Joey 600 delivers some new heat in his latest release "60 Seconds."
Born and raised on the West Side of Chicago, Joey 600 gives fans what most would consider somewhat of an interlude in "60 Seconds." It wouldn't take a rocket scientist to figure out why this record has its title.
After speaking with Joey briefly about this record, he stated: "I made the song originally just after being inspired by Valee's come up and the type of feeling he invokes really spoke to me. 60 Seconds also is what most people give a new artist anyway nowadays so I thought I why not cut the song around that length? It's just me being real on wax. I was making the beat I knew I just had to speak what was on mind on the time. What came it down to in my mind as I was freestyling was all it comes down to 60 seconds for something to happen. A real ominous, hellish landscape and the religious imagery I paint in the song ties to the cover I made, like hell is close."
Be on the lookout for more music from Joey 600 soon (which will be produced entirely by himself). Check out 60 Seconds below and spread the NOiZE!