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DOWNLOAD | Big Dusty – Single – Joey Bada$$
This is the official video from Pro Era member Joey Badass for the single “Big Dusty”. The single is the first from Joey Badass’ forthcoming album “B4.da.$$” which will be dropping later in 2014, and has been produced by Kirk Knight. There are no confirmed guest appearances or producers from the upcoming album yet, however we’re expecting to see the Pro Era crew mentioned, and production from the likes of DJ Premier and MF Doom who Joey Badass has worked with previously. Fans can download Joey Badass – Big Dusty from the iTunes link listed above, and you can watch the official video to Joey Badass – Big Dusty on the YouTube player below.
Joey Badass’ Pro Era crew plan to start 2014 the way they finished last year. The profile and rise of the crew grew considerably, and fans are treated to the latest single from the Pro Era group titled “Sol Luna”. Produced by Navie D, Sol Luna is the latest single (also available to download from the link above) ahead of the upcoming mxitape “Secc$ Tap.e pt2″ which will be dropping on February 14th 2014. Look out for new Joey Badass and Pro Era music coming very soon. However, you can listen to Pro Era (Joey Badass, Dyemond Lewis and A La Sole) – Sol Luna on the audio player below.
As Statik Selektah was announced as Joey Badass’ tour DJ, it was only time until the full Pro Era crew came through to Showoff Radio and performed a cypher for Statik Selektah. Joey Badass’ rise to fame continues as he was named by Vibe Magazine as one of “8 Rappers Who Could Be Future Kings of New York” and rumours of further work with DJ Premier, Madlib and MF Doom continue to circulate around the internet. You can watch the Pro Era Cypher on Showoff Radio with Statik Selektah on the YouTube player below.
This is another title the Hip-Hop world has been waiting for, and although it’s just under two weeks since Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Control” caused so much debate, Joey Badass releases Killuminati 2 (Kendrick Lamar Response). Joey Badass usually brings the plaudits out in force and I fully expect Killuminati 2 to do exactly the same. Listen out for the wordplay and punchlines. You can listen to Joey Badass – Killuminati 2 (Kendrick Lamar Response) on the YouTube player below.
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One of the most anticipated mixtapes of recent times (reaching same heights as Joe Budden’s “Mood Muzik” series) Joey Badass presents his third release “Summer Knights”. Available for free download from the link listed above, Joey Badass gives fans brand new material, and the lead single “95 Till Infinity” set the expectation for the rest of the project. Drop your comments below with your thoughts on Joey Badass‘ “Summer Knights” mixtape, and you can also watch “95 Till Infinity” on the YouTube player below.
Download | Birds Eye View
I’m not sure a better lineup has existed. A mix of old and new school combine to create a brilliant single taken from Statik Selektah’s upcoming album “Extended Play”. The track is titled Birds Eye View, and Wu-Tang’s Raekwon, Pro Era’s Joey Badass and The Roots legend Black Thought join Statik Selektah for an amazing collaboration which will delight Hip-Hop fans worldwide. Make sure you download the single from the link above, and you can listen to Statik Selektah ft Raekwon, Joey Badass and Black Thought – Birds Eye View on the audio player below.
Here is the latest video from Nardwuar who interviews Joey Badass and the Pro Era crew in a new feature that went live today. Nardwuar in typical fashion asks a series of questions and presents the Pro Era crew with a series of gifts (MF Doom) and gets a great response from the crew. You can visit Nardwuar’s Official YouTube Channel for previous interviews, however you can watch Nardwuar vs Joey Badass on the YouTube player below.
One of my “one to watch” artists in 2013 is New York based Joey Badass, who today has announced he’s teamed up with the legendary DJ Premier on his upcoming single “From the Block to the Top”. The single will be available to download from 14th January 2013, from the website listed above, and to celebrate the news, Joey Badass has dropped a two-minute video of him, and DJ Premier talking about their collaboration, and Joey Badass’ immediate plans. You can watch the Joey Badass and DJ Premier video on the youtube player below.
“Inside The Mind of MeLo Vol.3″ | http://bit.ly/SGdxML
Making his debut on Hip-Hop Kings is Brooklyn based MeLo X, and there’s not many better ways to introduce yourself then a collaboration with Pro Era artists Joey Badass and CJ Fly for his single “Live From East Flatbush”. MeLo X also produced the single, which is featured on the recently released “Inside The Mind of MeLo Vol.3″, a free download presented by GFCNY’s “Steve-Ography”. You can view the artwork and download link for MeLo X – Inside The Mind of MeLo Vol.3 above, however you can also listen to MeLo X ft Joey Badass and CJ Fly – Live From East Flatbush on the audio player below.
Written by Joe Langham
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There aren’t a lot of rappers that can claim to have sold out two venues in a matter of days, a feat usually reserved for heavyweights of the hip hop world, but Joey Badass and his Pro Era collective have been making massive waves in the hip hop world in previous months.
Despite being only 17, Joey Badass took to the stage like he had been doing it for years. Joey’s chilled flow was given some verbal energy from CJ Fly and Kirk Knight with lesser known members of the group keeping the crowd hyped. He and Pro Era kept the party like atmosphere going for over 90 minutes and brought the gig to an end with an impromptu freestyle and a second helping of ‘Survival Tactics. Their stage presence was one I can only compare to that of the Wu Tang Clan which is hardly surprising considering their ‘golden era’ sound and size of the collective.
Recently being co-signed by RZA of the Wu Tang Clan only affirms the talent that this group have. The Pro Era mix tape, announced for December 21st, is definitely one to look out for and will hopefully see some production from RZA. With the massive success of their, albeit small, UK live debut, I wouldn’t bet against seeing Pro Era in the UK again very soon.