JOEY BENKS ISSUES LISTENING ADVICE ON A NEW EP (NFT) “NOT FOR TEENAGERS”
Joey Benks on “Not for Teenagers” created a self-expressive 6-track body of work that builds an intimate space for you in his realm of thoughts.
When you allow it, music has an unstoppable passage to the mind, body, and soul. The immense control tending to surpass its creators must be why Joey Benks has issued a listening advisory on his new EP, “Not for Teenagers.”
Joey would be recognized as Savage Music’s in-house producer, whose facets multiply as a singer and songwriter. He prides himself on creating and nurturing the Afro-dub subgenre, which holds his production style and vocals as distinct credentials. If you possess a rare taste within the large dip of Afrobeats that seems too abstract to be delivered by the common singers, Joey Benks is your go-to guy.
We are made to realize the never-ending diversity of this inestimable category of music by singers like Joey Benks who make music so crude yet contemporary. Visiting his previous records, especially his recent single featuring Bam Bam and Sean Dampte titled “Believe,” will enlighten us on what sets Joey apart from every other singing producer.
He embarks on his 2023 sojourn with this mind-blowing body of work, which comes with caution. This is not to limit his audience but to prepare them to be more open-minded than they are capable of being to enable them to explore every aspect of the body of work.
“Not for Teenagers” is a self-expressive 6-track body of work that creates an intimate space for you in Joey’s realm of thoughts. It is an extended play packed with strong heterogeneous components of Afrobeats, clear-cut whistling patterns, hip hop, discerning kicks, and Amapiano. While he is given credit for previous works and collaborations, this one is bound by the ties of his personal input.
All tracks were written (except one), produced, mixed, and mastered by Joey Benks.