Joey Fattz’s “Used to Be” Prod. by Git Beats - New video release from Pittsburgh Veteran, Joey Fattz. We are highly anticipating his debut album release, “Bazooka Joe” which will be available on iTunes and many other music selling sites and this Video is the first single from this upcoming project.. After producing 6 extremely successful Mixed Tapes, Joey will be releasing his first album very soon. This new project has features from: BZE, Chevywoods, B. White and Joey has recently done features for the following artists: Wulords, Brixx, and B. White. Some of the best Hip Hop artists Pgh has to offer are working with Joey, whether he is featuring them or they feature him, the point is; it is wonderful to see artists coming together and working progressively on creating bangin Hip Hop! Be on the look out for Joey Fattz’s debut album ”Bazooka Joe”!! He has proven time and time again he is worthy of his reputation for creating Real Hip Hop and a true force to be reckoned with! His ability to rhyme 4 syllable bars alone, coming so easily to Joey, displays to his listeners the level of skills at Joey’s disposal. Coupled with the crazy beats he is very selective about choosing, Joey’s music has reached new heights! For all Joey Fattz music, updates & shows check out his site: www.JoeyFattz.com or follow him on twitter at: https://twitter.com/RealJoeyFattz.
“The Shadows” by Joey Fattz is a single from his last project, Pain is Pleasure II. It was Joey’s 6th mixed tape. Featuring no one but himself, his lyrical potency coupled with the gritty visuals draw the listener into his world. Feeling the chill in the air on a cold, dark Pittsburgh street as you watch Justin Boyd, the Video Director, portray Joey’s lyrics with such intensity. A Producer Ricky P beat booms in the background as Joey spits bar after bar about the harsh realities of the, “The life I live in.” Bringing the listener back to the old school Hip Hop, a means for positive expression about the real struggle to survive by any means necessary. Sheding some light in a dark place, Joey’s song and Justin Boyd were a great team. This is a must see for all Hip Hop lovers.
New music video from Joey Fattz “The Shadows”
Joey Fattz is a confident MC. Now that can go one or two ways depending on if you got the talent to back it, and Joey got that as he invites you into Joey’s World bringing a little bit of everything to the table, from sharp flows to solid bars along with conceptual tracks and an assortment of different beats. This is one of those albums where there’s something for everyone, with every song adding another piece to the puzzle that is the life and mind of Joey Fattz.
After an epic celebratory boastful introduction which very much sets the tone for the whole tape Joey jumps into “Pulp Fiction” that drops a soulful backdrop as he drops raw raps with a tight flow and solid rhymes. “You See Me” finds Joey and E.D.O.T. going in over a grimy beat and then we get to “Street Lights”, one of highlights of the album. This joint got a hype beat as drug rhymes are effortlessly spit with the tone of truth. The next highlight is up next in “Ain’t A Thang” as all three MCs including E.D.O.T. and NuDimez rip into the track spitting pure fire on every verse. The beat is a hypnotic head-nodder and the hook is epic.
At this point the album takes a turn towards the serious side as Joey Fattz flips an incredible sample to give us “All The Time” to drop some reality rhymes, deep thoughts type shit. Then on “Meeting Places” he spits game about getting females on some “Camay” type shit. Yet again a soul sample drives this gem. Then we get hyped up again with “On My Grind” and “If This World Was Yours”, the latter boasting another solid appearance from NuDimez. The final song, “Time Flies” is a great look at how fast time can go by and how easily situations can change, especially when you living that life. It’s a great reminder to those working that the shit is real.
A couple joints were good but didn’t live up to the standard set by so many other incredible songs. “Convict Moshpit” only suffered from a beat that didn’t really work, lyrically Joey still killed it. Also as dope as “Man I Came To Be” is, the placement makes it tough to listen through every time but it’s still a solid track.
Sometimes when an artist tries to tackle every style of hip hop it brings the album down, like they’re trying to do too much, but Joey Fattz succeeds on the very diverse Joey’s World. Through a complete project’s worth of material we see every side of the artist, from questions to concerns, from happiness to pain and everything in between. The production matches the subject matter on damn near every song and the result is a very listenable record. Definitely recommended if you like some straight up good hip hop from an artist who truly has the skills of an MC.
As promised PGH Hip-Hop legend Joey Fattz delivers his latest mixtape Destruction Zone right on time. Fattz is well known as one of the cities best spitters and is looking to make waves with his latest offering. Destruction Zone features production from Sayez, Ricky P, E. Dan, DJ Huggy as well as guest appearances from Dotty Ducati, Nu Dimez, Bevie, and more.
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Joey Fattz is back with another single off his Destruction Zone mixtape. “It’s Fattz” is an upbeat party banger that shows why Joey is one of the best in Pittsburgh. Follow Joey on Twitter @RealJoeyFattz. Destruction Zone drops January 25th!
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Joey Fattz is a Pittsburgh Hip-Hop veteran. Hailing from the streets of the North Side of Pittsburgh Joey tells a story of struggle. On January 25th he will release his latest mixtape Destruction Zone. The first single “I’m A Hustler” is a vivid street tale over a haunting Sayez production. Destruction Zone drops in 2 weeks!
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