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post #61 of 1186
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Originally Posted by HarlemToTheBronx

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Originally Posted by DAYTONA 5000

Or know where thr hook " Who the f&$@ passed you the mic and said that you could flow..."?

That's off Infinite, right? I wasn't sure if it was used somewhere else, because not a lot of people have even heard Infinite.

All those references he makes just take me back.pimp.gif

Yeah
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post #62 of 1186

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post #63 of 1186
DOPE.
post #64 of 1186
I will give this a listen and share my thoughts later. I listened to Daily Routine which is a solid track...intrigued to hear more.
post #65 of 1186
Just watched the vid for hardknock n the flows are too nice

Im downloading this asap
post #66 of 1186
Really enjoying this. I wish the beats were mixed a little higher, but I'm assuming that's deliberate. I'm trying to figure out if I'm the only person who thinks he sounds like Big Noyd.
post #67 of 1186
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Originally Posted by MoodMuzik75

So far so good. Give it a chance. The tape is nice , yes it sounds like 90s rap but to be honest its pretty damn good . He's got skills .

I am very impressed

edit: also I recognize that beat on Survival Tactics from somewhere, I know its Big L but can't think of the song right now.



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post #68 of 1186
i liked what i heard from the youngster gon def give this a spin in the gym tomorrow
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post #69 of 1186
I'm feeling this!
post #70 of 1186
Love the use of the subtle vocals used in the beat for Hardknock. smokin.gif

The sample for fly like an eagle in Funky Ho'$ was used nicely too bfe15f69a6b6fa20a2956815c5e1a03ffcddf92.gif
post #71 of 1186
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Originally Posted by TeamJordan79

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been listening to DZA all w/e but will give this a spin today
post #72 of 1186
I find it hard to believe a 17 year old put this *@$% together.

It's like he stole a bunch of old rhyme books from '94.
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One of those tapes you can play from the beginning to end w/out any skips imo...

post #75 of 1186
not bad
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post #76 of 1186
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Originally Posted by maaarc

One of those tapes you can play from the beginning to end w/out any skips imo...


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post #77 of 1186
he's good tape is nice
post #78 of 1186
cant stop running the tape man...

daily routine and snakes are prolly my favorites but the whole joint goes
post #79 of 1186
Tape is nice, a lot of raw talent in this kid. I don't skip a track on this.
post #80 of 1186
Currently listening....this ##%% so dope.

This ##%% just takes me back, got my old sitting here just reminiscing about being young and ##%%.
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post #81 of 1186
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Originally Posted by young dr0

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Originally Posted by MoodMuzik75

So far so good. Give it a chance. The tape is nice , yes it sounds like 90s rap but to be honest its pretty damn good . He's got skills .

I am very impressed

edit: also I recognize that beat on Survival Tactics from somewhere, I know its Big L but can't think of the song right now.


post #82 of 1186
Given more spins, this album strikes me as something either an older MC heavily influenced (ghost written) or this kid is a protege of some 90's rapper secretly trying to keep his flow in the game with out showing his old face. Cuz truly this is no where near how rap music sounds and no discredit but this kid doesn't even look like those rhymes. its weird... good album.
post #83 of 1186
^I felt the same way.laugh.gif

If he's for real, though...eek.gif
post #84 of 1186
I like him as an artist. But his sound does seem FORCED. Tape gets old to me after a while. #%!+'s cool but it's 2012 man. $%+@!* gotta stop trying to rehash that "golden era" sound trying to keep that "real hip-hop" crowd.

Makes me wonder how much longevity he'll have.
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Some of ya'll should check out the Complex interview about him, pretty dope read
http://www.complex.com/music/2012/05/who-is-joey-badass/

post #86 of 1186
I *%%!+ with this. His laidback sound reminds me of Blu on some songs and Eminem during the Infinite era on others. I agree with earlier posts though, his appeal in tied to feelings of nostalgia of the golden era.
post #87 of 1186
i keep playin daily routine and killumanati boththose havent gotten old for me yet
post #88 of 1186
This mixtape is pimp.gif
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post #89 of 1186
The mixtape is dope, looking forward to his future projects
post #90 of 1186
Whoever said he reminds me of infinite Em is spot on

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