JOEY BADA$$ RELEASES NEW ALBUM 2000 OUT NOW VIA PRO ERA/COLUMBIA RECORDS NORTH AMERICAN TOUR CURRENTLY UNDERWAY
JOEY BADA$$ RELEASES NEW ALBUM
2000 OUT NOW VIA PRO ERA/COLUMBIA RECORDS
NORTH AMERICAN TOUR CURRENTLY UNDERWAY
(July 22, 2022) – Joey Bada$$ officially releases his new studio album 2000, out today via Pro Era/Columbia Records. 2000 arrives nearly 10 years to the date after his classic mixtape, 1999, marking a new chapter for the 27-year old multi-hyphenate while closing another one. The album title serves as a reminder for the world that time is a concept and it’s really just been one long year since Joey and Pro Era exploded onto the scene in 2012. The new project features previously released singles “Zip Codes,” “Survivors Guilt,” “Where I Belong,” and “Head High,” alongside guest appearances from Diddy, Capella Grey, Chris Brown, JID, Larry June and Westside Gunn.
In support of the album’s release, Joey’s 1999 2000 summer North American tour is also currently underway where he recently performed a raucous sold-out hometown show at Terminal 5 in New York City ahead of upcoming stops in San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles and more.
Listen to 2000 above, check out the full tour routing and album details below and stay tuned for more from Joey Bada$$ coming soon.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
07/23/22 – San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
07/24/22 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
07/26/22 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
07/27/22 – Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
07/28/22 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Novo
July 22, 2022
Pro Era/Columbia Records
- Intro (The Baddest) (feat. Diddy)
- Make Me Feel
- Where I Belong
- Brand New 911 (feat. Westside Gunn)
- Cruise Control
- One of Us (feat. Larry June)
- Welcome Back (feat. Chris Brown & Capella Grey)
- Show Me
- Wanna Be Loved (feat. JID)
- Head High
- Survivors Guilt
- Written in the Stars
About Joey Bada$$:
Born Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott, Joey Bada$$ grew up in Bed-Stuy reading the works of Harlem Renaissance writers and beyond, building a natural transition to rap by bringing a careful artist’s eye to what was already familiar to his hometown’s hip-hop audience. At 17, he dropped his career-launching mixtape 1999, which merged the gritty New York of the past and his present with a technical skill set, making him one of the most sought-after young talents in the industry.
Joey’s debut album, 2015’s B4.DA.$$, debuted at No. 5 on Billboard and topped the hip-hop charts. His 2017 album, All-Amerikkkan Badass, showed his chops as a political writer with a gift for melody, translating his world-wearied observations into unifying anthems. Amidst the music, he’s brought his creativity to a new medium that same year, appearing in a well-reviewed, fan-favorite role on USA Network’s hit show Mr. Robot. In 2019, he released a collaborative project with Pro Era, Flatbush Zombies, and The Underachievers, Escape From New York, and toured the country as a collective.
Continuing his pursuit of acting, he recently starred in the Oscar award-winning short film Two Distant Strangers and debuted his starring role as the villain, Unique, in “Power Book III: Raising Kanan” from the successful “Power” franchise on Starz. His latest performances on the screen cemented the fact that he is an ambitious and skilled actor who will be around for a long time.
In early 2022, Joey began teasing that he would be releasing a new album this year with his single “Head High” and recently announced that indeed his new project titled 2000 will be released on the 10-year anniversary of his breakout mixtape 1999. Following the release of the project, Joey will embark on a 20-date summer tour. 2000 is set to start a new chapter for the 27-year old multi-hyphenate while closing another one. The album title serves as a reminder for the world that time is a concept and it’s really just been one long year since Joey and Pro Era exploded onto the scene in 2012.