Troy Ave Releases Joey Bada$$ Diss Track "Bad Ass" (AUDIO)


(AllHipHop News) It's Brooklyn vs Brooklyn. Troy Ave has taken his issues with Joey Bada$$ to wax. Last July, the two rappers exchanges messages on Twitter about which NYC native was the top independent artist in Hip Hop. Now Troy has released a diss record aimed at Joey titled "Bad Ass."

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Apparently, Troy was sparked to fire lyrics at Joey because the Pro Era member mentioned him on the "Ready" record. Joey rapped, "My n*gga Kirk just out sold Troy Ave."

Troy Ave faced tremendous bad press and social media ridicule after his Major Without A Deal album reportedly only sold around 7,000 copies in its first full week of release. In comparison, Joey's B4.DA.$$ moved over 53,000 (57,000 SPS) copies in its first week [editor 's note: official sales numbers for Kirk Knight's Late Knight Special could not be determined].

In response, Troy spits, "You sold a couple records, but nobody cares. You're never on the radio, because nobody cares. You don't matter, so you're mad bruh. Nobody cares. Just an internet rapper. Nobody cares."

[ALSO READ: Troy Ave Shares Official First Week Sales Numbers For “Major Without A Deal” Album]

Listen to Joey Bada$$' "Ready" and Troy Ave's "Bad Ass" below.