Joey Bada$$ Says He’s Bringin’ Brooklyn Back In A Tony Touch Freestyle (Video)

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Some things just make sense. If Joey Bada$$ was around, in the industry, in the late ’90s, he would have sounded right and exact on Tony Touch cassette tapes. The Taino Turntable Terrorist and the Pro Era front-man linked on Toca Tuesdays.

On a loop-based beat made famous by Lootpack and Pacewon (despite being credited to Madlib and Ski Beatz, respectively), Bada$$ goes in. The MC shouts out Duck Down (as Sean Price also touched the beat) to talk about his latest purchases, his boom-bap style, and bringing Brooklyn back. Tony, as always, kicks in some off the top bars of his own, before switchin’ the beat to somethin’ a little more West Coast:

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