The rumored Joey Bada$$ and XXXtentacion project appears to be happening as the duo drop a freestyle over the Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock and Future song “King’s Dead.” How do you feel about this union?
Joey Bada$$ pays homage to the late Biggie Smalls with the Salaam Remi produced “King of the Jungle.”
Smoke DZA announces his next album Not For Sale; which serves as the official follow-up to his critically acclaimed Pete Rock-produced album Don’t Smoke Rock. The album drops on 4/20 but DZA blesses us with the Joey Bada$$ assisted “The Mood” to give us a taste of what’s to come.
Tracklising and Credits For Smoke DZA’s Not For Sale:
- “The Legacy” (Produced by BobGnarly)
2. “The Mood” f/ Joey Bada$$ (Produced by 183rd)
3. “The Come Up” f/ D.R.A.M. (Produced by DJ Steel)
4. “The High” f/ Velous (Produced by DJ Relly Rell)
5. “The Hustle” f/ Bodega Bamz & LevyGrey (Produced by LevyGrey)
6. “The Love” f/ Ty Dolla $ign (Produced by DJ Relly Rell)
7. “The Lifestyle” (Produced by Cardo)
8. “The Antidote” (Produced by LevyGrey)
9. “The Game” (Produced by LevyGrey)
10. “The Glow” (Produced by LevyGrey)
11. “The Soul” f/ Vado (Produced by BobGnarly)
12. “The Hookup” f/ Cozz & Dom Kennedy (Produced by Girl Talk)
With the announcement of Pro Era’s Chuck Strangers’ debut project Consumers Park dropping on March 16th comes the single “Style Wars” with Joey Bada$$.
Joey Bada$$ has been hitting us with heat for the past few weeks. And that trend isn’t slowing down anytime soon as he connects with fellow Pro Era member Chuck Strangers for “80 Blocks.”
Joey Bada$$ pays homage to the late, great Prince with his remake of “When Doves Cry” titled “Thugz Cry.” What are your thoughts on his flip of The Purple One’s classic?
Joey Bada$$ links up with Dessy Hinds to drop “King To A God” to celebrate his 23rd birthday.
Joey Bada$$ digs into the vault and releases this 2013 collaboration with fellow Pro Era artist Kirk Knight titled “Gazilliona.”
Fun fact: Post Malone’s smash single “Rockstar” originally featured Joey Bada$$ and T-Pain. But both were replaced by 21 Savage and the rest is history. If you ask us, we like the OG version of the song. Listen to it now.
G-Eazy, Joey Bada$$ and Enisa go to work on “Ain’t A Damn Thing Change” from Statik Selektah’s 8 album. With additional production from Brady Watt, Cas Weinbren and Utril Rhaburn, this joint goes.