Saturday, February 9, 2013

Joey BadA$$ - Underground Airplay Ft. Smoke Dza & Big K.R.I.T.

The new kid on the Smokers Club team, Joey BadA$$ comes through yet again with another tough track featuring Smoke Dza and Big K.R.I.T. as all three basically go in on a cyphered out beat. Underground Airplay allows all three artists to explain their despise of mainstream music and it's ability to saturates real hip hop with commercialized trap rap.

Big K.R.I.T. directly takes a stab at critics that had issues with his debut album Live From The Underground. Joey BadA$$ brings his youthful but lazy approach to the track, which oddly fits well with the instrumental. Joey speaks truthfully about rebelling studio execs when he explains that censorship constrains his musical creativity. Smoke Dza aka Kush God, as most know him by, adds the element of finesse but the poetic bars lays the smack down on wack emcees when Smoke Dza proves who is the beast from the east.

Over Underground Airplay visual is classic hip hop and doesn't need a explanation as it enhances the visual appeal of the artist's protesting their rights in hip hop music.

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