Danger Mouse and Black Thought drop off some visuals for their single “Because” which features appearances from Russ, Joey Bada$$ and Dylan Cartlidge. Cheat Codes is coming soon.
Joey Bada$$ pays tribute to the late Capital Steez on “Survivor’s Guilt” featuring TDE’s Ab Soul. The song is Joey’s perspective on losing one of his best friends and how he’s managed to move on in life.
We’re getting closer to the release of Danger Mouse and Black Thought’s collaborative album Cheat Codes and the duo decide to drop off another joint from the anticipated project. “Because” features Russ and Joey Bada$$ trading bars over some smooth production.
Something must be brewing for Joey Bada$$ as the emcee is firing off songs at a rapid clip. The latest video takes us back to his All-AmeriKKKan Bada$$ LP and re-releases the video for “Temptation” and promises that the next album is dropping in 2022.
It’s been a while since we heard from Joey Bada$$. He’s been busy appearing on Grown-ish and various other ventures. It’s been nearly five years since his last album and the 27-year-old returns on the scene with “The Rev3nge” and a video that finds him making his triumphant return in style.
Joey Bada$$ celebrates his 26th birthday in style with “Let It Breathe.” Produced by Statik Selektah, the Pro Era emcee takes a look at his journey over the past decade as he prepares for the next stage of his career.
Statik Selektah is in the process of finishing up his next album The Balancing Act and brings together Nas, Joey Bada$$ and Gary Clark Jr. for “Keep It Moving.”
Joey Bada$$ drops a trio of new heat with “The Light,” “No Explanation” and “Shine.” Considering that it’s been three years since he last released an album, this should be enough to hold fans down.
Powers Pleasant drops a crowded remix to “Pull Up” featuring Flatbush Zombies, The Underachievers and Joey Bada$$.
T-Pain has boatloads of music that has been collecting dust and finally decided that he should cut it all loose. With that comes his “Everything Must Go Vol. 1” mixtape that gives us a taste of what T-Pain has been holding on to. One of the standout tracks features Joe Budden and Joey Bada$$ on “That’s Me.”