Quiet as kept, Joey Bada$$ has been just as consistently dope as your favorite rapper. His latest appearance on the Funkmaster Flex show is yet another installment of the Pro Era rapper’s dopeness.
Joey Bada$$ drops the official audio for “Devastated.” He debuted the song at Coachella and now here’s a better quality version for you to bump.
1998 was a pretty good year and Maxo Kream connects with Joey Bada$$ to reflect on all the things that were en vogue almost twenty years ago.
Joey Bada$$ stopped by The Cruz Show to spit some bars over iconic west coast tracks including “Bow Down” by Westside Connection, “Deep Cover” by Dr. Dre, and “Calling Out Names” by Kurupt.
You didn’t think that Joey Bada$$ was going to stay silent after Troy Ave dissed him, did you? The Pro Era emcee appeared on Sway In The Morning and proceeded to destroy the 5 Fingers Of Death. Troy Ave gets the worst of it as Mr. A$$ tears him apart. And that second verse? Good Lord!
Oh my goodness this is filthy. Your Old Droog, Styles P and Joey Bada$$ connect over a gutter Black Milk production for “Just Rhymin.”
Joey Bada$$ and Statik Selektah pay homage to the late, great Notorious B.I.G. with “Brooklyn’s Own.”
Joey Bada$$ goes nuts over a Statik Selektah production on “Ready.”
After dropping the MF Doom and Phonte collaboration “Highs & Lows”, DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9″ drop another track from the deluxe edition of the PRhyme album (that you can pre-order here). Joey Bada$$ joins the dynamic duo for the appropriately titled “Golden Era” that finds the emcees delivering poignant lyricism over a nasty DJ Premier production.
BJ and Mr. A$$ connect for the Heavy D interpolation “Nothin’ But Love.”