Since New York City high schools are closed, Joey Bada$$ made his television debut yesterday on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Here’s his performance of “Waves” off his mixtape 1999.
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Joey Bada$$ returns with a new video in support of his 1999 mixtape. In the YouTube description, here’s what he had to say about the visual. Fromdatomb$ is the last video I wanted to drop off “1999″ because I felt like this closed out the tape perfectly. I’m locked in the studio with my pro$ putting in that twerk on this new PRO ERA tape set two drop December 21st. stay tuned. Sidebar: Interview With Peter Rosenberg
Trae Tha Truth, Chipmunk, Iggy Azaela, B.o.B., & T.I. As always, the highlight of last night’s Hip-Hop Awards were the cyphers. Personally, there weren’t any “oh shit!” moments this year, but I took the liberty of bolding the best spitter of each group. Here are the rips courtesy of yardie. Let the great debates begin.
Off the Blackberrys and off the phone, Joey and his crew go off the top during their recent visit on Hip-Hop Nation’s Invasion Radio show.
Take it away Mr. Bada$$. Download it here. “1999 rejex” is a compilation of tracks that didn’t make it to my debut mixtape “1999″ (obviously). I decided to put this project together because I have a lot of unreleased material that I didn’t want to keep from the ears of my fans and supporters. I also have a couple of tracks on here I did when I was 15 years old (“little rachel”, “indubitable”, and “silent knight”) and I want […]
There really is no better time to drop this video than on Independence Day. And that’s just what Mac Miller does for his collabo with Casey & Joey BadA$$. Directed by Mike Waxx & Mike Carson.
Over the weekend, MTV2 premiered the latest visual aid from upstart, Joey Bada$$. The clip’s directed by hipster favorite Va$htie and follows Joey through NYC’s concrete jungle. The song trails off after a while, but there’s more in-store if you check out his mixtape, 1999.