Joey B x Yaw Tog – GORILLA

Joey B x Yaw Tog – GORILLA

Joey B

  Yaw Tog

“You know how it takes forever to take a gorilla down, even if you shoot it. That’s exactly how I felt, untouchable” says Joey B, referring to the time he recorded GORILLA. “I love Yaw Tog’s energy.” It was only a matter of time before Joey would invite the Kumerica flag bearer to drop some bars, and what a pleasure it is to hear them together on yet another Krept produced banger. “Krept and I are like Shaq and Kobe, he alley-oop the beats and I dunk them.”

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Joey B x Yaw Tog – GORILLA

Joey B

Yaw Tog

“You know how it takes forever to take a gorilla down, even if you shoot it. That’s exactly how I felt, untouchable” says Joey B, referring to the time he recorded GORILLA. “I love Yaw Tog’s energy.” It was only a matter of time before Joey would invite the Kumerica flag bearer to drop some bars, and what a pleasure it is to hear them together on yet another Krept produced banger. “Krept and I are like Shaq and Kobe, he alley-oop the beats and I dunk them.”

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Joey B x Sarkodie – COLD

Joey B x Sarkodie – COLD

Joey B
  Sarkodie

Joey B is still on his mission to solidify his spot as one of the hottest hip hop artists on the continent. Not long after releasing his top charting hit AKOBAM, he comes through with COLD, featuring ace rapper Sarkodie. With longevity and huge strides in the hip hop family under their belts, both MCs take turns delivering hard bars detailing their journey and superiority.

Joey B lets his too many enemies as well as the too many frenemies know that even with no labels I did it. Sarkodie reminds his rivals that he is the rap mu ISIS, terrorizing his rivals in his unmatched talent he describes as midlife crisis to those wondering how he still got it at his age after all these years.The drill beat by DJ Krept, and the flows on COLD will pump listener’s egos and keep them raving about the artists achievements.

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Joey B x Sarkodie – COLD

Joey B
Sarkodie

Joey B is still on his mission to solidify his spot as one of the hottest hip hop artists on the continent. Not long after releasing his top charting hit AKOBAM, he comes through with COLD, featuring ace rapper Sarkodie. With longevity and huge strides in the hip hop family under their belts, both MCs take turns delivering hard bars detailing their journey and superiority.

Joey B lets his too many enemies as well as the too many frenemies know that even with no labels I did it. Sarkodie reminds his rivals that he is the rap mu ISIS, terrorizing his rivals in his unmatched talent he describes as midlife crisis to those wondering how he still got it at his age after all these years.The drill beat by DJ Krept, and the flows on COLD will pump listener’s egos and keep them raving about the artists achievements.

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Joey B – AKOBAM feat. Kofi Mole & Medikal

Joey B – AKOBAM feat. Kofi Mole & Medikal

Joey B
Kofi Mole
Medikal

Joey B teams up with Medikal and Kofi Mole on this wavy drill beat produced by Siri Beatz, to deliver this banger titled AKOBAM. The name refers to a popular Ghanaian ointment, Ako Balm, Joey borrows from the hawkers’ catch in the chorus:

Akobam meti y3 meya – my head aches

Memu ye meya – my body aches

Mensa ye meya – my hand aches

For Ghanaians that have used or still use Ako Balm, this song is a nostalgic trip down memory lane. However it can be interpreted as a tongue in cheek plight to lovers to take it easy on their fragile partners, as suggested by Kofi Mole’s line:

I’m so fragile

Please don’t touch me, Akua Kangaroo

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Joey B – AKOBAM feat. Kofi Mole & Medikal

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Kofi Mole
Medikal

Joey B teams up with Medikal and Kofi Mole on this wavy drill beat produced by Siri Beatz, to deliver this banger titled AKOBAM. The name refers to a popular Ghanaian ointment, Ako Balm, Joey borrows from the hawkers’ catch in the chorus:

Akobam meti y3 meya – my head aches

Memu ye meya – my body aches

Mensa ye meya – my hand aches

For Ghanaians that have used or still use Ako Balm, this song is a nostalgic trip down memory lane. However it can be interpreted as a tongue in cheek plight to lovers to take it easy on their fragile partners, as suggested by Kofi Mole’s line:

I’m so fragile

Please don’t touch me, Akua Kangaroo

 

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Joey B – Lava Feels

Joey B – Lava Feels

It’s been seven years since Joey B dropped Tonga. The sound has shifted, but Joey is more relevant than ever. “I know hit songs are important, but I genuinely want to make music for my fans. When you listen to Lava Feels you’ll see I’m not there for the hits, I’m here for the culture.”

The culture is hip hop. “I’m a rapper before anything else, I’m a wordsmith.The Ghanaian hip hop community is now growing, in fact it’s been growing for some time.” What Joey is referring to is the shift from hiplife, rapping over highlife-flavored beats, to straight trap, pioneered in Ghana by himself and the likes of Pappy Kojo and Sarkodie, and now spreading to the next generation, with acts like Kwesi Arthur, Kofi Mole and La Même Gang.

“Many people are bored at home, not doing anything. My fans are on my neck for real, each and every day, Joey please release something, literally begging me.“ Lava Feels is Joey’s answer to his fans, a collection of unreleased songs, separate from the album he has been working on. “People sleep on albums. Back in the days, you would digest an album, listen to it for months, even years. That’s how albums become classics. And this is what I want to give my fans. I feel like an outcast in this Ghana music industry. Honestly, I do whatever I have to do to make it here, but I aim beyond.”

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Joey B – Lava Feels

It’s been seven years since Joey B dropped Tonga. The sound has shifted, but Joey is more relevant than ever. “I know hit songs are important, but I genuinely want to make music for my fans. When you listen to Lava Feels you’ll see I’m not there for the hits, I’m here for the culture.”

The culture is hip hop. “I’m a rapper before anything else, I’m a wordsmith.The Ghanaian hip hop community is now growing, in fact it’s been growing for some time.” What Joey is referring to is the shift from hiplife, rapping over highlife-flavored beats, to straight trap, pioneered in Ghana by himself and the likes of Pappy Kojo and Sarkodie, and now spreading to the next generation, with acts like Kwesi Arthur, Kofi Mole and La Même Gang.

“Many people are bored at home, not doing anything. My fans are on my neck for real, each and every day, Joey please release something, literally begging me.“ Lava Feels is Joey’s answer to his fans, a collection of unreleased songs, separate from the album he has been working on. “People sleep on albums. Back in the days, you would digest an album, listen to it for months, even years. That’s how albums become classics. And this is what I want to give my fans. I feel like an outcast in this Ghana music industry. Honestly, I do whatever I have to do to make it here, but I aim beyond.”

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Joey B – La Familia

Joey B – La Familia

 
Joey B collaborates with fellow rappers Sarkodie and Kwesi Artthur on a Nova produced hip hop banger La Familia, his first single of 2019.
 
Joey B, Kwesi Arthur and Sarkodie reign as top MCs in the country with each serving listeners bars that reflect their real life experiences in the music industry. Joey highlights his seven years in the game and  realises everyone he has met in the industry no be all be the same. Kwesi Arthur comes in addressing issues of how everyone wants to know what he is doing with his personal life and replies with what I chop is not your business.
Sarkodie delivers hard bars describing how some people want his downfall in the music industry making reference to American rapper 50 Cents they wanna kill me just many men but obia ntumi nye me hwee bossman loosely translating as no one can bring him down.

 

 

 

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Joey B – La Familia

Joey B collaborates with fellow rappers Sarkodie and Kwesi Artthur on a Nova produced hip hop banger La Familia, his first single of 2019.
 
Joey B, Kwesi Arthur and Sarkodie reign as top MCs in the country with each serving listeners bars that reflect their real life experiences in the music industry. Joey highlights his seven years in the game and  realises everyone he has met in the industry no be all be the same. Kwesi Arthur comes in addressing issues of how everyone wants to know what he is doing with his personal life and replies with what I chop is not your business. 
Sarkodie delivers hard bars describing how some people want his downfall in the music industry making reference to American rapper 50 Cents they wanna kill me just many men but obia ntumi nye me hwee bossman loosely translating as no one can bring him down.

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