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Video: Hussein Fatal – Pop Like Me

New video from Hussein Fatal of the Outlawz of his new album Born Legendary.


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96 Responses to “Video: Hussein Fatal – Pop Like Me”

  1. Plug Says:

    batches!

  2. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    What it dew?

  3. ninefourteen Says:

    first

  4. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    niiice

  5. chea Says:

    KilluminattI7 Says:

    Daamn man.. Just when I was tryin’ to be niice and gie this cum stain of a stan some credit..

    Looka here doofus, first of all, I question the validity of each and everyone of your statements which you claim are “fact” simply because you read it on thisis50.com (self-evident self-ether)

    2nd, you can already see theat NOOOOOBODY is checkin for Lloyd Banks (except maybe in Austin Texas LMAO)

    Lets see where Banks is in 10 years…

    Probably back to doing Gay porn, at which point I’m sure you’ll be singing his praises once again, and claiming that his first release did craaazy numbers (Yes, you STILL homo)

    For once, do us all AND Your own pride (if there is any left) a Favor and STFU

    ^

    *collapses*

  6. Joe 88 Says:

    The Outlawz > J.R Mafia

    Fatal alone will run threw them niggas & kim like prune juice

  7. yaboy Says:

    BTW,

    mike jones and paul wall debut albums went platinum couple years back…

    so whats that say?

  8. rex hussla Says:

    Let’s be real…every album “flops”. That’s the lamest internet term next to “relevance”. There were maybe 5 albums that didn’t flop last year, and then we base relevance off sales which makes no sense. Why do people even check soundscans anyways? It’s not like anyone on here is buying albums, really though, let’s think about who IS buying albums.

    What do you guys think? Who really buys albums these days?

    I wish there was a way to find a breakdown on who IS buying music these days…my guess is that it’s mostly people with bad taste in general who just try to keep up with what’s “cool”

  9. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    co-sign on moresicka and rex’s comments…good points.

  10. No more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    Damn MTF – I wrote to 2 posts about the show you’ve been asking about , I went in real hard ( none ) and in depth too but I think the shit got ate up and moderated

    idris elba played one of the top d.r.u.g. dealer….s in the show Russell ” stringer ” bell he is defintely on the short list of peoples favorite character from the show

    I’m not writing my 5 season quick review again but the great part about the show is how real it is and how anyone and everyone can relate to something and or someone on it, each season adds a new in depth part of the city that plays a part in the poverty and violence and with each addition they make a seemless transition to not ignore previous storylines or characters, I try not too hard to tell people YOU MUST watch some thing cause I hate being told to but I can’t help it with this show if for nothing else than to raise the standards of TV, seriously do yourself a favor and rent or dowload the season you will thank us all for it

    and those 3 things you were talking about are little prequels they added On Demand to ” further explain ” certain character and why they are the way they are, the show is the best ever at character development and is a a perfect example as a comedic tragic, cause it makes some crazy tragic events into humorous moments or at least finds some humor in them instead of making it too bleek and depressing

  11. rex hussla Says:

    I think we need a new way of thinking…I wouldn’t even say that 25,000 in your first week is flopping unless it’s pretty apparent that your promotions aren’t covered (big budget video, ads everywhere, etc.).

  12. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    hey guys, where can I go to watch or dload all the Wire seasons…let a YT know.

  13. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    The Outlawz > J.R Mafia

    Fatal alone will run threw them niggas & kim like prune juice
    ^^^^
    co-sign

    Young Noble and Mussolini(Big Syke) were also dope

  14. moresickaMC Says:

    oh sheeeeiii….Mayweathers gonna back $20 million in fresh notes frm WWE thing. sweet cookie!

  15. Plug Says:

    I’ve bought 5 albums this month…

  16. Two-Times Says:

    chea Says:

    2x why you always so mad doggie it’s disgustin

    i think you need a woman in your life

    put up a ad on match.com, wear the yellow g-unit sneakers that fif profiled in the cribs episode and a matching g-unit fitted and g-unit tank-top bra

    there has to be a girl out there for you homie i juss know it, a thoroughbred g-unit stanette who adores fif like u

    warhols 50 posters on my whore’s walls…

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

    no gay shit over here….and i good with the ladies…

    but keep throwin them disrespectful insults over here….
    and then see what i will type back…
    make your fruity ass startin cryin real quick…

  17. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    No more ty big’s just call me Kenard Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:36 pm
    Damn MTF – I wrote to 2 posts about the show you’ve been asking about , I went in real hard ( none ) and in depth too but I think the shit got ate up and moderated

    idris elba played one of the top d.r.u.g. dealer….s in the show Russell ” stringer ” bell he is defintely on the short list of peoples favorite character from the show

    I’m not writing my 5 season quick review again but the great part about the show is how real it is and how anyone and everyone can relate to something and or someone on it, each season adds a new in depth part of the city that plays a part in the poverty and violence and with each addition they make a seemless transition to not ignore previous storylines or characters, I try not too hard to tell people YOU MUST watch some thing cause I hate being told to but I can’t help it with this show if for nothing else than to raise the standards of TV, seriously do yourself a favor and rent or dowload the season you will thank us all for it

    and those 3 things you were talking about are little prequels they added On Demand to ” further explain ” certain character and why they are the way they are, the show is the best ever at character development and is a a perfect example as a comedic tragic, cause it makes some crazy tragic events into humorous moments or at least finds some humor in them instead of making it too bleek and depressing

    ^ Co-Sign. Easily the best show on TV.

  18. Foe Show Says:

    Mark Twain Fame Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:37 pm
    hey guys, where can I go to watch or dload all the Wire seasons…let a YT know.

    $$

    YT = whitey?

    i know you’re caucasian and all but such self etherization is not needed

  19. Two-Times Says:

    yaboy Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:33 pm
    BTW,

    mike jones and paul wall debut albums went platinum couple years back…

    so whats that say?

    ^^^^^^^^^

    Good Point… and that means, exactly what it means. They went plantium when the released…

    but im not gonna look like a dumbass like Chea and try to dispute it…

  20. yaboy Says:

    but keep throwin them disrespectful insults over here….
    and then see what i will type back…
    make your fruity ass startin cryin real quick…

    ^

    be real, aint no one crying over comments on a blog…. come on…

  21. rex hussla Says:

    Plug…what albums did you buy?

    I think in the last year or so I bought Big Doe Rehab, the Ruff Draft re-release, and some 12″ singles from the local record shop and that’s IT.

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    >Let’s be real…every album “flops”. That’s the lamest internet term next to “relevance”. There were maybe 5 albums that didn’t flop last year,

    ^Just because everyone flopping it’s not considered flopping? GTFOH, if you went platinum last year & only move 200,000 copies this year what do you call that? Ya’ll don’t buy albums, I brought AG last year, does that mean i’m white, or want what’s cool? smh

    I swear ninjas say anything when there home team is losing

    >and then we base relevance off sales which makes no sense.

    ^Last I checked weezy is the most popular rapper, & he hasn’t hit soundscan since 04′, so that made no sense. Relevance has nothing to do with sales nowadays.

  23. Plug Says:

    BTW,

    mike jones and paul wall debut albums went platinum couple years back…

    so whats that say?
    ———–
    They were bouth excellent albums. I gave both of them 15 bucks. In return they gave me 2 cd’s each. Upgrade ya sound system…

  24. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    thanks Ty…

  25. No more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    also I’m tired of these artists flopped comment EVERYONE is catching bricks

    Jay caught 2 bricks in a row 50 caught a brick the only one who didn’t was Kanye and thats cause they created fake hype and it was about people wanting 50 to retire like he promise he would ( what a shock he lied to us ) as much as them hearing the album, people all said Hell hath No Fury flopped but I read somewhere that at one point it was the most downloaded album ever ( I said one point mother fuckers be easy ) so does that still count as a flop ?

    you people need to realize rap artist don’t make money of their albums they get their name out with albums albums are their own advertisments then they look to bank on touring, movie appreances, commericals product endorsement and all that

    the term of record flopping or catching a brick needs to be retired because it can’t be applied to today’s hip-hop, especially when the best selling hip-hop album is barely hip-hop I mean I loved Graduation Day but that shit had like 2 or 3 straight hip-hop songs on it

  26. Two-Times Says:

    be real, aint no one crying over comments on a blog…. come on…

    ^^^^
    ask Landlord… he started talkin that “gay shit” to me outta nowhere, and next thing you know, he suffers a mental breakdown…

  27. chea Says:

    2x you’re right doggie i’m over here crying in my office

    my secretary juss had to bring me some puff’s plus

    it’s a fucking blog doggie relax and stop catching feelings

    aight yall i’m out

    peace and much love to ya

  28. No more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    @ MTF – no doubt like I said I feel it’s my duty to try and up the standards of TV for everyone and trust The Wire will do that

  29. moresickaMC Says:

    but theres only so long dance-party rap can last…ppl will get tired & start demanding quality n substance.

  30. Joe 88 Says:

    and next thing you know, he suffers a mental breakdown…

    ^lol

  31. Plug Says:

    Plug…what albums did you buy?

    I think in the last year or so I bought Big Doe Rehab, the Ruff Draft re-release, and some 12″ singles from the local record shop and that’s IT.
    ———
    I bought madlib, and a few hidden JAYDEE cd’s, tela’s first album

  32. Two-Times Says:

    @ JOE 88

    Last I checked weezy is the most popular rapper, & he hasn’t hit soundscan since 04′, so that made no sense. Relevance has nothing to do with sales nowadays.

    ^^^^
    Joe88… I can’t agree with that homie….

    who’s more relevant than Kayne West in hiphop right now in the US?…. even 50 comes in 2nd… and Jay 3rd…

    Kayne sales and everything else indicate it…
    unless you got a different way to calcuate relevancy…and that’s cool too

  33. KilluminattI7 Says:

    KilluminattI7 Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:42 pm
    What does banks 2nd album sales have to do with????
    –Banks being the last DEBUT artist from NYC to go platinum

    Are U mad now, cause you don’t have answer to that, and so you gonna try to get disrespectful?, ……….. shows the weakness in your argument

    ^^^
    naah, actually demonstrates I have a better comprehension of how the industry functions…

    Banks debut was in what 2002-2003..? I don’t have time to check thisis50.cm to “verify” but…
    the music industry as a whole and the consumption of retail cd’s in store was MUCH different landscape than it is now.. Not only that but you have to take into consideration who was co-signing the kid..
    Having 50 behind him (figuritively and/ or literally- take your pick) makes/ made all the difference in the world…
    Same way that 50 having Eminiem, who in turn had Dre, who in turn had Jimmy Iovine and Interscope/ whoever behind em also guaranteed that at the very least would get a STRONG push from their marketing/ branding arm etc etc..

    Open your eyes and Look at the whole Big Picture buddy.. its a lot of factors that go into the equation

  34. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    @ Ty

    Graduation had more Hip-Hop songs then that, but I see where you were headed with it.

  35. Joe 88 Says:

    Flopping is flopping, period. Just because it’s happening to everybody don’t change anything.

  36. spoonyluvs mistress Says:

    What it is everybody

    *disregards all the fuckery on here today*

    ayo ty….I see you mentioned you going to the album release in earlier posts…you still going?

  37. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    BTW,

    mike jones and paul wall debut albums went platinum couple years back…

    so whats that say?
    ———–
    They were bouth excellent albums. I gave both of them 15 bucks. In return they gave me 2 cd’s each. Upgrade ya sound system…
    ^^^^
    Slim Thug’s cd was good so was Paul Wall’s, Mike Jone’s cd was just aight

    Houston was running hip hop for a minute

    too bad Z-Ro and Trae didn’t get any shine

  38. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    ayy Ty what 3 things was I tlaking about again?…

    ######################################

    Foe Show Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:39 pm
    Mark Twain Fame Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:37 pm
    hey guys, where can I go to watch or dload all the Wire seasons…let a YT know.

    $$

    YT = whitey?

    i know you’re caucasian and all but such self etherization is not needed

    ^^^

    ha, where you been I been saying that since I got on here…I got it from my homie Meka.

    aint no ether…jsut a weird random way of writing whitey.

    and yeah…def into the self ether…thats my style self deprication helps…cause then you dont tkae shit to seriously and also dont get aggy when people talk ish on you…ya dig.

  39. moresickaMC Says:

    Ive just had a shocking revelation. no hate but in this decade that the south has ruled there have been almost no classic albums. thats disturbing.

    its a gift & a curse…the south in their quest to rule the airwaves forgot quality @ home

  40. Plug Says:

    FYI: them instamentals come in handy when the youngans be in the car. you can still have some good music playin but without cursin.

  41. No more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    * daps madeinmilwakee * whats good homie

    co-sign Rex we need to eliminate the concept of an album flopping see my above post

    MTF _ you can find the shit up on a bunch of torrent websites but i don’t know how to do that shit so I don’t fuck with it ( make sure you start from season 1 though it will be much better ) someone on here has to be able to hook it up for you, if not just rent them from blockbuster or netflix or some shit, buying them is MAD expensive some are only 50 $ but others are 80 – 90 $

  42. Dem Says:

    and next thing you know, he suffers a mental breakdown…

    ^ *mental health ward floor*

  43. Foe Show Says:

    ha, where you been I been saying that since I got on here…I got it from my homie Meka.

    aint no ether…jsut a weird random way of writing whitey.

    and yeah…def into the self ether…thats my style self deprication helps…cause then you dont tkae shit to seriously and also dont get aggy when people talk ish on you…ya dig.

    $$

    i dunno… don’t mind me. I’m just playin around

  44. moresickaMC Says:

    # Two-Times Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:45 pm

    @ JOE 88

    Last I checked weezy is the most popular rapper, & he hasn’t hit soundscan since 04′, so that made no sense. Relevance has nothing to do with sales nowadays.

    ^^^^
    Joe88… I can’t agree with that homie….

    who’s more relevant than Kayne West in hiphop right now in the US?…. even 50 comes in 2nd… and Jay 3rd…

    Kayne sales and everything else indicate it…
    unless you got a different way to calcuate relevancy…and that’s cool too
    ^^^
    I agree…wayne is still only popular in the U.S

  45. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    moresickaMC Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:47 pm
    Ive just had a shocking revelation. no hate but in this decade that the south has ruled there have been almost no classic albums. thats disturbing.

    its a gift & a curse…the south in their quest to rule the airwaves forgot quality @ home

    ^ I disagree. Their are at least 10 that have come out.

  46. Joe 88 Says:

    @2x

    Okay, i’ll give you that, kanye is more relevant, but that also depends on who your talking to. But you gotta look at it like this, Wayne has been crowned “Hottest rapper out” by MTV with no album, it’s possible to say that Kanye = Wayne in popularity. I put it like this, when you go to the local bootleg man the first artist he says he got that new shit of, that’s who’s the most relevant, lol

  47. Two-Times Says:

    KilluminattI7 Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:45 pm
    KilluminattI7 Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:42 pm
    What does banks 2nd album sales have to do with????
    –Banks being the last DEBUT artist from NYC to go platinum

    Are U mad now, cause you don’t have answer to that, and so you gonna try to get disrespectful?, ……….. shows the weakness in your argument

    ^^^
    naah, actually demonstrates I have a better comprehension of how the industry functions…

    Banks debut was in what 2002-2003..? I don’t have time to check thisis50.cm to “verify” but…
    the music industry as a whole and the consumption of retail cd’s in store was MUCH different landscape than it is now.. Not only that but you have to take into consideration who was co-signing the kid..
    Having 50 behind him (figuritively and/ or literally- take your pick) makes/ made all the difference in the world…
    Same way that 50 having Eminiem, who in turn had Dre, who in turn had Jimmy Iovine and Interscope/ whoever behind em also guaranteed that at the very least would get a STRONG push from their marketing/ branding arm etc etc..

    Open your eyes and Look at the whole Big Picture buddy.. its a lot of factors that go into the equation

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

    now you talkin… see when you say talk like that, it will open my eyes to the big picture…and open my eyes to the things I may have overlooked or been inaccurate about

    I agree with most of what u sayin….and my orginial pt was really that 50 said that quote and Banks be the last plat artist, was that i think basically 50 got NYC in a chokehold, and if you a new artist coming out in NY the chances of you makin it big, without 50 are not good…
    there are exceptions though…. like i said Jay counts… if you sign to Jay you got a better chance to make it

  48. KilluminattI7 Says:

    awww shit biggup my manz Hussein Fatal IRVINGTON Staand the Flluck up
    HAHA

  49. b-ease Says:

    All the hip hop artists who have decent numbers the past two years have predated the Soundscan era. TI and Kanye included. There is still such a thing as flopping but to say the definition hasnt changed simply isnt true. Breihan wrote a pretty dope article about something similar on status aint hood today.

  50. No more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    spoonyluvs mistress Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:46 pm
    What it is everybody

    *disregards all the fuckery on here today*

    ayo ty….I see you mentioned you going to the album release in earlier posts…you still going?

    …….ashamed to say it but i don’t think I can make it, I got some sit I need to take care of tonight, fortunitly it’s near the city so if I can get it done early enough I’m there but I got a piss test on Monday so I got to be sober and thats definitely killing a lot of my motivation to go see a show, I’ve never been to a show sober …..but I’m a try my hardest to get this shit done and get there anyway

    @ made – yeah I know I like to exagerate for effect sometimes

  51. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    Whats good TY?

  52. Two-Times Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    I put it like this, when you go to the local bootleg man the first artist he says he got that new shit of, that’s who’s the most relevant, lol

    ^^^^

    Word… I can buy that…

  53. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    let me see…hip hop albums I bought this year…hmmm BDR, The Cool,…yeah that might be it.

    and soem random jazz and rock albums…

    I might pick back up though…gotta cop me some Madlib jawnts, maybe that erykah, Saigon if it drops, Roots, Budden, a few others I cant think of right now.

  54. b-ease Says:

    sorry, i meant to say “download/ringtone era” not Soundscan…

  55. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Okay, i’ll give you that, kanye is more relevant, but that also depends on who your talking to. But you gotta look at it like this, Wayne has been crowned “Hottest rapper out” by MTV with no album, it’s possible to say that Kanye = Wayne in popularity. I put it like this, when you go to the local bootleg man the first artist he says he got that new shit of, that’s who’s the most relevant, lol
    ^^^^
    co-sign

    Wayne’s got a million mixtapes out and he’s always featured on everyones singles too

  56. Paperstacker Says:

    The flopping talk is silly. Only rap fans judge their music by its sales. But whatever..

    And Jay flopped last album, did dude ever go platinum? Last I heard he was at 650,000 total, lol when Nas is selling more than you today (800,000+ for HHID) you really flopped.

  57. moresickaMC Says:

    my classic rap albums this decade…

    -Get rich or fie trying
    -late registration
    -blueprint
    -stillmatic
    -black album
    -American gangster
    -below the heavens

    …….most great rap albums this decade were early in the decade before rap took a turn 4 the worse

  58. Joe 88 Says:

    Ive just had a shocking revelation. no hate but in this decade that the south has ruled there have been almost no classic albums. thats disturbing.

    ^Once again, it depends on your taste, scarface “The fix” was a classic, IMO T.I “Trap Muzik” is definently a classic, Boosie & Webbie “Gangsta music” was also Juvenile “400 degrees” etc, but it all depends on what you like

    LF: I was listening to 50 GRODT, I can’t hate, that’s a classic album

  59. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    whut up silver spoons.

  60. Plug Says:

    yall smokin lemonheads if you think the south has no classic albums.

    *calls scarface, outkast and bun for an emergency conference call*

  61. 456 Says:

    Ive just had a shocking revelation. no hate but in this decade that the south has ruled there have been almost no classic albums. thats disturbing.

    its a gift & a curse…the south in their quest to rule the airwaves forgot quality @ home

    ^nonsense.

  62. moresickaMC Says:

    -Get rich or fie trying
    ^^
    *die*

  63. b-ease Says:

    This year I copped Lupe, Ghost, Red, Prodigy, Kanye, Jay, Face and Little Brother. I think that’s it as far as new joints.

    Also rebought The Beatnuts Musical Massacre for like 4.99 at a used CD spot. Dope as fuck.

  64. spoonyluvs mistress Says:

    …….ashamed to say it but i don’t think I can make it, I got some sit I need to take care of tonight, fortunitly it’s near the city so if I can get it done early enough I’m there but I got a piss test on Monday so I got to be sober and thats definitely killing a lot of my motivation to go see a show, I’ve never been to a show sober …..but I’m a try my hardest to get this shit done and get there anyway

    ^^ ok…no doubt…if you come thru holla at me…I’ll prolly be the brightest bitch there looking like a straight weirdo coming to the club looking like a schoolteacher

    I’m out tho

    *hoodrat crickets*

    continue on with the fuckery

  65. Joe 88 Says:

    Juelz “From me to you” is a classic, fuck that, i’m standing by that

    *Ghost*

  66. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    I ‘m with the Fix, Trap Muzik, and 400 degreez beign classics…

    still in all that cash money weirdness and wayne fuckery…those mannie fresh beats were always dope…I think he had the most music talent out of that CM camp.

    I thought 400 degreez was dope…imo.

  67. Plug Says:

    Only east coast ninjas would say the south had no classic albums. nobody else. only east coast.

  68. moresickaMC Says:

    # Plug Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:54 pm

    yall smokin lemonheads if you think the south has no classic albums.

    *calls scarface, outkast and bun for an emergency conference call*
    ^^^
    not ever..im talkin about this decade. in fact has any south album got an official classic rating frm any publication this decade?

  69. Dem Says:

    ironically, ive been bumpin the fix and power of the $ almost exclusively this week.

    the fix isnt even a classic in the south, it’s a classic PERIOD. blueprint/chronic 2001 status.

  70. Sean Coonery Says:

    Paperstacker is my fav. Nahrighter of all time….No Bangbros…

  71. Two-Times Says:

    I just waitin for next ‘Jay-Z’ to drop another Blueprint or the next ’50 Cent’ to drop a GRODT, or even the next “Nas” to drop another “IT Was Written”

    bottom line, 50 or even Jay is never again going to drop another GRODT or Blueprint

    music marks time, and that was those times for Jay & 50..
    they were in totally different mindsets then, and that’s what pushed them to put out material like that…..

    i can’t expect them to go back to that mindset, it’s almost impossible..

    i waitin for the next version of Jay, Nas, 50 to drop that classic album

  72. Joe 88 Says:

    Plug Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:56 pm
    Only east coast ninjas would say the south had no classic albums. nobody else. only east coast.

    ^Yep

  73. No more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    Mark Twain Fame Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:46 pm
    ayy Ty what 3 things was I tlaking about again?…

    the young Omar shit, it also has one detailing 2 of the cops first meeting and something else i forgot

  74. b-ease Says:

    to Paperstacker :

    Last I checked Jay was at about 970,000. Which is not bad considering the fact that “Roc Boys” didnt cross over and contrary to most peoples beliefs, jay usually does a little under 2 mill (Blueprint, Black Album, Dynasty)

  75. 456 Says:

    *cranks jeezy’s ‘standing ovation’

  76. rex hussla Says:

    Damn Joe…don’t take what I said personal homie, of course some people who buy albums know whats going on.

    We just need new numbers to evaluate who’s flopping.

    It’s a new day out here. Remember when you’d take a chance on an album? You would go to the store to pick up one specific album and leave with 3 or 4 just to check the other ones out? I don’t think people are doing that these days. Remember when people would buy an album for a couple of tracks? Hell the fuck no that isn’t happening anymore.

    I think if you have no promotion, no video, and you sell 50,000 you’re doing alright.

    If you do the same numbers on a big budget, with all the big producers, big video, payola radio play, that might be a flop.

    You can’t compare a newly released albums’ sales to an artists previous numbers. It doesn’t make any sense.

    Sure, it helps in an argument on the internet to bring up sales, but just saying everything is flopping is foolish.

  77. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    I mean I can see that the south has borught out alot of bull crap but also they have some quality artists and do have classic albums.

  78. Sean Coonery Says:

    Favorite Nahrighters of All Time (Top 5 Lurking or Logged On)
    1. Landlord
    2. D.Billz
    3. Nation
    4. cOLDplayreggaetonslasher
    5. Paperstacker

  79. 456 Says:

    Plug Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:56 pm
    Only east coast ninjas would say the south had no classic albums. nobody else. only east coast.

    ^Yep

    ^yep yep

  80. moresickaMC Says:

    aint no way 400 degreez was a classic….it got avg reviews

  81. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    moresickaMC Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:53 pm
    my classic rap albums this decade…

    -Get rich or fie trying
    -late registration
    -blueprint
    -stillmatic
    -black album
    -American gangster
    -below the heavens

    …….most great rap albums this decade were early in the decade before rap took a turn 4 the worse

    ^ The Fix, Trap Musik, Dirty Money all are classic

  82. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    recent southern classics
    Thug Motivation 101
    Trap Muzic
    Restless
    Let The Truth Be Told

  83. Two-Times Says:

    rex hussla Says:

    You can’t compare a newly released albums’ sales to an artists previous numbers. It doesn’t make any sense.

    ^^^
    Cosign

  84. No more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    Joe 88 Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:57 pm
    Plug Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:56 pm
    Only east coast ninjas would say the south had no classic albums. nobody else. only east coast.

    ^Yep

    nope only retarded ninjas would say that shit you won’t hear any east coast ninjas with sense say some shit like that

  85. b-ease Says:

    The Fix I can agree with, but we’re gonna call that an exception. “Trap Music” is just REALLY dope, not classic. That word gets thrown around too damn much.

    Now, with that said, I co-sign 456. Unless I missed a classic Southern hip hop album thats been released since 2001, which i would be more than happy to admit to if somebody could give some examples.

  86. moresickaMC Says:

    # Mark Twain Fame Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:59 pm

    I mean I can see that the south has borught out alot of bull crap but also they have some quality artists and do have classic albums.
    ^^^
    this decade? not the past…outkast have 2 or 3 classics for sure, face has @ least 1. but that was the 90s

  87. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    No more ty big’s just call me Kenard Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 4:58 pm
    Mark Twain Fame Says:
    February 26th, 2008 at 4:46 pm
    ayy Ty what 3 things was I tlaking about again?…

    the young Omar shit, it also has one detailing 2 of the cops first meeting and something else i forgot

    ^^^

    oh okay yeah thats right ha…sorry brain fart for a sec.

    *daps*

    ayyy you know where I can dload or watch the wire seasons…

  88. Plug Says:

    not ever..im talkin about this decade. in fact has any south album got an official classic rating frm any publication this decade?
    ————-
    you really are on lemonheads if you wait on the media to tell you whats classic. Buns solo cd was one of the greatest cd’s ever…

    *stands firm*

  89. Sean Coonery Says:

    Didn’t Nicekicks.com used to sell fake kicks from hong kong?

    Why is a company that sells counterfeit items sponsoring Nahright.com, or that used to?

    SMH @ Eskay…

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

    ask Landlord… he started talkin that “gay shit” to me outta nowhere, and next thing you know, he suffers a mental breakdown…

    ^^^

    *puts on straight jacket* *jump into waterfilled tank* *realizes never recieved Magician Master’s*

  91. yaboy Says:

    LMFAO @ boosie and webbie having a classic album…

  92. Joe 88 Says:

    I can dig it rex, I can agree with that. I remember those days (copping like 4 albums just because) & it’s not like that any more, I actually don’t care if my artist flop or not, a rapper isnt gonna just stop rapping to work the drive thru @ Mickey D’s, so I know i’ll hear some new shit from em, & maybe it’ll be better since he has a chip on his shoulder. Only # I knew about last years was KanYe, 50, & Plies, only reason I knew Plies # was because ninjas was surprised at how many units he moved in this day & age.

    Bottom line: Joe88 don’t give a fuck if a artist sells, never have, never will, I actually want all my favorites to flop, the music is better when there broke (c) eskay

  93. MadeInMIlwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    moresickaMC Says:

    February 26th, 2008 at 5:00 pm
    aint no way 400 degreez was a classic….it got avg reviews

    ^ That albums was a classic. Forget reviews, you still that album in the summertime.

  94. b-ease Says:

    yeah, Thug Motivation was good, but classic? Really? you can listen to all of those 18 songs straight thru and not get bored. I dont believe that.

  95. b-ease Says:

    yeah, Thug Motivation was good, but classic? Really? you can listen to all of those 18 songs straight thru and not get bored? I dont believe that.

  96. sleep Says:

    The standards have been set so low by these wack rapper that people call anything that alittle above average a classics. Neggas use the word classic within 2 days of hearing the album

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