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Video: Just Blaze In The Studio

Here’s a clip of Just Blaze in the studio making the beat for Show Me What You Got. This was posted on Just’s freshly created Youtube channel, JustBlazeTV, so I assume we can expect more behind the scenes footage in the future.


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114 Responses to “Video: Just Blaze In The Studio”

  1. Sour D. Says:

    booyakasha

  2. TYRONEBIGGUMS71 Says:

    YYESIIIIIRRRRR

  3. Jay Willz Says:

    trayso

  4. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum a.k.a. Capo Status Says:

    present

  5. green eyes Says:

    all these cats getting YoutUbe channels kinda takes the fun out of it

  6. QDotSmith Says:

    did jus bite this beat tho? he just changed the drums….what ya’ll thinks gonna be after youtube? the new craze?

  7. Jay Willz Says:

    Green, how long do you think before the whole thing is either a pay site, or so full of ads no one will want to be bothered?

  8. eskay Says:

    >>what ya’ll thinks gonna be after youtube? the new craze?

    Nah Right

  9. Jay Willz Says:

    Q..
    I don’t know. But it’ll probably be similar just without all the bull that’s going to be associated with youtube by the end of it all.

  10. Jay Willz Says:

    THAT’S RIGHT ES!! THINK BIG!!

  11. QDotSmith Says:

    es i see you hopin for big things in the future.. thats whats good…make nah right the google of hip hop blogs…or the yahoo which ever you perfer

  12. QDotSmith Says:

    what else are they gonna do, they did the IM, then they did the talk through IM, message boards, blogs, then the webcam, then you tube….where else can we go? o yea tv on cell phones..cant forget that

  13. TYRONEBIGGUMS71 Says:

    eskay Says:
    October 13th, 2006 at 11:54 am
    >>what ya’ll thinks gonna be after youtube? the new craze?

    Nah Right

    IT DAMN SURE AINT THE.LIFE

  14. QDotSmith Says:

    es im sayin you set up a monopoly over the hip hop blog world…

  15. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    JUST BLAAAAAAAAAAAAAZE!!!

  16. G7 Says:

    Ras Kass used this beat back in 99, but it was slowed down. It had less of a commercial sound to it. Much better than the beat Just made.

  17. QDotSmith Says:

    diddy used it too…bring on the female producers please

  18. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum a.k.a. Capo Status Says:

    this pap is taking its tiiiime!

    producing looks like a lonely job

  19. landLORD Says:

    … Since JDilla is no longer with us … Just Blaze is now the greatest beat-maker alive … (Madlib a close second)…

  20. hip hop cops Says:

    >>Just Blaze is now the greatest beat-maker alive … (Madlib a close second)…

    what about primo

  21. MadeInMilwaukee...Since 79' Says:

    Primo overated

  22. hip hop cops Says:

    >>Primo overated

    no more so than madlib

  23. MadeInMilwaukee...Since 79' Says:

    hip hop cops Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 12:13 pm
    >>Primo overated

    no more so than madlib

    ^ who’s your pick?

  24. QDotSmith Says:

    IIITE THIS SHITS MOVIN SLOW AND THE PREEMO AND JUSTBLAZE AND EVERY OTHER PRODUCER TALK HAS BEEN GOIN ON ALL WEEK…EVERYONE GOT THEIR FAVORITE PRODUCER…WE KNOW WHO THE TOP GUYS ARE…

  25. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum a.k.a. Capo Status Says:

    ^who?

    i been away for a bit

  26. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum a.k.a. Capo Status Says:

    that alchemist dudes crazy!

    he should youtube himself…..

  27. landLORD Says:

    … Madlib > Preemo … Madlib is more musically diverse, Preemo overdoses on the “kick-snare-scratch” formula at times …but no doubt preemo is Top5 of alltime…

  28. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    Rockwilder>Just Blaze j/k

  29. QDotSmith Says:

    PRIMO…MY BAD…BUT ME PERSONALLY I LIKE BOTH JUS AND PRIM…AND 9TH WONDER…I LIKE RAPPIN TO 9TH WONDER BEATS…MAD LIB IS IITE TOO…FOR THE CLUB SHIT I THINK THE SCOTT GOT THAT ON LOCK, DRE STILL GETS MAD RESPECT, J-DILLA IN A LEAGUE OF HIS OWN..WHO MAKES OUTCASTS BEATS BY THE WAY?

  30. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    I know you fuck with Madlib, QDot, AFTER ALL, HE PRODUCED MADVILLAN’S “ALL CAPS”

  31. hip hop cops Says:

    9th is very promising. In terms of classic joints, preemo > madlib but in terms of actual music, the technical ability, madlib and even chad hugo are way up there.

  32. SINCE 83 Says:

    The Cookie Crew-from London-did this beat over back in like 89/90!
    Still dope tho. Shaft In Africa lives on…..

  33. landLORD Says:

    … ALL CAPS has one of the greatest beats ever made…

  34. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    … ALL CAPS has one of the greatest beats ever made…

    ***Agreed, I also fuck with the beat from “Rainbows”…too bad Doom wasted it by trying to croon over it

  35. MadeInMilwaukee...Since 79' Says:

    Organized Noize, T-Mixx, N.O. Joe, Dre, Dilla, Just Blaze, KLC, too many to name.

  36. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    let’s not forget NO ID….he had some classic joints….Eric Sermon….hip hop has a rack of under recognized producers…

  37. hip hop cops Says:

    >>let’s not forget NO ID

    the beat on ‘ressurrection’ fucked my whole shit up when i was a kid

  38. QDotSmith Says:

    THE HOTTEST PRODUCERS TALK COULD GO ON FOR DAYS…IN FACT IT HAS

  39. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    Hank Shocklee…

  40. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    Primo gets it, hands down (n/h), just for the “Come Clean” beat…..

  41. hip hop cops Says:

    yo icon peep this (assuming you’re a skins fan)

    http://tinyurl.com/yex8pg

  42. landLORD Says:

    icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 12:29 pm
    … ALL CAPS has one of the greatest beats ever made…

    ***Agreed, I also fuck with the beat from “Rainbows”…too bad Doom wasted it by trying to croon over it

    ——————–

    …ohhh man, dont get me started on that classic LP…

    …Rainbows…
    …Money Folder…
    …Figaro…
    …StrangeWays…
    …Meat Grinder…
    …OperationLifesaver…

    …Madlib blessed DOOM from beginning to end on that joint… and Madlib even kicked one of his best verses (no Quasimoto effects) on “Shades of Tomorrow” even though i know the SunRa metaphysics went over peoples heads on that joint… Madvillainy is one my 3 most favorite LP’s of all time…

  43. QDotSmith Says:

    NOT TO CHANGE THE SUBJECT BUT DAMN THIS COCONUT CHICKEN IS ON POINT…DAMN… NOW BACK TO OUR BROADCAST

  44. Jay Willz Says:

    Hank Shocklee…

    ********

    WHOOOOOOOOOOOEEEEEEEEEEEEEEe!!!

    Bass! bass! bass!…

  45. landLORD Says:

    …No ID and Doug INF, put in stellar work on Common’s “One Day it’ll All Make Sense”…

  46. Foekist Says:

    …No ID and Doug INF, put in stellar work on Common’s “One Day it’ll All Make Sense”…

    $$$$

    This is me is my favorite song on there, always has been

  47. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    …Madlib blessed DOOM from beginning to end on that joint… and Madlib even kicked one of his best verses (no Quasimoto effects) on “Shades of Tomorrow” even though i know the SunRa metaphysics went over peoples heads on that joint… Madvillainy is one my 3 most favorite LP’s of all time…

    ***Now, I gotta hear that shit….that’s been one of my favorite joints since new york subway plates was ghetto yellow, lol ^^^^looks thru Realplayer library^^^^

  48. landLORD Says:

    icon says

    >>>since new york subway plates was ghetto yellow…

    —————————

    “..with broke blue writing…” …lol…

  49. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum a.k.a. Capo Status Says:

    what beats has dilla made?….i dont recall, but evryone loves him

  50. Foekist Says:

    ^^^^looks thru Realplayer library^^^^

    $$$$

    I haven’t figure out how to set up more than one playlist. I got one for when main squeegie come thru and I’m trying to set up a hip hop one, but the instructions in the help menu in Realplayer don’t work.

  51. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    I wonder what the numbers on Lloyd Banks will be, this weak…umm, week…as far as I can tell, that shit was anticpated by exactly 0.00023445 heads out there…plus, for a G-Unit release, it was marketed kinda Def Jammishly

  52. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    $$$$

    I haven’t figure out how to set up more than one playlist. I got one for when main squeegie come thru and I’m trying to set up a hip hop one, but the instructions in the help menu in Realplayer don’t work.

    ****I always select My Library/Music/Artist/Album, and go from there…I don’t have any playlists set up, on my CPU or my Ipod…I’m just fucking lazy like that sometimes…lol

  53. D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) i'm as ill as a convict who kills for phone time Says:

    Lol @ Qdotsmith trying to change the subject.

  54. Foekist Says:

    what beats has dilla made?….i dont recall, but evryone loves him

    $$$$

    People don’t wanna say nobody’s great till they die. They say he was really humble, but eff dat. What kind of legacy is that when people don’t know your work?

  55. miss l Says:

    I know Dilla is dead and no disrespect but homie is WAY overrated..
    Just Blaze has some nice tracks but not all that either..and HATE 9th
    wonder..most the hot producers now just do tracks here and there..
    no one whos been gettin constant shine has really been sonstantly hittin’
    but atleaast blaze does come hard and hits sometimes..dilla was boring!
    and 9th lacks any innovation…he takes olser tracks does NOTHING to em
    and recycles that shit like its his..get the fuk outta here.

  56. QDotSmith Says:

    eS HOW BOUT SOME DAILY HEADLINES FOR FRIDAY THE 13TH

  57. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    what beats has dilla made?….i dont recall, but evryone loves him

    From Wikipedia:

    Selected production credits
    The Pharcyde – songs from Labcabincalifornia (1995)
    A Tribe Called Quest – songs from Beats, Rhymes and Life (1996)
    De La Soul – “Stakes Is High” from Stakes Is High (1996)
    A Tribe Called Quest – songs from The Love Movement (1998) as part of Q-Tip’s production team “The Ummah”.
    Bizarre – song “Butterfly” from Attack of the Weirdos (1998)
    Q-Tip – Amplified (1999)
    Common – songs from Like Water for Chocolate (2000)
    De La Soul – “Thru Ya City” from “Art Official Intelligence: Mosaic Thump” (2000)
    The Roots – “Dynamite!” from Things Fall Apart (1999)
    Erykah Badu – songs from Mama’s Gun (2000)
    Busta Rhymes – songs from The Coming, When Disaster Strikes, Anarchy, Genesis, It Ain’t Safe No More, and The Big Bang
    De La Soul – “Much More”, “Shoomp” and “Verbal Clap” from The Grind Date (2004)
    Common – “Love Is…” and “It’s Your World (Part 1 & 2)” from Be (2005)
    Busta Rhymes – “You Can’t Hold A Torch” from The Big Bang (2006).
    Ghostface Killah – “Whip you with a Strap” and “Beauty Jackson” from Fishscale (2006).
    The Roots – “Can’t Stop This” from Game Theory (2006)
    Note: It is widely believed that Dilla produced the posthumous 2Pac smash “Do For Love”, when in all actuality, it was composed from chopped samples of his remix of “Y?” for The Pharcyde.

    [

  58. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum a.k.a. Capo Status Says:

    ayt yal am out, time to get my friday night cracking!

  59. landLORD Says:

    The Pharcyde – songs from Labcabincalifornia (1995)
    A Tribe Called Quest – songs from Beats, Rhymes and Life (1996)
    De La Soul – “Stakes Is High” from Stakes Is High (1996)
    A Tribe Called Quest – songs from The Love Movement (1998) as part of Q-Tip’s production team “The Ummah”.
    Bizarre – song “Butterfly” from Attack of the Weirdos (1998)
    Q-Tip – Amplified (1999)
    Common – songs from Like Water for Chocolate (2000)
    De La Soul – “Thru Ya City” from “Art Official Intelligence: Mosaic Thump” (2000)
    The Roots – “Dynamite!” from Things Fall Apart (1999)
    Erykah Badu – songs from Mama’s Gun (2000)
    Busta Rhymes – songs from The Coming, When Disaster Strikes, Anarchy, Genesis, It Ain’t Safe No More, and The Big Bang
    De La Soul – “Much More”, “Shoomp” and “Verbal Clap” from The Grind Date (2004)
    Common – “Love Is…” and “It’s Your World (Part 1 & 2)” from Be (2005)
    Busta Rhymes – “You Can’t Hold A Torch” from The Big Bang (2006).
    Ghostface Killah – “Whip you with a Strap” and “Beauty Jackson” from Fishscale (2006).
    The Roots – “Can’t Stop This” from Game Theory (2006)

  60. eskay Says:

    you know, have you fuckers ever heard of a link?

    http://www.stonesthrow.com/jdilla/discography.html

  61. landLORD Says:

    …lol @ Icon…and that aint even the half of it …

  62. QDotSmith Says:

    STILL NO D.BILLZ HUH?

  63. Jay Willz Says:

    Lunch status!! EEEEEEAAAAAAAAATIN!!

  64. Foekist Says:

    De La Soul – “Stakes Is High” from Stakes Is High (1996)

    $$$$

    Daaaaaang! Never knew that or knew of him till the last 2 yrs.

  65. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum a.k.a. Capo Status Says:

    thanks icon & foe

    damn! i didnt even know he made half those beats

    puh-eece

    What kind of legacy is that when people don’t know your work?
    ^co-sign

  66. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    Jay Dee also produced Common’s “The Light” which is listed on the Wikipedia joint as songs from Like water for chocolate….

  67. landLORD Says:

    .>>>you know, have you fuckers ever heard of a link?

    ———————————–

    … yeszur, but it looks more impressive when you list ALL them shits …

  68. hip hop cops Says:

    >>Daaaaaang! Never knew that or knew of him till the last 2 yrs.

    no joke, i won’t front, i had never heard of the dude until donuts came out. but it’s crazy to look through this list and see so many classics and realize what they all had in common sonically. this dude was a genius.

  69. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    eskay Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 12:57 pm
    you know, have you fuckers ever heard of a link?

    ***LOL, my bad Esk…I can’t get the Stonesthrow link from work, because it gets flagged as “MP3 and Download Services”, which are blocked

    What kind of legacy is that when people don’t know your work?

    MTV’s obituary addresses that question, quite well…

    Jay never had the riches or the fame of his peers, but he had something that many value more: their utmost respect — and for good reason. Through his landmark work with A Tribe Called Quest and his own group, Slum Village, not to mention the tracks he produced for Busta Rhymes, De La Soul, Ghostface Killah, D’Angelo and many more, Jay spearheaded a new style of soul-permeated hip-hop perhaps exemplified on one of his most popular tracks, Common’s “The Light.” He had everything he needed to become a superstar — the talent, the work ethic, the connections — but chose to march to his own beats. All he really wanted was to make music, and he did just that until the day he died

  70. landLORD Says:

    … and JayDilla has numerous beat tapes of unreleased beats at different sites …

    … Jay Dilla’s unreleased beats > Dr. Dre’s classics …

  71. Plug Industries Says:

    undergrund JayDee > commercial Jay Dee

  72. BIG DEKA Says:

    CHECK THIS KID OUT HE MAY BE WHAT HIP HOP NEEDS I DON’T KNOW SOMEBODY SLEEPIN AND EVERYBODY TALKIN ABOUT…NO BODY MAKIN GO0D MUSIC…REALITYTHELIFECHILD.COM

  73. QDotSmith Says:

    icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 1:01 pm
    eskay Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 12:57 pm
    you know, have you fuckers ever heard of a link?

    ***LOL, my bad Esk…I can’t get the Stonesthrow link from work, because it gets flagged as “MP3 and Download Services”, which are blocked

    What kind of legacy is that when people don’t know your work?

    MTV’s obituary addresses that question, quite well…

    Jay never had the riches or the fame of his peers, but he had something that many value more: their utmost respect — and for good reason. Through his landmark work with A Tribe Called Quest and his own group, Slum Village, not to mention the tracks he produced for Busta Rhymes, De La Soul, Ghostface Killah, D’Angelo and many more, Jay spearheaded a new style of soul-permeated hip-hop perhaps exemplified on one of his most popular tracks, Common’s “The Light.” He had everything he needed to become a superstar — the talent, the work ethic, the connections — but chose to march to his own beats. All he really wanted was to make music, and he did just that until the day he died

    ____

    DAMN THATS DEEPER THEN THE LIME LIGHT…

  74. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    ^^^Wonders why nobody’s mentioned Kanye in the producers discussion, yet?^^^

  75. Plug Industries Says:

    … Jay Dilla’s unreleased beats > Dr. Dre’s classics …
    —–
    coJohnhancock

  76. Foekist Says:

    He had everything he needed to become a superstar — the talent, the work ethic, the connections — but chose to march to his own beats. All he really wanted was to make music, and he did just that until the day he died

    $$$$

    I hear that, everybody’s different, but I would’ve had to get a taste of that limelight, at least for a second. I’m a humble guy, but some R and B chick azz, some celebrity grade weed and parties is something I just couldn’t have passed up.

  77. G7 Says:

    J Dilla was one of the better producers that could actually rap. He was nice on the mic compared to most producers.

  78. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    I hear that, everybody’s different, but I would’ve had to get a taste of that limelight, at least for a second. I’m a humble guy, but some R and B chick azz, some celebrity grade weed and parties is something I just couldn’t have passed up.

    ****I feel you…on top of that, Jay Dee died broke, without insurance (medical costs drained his finances), and his peoples had to have a fundraiser to pay for his funeral….an this was a producer with recent hits to his credit….

  79. 911 Says:

    You now dead rappers get better promotions – Jdilla (c) Jadakiss…producer in his case nevertheless…..1

  80. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum a.k.a. Capo Status Says:

    … Jay Dilla’s unreleased beats > Dr. Dre’s classics …

    ^woah now!

  81. Foekist Says:

    undergrund JayDee > commercial Jay Dee

    $$$$

    Quit braggin just because you know somebody that was mentored by JayDee. You the only person in the world that knows about some doggone underground JayDee.

  82. landLORD Says:

    ^^^Wonders why nobody’s mentioned Kanye in the producers discussion, yet?^^^

    ———————————–

    …he’s more of a crate digger than a beat maker … dude finds vintage or oscure soul loops and melodies and puts drum tracks on them…no great science behind it …9th Wonder does it too…but more advanced than Kanye….

  83. Plug Industries Says:

    J Dilla was one of the better producers that could actually rap. He was nice on the mic compared to most producers.

    word up. I didnt find that out til a couple weeks ago when I was listening to some stuff my boy got from him exclusive.

  84. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    Yo, why was Timbaland on the radio a couple of days ago, saying that, in the late 90s, early 00s, he charged $300 K a beat, and made about 7 beats a week….

  85. hip hop cops Says:

    >>I’m a humble guy, but some R and B chick azz, some celebrity grade weed and parties is something I just couldn’t have passed up.

    well i’m sure he got all that too (maybe not the R&B chick) but he just chose to lay in the cut. gotta respect that, too many people in rap hogging the limelight like some attention-starved kids

  86. Plug Industries Says:

    Jay Dee > Premo….?

    nah

  87. Foekist Says:

    well i’m sure he got all that too (maybe not the R&B chick) but he just chose to lay in the cut. gotta respect that, too many people in rap hogging the limelight like some attention-starved kids

    $$$$

    I hear you… But you get me out of this cubicle 9 to 5 life, and now I ain’t got no job, makin 6x the money, on tv, seeing top notch broads and cheeba, I’d have to wile out for a second.

  88. landLORD Says:

    G7 Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 1:05 pm
    J Dilla was one of the better producers that could actually rap. He was nice on the mic compared to most producers.
    —————————

    …co-sign… the following LP’s contain evidence… (c) Jay-Lib / “Champion Sound” …. Slum Village / “Fantastic, Vol 2″…

  89. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    …he’s more of a crate digger than a beat maker … dude finds vintage or oscure soul loops and melodies and puts drum tracks on them…no great science behind it …9th Wonder does it too…but more advanced than Kanye….

    ***Speaking of crate diggers, have we forgotten Diamond D? Not only did the kid have dope beats, but his first album (S, B, &HH), was an instant classic…

  90. landLORD Says:

    Plug Industries Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 1:08 pm
    Jay Dee > Premo….?
    ——————

    …he was..and is…

  91. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    I hear you… But you get me out of this cubicle 9 to 5 life, and now I ain’t got no job, makin 6x the money, on tv, seeing top notch broads and cheeba, I’d have to wile out for a second.

    ***Some niggas just ain’t built like that….look @ Andre from Outkast..

  92. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    Pete Rock= great producer (in his prime), horrible rapper

  93. Plug Industries Says:

    Slum Village / “Fantastic, Vol 2″…
    —–
    let me borrow that. I just copped volume 1 from them foos at a concert a week back

  94. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    Plug Industries Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 1:12 pm
    Slum Village / “Fantastic, Vol 2″…
    —–
    let me borrow that. I just copped volume 1 from them foos at a concert a week back

    ***I saw SV in like a Ford ad or some shit last weekend….at first, I thought it was Phonte from LB…regardles…I was surprised, but I guess backpack types gotta make that paper, too…it was foul how they did that one skinny nigga with the turban, though….

  95. Plug Industries Says:

    Jay Dee > Premo….?
    ——————

    …he was..and is…
    ++++++++++++++

    I’m gonna have to disagree. premier’s catolog is like that thick. __

    __

  96. Foekist Says:

    ***Some niggas just ain’t built like that….look @ Andre from Outkast..

    $$$$

    NOW he’s like dat. WHen they first popped off them boys was foolin down there

  97. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    ***I’m gonna have to disagree. premier’s catolog is like that thick.

    Premier= GOAT for producers, period….just off the strength of Gangstarr and his work with Big

  98. Plug Industries Says:

    it was foul how they did that one skinny nigga with the turban, though….
    ————
    dude was wack and wore a tourbon. He looked like a fool and he didnt get respect. 3000 could flow so he could ge away wit it.

  99. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    dude was wack and wore a tourbon. He looked like a fool and he didnt get respect. 3000 could flow so he could ge away wit it.

    ****Right, right…but what I’m saying is that they waited until dude was hospitalized with a serious illness to kick him out of SV…damn, can you at least wait until a nigga has on pants to fire him? (n/h)

  100. eskay Says:

    >>yeszur, but it looks more impressive when you list ALL them shits …

    nah right

  101. Plug Industries Says:

    ****Right, right…but what I’m saying is that they waited until dude was hospitalized with a serious illness to kick him out of SV…damn, can you at least wait until a nigga has on pants to fire him?
    —–
    dam thats fried. I didnt know that

  102. G7 Says:

    icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    October 13th, 2006 at 1:12 pm
    Pete Rock= great producer (in his prime), horrible rapper

    _______________

    Definitely one of the greatest and most influential…Jay Dee, 9th, Kanye and so on. He isn’t the best on the mic, but I respect him cuz he’s a producer first and he writes his own shit!

  103. eskay Says:

    damn, I can’t believe ya’ll actually stayed somewhat on subject (producers) 100 comments in…

  104. icon (Trillbert Arenas) Says:

    Apparently, the skinny turbaned up dude from SV was hospitalized from schizophrenia when he got booted, not a physical illness, as i stated earlier…

    metrotimes.com/editorial/story.asp?id=6436

  105. Plug Industries Says:

    Apparently, the skinny turbaned up dude from SV was hospitalized from schizophrenia when he got booted, not a physical illness, as i stated earlier…

    —-that makes more since

  106. Skeeter Valentine Says:

    nigga mite have been crazy

  107. skeematics Says:

    real funny

  108. khal Says:

    the alchemist ftw.

    just needs to chill with this 8th grade production. shouldn’t he be out completing Saigon’s lp?

  109. Steelydang Says:

    Just Blaze: spotty producer, even worse actor.

    Don’t forget about Hi-Tek

  110. esaray Says:

    that light sabre shit was funny

  111. Game Over Says:

    motherfuckers putting madlib over primo sound WILD young…Primo has a catalog almost 20 years deep…GET THE F*CK OUTTA HERE PUTTING MADLIB OVER PRIMO. shit, primo even got a hit out now with christina aguilera and will flip back around and work with canibus or royce 5’9. madlib ain’t f*cking with primo….he’d tell you that HIMSELF.

  112. diplomatic Says:

    I got primo first, cause of the longevity, just blaze second cause he has that over-the-top feel to his shit, and manny fresh third cause think about all the cash money albums that came out in the 90s and he made dam near all those tracks from scratch, that takes skilzz

  113. Bananaprincess indeed Says:

    am I the only one that thinks this clip is boring as hell.

  114. Taz Says:

    JB is just too sick!

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