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  • All Amerikkkan Badass All Amerikkkan Badass Quick View

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    All Amerikkkan Badass

    Actual Cover With Joey Bada$$ Leaning Out Of Car Is Concealed By Special Outer American Flag Sleeve


    Joey Bada$$ has been teasing the title of his sophomore album for a few months now, having previously only given fans an acronym: AABA. The Brooklyn-born rapper took to Twitter to reveal the full title, ALL-AMERIKKKAN BADA$$.


    A short, 30-second teaser for the album shows Joey walking through a dusty desert dragging a baseball bat, as images of a burning cross and children playing in a field flash across the screen. As the faint final strands of the Star Spangled Banner echo through the desert, Joey winds up and uses the bat to smash a glass plate painted with the American flag, before the album title and release date are revealed.


    The title recalls both Ice Cube's classic 1990 solo debut AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted and the debut mixtape from Joey's friend, close collaborator and Pro Era co-founder Capital Steez, who released the project AmeriKKKan Korruption in 2012 before his untimely death the night before Christmas Eve that year.


    AABA will be Joey's second official album, following the release of his debut LP B4.Da.$$. He's been gearing up for the release of the album with the singles Land of the Free, an excellent politically- and socially-charged track that takes aim at Donald Trump (among others), and the 2016 cut Devastated, which gave Joey his first gold plaque.

    1. Good Morning Amerikkka
    2. For My People
    3. Temptation
    4. Land Of The Free
    5. Devastated
    6. Y U Don't Love Me? (Miss Amerikkka)
    7. Rockabye Baby (feat. Schoolboy Q)
    8. Ring The Alarm (feat. Nyck Caution, Kirk Knight & Meechy Darko Of Flatbush Zombies)
    9. Super Predator (feat. Styles P)
    10. Babylon (feat. Chronixx)
    11. Legendary (feat. J. Cole)
    12. Amerikkkan Idol
    Joey Bada$$
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  • LONG.LIVE.A$AP (Deluxe Version) LONG.LIVE.A$AP (Deluxe Version) Quick View

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    LONG.LIVE.A$AP (Deluxe Version)

    Prominent hip-hop rising star A$AP Rocky presents LONG.LIVE.A$AP. The album will feature the buzz worthy "Goldie" and the Noah "40" Shebib produced hit, "F**kin' Problems" featuring hip-hop elites Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar, which was recently most added at urban and rhythm radio and continues to dominate airwaves.


    Executive produced by A$AP Rocky and A$AP Yams, the LONG.LIVE.A$AP release will also feature guest appearances by Schoolboy Q, Santigold, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson and Big K.R.I.T. A$AP Rocky takes the reins as producer and co-producer on several tracks along with Danger Mouse, Jim Jonsin, Rico Love, Clams Casino, Skrillex, Hit-Boy and more.


    This deluxe version of LONG.LIVE.A$AP contains the original version's 12 tracks, plus 4 additional tracks, including "I Come Apart" featuring Florence Welch and "Ghetto Symphony" featuring Gunplay & A$AP Ferg.

    LP 1
    1. Long Live A$AP
    2. Goldie
    3. PMW (All I Really Need) - feat. Schoolboy Q
    4. LVL
    5. Hell - feat. Santigold
    6. Pain - feat. OverDoz
    7. F**kin' Problems - feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar
    8. Wild For The Night - feat. Skrillex & Birdy Nam Nam


    LP 2
    1. 1Train - feat. Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson & Big K.R.I.T.
    2. Fashion Killa
    3. Phoenix
    4. Suddenly
    5. Jodye
    6. Ghetto Symphony - feat. Gunplay & A$AP Ferg
    7. Angels
    8. I Come Apart - feat. Florence Welch

    A$AP Rocky
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  • B4.Da.$$ B4.Da.$$ Quick View

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    B4.Da.$$

    B4.Da.$$ (pronounced Before Da Money) is the upcoming debut studio album by Joey Bada$$.
    1. Save the Children
    2. Greenbax (Introlude)
    3. Paper Trail$
    4. Piece of Mind
    5. Big Dusty
    6. Hazeus View
    7. Like Me
    8. Belly of the Beast
    9. No. 99
    10. Christ Conscious
    11. On & On
    12. Escape 120
    13. Black Beetles
    14. O.C.B.
    15. Curry Chicken
    16. Run Up On Ya (Bonus)
    17. Teach Me (Bonus)
    Joey Bada$$
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  • Alternate / Endings Alternate / Endings Quick View

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    Alternate / Endings

    Lee Bannon is an experimental hip-hop producer from Sacramento, California. His work has spread along the vast hip hop scene, having produced Joey Bada$$, AbSoul, Souls of Mischief and others. In addition, Bannon has evolved his sound into traces of trance, jungle, and deep house music and establishing himself as one of the few producers able to navigate across all soundscapes.
    1. Resorectah
    2. NW/WB
    3. Prime/Decent
    4. Shoot Out The Stars And Win
    5. Bent/Sequence
    6. Phoebe Cates
    7. 216
    8. Perfect/Division
    9. Value 10
    10. Cold/Melt
    11. Readly/Available
    12. Eternal/Attack
    Lee Bannon
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  • Knicks Remix Knicks Remix Quick View

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    Knicks Remix

    Following the launch of what most critics (Billboard, Pitchfork, NPR amongst
    them) are calling one of the best rap records (if not one of the best records) of
    the year, producer Madlib and rapper Freddie Gibbs reunite for a final EP -
    Knicks Remix.


    This EP contains exclusive tracks not available on the pair's Piñata album.
    "Knicks," in remixed form, now features a new verse by Gibbs alongside Action
    Bronson, Joey Bada$$ and Ransom. The B-side, "Home," features BJ The
    Chicago Kid - the velvet voiced vocalist from the duo's earlier "Shame" - and
    Madlib's two-part soul-flip carries Gibb's narrative about a traveling man's
    disregard for his woman at home. Both sides are completed by previously
    unheard Madlib instrumentals.

    1. Knicks (Remix feat. Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, Ransom)
    2. Knicks (Remix - instrumental)
    3. The Dunk (Bonus Beat)
    4. Home (feat. BJ The Chicago Kid)
    5. Home (Instrumental)
    6. The Garden (Bonus Beat)
    Madlib & Freddie Gibbs
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  • Pattern of Excel Pattern of Excel Quick View

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    Pattern of Excel

    What moves faster than the internet? OK, maybe light. But besides that, it's hard to find something more fleeting, rapidly changing and dynamic as the voice of the online community, which ultimately shapes the contemporary creative landscape both on and off the screen. As it happens, sometimes the artists who are most celebrated by the collective interweb are the same ones who later are in the throes of its fickleness. In the case of Lee Bannon, he's managed to slip into the elite of so many disparate (yet all discerning) scenes that even the speediest of hype surfers can't seem to keep up with his sonic shapeshifting. After an initial rise in the world of hip-hop (self-releasing beat tapes, collaborating with rap royalty like Souls of Mischief and Hieroglyphics and producing and DJing for Joey Bada$$ and the Pro Era crew), Lee Bannon turned his attention to a more ambitious, unconventional and decidedly anti-fad cause: taking influence from Goldie, Aphex Twin and the legacy of drum & bass and jungle to craft his debut LP Alternate/Endings. The album, released in January 2014 on Ninja Tune, was percussively dense, somehow both raw and razor-sharp, and featured enough peaks and plummets to blow the snapback right off the expectant hip-hop head's skull. Despite (or perhaps because of) the bold shift from previous work, the album was released to critical acclaim with words of praise coming from Rolling Stone, Resident Advisor, FACT, Pitchfork, The Guardian and more. Never one to stagnate, Lee Bannon has spent the subsequent months further honing his skills as a hotly-tipped collaborator (working more with Joey Bada$$, Wiki and producing Mick Jenkins' newest single, as well as more credits to come later this year), touring extensively (including a run with Trash Talk and Ratking in North America) and turning his attention once more to the studio for solo work. His sophomore LP on Ninja Tune, Pattern of Excel, again signals a movement away from the ground he's already covered and toward his own vision of the leftfield future. Gone are the rapidfire breaks and growling b-lines of his debut, replaced instead by a considered exploration of ambient soundscapes and drone influences. Though less immediately demanding of the listener's attention, Pattern of Excel shines in its quietude: the bokeh which filters through Artificial Stasis, the distant but steady build of Memory 6, the strings sadly quavering into a melody on Disneµ Girls. Rather than a departure, Pattern of Excel can only be considered a continuation of Lee Bannon's proven flexibility and commitment to innovation and progression.
    1. Good / Swimmer
    2. Artificial Stasis
    3. dx2
    4. Suffer Gene
    5. refoah
    6. Shallowness is the root of all evil
    7. Paofex
    8. kanu
    9. Aga
    10. inflatable
    11. AW in the Sky for Pigs
    12. Disneµ Girls
    13. SDM
    14. Memory 6
    15. Towels
    Lee Bannon
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