12 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his second album, the Brooklyn rapper’s heart still lies with hip-hop’s golden age. While trading verses with ScHoolboy Q and Styles P on “ROCKABYE BABY” and “SUPER PREDATOR,” his deft lyricism is as evocative of East Coast rap’s early-'90s glory days as his buttery boom-bap. His thoughts, however, focus firmly on contemporary America, and he riffs on government, racism, and freedom with absorbing frankness. “DEVASTATED” is entirely forward-facing, saluting his personal triumph over hard times on top of sparkling trap beats.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his second album, the Brooklyn rapper’s heart still lies with hip-hop’s golden age. While trading verses with ScHoolboy Q and Styles P on “ROCKABYE BABY” and “SUPER PREDATOR,” his deft lyricism is as evocative of East Coast rap’s early-'90s glory days as his buttery boom-bap. His thoughts, however, focus firmly on contemporary America, and he riffs on government, racism, and freedom with absorbing frankness. “DEVASTATED” is entirely forward-facing, saluting his personal triumph over hard times on top of sparkling trap beats.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
877 Ratings
877 Ratings
Oceans22 ,

So kids don't like political hip hop>

One of the top review says, "I hope it's not political, people don't want to hear that"???? Really? So if you listened to Public Enemy or KRS1 you'd hate it? Wow so i was wrong, nothing happened to hip hop. It's listeners just got simple minded & all they care about is molly & booty!

Comefghgdfg ,

Phenomenal

This album showcases the evolution of Joeys music and shows his growth as a human. Going from the chill teenage rapper to a grown up man looking out for his fellow Americans. His words provoke political activism and change in a very compelling way. Love it

Jakeypoo35 ,

AABA

🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

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