Joey Bada$$ Songs

  • Godspeed
    Toronto continues to produce exciting artists, and Devontée should be up next on your radar, if he's not there already. His new tape, District Vibe, is another move forward in his come-up as a self-made artist. Unlike some guys from the 6, Devontée is a cold-flowing rapper's rapper. Not to say he doesn't have any other skills -- he does a little singing, and he also produced almost every track on the tape, including "Godspeed," featuring Joey Bada$$, who's one of two features on District Vibe. 
  • Lose Control
    Lose Control
    Glass Animals are low-key the best. Maybe it's not even low-key, they had one of the best debut albums front-to-back, I could replay ZABA for infinite and it would never get old. They've collaborated with rappers in the past, namely a remix they did with Rome Fortune for "Hazey," and today they return with a dope Joey Bada$$ collaboration on deck.
  • Ill Bomb 2k15
    Ill Bomb 2k15
    Pro Era have been known to favor 90s-leaning sounds, but their latest freestyle finds them taking on an instrumental from the 00s (well, 2000, which is only a year removed from the title of Joey's breakthrough mixtape title, but small steps!).
  • Aim High
    Aim High
    Here's a new single from Joey Bada$$, "Aim High," courtesy of Scion AV. Though we tend to be wary of branded promotions like this, we can usually trust Scion, and with the help of Jozif Badmon, they've definitely delivered. "Aim High" comes with production from Harry Fraud and Alchemist. Hope y'all got your lighters handy. 
  • Good Knight
    Good Knight
    Kirk Knight really won't let the homonym that is his name go.
  • Don't Need It (Remix)
    Don't Need It (Remix)
    Rapsody decides to revisit her latest Beauty And The Beast EP today and liberate a new remix for her standout cut “Don’t Need It” featuring Merna and now Joey Badass. Leaving the chorus and Young Guru-production the same, the remix features a guest verse from Joey Badass, who showcases his usual slick wordplay and double entendres, referencing the likes of Kobe and Jordan. If you’re a fan of lyricism and bars, then you’ll definitely appreciate this remix. Take a listen and let us know what you think!
  • Nothin But Love
    Nothin But Love
    BJ the Chicago Kid is quickly establishing himself as one of the hottest crooners in the world of hip hop. His upcoming album In My Mind will feature appearances from Chance The Rapper, OG Maco and Kendrick Lamar, and today he ropes Joey Bada$$ and Hannibal Buress to contribute to his latest track "Nothin But Love." Utilizing a luscious piano line, "Nothin But Love" borrows the hook from Heavy D & The Boyz' 1994 classic "Nuttin But Love."
  • In The Wind
    In The Wind
    Tomorrow, on 7/7, Statik Selektah will release his new album Lucky 7, but first, he's giving us one more track to tide us over. "In The Wind" is a warm, uplifting cut from the album's first half, and it features Joey Bada$$ (one of his three features on the project), Big K.R.I.T. and Chauncy Sherod (who contributed vocals all over Action Bronson's recent Mr. Wonderful). 
  • Beautiful Life
    Beautiful Life
    Statik Selektah is getting ready to release a new album on July 7 called Lucky 7, and tonight he decides to release the first single from it. Calling on frequent collaborators Joey Bada$$ & Action Bronson, here goes the lead single “Beautiful Life”.
  • Connected
    Ea$y Money is preparing his debut album for release later this month, and if you weren't already anticipating the LP, his new crew track should get you excited for it. Grabbing production from the always impressive Statik Selektah, Ea$y makes a couple calls to put together a pretty awesome crew track over the expertly flipped sample. 
  • World In Your Pocket
    World In Your Pocket
    Pro Era runs deep, but Joey Bada$$ always does a good job of putting on for each and every member. Nick Caution's new record earns a verse from the crew's leader, as the two rappers reminisce over a characteristically nostalgic instrumental. The warm, guitar-sampling record comes courtesy of Chuck Strangers, who proves once again he can do no wrong.
  • Showoff Vs. Everybody
    Showoff Vs. Everybody
    "Detroit Vs. Everybody" has gradually made its way to gold status, and the song's producer, Static Selektah, is pretty excited about the certification. While the original was obviously a Michigan-centric record, Static invited a couple of New Yorkers to take on the instrumental and put on for their city in honor of the newly gold record.
  • Badmon (Freestyle)
    Badmon (Freestyle)
    Joey Bada$$ has stayed back for a minute since the release of his debut album B4.DA.$$, focusing on the visual aspect of the album.
  • Did U Ever Think
    Did U Ever Think
    Flatbush Zombies are really treating us with their weekly "Day of the Dead" releases. The past few have been consistent heat--with features from grime legend Skepta, Domo Genesis, and A$AP Twelvyy--and "Did U Ever Think" is just as solid. This time, the Zombies don't need to look far from home, finding fellow Flatbush man Issa Gold, part of The Underachievers duo, and Bed Stuy's Joey Bada$$, hot off the release of his debut album.
  • Perception Vs. Reality
    Perception Vs. Reality
    After a successful debut, B4.Da.$$, at the beginning of the year, Joey Bada$$ has been relatively quiet. After hearing a track with Houston's Maxo Kream, we now get a leak of Joey's latest, "Perception Vs. Reality," which is produced by Pro Era crewmate Kirk Knight.  
  • 1998
    Crip-turned-rapper Maxo Kream dropped off a new album, #MAXO187, yesterday, which is currently streaming on Soundcloud. Among them projects 15 tracks, a highlight comes in the form of the Joey Bada$$-featured "1998." The Houston rapper brings us a sound that wouldn't be out of place on a Pusha T album, with minimal, percussion production, not to mention references to drug-dealing and BAPE. It's also a pretty modern beat to hear the oft-old school Joey on.
  • Brokeland
    Pro Era seems to abide by the Puff Daddy ideology of "can't stop, won't stop", because the collective just keeps dropping new tunes. It hasn't even been a month since the release Joey Bada$$'s debut album and already his Pro Era family, Kirk Knight is hitting us with something new of his own. The self-produced record is called "Brokeland" and features adlibs from Wayne "Heirowayne" Harewood and mixing by Nastee. Sounding like something better fit for the mid-90s, "Brokeland" finds the young MC detailing many of the things you can come across in the mean streets of Brooklyn. 
  • Born Day
    Born Day
    Joey Bada$$'s debut album B4.DA.$$ is officially out today, and with that it's also the young rapper's birthday. Joey decided to give fans an appropriate leak on the day of his album release/birthday with "Born Day," produced by Statik Selektah and containing a familiar Nas sample from "Life's A Bitch." The Pro Era rapper released the funky single for free download, so grab it here.
  • Run Up On Ya
    Run Up On Ya
    Last night Shade 45 premiered one last song from Joey Bada$$'s upcoming album B4.DA.$$. The collaboration "Run Up On Ya" features fellow New Yorker Action Bronson and smooth hook from singer Elle Varner. The song is produced by Joey's frequent collaborator Statik Selektah, who cooks up a typically old school sentimental beat. 
  • Teach Me
    Teach Me
    Earlier in 2014 Keisza nabbed Joey Bada$$ for her record "Bad Thing." The Canadian singer returns the favor today, with an appearance on Joey Bada$$'s new single "Teach Me," off his highly anticipated B4.DA.$$.
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