lol @ your little snipes. don’t be mad cause you a lame, nigga. just work on your rickety come-ons and maybe you can get that lil’ back n forth goin that you so desperate for. “you ain’t harmin me, so pardon me…”
@shanti: yeah, that’s my favorite shit this year so far. i like how it build. i get dumb hype by the time he get to rrrrah rrrrah line. the other ill cat right now is vybez cartel. him, busy signal and cham are runnin dancehall right now. and sizzla but that always.
Ghetto Story is the shit! Fuk the remixes, especially the one
with alicia keys, that was just a bad idea, I didnt think it worked
at all! Do u listen to Richie Spice? He actually had the option to sign
with Def jam and passed, his shit is fiyah!
@ Crack & 456
I’m from the south so reggae/dancehall is not that big down here. I didn’t even hear that Ghetto Story song until I went to Jamaica in March. I’m feeling that song alot tho and ofcourse just like about everyone I like Damien Marley alot. I’m trying to get more into it though so I’m definitely goin to check out Richie Spice, Vybez Cartel and Sizzla.
I feel u, Im from new orleans and just moved to ny so
its refreshing hearing reggae/dancehall on the radio
cause they never played it at all back home, not that I
listen to the radio much anyway but still we all listen to
it now and again
yeah richie spice is hot. damn yall i’m out. shanti, i’ll get at you tomorrow morning my time, late your time. crack, shanti when you go to ny you should check out belmont lounge on monday nights. i haven’t been in a year but last i went they was doin it. straight dancehall.
>> is joc supposed to be the new mase without the lyrical ability
no, he’s an ex-garbage man who happened to get a deal.
wow, OutKast just did the most worst promo for their movie/album: they said the release dates right in the middle of presenting video of the year. and Kanye won another award; now he can brag about that for the next 6 months. seriously tho, does he not have the biggest ego in the industry? damn, i missed the Em performance during “Touch It”. fuck it, it’ll be on youtube by noon tomorrow.
^ Rick Ross dissin’ Akon over Cam’s “Down & Out” beat (the audio quality is bad, and so is the song). i’m just as confused as the rest of you as to why he’s dissin’ him. he just did a track “Watch Out” with Akon (and some other rappers) on DJ Khaled’s album too. smh @ more unsubstantiated beef.
***Exclusive****: Roc La Familia Artist Tru-Life’s Chain Snatched!!!
If you don’t know already there been an ongoing feud between Harlem’s own Diplomats & Lower East Side Manhattan’s Tru-Life (Jay-Z new artist on Roc-La-Familia)
There have been many shots taken back at forth, Tru called out the Dips in Complex Magazine & At the afterparty for the 2006 Puerto Rican Day Parade at the Roxy Nightclub He took shots at the Dip Set
Here’s The Video Link Click Here>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMTiNNUch9I
Then Dip Sets Own Jim Jones let it be known he’s a fighter and not a writer, The capo challenged Tru-Life to an ultimate fighting, anything goes-type of brawl for $50,000. Cam’ron and Juelz Santana would also place $20,000 bets on the fight.
Next Tru Life has publicly told Jim Jones to bring his A-Game to box. TL accepted Capo’s fight challenge and has already put money up on a bet.
Now, we just obtain this photo from an anonymous source of someone in the opposing camp with Tru-Life’s Rocafella Chain. That was Allegedly Snatched Wow!!!!!!!
June 27th, 2006 at 7:42 pm
I HOPE BUDDENâ€™s can live up to the HYPE yall are puttin on this man
I have heard top 5 MC to top 10
THATS BIG TALK!!!!
why dont you listen to mood music 2 before you say anything you atsay trashing the dude but wont even give his free music a chance a mixtape that damn near everyone thinks is bananas and you wont give it a listen ????
and dont be talking about how i bring up mad underground irrelevant people cause young zee is the only one like that i bring up and that a jersey thing you people should be used to me reppin jersey plus like i said ive personally met dude he is chill as fuck. also in jersey zee aint tnever fell off the radar he isnt underground coldplay co-signed this, zee is just as big a star in the bricks as redman is and those 2 get love from everyone
Now, we just obtain this photo from an anonymous source of someone in the opposing camp with Tru-Lifeâ€™s Rocafella Chain. That was Allegedly Snatched Wow!!!!!!!
wow is right someone is mad late, weve been talking about this for days and also discovered that it was all bullshit. that shit is not true, udes couldnt even make up their mind if they stole tru-life chain or hov’s atleast get you make believe stories right
Landlord, pleaseâ€¦ Talk to the hand. Youâ€™re way off track. I told Eskay not to post on something I gave a fuck about, and he did. I know about the Wu, and â€œIâ€ didnâ€™t never check for that bullshit ass album.
No Said Date was a b.s album? -slaps you over the mouth!
BTW, Masta shined on “Winter Warz” & Assassination Day” also .. SMH@ the morons that are sayin’ that Masta’s garbage .. lol .. I bet ya live on 106th & Park ..
Firstly, dont nobody be doubting Masta Killa, jus cos he quiet and dont do no interviews, dont sleep on him, no said date was a great debut album and the new album Made In Brooklyn gonna be even better, the Wu are the greatest thing to ever happen to HipHop, RZA the greatest producer the world has ever seen, and it still shows now, Kanye West’s biggest influence is RZA, RZA trademarked that sped up soul sample style of Producing, and if you look how deep the Wu goes (Killarmy, Northstar, Sunz Of Man etc, etc) you will see that wu gonna be around for a long time, you can never go back to 93-97 where everythin they touched was fire, but u cant take it away either and the Wu will still be livin in another 10 years when our babies found our collection of like 50 Wu/Wu fam albums, Wu Tang fans are the most Die-Hard fans ever!! live and breath Wu, i got my Wu Tang birth mark(my wu bat tattoo) on left shoulder so ima be Wu4Life!
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