROcalypse. A certain leafy green plant was the motivation behind the cut, driven by smooth percussion and keys from the track’s sample, “Sometimes” by Bilal.