Joey Bada$$ shares artwork and release date for his debut album <em>B4.DA.$$</em>

The Pro Era leader’s elusive debut LP will arrive early next year.

Joey Bada$$’ highly anticipated debut inches ever closer with listings for B4.DA.$$ appearing on various retail sites, including Amazon. The album looks set to arrive January 20 on both vinyl and digital formats. The artwork for the album has also surfaced, which you can view below.

There is no tracklist yet, but the album will feature ‘Christ Conscious,’ an ominous number that surfaced a few weeks ago. B4.DA$$ is also said to feature production from frequent collaborator Statik Selektah, Hit-Boy and the legendary DJ Premier.

Back in September, the New York rapper revealed that he was putting the finishing touches on the album: “At this point, the album is completed,” he said. “[I finished it] literally two days ago. It’s been pretty much completed for a while, but it’s like when you make ice cream, it’s that cherry on the top that really brings it all together. The whole time, I’ve been searching for sprinkles, and now I got it nicely decorated and everything, so it’s ready to go.”

B4.DA.$$ artwork


[via Exclaim]


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