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Wolfacejoeyy shares remix to ‘buku’ with SoFaygo on new mixtape ‘22Joey’

On a relentless tear in the underground, Wolfacejoeyy has been in go-mode since the release of his debut EP, all your fault, last year.

With a succession of singles in “what do you do?”, “Skye,” “buku,” “company,” “I Think You Like Me,” “TRUE” and hues, Vol. 2 — all dropping just weeks apart from each other — the 20-year-old Staten Island native’s consistency has become a hallmark of his sound.

Leading in his new mixtape, 22Joey (Sept. 8), alongside close collaborator and producer Whereis22 with fellow NYC emcees in Chow Lee and Cash Cobain (“Weekend”), Joey’s 9-track effort brings forth a left-of-center vibe that has yet to enter his soundscape, until now.

Pushing his own sonic boundaries through an airy, expansive lens, Joey’s trajectory is only on the up with 22Joey. Tracks like “bbtrickz/snooze” and “rubi” set the stage for fun, as other highlights like “melanin,” “dior” and “megan” illustrate Joey’s knack for infectious Jersey grooves — which are spread all throughout the tape.

Skating over “Weekend’s” ethereal, bouncy production helmed by Michael Rainey Jr., Joey’s chemistry with the Sexy-Slizzy duo Cash and Chow shimmers with a barrage of bars split between the three rising stars. Joey commands a fleeting hook, as Cash and Chow spit rapid fire lines that incite the “Sexy Drill Summer” they’ve brought to the game. Its coinciding music video illustrates the thrills of a late night, as the trio hit the city for a night out partying in an extended limo truck.

Among other highlights like “no hook” featuring NYC heartthrob B-Lovee, Joey’s breakout hit “buku” earned a remix from Cactus Jack trendsetter SoFaygo on the record, who tears off a fiery verse on the track’s back half. This is Faygo’s first feature appearance since dropping his 12-track project GO+ in June.

Building towards a breakthrough — with “buku” and “shake it” being the driver for the young star’s virality — 22Joey is the tape we desperately needed for end-of-summer bashes.

Check out “22Joey” below!

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