2x12" Vinyl - Rap & Hip Hop, First Time on Vinyl - Joey Bada$$' aptly titled mixtape consists of the songs that didn't make it onto his first effort, "1999."
Check out Rejex, a mixtape from Joey Bada$$ that saw the light of day on Thursday, September 6th, 2012. Joey Bada$$'s movement grows stronger with each new release, and Rejex has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Joey Bada$$ has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Joey Bada$$ has on deck.
A few months ago, a fresh young face from the depths of Brooklyn broke into the hip hop scene proclaiming himself as Joey BADA$$. Now after releasing his debut mixtape 1999 to critical acclaim at only 16, Bada$$ returns with a compilation filled of outtakes and unreleased tracks, appropriately titled Rejex.
In an audible tableau, Rejex perfectly captures the growth of Badass as an artist. While still young and finding his niche, the Brooklyn emcee maneuvers through the tracks toying with the essence of experimentation. With a slick delivery flowing from his teenage recollections, Bada$$ laces each track with his usual polished ease–fluid and raw. His flow is reminiscent of the classic New York styles with direct influences from legends such as AZ to new era West Coast emcee Blu. Through his multisyballic approach and frequent stop-go delivery, the light of the East Coast golden era shines in the young emcee, paving the way for the potential to join the ranks of legends.