It’s been over a couple of years since Joey BADA$$ released his proper debut B4.DA.$$; since then, the New York rhymer and Pro Era representative has been delivering some tracks that more or less see him stepping out of his traditional, boom-bap style (ex. “Devastated“, “Front & Center“). As a result, many (especially his fans) have begun to wonder what to expect with his long-awaited sophomore effort, and when it would be reaching the surface.
Yesterday, Joey BADA$$ answered the latter concern by revealing the release date for said album — titled All-AmeriKKKan BADA$$ — as well as its gang/United States flag-inspired cover artwork (above). Adding to that is a short trailer for the project, which continues with the apparent patriotic, socially/racially-charged theme.
Check out said trailer below and pre-order All-AmeriKKKan BADA$$ via iTunes. In related news, Joey has also entered into controversial waters when he stated that he’s superior to Tupac Shakur (as far as rapping and battling) in a recent interview with Genius; that’s been added to this post as well.
— BADMON (@joeyBADASS) March 2, 2017
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