Next week, barring any further unexpected delays, Joey BadA$$ will be unleashing his latest street album upon the listening populace. Recognizing how long, and how ardently his loyal fans have been anticipating the project, the Pro.Era ringleader has decided to tide them over with the release of standout cut Amethyst Rockstar. Named after the debut album by slam poet Saul Williams, this joint features the Brooklyn wunderkind delivering bars previewed on a recent DJ Evil Dee Cipher over original production by DOOM. Kirk Knight, a fellow Pro.Era affiliate and participant in the aforementioned freestyle session, takes over on verse two. Fans will be able to find Rockstar, previous single ‘95 Til Infinity and many more bangers on Joey’s Summer Knights tape, dropping digitally on Tuesday, July 2.
Written by richard on 06/26/13
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