Joey Bada$$

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.

Joey Bada$$ contributed to the summer with his free album, Summer Knights, but his latest release, “Norwegian Breakfast,” could have easily fit into the project’s fold.

After liberating new tracks week in and week out, Joey Bada$$ unleashes his free album, Summer Knights, in full to the Internets.

With Summer Knights releasing July 1, Joey Bada$$ returns with a new visual for “95 Til Infinity.” Like always, the young lyricist shows love to his native Brooklyn in the treatment.

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.