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Joey Burbs is a Chicago-based singer, songwriter, and producer. He began playing piano at the age of 7 and released his first original project, The Redshirt EP, in 2015. Since then, Joey has developed a unique, genre-blending sound combining organic pop melodies with soulful hip-hop and R&B beats.

Joey’s music has accumulated over three million total streams, with work featured by tastemakers such as GQ Magazine, EARMILK, Lyrical Lemonade, and Promoting Sounds.

NOT IN THAT ORDER

Joey’s debut album was released on May 10, 2019. It was #153 on iTunes and #7 on the regional Billboard Heatseekers chart.

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Subterranean (Chicago, IL) - February 27, 2019

Bourbon on Division (Chicago, IL) - March 22, 2019

Schubas Tavern (Chicago, IL) - May 30, 2019

Lakeview Porch Fest (Chicago, IL) - June 2, 2019

Brady St Festival (Milwaukee, WI) - July 27, 2019

Bourbon on Division (Chicago, IL) - August 3, 2019

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The singer/songwriter/producer from Milwaukee Wisconsin, takes his craft into new heights as his single ‘Lolla’ brings the 90’s nostalgia and mixes delightfully in modern pop aesthetics. With his first singles amassing hundreds of thousands of streams, the pop artist dwells on the facts of song construction and balancing it with hitting emotional pin-points.
— comeherefloyd
Joey Burbs starts off his new EP with a pop ditty, ‘Save The Date’ and it just got better from there! If you need to listen to something that’s gonna lift your spirits and put you in a good mood ‘Not in That Order,’ has the recipe for that. He does a great job of flowing throughout emotions within the songs, which we adored!
— Banger of the Day
From start to finish of the charismatically soulful single you’re treated to unadulterated vibrant rhythms and a potent enough infusion of good vibes. There really is no wondering how Joey Burbs has amassed such hype around his latest release which dropped in March 2019. With this Indie Pop style also exuding the smooth magnetism of any self-respecting R&B release, Bright One is sitting right on the contemporary curve.
— A&R Factory
[Joey Burbs] blends the sounds of R&B, hip-hop and electronic music with lyrics discussing those past relationships that never seem to truly stay in the past. With driving synths and an infectious hook telling the story of people growing apart yet always having a connection, “Westside” is the upbeat anthem for summer flings and free-spirited living. Be sure to check out the new track...you’ll be glad you did.
— Lyrical Lemonade
Joey Burbs is a 21 year old hip hop artist that is ready to make his mark on the rap game. The rapper dropped a new single called “Conversations,” whose inspirations look to motivate people to follow their dreams and do what makes them happy and successful. The upbeat production on this track can help anyone feel like they can do anything in the world with a little faith in themselves...this is a hit ready to happen.
— Earmilk
“Margarita” throws R&B, hip hop, and pop into a blender and the final product is incredibly smooth...The track is very well written, and showcases Joey Burbs’ skills in a variety of genres. The doubled up vocals on the chorus have a certain “Cry Me A River” feel to them...This is definitely a big step forward for Joey.
— Breaking and Entering
The audio to Treat You Like A 90’s R&B Song is infectious, but the music video captures Joey’s charisma and light hearted nature. Joey’s greatest strength is his vocal abilities. He sings with no hiccups, using a smooth, upbeat style that has no flaws. He has some rapping skills as well, which are dispersed throughout the track. [Joey] also produced the Mary J. Blige sampled cut, which makes me wonder what he can’t accomplish.
— Flows for Days
“Conversations,” the bouncy latest single from 21-year-old Milwaukee rapper/producer Joey Burbs, is a welcome respite from what’s been a very, very bleak January.
— Shepherd Express