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Joey Bada$$ Tickets
Joey Bada$$ TicketsThose who love classic '90s hip-hop have been very enthusiastic about the arrival of Joey Bada$$. The Brooklyn rapper has a sound reminiscent of boom-bap artists from back in the day. However, Joey makes sure to give his sound a personality that extends far beyond pure mimicry, and his excellent live shows help add to his value as an artist.
Bada$$ to the BoneBorn in 1995 as Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott, Joey Bada$$ was born to immigrant parents from the Caribbean. Coming of age in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn, Joey developed interest first in acting and then in rapping. Joey and his friends eventually formed their own hip-hop collective dubbed "Pro Era." Serious exposure started to come in during the early 2010s, with tracks posted online catching heat in major outlets such as MTV. The arrival of Joey's first mixtape was in 2012, and it was titled 1999. Although it was only available on streaming platforms, 1999 still managed to become incredibly popular and well-acclaimed. HipHopDX even declared it the finest mixtape of the year. Joey soon became one of the hottest names in rap, even appearing as one of six featured rappers on A$AP Rocky's "1 Train." Joey's name was kept fresh in people's minds with the release of the Summer Knights mixtape in 2013. Being named to XXL Magazine's 2019 Freshman Class the same year definitely helped as well. In 2015, Joey released his highly anticipated full-length debut, B4.Da.$$, which peaked at Np. 5 on the US Billboard 200. Success also came with his second album, All-Amerikkkan Badass. Along with music, Joey has shown himself to be quite the actor, most particularly in the role of Leon on the acclaimed series Mr. Robot. He also received the honor of being cast as Wu-Tang Clan member Inspectah Deck on the miniseries "Wu-Tang: An American Saga." In 2019, Joey released Escape From New York, the first album with the Beast Coast collective, of which he's a member.
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Where is Joey Bada$$ playing?Joey Bada$$ doesn't have any solo tour dates coming up. However, he does have a series of dates with his Beast Coast compatriots. These shows will bring him around North America to cities such as Los Angeles, Atlanta and Cincinnati.
What can I expect from Joey Bada$$?As a performer, Joey Bada$$ is highly engaging. He displays a tight flow, showing that he brings as much to the stage as he does to the studio. Fans also greatly appreciate how much energy he possesses. He makes the most of his youth and provides everyone in the venue with an unforgettable live experience. Associates of Joey's take up the mic as well, and they prove their worthiness. Purchasing Joey Bada$$ tickets is an excellent idea if you want to see a spectacular hip-hop event.
How long is a Joey Bada$$ concert?Joey Bada$$ concerts tend to last from 50 minutes to one hour.
What is Joey Bada$$'s tour setlist like?Joey Bada$$' setlists include a great number of tracks from All-Amerikkkan Badass, with some songs from B4.Da.$$ as well as his mixtapes. He's also been known to throw in covers to give his live show even more energy, including covers of songs by the late XXXTentacion.
Who has Joey Bada$$ collaborated with?As a talented lyricist with a versatile rapping style, Joey Bada$$ is highly sought after. Among the artists whose songs he's guested on include G Herbo, Denzel Curry and J.I.D. Rappers who have guested on Joey's songs include ScHoolboy Q and J. Cole.
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