ROTM is a pretty good album. It has some good Alchemist beats. I agree that P has not grown as an artist. All the hype is the fact he got some dope beats on the album and moved up since Blood Money. HNIC I think is a doper album.
Red Gone Wild is a banger. Both Sooperman Luva’s have been played non-stop.
Red Gone Wild is a banger. Both Sooperman Luvaâ€™s have been played non-stop.
***Soopaman Luva surpassed EPMD’s Jane series as the most entertaining franchise, ever, a long time ago….I thought DMX had a shot @ the title with those Damien joints early on, but w/e, w/e…on the strengh of SL alone, Red gets a mention on my list of top storytellers in the game….
March 28th, 2007 at 11:39 am
ICON, you do understand that that was sarcasm dont you
***Oh, it was? My bad…I thought maybe you had lost your damned mind, fam, lol
I put in a comment about Soopaman Luva passing EPMD’s Jane as the best series ever, and that I thought DMX’s Damien had a shot at the title back in the day, but the comment didn’t make it thru digital purgatory, AKA eskay’s server…..
>>***Revisiting this (no houseguests from hell)â€¦.nastradamus was by far Nasâ€™ worst album
It was his weakest effort for sure, but I think Nastradamus is far from wack. The only real wack joint on it is the one with Ginuwine. But tracks like project window, nastradamus, life we chose, last words, family, come and get me, quiet niggas are all bangin’ imo. Not his best work, but still dope songs.
***maybe I need to re-listen to Nastradamus…first I need to get over the post traumatic stress that Ginuwine song caused me…I still cringe and get all twitchy and skittish (no crackhead) when the video comes on…
Kanye Westâ€™s management team, Hip-Hop Since 1978, has just signed an exclusive partnership with Bryant Management to co-represent Lil Wayne. Hip Hop Since 1978 is a New York based management/production firm run by Gee Roberson and Kyambo â€œHip-Hopâ€ Joshua. The two will now work in conjunction with Lil Wayneâ€™s manager, Cortez Bryant, to further Wayneâ€™s career in music, TV and film. â€œIâ€™m excited to bring Hip-Hop Since 1978 onto the team,â€ says Bryant, who runs Young Money Entertainment. â€œIâ€™m positive their combined experience, expertise and well-cultivated relationships will help us take Wayneâ€™s career to the next level.â€ Kyambo Joshua also expressed his enthusiasm in a press release. â€œObviously, we see in Wayne an incredible talent and an undeniable star quality,â€ Joshua states. â€œItâ€™s an exciting time in his career and weâ€™re thrilled to be on board.â€ Wayneâ€™s highly anticipated album, Tha Carter 3, will be released this summer and will also feature production from Kanye West.
Taboo, of the Black Eyed Peas, was arrested on Tuesday morning near L.A. on suspicion of driving under the influence. According to the Associated Press, officers took the rapper into custody following a collision in the city of Industry, which is located about 20 miles east of L.A. Lt. Mark Relyea, of the Los Angeles Sheriffâ€™s Department, says that Taboo was cited for possession of marijuana and medication without a prescription, as well as DUI. He was released Tuesday evening, and is due back in court, although no date was disclosed
>>***maybe I need to re-listen to Nastradamusâ€¦first I need to get over the post traumatic stress that Ginuwine song caused meâ€¦I still cringe and get all twitchy and skittish
that’s the problem everybody has with that album. They’ll say Nastradmus is wack and then mention how wack the Ginuwine track is and that’s it, nothing else. “Nastradamus was wack. That one joint with Ginuwine…..” It was really the only garbage song on that disc. That song ruins people’s perception of the album.
I don’t wanna hear no other rappers complaining about Def Jam or Jay-Z promoting their artists, because I’ve seen and heard this nigga Redman more this month than I ever have in his whole career. I’ve even learned to respect him more. He was spittin that style that Ludacris spits way before it was cool to spit that way. I hope he goes Plat. I’ll be doing my share to help the big homie get a plaque.