Fresh off wowing Booth readers with his first feature, mixtape leak Survival Tactics, Joey BadA$$ returns to make some more Waves with the follow-up. Here, a smooth, lightly-funky industry instrumental by Freddie Joachim sets the mood for rhymes about his hip-hop dreams, his family and—of course—his flawlessly texturized locks. 1999 has yet to receive a solid release date, but those who like what they’re hearing can stay tuned for all the latest from the recent Cinematic Music Group signee.
Written by richard on 03/1/12
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"Survival Tactics" (2012)
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