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  1. Tojataur Reply

    Oct 02,  · You are now listening to "Enter the Void" from the album "JOEY BADA$$ / PRO ERA INSTRUMENTALS” by Lee Bannon in stores now via Babygrande Records. For more information on Babygrande Records.

  2. Shakagis Reply

    Apr 11,  · A lot of us fell in love with Joey Bada$$ after the release of his debut mixtape "" the man Pro Era, Joey’s tribute isn’t a carbon copy of the original song but Lee Bannon.

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    Jan 13,  · Joey Bada$$, the young Brooklyn rapper and part of the Pro Era crew, is days away from the release of his debut album, 'nowalmonspatreamokabtarocomater.coinfo$$,' out Jan. 20 (Joey's 20th birthday) on Cinematic Music Group/Pro.

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    Still a decent release from Joey BadA$$, but I still don't think he's returned to the level of as an emcee. The thing that keeps Summer Knights entertaining to listen to, would be the multitude of guest verses from various members of the nowalmonspatreamokabtarocomater.coinfo crew. In my opinion Dessy Hinds outshines Joey on both Sit n' Prey and Satellite, and I thought Kirk Knight stole the show on Amethyst Rockstar.

  5. Gardak Reply

    Joey Bada$$ / Pro Era Instrumentals, an Album by Lee Bannon. Released 28 August on Babygrande.

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    Joey Bada$$ - Hotbox (Feat. NYCk Caution) (Prod. Kirk Knight) by PRO ERA RECORDS. published on TZ Joey Bada$$ - "Big Dusty" (Prod. by Kirk Knight) by PRO ERA RECORDS. published on TZ. Users who like Joey Bada$$ - 95 Til Infinity (Prod. Lee Bannon) Users who reposted Joey Bada$$ - 95 Til Infinity (Prod. Lee.

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    Joey Bad Mon we appreciate your existence one love fam. TZ Comment by User Friggin love you. TZ Comment by gudonj ️. TZ Comment by WARI. said rip steezooo. TZ Comment by nowalmonspatreamokabtarocomater.coinfock. @kayzer-soulze one of the hardest lines and verses of all time for sure.

  8. Yozshumuro Reply

    Bannon admits he studied Aphex Twin’s early efforts while he forged a solo path outside Joey Bada$$’s Pro Era crew, but the record that’s most reflective of his next move—in his mind, at least—isn’t AFX’s Analogue Bubblebath Vol. 3. It’s Thee Oh Sees’ Floating Coffin LP. Not because he wants to join a garage band; because he.

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