Joey Bada$$ – Zipcodes


Joey Bada$$ comes through with some major flexes, “Zipcodes.”

We’re creeping nearer toward the arrival of Joey Bada$$’s sophomore collection, 2000. The task’s confronted a few defers over the course of the last month. After it was at first due out in mid-June, he pushed the collection back following issues encompassing example leeway. Luckily, it seems to be June 22nd is really when the venture will be dropping and he’s kept fans honest with a large number of deliveries.

Earlier today, the rapper divulged his most recent single, “Zipcodes” alongside a going with visual. The new melody flaunts creation from Kirk Knight and Mark Borino. Their warm and murky creation meets Joey Bada$$’s laidback stream as he subtleties his poverty to newfound wealth story with humble boasts about his adornments assortment and being “the realest feline since Larry David.”

Check out Joey’s new single below.

Quotable Lyrics
My cup overflowin’, I’m feelin’ fine in this Chardonnay
I dropped seven bands in Rick Owens, it was a calm day
Prices lookin’ like a zip code, I switch zones when it get cold
So they gon’ have to throw they shade from far away

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