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Freeway ft. Lil Wayne – Step Back

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Freeway ft. Lil Wayne – Step Back Produced by Don Cannon [Clean/No DJ]


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261 Responses to “Freeway ft. Lil Wayne – Step Back”

  1. Babydoll Says:

    2nd to none!!!!

  2. It'smesnitches Says:

    Not U

  3. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    3rd? (actually 2nd) maybe?!

  4. Driver Says:

    hiphopgame got this one and another one with rick ross you should post it i need that mp3!!!

  5. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    okay I was 3rd…and shit baby d, whut up chica and also your are number 1…

  6. Babydoll Says:

    Hey MTF…what’s good!

  7. sauceBoss Says:

    figgity fif!

  8. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    kick rocks CockSucka!

  9. lace da booms Says:

    wow another Wayne feature – the A&R really went cutting edge on this one. good to see Hip Hop major players remain as creatively dead and predictable as ever.

  10. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    and just as quickly as I came (nh! aight) I’m gone…peace and one love to the NR mofos.

  11. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    real quick– nutin much babyd busy as hell 2day at the JOB…but I’ll holla at ya’ll tommorow…hopefully it wont be a clusterfuck…

  12. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    real quick– nutin much babyd busy as hell 2day at the JOB…but I’ll holla at ya’ll tommorow…hopefully it wont be a clusterfuck…

  13. Babydoll Says:

    Peace MTF

  14. Hate is a sickness Get Well Soon Says:

    this shit is pretty hard, why do all the don cannon joints sound exactly alike?

  15. OnPoint Says:

    Aww damn…..how long before the lil Wayne debate starts again?

    Canon be killing these beats, even though this sounds like typical Canon, its still nice

  16. Big Homie Says:

    Free needs to cut that damn beard

  17. OnPoint Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 5:21 pm
    Free needs to cut that damn beard

    ^^^AYOOO!!

    but now that you say it, that ish is out of control

  18. OnPoint Says:

    To Whom It May Concern:

    “next time you hear grown folk talking shut the f*$# up”

  19. pova Says:

    this shit tight.

  20. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    OnPoint Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 5:24 pm
    To Whom It May Concern:

    “next time you hear grown folk talking shut the f*$# up”

    ^^^
    yUP!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtEQKyHa7MU

  21. catch22 Says:

    been a long day. i aint even had a chance to see whats good with my nahggers (c)rey.

  22. Balls Deep Says:

    I am pushing my album back to the 11th.

  23. It'smesnitches Says:

    Balls Deep Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 5:31 pm
    I am pushing my album back to the 11th.

    ^
    And u are?

  24. cOLD Says:

    when_____________murdered you on ya own shit

  25. cOLD Says:

    lol Balls Deep

  26. Absent Says:

    This shit bump’s like it’s Cannon part 2

  27. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    Wayne is wack

  28. cOLD Says:

    since shit is so slow

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE-5Q_xyiwo&mode=related&search=

  29. 911 Says:

    Freeway just dropped down Billz fav artist list…Ty’s too…

    Cold, 88, Mtf, MS BABYDOLL..lol, FU, 22, Snitches, Onpoint and couple of unrecognizable monikers…

    *songs finishes dl’n goes to listen*
    1.

  30. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    Some have not been as supportive. Al Sharpton voiced his concerns and complaints.
    “We’re in an age where they are hanging nooses. They’re locking our kids up in Jena and Florida. We do not need to be degrading ourselves. We get degraded enough. I think we need artists to lift us up, not lock us down.”
    50 Cent concurs.
    Nas sucks,” he said. “It’s nonsense, man. That’s a stupid name. It doesn’t make sense. Why would you title it that?”

    ^^^^^^50 Mad?lol *daps cold,911*

  31. Moe Greene Says:

    Freeway ft. Rick Ross – Criminal Opera http://www.zshare.net/audio/4382422a0a88b9/

  32. nation Says:

    SEAAAAN PEEE

  33. G7 Says:

    two of the worst voices in hip hop. they did alright though.

  34. tyrone biggums Says:

    wow even freeway did a song with lil wayne….i guess it’s offical lil wayne must be the best rapper alive…..

    * broken sarcasim button again *

  35. D. Billz Says:

    tyrone biggums Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 6:59 pm
    wow even freeway did a song with lil wayne….i guess it’s offical lil wayne must be the best rapper alive…..

    * broken sarcasim button again *

    ^I know right? Damn… cosigned by Hov, Free, LB, Jesus… I mean, shit… he GOTTA be nice if that many ninjas fuck wit’ him. What was I thinkin’? Let me hop on the bandwagon…

    *thinks about pressin’ the button too*

    *rips the keyboard out instead*

  36. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    this song was aight

    Free and Wayne both gotta release their solo lp’s a.s.a.p

  37. tyrone biggums Says:

    ^I know right? Damn… cosigned by Hov, Free, LB, Jesus… I mean, shit… he GOTTA be nice if that many ninjas fuck wit’ him. What was I thinkin’? Let me hop on the bandwagon…

    *thinks about pressin’ the button too*

    *rips the keyboard out instead*

    * lmao daps billz *

  38. landLORD Says:

    … smh … Freeway must be broke …

  39. D. Billz Says:

    Ty aka Terets… What it is?

    LandLORD aka John StAHKton (assistin’ the community)… What up chief?

  40. Kwame Says:

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/43831312e676c2/

  41. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    Wayne has to be the most overrated Rapper in the last 5 or so years. I don’t get the hype around him. I think people are saying he is one of the best because he jumps on everybody’s track.

  42. tyrone biggums Says:

    @ billz – ain’t shit homie just bullshitting killing time waiting for my people to get here so i can go to the city

  43. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Freeway = coolest beard in hip hop(no homo)

  44. landLORD Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 7:24 pm
    Ty aka Terets… What it is?

    LandLORD aka John StAHKton (assistin’ the community)… What up chief?

    ———————

    … chillin with babyLORD … whaddup with you DBillz …

  45. tyrone biggums Says:

    @ land – co-sign everything you said at my blog about Torre and Girardi

    and if donnie baseball gets the job i might become a mets fan ( ok maybe not but i’m a be heated )

  46. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Wayne has to be the most overrated Rapper in the last 5 or so years. I don’t get the hype around him. I think people are saying he is one of the best because he jumps on everybody’s track.
    ^^^^
    I used to think Wayne was overrated because of his delusional stans but there are so many people that hate on Wayne and act like he’s completly garbage; I think it balances out

  47. Kwame Says:

    listen to that tre
    huever runs dat blog waits till like u put sum out b4 he/she does…..i noticed it aint even funny
    this that african kid joint- no bullshit trust me->>>http://www.zshare.net/audio/43831312e676c2/
    how much u gone charge us for u to put dis kids music up there…..real talk….holla

  48. landLORD Says:

    … right after Carter 2, Wayne was at the peak of his mc game … lately his verse are showing signs of wear and tear … he needs to fall back for a minute and reinvent himself … i knew he couldnt maintain his past excellence because he has no depth of lyricism and/or provocative content to fall back on … he just rhythmically plays with words … which gets old after a while …

  49. D. Billz Says:

    FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 7:27 pm
    Wayne has to be the most overrated Rapper in the last 5 or so years. I don’t get the hype around him. I think people are saying he is one of the best because he jumps on everybody’s track.

    ^What?! Da fidduck you mean? You mean to tell me that you don’t acknowledge that is Little Wayne? The simple, redundant, and out-of-place metaphors don’t impress you? The 2,347 mixtapes? The numerous guest features without one memorable verse? The non-rewind factor? The lack of song writing ability? The blatant d-riding from one guy (Jay) to another (Jim)? You buggin’ fam. How can you NOT like Wayne? Just ask eskay. Anybody who doesn’t like Wayne is obviously rapper racist because not likin’ Lil’ Wayne means that you don’t like the whole South, though you can name 5 others that are better than him from the Dirty. Or even less in-depth, his music is just not your preference. GOD FORBID if you just don’t like his music. Smh

    *gets a call from Webster* (not the child star)

    *accepts request to put his pic next to the word “sarcasm”*

  50. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 7:31 pm
    D. Billz Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 7:24 pm
    Ty aka Terets… What it is?

    LandLORD aka John StAHKton (assistin’ the community)… What up chief?

    ———————

    … chillin with babyLORD … whaddup with you DBillz …

    ^Sittin’ here regretting that I did 5 laps around Lake Montebello (which is about 1 mile and a 1/4 in length) this past Sat. My left leg feels like somebody took a sledge hammer to it from all angles. And now I can barely walk. Smh

  51. asdf Says:

    why would record with lil gay nice way to ruin a good song

  52. Calibud Says:

    *Still waiting* lol

  53. Kwame Says:

    one word
    http://www.zshare.net/audio/43831312e676c2/

  54. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    http://www.vibe.com/news/news_headlines/2007/10/weezy_da_fireman/

  55. matt Says:

    I thought Wayne was nice on “Hollywood Divorce.” And yes, I’m a newbie. Don’t respond. It’s like high school at the cafeteria

  56. pockets Says:

    … right after Carter 2, Wayne was at the peak of his mc game … lately his verse are showing signs of wear and tear …

  57. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Which brings me to my point. If Nas really wants to stir up some shit, he should call his album Most of the Money from this Purchase Will End Up in a Jew’s Pocket or something along those lines(c) Bol

    LMAO
    *dies*

  58. pockets Says:

    … right after Carter 2, Wayne was at the peak of his mc game … lately his verse are showing signs of wear and tear …

    ^cosign. i used to kinda like him, but recently hes been straight garbage. they should call this ninja Lil’ Similie.

  59. pockets Says:

    Which brings me to my point. If Nas really wants to stir up some shit, he should call his album Most of the Money from this Purchase Will End Up in a Jew’s Pocket or something along those lines(c) Bol

    ^ I said if he wants to stir up shit he should call it Trillmatic

  60. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    http://www.xxlmag.com/online/?p=8508
    ^^^^
    in defense of wayne

  61. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    ^ I said if he wants to stir up shit he should call it Trillmatic
    ^^^^
    Pimp C wouldn’t approve of the unauthorized use of the word trill
    and the last rappers that pissed off Pimp C well…..

    RIP BIG AND PAC

  62. pockets Says:

    1. DJ Khaled feat. Akon, T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Baby, and Lil Wayne – “We Takin’ Over” from We The Best (KOCH)
    Sure, it’s only one verse – but what a verse. Cleverly slotted last on the song, it opens with such verve – “I am the beast / Feed me rappers or feed me beats!” – it demands repeat recitations.

    ^SMFH are u kidding me? ppl think that verse was hot?! that shit was straight garbage, everything from the drought 3 was a piece of turd shit. that shit was almost as bad as his r.kelly remix where he spits french. and i kinda consider myself a sort of weezy fan (1/12 songs of his are playable).

  63. Big Homie Says:

    If Nas really wanted to stir some shit up he should name his album

    “Hip Hop is Still Dead”

    “Hip Hop does not live in the South”

    Or if Cam doesnt use it,

    “Courtesy Curtis”

  64. D. Billz Says:

    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:04 pm
    http://www.xxlmag.com/online/?p=8508
    ^^^^
    in defense of wayne

    ^If the best defense you got is a Dr. Suess comparison, guess who’s not winning?

  65. plug Says:

    I’m lookin more foward to freeways album than both carter’s

  66. green eyes Says:

    # Big Homie Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:06 pm

    If Nas really wanted to stir some shit up he should name his album

    “Hip Hop is Still Dead”

    “Hip Hop does not live in the South”

    Or if Cam doesnt use it,

    “Courtesy Curtis”

    ^
    I hate Hip Hop
    fuck hip Hop
    Ether (I Won)

  67. plug Says:

    both “Mr. Carter’s” I should say

  68. G7 Says:

    freeway needs more clippers

  69. pockets Says:

    suggested Nas album titles:

    Trillmatic (all tracks over southern crunk/snap beats)
    Graduation part 2
    Lil’ Nas: King of the South
    Carmen
    Deaf Jam
    Merked (every track ft. az)

  70. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:13 pm
    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:04 pm
    http://www.xxlmag.com/online/?p=8508
    ^^^^
    in defense of wayne

    ^If the best defense you got is a Dr. Suess comparison, guess who’s not winning?
    ^^^^
    Wayne’s a good rapper but if anything the Dr. Seuss comparison was too favorable.

    Dr. Seuss is a literary genius
    *straight face*

  71. D. Billz Says:

    Wayne’s a good rapper

    ^I stopped readin’ after that.

    Peedi Crakk > Lil Wayne

  72. Phuque Says:

    >>Lil’ Nas: King of the South

    ^^

    LMAO

  73. pockets Says:

    dr. seuss is lyrically the best cat alive tho

  74. pockets Says:

    ^i just lmao at my own comment

  75. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Peedi Crakk > Lil Wayne
    ^^^^
    co-sign

    Wayne’s a good rapper

    ^I stopped readin’ after that.
    ____________
    Don’t get it twisted Wayne isn’t a top 10 rapper he rarely has a cohesive verse, he has no story telling ability, and his subject matter is lacking. But with that being said, his voice and delivery are completly unique. His rhytmic use of wordplay and other literary tools( especially assonance and consonance) and his multiple flows are the things that make him good.

  76. pockets Says:

    even as late as this summer there were a couple good weezy tracks from that Carter 3 sessions tape. but since then its been UNLISTENABLE.

  77. D. Billz Says:

    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:33 pm
    Peedi Crakk > Lil Wayne
    ^^^^
    co-sign

    Wayne’s a good rapper

    ^I stopped readin’ after that.
    ____________
    Don’t get it twisted Wayne isn’t a top 10 rapper he rarely has a cohesive verse, he has no story telling ability, and his subject matter is lacking. But with that being said, his voice and delivery are completly unique. His rhytmic use of wordplay and other literary tools( especially assonance and consonance) and his multiple flows are the things that make him good.

    ^You’re tryin’ though Norie, I’ll give you that much. Lol

  78. landLORD Says:

    … cassidy > lil wayne …

  79. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    click on my name(no homo)

    you can’t tell me that article on Dr. Seuss isn’t ill

  80. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    You’re tryin’ though Norie, I’ll give you that much. Lol
    ^^^^
    lol

  81. Mac Brown Says:

    # pockets Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:30 pm

    dr. seuss is lyrically the best cat alive tho

    ^^At first I was like………. fuck wrong with pockets?!

    Then…. I thought about it…………..

    and its true.

  82. green eyes Says:

    His rhytmic use of wordplay and other literary tools( especially assonance and consonance) and his multiple flows are the things that make him good.

    ^ lmao. most earnest comment of the day. E, ima carry your weed when you start your blog

  83. D. Billz Says:

    don’t even wear your new shit, you aint ready to brawl mannn, I’ll bump you, and you aint even do shit – Banks

  84. green eyes Says:

    one rapper
    two rappers
    three rappers
    jail

    i do not want a .45 T.I. I am, only a bazooka, T.I. I am

  85. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    His rhytmic use of wordplay and other literary tools( especially assonance and consonance) and his multiple flows are the things that make him good.

    ^ lmao. most earnest comment of the day. E, ima carry your weed when you start your blog
    ^^^^
    If Eskay or Y.N are reading this holla @ ya boy(no homo). For some money I’ll write up an article declaring which ever ringtone rapper you got on the cover is the next coming of Biggie Smalls

  86. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:36 pm
    … cassidy > lil wayne …

    ^And it’s not even close. Speakin’ of which, Cass’ old Best of Cassidy mixtape is probably top 5 for “Best Of” joints on the streets. If somebody come across that joint, drop a link to it. I’m talkin’, before the “Hotel” days… hell, even before the battle with Free.

  87. blaze22 Says:

    50 Cent concurs.

    “Nas sucks,” he said. “It’s nonsense, man. That’s a stupid name. It doesn’t make sense. Why would you title it that?”

    FUCK 50

    I can’t wait until someone murders him.

  88. SF Says:

    ROC we running this rap shit (c) u alredy know

  89. pockets Says:

    here’s the deal with lil wayne. there were always two sides to that ninja. one is that bullshit side, the i am fly like a bird, high like the sky side. everything from drought 3 was wack as hell. but approximately one out of every fifteen tracks (thats the exact ratio, i measured), theres a good song. so basically he does have a couple good tracks, 92% of his shit being poo-poo (no weezy, that dont mean ur da shit, sit down). which means hes nowhere NEAR close to being the *cough cough* best rapper alive. i bet he himself was shocked so many ppl caught on to his bs statement.

  90. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    for the record I don’t even think Wayne’s top 10 southern rappers right now

    but I respect the lil gremlin’s flows and wordplay

  91. green eyes Says:

    plies > wayne

    admit it billz

  92. SF Says:

    shit the ROC is shutting down 4th quarter…..damn!

    aayoo wer memphis bleek @.?

  93. pockets Says:

    rick ross > lil wayne

    evertime im dumb hungry and i see a plate of food i scream out ROWWWSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!! and i munch down

  94. Mac Brown Says:

    i bet he himself was shocked so many ppl caught on to his bs statement.

    ^^I’m not surprised at all. Think about who the young up and coming hip hop listening audience is. Have you seen these kids? Have you heard them speak to each other? Basically they’re idiots (not all……. but enough that I feel confident in generalizing)

    They aren’t looking for the same things we are in hip hop/rap…..or whatever. Rhymes don’t have to make logical sense. As long as you put two words at the end of each line or every other line that rhyme……thats all they need. A dope beat and a string of in-cohesive words that mean nothing. They don’t have to convey a single idea or story line. AND.. if they did….this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music.

  95. Mac Brown Says:

    # green eyes Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:50 pm

    plies > wayne

    admit it billz

    LMAO……..get on im

  96. D. Billz Says:

    Mac Brown Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:52 pm
    i bet he himself was shocked so many ppl caught on to his bs statement.

    ^^I’m not surprised at all. Think about who the young up and coming hip hop listening audience is. Have you seen these kids? Have you heard them speak to each other? Basically they’re idiots (not all……. but enough that I feel confident in generalizing)

    They aren’t looking for the same things we are in hip hop/rap…..or whatever. Rhymes don’t have to make logical sense. As long as you put two words at the end of each line or every other line that rhyme……thats all they need. A dope beat and a string of in-cohesive words that mean nothing. They don’t have to convey a single idea or story line. AND.. if they did….this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music.

    ^Co-siggy-sig

  97. green eyes Says:

    # Mac Brown Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:52 pm

    i bet he himself was shocked so many ppl caught on to his bs statement.

    ^^I’m not surprised at all. Think about who the young up and coming hip hop listening audience is. Have you seen these kids? Have you heard them speak to each other? Basically they’re idiots (not all……. but enough that I feel confident in generalizing)

    They aren’t looking for the same things we are in hip hop/rap…..or whatever. Rhymes don’t have to make logical sense. As long as you put two words at the end of each line or every other line that rhyme……thats all they need. A dope beat and a string of in-cohesive words that mean nothing. They don’t have to convey a single idea or story line. AND.. if they did….this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music.

    ^ listen to this man

  98. D. Billz Says:

    Just for the hell of it….

    Things Groupies Say – Jay-Z and others – Hardknock Life Bonus Disc

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/4384625f0ee6d5/

  99. Phuque Says:

    In terms of swag:

    The Rappin’ Granny > Lil’ Wayne

  100. pockets Says:

    # Mac Brown Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:52 pm

    i bet he himself was shocked so many ppl caught on to his bs statement.

    ^^I’m not surprised at all. Think about who the young up and coming hip hop listening audience is. Have you seen these kids? Have you heard them speak to each other? Basically they’re idiots (not all……. but enough that I feel confident in generalizing)

    They aren’t looking for the same things we are in hip hop/rap…..or whatever. Rhymes don’t have to make logical sense. As long as you put two words at the end of each line or every other line that rhyme……thats all they need. A dope beat and a string of in-cohesive words that mean nothing. They don’t have to convey a single idea or story line. AND.. if they did….this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music.

    ^yo mac u just ethered an entire generation, u should print that shit out on a shirt.

  101. Phuque Says:

    >>They aren’t looking for the same things we are in hip hop/rap…..or whatever. Rhymes don’t have to make logical sense. As long as you put two words at the end of each line or every other line that rhyme……thats all they need. A dope beat and a string of in-cohesive words that mean nothing. They don’t have to convey a single idea or story line. AND.. if they did….this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music.

    ^^^

    Mormon Temple

  102. Phuque Says:

    pockets:

    >>yo mac u just ethered an entire generation, u should print that shit out on a shirt.

    ^^

    They wouldn’t read it

  103. pockets Says:

    to me, the best rapper alive is Lupe Fiasco. there, i said it. i dont see why if weezy could be called that, Lu can’t.

  104. green eyes Says:

    They wouldn’t read it

    ^ because they cant read

  105. Mac Brown Says:

    ^yo mac u just ethered an entire generation, u should print that shit out on a shirt.

    LOL……. man I try not to down the kids

    Cuz actually I like young folks (no pedo) And have faith in them…..(they just need a lot of guidance from older cats like my self)

    but the truth is the truth……… I call a spade a spade.

  106. pockets Says:

    They aren’t looking for the same things we are in hip hop/rap…..or whatever. Rhymes don’t have to make logical sense. As long as you put two words at the end of each line or every other line that rhyme……thats all they need. A dope beat and a string of in-cohesive words that mean nothing. They don’t have to convey a single idea or story line. AND.. if they did….this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music.

    ^yo esko i want that to be my new screename, make it happen

  107. Phuque Says:

    # pockets Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:58 pm

    to me, the best rapper alive is Lupe Fiasco. there, i said it. i dont see why if weezy could be called that, Lu can’t.

    ^^^

    In terms of “the cool”:

    Ross Perot >>>> Lupe Fiasco

  108. D. Billz Says:

    Phuque Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:58 pm
    pockets:

    >>yo mac u just ethered an entire generation, u should print that shit out on a shirt.

    ^^

    They wouldn’t read it

    *ghostrides the Reading Rainbow* (no gay pride)

  109. Phuque Says:

    # green eyes Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 8:59 pm

    They wouldn’t read it

    ^ because they cant read

    ^^^

    SMH @ myself…thats what I meant by that…

    *looks in mirror*

    Ol’ can’t tell a joke right lookin’ ass ninja…

  110. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    >>yo mac u just ethered an entire generation, u should print that shit out on a shirt.

    ^^

    They wouldn’t read it
    ^^^^
    readings for dumb people and people who don’t have any swagger

    ggggg-g-unit

  111. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    I’m not surprised at all. Think about who the young up and coming hip hop listening audience is. Have you seen these kids? Have you heard them speak to each other? Basically they’re idiots (not all……. but enough that I feel confident in generalizing)

    They aren’t looking for the same things we are in hip hop/rap…..or whatever. Rhymes don’t have to make logical sense. As long as you put two words at the end of each line or every other line that rhyme……thats all they need. A dope beat and a string of in-cohesive words that mean nothing. They don’t have to convey a single idea or story line. AND.. if they did….this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music.

    ^^^^*Wishes he had the Cal on Him*

  112. pockets Says:

    my sister part time teaches at an elementary school in bk, and set up this after school dance program, and she told me that all they wanna do is dance to soulja boy and snap music. i told her to play ATCQ and she came back the next day wiht scratch marks. well not really, im just exaggerating, but u get the point.

  113. OnPoint Says:

    I’m not surprised at all. Think about who the young up and coming hip hop listening audience is. Have you seen these kids? Have you heard them speak to each other? Basically they’re idiots (not all……. but enough that I feel confident in generalizing)

    They aren’t looking for the same things we are in hip hop/rap…..or whatever. Rhymes don’t have to make logical sense. As long as you put two words at the end of each line or every other line that rhyme……thats all they need. A dope beat and a string of in-cohesive words that mean nothing. They don’t have to convey a single idea or story line. AND.. if they did….this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music.

    ^^^damn whats with all the age discrimination? I bet people where saying that about you when you were bumping Wu Tang back in the dark ages.

    Mac Brown senior in the early 90s:

    “just look at this young generation, they buy this garbage with these idiots talking fast over drum beats about ninjas and kung fu. You ever listened to these songs? its just a bunch of bragging and violence over stolen REAL music from the 70s.

    If these kids heard real soul music with people ACTUALLLY singing, this young audience would get quickly confused and turn a deaf ear to the music. Rap sucks. Its not music.”

    *and scene*

  114. pockets Says:

    Ross Perot >>>> Lupe Fiasco

    ^ross perot is that nigga but in this case, no one gets the arrow tip on lupe fiasco.

  115. pockets Says:

    lol onpoint

    mac brown vs onpoint, the lil wayne lover

    oldschool vs newschool

  116. Phuque Says:

    @ OnPoint – It’s not so much age discrimination as it is calling out the ignorance of these kids’ “Hip-hop” music. Comparing Wu-Tang to Soulja Boy is definitely apples to oranges IMO.

    *Ironmans that hoe*

  117. Phuque Says:

    >>ross perot is that nigga

    ^^^

    *goes to cafepress.com*

  118. OnPoint Says:

    Damn Pockets just ethered a ninja….

    Lil wayne does what he does, and I like a good bit of his shit to bump in the ride or at the club. But he aint no greatest rapper alive.

  119. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Ross Perot >>>> Lupe Fiasco

    ^ross perot is that nigga but in this case, no one gets the arrow tip on lupe fiasco.

    ^^^^^^^^^
    I would rather chill with Ross Perot in the club…

    than with Lupe Fiasco

    Because atleast Ross Perot seems to have more fun in the club and seems more youthful

  120. D. Billz Says:

    >>^^^damn whats with all the age discrimination? I bet people where saying that about you when you were bumping Wu Tang back in the dark ages.

    ^Not true. KRS One, Rakim, Kool G. Rap, LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, and many others have went on record and talked about how influential the artists of the 90’s were for bringin’ some of the most intricate lyricism and songwriting in the game. They’ve mentioned Wu, Outkast, BCC, Geto Boyz, Redman, Snoop (in his early years), Nas, Jay, etc. sayin’ that they had the best debut albums of all time. And that’s a whole generation ahead of them. Face it, the youth lost.

  121. OnPoint Says:

    Phuque Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:08 pm
    @ OnPoint – It’s not so much age discrimination as it is calling out the ignorance of these kids’ “Hip-hop” music. Comparing Wu-Tang to Soulja Boy is definitely apples to oranges IMO.

    *Ironmans that hoe*

    ^^^But someone thought (still thinks) Wu Tang was garbage like we think Souljah Boy is garbage. I just used Wu tang as an example.
    Im just arguing the other side thats all. I should have been a lawyer.

    But yall ninjs do sound like some grumpy old folks with your “these kids today” comments

  122. EnglandRepresent Says:

    What up Nahggers?

  123. D. Billz Says:

    Lets not forget NWA and Public Enemy.

  124. Mac Brown Says:

    But someone thought (still thinks) Wu Tang was garbage like we think Souljah Boy is garbage. I just used Wu tang as an example.
    Im just arguing the other side thats all. I should have been a lawyer.

    But yall ninjs do sound like some grumpy old folks with your “these kids today” comments

    ^^I try not to sound grumpy……….

    D. Billz Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:12 pm

    Not true. KRS One, Rakim, Kool G. Rap, LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, and many others have went on record and talked about how influential the artists of the 90’s were for bringin’ some of the most intricate lyricism and songwriting in the game. They’ve mentioned Wu, Outkast, BCC, Geto Boyz, Redman, Snoop (in his early years), Nas, Jay, etc. sayin’ that they had the best debut albums of all time. And that’s a whole generation ahead of them. Face it, the youth lost.

    ^^WHAT HE SAID!!!

  125. pockets Says:

    i doubt ppl who loved krs one and rakim hated on the wu. wu, nas, or big didnt dumb down anything, and thats the issue at hand.

  126. Phuque Says:

    >>Face it, the youth lost.

    ^^

    Co-sign…the most influential commercial rappers @ the moment are currently either barefoot in the club taking pictures with the DJ, or cockin’ on yo’ bitch ass (nh).

    And Kanye.

  127. D. Billz Says:

    OnPoint Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:13 pm
    Phuque Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:08 pm
    @ OnPoint – It’s not so much age discrimination as it is calling out the ignorance of these kids’ “Hip-hop” music. Comparing Wu-Tang to Soulja Boy is definitely apples to oranges IMO.

    *Ironmans that hoe*

    ^^^But someone thought (still thinks) Wu Tang was garbage like we think Souljah Boy is garbage. I just used Wu tang as an example.
    Im just arguing the other side thats all. I should have been a lawyer.

    But yall ninjs do sound like some grumpy old folks with your “these kids today” comments

    ^To be honest, I don’t know anybody who thought the Wu was garbage. Seriously. You had a few here and there that didn’t like their music, but they opened up a whole new genre of the type of rap that many are still tryin’ to duplicate. Not to mention the individual classic albums from the group members.

  128. green eyes Says:

    But yall ninjs do sound like some grumpy old folks with your “these kids today” comments

    ^ because they’re stupid, and their music sucks, and the dancing? awful. and dont get me started on the fashion. boys walking around in extra smedium pink and purple rhinestone ad feather costumes. and their underpants are still showing…smh

  129. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    hoodtalk.org Says:

    August 3rd, 2007 at 4:54 pm
    I would rather chill with Jim Jones, Lil Wayne, Juelz Santana, Cam’ron in the club…

    than with Jay-Z…

    Because atleast Wayne, Jim Jones, Elz and Cam seem to have more fun in the club and see more youthful…

    Jay seems like a party pooper and the dude in the back in the club, holding up the wall and is scared of twat…

    I know Jay gets mad shorties now…but its because of the money
    ^^^^^^^
    LMFAO

  130. OnPoint Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:12 pm
    >>^^^damn whats with all the age discrimination? I bet people where saying that about you when you were bumping Wu Tang back in the dark ages.

    ^Not true. KRS One, Rakim, Kool G. Rap, LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, and many others have went on record and talked about how influential the artists of the 90’s were for bringin’ some of the most intricate lyricism and songwriting in the game. They’ve mentioned Wu, Outkast, BCC, Geto Boyz, Redman, Snoop (in his early years), Nas, Jay, etc. sayin’ that they had the best debut albums of all time. And that’s a whole generation ahead of them. Face it, the youth lost.

    ^^^Yeah and I think the 90s was the best period for hiphop myself, but when you step out of hiphop and look at music in general someone was saying that about Wu tang. Hell people were talking about hiphop being violent and commercial in the 90s in comparison with the fun loving 80s. It is what it is.

  131. Calibud Says:

    Guys who dont use the > symbol > Guys who do use the >symbol.

  132. EnglandRepresent Says:

    KRS One, Rakim, Kool G. Rap, LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, and many others have went on record and talked about how influential the artists of the 90’s were for bringin’ some of the most intricate lyricism and songwriting in the game. They’ve mentioned Wu, Outkast, BCC, Geto Boyz, Redman, Snoop (in his early years), Nas, Jay, etc.

    ^^And who you forgettin there Billy? Who you fuckin missin out bwoy? The N O T O R I O U S one thats who. I never heard BDK and Biggie on a track, that woulda been iller than ill. What up though Billy?

  133. green eyes Says:

    what up eng

  134. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    because they’re stupid, and their music sucks, and the dancing? awful. and dont get me started on the fashion. boys walking around in extra smedium pink and purple rhinestone ad feather costumes. and their underpants are still showing…smh

    ^^^^Tru(No Master P aqud)

  135. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    aqud=squad

    *Orders Hooked on Phonics*

  136. Shanti Says:

    I understand On Point’s argument. The only problem with his argument is that people who didn’t like or think 90’s hip hop music were usually people who didn’t like hip hop period whereas the people who complain about the souljah boy’s are usually hip hop heads. Regardless I see where you are coming from On Point.

  137. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    http://www.xxlmag.com/online/?p=15257
    ^^^^
    KRS One to compete in Celebrity Fit Club

  138. pockets Says:

    awful. and dont get me started on the fashion. boys walking around in extra smedium pink and purple rhinestone ad feather costumes. and their underpants are still showing…smh

    ^greeny didnt u go out with jim jones, he started that shit.

  139. Mac Brown Says:

    because they’re stupid, and their music sucks, and the dancing? awful. and dont get me started on the fashion. boys walking around in extra smedium pink and purple rhinestone ad feather costumes. and their underpants are still showing…smh

    ^^leave to greeny to break it down so eloquently.

  140. OnPoint Says:

    green eyes Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:18 pm
    But yall ninjs do sound like some grumpy old folks with your “these kids today” comments

    ^ because they’re stupid, and their music sucks, and the dancing? awful. and dont get me started on the fashion. boys walking around in extra smedium pink and purple rhinestone ad feather costumes. and their underpants are still showing…smh

    ^^^running man, cabbage patch, perch (sp?…self ether) and what ever else, was just as retarded as supermanning that hoe.

    And fashion? have you seen pictures of 80s fashion? Ill take todays shit over 80s fashion any day.

  141. Phuque Says:

    But yall ninjs do sound like some grumpy old folks with your “these kids today” comments

    ^^^

    I beg to differ…yeah you can argue that we “don’t understand” today’s Hip-hop music, but ten years ago there was a different level of intelligence associated w/ Hip-hop songs…as well as a level of intricacy in the lyrics. People actually had to THINK to make a song (I believe the term is talent), which, in turn, made the listener pay attention to more than just the beat and/or hook, which gave the listener a different level of enjoyment from the song. There is also one BIG word missing from commercial rap these days….BALANCE. Why do you think it’s so easy for the DJ to mix songs together at the club right now? Because their Top 40 list is basically the same damn beat with different “lyrics” over it featuring T-Pain. Give it an honest assessment…

  142. Shanti Says:

    edit: people who didnt like or think 90’s hip hop music was real music

  143. Mac Brown Says:

    # Shanti Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:22 pm

    I understand On Point’s argument. The only problem with his argument is that people who didn’t like or think 90’s hip hop music were usually people who didn’t like hip hop period whereas the people who complain about the souljah boy’s are usually hip hop heads. Regardless I see where you are coming from On Point.

    ^^co – sign the bolded as well

  144. green eyes Says:

    ^greeny didnt u go out with jim jones, he started that shit.

    ^ lmao.. fuck ya’ll. fuck ya;ll straight to hell.

  145. D. Billz Says:

    EnglandRepresent Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:19 pm
    KRS One, Rakim, Kool G. Rap, LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, and many others have went on record and talked about how influential the artists of the 90’s were for bringin’ some of the most intricate lyricism and songwriting in the game. They’ve mentioned Wu, Outkast, BCC, Geto Boyz, Redman, Snoop (in his early years), Nas, Jay, etc.

    ^^And who you forgettin there Billy? Who you fuckin missin out bwoy? The N O T O R I O U S one thats who. I never heard BDK and Biggie on a track, that woulda been iller than ill. What up though Billy?

    ^lmfao @ your standom. What up EngBing?

  146. pockets Says:

    the reason souljah boy and huey are hated is not because they are somethign new/different. its because they are of low intelligence. ppl werent complaing wu was of low intelligence, the only person who thinks that is ghostface.

  147. Darth Cipher Says:

    what’s good nah right???

    haven’t been here in a while, and i still see Phuque is taking people to school, feels like old times

  148. OnPoint Says:

    Shanti Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:22 pm
    I understand On Point’s argument. The only problem with his argument is that people who didn’t like or think 90’s hip hop music were usually people who didn’t like hip hop period whereas the people who complain about the souljah boy’s are usually hip hop heads. Regardless I see where you are coming from On Point.

    ^^^I guess if you look at it from that angle you somewhat right, except that age and maturity is age and maturity, you very likely to not like what the young kids are liking….thats history.

  149. pockets Says:

    lol greenz i kid

  150. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    greeny didnt u go out with jim jones, he started that shit.
    ^^^^
    Green Eyes dated Capo Status…. ewwwwww

  151. D. Billz Says:

    Phuque Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:23 pm
    But yall ninjs do sound like some grumpy old folks with your “these kids today” comments

    ^^^

    I beg to differ…yeah you can argue that we “don’t understand” today’s Hip-hop music, but ten years ago there was a different level of intelligence associated w/ Hip-hop songs…as well as a level of intricacy in the lyrics. People actually had to THINK to make a song (I believe the term is talent), which, in turn, made the listener pay attention to more than just the beat and/or hook, which gave the listener a different level of enjoyment from the song. There is also one BIG word missing from commercial rap these days….BALANCE. Why do you think it’s so easy for the DJ to mix songs together at the club right now? Because their Top 40 list is basically the same damn beat with different “lyrics” over it featuring T-Pain. Give it an honest assessment…

    ^I’ll take That Shit Phuque Is On for 300, Alex.

  152. Shanti Says:

    I beg to differ…yeah you can argue that we “don’t understand” today’s Hip-hop music, but ten years ago there was a different level of intelligence associated w/ Hip-hop songs…as well as a level of intricacy in the lyrics. People actually had to THINK to make a song (I believe the term is talent), which, in turn, made the listener pay attention to more than just the beat and/or hook, which gave the listener a different level of enjoyment from the song. There is also one BIG word missing from commercial rap these days….BALANCE. Why do you think it’s so easy for the DJ to mix songs together at the club right now? Because their Top 40 list is basically the same damn beat with different “lyrics” over it featuring T-Pain. Give it an honest assessment…

    ^^^i don’t he’s arguing that the souljah boy type shit is good tho. (correct me if I’m wrong point). he’s just saying that the way we complain is how folks older than us would complain about hip hop. the fact that they didn’t like the shit doesnt mean that they didnt “understand” hip hop…maybe they just didnt like the shit. just like no one is saying that we don’t understand “souljah boy” we just don’t like the shit.

  153. Shanti Says:

    edit: i dont think

  154. pockets Says:

    ^^^i don’t he’s arguing that the souljah boy type shit is good tho. (correct me if I’m wrong point)

    ^lol thats not wat hes arguing, hes just presenting an opposing point of view.

  155. Mac Brown Says:

    greeny didnt u go out with jim jones, he started that shit.
    ^^^^
    Green Eyes dated Capo Status…. ewwwwww

    **
    Baby,

    Are you into men with armpit stains, dusty braids, who belch dead flies?!

    If so……… I’ll stop bathing for a week, grow more hair, & stop wiping my ass after a good shit………….JUST FOR YOU!!

    **makes greeny feel speacial

  156. green eyes Says:

    # E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:26 pm

    greeny didnt u go out with jim jones, he started that shit.
    ^^^^
    Green Eyes dated Capo Status…. ewwwwww

    ^^ see.. this is how rumors get started.. smh.. see if i ever confess anything shameful again, show vulnerability, be open…

  157. pockets Says:

    o shit nvm i cant read

  158. OnPoint Says:

    Aite my head about to explode [||] from the different angles Im trying to argue. I resign…yall win. Maybe some other day.

    For the record:

    90s mainstream hiphop >>>>>> 00s mainstream hiphop

  159. OnPoint Says:

    did greenie really go out with Jim Jones?

  160. Darth Cipher Says:

    Mac is a joker

    as for all this soulja boy talk, i’m gonna jump in without reading what has already been said…

    anyone who can’t properly pronounce the word “Watch” shouldn’t be singing… “Wa- Me Youuuuu”??? WTF is that

  161. EnglandRepresent Says:

    lmfao @ your standom. What up EngBing?

    ^^My standom is unparalleled Billy and you know this mayne (c) Smokey

    Ain’t shit chief, back at work after a long weekend. My liver wants a divorce.

    Howdy doody Greenie? Hows things chica?

    *daps P to the, Mac, Phuque, Sha Sha, Norie, OnPoint*

  162. Shanti Says:

    OnPoint Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:31 pm

    Aite my head about to explode [||] from the different angles Im trying to argue. I resign…yall win. Maybe some other day.

    ^^boooooooooooooo

    lol.

  163. Mac Brown Says:

    see.. this is how rumors get started.. smh.. see if i ever confess anything shameful again, show vulnerability, be open…

    ^^you’ll learn someday…….. smh at you trusting people and being “open”.

  164. Phuque Says:

    >>>i don’t he’s arguing that the souljah boy type shit is good tho. (correct me if I’m wrong point). he’s just saying that the way we complain is how folks older than us would complain about hip hop. the fact that they didn’t like the shit doesnt mean that they didnt “understand” hip hop…maybe they just didnt like the shit. just like no one is saying that we don’t understand “souljah boy” we just don’t like the shit.

    ^^^

    My bad Shanti….I forgot to clarify where I was going with that. Basically I’m saying that we (as lovers of Hip-hop (nh)) have more of a right to complain than, say, a Caucasian KKK member from Kentucky would have complained about Wu-Tang 10 years ago.

  165. Darth Cipher Says:

    90s mainstream hiphop >>>>>> 00s mainstream hiphop
    ^^^
    Major Co-sign

  166. Shanti Says:

    # OnPoint Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:32 pm

    did greenie really go out with Jim Jones?

    ^^i think so. that’s what i heard anyway.

  167. OnPoint Says:

    anyone who can’t properly pronounce the word “Watch” shouldn’t be singing… “Wa- Me Youuuuu”??? WTF is that

    ^^^LMAO

  168. green eyes Says:

    # Mac Brown Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:30 pm

    greeny didnt u go out with jim jones, he started that shit.
    ^^^^
    Green Eyes dated Capo Status…. ewwwwww

    **
    Baby,

    Are you into men with armpit stains, dusty braids, who belch dead flies?!

    If so……… I’ll stop bathing for a week, grow more hair, & stop wiping my ass after a good shit………….JUST FOR YOU!!

    **makes greeny feel speacial

    ^see… someone loves me.

  169. D. Billz Says:

    And fashion? have you seen pictures of 80s fashion? Ill take todays shit over 80s fashion any day.

    ^Today’s fashion is tryin’ to repeat the 80’s though, so it goes back to the essence:

    bright colors
    smedium shirts
    regular cut jeans
    old kicks (I rock nothin’ but old skools)
    big ass Cazels
    dookie ropes
    parts in the hair
    bamboo earrings

    Sorry son, but yall just some chips off the old blocks…

  170. pockets Says:

    yo dont worry greenz i kissed this girl that looked like beyonce…but only in the dark. thats all ima say.

  171. Shanti Says:

    a Caucasian KKK member from Kentucky would have complained about Wu-Tang 10 years ago.

    ^^but it wasnt all white folks. older black people who grew up on blues and soul and shit were also complaining that hip hop wasn’t “real music.”

  172. Phuque Says:

    >>>anyone who can’t properly pronounce the word “Watch” shouldn’t be singing… “Wa- Me Youuuuu”??? WTF is that

    ^^^

    *Co-signs en route to the floor*

  173. Mac Brown Says:

    anyone who can’t properly pronounce the word “Watch” shouldn’t be singing… “Wa- Me Youuuuu”??? WTF is that

    ^^that shit is embarrassing to my fellow southerners……cuz we all don’t speak that way.

    I know I don’t. Hell, most people who meet me wouldn’t think I was even originally from the south.

    Until I flash the diamond studded belt buckle.

  174. pockets Says:

    yo i was just gonna say that todays fashion is like the 80s anyway

  175. Shanti Says:

    what’s good england rep

  176. D. Billz Says:

    Who in here datin’ Jim Jones?

    WOOMP! There it is! (c) some garbage from the 90’s

  177. green eyes Says:

    # Shanti Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:34 pm

    # OnPoint Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:32 pm

    did greenie really go out with Jim Jones?

    ^^i think so. that’s what i heard anyway.

    ^ lmao. bastids. the lot of you.
    i did NOT EVER EVER EVE no matter the weather go out with jim jones. i made the mistake of mentioning here one day, i had a brief, immediately regrettable, really unfortunate moment with a cat with a resemblance to him.

  178. Shanti Says:

    Until I flash the diamond studded belt buckle.

    ^^LMAO. that was hilarious to me for some reason.

  179. Phuque Says:

    # Shanti Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:35 pm

    a Caucasian KKK member from Kentucky would have complained about Wu-Tang 10 years ago.

    ^^but it wasnt all white folks. older black people who grew up on blues and soul and shit were also complaining that hip hop wasn’t “real music.”

    ^^^

    Sorry….I was being Mr. Fantastic sweetheart. I meant anyone in general who didn’t like hip-hop back then. Blues/Soul fans could complain about Hip-hop all they want – they listened to a totally different genre. Now, what ‘s being passed off as Hip-hop is nothing more than a cookie-cutter condensed version of the real thing, which

  180. Darth Cipher Says:

    today’s hiphop fashion is actually being stolen from punk rockers, wtf is with all the skulls i ask? i refuse to wear skulls, it’s not my fucking style, it’s not hip hop, it’s punk rock people, as for the fitted stuff, i could careless to be honest with you… “I Got On MY Good Clothes…” – Little Brother

  181. OnPoint Says:

    green eyes Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:37 pm
    # Shanti Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:34 pm

    # OnPoint Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:32 pm

    did greenie really go out with Jim Jones?

    ^^i think so. that’s what i heard anyway.

    ^ lmao. bastids. the lot of you.
    i did NOT EVER EVER EVE no matter the weather go out with jim jones. i made the mistake of mentioning here one day, i had a brief, immediately regrettable, really unfortunate moment with a cat with a resemblance to him.

    ^^^So basically, you boned Jim Jones….eww greenie

  182. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    What up hip hop?

    *skips on the handshakes, I’m straight…what else?*

    Who do I hand my late pass to?

  183. D. Billz Says:

    I know I don’t. Hell, most people who meet me wouldn’t think I was even originally from the south.

    Until I flash the diamond studded belt buckle.

    ^lmao

  184. D. Billz Says:

    !Ven-Tech? Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:38 pm
    What up hip hop?

    *skips on the handshakes, I’m straight…what else?*

    ^That was my line on NR for like 3 days straight. I see you been bumpin’ that Cool Kids.

    What up VTech?

  185. Phuque Says:

    Damn server cut off my comment.

    Oh well.

    *grabs Shanti’s booty all gentle-like*

  186. Darth Cipher Says:

    ^^^So basically, you boned Jim Jones….eww greenie
    ^^^
    floor

  187. green eyes Says:

    # Darth Cipher Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:38 pm

    today’s hiphop fashion is actually being stolen from punk rockers, wtf is with all the skulls i ask? i refuse to wear skulls, it’s not my fucking style, it’s not hip hop, it’s punk rock people, as for the fitted stuff, i could careless to be honest with you… “I Got On MY Good Clothes…” – Little Brother

    ^ the Illuminati influence

  188. pockets Says:

    its the end of the world, all the satanic symbols n shit on clothing, its disgusting. i was in soho the other day, walked into this shop called the Lounge, and all the clothes had satanic symbols on em. not to mention all the male workers were fags, everyone in that damn place is fag. in the window, they had fag dancers dancing n shit. i got fooled by the one chick dancing by herself in the window, all secluded n shit.

  189. D. Billz Says:

    LF: lol @ Jay actin’ like he wasn’t tryin’ to dance in the Girls Girls Girls video. Ol’ subtle cabbage patch…

  190. pockets Says:

    WTF

    http://www.theredlemonstore.com/images/_brands/christian_audigier/press/christian-jim-jones_lg.jpg

  191. Phuque Says:

    LMAO @ the following:

    not to mention all the male workers were fags, everyone in that damn place is fag. in the window, they had fag dancers dancing n shit. i got fooled by the one chick dancing by herself in the window, all secluded n shit.

  192. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    today’s hiphop fashion is actually being stolen from punk rockers, wtf is with all the skulls i ask? i refuse to wear skulls, it’s not my fucking style, it’s not hip hop, it’s punk rock people, as for the fitted stuff, i could careless to be honest with you… “I Got On MY Good Clothes…” – Little Brother
    ^^^^
    Kurt Cobain is running this rap shit(from the grave)

  193. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    pockets Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:46 pm
    WTF

    http://www.theredlemonstore.com/images/_brands/christian_audigier/press/christian-jim-jones_lg.jpg

    ^^^^
    how’d they capture so much SWAGGER on one camera

  194. pockets Says:

    yo greenz when he was breaking up with u did he look like this

    http://www.nymag.com/daily/intel/20061108jones.jpg

  195. Phuque Says:

    >>www.theredlemonstore.com/images/_brands/christian_audigier/press/christian-jim-jones_lg.jpg

    ^^

    smh @ all of that jewelry…

    *calls Suzie Orman*

  196. State of Grace Says:

    Hey Po’ Nahgraphers, check out the new post at my site, I’d like to hear people’s opinions on censorship, Nas, Casino, and words that start with “nigg.”

  197. pockets Says:

    how jimmy spotted greenz

    http://www.lyricsforall.com/images/artists/1635928613/1516626807JIM4.jpg

  198. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    WTF

    http://www.theredlemonstore.com/images/_brands/christian_audigier/press/christian-jim-jones_lg.jpg

    ^^^^^^
    *Puts right hand on the Bible,Left hand in the Air*

    Thats the club/college scene in the STL. It’s disgusting everybody walking around with the same shit on.

  199. Shanti Says:

    lmao @ pocket’s pic of jim jones.

  200. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:41 pm
    !Ven-Tech? Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:38 pm
    What up hip hop?

    *skips on the handshakes, I’m straight…what else?*

    ^That was my line on NR for like 3 days straight. I see you been bumpin’ that Cool Kids.

    What up VTech?

    ^^^^

    What up pa? Yeah that Cool Kids is on point. They got they own style. I like the way they talk about bikes, like that’s their shit. Like…I like ol skool channel 5 karate flicks. I could rap about that and that would my own concept…

    …if Wu didn’t steal it first

  201. pockets Says:

    WTF

    http://www.theredlemonstore.com/images/_brands/christian_audigier/press/christian-jim-jones_lg.jpg

    ^they look mad confused, like they are 16 year olds in the middle of an identity crisis.

  202. Mac Brown Says:

    http://www.theredlemonstore.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=FTM01&Category_Code=FTM

    Looking at that site with the jim jones pic……..ran across this shirt.

    For some twisted reason………. I like it.

    LOL @ pockets

  203. Darth Cipher Says:

    ’93 and ’97 were the years!!!

    i’ma never forget how my uncle let me sneak bumping the wu-tang albums when i was younger, since my grandparents didn’t allow me to listen to hip hop and my parents didn’t have the cds, i didn’t fully understand the shit, but i knew i was listening to greatness cause i must of sat through wu-tang forever 1000x over remembering all the lyrics, but not knowing wtf i was talking about… hip hop touched my soul at 6 and 10 years old and never let go

  204. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    how jimmy spotted greenz

    http://www.lyricsforall.com/images/artists/1635928613/1516626807JIM4.jpg
    ^^^^
    LMAO

    sidenote: is Jim Jones native american?

  205. green eyes Says:

    ROTFLMAO @ pockets pics

  206. Mac Brown Says:

    check ya’ll negro’s and the others in 30 mins

    Weeds is on.

  207. D. Billz Says:

    I can’t front, a lot of that ish Jim Jones rocks is a fresh look. But I’ll be DAMNED if you catch me walkin’ around with the rest of the teenagers lookin’ like Baby Jim.

    @ Norie… he’s half somethin’ and half Puerto Rican. Whatever the other half is, I think the feathers is symbolic of that. And a lot of PR’s have Taina Indian in their blood (see: Tru Life) so that also can be a reason.

  208. OnPoint Says:

    Mac Brown Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 9:59 pm
    check ya’ll negro’s and the others in 30 mins

    Weeds is on.

    ^^^yeah, tru talk…even better is TI-DAYS (c) Dave Chappelle on Californication

    on that note, Im out

  209. Big Homie Says:

    LOL yall wilding out up in here

  210. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    @ Norie… he’s half somethin’ and half Puerto Rican. Whatever the other half is, I think the feathers is symbolic of that. And a lot of PR’s have Taina Indian in their blood (see: Tru Life) so that also can be a reason.
    ^^^^
    oh yeah I forgot Jim was Rican, that’d probably explain the feather tatoo

  211. GOLD & A PAGER Says:

    nahright ft. lil’ wayne

  212. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    i25.photobucket.com/albums/c59/mp82182/Haji%20Springer/wallpaper2_1024x768.jpg
    ^^^^
    damn this Indian dude is hella hyphy

  213. G7 Says:

    Norie is half Dominican

  214. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    http://www.myspace.com/hajispringer
    ^^^^
    this links better

  215. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Norie is half Dominican
    ^^^^
    nah, he’s half Rican. The only Dominican rappers I can think of are Fab, AZ, and Juelz

    this links better
    ^^^^
    no homo

  216. G7 Says:

    smh, Nore is, not Norie

  217. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    …1….

  218. tron Says:

    when is the dirty to this gonna leak

  219. G7 Says:

    “friends know me, by my first name Victor
    santiago, half-black, half-mohondo, dominicano,”

    Nore

  220. D. Billz Says:

    nah, he’s half Rican. The only Dominican rappers I can think of are Fab, AZ, and Juelz

    ^JR Writer too

  221. green eyes Says:

    fab’s dominican?

  222. Digital scales Says:

    my SLIDE hit my WIFEY up on her sidekick….and aired me out…ON AIM…WTF?!?!?..FUCKING AYO TECHNOLOGY…..i hate hiphop……….wheres babydoll or greeneyes at…i think ima have to start looking for some new prospects..damn

  223. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Once, while having sex in a tractor-trailer, part of Chuck Norris’ sperm escaped and got into the engine. We now know this truck as Optimus Prime.

  224. green eyes Says:

    lmao @ the image of part of a sperm escaping.

  225. Digital scales Says:

    my SLIDE hit my WIFEY up on her sidekick….and aired me out…ON AIM…WTF?!?!?..FUCKING AYO TECHNOLOGY…..i hate hiphop……….wheres babydoll or greeneyes at…i think ima have to start looking for some new prospects..damn

  226. D. Billz Says:

    G7 Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 10:27 pm
    “friends know me, by my first name Victor
    santiago, half-black, half-mohondo, dominicano,”

    Nore

    ^Nore is half Rican. I don’t know why in the hell he was sayin’ Dominicano (perhaps he was sayin’ somethin’ else), but if you see a pic of his pops, aint no denyin’ the Boricua.

  227. pockets Says:

    ^JR Writer too

    ^the rican of ricans

  228. pockets Says:

    no wonder fab and az look a like, u can add mase to the list too. i bet mase was the first ever dominican in a shiny suit.

    yo did big ever wear the shiny suit, if so damn thats a lot of latex

  229. D. Billz Says:

    green eyes Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 10:30 pm
    fab’s dominican?

    ^Yes sir. He was sportin’ the Dominican Nikes he did in one his vids with Mike Shorey. Plus back when I was a Fab stan, I read articles where he mentioned it.

  230. D. Billz Says:

    pockets Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 10:36 pm
    ^JR Writer too

    ^the rican of ricans

    ^Dominican actually

  231. green eyes Says:

    Sir?

  232. pockets Says:

    jim jones is half rican? the other half must be dumpster.

  233. Digital scales Says:

    eskay you can take me off moderation with this link and email..thanks

  234. pockets Says:

    ^JR Writer too

    ^the rican of ricans

    ^Dominican actually

    ^yea.. i know but “the dominic of inicans” doesnt have the same ring to it

  235. green eyes Says:

    pockets is funny tonight

  236. D. Billz Says:

    green eyes Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 10:39 pm
    Sir?

    ^Yes ma’am just doesn’t have the same hip hop appeal… like, when Pharrell says it right before one of my favorite songs ever comes on (for the record, you gotta hear this album while riding through L.A. with the windows down for full effect)…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6WhI9JNVrs

  237. R.Friday Says:

    Jimmy’s other half is Aruban(sp).

    LF: That M.O.B. mixtape bangs! I’ll probably be sick of this shit in like a week max, but it’s good for now.

    What’s up with that NOE cat sounding like a homeless man’s Jigga?

  238. Big Homie Says:

    Gotti’s Show sucks. I can’t watch no more.

  239. G7 Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 10:35 pm
    G7 Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 10:27 pm
    “friends know me, by my first name Victor
    santiago, half-black, half-mohondo, dominicano,”

    Nore

    ^Nore is half Rican. I don’t know why in the hell he was sayin’ Dominicano (perhaps he was sayin’ somethin’ else), but if you see a pic of his pops, aint no denyin’ the Boricua.

    =====
    maybe he was feeling Dominican at the time. He clearly says Dominicano in the song though.

  240. green eyes Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 10:45 pm

    green eyes Says:

    October 22nd, 2007 at 10:39 pm
    Sir?

    ^Yes ma’am just doesn’t have the same hip hop appeal… like, when Pharrell says it right before one of my favorite songs ever comes on (for the record, you gotta hear this album while riding through L.A. with the windows down for full effect)…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6WhI9JNVrs

    ^ ah, i see i said. for future reference, it should be typed “yezzur”

  241. D. Billz Says:

    ^ ah, i see i said. for future reference, it should be typed “yezzur”

    ^True, true

    LF: Rhythm & Gangsta was a good album, imo.

  242. pockets Says:

    when Pharrell says it right before one of my favorite songs ever comes on (for the record, you gotta hear this album while riding through L.A. with the windows down for full effect)…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6WhI9JNVrs

    ^this is a very interesting fact about u billz ive just taken note of. and i remember in that song, i heard snoop spit one of the most prolific lines ive ever heard anyone spit.

    “two plus two, equals four, this is some shit that can last foreva mo'”

    *floor*

  243. green eyes Says:

    LF: Rhythm & Gangsta was a good album, imo.

    ^ it was

  244. pockets Says:

    LF: Rhythm & Gangsta was a good album, imo.

    ^blue carpet def wasnt, the only good track from that shit was Imagine produced by dre. i think it was track of the year for 06. btw was it just me or was the first track on that album with snoop saying all the blue shit he owns. WTF

  245. 50 haters? Says:

    ARe you kidding me??? where’s the Wu-tang”take it back” that sh$t is crzy!! u slippin Nah…

  246. EnglandRepresent Says:

    I actually thought the only decent track on Rythmn and Gangsta was Number 13 on the playlist, the rest of the album sucked balls.

  247. EnglandRepresent Says:

    *blue coloured crickets*

  248. Big Homie Says:

    NEW POST!!!!

    Show some love

    1

  249. HHF Says:

    ^^^click it

    but whaddup

  250. green eyes Says:

    # Big Homie Says:
    October 22nd, 2007 at 11:27 pm

    NEW POST!!!!

    Show some love

    1

    ^ copycat, show me more love. im a girl. its less gay that way. :)

    good night eng love.

  251. thoreauly77 Says:

    yo es, you heard that “take it back” wu-joint? am i going to be handed a late-pass?

  252. HHF Says:

    ^^^3 new posts, lots of free downloads….the bed is calling me. Peace.

  253. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Free sound hungry on this jawn. Lil Wayne is overextending (no Nadia Comenichi) himself. Not to hate but his shit is startin to all sound the same. I like Cannon’s approach to beats. Now, if he SCRATCHED that “Step Back” sample, that shit would be fire!!!

  254. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Night Greenie. I’ll be along shortly.

    What up HHF, Thor?

  255. thoreauly77 Says:

    what up erep?

    just drinking a frosty blue moon with some fresh orange mixed in. heard that new wu-joint?

  256. Metal Lungies » Blog Archive » Freeway Ft. Rick Ross-Criminal Opera, Produced by Cool & Dre. Says:

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  257. Phuque Says:

    *PST crickets*

    LMAO & smh @ “two plus two, equals four, this is some shit that can last foreva mo’”

  258. nation Says:

    Im still a felon
    Im still rebellin
    They wearin stop snitchin shirts and still tellin

  259. Daily Banger: Freeway ft. Lil Wayne - Step Back « Ali’s Basement Says:

    […] Music: Freeway ft. Lil Wayne – Step Back [props to NahRight.com] […]

  260. Blingsta Says:

    Joint is aight…I can fuck wit it.

    Blingd.com
    – where even yo momma can be a hip hop news blogger!

  261. george Says:

    Any 1 no the lyrics to this?

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