Joey Fatts Drops Three New Songs Featuring Vince Staples, Currensy and JMSN
Joey Fatts blesses fans with three new records today (April 5)—“Everybody Knows” featuring Curren$y and JMSN, "562" featuring Vince Staples and “Swingin”—and they all have their own unique sound.
For "562," which is a reference to the area code where Joey and Vince are from, the Long Beach cousins link up over soulful Supah Mario production and reflect about their childhood. "No I don't want no Grammy plaques/I just want my grandaddy back/Ridin' in his Cadillac, like 'can I stay from school today?'/Lesson learned you crash and burn," raps Vince in his verse.
For "Everybody Knows," Joey, Spitta and JMSN rap about dropping dead weight. Over excellent production from Roc N Mayne, the trio bring their own style to the record. "Say this the life of the don, keep the baddest queen under my arm/Say it's chess not checkers baby/God in these streets these other niggas reverends baby," Fatts raps.
Last is "Swingin," a solo track by Joey Fatts that's also produced by Roc N Mayne. Over a loop of Trae Tha Truth's "Swang," Joey Fatts rhymes confidently about how he's the big homie in hip-hop, "In V.I.P. I'm hella faded, hella faded/Blowin' all this money think that I'm a mason/Got these bitches all up on me the car I came in/Niggas made it from the crack, shout out Ronald Regan."
Bump all three songs below.
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