If you're a Joey Bada$$ or Pro Era fan, then you've been checking for Joey's debut studio LP since his debut EP Summer Knights. A release date is yet to be set, but Pro Era heads can expect B4.DA.$$ to drop before the end of the year. Pro Era member Kirk Knight provides the instrumental for the first single, Big Dusty. The track has a very Mobb Deep/Wu Tang-ish vibe and a sound. It is very gritty 90s NYC hip hop inspired. The collective of emcees and producers have stated that even though they are young, (ages ranging from late teens to early 20s, think one dude might be mid 20s) they were raised and influenced heavily by the golden era. Joey released a music video this week to accompany his lead single for B4.DA.$$. Pro Era aficionados will be pleased with the total package of Big Dusty. From the aforementioned production, to the lyrics to the visuals, this is how you drop your first studio single. Along with the Black Hippy camp, the Pro Era collective might be the best overall "young" movement in hip hop today. A breath of fresh air. Peep video below and let us know what you think.