The other day, Lil B and Joey Bada$$ traded diss tracks (“I’m the Bada$$” and “Don’t Quit Your Day Job” respectively). Sitting down with MTV, Joey shares why he responded to the BasedGod’s initial attack.
“I just linked up with my homey [Lee] Bannon, and he played this beat and was like, ‘Yo, Lil B dis record?’ And I was like, ‘Oh, ‘ight’.” “Who knows?” he responded when asked about the BasedGod’s motives here. “But if somebody sends a jab at me, I’ll just send one twice as hard. I really didn’t have to respond, I don’t feel so, but I just did it. I don’t know why… [Actually] it’s too easy, that’s what it is. It’s too easy, so I thought, ‘Why not?’ I’m just flexing my skill on him.
If Lil B chooses to go another round, Joey says he wouldn’t respond as there isn’t a need and he’s already killed him. Now, can we get off this “beef” and get back to good music? Ok dope, check out the DJ Premier-produced “Unorthodox” right here.
Truthfully basedgod, your not worth the time.. Im glad eye was tho.. Keep bangin. A lil offended that he didnt go harder than that.. Im about to blaze to this shit, cant believe the basedgod dedicated his appreciation for me on a song! So amped. Im getting hella followers!!! If i was to diss this nigga im gettin DMX on the hook, game on the adlibs, joe budden verse 2 and the nigga who knocked him out to record it.
We’ve steered away from the Based God hype madness, and when I heard he was trying out to play for the Golden State Warriors I shrugged it off as more attempted hype. But lo and behold here he is actually trying out for the Warriors’ D-League team, the Santa Cruz Warriors. Legend should be proud.
Now that Danny Swain’s Payback is finallyavailable (don’t sleep, seriously), I figured it would be cool to give y’all a listen to track 12. And yes… you read it right, Blu and the Based God lend their talents to the song. Enjoy.