Rapper Joey Bada$$ clears up the 2Pac interview comment & tweet; speaks on his upcoming album ‘All-Amerikkkan Badass’, working with J. Cole & Statik Selektah, and why he sings about the current state of the USA and not himself on this project.
On April 7th, Joey Bada$$ will drop his new album titled All-American Bada$$ and as the date draws near, the Pro Era emcee unveils the tracklisting and the guests that will be featured on the project. Mr. A$$ posted the tracklist on his Instagram page and you’ll notice the likes of J. Cole, ScHoolboy Q, Styles P, Meechy Darko of Flatbush Zombies and his usual Pro Era cohorts on the project.
With the announcement that Joey Bada$$’ next album titled All-AmeriKKKan Bada$$ dropping on April 7, the Pro Era emcee releases the visuals for the politically charged “Land of the Free.”
Joey Bada$$ heads over to the Genius offices to give some insight on his politically charged “Land of the Free.”
Joey Bada$$ continues to prove that he can be a man of many styles as he shifts gears from his political overtures from “Land of the Free” to “Victory” as he prepares for a promotional run during NBA All-Star weekend. Yes, there are multiple basketball references cleverly sprinkled throughout.
Joey Bada$$ heads to GQ to drop a politically charged freestyle as the world prepares for The Donald to become the POTUS.
A timely cut from Joey Bada$$ comes in the form of “Land Of The Free” where the Pro Era emcee laments about the current state of affairs as Trump prepares to take office.
Joey Bada$$ and CJ Fly drop by Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio show to bless the mic for just under ten minutes with some off the dome lyricism.
Joey Bada$$ rides this sample of the theme song to “Narcos” for “Front & Center” to coincide with his announcement that his next album will be titled A.B.B.A.
Joey Bada$$ lets ThisIs50 know what one of his favorite verses of all time happens to be.