Teach Me


  • Joey Bada$$ asks guest singer Kiesza to teach him how to dance on this fast-paced, percussion-heavy track. The "Hideaway" songstress croons the hook with her electro-pop falsetto, in which she explains to the Brooklyn rapper how to groove. Kiesza would most likely make a good dance teacher – she is a trained ballerina, but a knee injury at the age of 15 ended her ballet career.
  • Kiesza and Joey Bada$$ previously collaborated on "Bad Thing," from the Canadian songstress' album, Sound of a Woman.


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