So young, this 22 year old emcee from Brooklyn, New York, woke the music industry up discussing the political & social issues on his second studio album, “All-Amerikkkan Bada$$”. First and foremost I want to address how well put together this album is. Not only does this album show intelligence, but it also displays consciousness and black excellence. So relevant in today’s society, Joey Bada$$ lyrically addresses white supremacy, the fallen black youths taken too early in past couple years by police officers and the government system not being set up for African Americans. Executive Production done by Joey Badass & Jonny Shipes with 1-900, Statik Selektah, Like, Kirk Knight, Powers Pleasant, DJ Khalil, and Chuck Strangers gives this album a soulful delivery with memorable, passionate hooks, using different BPM numbers, with a wide variety of head nodders adjacent to the lyrics. Features from Schoolboy Q, Kirk Knight, Nyck Caution, Meechy Darko, Styles P, Chronixx, and J. Cole really helped sculpt this album. Tracks like “For My People”, “Land of the Free” and “Babylon”, Assisted Joey Bada$$, as his voice echoes through this LP, to bring about change in Amerikkka, which is one of his super powers. These tracks distinctly justify the mass incarceration that’s been ongoing for decades and also uplifting young African -Americans that’s being targeted. “All Amerikkkan BadA$$” was chock-full of powerful memorandums, that showcased the Emcee’s aptitude to be lyrically stern when it came to discussing Racism. Joey Bada$$ not only conquering the element of speaking on the inequality of African-Americans, but also delivering music that will live on in Rap/Hip Hop music history. Thank you Joey Bada$$ for being “Woke” at an early age. Purchase and Check out Joey Bada$$’s second studio album, “All Amerikkan BadA$$” where ever music is sold physically and digitally.
“It Is For Sure Time That We As A People Stand Up For Acknowledgement And Accomplishment of What We Call Human Rights. It Is Time to Rebel, Better Yet, Raise Hell! I Just Want Everyone To Be Cautious About How They Go About It.”
FB: No’el Snyder