Connect with us

Music

Joey Badass Joins Phony Ppl’s ‘On My Sh*t’ To Boast About Their Top-Notch Looks

The Brooklyn native delivers his third feature of the year alongside the genre-bending collective. …

New music from Joey Badass have come far and few this year, but at least fans have been able to get something from the normally quiet Brooklyn rapper. Delivering yet another set of bars to his supporters, Joey links up with Phony Ppl for their new single, “On My Sh*t.” The song fits right alongside the many songs in the collective’s genre-bending resume and finds both artists dusting off their shoulders and complimenting themselves for being such clean-cut and top-notch gentlemen. They both go as far as to compliment the ladies around them that are on a similar elite status.

Giving fans and high-spirited video for the song, Phony Ppl pull up deep to a secret party filled with women who stand out just as much as they do. The collective pop their collars and take over the function while boasting of the precision-focused styles. Joey Badass soon appears at the party, as a surprise to everyone in attendance, and quickly finds his place among the attendees while laying a smooth verse filled with the same confidence Phony Ppl brought to the function.

Advertisement

This year marks the return of both Joey Badass and Phony Ppl. The Brooklyn rapper touched down with The Light Pack EP in July, a release that stood as his first solo project since 2017’s All Amerikkkan Badass. Aside from the EP, Joey also joined Nas and Statik Selektah for their “Keep It Moving” track. As for Phony Ppl, “On My Sh*t” is the group’s first release since tapping Megan Thee Stallion for “Fkn Around” back in January. The Brooklyn collective premiered the track during the Houston rapper’s NPR Tiny Desk set last year.

Listen to “On My Sh*t” above.

Advertisement

Megan Thee Stallion is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Stay updated! Click the Google News follow button for more news and updates.

Follow on Google News

Artist Spotlight

Gary Pratt Delivers Heartbreaking Single “Before Someone Gets Hurt”

Country artist Gary Pratt has released a new single, “Before Someone Gets Hurt,” from his album, “Something Worth Remembering.” The song, written by Larry McCoy, Bart Butler, and Westin Davis, tells a story of love, fear, and the difficulty that comes with making the decision to end a relationship.

Pratt, who hails from the small town of Slickville, Pennsylvania, has experienced the ups and downs of relationships firsthand. He shares, “I have been in many relationships. I’ve been hurt and I’ve broken some hearts. We all tend to paint a perfect picture of ourselves when we start into a relationship, but when the true people emerge, it just doesn’t work out. There is always one person out of the two who hurts much more than the other.”

Advertisement

“Before Someone Gets Hurt” is a poignant and emotive track that showcases the team’s exceptional songwriting and Gary’s vocal abilities. The song is a heartfelt ballad that delves into themes of love, heartbreak, and regret, delivered with sincerity and raw emotion.

Pratt’s vocals are the highlight of the track, conveying a sense of vulnerability and longing that perfectly complements the introspective lyrics. The production is minimalistic yet effective, with acoustic guitar and gentle percussion providing a subtle backdrop to Pratt’s soulful voice.

Advertisement

The chorus is particularly impactful, with Pratt’s voice soaring over the instrumentation as he sings about the consequences of a failed relationship. The song’s melody is catchy yet melancholic, sticking with the listener long after the song has ended.

Advertisement

Overall, “Before Someone Gets Hurt” is a beautifully crafted song that showcases Gary Pratt’s talent as a singer-songwriter. It is a heartfelt and authentic track that is sure to resonate with listeners who have experienced the pain of lost love.

–Norman Strain

Advertisement
Continue Reading

Album Review

Belle Lundon Gets Emotional and Existential on “Space Cadet”

Belle Lundon is a multifaceted artist excelling in music, acting, and songwriting. Raised in New Orleans and now based in Houston, her artistic journey blossomed at the California Institute of the Arts. In 2016, Belle won a Coca-Cola music competition, leading to a performance at the Apollo Theater in New York where she captivated audiences with “He Wants It All” by Forever Jones. Beyond covers, Belle’s original song “My Soul to Keep” earned her the W.A.M. Award for Best Gospel Song in 2020. Belle’s passion lies in sharing her music globally, with dreams of embarking on international tours, always striving for authenticity, success, and happiness in her artistry.

Her latest single, “Space Cadet” captures the internal struggle of feeling overwhelmed and seeking redemption and support. It conveys a narrative of personal turmoil, mistakes, and the human desire for a sense of upliftment and understanding. The recurring motif of drowning and being lifted up symbolizes the search for hope and assistance in times of despair.

Advertisement

The lyrics delve into themes of vulnerability, redemption, and the human condition. The repeated lines “Feels like I’m drowning, grab my hands and lift me up” suggest a plea for help and connection, emphasizing the universal need for support and understanding. The contrast between “giving up” and “not giving up” reflects the internal conflict between resignation and resilience. The mention of “Subliminal like haiku” indicates a nuanced and profound communication of feelings, akin to the brevity and depth of haiku poetry. The invocation of “Chrios” could symbolize a call to a higher power or inner strength, adding a spiritual dimension to the song’s exploration of seeking guidance and clarity.

Advertisement

For further thematic exploration, artists like Sufjan Stevens, with his introspective and often spiritual lyrics, and Florence + The Machine, known for their poetic and metaphysical themes, would resonate with the mood and style of “Space Cadet.”

“Space Cadet” seems to be a richly textured song that weaves together themes of struggle and resilience with a musical backdrop that spans pop, R&B, and electronic genres, infused with elements of dream pop and synth-pop. The song’s narrative centers on the journey through hardship, underlined by an emotional plea for support and the hope for a brighter, more euphoric future. Its lyrics reflect a deep sense of being overwhelmed yet underscore a strong will to persevere and overcome, making it a poignant anthem for those facing their own battles.

Advertisement

The combination of hopeful, resilient, and determined moods with the thematic focus on struggle, resilience, and support creates a compelling contrast against the relaxed, dreamy, and ethereal tones provided by the music’s instrumentation. The use of synth, drums, guitar, and piano, alongside the subgenres like chillwave and lo-fi, suggests a sound that is both introspective and uplifting, capable of transporting the listener to a state of contemplation and solace.

This duality between the song’s thematic depth and its sonic atmosphere might be what Belle Lundon aims to convey: a message that even in the depths of adversity, there is a space for dreaming, hope, and finding support, whether through personal connections or the universal experience of music. “Space Cadet” appears to be an invitation to acknowledge our vulnerabilities and struggles but also to remember the strength and resilience within us that helps to navigate through tough times.

Advertisement

–James Watkins

Advertisement
Continue Reading

Video Of The Week

Trending