Joey Bada$$ takes the stage at The Novo in Los Angeles for Steez Day Festival 2016. Check out the Pro Era front man get into tracks like “Big Dusty,” “FromDaTomb$,” “Waves,” “95 Til Infinity” and “Paper Trail$”. RIP Capital Steez.
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Pro Era front man, Joey Bada$$, recently caught up with Diddy’s Revolt TV and opened up about the response he’s betting getting on The Smoker’s Club Tour. Checkout the New York emcee speak on what life on the road has been like so far and his recent trip out to St. Lucia to discover his roots and meet his grandparents for the first time. There’s also some dope performance footage in-between the talking points.
Joey Bada$$ combines forces with Akomplice clothing for a new capsule collection in honor of legendary Detroit producer, J Dolla. A seven-inch of the Pro Era rapper’s new song, “Two Lips,” is set to be included in the capsule and features the young lyricist showcasing his skills with a freestyle over an unreleased Dilla instrumental. Fans can pick up the new Akomplice capsule when it drops on November 29 and proceeds will go the J Dilla foundation.
Joey Bada$$ gives viewers a personal behind the scenes look at his recent travels to St. Lucia where he got the opportunity to get in touch with his family roots and meet his grandfather for the first time. Take a look as LRG and Cinematic Music Group put together a short documentary that chronicles the young New York emcee’s journey, interaction with the locals on the island and much more.
New York’s Joey Bada$$ sits down for a Q&A session on the latest episode of Power 106’s “Now You Know” web series. Speaking candidly with the camera, Joey shares with viewers his top three favorite West Coast artists, favorite producer, favorite breakfast dish, celebrity crush, his first car and so much more. The young wordsmith also gets into what his favorite city is to visit when he’s touring and what it took for him to really get his solo music career off the ground.
Joey Bada$$ sits down for an exclusive interview with DJ Reflex over at Power 106. The New York bred emcee speaks on his love for California and touches on the importance of traveling which has only helped to make his music better. Joey also gets into details about his early hip hop inspirations and credits Method Man, Notorious B.I.G., MF Doom and Langston Hughes as his favorites. Bada$$ also weighs in on the general consensus that his sound tends to embody a golden era vibe and explains to Reflex why to him it’s like a gift and a curse.