Joey Bada$$ is a young Brooklyn emcee who was influenced by those who came before him from his region, the same way most young rappers from any region show clear influence from those who came before them in their region.
Joey Bada$$ celebrated his 20th birthday by not only giving fans a free record with "Born Day" but by dropping off his debut album B4.DA.$$. Not many 20-year olds can say they did that, let alone have accomplished as much as Joey has in such a small amount of time.
This Tuesday marked the release of Joey Bada$$' long-awaited commercial debut, B4.Da.$$. We'll be reviewing the album soon enough, but first, we're using this edition of Samples Of The Week to give some shine to the production on the project.
The wait is over. After releasing quality products like 1999 and Summer Knights, the young BK emcee Joey Bada$$' debut album B4.DA.$$ is now available for purchase from your favorite digital music sources.
Last night Shade 45 premiered one last song from Joey Bada$$'s upcoming album B4.DA.$$. The collaboration "Run Up On Ya" features fellow New Yorker Action Bronson and smooth hook from singer Elle Varner.
With B4da$$ a little over two weeks away, Joey Bada$$ received the type of promotion most artists would dream of.
Recently an image hit the internet that showed Malia Obama, the eldest of daughter of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, rocking a Pro Era t-shirt.
Earlier in 2014 Keisza nabbed Joey Bada$$ for her record "Bad Thing." The Canadian singer returns the favor today, with an appearance on Joey Bada$$'s new single "Teach Me," off his highly anticipated B4.DA.$$.
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.
Over the weekend Joey Bada$$ unveiled the tracklist and cover art for his highly anticipated and long-awaited debut album B4.DA.$$. After hitting us with the album cuts "Christ Conscious" and "Big Dusty," he kicks off this week by unleashing another funky and old school-riddled record "No.