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Videos: Sean Price – King Kong & One

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416 Responses to “Videos: Sean Price – King Kong & One”

  1. spanish jay Says:

    yikes

  2. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Jesus Price

  3. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=nQ8PHt34vWQ
    ^^^^^
    back when Suge was running rap music ….cont. from the previous thread

  4. eskay Says:

    King Kong is hands down my favorite song off that album. that’s my type of music right there, get all that other candy ass shit outta my face.

  5. Two-Times Says:

    broke rappers use the bus…

  6. Two-Times Says:

    eskay

    semi props on that Suge article.. I’m reading it now…

  7. spanish jay Says:

    spanish jay will be @ the BHF wit the gem star just incase those backpackers get out of line

  8. spanish jay Says:

    cardiac makes me want to snuff somebody out

  9. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    I want to hear a Sean P album over all Lil’ Fame beats.

  10. spanish jay Says:

    im out, got to go pack my bindle and up i87 to canada

  11. Two-Times Says:

    Suge Kight:

    Like: “I hate snitches. My parents taught me, don’t be a tattletale

    ^ Does that mean he hates Jimmy Henchmen

  12. eskay Says:

    >>Does that mean he hates Jimmy Henchmen

    it definitely means he hates Curtis

  13. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    >>Does that mean he hates Jimmy Henchmen

    it definitely means he hates Curtis
    ^^^^
    lol …. Curtis wanted to get signed to Death Row

  14. pockets Says:

    sean price is ridic

  15. Two-Times Says:

    Suge is a nobody… He can’t do nothing in the music industry… His boke-ass is over while Puff & Dre are siittin on half billion

  16. Two-Times Says:

    Young Buck – DJ Khaled Dis

    ^ This is what I was talking about in the last post….

    Buck the World is in stores… and Scrappy’s too…

  17. pockets Says:

    im gettin real fucking tired of ur new server es

  18. eskay Says:

    ^lol

    *throws monkey wrench in server*

  19. Two-Times Says:

    That Buck shit is tight…

    “50 made more money this year than your whole label did”

  20. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Young Buck is dope, didn’t really like Buck the World but Straight Outta Ca$hville was gully but why would he dis Khaled

  21. Furiou$tylez...I'm So Chicago Says:

    eskay Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 12:06 am
    >>You trying to get Crooked I a deal or something?

    I like my rappers broke.

    aaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyooooooooooooooooooo

  22. Two-Times Says:

    but why would he dis Khaled

    ^ Cause Khaled don’t wanna play Buck’s records… or G-Unit records…

  23. eskay Says:

    Gym Class Heros > G-Unit

  24. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    but why would he dis Khaled

    ^ Cause Khaled don’t wanna play Buck’s records… or G-Unit records…

    ^^^^
    Khaled is employed by Fat Joe, he’s showing loyalty.

  25. Two-Times Says:

    Khaled is employed by Fat Joe, he’s showing loyalty.

    ^ yeah.. true but he’s still a DJ at a big radio station… he stop that hating shit…. He’s a lame anyways…

    Don’t nobody respect him….

  26. Two-Times Says:

    “the beef ain’t fun when your enemies are broke” Buck

    Murder Inc….
    Lox…
    Shyne…
    Game…
    Fat Joe..
    Cam’ron…
    Nas..

    etc…

  27. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    The most dissapointing thing about Bucks diss was that he didn’t make fun of Khaled for his tourets/random loud outbursts. SMH @ him shouting or twitching every five seconds…WE THE BEST…LISTENNN

  28. HHF Says:

    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 12:39 am
    Young Buck is dope, didn’t really like Buck the World but Straight Outta Ca$hville was gully but why would he dis Khaled

    ^^^^the whole rap city thing. Khaled dissed 50 while he was on rap city…didnt chose 50’s album as a classic or some other dumb marketing tool like that

  29. Two-Times Says:

    The most dissapointing thing about Bucks diss was that he didn’t make fun of Khaled for his tourets/random loud outbursts.

    ^ Yeah.. But he did speak the truth on that track.. It wasn’t like he was making that stuff up..

    Buck gets love from everybody in the south other than Khaled… and so on…

  30. G7 Says:

    Sean P pulling up in a Hummer?? I guess being the brokest rapper alive ain’t that bad.

  31. Two-Times Says:

    eskay Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 12:43 am
    Gym Class Heros > G-Unit
    ————–

    Gym Class Heroes – Clothes Off
    Damn I just saw that video… smh.. that shit is funny stupid
    You would like that shit huh?

  32. HHF Says:

    You check out Young Joc cooning it up …onsmash.com

  33. Two-Times Says:

    Damn Game being biting 50s style on his chrouses… with that song with omar Cruz & WC… what a joke…

    somebody is writing those hooks for him… wonder who?

  34. G7 Says:

    >>“the beef ain’t fun when your enemies are broke” Buck

    Murder Inc….
    Lox…
    Shyne…
    Game…
    Fat Joe..
    Cam’ron…
    Nas..

    ===
    Nas, Fat Joe, Game, Cam and Ja can match Buck, buck for buck easy. Probably Cam too.

  35. Two-Times Says:

    Nas, Fat Joe, Game, Cam and Ja can match Buck, buck for buck easy. Probably Cam too.

    ^ I was speaking on 50/G-Unit vs them crews… but give Buck like 2 years and he’ll individually have more money than them dudes..

  36. eskay Says:

    please, Buck can’t even look in the direction of Cam’s catalog, he has to avert his eyes.

  37. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Milwuake(sp?) Bucks > Young Buck

    (westcoast rapper) Kam > Cam

  38. eskay Says:

    >>but give Buck like 2 years and he’ll individually have more money than them dudes..

    yeah cuz he didn’t just flop. you’re fucking delusional.

  39. Two-Times Says:

    please, Buck can’t even look in the direction of Cam’s catalog, he has to avert his eyes.

    ^ eyes?….The only eyes you should be worried about is Cam’s left eye, the one Tru snuffed in him…

  40. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    ^ eyes?….The only eyes you should be worried about is Cam’s left eye, the one Tru snuffed in him…

    ^^^^
    lol

  41. eskay Says:

    >>eyes?….The only eyes you should be worried about is Cam’s left eye, the one Tru snuffed in him…

    http://videos.onsmash.com/v/AgzY1GlmuTPTlfnl

  42. The Truth... Says:

    C’mon….who actually thinks young buck is dope? Be for real….

  43. Two-Times Says:

    yeah cuz he didn’t just flop. you’re fucking delusional

    ^
    Then what did Fabolous just do, genius?

  44. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    C’mon….who actually thinks young buck is dope? Be for real….
    ^^^^
    *raises hand*

  45. The Truth... Says:

    I don’t know what numbers Buck did, but considering how record sales are going, I don’t really think Fab flopped. It wasn’t great (160’000), but these days, it’s not bad.

  46. Two-Times Says:

    Buck is tight…

  47. The Truth... Says:

    C’mon….who actually thinks young buck is dope? Be for real….
    ^^^^
    *raises hand*
    _______________

    There’s definitely worse than him….but imo he’s far from being dope. far….

  48. Furiou$tylez...I'm So Chicago Says:

    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 1:08 am
    ^ eyes?….The only eyes you should be worried about is Cam’s left eye, the one Tru snuffed in him…

    ^^^^
    lol

    two times comes with a good one every 1,000 post…

  49. Killa Jones Says:

    smartenupnas.com/2007/06/20/50-cent-holding-dildos-nh/

    ^^
    no homo!!!!!

  50. Two-Times Says:

    I don’t know what numbers Buck did, but considering how record sales are going, I don’t really think Fab flopped. It wasn’t great (160′000), but these days, it’s not bad.

    ^ Buck did same numbers as Fab… Either one of them didn’t flop, Eskay is spittin bogus shit out there…

    He’s still mad Yayo sold 800k on his last album..

  51. The Truth... Says:

    There’s no way yayo sold 800K

  52. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    C’mon….who actually thinks young buck is dope? Be for real….
    ^^^^
    *raises hand*
    _______________

    There’s definitely worse than him….but imo he’s far from being dope. far….
    ^^^^^
    He’s one of the few rappers still making raw gangsta rap, he just raps about beating people up and shooting people instead of bling and hoes. I like that style of rap.

    Killa Jones Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 1:17 am
    smartenupnas.com/2007/06/20/50-cent-holding-dildos-nh/

    ^^
    no homo!!!!!

    ^^^^^
    yeah I saw that too…no homo…50 Cent is gay

  53. Two-Times Says:

    Fab

    From somthing to nothing: 1st week 159,000

    RealTalk(2004) : 1st week 180,000

    That’s real good since everybody knows how bad sales been down since the last 3 years..

  54. Two-Times Says:

    The Truth… Says:

    There’s no way yayo sold 800K

    ^ Ask Eskay to bust out the Soundscan if you want…

  55. Killa Jones Says:

    yeah I saw that too…no homo…50 Cent is gay

    ^^^
    ……shits disgusting……………

  56. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Fab’s album was garbage, too many r&b songs and too much swagger jacking. SMH @ me still expecting Fab to release a dope album.

  57. Two-Times Says:

    Def Jam ain’t promoting there rappers right…unless your Hov.. there more focused on Rihana and Ne-yo…

  58. Killa Jones Says:

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/2361127deb1e0b/

    ^^
    nas on cam…shyt old tho

    “when nas was hard”

  59. Two-Times Says:

    nas on cam…shyt old tho

    “when nas was hard”

    ^^ what’s crazy is that… He apologized to almost everybody he dissed… smh..

  60. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Def Jam ain’t promoting there rappers right…unless your Hov.. there more focused on Rihana and Ne-yo…
    ^^^^
    I’d focus on those artists too, they sell more than rap artists because they appeal to so many different demographics and there are more media outlets to promote pop music. Plus Ne-Yo’s last 2 albums have been better than any of the albums released on Def Jam in the past 2 years.

  61. Two-Times Says:

    NORE

    I’d focus on those artists too, they sell more than rap artists because they appeal to so many different demographics and there are more media outlets to promote pop music.

    ^ Yep.. 100 % co-sign…

  62. Killa Jones Says:

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/23610799011b80/

    ^^

    raw shyt

    nas diss

  63. Two-Times Says:

    Killa

    up that Hate me now (nass diss), where Cam spit that fire at Nas…

  64. Killa Jones Says:

    jones was a crazy!!!

  65. Killa Jones Says:

    yo till this day i think that diss ….it has has to be one on the greatest disses EVER

  66. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    A lot of rappers have had beef with Nas.

    Pac
    Big
    Jay
    Cam
    Mega
    Nore
    etc. etc. …

  67. Killa Jones Says:

    that hate me now

  68. Two-Times Says:

    Killa Jones Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 1:34 am
    that hate me now

    ^ For sure.. Up that playa… I ain’t got on the cpu… it’s on cd somewhere who knows..

  69. Killa Jones Says:

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/236111721ea16e/

    ^^
    omg!!!

    old school cam

    story telling

  70. Two-Times Says:

    Cam was right about Nas even then..

    Jay gonna have Nas make him paper until he’s like 48 years old.. lol

  71. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=uYnSnt3zzNc
    ^^^^
    classic Heatmakerz beat

  72. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=OF6xk7r-cNI
    ^^^^
    dipset west

  73. Two-Times Says:

    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 1:45 am
    youtube.com/watch?v=uYnSnt3zzNc
    ^^^^
    classic Heatmakerz beat

    ^ That last song on that “I really Mean it” was produced by Blaze I think… that shit is like my top 10 ever..

  74. Killa Jones Says:

    YOUNG GURU, JUST BLAZE

    KILLA!

    DIPLOMATS

    JUELZ SANTANA

    JIM JONES

    FREEKEY ZEAKY

    HOFFA-DASH!!!

  75. Two-Times Says:

    Freeky Zeke wearing a “What’s Really Good” shirt… lol

  76. Two-Times Says:

    that song is probably in my top 5 .. pure fire..

  77. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=aylY_E1qL_Q
    ^^^^
    lmao @ Dame Dash at the beginning of this video

  78. Two-Times Says:

    “Flex we got you… And as for that lame Nasir… I ain’t even gonna say your last name, cause that’s mine…”

    lol

  79. Killa Jones Says:

    That last song on that “I really Mean it” was produced by Blaze I think… that shit is like my top 10 ever..

    ^^

    Ya JUST KIDS

    See what i JUST did

    take a couple BARs OFF let JUST live

    JUST BLAZE>>>>

    JUST BLAZE WITH DIPSET>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  80. Two-Times Says:

    NORE

    lmao @ Dame Dash at the beginning of this video

    ^^ I always thought that was Angie Martinez with Cam in that lambo at the beginning.. is that her??

  81. Two-Times Says:

    Yo, I ain’t gonna like, when I first saw that Oh boy video back in the day, I thought that shit was tight…

    when Cam had the Burberry car cover, with the matching shoes… that shit was dope.. lol

    that whole video was good…all the broads loved that song in the whip

    they shoulda stayed on Roc-a-fella

  82. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=ofWvXlAw5yw
    ^^^^
    Santana’s town

  83. Two-Times Says:

    Yo, I ain’t gonna lie

    ^^that’s what I meant to type

  84. The Truth... Says:

    Dipset was killin shit…..cats can’t front on that.

    Who did that beat with the Queens sample?

  85. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    they shoulda stayed on Roc-a-fella
    ^^^^
    or at least on a major label because their songs don’t sound as good without Blaze or Heatmakerz beats.

  86. Two-Times Says:

    That Oh boy video is tight.. no lie.. that shit was dope when it came out…

  87. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    That Oh boy video is tight.. no lie.. that shit was dope when it came out…
    ^^^^
    yeah, Dipset released a lot of dope songs for a couple of years but I haven’t liked their recent music.

  88. Two-Times Says:

    yeah, Dipset released a lot of dope songs for a couple of years but I haven’t liked their recent music.

    ^ I never understood why they left Def Jam… They should just stayed on after the Roc split… Dame could have got them a deal or something.. atleast for Cam

  89. Killa Jones Says:

    never understood why they left Def Jam… They should just stayed on after the Roc split… Dame could have got them a deal or something.. atleast for Cam

    ^^^
    they couldn’t cuz jay-z a cockblocker

    (c) the 3 year delay of purple haze

  90. Two-Times Says:

    When the cops come……squalin!!!!

  91. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=0l9fabowmGM
    ^^^^
    “my closet’s pet cemetary”

  92. Two-Times Says:

    the 3 year delay of purple haze

    ^ Good call on that… That CD took so long to come out, by the time it did, I wasn’t even checking for it like that anymore..

    Cam shoulda dropped another album with a year of Come Home with me coming out… He lost that buzz that he had created by it taking 3 years to drop another album..

  93. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    they couldn’t cuz jay-z a cockblocker

    (c) the 3 year delay of purple haze
    ^^^^
    Juelz isn’t gonna get his album released anytime soon either. Hopefully Peedi Crakk and the Young Gunz get to release an album.

  94. Two-Times Says:

    Juelz isn’t gonna get his album released anytime soon either.

    ^ That’s extacly what Im thinking too… And Hov ain’t gonna sign off on that duo album with Weezy either…

    not unless he makes mad money off it… I don’t know…

  95. Killa Jones Says:

    Cam shoulda dropped another album with a year of Come Home with me coming out… He lost that buzz that he had created by it taking 3 years to drop another album..

    ^^^

    CUZ OF JAY-Z!!!!

    YOU WANNA BE IN THE THE PUBLIC EYE??

    SEND YOUR BUDGET
    .
    .WELL FUCK IT/ I ANT BUDGIN-JAY-Z

  96. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Juelz isn’t gonna get his album released anytime soon either.

    ^ That’s extacly what Im thinking too… And Hov ain’t gonna sign off on that duo album with Weezy either…

    not unless he makes mad money off it… I don’t know…
    ^^^^^
    Too bad because Santana is the only Dip member who’s music I check for. Jay probably prevented Wayne from being on Fab’s first single too.

  97. The Truth... Says:

    Killa, wasn’t Cam supposed to drop an album soon?

    youtube.com/watch?v=d9LeRHXTW3w

  98. Killa Jones Says:

    Killa, wasn’t Cam supposed to drop an album soon?

    ^^
    i onno

    the dude come out with an album every 10 years

  99. Two-Times Says:

    Juelz will probably do good numbers… that’s why LA reid/Jay might release his shit…

    I don’t know about the juelz/weezy album though

  100. Two-Times Says:

    I’m waiting for Killa Season 2 … Cam might get a Grammy and Hell Rell might get “best supporting actor”

  101. Two-Times Says:

    oh I meant Oscar award

  102. Killa Jones Says:

    killa season was the shyt

    you gotta watch it high

    shyyt funny

  103. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Killa Season was a (un?)intentionally funny movie. Most movies directed by rappers are idiotic but Cam’s delusional thinking took that films ignorance to a whole new level.

  104. Specialist Says:

    im really pleased to see that sean p made videos for these blazin cuts from his classic jesus price superstar joint!!! YYEEESSSsss real hip-hop only counts, who rhymes better then sean p NOBODY!!

  105. Killa Jones Says:

    that sht was comedy

    and they knew it/ they wanted people to bug out to it

  106. nation Says:

    *stands on the corner*
    *looks to see if anyone’s looking*
    *throws up hoods name on NR wall*

    http://www.wmdeez.wordpress.com/2007/06/21/i-drop-heat-when-you-bring-the-sun-up/

    *skates*

  107. Pimpin Ken Says:

    the get em daddy remix after he got shot i used to bump that shit everyday

  108. Two-Times Says:

    “yo Killa, we did this shit!… I got your back forever”

    Capo

  109. yeah me 2 Says:

    So reading all this talk how did Cam body Jay??? If jay didn’t drop Purp Haze for 3 years and juelz is most likely gettin shelved? I PUT A COUPLE CAREERS ON HOLD, YOU COULD BE NEXT KID (c) Jay Hova Real talk that’s when you know ur that nigga

  110. Two-Times Says:

    So reading all this talk how did Cam body Jay???

    ^ I never said anything like that… Cam never came close to bodying Hov…. he just says that bullshit

  111. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    So reading all this talk how did Cam body Jay???
    ^^^^
    who said Cam bodied Jay?

  112. Killa Jones Says:

    you gotta love >>>.

    blast that/ that shyt go hard

  113. Killa Jones Says:

    you gotta love it>>>.

    blast that/ that shyt go hard

  114. yeah me 2 Says:

    Hell yeah he took Weezy off…… Fuck Wayne he’s a certified bitch how do you idolize another man give this nigga the title stole his whole flow n swag then try 2 diss him cuz ur cool wit Dipset now. Two Times now Jay see’s how 50 felt when Chaz switch sides on him, Let niggas ride on him (n/h)

  115. Killa Jones Says:

    you gotta love it>>>.

    blast that/ that shyt go hard

  116. Killa Jones Says:

    yo im out/ it’s past my bedtime

  117. Two-Times Says:

    yeah me 2 Says:

    how do you idolize another man give this nigga the title stole his whole flow n swag then try 2 diss him cuz ur cool wit Dipset now.

    Two Times now Jay see’s how 50 felt when Chaz switch sides on him, Let niggas ride on him (n/h)

    ^^ Ofcourse I see that… Weezy is a punk for that shit, no doubt…

    But that Chaz & 50 shit, is real deal street stuff… but I get your point…

  118. yeah me 2 Says:

    Na Cam said it……. I was just asking how do some ppl Co-Sign that….. Like he stopped ya record from comin out stop ya some of ya money from coming in even 50 didn’t do that to Styles P lmao yes he did that nigga lying b that’s how bosses move.

  119. yeah me 2 Says:

    The bank withdrawal > Rotten Apple…..Banks murdered that whole CD

  120. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    ……. I was just asking how do some ppl Co-Sign that
    ^^^^
    stans don’t think rationally they co-sign everything their favorite rapper says because they live bicuriously throught them.

  121. Specialist Says:

    wtf people dick ridin camron on a sean p comment shit??!! WOW

  122. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    throught = through

  123. Two-Times Says:

    Banks still getting money overseas… he is on his hustle…

  124. Specialist Says:

    by the way i love dipset and all that but how can we compare cam with nas??!! Cam’ron

  125. yeah me 2 Says:

    Max B’s hook on You Gotta Love It > Killa’s verse real talk …..”You gotta hate us, the way we gettin this paper”

  126. Specialist Says:

    Camron

  127. Two-Times Says:

    by the way i love dipset and all that but how can we compare cam with nas??!! Cam’ron

    ^ ain’t nobody comparing the two…

    We jump topics over here all day..

  128. Specialist Says:

    Cam’ron is inferior to nas’ boogers, Lord did you guys listen to the killa season cd its fuckin awfull

  129. yeah me 2 Says:

    Na but I don’t understand some stans these days…..like Jay’s my fav. Rapper hands down that niggas the illest to me but I can still say ether was fuckin crack, like that shit was serious and like I still fuck wit dipset and Weezy’s 1 of the best doin it right now. I don’t agree wit shit they do but I can still appreciate their music.

  130. Specialist Says:

    the worst Nas album = Camron’s best work to date !

  131. Two-Times Says:

    Old Nas shit was classic….

  132. Specialist Says:

    the dips were nice when they were on the ROC with the Heatmakers and just blaze on the production, it made me laugh when i found out that dame signed the whole crew while jay was in st-tropez on vaca wahahaha when he got back cam was almost named prez for the Roc LOL

  133. yeah me 2 Says:

    Love My Life off Killa Season one of Cam’s best tracks ever

  134. Specialist Says:

    wahahahahahaha love of my life sucked cocks hard NO HOMO lolll the best track off of the gross killa season cd his wet wipes and get ya gun

  135. Specialist Says:

    by the way I started to put cam on stand by since he said that he raps because hes nice and shit fuck off I never seen the guy spit some ill lyrics since his Children of the Corn days, that would be the onlytime he cared about rapin quality shit since he had no money so he could rap like a dumb ass ”holy moly etc”

  136. yeah me 2 Says:

    Your talkin dumb kid Love my life was the realest track on there….That’s sum sit back n remincesce(sp) on the old days. Wet wipes was decent but not good

  137. Specialist Says:

    Love of my life > pete rock’s they reminisce over you

  138. Specialist Says:

    lolll i mean : Love of my life

  139. Specialist Says:

    the opposite sign

  140. danny boy Says:

    Cam’ron is a bum. never did anything worth a damn since Come Home With Me.
    ‘only time you went plat, my chain was on your neck thats an actual fact’ (c) Hov

  141. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    first….

  142. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    whaddup, NAH….LOL @

    http://www.theonion.com/content/news/pac_man_jones_i_will_be_nowhere

  143. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    lol. is the stuff in the onion real? I always thought it was fake

  144. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    *currently listing to Mic Club “Bis vs. Rip” (ft. Rip the Jacker)*

    Canibus freestyling against him self = classic. Rip the Jacker won

  145. Rey Says:

    Why would Young Buck diss DJ Khaled?

  146. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    @ PLug…the onion is fake as shit, but it’s hilarious…

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 8:45 am
    Why would Young Buck diss DJ Khaled?

    ***Cuz he takin’ ooooooooover

  147. Joe 88 Says:

    SMH @ Sean P making a song (one) that I already wrote like 3 years ago, w/e mines is still better, ole kimbo looking ass ninja.

    *Moonwalks in nah right*

    *Tilts O’s fitted*

    *Arm wrestles a midget for no apparent reason*

    *Light’s spliff to celebrate the victory*

    *Yawns*

    *Plucks ashes on Sean P CD*

    *Does cabbage patch*

    *Throws up NR gang sign*

    *SMH @ all the gay talk going on last night*

    *Pulls scarf over face*

    *Begins E-Thuggin*

  148. Rey Says:

    Mornin’ Plizzug, Ikkidy Icon?

  149. Rey Says:

    lol.. I thought it was cuz HE THE BESSST!

  150. Joe 88 Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=PdJk7hqQtG8

    ^Kimbo A.K.A Sean P long lost brother

  151. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    I got apartments you can put ya home in (c) hov

  152. Rey Says:

    What up Joe88? You done talking in the 3rd person?

    Re: Kanye Makes A Beat– I like that he still produces shit. I like that he writes his own stuff. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside. (no apparent gay talk last nite)

  153. The-XFacta Says:

    What up NR?

  154. Rey Says:

    From last nite, lol @ Simon sonning Two Times:

    eskay Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 1:05 am
    >>but give Buck like 2 years and he’ll individually have more money than them dudes..

    yeah cuz he didn’t just flop. you’re fucking delusional.

  155. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    nation Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 2:36 am
    *stands on the corner*
    *looks to see if anyone’s looking*
    *throws up hoods name on NR wall*

    http://www.wmdeez.wordpress.com/2007/06/21/i-drop-heat-when-you-bring-the-sun-up/

    *skates*
    ——-
    good shid. I been on my hov ish all week. I have had the track before “the watcher” on repeat all week.

    “If you did it, I’ve done it before, you get I had it, got mad at it and dont want it no more”

  156. Rey Says:

    Mornin’ X-Fizznactor.

  157. Joe 88 Says:

    >What up Joe88? You done talking in the 3rd person?

    ^Yeah, I think i’ma make that a wednesday thing, lol

    *In deebo voice*

    What up ya’ll? What’s up craig?

  158. Busta Nut Says:

    Young Buck disses DJ Khaled

    ^^^^^

    Great another beef no one could give a fuck about!!!!!

    What up Nah righters??

  159. Rey Says:

    @ Plug– That one is called “Hovi Baby”.. that’s the one that made me *finally* stop hating Hov. I couldn’t deny that shit.

    @ J88–LOL.. Okay.

  160. Joe 88 Says:

    @Rey

    Why did you hate hov?

  161. Rey Says:

    Morning Bussa Bus.

    Yeah, Khaled vs Buck is a snooze-fest. Only difference is, Khaled made an album (we the best) that I was actually interested in hearing.

  162. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    @ Plug– That one is called “Hovi Baby”.. that’s the one that made me *finally* stop hating Hov. I couldn’t deny that shit.
    —–
    definetly one of the best beats Just blaze made. definetly one of hovs best flows. Dude rode the beat better than Jenna Jamison rides peckers…. [pause?]

  163. Busta Nut Says:

    What up Reymondo!!

    Talking of Jay Z whos album you guys think was the most dissapointing last year?

    Busta Rhymes

    or

    Jay Z

    or

    Nas

  164. Rey Says:

    @ J88– I couldn’t follow his flow. At first, to me, it sounded like he was off-beat.

    Wu Tang & Bad Boy ruled Brentwood when Hov first blew up, so all I really knew of him was that he was the “Ain’t No Ni**a” guy. (hot blonde girl walking byyyy…and I’m back).. Then I heard some other little singles “Who you with”, “Girls best friend” and I was like Wow, this guy can’t rap to the beat, and I don’t like the beats anyway– So i went back to Wu Tang Forever or No Way Out or whatever.

    I dug his guest spots on Mariah’s stuff, I liked Can I Get A.. Some of the stuff on Hard Knock Life.. but for the most part I didn’t think he was a big deal. Then when The Blueprint came out I couldn’t deny “H to the Izzo” was awesome, and then Girls Girls Girls…

    But!

    He started to diss Nas, and I was one of those disenchanted Nas fans that still liked Nasty Nas (pause), but wasn’t happy with his post I.W.W. output.. Still, Jay kicking Nas when he was down pissed me off, and then when Ether came out I was like “Ha! F Hov!”.. I still dug some of his collabos with Cam and Freeway and junk, but I still thought he was a dick for the Nas thing.

    Then I started writing songs and I was trying to broaden my horizons a bit so I picked up Blueprint 2, and Hovi Baby was the second song, and I was like “Oh…shit…”–It was awesome.

    Since then I picked up Blueprint, Black Album, Reasonable Doubt, Volume 1, Best of Both Worlds (I know), and Kingdom Come, and I’ve been a fan ever since.

  165. bigjamz Says:

    your blog is very fresh please add me on your links!!!

  166. Rey Says:

    @ Plug– Yessir. He built that beat off a little-ass loop from TLC’s (rip left eye) “Digging on you”. Hov kilt dat yo.

    @ Busta– I didn’t pick up, um, Busta’s album.. so ‘tween nas & jay I’d have to say I was more disappointed in Jay’s. I liked it ok, but I felt his choruses were weak, and that he was holding back and/or rusty.

    I really liked HHID from Nas tho’.. I thought it was brilliant.

  167. G7 Says:

    rey, joe88, plug, xfacta, busta, icon what’s poppin’ dunns?(c) ballerina P

  168. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    Albums in order of hotness

    1. Busta Rhymes: One of my fav if not my favorite album to come out last year

    2. Hov: It was what it was

    3: Nas: I wanted the old nas back n/h

  169. Rey Says:

    Nice Rack Girl just walked by..

    It’s gonna be a great day.

  170. Busta Nut Says:

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:08 am
    @ Plug– Yessir. He built that beat off a little-ass loop from TLC’s (rip left eye) “Digging on you”. Hov kilt dat yo.

    @ Busta– I didn’t pick up, um, Busta’s album.. so ‘tween nas & jay I’d have to say I was more disappointed in Jay’s. I liked it ok, but I felt his choruses were weak, and that he was holding back and/or rusty.

    I really liked HHID from Nas tho’.. I thought it was brilliant.

    ^^^^^

    True, i thought Nas HHID was the best of the three.
    Only gave Kingdom Done a couple of spins coz i aint the biggest fan of Hov fan.
    But Busta Rhymes album was just a straight up shit sandwich!!

  171. G7 Says:

    Ghostface “One” > Sean P “One”

  172. Rey Says:

    What up G G G G G G G?

  173. Joe 88 Says:

    >Since then I picked up Blueprint, Black Album, Reasonable Doubt, Volume 1, Best of Both Worlds (I know), and Kingdom Come, and I’ve been a fan ever since.

    ^Okay, I got ya. Best of…….was a good album, but some people on here might disagree because there “too hip hop” to have fun. That’s one of those albums I play before i’ma bout to see a chick, or go to the club. Like I always say about “fun music” it serves it’s purpose, it’s not suppose to be under the same microscope as a KRS album, it’s meant to bring girls to the dance floor & make them get loose. No one wants to hear Wu tang freestyles while there @ the club, except them grimey duns that’s standing on the wall, hands on there balls (NH) (c) Ma$e. So no shame in owning a Best of album, shit I bought the 2nd one (which WAS trash) I can’t listen to the whole thing all the way thru. Hov needs to stop making CD’s on the tour bus

  174. G7 Says:

    karma caught up to Busta Rhymes last year. Well deserved too.

  175. Joe 88 Says:

    Ghostface “One” > Sean P “One”

    Joe88’s “One” > Sean Peanuts “One”

    Kingdom come was the best out of the three, the track order is why the album sounded outta place, every song on there is above average

  176. Rey Says:

    Busta needs to get his poofy hat & fish-eye lens back on.. I don’t like this serious Busta.

    Altho’ I’ve never actually bought a B dot Rhymes album.

    Another confession? I’ve never listened to Illmatic. I’ve only heard One Love, The World Is Yours, and It Ain’t Hard To Tell

  177. G7 Says:

    allhiphop.com/blogs/features/archive/2007/06/21/18168153.aspx

    ^the Green Eyed Bandit speaks. I’ve always been a huge Sermon fan.

  178. Busta Nut Says:

    Ghostface “One” > Sean P “One”

    True, one of my favourite Ghost songs, the only thing that pisses me off about Supreme Clientele is when on i think it’s Ghost Deini(track 5) he stops and gives the gayest shout out to 2pac & Biggie!!!

  179. Rey Says:

    @ J88– Hmm.. that’s an interesting theory. What order do you think the tracks should be in?

    As for “Best of…” I thought the beats were good.. Kells did his thing, but it seemed like Hov was trying to keep generic.. Like maybe he didn’t wanna put A-List material on what was, respectfully, a gimmicky album. I wouldn’t say it was bad tho’, I liked it ok.

    I totally agree on Fun music. Everybody shat on “Show Me What You Got”, but I thought it was fun.. Dudes on xxlmag clowned me for thinking that way, but it’s true.. “And Wave! And wave! And wave!” is just plain fun.

    T-Pain is useless, so is Yung Joc, but I love “Buy You A Drank”.. that shit is just fun right there.

  180. G7 Says:

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:17 am
    Busta needs to get his poofy hat & fish-eye lens back on.. I don’t like this serious Busta.

    Altho’ I’ve never actually bought a B dot Rhymes album.

    Another confession? I’ve never listened to Illmatic. I’ve only heard One Love, The World Is Yours, and It Ain’t Hard To Tell

    ===
    Stop lyin’. How could you be a Nas fan and never sit down and listen to Illmatic before? No way.

  181. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    Busta needs to get his poofy hat & fish-eye lens back on.. I don’t like this serious Busta.

    Altho’ I’ve never actually bought a B dot Rhymes album.
    ——-
    What most dont realizee is tha tb rhyse has always has a slow monotone flow. he just always steped outside the box on his singles. his albums where never lie the singles

  182. Rey Says:

    @ Siete– It’s true. It was on my list when it first came out and I just never got around to copping.

    I think it’s cuz, out of the 3 I did hear, It Ain’t Hard To Tell was my favorite, and the other 2 didn’t sound anything like it.

    I’m afraid of getting it now cuz I have a problem with older-style production unless it’s on an album I got when it first came out.. As in 36 Chambers production is dated, but I love it.. But when I first bought reasonable doubt (about a year or 2 ago–see above story) it took me a few listens to get past the old-style production.

  183. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    Another confession? I’ve never listened to Illmatic. I’ve only heard One Love, The World Is Yours, and It Ain’t Hard To Tell
    ——–
    SMH. You only get a pass for that if you in Europe or Mars or somethin

  184. Joe 88 Says:

    >T-Pain is useless, so is Yung Joc, but I love “Buy You A Drank”.. that shit is just fun right there.

    ^lol, me also, the guys that come on here dissing that song don’t get out much, you can tell.

    >@ J88– Hmm.. that’s an interesting theory. What order do you think the tracks should be in?

    ^I can’t think of the tracklist off the top, but just a few minor adjustments could go a long way

  185. Busta Nut Says:

    Busta needs to get his poofy hat & fish-eye lens back on.. I don’t like this serious Busta.

    Altho’ I’ve never actually bought a B dot Rhymes album.
    ——-
    What most dont realizee is tha tb rhyse has always has a slow monotone flow. he just always steped outside the box on his singles. his albums where never lie the singles

    ^^^^^^^^

    Cosign, but i thought with the last album being with dre he would give us more of his singles flow rather than the monotone!! i was looking forward to that album for weeks and it was dissapointing!!!

  186. Rey Says:

    @ Plug– I’m not hating on Busta.. I just didn’t buy his albums. I like all his singles, and he’s definitely original with his flow and junk.. I just never bought his album.

  187. G7 Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZMqwb3mliM

    ^classic Busta, Leaders of the New School joint “What’s Next”

    Both Leaders of the New School albums were fire!!! I wish they stayed together.

  188. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    I love Redman and all (nhoc), but I wish I could get that goddamned “Freestyle, Freestyle” shit outta my head….and I’m still salty (pause) @ 9th for leaving LB, but he makes a shitload of sense, here…

    allhiphop.com/blogs/djsproducers/archive/2007/06/19/18161322.aspx

    plus, yet another reason to fuck with (n/h) Paul Mooney–funny sh*t, y’all….

    youtube.com/watch?v=sD2rj_w8L10

  189. Rey Says:

    lol, a Martian from London, that’s me.

  190. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    9th Wonder: I think the R. Kelly album is an abomination of Black people. The zoo song- if that’s not the most ridiculous s**t. It really hurts me that Black people are going around playing that mess. Like one, you know the n***a is going around peeing on little girls, and past that, he is talking about monkeys and trees. If you support that you don’t even deserve to be Black no more. He wants to jump on records with all these young cats, damn T-Pain. He is supposed to lead not follow, and I think that only happens with Black music. That doesn’t happen with White music. Bon Jovi and U2 are going to play their jams that everybody knows, and everyone is going to go home and be happy.

  191. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    LOL @ Mooney saying Magic Johnson musta had “Financial AIDS”

  192. Joe 88 Says:

    >SMH. You only get a pass for that if you in Europe or Mars or somethin

    ^lol @ Mars. It was written > Illmatic.

    >But when I first bought reasonable doubt (about a year or 2 ago–see above story) it took me a few listens to get past the old-style production.

    ^ I was a year late on RD (because the pac stan in me (nh) wouldn’t let me bump nothing other than pac) but when I first heard it I always envision a late 30’s mafia type theme. Like the pictures in the album cover, the music (beat wize)sounded like that, from politics as usual, can’t knock the hustle, bring it on, all those beats sound like they could’ve been the soundtrack to “Bronx tale” or other movies like that.

  193. G7 Says:

    @Rey- albums like Illmatic and Reasonable Doubt will never sound dated. If anything 36 Chambers sounds more dated than those two. I say that cuz I don’t think the Wu were as lyrically advanced as Nas and Jay at that time. They improved lyrically greatly year by year. Nas and Jay sounded so ahead of their time on their first albums.

  194. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    It was written > Illmatic
    ——-
    true…. true….

  195. Busta Nut Says:

    I’m afraid of getting it now cuz I have a problem with older-style production unless it’s on an album I got when it first came out.. As in 36 Chambers production is dated, but I love it.. But when I first bought reasonable doubt (about a year or 2 ago–see above story) it took me a few listens to get past the old-style production.

    ^^^^^

    Illmatic sounds better now than it did when it first came out because the shit thats out these days is so bad!!!! Rey get this album asap!!

    Have to disagree with you about the 36 Chambers being a Wu stan and all i think it’s the most time less rap album ever made, that shit never gets old!!

  196. Rey Says:

    @ J88– Yeah, I can dig the production and stuff now, but it took a couple listens. I like Reasonable Doubt a lot. Actually, I like Volume 1 as well, that’s kinda like Hov wanting to do more RD-type material, but also throwing in some stuff to compete with Bad Boy..

    People hate Vol. 1, but I like it. Hov brings it once again, IMO.

  197. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    I say that cuz I don’t think the Wu were as lyrically advanced as Nas and Jay at that time.
    ——–
    BLASPHEMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  198. Rey Says:

    I’ll borrow Illmatic from my friend tonite and I’ll report back on it tomorrow, ok?

    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:34 am
    @Rey- albums like Illmatic and Reasonable Doubt will never sound dated. If anything 36 Chambers sounds more dated than those two. I say that cuz I don’t think the Wu were as lyrically advanced as Nas and Jay at that time. They improved lyrically greatly year by year. Nas and Jay sounded so ahead of their time on their first albums.

    ^^^

    I just mean dated in terms of the beats, not the rhymes. Wu’s always been solid lyrically…except for Cappadonna.

  199. G7 Says:

    >>Have to disagree with you about the 36 Chambers being a Wu stan and all i think it’s the most time less rap album ever made, that shit never gets old!!

    ^I know it never gets old. That album is one of the best ever. I just think none of them were lyrically ahead of the game like when Nas and Jay came out. They were years ahead of their time, none of the Wu were except maybe Gza and Meth at that time.

  200. Joe 88 Says:

    >@Rey- albums like Illmatic and Reasonable Doubt will never sound dated. If anything 36 Chambers sounds more dated than those two.

    ^Totally fucking co-sign. IMO 36 couldn’t stand out with the music that’s out today like it did back then, not taking anything away from it, but that’s my opinion. I listen to 36 like 2 years ago & I actually asked myself WTF was it that I liked about this album so much? While Illmatic & RD would still be considered classics if they were to come out today IMO.

  201. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    36 CHAMBERS> ILLMATIC

  202. G7 Says:

    Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:38 am
    I say that cuz I don’t think the Wu were as lyrically advanced as Nas and Jay at that time.
    ——–
    BLASPHEMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ^lol. I think the Wu really hit their stride lyrically by 95 when all the solo albums dropped. You can hear the improvement from 93 when 36 chambers came out to 95.

  203. Rey Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    ^Totally fucking co-sign. IMO 36 couldn’t stand out with the music that’s out today like it did back then, not taking anything away from it, but that’s my opinion. I listen to 36 like 2 years ago & I actually asked myself WTF was it that I liked about this album so much? While Illmatic & RD would still be considered classics if they were to come out today IMO.

    ^^^

    Whoa.. Slow down, Hoss… While I respect your opinion (No your epic war with Ty yesterday), I don’t necessarily agree with that one.. 36 Chambers is obscenely good.. M.E.T.H.O.D. Man, Protect Ya Neck, C.R.E.A.M., Da Mystery of Chessboxin’, Wu Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthin’ Ta F**k With, Shame on a Ni**A, and that one that goes “9s sure to get you open like 6 packs, killa bees attack” (the 2nd version) are all awesome, and the rest are solid too.

  204. The-XFacta Says:

    @

    Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:46 am
    36 CHAMBERS> ILLMATIC

    ———————————

    Wow! That’s a hard one to call (Pause), but I’m going to have to disagree

  205. G7 Says:

    co-sign Joe 88 @ 9:43am

  206. Rey Says:

    I mean, lyrically, I guess Wu Tang Forever > 36 Chambers, but in terms of overall execution, hooks, concepts, swagger.. You gotta go with 36 Chambers.

  207. landLORD Says:

    … good morning …

  208. Joe 88 Says:

    >Whoa.. Slow down, Hoss… While I respect your opinion (No your epic war with Ty yesterday), I don’t necessarily agree with that one.. 36 Chambers is obscenely good.. M.E.T.H.O.D. Man, Protect Ya Neck, C.R.E.A.M., Da Mystery of Chessboxin’, Wu Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthin’ Ta F**k With, Shame on a Ni**A, and that one that goes “9s sure to get you open like 6 packs, killa bees attack” (the 2nd version) are all awesome, and the rest are solid too.

    ^Not saying the CD was wack cause it definently was hot, just saying RD & Illmatic sounds like they could’ve been made in this day & age, while 36 really sounds like a album from the 90’s in it’s truest form

  209. landLORD Says:

    … 36 Chambers > Illmatic …

    … It Was Written > Illmatic …

  210. Busta Nut Says:

    ^Totally fucking co-sign. IMO 36 couldn’t stand out with the music that’s out today like it did back then, not taking anything away from it, but that’s my opinion. I listen to 36 like 2 years ago & I actually asked myself WTF was it that I liked about this album so much? While Illmatic & RD would still be considered classics if they were to come out today IMO.

    ^^^^^^

    Wrong Wrong Wrong!!!!!

    36 Chambers is better than illmatic & RD. If anything RD is over rated!!

    All three are classics though!!

  211. Joe 88 Says:

    landLord, what it is?

  212. Rey Says:

    Mornin’ landLORD..

    ***
    >Not saying the CD was wack cause it definently was hot, just saying RD & Illmatic sounds like they could’ve been made in this day & age, while 36 really sounds like a album from the 90’s in it’s truest form

    ^^^^

    Ah, gotcha.

  213. Joe 88 Says:

    >36 Chambers is better than illmatic & RD. If anything RD is over rated!!

    ^Of course a hov hater would say that, SMH. Explain to me how RD is overrated. Don’t worry, i’ll wait (c) katt williams

    RD > Life

  214. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    That Gza solo track on 36 chamber is my fav. Track 3 or 4 I beleive. I been on a Gza kick lately hince the name^

    *dashes to the car to get 36 chambers*

  215. landLORD Says:

    … 36 Chambers changed HipHop forever … it heavily impacted production techniques, slang usage, rhymes styles, etc . … 36 Chambers changed all that … it gave other crews a formula to work from … no lp will ever have the same impact on rap …

  216. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    landLORD Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:50 am
    … good morning …
    ——–
    *points at watch*

    *looks up at land*

    Your late buddy

  217. Rey Says:

    I can see how (based on the 3 songs I heard) Illmatic sounding like a “today” album..But RD? I dunno about that one.

    Just my opinion, not trying to start nuffin’.

  218. The-XFacta Says:

    Midnight Mauraders>36 Chambers

  219. landLORD Says:

    … whaddup Rey, Joe88 …

  220. G7 Says:

    Tom Chambers > 36 Chambers

  221. Rey Says:

    landLORD Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:54 am
    … 36 Chambers changed HipHop forever … it heavily impacted production techniques, slang usage, rhymes styles, etc . … 36 Chambers changed all that … it gave other crews a formula to work from … no lp will ever have the same impact on rap …

    ^^^

    Cosign.

  222. G7 Says:

    what’s crackulatin’ Lord?

  223. G7 Says:

    xfacta whudup black?

  224. Joe 88 Says:

    >I can see how (based on the 3 songs I heard) Illmatic sounding like a “today” album..But RD? I dunno about that one.

    ^Aint no being his first single, can’t knock w mary 2nd single, dead pres w nas being on the hook & in video his 3rd single, you tube video of either brook finest, or d-evils, drop a couple freestyle to add buzz to the album, there ya go.

  225. landLORD Says:

    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:58 am
    what’s crackulatin’ Lord?

    —————

    … getting ready to go into a training session, what’s good with you Homes ? …

  226. 456 Says:

    RZA = genius

    maurice white of hiphop

  227. Joe 88 Says:

    >Tom Chambers > 36 Chambers

    ^lol, that’s fucked up. Tom did prove white men CAN jump, ask mark jackson. Don’t hate me landLord, lol

    youtube.com/watch?v=UDyBSTQDwH8

  228. Rey Says:

    @ J88– Okay, with the breakdown in front of me I can see that happening.

    Jay > BIG on BK’s Finest, and here’s why:

    “Leave the paramedics breathing soft on ’em (what’s your name?)”

  229. The-XFacta Says:

    Sup g7

  230. D. Billz Says:

    Land… Joe88… 456… Rey… G7… Xfacta… Plug… iCon…

    What up chiefs?

  231. The-XFacta Says:

    Sup Billzy Bob?

  232. landLORD Says:

    The-XFacta Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:56 am
    Midnight Mauraders>36 Chambers

    ———————————

    … i was just listening to Midnight Marauders last night … they’re close in quality, but most average rap fans couldnt name 3 songs off that lp … but Quest fans and real HipHop heads know that lp is classic … me and Icon debated whether Low End Theory was better than Midnight Marauders … after further review of both, i maintain, M.M. is better ….

  233. 456 Says:

    Jay > BIG on BK’s Finest, and here’s why:

    “Leave the paramedics breathing soft on ‘em (what’s your name?)”

    ^on the contrilly/i packs the mac millie

    jay murdered that verse

  234. The-XFacta Says:

    Midnight Maurders>Low End Theory

  235. The-XFacta Says:

    Midnight Maurders maybe the best album ever made!!

  236. Busta Nut Says:

    >36 Chambers is better than illmatic & RD. If anything RD is over rated!!

    ^Of course a hov hater would say that, SMH. Explain to me how RD is overrated. Don’t worry, i’ll wait (c) katt williams

    RD > Life

    ^^^^^

    Joe i got a bit excited when you had a go at the Wu, i see your point. But i think if any off these albums were out today they would struggle because of the state of hip hop these days!!

    RD over rated, i just feel when you put it next to the other two production & lyric wise it is not as good!! I cant argue with Hov’s flow though it’s top class!!

  237. 456 Says:

    whut up billz.

  238. G7 Says:

    landLORD Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:01 am
    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 9:58 am
    what’s crackulatin’ Lord?

    —————

    … getting ready to go into a training session, what’s good with you Homes ? …

    ^ I read this real quick while on the phone and for a sec I thought you said you had a tanning session…LOL. Not much happening here man. Just trying to keep busy. Bout to put Rahzel MTM2000 in the cd rom.

  239. green eyes Says:

    Good morning gentlemen.

  240. Joe 88 Says:

    *High five billz*

    For real, let me know where you get that baltimore blast hat made, if you get it made, lol

  241. The-XFacta Says:

    Moment of Truth>36 Chambers

  242. D. Billz Says:

    lol @ Joe88. Iight, bet.

    http://www.duepayer.com

    The homie Matik has posted some draft picks that are prospects for K.O.N.Y. Check it out. Let us know if yall agree or disagree… and leave suggestions while you’re at it.

  243. cMac Says:

    i’m not feelin sean P

  244. The-XFacta Says:

    Hi Greenie

  245. G7 Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:02 am
    >Tom Chambers > 36 Chambers

    ^lol, that’s fucked up. Tom did prove white men CAN jump, ask mark jackson. Don’t hate me landLord, lol

    youtube.com/watch?v=UDyBSTQDwH8

    ^against the Knicks too…lol. Damn he was high!! Mark Jackson got crowned!!! No king of New York.

  246. G7 Says:

    >>Moment of Truth>36 Chambers

    ^no co-sign

  247. green eyes Says:

    hi X.

    Lol @ that pac man article in the onion

  248. G7 Says:

    morning G. Eyes!

  249. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    So, is it true that the Knicks are picking up Rashard (sp?) Lewis–if so, that would be a good look for y’all

  250. Rey Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:03 am
    Land… Joe88… 456… Rey… G7… Xfacta… Plug… iCon…

    What up chiefs?

    ^^^

    Hola Capitan Beelz.

    ***

    Hola Greenita!

  251. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    aye bay bay (c) icon…fuck a hurricane

  252. Joe 88 Says:

    >Joe i got a bit excited when you had a go at the Wu, i see your point. But i think if any off these albums were out today they would struggle because of the state of hip hop these days!!

    ^My bad, I sould’ve explained myself a lil more about the Wu thing, I knew I was gonna catch heat as soon as I hit the submit button, lol

    >RD over rated, i just feel when you put it next to the other two production & lyric wise it is not as good!! I cant argue with Hov’s flow though it’s top class!!

    ^The production of RD puts it in the top IMO because at that time it was original, all the topics he hit on that album went perfectly with the beats, D-Evils alone is a classic song, the way he broke down the story in the second verse

    “We use to fight for building blocks
    now we fight for blocks with buildings that make a killing
    the closes of friend when we first started
    but as soon as the $ grew we grew black hearted
    thinking back when we first learned to use rubbers
    he never learned so in turn i’m kidnapping his babymother
    my hand around her collar, feeding her cheese
    she said the taste of dollars were shitty, so I fed her 50$

    ^Come on man, classic material. The reason RD stands out to me is because they were no other albums like it, sure there were rug realers in the rap game, but no one told the story of the downside of the crack game, the concepts on that album IMO is & still unmatched.

  253. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    36 chambers stands out because nobody had ever heard anything like it, and it went against the grain…Production wise, it was gritty, almost felt unfinished sometimes, in direct opposition to the polished, R&B/funk vibe that the west coast was putting out at the time….Lyrically, nobody had ever heard a crew of that many niggas who were all that good, each with distinctive personas and agendas…Wu Tang forever, bitches….

  254. The-XFacta Says:

    @

    Joe 88 Says:

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    What album is RD?

  255. G7 Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:03 am
    Land… Joe88… 456… Rey… G7… Xfacta… Plug… iCon…

    What up chiefs?

    ^chillin’ Billz. good morning.

  256. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    When you listen to Illmatic, you gotta bear in mind that son was all of 18, 19 at the time…and he didn’t even put a ‘lil in his name…Nas’ lyrics were like a poetry slam, or some shit….Illmatic was more than just an album, it was like a living documentary of being young and black in the early 1990s, i would guess even moreso for new yorkers

  257. G7 Says:

    >>What album is RD?

    Reasonable Doubt

  258. Rey Says:

    @ Billz– I peeped the article atcho site.. Cosign the list. Those are the 3 dudes I wanna hear more from.

    I’d put Pap on there, but I have a feeling he’s gonna crash and burn.. Something about dude says “lousy hooks, lousy beat selection”.. He can spit, but I have a feeling he’s gonna be the new Canibus. (sorry Pluggito)

  259. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    What album is RD?

    **Reasonable Doubt

  260. Joe 88 Says:

    >What album is RD?

    ^Reasonable doubt

  261. The-XFacta Says:

    Blue Print>RD

  262. G7 Says:

    co-sign Icadon @ 10:23

  263. Busta Nut Says:

    >Joe i got a bit excited when you had a go at the Wu, i see your point. But i think if any off these albums were out today they would struggle because of the state of hip hop these days!!

    ^My bad, I sould’ve explained myself a lil more about the Wu thing, I knew I was gonna catch heat as soon as I hit the submit button, lol

    >RD over rated, i just feel when you put it next to the other two production & lyric wise it is not as good!! I cant argue with Hov’s flow though it’s top class!!

    ^The production of RD puts it in the top IMO because at that time it was original, all the topics he hit on that album went perfectly with the beats, D-Evils alone is a classic song, the way he broke down the story in the second verse

    “We use to fight for building blocks
    now we fight for blocks with buildings that make a killing
    the closes of friend when we first started
    but as soon as the $ grew we grew black hearted
    thinking back when we first learned to use rubbers
    he never learned so in turn i’m kidnapping his babymother
    my hand around her collar, feeding her cheese
    she said the taste of dollars were shitty, so I fed her 50$

    ^Come on man, classic material. The reason RD stands out to me is because they were no other albums like it, sure there were rug realers in the rap game, but no one told the story of the downside of the crack game, the concepts on that album IMO is & still unmatched.

    ^^^^^

    Cool Joe, i aint ever said it wasn’t a classic, it’s just personal opinion, i own RD but never find myself going back and listening to it.. Where as 36 & illmatic i listen to all the time!!

  264. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    aiight, so how do we rank RD, RTD, 36, Chronic, and Illmatic? All are proof that the early 90s were the undisputed golden age of hip hop…

  265. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ***Forgot enter da Stage….

  266. green eyes Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:20 am
    36 chambers stands out because nobody had ever heard anything like it, and it went against the grain…Production wise, it was gritty, almost felt unfinished sometimes, in direct opposition to the polished, R&B/funk vibe that the west coast was putting out at the time….Lyrically, nobody had ever heard a crew of that many niggas who were all that good, each with distinctive personas and agendas…Wu Tang forever, bitches….

    ^ not just the west coast, it dropped during the new jack swing era, and when naughty was dropping party anthems so it definitely represented something completely new, that wasnt being heard in other formats.

  267. The-XFacta Says:

    @
    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:25 am
    aiight, so how do we rank RD, RTD, 36, Chronic, and Illmatic? All are proof that the early 90s were the undisputed golden age of hip hop…

    ————————————-

    Out of these 5 my top 5:

    1. Ready 2 Die
    2. Illmatic
    3. 36 Chambers
    4. The Chronic
    5. Reasonable Doubt

  268. cMac Says:

    The-XFacta Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:25 am
    Blue Print>RD
    ^^^^
    cosign… i mean he was hungry in RD. But that was before my time, BP was what i was bumpin. But RD has some bangers on it…don’t get me wrong

  269. cOLD Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:23 am
    When you listen to Illmatic, you gotta bear in mind that son was all of 18, 19 at the time…and he didn’t even put a ‘lil in his name…Nas’ lyrics were like a poetry slam, or some shit….Illmatic was more than just an album, it was like a living documentary of being young and black in the early 1990s, i would guess even moreso for new yorkers

    ^pretty much, well described.

  270. Rey Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:25 am
    aiight, so how do we rank RD, RTD, 36, Chronic, and Illmatic? All are proof that the early 90s were the undisputed golden age of hip hop…

    ***

    Awesome.

    5- Illmatic (cuz I haven’t heard it)
    4- Reasonable Doubt
    3- Ready to Die
    2- 36 Chambers
    1- The Chronic

  271. Joe 88 Says:

    >you gotta bear in mind that son was all of 18, 19 at the time…and he didn’t even put a ‘lil in his name

    ^lol, I co-sign both of your comments about Nas & wu tang, but I copy/paste that part cause that’s just plain comedy. Just thinking of lil nas makes me laugh. I guess the lil thing aint really jumpoff (no J Budd……can’t even do it, don’t wanna start a riot early in the morning) till the late 90’s with the exception of lil kim.

  272. cOLD Says:

    ^ thus; Nas > Jay

  273. 456 Says:

    I would argue that RD was actually deeper than illmatic. I agree with icon that nas’s poetry was off the charts but when you listen to RD you hear a real hustler questioning himself and his world. Plus he used seventies soul samples that was never considered hiphop before. That was a breakthrough lyrically, sonically, philosophically

  274. The-XFacta Says:

    @

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:28 am
    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:25 am
    aiight, so how do we rank RD, RTD, 36, Chronic, and Illmatic? All are proof that the early 90s were the undisputed golden age of hip hop…

    ***

    Awesome.

    5- Illmatic (cuz I haven’t heard it)

    ————————————————-

    You’ve never heard of Illmatic?? Yo B how old are you????

  275. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    co-sign greenie…Wu definitely brought the rawness into hip hop…I compare their emergence in the early 90s to Rakim’s in the mid 80s…they just changed the game forever, and for the better, nonetheless…niggas took the crown by force, and had other emcees writing on the other side of their notebook paper….

  276. G7 Says:

    >>aiight, so how do we rank RD, RTD, 36, Chronic, and Illmatic? All are proof that the early 90s were the undisputed golden age of hip hop…

    ^that’s tough. It’ll take me too long to figure out the order that’s why i never do lists…lol.

  277. cOLD Says:

    5- Illmatic (cuz I haven’t heard it)

    ^you are kidding right?

    if not, leave work half day and copp that joint, … then you’ll realize why Joe buddens isnt as great as you think

  278. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    1. RD
    1. R2D
    1. 36 chambers
    1.Chronic
    2. Illmatic

  279. Joe 88 Says:

    1. Reasonable doubt
    2. Makaveli
    3. the chronic
    4. ready 2 die
    5. Dylan demo tape (dude was waaaaaay before his time)

  280. Busta Nut Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:25 am
    aiight, so how do we rank RD, RTD, 36, Chronic, and Illmatic? All are proof that the early 90s were the undisputed golden age of hip hop…

    ^^^^^
    1/. 36 Chambers
    2/. Illmatic
    3/. RD

    ***Forgot enter da Stage…. Cosign Blackmoon are fire!!

  281. green eyes Says:

    The-XFacta Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:25 am
    Blue Print>RD

    ^ nah. RD is classic- 10 + years later you can still listen to that album and pick up things you missed the first 159,886 times you listened before. Blue Print was solid but.. to me at least, it was more like the last really classic Jay Z album before he became some superstar who stopped trying.

  282. Woofers thump, tweeters hiss like air pumps, Plug shaved the track, bloggers caught razor bumps Says:

    if not, leave work half day and copp that joint, … then you’ll realize why Joe buddens isnt as great as you think
    —-
    ….Deja vu…. (no strip clubs)

  283. Rey Says:

    @ X-Facta– Heh.. I’ll be 27 in August..

    B’yeah, see above for why I missed out on it.

    I’m gonna borrow it tonite and report back to you guys tomorrow.

  284. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    5. Dylan demo tape (dude was waaaaaay before his time)

    **Dylan from Making the Band?

  285. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    @ Rey…even if you haven’t heard Illmatic, you’ve heard NY State of Mind, It Ain’t Hard to Tell, One Love….etc…

  286. G7 Says:

    >>^you are kidding right?

    if not, leave work half day and copp that joint, … then you’ll realize why Joe buddens isnt as great as you think

    ^lol

  287. Joe 88 Says:

    >I would argue that RD was actually deeper than illmatic. I agree with icon that nas’s poetry was off the charts but when you listen to RD you hear a real hustler questioning himself and his world. Plus he used seventies soul samples that was never considered hiphop before. That was a breakthrough lyrically, sonically, philosophically

    ^Couldn’t of been said better.

    >1. Reasonable doubt
    2. Makaveli
    3. the chronic
    4. Doggystyle A.K.A the chronic chronicles
    5. Dylan demo tape (dude was waaaaaay before his time)

  288. The-XFacta Says:

    Top 5 Album’s ALL TIME:

    1. Ready 2 Die
    2. Midnight Mauraders
    3. The Blue Print
    4. Low End Theory
    5. Paid in Full

  289. green eyes Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:31 am
    5. Dylan demo tape (dude was waaaaaay before his time)

    **Dylan from Making the Band?

    ^ he spit hot fi-yah

  290. Rey Says:

    Ouch @ Greenie’s Jay-Slay

    cOLD Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:30 am
    5- Illmatic (cuz I haven’t heard it)

    ^you are kidding right?

    if not, leave work half day and copp that joint, … then you’ll realize why Joe buddens isnt as great as you think

    ***

    ~sigh~ No, I’ve never heard Illmatic. I heard the 3 singles– Ain’t Hard to Tell, One Love, and The World Is Yours– but the only one I liked was Ain’t Hard to Tell..

    BUT!

    I haven’t heard anything off that album except AHTT since 1994

  291. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    @ JOe….I think Makavelli was the best of Pac’s work, too…I would give it to “Me Against the World”, just off the strength of “SO Many Tears”, but dude fucked up that momentum, talking about “Life is a Big Mac, brothers look @ me and say you did that?” LOL

  292. Rey Says:

    green eyes Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:34 am
    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:31 am
    5. Dylan demo tape (dude was waaaaaay before his time)

    **Dylan from Making the Band?

    ^ he spit hot fi-yah

    ***

    LOL

  293. G7 Says:

    wow, almost 27 and never heard illmatic. you slept hard Rey…no Cialis

  294. Joe 88 Says:

    **Dylan from Making the Band?

    ^It was a joke,

    *hears crickets*

    *Taps mic*

    is this thing on?

    *Icon & others throw beer cans, banana peels & other things @ J88*

    Damn I didn’t even know they sold bananas in here

    *Runs off stage*

  295. green eyes Says:

    like g7, i hate lists, but if i had to rank:

    1. RD
    2. Chronic
    3. 36 Chambers
    4. Illmatic
    5. Ready 2 Die

  296. The-XFacta Says:

    @

    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:35 am
    wow, almost 27 and never heard illmatic. you slept hard Rey…no Cialis

    —————————-

    I think he was more into Lisa Lisa and the Cult Jam… No Salsa

  297. cMac Says:

    the 5 greatest rappers in the world

    1. Dylan
    2. Dylan
    3. Dylan
    4. Dylan
    5. Dylan

    (c) Dave Chappelle MTB

  298. Busta Nut Says:

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:34 am
    Ouch @ Greenie’s Jay-Slay

    cOLD Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:30 am
    5- Illmatic (cuz I haven’t heard it)

    ^you are kidding right?

    if not, leave work half day and copp that joint, … then you’ll realize why Joe buddens isnt as great as you think

    ***

    ~sigh~ No, I’ve never heard Illmatic. I heard the 3 singles– Ain’t Hard to Tell, One Love, and The World Is Yours– but the only one I liked was Ain’t Hard to Tell..

    BUT!

    I haven’t heard anything off that album except AHTT since 1994

    ^^^^

    Rey i envy you in a way, you get to go home and listen to illmatic for the first time!! Wish i could go back and do that again!!

  299. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    The-XFacta Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:34 am
    Top 5 Album’s ALL TIME:

    1. Ready 2 Die
    2. Midnight Mauraders
    3. The Blue Print
    4. Low End Theory
    5. Paid in Full

    **It’s all subjective, but

    ***1) Low End Theory
    2) Illmatic
    3) the Great Adventures of Slick Rick
    3.5) Paid in Full
    4) Long Live the Kane
    4.5) Aquemini
    5) 3 Feet High and Rising

  300. Rey Says:

    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:35 am
    wow, almost 27 and never heard illmatic. you slept hard Rey…no Cialis

    ^^^

    I know, I know. In my defense, I was a Singles Buyer (no match dot com) back then, and my boy was like “Na, there’s only like 8 tracks on there, just buy the album”, and back then–being po’–a $3 single or $5 maxi-single was way easier to cop than a $10 or $11 album, so I just never got around to it.

  301. green eyes Says:

    “Life is a Big Mac, brothers look @ me and say you did that?” LOL

    ^ aww come on– he was ahead of his time trying to get some sponsorship name dropping money. lol

  302. cOLD Says:

    456, and icon summed up those albums well, both great albums with different perspectives. Nas’s being (living in the now) and Jay (hustlers ambition). But as far as RD being deeper I dont agree, it was somewhat superficial because of the over-hyped gangsta persona, rather than how the average dude looked at his surroundings.

  303. cMac Says:

    the 5 greatest rappers in the world

    1. Dylan
    2. Dylan
    3. Dylan
    4. Dylan
    5. Dylan

    (c) Dave Chappelle MTB

  304. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Dammit…we deserve a server shutdown, for nobody mentioning OB4CL, yet, myself included…

  305. Joe 88 Says:

    the 5 greatest rappers in the world

    1. Dylan
    2. Dylan
    3. Dylan
    4. Dylan
    5. Dylan

    (c) Dave Chappelle MTB

    ^Hell yeah son.

    *Prepares to recite Dylan’s classic lyrics*

    “I rip & I rhyme, I rhyme & I rip”

    *Crowd goes crazy*

    Ashy larry: That nigga be spitting that fire son

  306. The-XFacta Says:

    @

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:38 am
    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:35 am
    wow, almost 27 and never heard illmatic. you slept hard Rey…no Cialis

    ^^^

    I know, I know. In my defense, I was a Singles Buyer (no match dot com) back then, and my boy was like “Na, there’s only like 8 tracks on there, just buy the album”, and back then–being po’–a $3 single or $5 maxi-single was way easier to cop than a $10 or $11 album, so I just never got around to it.
    —————————–
    Damn, nicca don’t you have any friends?? I understand the not having the $$ thing, I’ve been there a lot, but this is unexcusable!

  307. The-XFacta Says:

    What about THE SCORE???

  308. Rey Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:40 am
    Dammit…we deserve a server shutdown, for nobody mentioning OB4CL, yet, myself included…

    ^^^^^

    Um… Yeah, about that…

  309. cOLD Says:

    OB4CL, oh my goodness, the purple tape! ridiculous, abstract, gutter, melodic, needle skipping classic.

  310. 456 Says:

    if you listen to one song off illmatic it should be “memory lane”. in that one song nas earned his title as the prophet.

    judges hangin niggas
    uncorrect bails for direct sales
    my intellect prevails from a hanging cross with nails
    i reinforce the frail with lyrics that’s real
    word to christ
    a disciple of streets
    trifle on beats
    i decipher prophecies through a mic and say peace

  311. Rey Says:

    @ XFacta– I JUST SAID I’M BORROWING IT TONITE!

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:40 am
    the 5 greatest rappers in the world

    1. Dylan
    2. Dylan
    3. Dylan
    4. Dylan
    5. Dylan

    (c) Dave Chappelle MTB

    ^Hell yeah son.

    *Prepares to recite Dylan’s classic lyrics*

    “I rip & I rhyme, I rhyme & I rip”

    *Crowd goes crazy*

    Ashy larry: That nigga be spitting that fire son

    ****

    LOL

  312. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Also noteworthy, but often overlooked- Digable Planets, Diamond D, Show &A (Hold Ya Head and Soul Clap were masterpieces) and Camp Lo…along with a bunch of others…

  313. G7 Says:

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:42 am
    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:40 am
    Dammit…we deserve a server shutdown, for nobody mentioning OB4CL, yet, myself included…

    ^^^^^

    Um… Yeah, about that…

    ^ Oh shit Rey. Don’t tell me you’ve never heard OB4CL. Oh well, I guess we all can’t hear these great albums. You still need to hear it though…lol.

  314. Joe 88 Says:

    >What about THE SCORE???

    ^That’s also a classic….. that I don’t own anymore. It’s too many classics to make a list.

    It was written > Illfaggot

  315. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    The-XFacta Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:42 am
    What about THE SCORE???

    ***Decent, but overrated…Lauryn was cute, though….

  316. 456 Says:

    OB4CL, oh my goodness, the purple tape! ridiculous, abstract, gutter, melodic, needle skipping classic.

    ^cosign. truly cinematic and rza’s greatest and most complex work

    ob4cl > 36 chambers

  317. Rey Says:

    @ Siete– I’ve never heard OB4CL. Sorry guys.

    Why do I get the feeling that NR is “The Sandlot”, and I’m “Smalls”?

  318. G7 Says:

    I still got the purple tape in an old nikey shoe box. Best cassette ever!!

  319. The-XFacta Says:

    OB4CL>36 Chambers

  320. Busta Nut Says:

    What about O.C, Word… Life??? Came out the same time as illmatic and is a classic album!!!!!!!!!!

  321. Joe 88 Says:

    @Rey

    You never heard OB4CL????? Please say it aint so?

  322. Rey Says:

    The Score had some classic, classic, classic singles on it.. Fu Gee La, Ready or Not, Killin’ Me Softly, No Woman No Cry…

    Wasn’t there another actual rap one? I feel like there was.. FuGeeLa, Ready or Not…. dangit.. I could be mistaken.

  323. 456 Says:

    ***Decent, but overrated…Lauryn was cute, though….

    ^lets be honest. the fugees were two seconds away from being garbage. lauryn saved them lyrically and pras and wyclef had identity crises. wyclef is a extremely talented clown.

  324. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:45 am
    @ Siete– I’ve never heard OB4CL. Sorry guys.

    ***Rips Reys “hip hop soldier” stripes off of his arm in disgust

  325. Rey Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:46 am
    @Rey

    You never heard OB4CL????? Please say it aint so

    ^^^

    *hangs head in shame*

    Nope.

    *decides to ether credibility altogether*

    I own Nelly’s entire catalogue, except for the St Lunatics album.

  326. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    1. Doggystyle
    2. 36 Chambers
    3. Death Certificate
    4. OB4CL
    5. All Eyes On Me
    6. Ready To Die
    7. It Was Written
    8. E 99
    9. Reasonable Doubt
    10. Straight Outta Compton

    what it do Nah? …. these lists are impossible to make too many good albums

  327. cOLD Says:

    judges hangin niggas
    uncorrect bails for direct sales
    my intellect prevails from a hanging cross with nails
    i reinforce the frail with lyrics that’s real
    word to christ
    a disciple of streets
    trifle on beats
    i decipher prophecies through a mic and say peace

    ^that shit deserves to be put on a T-shirt.

  328. Rey Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:47 am
    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:45 am
    @ Siete– I’ve never heard OB4CL. Sorry guys.

    ***Rips Reys “hip hop soldier” stripes off of his arm in disgust

    ^^^

    *sigh*

    Sorry Ike.

  329. Phuque Says:

    Mornin’ nigras….smh @ my apartment complex giving away free Krispy Kreme donuts and Starbucks Frappachinos THE DAY AFTER I start my “eat right and don’t drink any coffee” kick….

  330. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Rey Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:47 am
    The Score had some classic, classic, classic singles on it.. Fu Gee La, Ready or Not, Killin’ Me Softly, No Woman No Cry…

    Wasn’t there another actual rap one? I feel like there was.. FuGeeLa, Ready or Not…. dangit.. I could be mistaken.

    ***Fugee La= Gobbage, except for the part of the video where Lauryns skirt goes up

    ***Killin’ me softly= remake

    ***No Woman No Cry= Bad Remake

    Lauryn and Wyclefs’ first solo albums were both> the Score

  331. green eyes Says:

    The Score had some classic, classic, classic singles on it.. Fu Gee La, Ready or Not, Killin’ Me Softly, No Woman No Cry…

    ^ Killin me Softly and No woman No Cry were remakes though

  332. 456 Says:

    @ Siete– I’ve never heard OB4CL. Sorry guys.

    ^you go spend some quality time over at stretch armstrong’s site. real talk. all your puffy and shiny suit love would evaporate if you knew what you missed

  333. G7 Says:

    Busta Nut Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:46 am
    What about O.C, Word… Life??? Came out the same time as illmatic and is a classic album!!!!!!!!!!

    ^good call Busta. Nobody on here ever talks about O.C. His Jewelz album is off the cliff too!! Both ill albums!

  334. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    *decides to ether credibility altogether*

    I own Nelly’s entire catalogue, except for the St Lunatics album.

    ***LOL….that one song with the “shimmy shimmy cocoa puffs” hook was fire, though….

  335. The-XFacta Says:

    @

    Rey Says:

    ——————————–

    Yo Rey I think you should log onto a Jazz blog site

  336. Rey Says:

    lol @ 456..

    *awaits Kufismack from Phuque*

    @ Ike’n’Greeny– I know those were remakes.

  337. green eyes Says:

    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:48 am
    1. Doggystyle
    2. 36 Chambers
    3. Death Certificate
    4. OB4CL
    5. All Eyes On Me
    6. Ready To Die
    7. It Was Written
    8. E 99
    9. Reasonable Doubt
    10. Straight Outta Compton

    what it do Nah? …. these lists are impossible to make too many good albums

    ^ good list

  338. Joe 88 Says:

    ^>lets be honest. the fugees were two seconds away from being garbage. lauryn saved them lyrically and pras and wyclef had identity crises. wyclef is a extremely talented clown.

    ^The score is a classic, yeah pras was the weakest link, & wyclef was a hop skip & a jump from being a studio thug, but together they made magic

    “Jail bars & golden gates for those who fake
    they break when they meet there 400 pound mate” (c) Wyclef

    ^Come on, they were great when together, terrible when apart from lauryn. lol

  339. Dem Says:

    a conscience nigga with mac like Steve Jobs.

  340. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Lauryn and Wyclefs’ first solo albums were both> the Score
    ^^^^
    I didn’t like Clefs’ solo but Lauryn’s solo was also classic. I was listening to The Score yesterday too, the production was amazing but aside from Lauryn the lyrics were garbage.

  341. Rey Says:

    lol @ XFacta– Looky here.. You’re the new rookie around these parts.. I don’t have much seniority around here, but dangit, I definitely have it over you. Go get me some skittles, beeyotch.

    ***

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:51 am
    *decides to ether credibility altogether*

    I own Nelly’s entire catalogue, except for the St Lunatics album.

    ***LOL….that one song with the “shimmy shimmy cocoa puffs” hook was fire, though….

    ^^^^^

    LOL… Yeah.. but I’m serious tho’, I do.

  342. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    @ Rey- When I was on vacation, I was listening to a bunch of different radio stations, since my presets were useless….I didn’t know that one Gym Class Heroes joint was a remake?

  343. G7 Says:

    Fugees were good. Pras was just lucky he’s Clef’s cousin. He’s one of the absolute worst rappers ever!!! Real spit.

  344. Rey Says:

    I’m like the Rap Version of the 40 Year Old Version, and Ike, J88, and XFacta are Jay, Cal, & Dave.

  345. green eyes Says:

    ^The score is a classic, yeah pras was the weakest link, & wyclef was a hop skip & a jump from being a studio thug, but together they made magic

    ^ weakest link? shiiit, pras could have not gone upsairs and disapperaed like the younger sister on family matters, and we wouldnt have noticed him missing either

  346. Joe 88 Says:

    >I own Nelly’s entire catalogue, except for the St Lunatics album.

    ^*puts on newcomer mask*

    Nelly first album wasen’t that bad

    *NR regs realize it’s me*

    *Start throwing banana peels @ me again*

    Damn do ya’ll walk around with bananas?

    *Runs………..again*

  347. G7 Says:

    >>what it do Nah? …. these lists are impossible to make too many good albums

    ^Whudup Norie? Solid list there. I like how you included a few West Coast joints.

  348. Phuque Says:

    *awaits Kufismack from Phuque*

    ^^Nope….not today….I’ve been reading these things called “books”….they help me with my anger issues.

  349. Rey Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:53 am
    @ Rey- When I was on vacation, I was listening to a bunch of different radio stations, since my presets were useless….I didn’t know that one Gym Class Heroes joint was a remake?

    ^^^

    The “take a look at my girlfriend” one? Yeah, the Fall Out Boy dude is singing the chorus to an old SuperTramp song. Not a remake per se, but the hook sorta is.

  350. green eyes Says:

    Phuque Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:55 am
    *awaits Kufismack from Phuque*

    ^^Nope….not today….I’ve been reading these things called “books”….they help me with my anger issues.

    ^lol.

  351. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    I didn’t like Clefs’ solo but Lauryn’s solo was also classic. I was listening to The Score yesterday too, the production was amazing but aside from Lauryn the lyrics were garbage.

    ***that Guantanamera (sp?) joint and Gone Till November were hot for absolutely no reason, at all….I even tolerated that “Saturday Night Joint”…to me, the Fugees were like an poppier, immigrant version of Digable Planets, for some reason

  352. green eyes Says:

    tinyurl.com/2upzxv

  353. Busta Nut Says:

    Runaway Slave by Showbiz & Ag,
    This came out later in the 90’s, this album is amazing but never seems to get enough love!! It also has Big L on it!!!

  354. Joe 88 Says:

    >I didn’t know that one Gym Class Heroes joint was a remake?

    ^You talking bout “Girlfriend”? If so take this late pass when you exit the building, lol.

  355. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^ weakest link? shiiit, pras could have not gone upsairs and disapperaed like the younger sister on family matters, and we wouldnt have noticed him missing either

    ***LOL…yeah, but Pras discovered Lauryn, so he gets a pass to stink up the mic (no KC and JoJo)

  356. Rey Says:

    LMAO @ J88– In my defense: Nelly’s first album came as one of those columbia house things along with The Lost Tapes, Chronic 2001, Word of Mouf, The Blueprint, and The Eminem Show.. I bought his 2nd one cuz I went thru a “Dilemma”-esque situation with a girl, but I ended up enjoying it enough to cop the Reinvention, and SweatSuit had some good songs on it.

    Dammit.

    ~~~

    @ Phuque– Yuh-huh. I give you another ten minutes before you smack somebody kufi.

  357. green eyes Says:

    *finishes thought * these folks are trying to raise an illiterate rapper

  358. D. Billz Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:58 am
    >I didn’t know that one Gym Class Heroes joint was a remake?

    ^You talking bout “Girlfriend”? If so take this late pass when you exit the building, lol.

    ^I didn’t know either…

    *takes late pass*

    *makes paper football*

  359. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:58 am
    >I didn’t know that one Gym Class Heroes joint was a remake?

    ^You talking bout “Girlfriend”? If so take this late pass when you exit the building, lol.

    ***Drunken slur: Aiight, I’m going, I’m going…y’all niggas ain’t shit…lol

  360. cOLD Says:

    The highlights of living, Vegas style roll vice in linen
    Antera’s spinning on milleniums
    20 G bets I’m winning them
    Threats I’m sending them, lex with t.v. set the minimum
    I’ll sex adrenaline

    ^little known fact: those was shots at Camel man.

  361. D. Billz Says:

    Lauryn and Wyclef murdered it on “Year of the Dragon”.

  362. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    @ Busta- see my comment @ 10:43…

  363. Joe 88 Says:

    >tinyurl.com/2upzxv

    ^SMH, wanna know something worst greenie? I have a friend that wanted to name his baby “Gangsta” i’m dead serious

  364. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    cOLD Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:00 am
    The highlights of living, Vegas style roll vice in linen
    Antera’s spinning on milleniums
    20 G bets I’m winning them
    Threats I’m sending them, lex with t.v. set the minimum
    I’ll sex adrenaline

    ^little known fact: those was shots at Camel man.

    ***You ain’t know about my Biggie wars? Who you thought “Kick in the Door” was for? (c) Nas

  365. Rey Says:

    cOLD Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:00 am
    The highlights of living, Vegas style roll vice in linen
    Antera’s spinning on milleniums
    20 G bets I’m winning them
    Threats I’m sending them, lex with t.v. set the minimum
    I’ll sex adrenaline

    ^little known fact: those was shots at Camel man.

    ****

    What’s that from?

  366. G7 Says:

    green eyes Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:58 am
    tinyurl.com/2upzxv

    ^lol, wtp? They can’t be 4 real. smh.

  367. Dem Says:

    from greenie’s link:

    If no compromise has been reached by July 9, the baby will be registered as “real,” officials say.

    ^^ $10 says he’ll grow up to be gay or fake.

  368. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Nelly first album wasen’t that bad
    ^^^^
    co-sign, the production was really unique and hasn’t been duplicated since, the hooks were catchy, and his flow was decent.

    ^Whudup Norie? Solid list there. I like how you included a few West Coast joints.

    ^^^^^
    Yeah, the Snoop album is timeless they still play Doggystyle at parties, and the Cube and NWA albums were traditional gangsta rap with a message.

  369. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Stomps mudholes (n/h) on Joes living room set on the way out….”Fuck Yo’ Couch, NIgga!!!”

  370. green eyes Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:01 am
    >tinyurl.com/2upzxv

    ^SMH, wanna know something worst greenie? I have a friend that wanted to name his baby “Gangsta” i’m dead serious

    ^ maaaaaan! ppl are purposely raising children to be ign’ant.
    what’d chris rock say about giving your child a stripper name?

  371. Phuque Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    June 21st, 2007 at 10:59 am

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 10:58 am
    >I didn’t know that one Gym Class Heroes joint was a remake?

    ^You talking bout “Girlfriend”? If so take this late pass when you exit the building, lol.

    ^I didn’t know either…

    *takes late pass*

    *makes paper football*

    ^^^

    Who the fuck was supposed to know that? This ain’t Jeopardy….

  372. Joe 88 Says:

    ^>little known fact: those was shots at Camel man.

    ^Yeah cause only jealous chip tooth niggas send subliminals.

  373. 456 Says:

    Reasonable Doubt
    The War Report
    illmatic
    Only Built 4 Cuban Linx
    The Shining
    Low End Theory
    Ready to Die
    All Eyes On Me
    Aquemini
    36 Chambers
    Doggystyle

  374. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    OOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHH…yo, we forgot “The Infamous”, too….**drops head in shame, n/h

  375. Joe 88 Says:

    ^little known fact: those was shots at Camel man.

    ****

    What’s that from?

    ^Stop it rey, you’re joking right? That’s the message, the first song off IWW

  376. D. Billz Says:

    http://www.vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=2027788166

    ^Patrice = future Chris Rock

  377. The-XFacta Says:

    Yo did any of ya download and listen to that Young Scarface yesterday????

  378. Busta Nut Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:00 am
    @ Busta- see my comment @ 10:43…

    ^^^^^

    Sorry missed that comment lol. Cosign Dimond D, stunts blunts album is fire!!!

    Notice how you never hear much talk of th DITC these days, those cats rocked the mic!!

  379. D. Billz Says:

    >>lex with t.v. set the minimum

    ^How is that a shot fired? He’s simply sayin’ that when it comes to luxury havin’ a GS Lex with a headset is the least a “hustler” should have, i.e. the Maybach of that time period.

  380. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    The-XFacta Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:07 am
    Yo did any of ya download and listen to that Young Scarface yesterday????

    ***I refuse to listen to any new niggas niggas with age and size related names…young, lil, big, wackadocious, etc…

  381. D. Billz Says:

    Damnit. Link doesn’t work. Sorry guys.

  382. pmass Says:

    Old Scabbed Knees > Young Scarface

    What’s up Nah?

  383. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Notice how you never hear much talk of th DITC these days, those cats rocked the mic!!

    ***A.G. put something out, earlier this year or late last year….I thought about copping, but didn’t because I had a feeling his voice would get annoying w/o Show to counterbalance…

  384. Joe 88 Says:

    >Who the fuck was supposed to know that? This ain’t Jeopardy….

    ^Hey man, fugg you, Phuque, lol. I’m still bootleg’n the album if I don’t get prodution credit, a cameo in the video, or a groupie by friday, nugga!

    >Stomps mudholes (n/h) on Joes living room set on the way out….”Fuck Yo’ Couch, NIgga!!!”

    ^”THEY SOULD’VE NEVER GAVE YOU NIGGAS MONEY!!!”

  385. 456 Says:

    Yo did any of ya download and listen to that Young Scarface yesterday????

    ^naming yourself “young scarface” in 2007 is indicative derivative drivel lacking any imagination

  386. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    These lists are impossible though, I wanted to also include: Capital Punishment, War Report, The Diary, ATLiens, Eazy Duz It, Psycho Realm, etc. etc.

  387. 456 Says:

    *indicative of

  388. The-XFacta Says:

    I take it that no one supported Young Scarface.. Damn an entirly free cd and the nicca still can’t get people to listen… Well if ya change your minds it’s on my page… For FREE…LOL

  389. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    @ Billz- Patrice O’Neal? Dude is hilarious…did you check out the Mooney routine I posted up earlier?

    youtube.com/watch?v=sD2rj_w8L10

  390. The-XFacta Says:

    Ok I have that Ja Rule Ft Slick Rick for those who may not have heard it yet (c) REY… And…. I have that Chamillionire featuring Slick Rick… Just click on my name… Aight

    http://www.thexfacta.wordpress.com

  391. D. Billz Says:

    @ iCon

    Bout to check it out now…

  392. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    that Chamillionaire vs. SR is ridic…I heard it on XXL yesterday…I might have to support ol’ boy, next go around….

  393. cMac Says:

    >Who the fuck was supposed to know that? This ain’t Jeopardy….

    ^Hey man, fugg you, Phuque, lol. I’m still bootleg’n the album if I don’t get prodution credit, a cameo in the video, or a groupie by friday, nugga!

    >Stomps mudholes (n/h) on Joes living room set on the way out….”Fuck Yo’ Couch, NIgga!!!”

    ^”THEY SOULD’VE NEVER GAVE YOU NIGGAS MONEY!!!”
    ^^^^^^^^^^

    *Cue bodyguards to beat his legs*

  394. G7 Says:

    >>Yeah cause only jealous chip tooth niggas send subliminals.

    ^ having a chipped tooth > looking like a camel

  395. green eyes Says:

    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:13 am
    >>Yeah cause only jealous chip tooth niggas send subliminals.

    ^ having a chipped tooth > looking like a camel

    ^ i mean, dentists can do wonders these days

  396. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:13 am
    >>Yeah cause only jealous chip tooth niggas send subliminals.

    ^ having a chipped tooth > looking like a camel

    ***Not discussing other niggas’ looks= priceless

  397. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^ i mean, dentists can do wonders these days

    ***you know the kid got his chipped tooth fixed…hair parted with a barber’s preciseness, bravehearts for life it’s….

  398. Joe 88 Says:

    HNIC, Murda muzik, 4 all seasons, VVV, Trap muzik, Ghetto D, Stillmatic (Braveheat party is one of the worst songs ever, but the rest of the album out weights that pathetic mess of a song. P.S Jungle sucks, both of them) just to name a few more classics

  399. Rey Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:05 am
    ^little known fact: those was shots at Camel man.

    ****

    What’s that from?

    ^Stop it rey, you’re joking right? That’s the message, the first song off IWW

    ******

    Right.. thing about that is….

  400. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Braveheat party is one of the worst songs ever, but the rest of the album out weights that pathetic mess of a song

    ***I think that the new in store versions have that song deleted, if I’m not mistaken….

  401. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    that Chamillionaire vs. SR is ridic…I heard it on XXL yesterday…I might have to support ol’ boy, next go around….
    ^^^^
    Slick Rick is still dope, and I’ve been telling people not to sleep(no futons) on King Koopa. Chamillionaire is one of the best southern lyricists ever.

  402. G7 Says:

    456 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:09 am
    Yo did any of ya download and listen to that Young Scarface yesterday????

    ^naming yourself “young scarface” in 2007 is indicative derivative drivel lacking any imagination

    ===
    Seriously. Remeber Guru a couple years back beefing with Young Guru? He was talking about how disrespectful it was…”What if someone came out with the name Young Krs or Young Rakim.” He was dead. Total lack of imagination and respect for the legends before them.

  403. Phuque Says:

    >>Hey man, fugg you, Phuque, lol. I’m still bootleg’n the album if I don’t get prodution credit, a cameo in the video, or a groupie by friday, nugga!

    ^^*daps Joe88*

    I gotcha (c) Carrera Lu

  404. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    edutainment, fear of a black planet, the first Paris album, We Can’t Be Stopped, Trendz of Culture……

  405. Joe 88 Says:

    ^>having a chipped tooth > looking like a camel

    ^Can’t argue with that, i’m happy I don’t look like either one of those fools

    Looking like a camel, but having camel face bank account > getting my chip tooth fixed, then work for a man that resembles a camel

  406. D. Billz Says:

    Paul Mooney = the Messiah

  407. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Seriously. Remeber Guru a couple years back beefing with Young Guru? He was talking about how disrespectful it was…”What if someone came out with the name Young Krs or Young Rakim.” He was dead. Total lack of imagination and respect for the legends before them.

    ***LOL..shit, remember, there was a group called “Young Gunz”, like back in 92, that were affiliated with Guru? Chris and Neef jacked that shit (n/h)…oh, other classics, Sun Rises in the East, Livin; Proof, every Gangstarr Album, Sex Packets….

  408. G7 Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:14 am
    G7 Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:13 am
    >>Yeah cause only jealous chip tooth niggas send subliminals.

    ^ having a chipped tooth > looking like a camel

    ***Not discussing other niggas’ looks= priceless

    ^I’m saying though, i’d rather have a chipped tooth then look like a camel personally.

  409. landLORD Says:

    *more certified classics*

    … Slum Village – Fantastic Vol 2 …

    … MFDOOM & Madlib – Madvillainy …

    … Pharoah Monch – Internal Affairs …

    … Juelz Santana – From Me To You …

  410. cMac Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:20 am
    Seriously. Remeber Guru a couple years back beefing with Young Guru? He was talking about how disrespectful it was…”What if someone came out with the name Young Krs or Young Rakim.” He was dead. Total lack of imagination and respect for the legends before them.

    ***LOL..shit, remember, there was a group called “Young Gunz”, like back in 92, that were affiliated with Guru? Chris and Neef jacked that shit (n/h)…oh, other classics, Sun Rises in the East, Livin; Proof, every Gangstarr Album, Sex Packets….
    ^^^^^^^^^^

    Remember there was a group called young gunz, back in 05 LMAO!!!
    Haven’t heard NOTHING from them in the longest

  411. landLORD Says:

    Icon said

    every Gangstarr Album

    ——————–

    … yep …

    … Moment of Truth > Daily Operation > Hard To Earn > No More Mr. Nice Guy …

  412. landLORD Says:

    *and More*

    … Dipset: Diplomatic Immunity Vol 1 …

    … Cam’ron: Come Home With Me …

    … Rah Digga: Dirty Harriet …

    … Lil Kim: Hardcore …

  413. Busta Nut Says:

    Another day another $!! Works finished and it’s Friday tommorrow!!!
    Catch you boys tomoz!!

  414. cOLD Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    June 21st, 2007 at 11:08 am
    >>lex with t.v. set the minimum

    ^How is that a shot fired? He’s simply sayin’ that when it comes to luxury havin’ a GS Lex with a headset is the least a “hustler” should have, i.e. the Maybach of that time period.

    ^you missed it

  415. Still Smoove Says:

    sean price is nice…that king kong song is tight, and them videos are gutter.

  416. louiefuse Says:

    *floor

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