• mark

    Why did you quote Capital Steez in a post about Joey?

  • nate

    out of all the lines u could quote, you use a line thats not his? smh

  • Soulja P

    HMMMM interesting, an article about Joey Bad but starts off with a Capital Steez verse

  • Riiiiiiiiiiiiight

    it's the hook to one of his song who gives a shit.

  • Mrleftright

    oh stop.. you THOUGHT it was his line, and it's not.. miss peas has a hard time with lyrics. Remember the illHeavens post? LOL. However, there is some interesting background on this guy that I wasn't aware of. Thanks for that. Stick to what you're good at miss peas, maybe you should have these things edited, to keep you from looking like you don't know what the hell your talking about

  • Milhouse

    "With an artist that has a lot of time to mature combined with experienced management and guidance, Joey just might have a shot at being named among his influences even in years to come."
    WHAT IS THIS SUPPOSED TO MEAN? You are a terrible writer Miss Peas. You also say that you wouldn't compare his debut to Illmatic a paragraph after saying his storytelling is "seemingly Illmatic."
    Meka, how do you let this shit fly as an editorial?

  • that truth

    the pieces her and justice write never fail to disappoint. stick to posting songs and the project its off of. and joey badass is weak

    its complicated, shots of yager, ill proly chase em with somethin rolled in lots of papers

    if it rhymes, hell say it with terrible rhythm and no mic presence

  • marty mcfly

    The tape is dope so I cosign the same opinion cause it does have that 90s feel and it was done the right way. I only listened to the tape once but I thought it was cool but to answer Miss Peas on why this may not catch on in this new age. Its because its gonna be hard for this new era to pinpoint why this is dope in the first place. Once the masses have been over commercialized too much with the sounds of bullshit, that just makes it more harder to understand something like this Imo.

  • http://2dboyz Untitled

    How many of ya'll (with the exception of Marty McFly) actually know where

    “Suspect niggas don’t come outside. You might get your wig pushed back tonight.

    originally came from? Since ya'll are so hellbent on discrediting Miss Peas knowledge of Hip Hop all the damn time.

    Sheesh. Grow up children. Again if your gonna critique, have some class about it.

    I'll give ya'll a hint, It Was Written.

    I don't know her personally, I just don't understand this hateful mentality expressed in the c-sections of Hip Hop blogs.
    Heck even Meka fell back from talking to us like idiots. Yet this type of stuff gives him/them a reason to.

  • smoke

    1999 was a huge disappointment for me. I expected more. Joey's flow and rhymes are weak and barely captures the original 90s emcees he is trying to emulate.

    Joey is just a stream of consciousness of basically bragging about girls he fucked. Basicaly making him like 95% of the young rappers today who only rap to boast their swag. he may not use the word swag but what he rhymes about the same shit basically.

    he lacks any narrative or cohesive rhymes in a song. Basically you can interchange any verse on this album with another one on a different song and it would not make a difference.

  • truth

    nobody care about him anyway lol why does it matter if 2dopeboyz made quoted the wrong artist. . this kid is boring his shows are even worse. i need more of that new shit not someone whos 17 trying to sound like a 90s rapper.




    I was a fan til i met him. little homie kinda cocky.

  • https://twitter.com/#!/YaBoy_Mal yaboymal

    anyone hating on this dope young nigga eat a fat one!!!how can you say you miss the golden era and not fuck wit dude?

  • Worldwide

    Shit is sad when a strong new MC comes along trying to make a difference and all people can do is hate. "His fanbase was his high school senior class"??? Thats some corny personal beef, nigga probably goes to his school and gets bullied by him. Lol

  • 2

    I've had "Daily Routine" and "Hardknock" on my ipod since 1999 came out. I think the best part about this guy is his style of rhyming which sounds alot like some of the greats. The substance/content of his rhymes is a little lacking, but if you don't really listen to what he's saying word for word and just listen to the overall sound, it sounds pretty cool (he picks some pretty good beats). I think you guys need to keep in mind that this kid is 17! At that age I wouldn't be able to come up with something even remotely decent. And even now I wouldn't be able to. Just for being 17 and coming out with this shit I gotta give him some props..

  • http://www.busstophustle.tumblr.com busstophustle

    Glad you're giving some shine to an upcoming artist, Peas. It works well with the intent of the blog. Still, this thing is rife with errors and your prose is confusing. Somebody's gotta edit these before they go up.

    Why do we continue to glorify the Golden Era though? It's been done. It's a highlight of Hip Hop's legacy, sure, but why continue to revisit that frontier? Doesn't it only set up future Hip Hop for a fall because it's always defined in the eyes of a past time period?

  • local

    @bustophustle your very right.... and @worldwide dude i work at SOBS believe me its not personal everyone in the crowed looked like little high school kids.

  • Worldwide

    Wasn't It an 16+ event? Surely If It were 18+ or 21+, turnout would have been different. Theres that and the guy said HIS school. Is that true?

  • http://www.twitter.com/thedavidcollins TheDavidCollins

    Jesus Miss_Peas, your writing is so redundant and grammatically poor. I love Joey, but I cannot stand Miss_Peas. Shake/Meka, lemme get a shot at some editorial stuff

  • dean