How dare you compare capone to boosie. and then clown freeway? Iâ€™m afrid Imma have to start revoking hip hop passes
^First off plug kill yourself while lil flip’s sunshines plays in the backround screwed & chopped, 2nd no one compared there rap abilities idiot, he was comparing there VOICE. smh, see what happens when you listen to too much canibus
Joe 88 A.K.A No amount of security Says:
April 23rd, 2007 at 1:56 pm
Just his name is enuff
^itâ€™s way worst names to have than boosie i.e joe budden, what the fuck is a budden? or fabolous, what straight man wants to be called fabolous? come on guys
UMMMMH JOE BUDDEN NAME IS JOE BUDDEN LIKE ON HIS BIRTH CERTIFACTE IT SAYS JOE BUDDEN THATS WHAT KIND OF NAME IT IS ( AS FOR F-A-B-O NO ARGUEMENT HERE )
ALSO AS FOR BOOSIE I AGREE VOICE IS TRASH BUT OTHER THAN THAT DUDES JUST NOT IMPRESSIVE HE HAS ZERO REWIND FACTOR NEVER SAYS ANYTHING THAT MAKES YOU GO GOD DAMN, HE IS JUST YOUR AVG. IGNORANT THUG RAPPING DOESNT INTEREST ME AT ALL
“Boosie” derives from the Latin word “Booser” which describes a poor man that enjoys being intoxicated on the regular, but rarely has money in his pocket so he can only buy cheap liquor a.k.a boose such as Champipple and Boonsfarm….
If you still here, how do you feel about your man loaded lux taking a step backwards & going on 106 & park freestyle friday?
^I was kinda iffy about that move too. I was like, damn, he was destroyin’ cats on the SMACK joints, so why go to BET? BUT… I also realized that commercial exposure is what gets you noticed. Serius Jones got his exposre from Fight Klub, which was featured on MTV. Most people who are into the SMACK joints know that it’s strictly some underground ish. And being on MTV helped Serius get that deal with DTP. So yeah, I did think of it as a step backwards at first. But the opponents on 106 are a lot weaker (his REAL competition would’ve been about 6 years ago when Posta Boy, Avalanche, Drift, etc. was battlin’). That could work in his favor though because once he smash all the opponents, labels will check for his Myspace/mixtapes/dvd appearances and make their decision from there.
Especially with a track like “No Model” that could EASILY get airplay.
I watched the 60 Minutes episode on “snitching” on Sunday. I was surprised at how incredulous Anderson Cooper was that African Americans are reluctant to cooperate with police – to the point that this has become a “code of ethics” among them. I attributed his naivete to being so enmeshed in “white America” that he was out of touch with what is reality for others.
Now, this morning I read Mr. Page’s column , “Covering up for Killers” , and it seems that he is astounded (and outraged) as well.
Obviously, this issue goes deeper than race. It is about the American justice system. It is about the number of young people who are given long prison sentences and life without parole for nonviolent and lesser offenses. The numbers of people languishing in prisons with no chance for redemption are mostly young black men, but there are also a fair number of white boys (and girls) there too.
I am a middle aged white woman and have seen enough injustice in our so-called system of justice that I have taught my children that if they are near the vicinity of ANY CRIME to call us and NOT TO TALK TO THE POLICE FOR ANY REASON without the presence of an attorney.
I know a young man who was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and he voluntarily told the police everything he knew to “help” them. The police then twisted his words to trap him into being an “admission” that he was a part of the crime (which he wasn’t). He was convicted by a jury using the FELONY MURDER RULE and is now in his 16th year of a LIFE SENTENCE!
I imagine that the African American community is well aware of these tactics used by prosecutorial officers, and they have learned the hard way that policemen are not your friends.
I would love to see 60 Minutes do a story on the number of young people sentenced to life in prison (with no chance for parole) under the FELONY MURDER RULE. I would love to see Mr. Page start snitching on the way our Courts throw these kids away, with no chance to return.