Video: Where There’s Smoke, There’s Weezy


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  1. RIGZ Says:

    Ha (c) Juvie

  2. RIGZ Says:

    Reasonable Doubt is a fantastic album that only became the “masterpiece” it is now considered when Hov became a rap deity.

    ^^^^

    Nosign.

    I aint stopped playing Reasonable Doubt since 96. Literally.

  3. chea Says:

    b-ease Says:

    Reasonable Doubt is a fantastic album that only became the “masterpiece” it is now considered when Hov became a rap deity.

    ^^

    wrong

    i copped the day it came out and within 3 days knew it was a classic

    only people who ain’t been into hip-hop a long time (i’m not saying that’s you, i’m just making an observation) have trouble seeing that it was a classic at birth

    p.s. romez speaks the truth

  4. Ghost Writer Says:

    Light up (c) Jada

  5. Joe 88 Says:

    This nigga said Fab’s wack….lol. Fab still murders almost every freestyle he jumps on

    ^When did I say that? I said he was corny, it’s alot of corny niggas wit some spit to em

  6. yeah me 2 Says:

    You can kick ya lil lies, I’ll spit my real facts/
    Like you sneaking out the back of the Source Sound lab/
    We wasnt chasing you, we had a taping to/
    It wasnt a Roc-A-Fella come thru thing/
    Cuz if it was on like that I would just come thru Queens/
    Wit Queens niggas, you kno how i do/
    Look i got more shooters in Queensbridge than you

  7. Digital scales Says:

    haha this was kinda funny….

  8. yeah me 2 Says:

    na i was talkin bout the other nigga….but yea corny is wateva, but the nigga still spits Lava

  9. Digital scales Says:

    fab took that queens talk with the dididididididdamn

  10. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    that shit was pretty good…

    lmao @ Master Shake version of Weezy’s “lean” ha.

    zup suckas…chill at the crib, on that paid vacation.

  11. chea Says:

    i forgot the bandana over the head

    *collapses*

  12. b-ease Says:

    Nosign.

    I aint stopped playing Reasonable Doubt since 96. Literally

    ^^^^^^^^^

    Neither have I. Literally.

  13. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    man these coco playboy pics…yessir.

    where’s Crazy at?! WWWWWWWWWOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. b-ease Says:

    wrong

    i copped the day it came out and within 3 days knew it was a classic

    only people who ain’t been into hip-hop a long time (i’m not saying that’s you, i’m just making an observation) have trouble seeing that it was a classic at birth

    p.s. romez speaks the truth
    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    Fair enough. musically I’d call ‘em even on a pure visceral enjoyment level. But Hard Knock’s impact at the time and even now mean : Hard Knock Life > Reasonable Doubt.

  15. Plug Says:

    Its official. These cats are not funny…

  16. Joe 88 Says:

    Officer you can’t arrest me, i’m a minor

    Sir, on your ID it’s says your 37

    *Death*

  17. b-ease Says:

    “And you know that’s bad/When (even) your sister is mad/And your son gotta grow up like/”This is my dad”/The labeling of a snitch of a is lifetime scar/ you’ll always be in jail nigga/just minus the bars”

    Hilarious, poignant, AND brutal. Jay at his best.

  18. b-ease Says:

    “And you know that’s bad/When (even) your sister is mad/And your son gotta grow up like/”This is my dad?”/The labeling of a snitch is a lifetime scar/ you’ll always be in jail nigga/just minus the bars”

    Hilarious, poignant, AND brutal. Jay at his best.

  19. Joe 88 Says:

    The picture Reasonable Doubt paints cannot be duplicated or beat IMO, but to each your zone.

    LF: I was really spilffy last night off the purple & listening to NaS “Take it in Blood” of it was written, yo that nigga almost made me throw myself threw a window, he was rocking, I always thought It was written was better than illmatic, but now it’s official

  20. cMac Says:

    “please save the baby”

    that part was funny

  21. b-ease Says:

    Co-sign

    It was Written > Illmatic

  22. chea Says:

    b-ease Says:

    “you’ll always be in jail nigga/just minus the bars”

    ^

    realest line evar (at the time)

  23. D. Billz Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 1:06 pm
    Wow, I see alto of people don’t fuck wit em, I think there tuff, I bet Billz would like em.

    ^ *stuffs face with chips*

    *nods*

    With a minor league fitted. I always wanted a pair of S. Dots when they first dropped but they kept sellin’ out. By the way… on Mega’s last video/song…

    Styles > Mega

  24. b-ease Says:

    Take it in Blood and Silent Murder will make you think “why dont i think nas as the greatest again?” then you see him a nigger t-shirt, or remember super ugly, or thumb thru an old source and see a nastradamus ad (which wasnt as bad as everbody made it, but still sub par) and you remember. and you laugh that he almost fooled you again.

  25. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    Jay-Z album comparions

    *yawn*

    Nas album comparions

    *yawn*

    damn lets talk about something new! we always talk about that crap jeez louise…

    sooooooooo…uhhhh…… the finest bitch has got to be megan fox.

    LOL.

  26. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    the greatest…

    Lupe.

    *sarcasm button is stuck*

    shit!

    *looks for Chea for recognition*

    damn.

  27. b-ease Says:

    I think Rev.Run’s oldest daughter is underrated as fuck.

  28. Joe 88 Says:

    >With a minor league fitted. I always wanted a pair of S. Dots when they first dropped but they kept sellin’ out. By the way… on Mega’s last video/song…

    Styles > Mega

    Check, & double check, I was dissapointed at mega for that lackluster performance he put on on that song.

    >Take it in Blood and Silent Murder will make you think “why dont i think nas as the greatest again?” then you see him a nigger t-shirt, or remember super ugly, or thumb thru an old source and see a nastradamus ad (which wasnt as bad as everbody made it, but still sub par) and you remember. and you laugh that he almost fooled you again.

    ^lol, cosign, that’s why I don’t see how people can think NaS is the greatest, he hit his peak in 96′. Not to make this a Jay/NaS day, but Jay-z is IMO still getting better, he always finds a way to reinvent himself, & truthfully, no other rapper has done that period

  29. sleep Says:

    It was written intro»»any jay intro

  30. Joe 88 Says:

    I think Rev.Run’s oldest daughter is underrated as fuck.

    ^I Love that girl, I would scrap with kimbo slice, Mayweather, & steven segal at the same time for a crack at that ass.

  31. Plug Says:

    nas > jay !!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gffRbMr5x60

  32. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    b-ease Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 1:51 pm
    I think Rev.Run’s oldest daughter is underrated as fuck.

    ^^^

    co-siggity.

    *goes to google*

  33. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    plug that youtube link didnt work homie…

  34. Joe 88 Says:

    It was written intro»»any jay intro

    Dynasty intro > It was written intro

    Never read the koran, or islamic scriptures, only psalms I read was on the arms of my niggas, tattoo’d till I carry on like i’m non religious, clap whoever stand between shawn & figures, niggas say it’s the dawning, but i’m superstitious, shit has been darker then ever, nothing is going as you predicted, I move with biscuits, stop the heart of niggas acting too suspicious, this food for thought, you do the dishes

  35. sleep Says:

    Rev run daught with the big tittes face aint all that I give her a 7 1/2

  36. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    co-sig Joe…

    and that beat was bananas.

  37. Phuque Says:

    Dynasty intro > It was written intro

    ^^

    Co-siggity

  38. BLuHaZe Says:

    “The Birdman gave us nothing.”

    **dies**

  39. Joe 88 Says:

    Rev run daught with the big tittes face aint all that I give her a 7 1/2

    *Blank stare*

    So a 7 1/2 aint all that? Who would you say is a perfect 10?

  40. cMac Says:

    listens to it was written intro*

  41. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 2:01 pm
    Rev run daught with the big tittes face aint all that I give her a 7 1/2

    *Blank stare*

    So a 7 1/2 aint all that? Who would you say is a perfect 10?

    ^^^

    thats whut I was thinking…ha.

    thinking damn homie you got your scale all high and mighty and out of wack…whut is you like some big time celeb or something smashing all bad ass broads and supermodels on the regular.

  42. b-ease Says:

    I’m pretty sure Dynasty intro > better than ALL other intros. But I could be wrong. any examples?

  43. sleep Says:

    Jay_z “beach chair” of kindom come is the most underated song of his career niggas is just too stupid to feel real shit like that

  44. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    b-ease Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 2:04 pm
    I’m pretty sure Dynasty intro > better than ALL other intros. But I could be wrong. any examples?

    ^^^

    I wouldnt go that far yet until some other examples are brought to the table but def one of the dopest…

  45. spotrusherz Says:

    reasonable doubt is a dope album but make no mistake when it came out a lotta heads, especially those raised on the grimy boot camp, mobb (“no r&b bitch singin on our shit”@havoc) wasnt feeling the “aint no nigga” joint and looked at jay as another one of those shiny jiggy bad boy type artists. i know a lotta dudes that only started listening to RD after they heard the blueprint.

  46. Joe 88 Says:

    The intro on Kindom come is one of his best also, the one on Vol.3 was sick too “Hova song”

    Best intro of all times 2pac “Ambitions as a rider” Everyone can remember the first time they heard that intro, pac whispering to start it off, then the beat drops, that shit was so sick to me, & it still rocks

  47. sleep Says:

    A 10 I saw her on south beach last summer never got her name. But u give somebody 10 your saying there nobody that looks better niggas acting like I said she was a 5

  48. b-ease Says:

    I thought “Beach Chair” was the best song on Kingdom Come when it first dropped. Now, I’m not sure if there is a “best” song on Kingdom Come at all. Tried listening to it the other day and just couldnt. Didnt think Jay could make an “unlistenalble” album.

    With that said, “There’s Been a Murder” = Jay’s most underrated song.

  49. spotrusherz Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 2:04 pm
    I’m pretty sure Dynasty intro > better than ALL other intros. But I could be wrong. any examples?

    ^^^

    I wouldnt go that far yet until some other examples are brought to the table but def one of the dopest…

    ^^^

    intro to cuban links with the “the killer” soundtrack sample > any other intro. sam cooke sample on the it was written intro was dope too.

  50. Will U. Ho aka Phil da Advil aka Will Jacksome Jackson aka William Swagspeare aka Dick Widthenberry Says:

    *diddybops into nah with Swag, Temerity and Chutzpah* Yo Whats good bitches! I just wanted to say that I love that Jim Jones Dont Love me No More jawn and what!…….*leaves*

  51. pockets Says:

    who saw my man mayweather fuck up a 7 foot 500 pound dude yesterday, that shit was hilarious

  52. b-ease Says:

    spotrusherz Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 2:06 pm
    reasonable doubt is a dope album but make no mistake when it came out a lotta heads, especially those raised on the grimy boot camp, mobb (”no r&b bitch singin on our shit”@havoc) wasnt feeling the “aint no nigga” joint and looked at jay as another one of those shiny jiggy bad boy type artists. i know a lotta dudes that only started listening to RD after they heard the blueprint.

    ^^^^^^^

    Jay himself acknowledged this : “gave y’all prophecy on my first joint/and you all lamed out”

  53. cMac Says:

    The Prelude
    youtube.com/watch?v=oHo4lRS_Hig

  54. BK2LV Says:

    jay-z vol. 1 intro was up there as well

  55. Will U. Ho aka Phil da Advil aka Will Jacksome Jackson aka William Swagspeare aka Dick Widthenberry Says:

    as another one of those shiny jiggy bad boy type artists

    ^^ GTFOH shiny suits didnt come out till ’97 …………

  56. Joe 88 Says:

    With that said, “There’s Been a Murder” = Jay’s most underrated song.

    The last like 8 songs on that CD was bananas “There’s been a murder” “Watch me feat dr dre”, “NYMP”, “Come & Get Me” etc, that CD was slept on heavy

    Let me think of what I would call Jay’s most underrated song

    *Falls deep into thought*

    *Passes out*

  57. b-ease Says:

    intro to cuban links with the “the killer” soundtrack sample > any other intro. sam cooke sample on the it was written intro was dope too.

    ^^^^

    your name is spotrusherz. how could your favorite intro be anything else?

  58. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    common’s had some nice intro’s…

    also I’m starting to go with common in my top 5 after really thinking about it.

  59. pockets Says:

    at the WWE ppv last nite, big show came out and called mayweather out. mayweather jumped the barracade and stood toe to toe with this giant guy. so wat was supposed to happen was big show was to kneel on knee, mayweather was gonna punch him a couple times and dip out. well he did that, but he actually broke the dudes nose, it was hilarious. the broken nose wasnt planned

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Y3RtEDrlZA

  60. D. Billz Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 1:55 pm
    I think Rev.Run’s oldest daughter is underrated as fuck.

    ^I Love that girl, I would scrap with kimbo slice, Mayweather, & steven segal at the same time for a crack at that ass.

    ^Times is hard, huh?

  61. Joe 88 Says:

    Jim Jones has some dope intro’s too, the joint off his last album & the one before that, the summer joint. Juelz had a classic intro on his first album.

  62. pockets Says:

    ive always like the intro to stillmatic

  63. b-ease Says:

    True, shiny suits didnt come out until ’97, but the image that eventually brought forth shiny suits became crystallized in ’96. (The Roots “what they do”)

  64. Will U. Ho aka Phil da Advil aka Will Jacksome Jackson aka William Swagspeare aka Dick Widthenberry Says:

    pockets needs to read more nahlite ……Okay I am gone……

  65. G7 Says:

    >>Jay-z is IMO still getting better, he always finds a way to reinvent himself, & truthfully, no other rapper has done that period

    ^doing an album based on hustling and using “concept album” as a cover up is reinventing yourself? i think not. smh.

  66. Joe 88 Says:

    lol @ Billz

  67. pockets Says:

    oh shit nvm its in nah lite

  68. b-ease Says:

    Jim Jones has some dope intro’s too, the joint off his last album & the one before that, the summer joint. Juelz had a classic intro on his first album.

    ^^^^
    Classic? I mean, it was dope, but come on…

  69. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    damn I feel this sudden overwhelming aura of Chutzpah in the room.

    *looks around the room*

    oh shit whudup William H. Swaggerton.

  70. b-ease Says:

    Mark Twain Fame Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 2:12 pm
    common’s had some nice intro’s…

    also I’m starting to go with common in my top 5 after really thinking about it.
    ^^^^^^

    Re-bought Like Water for Chocolate a couple weeks ago. Finally found a CD version with D’Angelo’s “Ghetto Heaven” and not Macy Gray’s. Fucking incredible. The Fela interludes, the story telling, “the 6th sense”, the joint with SV…

  71. Joe 88 Says:

    doing an album based on hustling and using “concept album” as a cover up is reinventing yourself? i think not. smh.

    Sighs, only G7, lol. Not just the AG album, think about how different he came (pause) on the blueprint, he was percived as a womanizer before that album came out, that totally change the way ppl looked at him, or when the black album came out, if all your albums sounds different then yeah, your reinventing yourself, & no 2 Jay-Z albums sound the same

  72. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    I liked that spoken word/rap on Bubba Sparxxx Deliverence…

    that shit was nice.

  73. cMac Says:

    # Mark Twain Fame Says:
    February 18th, 2008 at 2:18 pm

    I liked that spoken word/rap on Bubba Sparxxx Deliverence…

    that shit was nice.
    _____

    you would lol
    flickr.com/photos/cmacsutt/2273952796/

  74. b-ease Says:

    I gotta be honest, at this point, Dynasty intro is looking like champ to me…still need more examples though.

  75. cMac Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    February 18th, 2008 at 2:15 pm

    Jim Jones has some dope intro’s too, the joint off his last album & the one before that, the summer joint. Juelz had a classic intro on his first album.
    ‘
    ^^^^
    Classic? I mean, it was dope, but come on…

    ________

    The only way it’s classic is if he’s speaking in terms of dipset music only

  76. Joe 88 Says:

    >Classic? I mean, it was dope, but come on…

    ^Well, I thought it was, he gave his heart on that joint, the beat knocked & his flow was great on “one day”, but I see what you mean comparing it to other timeless classics, but I really fuck wit that album, I think it was the best debut album in the last couple years, not a fan of Ju Ju now, but then yeah he was the man (pause)

  77. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    *watching mayweather blicka*

    this shit is kinda exciting…

  78. Joe 88 Says:

    Lil Wayne “Tha Mobb” was a dope intro also

    The intro on Beanie 2nd album is a classic “nothing like it” OMG he killed that shit, might be his best song

  79. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    *left…*

    *right…*

    *ooohhhh shit!*

    AHHHHHHHH HA HA HA! Big Show got knocked…damn they was all runnin away and shit…classic.

    dudes nose is jacked.

  80. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    damn just that opne last punched busted him…and then his boy is runnin fallin, big show is like steppin on him ha…

    oohohohh weee…ha sorry that shit was funny.

  81. b-ease Says:

    Nothing Like It is def a canidate for Beanie’s best song. But what are our parameters for intros. The first song on an album? A track actually titled “Intro”. Nothing like it works if we go by the former, but not the latter. Going by first track may just make the field too wide.

  82. cMac Says:

    Watch it my niggaz, I’m tryin to be calm but I’m gon’ get richer
    through any means, with that thing that Malcolm palmed in the picture
    Never read the Qu’ran or Islamic scriptures
    Only psalms I read was on the arms of my niggaz
    Tattooed so I carry on like I’m non-religious
    Clap whoever stand between Shawn and figures

  83. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    _____

    you would lol
    flickr.com/photos/cmacsutt/2273952796/

    ^^^

    whuts that suppose to mean mackey!…shit you ole lightskinned ass mutha…lol.

  84. Two-Times Says:

    Dynasty intro was the best ever…. don’t front….

    them lyrics that Joe88 posted were something else…

  85. Plug Says:

    I been tellin cats for years. Cats didnt believe me.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8WXhup8gCo

  86. Joe 88 Says:

    True that ease, it is a difference between a intro, & a song that just so happen to be the first song on the album, he could’ve made it just to make it, but whoever controls the tracklist prolly thought that it’s fit good as being the first song, while some songs you know was made to be the intro i:e Dynasty intro, stillmatic intro etc. So I’d say if the song has that intro feel (pause) to it than it can be a canidate.

    Bleeks intro on hard knock life is a classic

    Bleeks intro on his first album is a classic also

  87. b-ease Says:

    Niggas/ say its the dawn but i’m superstitious
    Shit is as dark as its been/ Nothing has gone as you predicted/
    I move with biscuits
    Stop the heart of niggas acting too suspicious
    This is/ food for thought
    You do the dishes

    Yep…best intro EVER.

  88. Two-Times Says:

    “Im the illest!”

    Havoc “Illest” > whatever you listenin to right now….

  89. Joe 88 Says:

    50 cent intro on GRODT was a classic

    The cheese I stash it, the mack I blast it, D’s come we put the diesal in battery acid

  90. D. Billz Says:

    this organic burrito I’m smashin’ > your lunch

  91. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    the truth is my fav beanie track.

  92. D. Billz Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    February 18th, 2008 at 2:33 pm
    50 cent intro on GRODT was a classic

    ^ what up Blooooood? what up Cuuuuuuz?

    And smh @ that being the 10 year NTG “anniversary” when that dropped. I know these lil’ fake ass gangsters was goin’ wild down here. I was in Harlem at the time and that shit stayed on my Discman.

  93. Two-Times Says:

    the wack thing is Hov probably never does songs like “A week ago” or “dynasty intro” at concerts/shows…

    instead it’s “show me what you got” or “change clothes”….

    that’s wack….
    atleast 50 does “what up gangsta” & “many men” at his shows…

  94. Plug Says:

    143 million pounds. SMH

    tinyurl.com/24cjvn

  95. D. Billz Says:

    Bleeks intro on hard knock life is a classic

    ^That… shit… is… classic. Fuck that… I don’t know too many better intros on hip hop albums. And if there are, his intro on that album is still Top 5.

    waitin’ for my day to come… *Preemo scratches* … just gimme the word (word)

  96. Two-Times Says:

    “They say you can never repay the price for takin´ a man´s life
    I´m in debt with Christ, I done did that twice ”

    same something…..

  97. Two-Times Says:

    “I write my lifestyle, y´all niggas is cheaters
    Your lines come from F.E.D.S, FELON and Don Diva ”

    50…..

  98. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    oh shit…the tangy zip of miracle whip…mmm.

    saw we own the night yesterday, def a dope movie.

  99. truman aka hecktic aka project boy Says:

    somebody please let these mawfukas know that they are not funny…

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