Joey Bada$$ Songs

  • 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$$ has been relatively quiet. After hearing a track with Houston's Maxo Kream, we now get a leak of Joey's latest, "Perception Vs. Reality", which is produced by Pro Era crewmate Kirk Knight.  
  • 1998
    1998
    Crip-turned-rapper Maxo Kream dropped off a new album, #MAXO187, yesterday, which is currently streaming on Soundcloud. Among them projects 15 tracks, a highlight comes in the form of the Joey Bada$$-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
    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$$'s new single "Teach Me," off his highly anticipated B4.DA.$$.
  • On & On
    On & On
    With his debut album, B4.DA.$$, only weeks away, Joey Badass decides to come through tonight and liberate a new leak called “On & On” featuring Maverick Sabre and Dyemond Lewis.
  • Curry Chicken
    Curry Chicken
    Joey Bada$$ just dropped his latest song, "Curry Chicken," less than a month before the release of his debut album, B4.DA.$$. The 19 year-old spits over a soulful instrumental melody with his characteristic introspective lyrics and measured pace. It's a funky track, with scratching and a helium voice in the background, but it's solid, nonetheless. 
  • No. 99
    No. 99
    Over the weekend Joey Bada$$ unveiled the tracklist and cover art for his highly anticipated and long-awaited debut album B4.DA.$$.
  • Knicks (Remix)
    Knicks (Remix)
    Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's joint LP, Piñata, was released earlier this year and is (in some people's minds) one of the year's finest. Now, one of the highlights of the project, "Knicks," has gotten the all-star remix it deserves. Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$ and Ransom, all of whom know their way around a dusty boom-bap track, hop on the Madlib joint.
  • Christ Conscious
    Christ Conscious
    Joey Bada$$ has his B4.DA.$$ album on the way, but we still don't know when it’ll officially arrive.
  • Get Paid
    Get Paid
    Joey Bada$$ has apparently completed his long-awaited debut album, B4.DA.$$, but it's still without a release date. To hold fans over until it receives one, Joey has shared a choice outtake from the album on his Souncloud today."Get Paid" is the raucous boom bap we've come to expect from Mr. Bada$$, and seeing that it didn't make the cut of the record, expectations should be pretty high for the tracks that did. 
  • Bad Thing
    Bad Thing
    Canadian-bred singer/songwriter Keisza, currently residing in NYC, has found success with her single "Hideaway" (we recently heard Chinx remix the track in fact, but listen to the original "Hideaway" below). Today she receives her first HNHH post with the release of a new record called "Bad Thing" featuring New York favorite Joey Bada$$.
  • Jerome
    Jerome
    When we spoke to Mick Jenkins the other week he expressed an interest to work with his fellow Cinematic Music Group artists, lo and behold, one such collaboration appears on his brand new mixtape The Water[s]. The chemistry between Mick and Joey is real, as the two trade bars over hard-hitting production from Kirk Knight, which also includes a Biggie sample from "Dead Wrong."
  • Big Dusty
    Big Dusty
    Today Joey Bada$$ decides to finally let go the first single from his anticipated debut album, B4.DA.$$, which has been in the works for quite some time. Basically shortly after he set foot into the game with his mixtape 1999 we started hearing about B4.DA.$$, but it's been kept tightly under wraps for the most part.
  • So High
    So High
    It's been close to a year since Joey Bada$$ released his sophomore mixtape, Summer Knights, but it seems there are still some outtakes from the sessions we haven't heard yet.
  • Carry On
    Carry On
    Yesterday this new Statik Selektah single hit the airwaves thanks to Elliott Wilson, who played the cut during his Sirius XM radio show. Now Complex has let it go for the internets to enjoy.
  • Mr. Wonderful
    Mr. Wonderful
    UFC light heavyweight fighter, Phil Davis is getting ready to face off against Anthony Johnson this Saturday, and he now has some brand new entrance music for the occasion. Joey Bada$$ has recorded a new track, which takes its name from Davis' Pseudonym (which he shares with his cat), "Mr. Wonderful". The lyrical assault goes on over a beat provided by Kirk Knight, and while it lasts only two minutes, it's likely perfectly timed with Davis' walk to the ring.
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