Joey Bada$$ – Like Me [Music Video] (NY)

February 13th, 2015 | By

Joey Bada$$ has hit his stride with his release of his talked about album, “B4.DA.$$“. Many feels as if the 90s was brought back, just for that blip of time. While there are others who are still skeptical about Joey’s lyrical content, the rest of us is cheering on his journey in this rap game. Today Joey gives us the visual to “Like Me” featuring BJ The Chicago Kid. He puts himself in a love triangle that outcomes the worst possible of misunderstandings and stupidity. This video is definitely for the win. Check out the video, and make sure you get your copy of “B4.DA.$$” out on iTunes now

Directed by Nathan R. Smith and Joey Bada$$. Produced by J Dilla, Co production by the Roots

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3 Responses to “Joey Bada$$ – Like Me [Music Video] (NY)”

  1. Aleisha says:

    I like how the music video had a story behind it. I felt like I was watching a crime show off of tv. I wonder what the message behind the video was. Was the message to make the right decisions when it comes to who you date and when it comes to your interaction with the police? Although the script was kind of difficult to understand, I thought the song was pretty good. I like the old school New York vibe.

  2. Bobby says:

    This was a great music video. At points I forgot if I was actually watching a music video or if it was a television show. I think Joey ran from the cops because there was a scene earlier in the video where he robbed a place. Even though he didn’t shoot and kill anyone, the cops were probably looking for him. This is why I think he ran from the crime scene. Overall, I thought this was a very powerful video. It has a deep meaning that can be interpreted differently.

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