Joey 6’1’’ returns with one lost track of Joe Budden, recorded before going into retirement

Hip-hop/rap artist Joey 6’1’’ is releasing a new song November ending. The track is created from the lost songs of Joe Budden, so fans will be treated to an idea never before heard

November 16, 2019 —

Arecibo, Puerto Rico: Foremost rapper, songwriter, and broadcaster Joe Budden is a force to reckon with, in the music industry. Before retiring, he made some great music and now Joey 6’1’’ returns with one of his lost tracks that have never been heard before.

The song which is titled ‘Without a oven Mitt’ has been remastered with the input of the latest vibes. It will be available for sale on every platform on the 22nd of November and released by Puerto Rican rapper Joey 6’1’’.

In this track, Joe Budden showed his class as a top rapper and lyrics master. He starts the track with his usual Lyrical Mastery, followed by a catchy hook and Spanglish Puertorican’s Joey 6’1’’s Verse.

It will also be followed by a Spanish verse by Joey 6’1” never before heard. This song shows that both rapper's reach is international and is sure to please any Hip-Hop fan anywhere on the planet. The track was produced by K.I.D.D.and mastered to sound in a Slaughterhouse quality by Andrey Paschenko.

For listeners, this amazing work by two reputable rap artists is never to be missed. It represents the work of creativity and a dynamic and exciting way to tell amazing stories with art. Fans of both artists will be thrilled by the combination of talent and creativity by these two giant artists.

Joe Budden and Joey 6’1’’ have a lot in common including their ability to deliver lyrics in a manner that cools the human mind. They are also both good in lyrics, with impressive performance.

For more information, please contact 7879758914.

Contact Info:
Name: Jose R. Cordero
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Organization: Joey 6’1’’
Phone: 7879758914

Release ID: 88934500

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