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I've gotta say, the fact that Malia Obama's Pro Era T-shirt wasn't brought up during the president's State Of The Union address on Tuesday was a huge disappointment to me. It's not a matter of…   Read Story »
If Malia Obama really is a Joey Bada$$ fan, America is going to have to face the sobering truth that, somewhere in the White House, a child is listening to Action Bronson rapping about appearing on…   Read Story »
Following the leak of the photo of Malia Obama wearing a Pro Era t-shirt, the media went into a frenzy. The New York Post even dedicated a whole article breaking down "the Malia effect," looking at…   Read Story »
Right now, the Malia Obama selfie story is threatening to overwhelm everything else about Joey Bada$$, including the impending release of his debut album B4.DA.$$. But Bada$$ is doing what he can to…   Read Story »
Malia Obama solidified herself as one of the coolest First Daughters ever after a picture of her wearing a Pro Era t-shirt surfaced online earlier this month. Fox News reports that the White House is…   Read Story »
Earlier this week, a picture of presidential daughter Malia Obama wearing a Pro Era shirt made the internet rounds. Pro Era is, of course, Joey Bada$$'s rap crew, and if an Obama is publicly repping…   Read Story »
Summer festival season is in full swing in Australia, and the young Brooklyn '90s-rap nostalgist Joey Bada$$, whose debut album B4.DA.$$ is out 1/20, had an adventure while down under this past…   Read Story »
Next month, B4.DA.$$, the official debut from the young Brooklyn rap classicist Joey Bada$$, is set to arrive. We've lately posted album tracks like "No. 99" and "Curry Chicken," and the album…   Read Story »
After spending a couple of years gestating in the mixtape underground, the young Brooklyn boom-bap revivalist Joey Bada$$ is finally about to release B4.DA.$$, his first proper album. And after…   Read Story »
After a couple of monster weeks, the music-video gods finally fell asleep on us this week, giving us warmed-over ideas and slopped-out murky execution and very, very little to get excited about.…   Read Story »