Cause every time I make a move they be sweatin’ me
They want another black man in penitentiary
It’s even hard for that brother standing next to me
Cause he could catch a bullet that was really meant for me
In a recent interview during the popular trade show Agenda (held at the Jacob Javits center), DUNK360 and The Shrine Co. teamed up to interview Pro Era’s very own Joey Bada$$.
In the interesting set up, the collaborative ordeal entitled “The Shrine Shuttle”, Joey, Ernest Estime, and co. drove around in the back of a van to talk about what it feels like to finally drop his album “B4.DA.$$“, his favorite song/bars from the project, and more. He also took time out to detail the story behind Malia Obama supporting Pro Era, his opinion on the current state of music, social media’s pluses + minuses, and even talks about his favorite team to win Super Bowl XLIX.
Check out the uncensored interview down below and be sure to support Brooklyn’s latest great by buying the debut album “B4.DA.$$” right here.
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