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Tha Dogg Pound – They Don’t Want It

This has been out for a couple of days but I just got around to listening to it. Good grief, Kurupt murdered this.  

Tha Dogg Pound – They Don’t Want It 

Related Bonus: Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood Super Teaser 


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162 Responses to “Tha Dogg Pound – They Don’t Want It”

  1. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    word

  2. nation Says:

    hmm

  3. I Fux Says:

    I’m from the Congo

    ^^ How is Gorilla, gamey?

  4. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ***That title’s prolly gonna be prophetic, though…we’ll have to wait for soundscans to confirm…

  5. nation Says:

    >> . Good grief,

    who needs A Charlie Brown Christmas?

  6. Paperstacker Says:

    Kurupt is nice.

  7. That Man Says:

    # That Man Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 4:43 pm

    It’s hot as hell, nigga.

    Oh and a “no homo” on Lady Sovereign.

  8. Two-Times Says:

    DPG-Unit

  9. I Fux Says:

    ohhhhhhh damn Eskay didnt lie, wow Kurupt went in!

  10. Digital scales Says:

    yeahhhhhhhhhh not really a fan, so if you can upload that mm3 that would be great, yeah. Ok eskay good talking to you (C) Bill Lumbergh

  11. Jamz Says:

    Damn, we were just talking about Kurupt yesterday on here! Actually, when Kurupt did that sneaky shyt and signed with Death Row behind everyone’s back, I didn’t think that Snoop and Daz would ever forgive ole’ boy!

  12. hip hop cops Says:

    i would smash all the spice girls

  13. nation Says:

    how is Snoop still relevant? can someone still explain

    I’m feeling that new video, but seriously… before he dropped that (in hopes to draw relevance towards his new music, tv show, and other shit he’s trying to sell)… what the fuck is so special about Snoop

    how white boys c-walk to his music at parties? how girls get loose at his concerts? are you serious? Doggystyle was a decade and a half ago

  14. Digital scales Says:

    damn i spoke to soon, track is pretty dope

  15. THE-XFACTA Says:

    “Good grief, Kurupt murdered this. ”

    Subtracts 20 ‘Hood Points’ from Eskay.. What the fuck part of Yonkers do you live in where dudes say Good Grief?

  16. eskay Says:

    smh @ Dehaven’s website crashing my browser. The Rocafella website never does that.

  17. That Man Says:

    I like Snoop’s last album, Blue Carpet Treatment, even though it had a lot of filler. It was a double album.

    Blue Carpet Treatment > Kingdom Come

  18. THE-XFACTA Says:

    # Paperstacker Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 4:43 pm

    Kurupt is nice.

    ——————

    Foxy’s ghost writing his shit

  19. hip hop cops Says:

    damn “they said they need proof like a vestless chest”

    this lupe album is fire

  20. Digital scales Says:

    why is gza shittin on 50??? you got alot of money you got alot of record sales…but you got no talent??? why would you go out ya way to shit on niggas during your show…..thats being mad…

  21. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    Kurupt has stepped his game up ever since he started fuckin’ with Tangled Thoughts/T.H.O. For me, dem n Custom Made are the greatest in the West right now. If everyone gets off the bullshit raps like Game n others like him, den da world will learn wot da True West is about

  22. eskay Says:

    >>Subtracts 20 ‘Hood Points’ from Eskay.. What the fuck part of Yonkers do you live in where dudes say Good Grief?

    I’m a grown ass man dog.

  23. Boosie Says:

    one of ya’ll niggas from texas called my number 817-553-0050, I was busy at the time but when I called back, it was a telemarketing company and an answering machine came on.

    SMH at fake niggas, someone callin me through a telemarketing service.

  24. yaboy Says:

    can the links be passed?

    y_a_boy@yahoo.com

  25. nation Says:

    isn’t grief the hoodest thing to do… considering all the homicides and liquor pouring and shit?

  26. I Fux Says:

    Have you seen the new Rambo trailer? Sly Stallone is going ballistic throughout the whole thing, using ridiculously oversized weapons to take out the bad guys — there are times when he’s literally making it rain meat, and we don’t mean the kind you’d get at McDonald’s. At Madison Square Garden last night Dirk Nowitzki was John Rambo in a Mavs jersey, unleashing a meat shower on the Knicks

    ^^ THIS IS JUST PLAIN GAY, DAMN WHO WRITES THIS WITH A STRAIGHT FACE

  27. Paperstacker Says:

    … what the fuck is so special about Snoop

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

    Snoop dropped one classic, but he dropped alot of gems up till like 03. That cd he had in 02 was fire. But yeah for the past 4 years he hasn’t come out with a lukewarm album.

  28. Two-Times Says:

    eskay Says:

    smh @ Dehaven’s website crashing my browser.

    ^^ Hey i was listenin to “A week Ago” the other day, and I was thinkin that maybe Hov was talkin about this De-Haven character in that song…was that the guy Hov was talkin about in that song??

  29. Paperstacker Says:

    Lupe’s last cd> Kingdom Come

    by 100X, The funny thing is I never ever took the time out to listen to that lupe shit until recently.

  30. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    eskay Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 4:50 pm
    smh @ Dehaven’s website crashing my browser. The Rocafella website never does that.

    ^^^^^
    Nobody bothers with the Roc site when even after 4 weeks, the God MC, Mr. Ho-vito is nowhere near seeing Platinum. D’Haven = New Hawaiian Sophie Fame

  31. I Fux Says:

    BLUE CARPET TREATMENT= thoroughly good album

    *smh* at Nation

  32. That Man Says:

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/50170759161f3a/

    ^^^

    I always like this track. Knoc-Turnal’s “Muzic”.

    Old as hell, but whatever I just found the link in my bookmarks. Whatever happen to this guy

  33. I Fux Says:

    and Rhythm and Gangster or whatever it was called was also Dope *sings*

    BEAUTIFULLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL I JUST WANT YOU TO KNOWWWWWWWWWWWW

  34. eskay Says:

    >>Hey i was listenin to “A week Ago” the other day, and I was thinkin that maybe Hov was talkin about this De-Haven character in that song…was that the guy Hov was talkin about in that song??

    no

  35. I Fux Says:

    Ya that song Knoc did with Dre was that ish

  36. Paperstacker Says:

    Fire..

    This beat is heatrock.

    http://www.tinyurl.com/24ll7m

  37. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    Knoc fell off with L.A. Confidential n peeps sayin’ he a Snoop rip off

  38. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    good ish ghost…yeash I like dizzee dude has a different sound, his flow is a lil wild but thats cause we are use to our “American (ha)” sounding flows…but dude is def dope.

    okay my opinion of the finest chicks…

    sanaa l.
    rosario (something about her…than ohhhh weee)
    lauren london
    megan good
    megan fox
    scarlett j.
    jessica biel
    stacey dash
    alba
    chrisete michelle
    jilly from philly (f the haters)

    …yeah I’m done…too many to think about and to put on this list ha…

    …break time…

  39. blaze22 Says:

    Snoop is a legend. Always will be.

  40. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    Angel aka Lola Luv >>>>>>>>>> any chick u can think of

  41. That Man Says:

    Knoc fell off with L.A. Confidential n peeps sayin’ he a Snoop rip off

    ^^

    I can see that. The last part.

  42. dockevoc Says:

    people like snoop cuz he’s “safe” for white people – everyone had Doggystyle and now they’re having kids and Snoop is the closest to hip hop they gonna get

  43. Paperstacker Says:

    Angel aka Lola Luv >>>>>>>>>> any chick u can think of

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

    We already disputed that in the other thread fam.

  44. moresickaMC Says:

    nation Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 4:48 pm
    how is Snoop still relevant? can someone still explain

    I’m feeling that new video, but seriously… before he dropped that (in hopes to draw relevance towards his new music, tv show, and other shit he’s trying to sell)… what the fuck is so special about Snoop

    how white boys c-walk to his music at parties? how girls get loose at his concerts? are you serious? Doggystyle was a decade and a half ago

    ^^^^
    he’s an American icon already…so stop hating and get your bread up.

  45. I Fux Says:

    homosoap.ytmnd.com/

    ^^ GO HEAD And hand this to Weezy he will be able to wash the fag off.

  46. dockevoc Says:

    Snoop is a legend. Always will be.

    ^
    Ice Cube is a legend. Snoop is a McDonald’s advertisement.

  47. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    Paperstacker Says:

    We already disputed that in the other thread fam.

    ^^^^^^^^

    Wot was the final result fam? U better tell me she won! lol

  48. Paperstacker Says:

    Ice Cube is a legend. Snoop is a McDonald’s advertisement.

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

    Sorry but Snoop is a legend regardless of your opinion, because his classic is up there with Illmatic and other few heralded classics. He has been relevant for almost 15 years and still has a reasonable fan base. 80% of rappers don’t stay relevant that long. Maybe calling him a legend is going to far but he put his work in to at least be a noticeable artist.

  49. nation Says:

    >> BLUE CARPET TREATMENT= thoroughly good album

    I remembered that when I pressed submit. I never listened to it though, too much hate in my blood

  50. THE-XFACTA Says:

    # eskay Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 4:56 pm

    >>Hey i was listenin to “A week Ago” the other day, and I was thinkin that maybe Hov was talkin about this De-Haven character in that song…was that the guy Hov was talkin about in that song??

    no

    ——————

    He was talking about Ja Rule.. He saw the bitch in him way back then

  51. dockevoc Says:

    Paperstacker Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:00 pm

    Angel aka Lola Luv >>>>>>>>>> any chick u can think of

    ^
    I’ll take Esther Baxter over any woman in the history of the world, thanks

  52. Two-Times Says:

    Well who was Hov talkin about in A week ago then?

    by the way

    “A Week Ago” by Hov > 95 % rappers catagloues

  53. I Fux Says:

    nation Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:04 pm
    >> BLUE CARPET TREATMENT= thoroughly good album

    I remembered that when I pressed submit. I never listened to it though, too much hate in my blood

    ^^No Piru

  54. Paperstacker Says:

    How is snoop safe for white people? I mean the dude has been rapping about pimping hoes, crips, and 40’s for most of his career, most white parents would probably try to ban their kids from buying snoop cd’s. I mean look at 50, a lot of white folks buy his stuff and I wouldn’t say he is a safe rapper.

  55. I Fux Says:

    WU-Tang is for the Children!

  56. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    @ Snoop Dogg fans

    If I call him a nappy headed hoe,
    Ain’t nuttin to it,
    Gangsta rap made me do it. (c) Ice Cube’s new song

    Nah, but on the real, Snoop is cool, but 4 me, he ain’t been on form for a while. Paid Da Cost was my last fave album of his n his “Sexual Fuckedup Song” is terrible…….but the video deserves a grammy or summin!

  57. moresickaMC Says:

    Jessica Alba and Christina Ricci r my fav white actresses in hit-ableness

  58. I Fux Says:

    Fresh Prince is safe

  59. Paperstacker Says:

    I’ll take Esther Baxter over any woman in the history of the world, thanks

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

    Yeah esther>Lola lov

  60. THE-XFACTA Says:

    # dockevoc Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:01 pm

    Snoop is a legend. Always will be.

    ^
    Ice Cube is a legend. Snoop is a McDonald’s advertisement.

    ——————-

    They are both legends… Now Pimp C, that dude ain’t no fucking legend. (No disrespect)

  61. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    I don’t think I’ve seen Esther Baxter or I just don’t remember…..Google time

    As 4 all those peeps debating about ‘A Week A Go’, Hov was talkin’ bout Charlie Baltimore after she got her Michael Jackson on (c) Black or White

  62. chea Says:

    who remembers bumping the hell out of this shit:

    We eat fish, tossed salads and make rap ballads
    The biochemical slang lord’ll throw the arrows in the dope fiend
    Vocal chords switch laser beams my triple sevens
    Broke the slot machines out in Queens, Grey Poupon is rebel on rap
    Smack on, swing like batons, most want niggas smoked like Hilshire Farms
    Check the gun we sew, underneath my shoe lies the tap
    That attract bow-legged bitches with wide horse gaps
    In steel mills iron he’ll smoke the blow on Duns
    You run heroins, Primatine mist is afraid of my lungs
    Turn my channel, it’ll blow your whole bench off the panel
    Like 80 roman candles that backfired then slammed you
    Every day is like a video shoot, check this shit
    I take you back to Playboy, stash guns and whips
    Picture afro, big shish-ka-bobs and daishikis
    1000 civil marched blazed their fists in early sixties

    FIRE!

  63. THE-XFACTA Says:

    Rocsi>Free

  64. moresickaMC Says:

    Two-Times Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:05 pm
    Well who was Hov talkin about in A week ago then?

    by the way

    “A Week Ago” by Hov > 95 % rappers catagloues
    ^^^
    One of my fav Jay-Z trax ever…madly slept on, and very dope story telling. This is Jay-Z coming the closest to Nas’ street poetry.

    “used to be a stand up nikka/now you sit down to aim”

  65. dockevoc Says:

    # Paperstacker Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:04 pm

    Ice Cube is a legend. Snoop is a McDonald’s advertisement.

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

    Sorry but Snoop is a legend regardless of your opinion, because his classic is up there with Illmatic and other few heralded classics. He has been relevant for almost 15 years and still has a reasonable fan base. 80% of rappers don’t stay relevant that long. Maybe calling him a legend is going to far but he put his work in to at least be a noticeable artist.

    ^
    No doubt, Doggystyle is one of the top 5-10 albums ever, along with the Chronic, and I’ll give him props for any work on Dogg Food too. But that don’t make you a legend. A legend does things that very few others do. Snoop simply signed with the Neptunes and started putting out pop bullshit songs, which all suck. “Drop it like it’s hot” was trash, as well as “Beautiful.” I liked “Vato” featuring B-Real, and was amazed that it even got a video. I’m not saying he’s totally incapable of dropping a decent verse now and then, ala “Play on Playa” off Hip Hop is Dead, but as an MC, NOT A COMMERCIAL, he’s basically a joke.

  66. moresickaMC Says:

    THE-XFACTA Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:10 pm
    # dockevoc Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:01 pm

    Snoop is a legend. Always will be.

    ^
    Ice Cube is a legend. Snoop is a McDonald’s advertisement.

    ——————-

    They are both legends… Now Pimp C, that dude ain’t no fucking legend. (No disrespect)
    ^^^
    i’m an east coast head and i consider Pimp C & UGK rap legends.

  67. I Fux Says:

    We EAT FISH!

  68. moresickaMC Says:

    Gho$t Ryder Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:10 pm
    I don’t think I’ve seen Esther Baxter or I just don’t remember…..Google time

    As 4 all those peeps debating about ‘A Week A Go’, Hov was talkin’ bout Charlie Baltimore after she got her Michael Jackson on (c) Black or White
    ^^^
    the song is about snitches

  69. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    Angel and Esther, in a 3some >>>>>>>>>>>>>> heaven

  70. dockevoc Says:

    # Paperstacker Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:06 pm

    How is snoop safe for white people? I mean the dude has been rapping about pimping hoes, crips, and 40’s for most of his career, most white parents would probably try to ban their kids from buying snoop cd’s. I mean look at 50, a lot of white folks buy his stuff and I wouldn’t say he is a safe rapper.

    ^
    He does AOL adds. He got 64 year old grandmothers saying “Fa Shizzle.” He’s basically famous for being famous at this point to today’s new hip hop fans. We remember Doggystyle, but 80% of people at his shows want to hear “Drop it like it’s Hot,” not “Cereal Killer.”

  71. Two-Times Says:

    moresickaMC Says:

    “A Week Ago” by Hov > 95 % rappers catagloues
    ^^^
    One of my fav Jay-Z trax ever…madly slept on, and very dope story telling. This is Jay-Z coming the closest to Nas’ street poetry.

    “used to be a stand up nikka/now you sit down to aim”

    ^^^^^^^^

    oh yeah defintely, it’s probably my favorite Hov track ever…

    Like you said the storytellin on that song is crazy….only person in the game that can come close to that is Nas….

    rappers need to study that song..

    whenever i listen to that shit, i always say, How the fuck did Hov do this shit without writing nothing…amazing…

  72. Paperstacker Says:

    He does AOL adds. He got 64 year old grandmothers saying “Fa Shizzle.” He’s basically famous for being famous at this point to today’s new hip hop fans. We remember Doggystyle, but 80% of people at his shows want to hear “Drop it like it’s Hot,” not “Cereal Killer.”

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

    True, true.

  73. I Fux Says:

    THE-XFACTA Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:11 pm
    Rocsi>Free

    ^^^Co-Sign without the slightest hesistation

  74. moresickaMC Says:

    Paperstacker Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:06 pm
    How is snoop safe for white people? I mean the dude has been rapping about pimping hoes, crips, and 40’s for most of his career, most white parents would probably try to ban their kids from buying snoop cd’s. I mean look at 50, a lot of white folks buy his stuff and I wouldn’t say he is a safe rapper.
    ^^^
    he personifies gangsta rap to white America.

  75. dockevoc Says:

    “Primatine mist is afraid of my lungs”

    sick

  76. Paperstacker Says:

    Free had a crazy body on her though.

  77. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    Two-Times Says:

    whenever i listen to that shit, i always say, How the fuck did Hov do this shit without writing nothing…amazing…

    ^^^^^^^
    He was reading it from a text on his phone. Therefore technically he didn’t write it!

  78. I Fux Says:

    The Mighty O off of Idlewild goes very hard!

  79. moresickaMC Says:

    Two-Times Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:15 pm
    moresickaMC Says:

    “A Week Ago” by Hov > 95 % rappers catagloues
    ^^^
    One of my fav Jay-Z trax ever…madly slept on, and very dope story telling. This is Jay-Z coming the closest to Nas’ street poetry.

    “used to be a stand up nikka/now you sit down to aim”

    ^^^^^^^^

    oh yeah defintely, it’s probably my favorite Hov track ever…

    Like you said the storytellin on that song is crazy….only person in the game that can come close to that is Nas….

    rappers need to study that song..

    whenever i listen to that shit, i always say, How the fuck did Hov do this shit without writing nothing…amazing…
    ^^^^
    and i’m always thankful Too $hort didnt get a verse on it…lol. he was good just for the hook.

  80. blaze22 Says:

    dockevoc Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:14 pm

    # Paperstacker Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:06 pm

    How is snoop safe for white people? I mean the dude has been rapping about pimping hoes, crips, and 40’s for most of his career, most white parents would probably try to ban their kids from buying snoop cd’s. I mean look at 50, a lot of white folks buy his stuff and I wouldn’t say he is a safe rapper.

    ^
    He does AOL adds. He got 64 year old grandmothers saying “Fa Shizzle.”
    ^

    And what the fuck is wrong with that??
    He is getting his paper and making rap relevant to the main stream. Shit rap fans should love Snoop.

  81. Sean Coonery Says:

    Free Mike VICK

    Denzel Washington’s Swagger is mean…

  82. I Fux Says:

    sports.espn.go.com/outdoors/hunting/news/story?id=3150157

    ^^LMAO for no reason

  83. dockevoc Says:

    he personifies gangsta rap to white America.

    ^
    exactly. we think of Styles as hard, not Snoop

  84. moresickaMC Says:

    Gho$t Ryder Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:17 pm
    Two-Times Says:

    whenever i listen to that shit, i always say, How the fuck did Hov do this shit without writing nothing…amazing…

    ^^^^^^^
    He was reading it from a text on his phone. Therefore technically he didn’t write it!
    ^^^
    lol@ dudes who cant accept Jay writes verses in his head. its a fact get over it.

  85. Sean Coonery Says:

    Top 5 Rappers/Producers/DJs with Beards
    1. Rick Ross
    2. Joe Buddens
    3. Jim Jones
    4. Swizz Beats
    5. DJ Drama

  86. Paperstacker Says:

    man, 2x, hov didn’t spit that “A Week Ago” shit off the top in a one take session. I refuse to believe that shit. It would be more plausible if he took a bunch of sessions and recorded verse after verse. Either that or he used like a dozen takes before the song came together.

  87. moresickaMC Says:

    by the way i’ve never liked too $short….evn though he’s considered a legend in many quarters. just always found him wack

  88. I Fux Says:

    Snoop should never catch Hate, for real. Rap Fans are fucking idiots. Thats why I like Music

  89. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    moresickaMC Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:20 pm
    Gho$t Ryder Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:17 pm
    Two-Times Says:

    whenever i listen to that shit, i always say, How the fuck did Hov do this shit without writing nothing…amazing…

    ^^^^^^^
    He was reading it from a text on his phone. Therefore technically he didn’t write it!
    ^^^
    lol@ dudes who cant accept Jay writes verses in his head. its a fact get over it.

    ^^^^^^^^

    Were u in the booth? Have u actually sat there and watched 24 hours in the life of Hov to know he doesn’t write a line here or there? Is there a You Tube link on that?

    Didn’t think so

  90. Two-Times Says:

    Paperstacker Says:

    man, 2x, hov didn’t spit that “A Week Ago” shit off the top in a one take session. I refuse to believe that shit. It would be more plausible if he took a bunch of sessions and recorded verse after verse. Either that or he used like a dozen takes before the song came together.

    ^^ yeah that makes more logical sense… no way he could spit that shit like 1 or 2 takes… but i don’t know…

  91. dockevoc Says:

    And what the fuck is wrong with that??
    He is getting his paper and making rap relevant to the main stream. Shit rap fans should love Snoop.

    ^
    nothing! He’s just not an MC – he’s an add. Good for him, I still got mad love for Snoop! I just don’t get amped up off his shit no more

  92. Paperstacker Says:

    I mean hov does write in his head but for one he doesn’t one take it.I can see hov coming up with dozons of verses off the top in the studio and then editing the verses to get the best possible verse.

  93. blaze22 Says:

    # Gho$t Ryder Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:22 pm

    moresickaMC Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:20 pm
    Gho$t Ryder Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:17 pm
    Two-Times Says:

    whenever i listen to that shit, i always say, How the fuck did Hov do this shit without writing nothing…amazing…

    ^^^^^^^
    He was reading it from a text on his phone. Therefore technically he didn’t write it!
    ^^^
    lol@ dudes who cant accept Jay writes verses in his head. its a fact get over it.

    ^^^^^^^^

    Were u in the booth? Have u actually sat there and watched 24 hours in the life of Hov to know he doesn’t write a line here or there? Is there a You Tube link on that?

    Didn’t think so

    ^
    Actually yeah..hold on i will find link

  94. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    Sean Coonery Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:20 pm
    Top 5 Rappers/Producers/DJs with Beards
    1. Rick Ross
    2. Joe Buddens
    3. Jim Jones
    4. Swizz Beats
    5. DJ Drama

    ^^^^^^^

    How u could miss Freeway out I have no idea

  95. green eyes Says:

    dogg Pound. word, nice

  96. blaze22 Says:

    @ Ghostryder

    ^

    Watch
    youtube.com/watch?v=Hh003Czlx3g

  97. moresickaMC Says:

    Paperstacker Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:20 pm
    man, 2x, hov didn’t spit that “A Week Ago” shit off the top in a one take session. I refuse to believe that shit. It would be more plausible if he took a bunch of sessions and recorded verse after verse. Either that or he used like a dozen takes before the song came together.

    ^^^^
    why not….he’s done it countless times. one take! whats so hard to believe… anyone knows Jay-Z is constantly constructing verses in his head…so by the time he reaches the booth, he has it down pat.

    go listen to “lyrical excercise” off blueprint. he’s constantly “writing,”

  98. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Kurupt >>>>>>>>________

  99. moresickaMC Says:

    blaze22 Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:23 pm
    # Gho$t Ryder Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:22 pm

    moresickaMC Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:20 pm
    Gho$t Ryder Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:17 pm
    Two-Times Says:

    whenever i listen to that shit, i always say, How the fuck did Hov do this shit without writing nothing…amazing…

    ^^^^^^^
    He was reading it from a text on his phone. Therefore technically he didn’t write it!
    ^^^
    lol@ dudes who cant accept Jay writes verses in his head. its a fact get over it.

    ^^^^^^^^

    Were u in the booth? Have u actually sat there and watched 24 hours in the life of Hov to know he doesn’t write a line here or there? Is there a You Tube link on that?

    Didn’t think so

    ^
    Actually yeah..hold on i will find link

    ^^^
    It has been documented since forever dude….in case you’re new to rap. him and Biggie.

  100. Sean Coonery Says:

    Gho$t Ryder Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:24 pm
    Sean Coonery Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:20 pm
    Top 5 Rappers/Producers/DJs with Beards
    1. Rick Ross
    2. Joe Buddens
    3. Jim Jones
    4. Swizz Beats
    5. DJ Drama

    ^^^^^^^

    How u could miss Freeway out I have no idea

    ^His album flopped and his beard is digusting.

  101. Blackwater Says:

    Anyone saying Snoop ain’t talented obviously did not hear R&G the Masterpiece. If you are into music other than hip-hop or a hip-hop historian that can trace samples back then you could appreciate an album like that just for the musicality of it. Not to mention it was just a dope album. I still would pump that joint if my shit didn’t get stolen

  102. hip hop cops Says:

    >>How u could miss Freeway out I have no idea

    pharoahe monch as well

  103. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    ahotmessblog.com/?p=1807
    ^^^^
    i gotta reproduce with Eva Mendes a.s.a.p

  104. moresickaMC Says:

    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:27 pm
    Kurupt >>>>>>>>________

    ^^^^
    Kurupt used to be one of my favorite rappers period…in the death row glory days.

    damn, Dogg pound fell off. even Daz used to be like my fav producer nxt to Dre…WTF happened?

  105. yaboy Says:

    anyone got links to lupe and MM3??

  106. I Fux Says:

    Freeway’s album is a beast……

    So I was in the game room and two dudes one from oakland(Oakland Dudes are fucking wierd) and One from Arkansas …..these dudes were talking about how he had Mac Dre’s 40album discography and it was a great listen through and through…….I was LIKE WTF 40 albums, who can possibly listen to all that and with a straight face say he could listen to it with no pause to listen to somebody else. BAMMA’s I swear

  107. Paperstacker Says:

    Constantly writing in his head? Hov must have a hell of a memory then, because there are some songs that are so complicated and intricate lyrically that you just can’t one take them. Not to mention the double entrendes and the rest. I’m not saying he doesn’t spit off the top, I’m just saying he records a lot of verses and then chooses the best ones to put on the song. think of it as a freestyle session. You spit your first verse, pause, come back spiit a second, then maybe pick the first one for the song. Leave one out. Edit something here and there.?

  108. Sean Coonery Says:

    FREE MIKE VICK PLEASE…HES AN INNOCENT MAN…MEDIA DESTROYED HIM IN COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION…WHITE PEOPLE WANT TO DESTROY HIM..BLACK MILLIONAIRES AREN’T SAFE….

  109. moresickaMC Says:

    Blackwater Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:28 pm
    Anyone saying Snoop ain’t talented obviously did not hear R&G the Masterpiece. If you are into music other than hip-hop or a hip-hop historian that can trace samples back then you could appreciate an album like that just for the musicality of it. Not to mention it was just a dope album. I still would pump that joint if my shit didn’t get stolen
    ^^^^
    Most people think Snoop is wack…but i don’t think I’ve ever heard a staright up wack album from Snoop. his albums are either decent or better. Blue carpet is one of his best. i even like his no limit albums.

  110. I Fux Says:

    Ok Guilty Pleasure time(no butt plugs) I like the Young Chris Newprint, Go ahead kill me now

  111. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Kurupt >>>>>>>>________

    ^^^^
    Kurupt used to be one of my favorite rappers period…in the death row glory days.

    damn, Dogg pound fell off. even Daz used to be like my fav producer nxt to Dre…WTF happened?
    ^^^^
    yeah, Kurupt used to be a million times better than he is now, but he’ll still drop an ill 16; the Digital Smoke album was heat.

    his lil’ bro Roscoe can rap real good too

  112. blaze22 Says:

    # Paperstacker Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:31 pm

    Constantly writing in his head? Hov must have a hell of a memory then, because there are some songs that are so complicated and intricate lyrically that you just can’t one take them. Not to mention the double entrendes and the rest. I’m not saying he doesn’t spit off the top, I’m just saying he records a lot of verses and then chooses the best ones to put on the song. think of it as a freestyle session. You spit your first verse, pause, come back spiit a second, then maybe pick the first one for the song. Leave one out. Edit something here and there.?

    ^
    Yeah exactly. He writes nothing down. He has all the verses in his head. Have you guys not watched Fade To Black or that dvd he has with Linkin Park.

  113. pockets Says:

    >>Hey i was listenin to “A week Ago” the other day, and I was thinkin that maybe Hov was talkin about this De-Haven character in that song…was that the guy Hov was talkin about in that song??

    ^nah, but i was wonderin if jay was talkin about DeHaven on No Hook? as in his former friend dehaven…fuck these subliminals

  114. I Fux Says:

    Mike Vick made a mistake but 2 fucking years, Negroe Please 6months and keep it moving

  115. Two-Times Says:

    It’s just that Hov’s rhymes are so complex and his wordplay is so crazy, that’s it’s hard to believe that he just go in the booth and spit that in 1 or 2 takes…

    listen to A week ago, what he rhymes on there, is crazy, the wordplay is complex and outstanding…

    that’s the only reason i have any doubts he just spits that shit off the top,

    but I guess if people seen him do it, like Blaze, Guru, kanye, etc then you gotta accept that he can do it like that…

    so i guess i just accept that he got that ability, until i’m proven wrong, but sometimes it still hard to believe…

  116. I Fux Says:

    Fat Joe Crackhouse is my shit!

  117. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    So I was in the game room and two dudes one from oakland(Oakland Dudes are fucking wierd) and One from Arkansas …..these dudes were talking about how he had Mac Dre’s 40album discography and it was a great listen through and through…….I was LIKE WTF 40 albums, who can possibly listen to all that and with a straight face say he could listen to it with no pause to listen to somebody else. BAMMA’s I swear
    ^^^^
    I haven’t heard every Mac Dre cd, he seems to release a new one every month and he’s been dead for a while; but of the one’s I have heard they’ve all been dope

  118. blaze22 Says:

    # pockets Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:33 pm

    >>Hey i was listenin to “A week Ago” the other day, and I was thinkin that maybe Hov was talkin about this De-Haven character in that song…was that the guy Hov was talkin about in that song??

    ^nah, but i was wonderin if jay was talkin about DeHaven on No Hook? as in his former friend dehaven…fuck these subliminals

    ^

    Yeah he was. “Fuck Dehaven for cavin'”

  119. I Fux Says:

    holy shit soo much coke a nigga had to shovel it(c) Fat Joe

    ^^LMAO is Crack that Relevant, Crack this crack that, Crack Shampoo, Low carb-Crack, Crack is the new 20

  120. pockets Says:

    i don’t think I’ve ever heard a staright up wack album from Snoop.

    ^blue carpet treatment was wack as hell, the only good track was Imagine (which was outstanding)

  121. Gho$t Ryder Says:

    @ blaze22

    Much appreciated for the video fam. But freestyling a few lines off the top of ur head n then editing them n having a subject matter for the next few lines doesn’t really mean u walk in a booth, do a WOLE track (no editing of words, pronounciations, speed, content, repititions etc). Dats just my opinion in dat case.

    @ moresickaMC

    Nah I ain’t new 2 hip-hop fam. I’ve been listening 2 rap since Roger Troutman came with Zapp n did ‘More Bounce To the Ounce’ n people round my way tried 2 rhyme on it. I understand wot u n blaze mean though with the documentation of his style. But 4 me, going into football terms, it’s a bit like the highest goal scorer in the world is in that space because he is always by the line n gets da rebounds. But he ain’t da dude dat takes da pass from the mid-field, dribbles round the defenders n slips it past the keeper. There is a big difference from a Van Nistelrooy n a Pele

  122. moresickaMC Says:

    Paperstacker Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:31 pm
    Constantly writing in his head? Hov must have a hell of a memory then, because there are some songs that are so complicated and intricate lyrically that you just can’t one take them. Not to mention the double entrendes and the rest. I’m not saying he doesn’t spit off the top, I’m just saying he records a lot of verses and then chooses the best ones to put on the song. think of it as a freestyle session. You spit your first verse, pause, come back spiit a second, then maybe pick the first one for the song. Leave one out. Edit something here and there.?
    ^^^
    from most reports…producers, fellow rappers etc say he mostly does one take. in fact i dont think ive ever heard of him doing multiple takes…except for when rubin i think forced him to re-take 99 problems(and Jay got pissed).

    by the way…y’all saw how he constructed 99 problems?…absolute genius. he rapped the hustlers perspective first…leaving gaps in appropriate places…then came back and filled in the cops part. I was impressed.

  123. Paperstacker Says:

    FREE MIKE VICK PLEASE…HES AN INNOCENT MAN…MEDIA DESTROYED HIM IN COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION…WHITE PEOPLE WANT TO DESTROY HIM..BLACK MILLIONAIRES AREN’T SAFE….

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

    Man, I don’t support no dog fighting shit and I think he should do his time, but its funny how the media and majority of white folks tore mike vick down like that. It’s bullshit, out of all the countless human killings in Iraq let alone dogs you never hear no media out roar like this, even some blackwater members were accused of murdering some unarmed civilians white people didn’t make a fuss about it. It’s just because he is celebrity/athlete, but whatever. The media is composed of bullshit anyways.

  124. pockets Says:

    i was wonderin if jay was talkin about DeHaven on No Hook? as in his former friend dehaven…fuck these subliminals

    ^

    Yeah he was. “Fuck Dehaven for cavin’”

    ^lol just kiddin

  125. I Fux Says:

    pockets Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:36 pm
    i don’t think I’ve ever heard a staright up wack album from Snoop.

    ^blue carpet treatment was wack as hell, the only good track was Imagine (which was outstanding)

    ^^ You are lyin and dyin

  126. pockets Says:

    fux did u just say im dying, take it back

  127. I Fux Says:

    pockets Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:38 pm
    fux did u just say im dying, take it back

    ^^ nah it was a play on “if im lying im dying” (c) Boosie I think

  128. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    i don’t think I’ve ever heard a staright up wack album from Snoop.

    ^blue carpet treatment was wack as hell, the only good track was Imagine (which was outstanding)
    ^^^^
    BCT was dope

    but
    Snoop’s Welcome To The Chuch mixtape series >>>>>

  129. moresickaMC Says:

    Two-Times Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:33 pm
    It’s just that Hov’s rhymes are so complex and his wordplay is so crazy, that’s it’s hard to believe that he just go in the booth and spit that in 1 or 2 takes…

    listen to A week ago, what he rhymes on there, is crazy, the wordplay is complex and outstanding…

    that’s the only reason i have any doubts he just spits that shit off the top,

    but I guess if people seen him do it, like Blaze, Guru, kanye, etc then you gotta accept that he can do it like that…

    so i guess i just accept that he got that ability, until i’m proven wrong, but sometimes it still hard to believe…

    ^^^^
    but I mean its not like he’s freestyling. yes he’s spitting off top…but he has “written”…just didnt use a pen. its still a crazy method …though biggie did it too. I have heard reports too that talib doesnt write…anyone know? Lil Wayne i think doesnt write either.

  130. Sean Coonery Says:

    Yo Pockets, ring up the Big Gulp and the Hot Dog….

  131. Blackwater Says:

    Blue Carpet Treatment wasn’t really my favorite Snoop album. It was like he was trying to hard with that crippin’ shit. I ain’t trying to hear 40 year olds gangbang. But I due like the melodies and shit that he tries to put back in the game. Thats why I say R&G was one of his best works. Niggas need to go back and take a listen. That one and Paid the Cost to Be the Boss.

  132. moresickaMC Says:

    I Fux Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:37 pm
    pockets Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:36 pm
    i don’t think I’ve ever heard a staright up wack album from Snoop.

    ^blue carpet treatment was wack as hell, the only good track was Imagine (which was outstanding)

    ^^ You are lyin and dyin
    ^^^
    blue carpet was prob top 5 of 2006

  133. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Gucci Mane’s “hella ones” and “freaky gurl” videos > any albums released this year

  134. Paperstacker Says:

    yo hoots, lol seen your site today, Hoodtalk.org has to be the most cooning ignorant shit I’ve ever seen. It’s unbelieable. I mean not on your part and shit of course, but I am talking about some of the posts there fam. I mean I ain’t even know niggas that ignorant and dumb existed. The funny thing is that most them dudes is in college and shit, but with these made up personas advocating this shit, its disgusting. Where the heck did you find them dudes at? smh

  135. I Fux Says:

    VATO still gets play in my ride Monthly its under my “DAT GANGSTER SHIT” Playlist

  136. blaze22 Says:

    # moresickaMC Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:36 pm

    Paperstacker Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:31 pm
    Constantly writing in his head? Hov must have a hell of a memory then, because there are some songs that are so complicated and intricate lyrically that you just can’t one take them. Not to mention the double entrendes and the rest. I’m not saying he doesn’t spit off the top, I’m just saying he records a lot of verses and then chooses the best ones to put on the song. think of it as a freestyle session. You spit your first verse, pause, come back spiit a second, then maybe pick the first one for the song. Leave one out. Edit something here and there.?
    ^^^
    from most reports…producers, fellow rappers etc say he mostly does one take. in fact i dont think ive ever heard of him doing multiple takes…except for when rubin i think forced him to re-take 99 problems(and Jay got pissed).

    by the way…y’all saw how he constructed 99 problems?…absolute genius. he rapped the hustlers perspective first…leaving gaps in appropriate places…then came back and filled in the cops part. I was impressed.

    ^^

    Yeah dudes don’t realize yet how completely genius Hova is. I remember Trey Anastasio a few years back in rolling stone saying Jay was the modern day Mozart.

  137. Blackwater Says:

    I’m at the gig right now so I can’t watch, but I refuse to believe that Gucci Mane has any real talent. I’ve been wrong before though

  138. I Fux Says:

    GReatest thing I ever saw at hoodtalk.org was a picture by picture directional on how to cook crack. and dude was in his boxers, LMAO!

  139. moresickaMC Says:

    blaze22 Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:43 pm
    # moresickaMC Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:36 pm

    Paperstacker Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:31 pm
    Constantly writing in his head? Hov must have a hell of a memory then, because there are some songs that are so complicated and intricate lyrically that you just can’t one take them. Not to mention the double entrendes and the rest. I’m not saying he doesn’t spit off the top, I’m just saying he records a lot of verses and then chooses the best ones to put on the song. think of it as a freestyle session. You spit your first verse, pause, come back spiit a second, then maybe pick the first one for the song. Leave one out. Edit something here and there.?
    ^^^
    from most reports…producers, fellow rappers etc say he mostly does one take. in fact i dont think ive ever heard of him doing multiple takes…except for when rubin i think forced him to re-take 99 problems(and Jay got pissed).

    by the way…y’all saw how he constructed 99 problems?…absolute genius. he rapped the hustlers perspective first…leaving gaps in appropriate places…then came back and filled in the cops part. I was impressed.

    ^^

    Yeah dudes don’t realize yet how completely genius Hova is. I remember Trey Anastasio a few years back in rolling stone saying Jay was the modern day Mozart.

    ^^^^
    Jay is really on another level…I wish Big were alive I wonder where mr.wallace’s wordplay would be by now.

  140. Two-Times Says:

    with that all said, Hov was left ‘sturerring and cryin’ after Ether…

    Nas “writing” Ether > Hov “1 takin” any Nas diss

  141. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    I’m at the gig right now so I can’t watch, but I refuse to believe that Gucci Mane has any real talent. I’ve been wrong before though
    ^^^^
    the video ho’s are top notch in those two videos

    Gucci Mane’s preseving the legacy of BET uncut with those videos, I can respect that

  142. Blackwater Says:

    I used to think Boosie was trash until I listened to about 90 songs of his in this bar in South Carolina. They played Boosie the whole night and I had no idea his catalog was so vast. He actually is a great comedian. THe nigga said he “famous like the Ninja Turtles”. But Gucci, not so sure.

  143. green eyes Says:

    What up E, fux, black, blaze, hoots, etc

  144. I Fux Says:

    *friendly tap on the ass, Greens*no disrespect

  145. Phuque Says:

    Whaddittiz…

  146. Blackwater Says:

    There were reports earlier this year about Shawna formerly of DTP (or Infamous Syndicate if you know good) signing to Gucci Mane’s label. Anyone know if there is truth to that. I got it off SOHH so ain’t no tellin’ if that shit is true.

  147. moresickaMC Says:

    As of now…Lupe’s The Cool. sounds good. It might b a grower…I think it’s one of those albums you can dissect for years….w’ell see. His wordplay is crazy

  148. nation Says:

    Who was King James?
    And why did he think it was so vital to remove chapters and make his own
    version of the Bible
    They say Hell is underground and Heaven is in the sky
    And they say that’s where you go when you die but how they know

  149. nation Says:

    LOL @ http://www.tinyurl.com/3ag4rh

  150. Blackwater Says:

    @E

    Okay I thought somebody was trying to say dude could spit. I really don’t think I could take that right now… I’m in a fragile state mentally.

  151. yaboy Says:

    nation, got links?

  152. moresickaMC Says:

    Two-Times Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:45 pm
    with that all said, Hov was left ’sturerring and cryin’ after Ether…

    Nas “writing” Ether > Hov “1 takin” any Nas diss
    ^^^
    Ether clearly ended that battle…whether u think Nas was spitting facts or not. He went dumb hard @ hov. i mean Nas made “ether” a verb.

  153. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    *daps phQ*

  154. green eyes Says:

    # I Fux Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:48 pm

    *friendly tap on the ass, Greens*no disrespect

    ^lol

  155. chea Says:

    I Fux Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:32 pm
    Ok Guilty Pleasure time(no butt plugs)

    ^^^

    my God you deserve a plaque for going this hard my dude

    *salutes fux the don for non-chalantly touching on anal play*

  156. blaze22 Says:

    Lupe Fiasco – Go Go Gadget Flow tinyurl.com/35hxkw
    Lupe Fiasco – Streets on Fire tinyurl.com/2vay4t
    Lupe Fiasco ft. Snoop – Hi Definition tinyurl.com/3xo927

  157. Phuque Says:

    # chea Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:52 pm

    I Fux Says:

    December 11th, 2007 at 5:32 pm
    Ok Guilty Pleasure time(no butt plugs)

    ^^^

    my God you deserve a plaque for going this hard my dude

    *salutes fux the don for non-chalantly touching on anal play*

    ^^^

    *Fuckin’ leaves*

  158. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    it’s official…Lil Wayne is the wackest mutha on the planet…

    sorry eskay but I gotta drop this link…

    http://www.hiphopdx.com/blogs/cthagod/2007/12/11/f-k-lil-wayne-.html#comments

    wayne has lost it man.

  159. dockevoc Says:

    # nation Says:
    December 11th, 2007 at 5:49 pm

    Who was King James?
    And why did he think it was so vital to remove chapters and make his own
    version of the Bible
    They say Hell is underground and Heaven is in the sky
    And they say that’s where you go when you die but how they know

    ^
    King James was a European King, he was following up on what Constatine the Great did – remove parts of the Bible that left much to be discussed and wondered about (Was Jesus married? Mary Magdelan was a prostitute…the fallen angels that spawned with humans…) By removing these books, Christianity became a no questions asked religion AKA slavery. It was the greatest way to control people without physical force – The Greatest Story Ever Told.

  160. dockevoc Says:

    Check out the movie “Zeitgeist,” it shows how the stories of religious saviors haven’t changed for thousands of years, only the ruling religions

  161. Jesse as is. Says:

    What pops my Folks? (daps everyone)

  162. j Says:

    DOPE

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