Video: Snoop Dogg – Life of Da Party

Featuring Too Short & Mistah F.A.B.


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  1. G7 Says:

    okay pt 2

  2. PHOENIXXX Says:

    i hate this song

    I’m no longer looking forward to this album just cuz of this song

  3. Two-Times Says:

    Snoops album is nice…

    I will be coppin it tommorrow…

  4. D. Billz Says:

    lmao @ G7

    Ol’ F5’in ass ninja…

  5. D. Billz Says:

    Paperstacker Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 9:23 pm
    Niggas believe ballerina P? That nigga is full of so much shit you can’t even argue with what he says. It’s like arguing with a muthafucka that believes in aliens. P’s statements are the equivalent of that. Straight laughable bullshit.

    ^So you’re sayin’ there’s no aliens?

  6. G7 Says:

    Too Short is one of the the most garbage respected rappers ever. still got that early 70’s delivery.

  7. D. Billz Says:

    Too Short on “A Week Ago” > his career

  8. Two-Times Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 9:34 pm
    Too Short on “A Week Ago” > his career

    ^^^
    hah!… i remember sayin to myself “yo, why did Jay even put him on that song…he just repeated a couple of jay’s words and talked at the end…

    but that song is still classic….

  9. G7 Says:

    ^co-sign

  10. Plug Says:

    got it greeny.

    *does Tiger Woods arm movement*

  11. G7 Says:

    co-sign billz and two

  12. D. Billz Says:

    Plug Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 9:37 pm
    got it greeny.

    *does Tiger Woods arm movement*

    ^lol

    They can’t stand him right now. He is winning everything again.

  13. Plug Says:

    Too Short on “A Week Ago” > jay z rappin on “A week Ago”

  14. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Why is that hip-hop muthafuckas stay spellin shit wrong on purpose? I know hip-hop is about non-conformity, about going against what’s viewed as ‘correct’ by (white) society but spellin ‘the’ as ‘da’ is BOLLOCKS I tell youse. (no shots aimed at SKDAMC aka Da Partystarter) Since when is grammar not hip-hop?

  15. G7 Says:

    >>Too Short on “A Week Ago” > jay z rappin on “A week Ago”

    ^LMAO…*tears of laughter pour out eyes*

  16. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Too Short played “Hustler Number 4” in the Players Ball scene in “The Mack”.

  17. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Oh and there’s points available if you can pick out the hypocrisy in my last post.

  18. Two-Times Says:

    EnglandRepresent Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 9:41 pm
    Why is that hip-hop muthafuckas stay spellin shit wrong on purpose?

    ^^^^^

    Im a hustla…

  19. Plug Says:

    yall hatin on short dog now? if I wasnt downloadin Id log off

  20. EnglandRepresent Says:

    And just to clear a few things up from the weekend’s posting by Es. The 2 .22’s In My Shoes post was the best one Nah has seen for a minute, that Roots joint featuring Dice Raw and Peedi Crack is ridiculous and Black Thought nails it.

    And big up to Eskay for doin his thing over at XXL and givin them the ol’ ‘fuck you’. Good luck hombre.

  21. EnglandRepresent Says:

    3 points awarded to Two *daps*

  22. D. Billz Says:

    lol @ Plug

    DPS… What it is?

  23. Two-Times Says:

    EngRep… waddup…

  24. G7 Says:

    what’s goodie Eng?

  25. green eyes Says:

    i heart too short

    hi eng!

  26. Da PartyStarter Says:

    (no shots aimed at SKDAMC aka Da Partystarter) Since when is grammar not hip-hop?

    ^^^

    Wassup, EngRep? I’m excused, I have a speech impediment. lol

  27. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Wassup Billz? I switched plantations…again… I swear I’m seachin’ for the perfect that’ll let a cat chill until I complete my degree.

  28. Boosie Says:

    Boosie Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 9:53 pm

    As I read through all the statements of comparing this rapper to that rapper, I remove myself from inside the depth of the cerebral environment, and I wonder what it all means?

    What bearing does it have if Budden is better than P?…..What does it benefit us if a certain rapper is better than the other?…Why has this banter been going on in the generation that I’m born of?….

    Does music have this much effect where we have cyber sparring matches about which entertainer is better than this entertainer?…Is there room for liking both parties….

    Are we aloud to listen to Young Joc, soulja boy, Masta Killa and Uncle Murder?…Does that make one sociallly stigmatized if they’re music has ranges within the rap world….

    What is hip-hop? and what has it become?….Is hip-hop only a blip on urban black music, or can it last?…..Is it bad if hip-hop is dead?….Why are there such strong feelings and violent passions within a genre of hip-hop?

    These are the truths that I’m searching for.

  29. BK2LV Says:

    billz what it do……

    im just trying to get these flyers together whats ur email ill show u what the 75% done product looks like

  30. D. Billz Says:

    BK2LV Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 9:56 pm
    billz what it do……

    im just trying to get these flyers together whats ur email ill show u what the 75% done product looks like

    ^Bet. dtb7881@hotmail.com

  31. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Stewie: I need some cool W-HIP.

    Brian: What did you just say?

    Stewie: I said this pie needs some cool W-HIP.

    Brian: You mean cool WIP.

    Stewie: Yes, cool W-HIP

    Brian: Say :”WIP”

    Stewie: “W-HIP”

    England Rep, you ol’ Stewie lookin’ ass ninja…LOL

  32. Plug Says:

    mayweather just came out on raw wit the I get money thems song

  33. Ben Says:

    Song sucks.

    Video sucks.

  34. BK2LV Says:

    billz sent it let me know

  35. Boosie Says:

    EnglandRepresent Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 9:41 pm

    Why is that hip-hop muthafuckas stay spellin shit wrong on purpose? I know hip-hop is about non-conformity, about going against what’s viewed as ‘correct’ by (white) society but spellin ‘the’ as ‘da’ is BOLLOCKS I tell youse. (no shots aimed at SKDAMC aka Da Partystarter) Since when is grammar not hip-hop?
    ________________________________________________________

    The (t-h) sound has always been reduced to da in african american vernacular english…It’s always been part of our dialect…The th sound has been dropped because it takes less effort to pronounce Da….In pronouncing the (th) the tip of your tongue uses more muscles to pronounce it…In pronouncing “Da”….Your tongue reaches the roof of your mouth and extends forward slightly and has considerable less effort…

    The “th” sound is hard for other countries to pronounce that is why you hear foreigners say “ting for thing”…In earlier books african americans could not say the “th” sound as well so they had to compensate and say da…which is easier to say and thus they wrote their words phonetically..

  36. Two-Times Says:

    Plug Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 10:01 pm
    mayweather just came out on raw wit the I get money thems song

    ^^^^
    you already know… what else you think he gonna come out to?.lol.. he getting millions for doin that show… 50 gonna bring him out again later

  37. D. Billz Says:

    Boosie Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 9:55 pm
    Boosie Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 9:53 pm

    As I read through all the statements of comparing this rapper to that rapper, I remove myself from inside the depth of the cerebral environment, and I wonder what it all means?

    What bearing does it have if Budden is better than P?…..What does it benefit us if a certain rapper is better than the other?…Why has this banter been going on in the generation that I’m born of?….

    ^Everybody likes to defend what they like, doesn’t matter if it’s music, politics, food, etc. Nahright is like any other forum that’s designated for a specific purpose. It’s a hip hop blog, therefore, what else would be expected as topic of discussion? I’m gettin’ lessons via video footage on one site and shootin’ the shit with the Nahggers on another.

    >>Does music have this much effect where we have cyber sparring matches about which entertainer is better than this entertainer?…Is there room for liking both parties….

    ^Of course there’s room for liking both. But competition brings forth a certain element that’s enjoyable, i.e. sports.

    >>Are we aloud to listen to Young Joc, soulja boy, Masta Killa and Uncle Murder?…Does that make one sociallly stigmatized if they’re music has ranges within the rap world….

    ^Yes, we are allowed. But the best sparring comes from being able to defend the music you like on a intellectual level. Hence, why certain artists get thrown under the bus because it’s hard to explain their position. Can we just listen to somethin’ just to listen to it? Sure. I like Uncle Murda and Lupe one in the same. But we also have people that are extreme Left and extreme Right which is often the origin of conflict. No medium.

    >>What is hip-hop? and what has it become?….Is hip-hop only a blip on urban black music, or can it last?…..Is it bad if hip-hop is dead?….Why are there such strong feelings and violent passions within a genre of hip-hop?

    ^Art imitates life: the gang population for Black/Latins is growin’, poverty is rising, unemployment rates rising. And all of the Black men would have to die for hip hop to die, so no, it isn’t dead. And “dead” is still an objective term.

    >>These are the truths that I’m searching for.

    ^Start with yourself, first.

  38. Plug Says:

    big show just threw mayweather 80 feet in the air. bafoonery at its best

  39. Da PartyStarter Says:

    What is hip-hop? and what has it become?….Is hip-hop only a blip on urban black music, or can it last?…..Is it bad if hip-hop is dead?….Why are there such strong feelings and violent passions within a genre of hip-hop?

    ^^^^
    Your definition of Hip-Hop is what YOU make it. Just know that absolutely, Hip-Hop DEFINES pop culture now. The BAD part is we have muffukkas defining Hip-Hop that know NOTHING of the culture. That’s OUR fault.

    Hip-Hop to ME is:
    D.Jing
    Breaking
    M.C.ing
    Grafitti
    Knowledge
    Hip Hop is ALSO the struggle, the pain, the anger, the murder of my son’s brother, the murder of my godmother, my boy Ty dyin’ from the Monster.

    Hip -Hop is joy, the birth of my son, the first day of summer, the last day of school,the FIRST time I heard “Sucka M.C.’s”,seeing Jazzy Jeff at a house party, seeing the Roots rock a Black Sabbath jawn in a Hip-Hop way.

    Hip-Hop is five deep in the squatter, two deep in the coupe, holding on to hand straps, hoppin’ the turnstile.

    Hip-Hop is that cypher in the middle of the school yard, rippin’
    the mike at a block party, gettin’ caught by your moms breakin’ in the hall at school, blue lights in the basement, dollar parties in the ‘jects.
    Hip-Hop is Madison Square Garden, The Rose Garden, Staples Center, The Wachovia Center, the MCI arena.

    Hip-hop is finding that rare pressing of “Original Stylin'” by Three Times Dope. Hip-Hop is mix tapes, purple tapes and mixed cds.
    Hip-Hop is alot of things to many people.

  40. D. Billz Says:

    BK2LV… Flyer looks official. Definitely looks like an event worth checkin’ for.

  41. Plug Says:

    Newspaper Report: NY Governor Involved With Prostitute
    By Barbara Schoetzau
    New York
    10 March 2008

    New York Governor Eliot Spitzer has publicly apologized for acting inappropriately, but has not specify the actions. From VOA’s New York Bureau, correspondent Barbara Schoetzau reports the Governor’s comments follow a New York Times article linking him to a prostitution ring.

    Last week, federal prosecutors in New York charged four people with running a high priced prostitution ring that catered to wealthy American and European clients. Some of the prostitutes charged as much as $5,500 per hour and their bodies could be viewed on the Internet in advance.

    Now the New York Times is reporting that prosecutors have a wiretap of Governor Spitzer making arrangements with a prostitute. In a brief statement, Spitzer neither confirmed nor denied the report, referring only to a “private matter.”

    “I have acted in a way that violated my obligations to my family and violated my or any sense of right and wrong. I apologize first, and most importantly, to my family. I apologize to the public whom I promised better,” he said.

    New Yorkers and political observers were stunned by the news. Spitzer, a Democrat, swept into office as governor in 2006 after eight years as a crime busting, headline winning attorney general, taking on organized crime, white collar crime on Wall Street and also prostitution rings. He was known as “Mr. Clean,” but was also sometimes criticized as self-righteous and moralistic. As governor, he has had a contentious relationship with the Republican-led State Senate and has had to back down on several proposals.

    Spitzer is married with three children.

  42. G7 Says:

    big show = elephant in the squared circle

  43. Wavy Shprocketts Says:

    just watched those BIG auditions (no youtubery @ the plantation)

    es you have a long and prosperous career in acting ahead of you…for me to poop on (c) conan

    lolol

  44. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Plug Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:17 pm

    Newspaper Report: NY Governor Involved With Prostitute
    By Barbara Schoetzau
    New York
    10 March 2008

    ^^^
    This shit been on MSNBC all evening. Um..wasn’t he the “tough on crime” governor? SMH at these trick ass tricks…

  45. D. Billz Says:

    Wavy Shprocketts Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 10:18 pm
    just watched those BIG auditions

    ^Who did say now what?

  46. BK2LV Says:

    @billz good looks

    yeah trying to get everyone there nah right bbq in vegas….

  47. Boosie Says:

    >>These are the truths that I’m searching for.

    ^Start with yourself, first.
    _________________________________________

    For what? we’re talking about urban music

  48. Da PartyStarter Says:

    # BK2LV Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:20 pm

    @billz good looks

    yeah trying to get everyone there nah right bbq in vegas….
    ^^^

    What Nah bbq? I’ll bring the ice and some napkins…lol

  49. Plug Says:

    This shit been on MSNBC all evening. Um..wasn’t he the “tough on crime” governor? SMH at these trick ass tricks…
    ——
    itll be interesting to see if they throw him under a bus like they did detroits mayor.

  50. D. Billz Says:

    Boosie Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 10:21 pm
    >>These are the truths that I’m searching for.

    ^Start with yourself, first.
    _________________________________________

    For what? we’re talking about urban music

    ^Right. And your questions are all subjective so it’s up to the individual to decide how he/she feels about the state of the music and where it’s going. For some it’s not that serious, for others it’s detrimental, and there are a few who just don’t give a damn, and even less percent who have no opinion about it.

    Me, for instance: I listen to what I like, I explain why it appeals to me, and I disregard whatever it is I don’t care for. The end.

  51. Ghost Writer Says:

    Da PartyStarter Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 10:00 pm
    Stewie: I need some cool W-HIP.

    Brian: What did you just say?

    Stewie: I said this pie needs some cool W-HIP.

    Brian: You mean cool WIP.

    Stewie: Yes, cool W-HIP

    Brian: Say :”WIP”

    Stewie: “W-HIP”

    England Rep, you ol’ Stewie lookin’ ass ninja…LOL

    ^
    Lmao……I was just thinking about that shit…..

  52. Da PartyStarter Says:

    # Plug Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:24 pm

    This shit been on MSNBC all evening. Um..wasn’t he the “tough on crime” governor? SMH at these trick ass tricks…
    ——
    itll be interesting to see if they throw him under a bus like they did detroits mayor.

    ^^^
    They got dude by the short and curlies. But UNLIKE “urban” leaders, he’ll resign to a cushy 7 figure “consultant” job in the private sector. “They” take care of their “own”….

  53. Wavy Shprocketts Says:

    @ billz – it’s still on the front page of nah, at the bottom

    @ the party in vegas idea: i’ll bring the belly dancers

    no homo but i want to meet all the cats on NR, shit would be mad fun

  54. Boosie Says:

    ^Everybody likes to defend what they like, doesn’t matter if it’s music, politics, food, etc. Nahright is like any other forum that’s designated for a specific purpose. It’s a hip hop blog, therefore, what else would be expected as topic of discussion? I’m gettin’ lessons via video footage on one site and shootin’ the shit with the Nahggers on another.

    >>Does music have this much effect where we have cyber sparring matches about which entertainer is better than this entertainer?…Is there room for liking both parties….

    ^Of course there’s room for liking both. But competition brings forth a certain element that’s enjoyable, i.e. sports.

    >>Are we aloud to listen to Young Joc, soulja boy, Masta Killa and Uncle Murder?…Does that make one sociallly stigmatized if they’re music has ranges within the rap world….

    ^Yes, we are allowed. But the best sparring comes from being able to defend the music you like on a intellectual level. Hence, why certain artists get thrown under the bus because it’s hard to explain their position. Can we just listen to somethin’ just to listen to it? Sure. I like Uncle Murda and Lupe one in the same. But we also have people that are extreme Left and extreme Right which is often the origin of conflict. No medium.

    >>What is hip-hop? and what has it become?….Is hip-hop only a blip on urban black music, or can it last?…..Is it bad if hip-hop is dead?….Why are there such strong feelings and violent passions within a genre of hip-hop?

    ^Art imitates life: the gang population for Black/Latins is growin’, poverty is rising, unemployment rates rising. And all of the Black men would have to die for hip hop to die, so no, it isn’t dead. And “dead” is still an objective term.
    _____________________________________________________

    So who is hip-hop?….Does hip-hop explain every black man’s struggle?
    Were cats getting locked up before hip-hop came into existence?

    Why does hip-hop have such a profound meaning to some…What is it about hip-hop that invokes such passion and violence?

    Why do we spar to the level of violence and such angerness?

    WHy is hip-hop the only music of discussion where one defends someone’s life to extremeties?…..What is the nebulous force that hip-hop has….

    these are the truths I am searching for.

  55. D. Billz Says:

    *watches Biggie audition*

    LMAO @ the white chick

    I play Black men all the time

    *ceases laughter abruptly*

  56. Da PartyStarter Says:

    WHy is hip-hop the only music of discussion where one defends someone’s life to extremeties?…..What is the nebulous force that hip-hop has….

    ^^^

    Because so many folks don’t take Hip-Hop seriously when Hip-Hop ,as a culture, has saved AND ended so many lives. Hip-Hop and Jazz are the ONLY truely American art forms than happen to have been created by Black folks. And because Black life (ESPECIALLY Black Men) is devalued, Hip-Hop IS devalued and Jazz was once devalued. It’s a cultural struggle at it’s roots.

    And PLEASE cool out with the big words(nebulous). I went to PUBLIC school. lol

  57. Boosie Says:

    D. Billz Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:25 pm

    Boosie Says:

    March 10th, 2008 at 10:21 pm
    >>These are the truths that I’m searching for.

    ^Start with yourself, first.
    _________________________________________

    For what? we’re talking about urban music

    ^Right. And your questions are all subjective so it’s up to the individual to decide how he/she feels about the state of the music and where it’s going. For some it’s not that serious, for others it’s detrimental, and there are a few who just don’t give a damn, and even less percent who have no opinion about it.

    Me, for instance: I listen to what I like, I explain why it appeals to me, and I disregard whatever it is I don’t care for. The end.
    ________________________________________________________

    True its subjective but it can combined into qualitative and quantifiable data, because there is a sociological context that is applied to hip-hop that is macro-subjective in nature that basic scientific priniciples apply to.

    As emile Durkheim applied positivism to a social context with experiment and results, we too can apply it to “hip-hop”…

    These are the truths that I am looking for.

  58. D. Billz Says:

    So who is hip-hop?….Does hip-hop explain every black man’s struggle?
    Were cats getting locked up before hip-hop came into existence?

    Why does hip-hop have such a profound meaning to some…What is it about hip-hop that invokes such passion and violence?

    Why do we spar to the level of violence and such angerness?

    WHy is hip-hop the only music of discussion where one defends someone’s life to extremeties?…..What is the nebulous force that hip-hop has….

    these are the truths I am searching for.

    ^LMFAO…

    I swear I’m an idiot. My new name is Okie Doke.

  59. Wavy Shprocketts Says:

    spitzer lost

    anyone who pays thousands per hour for pussy is a simp

    give me a couple thou and i will change $300 into $1 bills, go to a hood strip club on the south side of any city, make it rain, and leave with 2 chicks who will do anything

    they might not be 10s but two 5s equals a 10 any day

    then i’ll pocket the extra G’s and take a vacation

    smh @ simps who pay for the poon

  60. Da PartyStarter Says:

    give me a couple thou and i will change $300 into $1 bills, go to a hood strip club on the south side of any city, make it rain, and leave with 2 chicks who will do anything

    ^^^^^
    And STILL have a couple of thou to do it again the NEXT weekend…and the NEXT weekend….and the NEXT weekend……lol

  61. Boosie Says:

    Da PartyStarter Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:32 pm

    WHy is hip-hop the only music of discussion where one defends someone’s life to extremeties?…..What is the nebulous force that hip-hop has….

    ^^^

    Because so many folks don’t take Hip-Hop seriously when Hip-Hop ,as a culture, has saved AND ended so many lives. Hip-Hop and Jazz are the ONLY truely American art forms than happen to have been created by Black folks. And because Black life (ESPECIALLY Black Men) is devalued, Hip-Hop IS devalued and Jazz was once devalued. It’s a cultural struggle at it’s roots.

    And PLEASE cool out with the big words(nebulous). I went to PUBLIC school. lo
    _________________________________________________________

    My bad…Ok so if we lose hip-hop, what have we lost?….What is hip-hop in the grand scheme of things, and how much value does it have or is that in the individual itself?

  62. Wavy Shprocketts Says:

    # Da PartyStarter Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:36 pm

    give me a couple thou and i will change $300 into $1 bills, go to a hood strip club on the south side of any city, make it rain, and leave with 2 chicks who will do anything

    ^^^^^
    And STILL have a couple of thou to do it again the NEXT weekend…and the NEXT weekend….and the NEXT weekend……lol

    ^

    i’m sayin tho i feel sorry for nerdy white cats because half of them don’t know how easy it is once you have a few dollars in your pocket so they stay simpin

    clinton is actually Black so he knew right off the bat, “i’m governor, now i can fuck all these bitches”

    and he always had state troopers around him who would go ho-fishing for him

    i mean them cats still ain’t snitched on him — no book deals, no interviews, nothing — like they’ve kept the secrets of the ho’s he’s banged for decades on some true loyalty ish — they like the G-unit of state troopers

    shit is amazing

    he needs to write a book for all the white cats out there simpin without a clue called “Yall Need to Get Your Mind Right and Fuck ALL These Hos”

    politicians getting unlimited pussy = watch all the wars stop

    how many wars did we have when clinton was president?

    enuf said

    we should have crowned that n*gga (but i’ll take obama for now)

  63. jay Says:

    this is warm garbage. mr fab is the stefan urkal of this rap shit. he thinks he smooth and shit but he is mad corny.

    does snoop even want to make another classic album or is he straight with one?

  64. Boosie Says:

    Da PartyStarter Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:13 pm

    What is hip-hop? and what has it become?….Is hip-hop only a blip on urban black music, or can it last?…..Is it bad if hip-hop is dead?….Why are there such strong feelings and violent passions within a genre of hip-hop?

    ^^^^
    Your definition of Hip-Hop is what YOU make it. Just know that absolutely, Hip-Hop DEFINES pop culture now. The BAD part is we have muffukkas defining Hip-Hop that know NOTHING of the culture. That’s OUR fault.
    _________________________________________________________

    Is hip-hop ties and social bonds that strong that people have such an attachment to it, that people will defend it to the death of it….

    How does it make you feel when some cat defines hip-hop that has no knowledge of the culture?…

    Is it safe to say that Hip-hop is a mere social wave the is developing, dying yet passing in the whole scheme of Black music?…I cant find any physical bonds that hip hop is built upon…

    These are the truths that I am searching for.

  65. Wavy Shprocketts Says:

    yo somebody wrote a blog post about ty biggums

    stuffwhitepeoplelike.wordpress.com/2008/03/09/85-the-wire/

    loooooool

  66. PHOENIXXX Says:

    Wavy Shprocketts Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:45 pm

    clinton is actually Black

    ^^^

    I’m really sick of people saying that

    people really believe that bullshit. like Clinton really got Michael Jackson’s disease or something

    Toni Morrison needs to be punched in her fucking mouth

  67. Da PartyStarter Says:

    My bad…Ok so if we lose hip-hop, what have we lost?….What is hip-hop in the grand scheme of things, and how much value does it have or is that in the individual itself?

    ^^^^
    We can’t “lose” Hip-Hop because, just like the griots of West Africa, the story of Hip-Hop will live on as oral history. Just as the story of the eagle and the tourtise has survived thousands of years, so will “Poetry”. Hip-Hop has as much value as the beholder. When my son was born, I held him,whilst playing “Fear Of A Black Planet”. I taught him “Peter Piper” and “Eric B. is President” as opposed to nursery rhymes. I tought my daughers how to write their names in graffiti. When I discuss Hip-Hop with those who don’t know, I NEVER allow them to ridicule it. I always say,”Poeple FEAR and HATE what they don’t understand”, and that usually shuts them up. I take Hip-Hop seriously around those who don’t know, but I could clown in here because most folks here are “in” on the joke.
    How will YOU ensure the survival of Hip-Hop?

  68. Wavy Shprocketts Says:

    aight phoenixxxx i see you then fuck it we’ll take him

    clinton was Black Latino and Arab

  69. Boosie Says:

    Da PartyStarter Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 10:49 pm

    How will YOU ensure the survival of Hip-Hop?
    _____________________________________________

    I cannot ensure a survival of something that inevitably cant survive….I will always ensure black Music…but those bonds of hip-hop within black music does not hold any value within me….

    It’s a passing force or religion that is held and reflected the times of that particular day and time….

  70. Two-Times Says:

    G-Unit mixtape coming very soon…………………………..

  71. Boosie Says:

    Are you going to be on the mixtape?

  72. Doctor of Etherization Says:

    G-Unit mixtape coming very soon…………………………..

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

    Nobody gives a fuck……………………….

  73. Two-Times Says:

    Appartently alot of people “give a fuck” that the new G-Unit mixtap is droppin…………check the numbers………….

  74. Juan Nightstand B.K.A boogie Says:

    Lol@ boosie the nigga 2x gonna get a name drop in the thank yous for unprecedented stannery

  75. Doctor of Etherization Says:

    Appartently alot of people “give a fuck” that the new G-Unit mixtap is droppin…………check the numbers………….

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    I did check the numbers and

    I count two…times

  76. Boosie Says:

    Juan Nightstand B.K.A boogie Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 11:18 pm

    Lol@ boosie the nigga 2x gonna get a name drop in the thank yous for unprecedented stannery
    _____________________________________________________

    LMAO…The way he came out and said it I figured he was on one of the songs spitting a hot sixteen…

  77. Boosie Says:

    two-times do you rap?

  78. EnglandRepresent Says:

    *daps to the left*

    *daps to the right*

    How will YOU ensure the survival of Hip-Hop?

    ^^I’m gonna download me a couple of ringtones and do the motorcycle dance….holla

  79. Two-Times Says:

    I did check the numbers and

    I count two…times

    ^^^^
    your numbers is lyin son….

  80. Da PartyStarter Says:

    *Sung to the tune of “Stormy Weather” by Billie Holiday*

    “Don’t know why/
    Every time I pee I cry/
    Ghonorrea/
    Pain up in my urethra/
    Since I was trickin’ that night…..
    __________________________________

    I cannot ensure a survival of something that inevitably cant survive….I will always ensure black Music…but those bonds of hip-hop within black music does not hold any value within me….

    ^^^

    Okay. YOU don’t value the culture. But, thankfully, the culture’s survival doe NOT depend EXCLUSIVELY with you or me. There are folks out there that feel as you do, but I’m quite sure that there are MORE that feel as I do. They tried to kill jazz, callin’ it “drug music” or “beatnik” music but thankfully it survived. What do you want form Hip-Hop? As a culture? Do YOU feel as though you’ve “outgrown” the culture ? Or have your intellectual boundries been expanded “pass” the culture? I’m glad I have the intellect to appreciate Mozart, Miles Davis. Jellyroll Morton, AND Preemo. I just relate to Preemo more. Don’t get it twisted. “Morning” by Al Jareau and “Mighty Love” by the Spinners will STILL be played at my wake. But They ALSO gotta play “Brand New Funk” by Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince. Believe dat…
    ______________________________

    SKDAMC aka Da PartyStarter’s epitah to be written on my tombstone:

    “When I die/
    Bury me deep/
    Lay two turntables at my feet/
    Put the mixer right by my head/
    So when I die/
    I can rock the dead../

    *some old school rap circa 1981*

  81. Two-Times Says:

    We just worryin about thisis50 crashing at 12:01 due to all the traffic and downloading…..

  82. Da PartyStarter Says:

    # EnglandRepresent Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 11:23 pm

    *daps to the left*

    *daps to the right*

    How will YOU ensure the survival of Hip-Hop?

    ^^I’m gonna download me a couple of ringtones and do the motorcycle dance….holla
    ^^^^

    I’ll bet you’ll ensure the survival of Hip-Hop by doing the “Beyonce Ut Oh” dance in some pum-pum shorts to the Too Live Crew’s “Me So Horny”.

    LMAO!!!!

  83. EnglandRepresent Says:

    I’ll bet you’ll ensure the survival of Hip-Hop by doing the “Beyonce Ut Oh” dance in some pum-pum shorts to the Too Live Crew’s “Me So Horny”.

    LMAO!!!!

    ^^lol. What a vivid imagination you got young man. *blank stare*

    Twisted muthafucka…*daps the DJ*

  84. Two-Times Says:

    Juan Nightstand B.K.A boogie Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 11:18 pm

    Lol@ boosie the nigga 2x gonna get a name drop in the thank yous for unprecedented stannery

    ^^^^
    nobody stannin…

    let me break it down for ya’…

    difference between me and you…real talk

    When im on the internet, im makin money…bet that..

    When your on the internet, your losin money….

    but ofcourse disagree, or deny it and get all emotional, or start e-thuggin it up….. i expect you to do all that…

    just remember the new mixtape is droppin soon…….

  85. Da PartyStarter Says:

    ^^lol. What a vivid imagination you got young man. *blank stare*

    Twisted muthafucka…*daps the DJ*

    ^^^^
    ‘Cause man, you be sayin’ all that witty British shit and I gotta come(nah) witty, too. Trust and believe, if I had a British accent and could talk that fly shit, I’d President of the US or at least Def Jam….lol

  86. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Ay SK, where you reside bruh?

  87. Juan Nightstand B.K.A boogie Says:

    2x be honest game fucked g-unit up 4 a minute they had 2 beg the nigga 2 stop lol

    N by they I mean interscope n dre

  88. Two-Times Says:

    Juan Nightstand B.K.A boogie Says:

    2x be honest game fucked g-unit up 4 a minute they had 2 beg the nigga 2 stop lol

    N by they I mean interscope n dre

    ^^^^
    yeah ok…

  89. Boosie Says:

    Okay. YOU don’t value the culture. But, thankfully, the culture’s survival doe NOT depend EXCLUSIVELY with you or me. There are folks out there that feel as you do, but I’m quite sure that there are MORE that feel as I do. They tried to kill jazz, callin’ it “drug music” or “beatnik” music but thankfully it survived. What do you want form Hip-Hop? As a culture? Do YOU feel as though you’ve “outgrown” the culture ? Or have your intellectual boundries been expanded “pass” the culture? I’m glad I have the intellect to appreciate Mozart, Miles Davis. Jellyroll Morton, AND Preemo. I just relate to Preemo more. Don’t get it twisted. “Morning” by Al Jareau and “Mighty Love” by the Spinners will STILL be played at my wake. But They ALSO gotta play “Brand New Funk” by Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince. Believe dat…
    _________________________________________________________

    I value the music, but the culture and I co-exist physically,..Internally the culture represents a part of my existence mentally…It does not define who I am, and how I process and think….My existence is much important than a collective spirit of a blip called hip-hip, which is a part of the whole in Black music….

    I gain what I put into it….that is either mentally or physically…The social force is only in the roots of a generation or two, it does not hold ransom my existence or being in nature….Therefore I step back and process what all this means….

    I view the culture and appreciate it for what it is, but it is not the definition of a black man, there hip-hop is a sacred painting on my wall that I preserve..

  90. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Ay SK, where you reside bruh?

    ^^^

    West Philly, all day. Born and raised and damn near killed. Done been to Wembley Stadium(Reggae SunSplash ’85, saw Peter Tosh before he got murked), Barcelona, Paris , Fort Sill Oklahoma,Mexico and Brooklyn. But Philly is/was/ will always be HOME.

  91. Juan Nightstand B.K.A boogie Says:

    2x^^^
    And if u say real talk I prolly won’t trust ya–c andre benjamin

  92. Two-Times Says:

    btw, FREE GAME

  93. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Why is that the business side of hip-hop has become pretty predictable? I mean, every other little street gibbon with braids has got themselves a ‘movement’ and is a CEO of their own ‘Entertainment Company’ where it’s ‘more than just a record label’ and they’re ‘taking it to a different level’ and blah blah blah…..just shut the fuck up and put out some decent music you little grubby urchin lookin muthafucka with a T-Shirt on the size of a Somalian tent lookin ass nigga….

  94. landLORD Says:

    … a pencil eraser > Pennsylvania …

  95. Juan Nightstand B.K.A boogie Says:

    Lmao 2x u always play chris paul when someone mention game(pass that shit off for another person) y is lloyd banks switching his flow? Where is buck? Is olivia alive lol

    He struck the sheppard(50) n the sheep scattered(g-unot)

  96. Da PartyStarter Says:

    I gain what I put into it….that is either mentally or physically…The social force is only in the roots of a generation or two, it does not hold ransom my existence or being in nature….Therefore I step back and process what all this means….

    ^^
    I CAN say. proudly, that Hip-Hop PARTIALLY defines me, because it i s a part of me, but MORE important, I am a part of Hip-Hop. I embraced it, because, at times it was all I had. No emo, just truth. But my children define me, my CHARACTER defines me. No man is defined by ONE thing, IMO. Of course, there are folks in History who ARE defined by single acts but looking at a person’s life ,objectively, many things make up a human. My feelings, above all, are this:
    Life is truly made up of Good memories and Bad memories. As long as you’ve had more good times than bad, you’re ahead of the game. Of course I CANNOT speak for all the folks who died in bondage, of things not of thier own doing and infants. I speak for me. And so far Hip-Hop has brought me more good memories than bad. So have my children, so far. Alot of shit has disappointed me, but not my culture….

  97. EnglandRepresent Says:

    I view the culture and appreciate it for what it is, but it is not the definition of a black man, there hip-hop is a sacred painting on my wall that I preserve..

    ^^lmao. I think you even confuse yourself Boosie you ol’ chase your tail runnin round in circles lookin ass nigga..

    West Philly, all day. Born and raised and damn near killed. Done been to Wembley Stadium(Reggae SunSplash ‘85, saw Peter Tosh before he got murked), Barcelona, Paris , Fort Sill Oklahoma,Mexico and Brooklyn. But Philly is/was/ will always be HOME.

    ^^Reggae SunSplash ’85???? lol. You ol’ pipe and slippers lookin ass nigga…..Lemme find out you were getting your jig on to Milli Vanilli!! lol.

  98. Boosie Says:

    Da PartyStarter Says:
    March 10th, 2008 at 11:49 pm

    I gain what I put into it….that is either mentally or physically…The social force is only in the roots of a generation or two, it does not hold ransom my existence or being in nature….Therefore I step back and process what all this means….

    ^^
    I CAN say. proudly, that Hip-Hop PARTIALLY defines me, because it i s a part of me, but MORE important, I am a part of Hip-Hop. I embraced it, because, at times it was all I had. No emo, just truth. But my children define me, my CHARACTER defines me. No man is defined by ONE thing, IMO. Of course, there are folks in History who ARE defined by single acts but looking at a person’s life ,objectively, many things make up a human. My feelings, above all, are this:
    Life is truly made up of Good memories and Bad memories. As long as you’ve had more good times than bad, you’re ahead of the game. Of course I CANNOT speak for all the folks who died in bondage, of things not of thier own doing and infants. I speak for me. And so far Hip-Hop has brought me more good memories than bad. So have my children, so far. Alot of shit has disappointed me, but not my culture….
    _________________________________________________________

    Cool I can dig it…

    So when you say you are part of hip-hop, are you inclined to believe that Hip-hop is liking to a religion?….Because the nebulous force that is shared in a community form links hip-hop almost as a form of religion.

  99. 456 Says:

    So when you say you are part of hip-hop, are you inclined to believe that Hip-hop is liking to a religion?….Because the nebulous force that is shared in a community form links hip-hop almost as a form of religion.

    ^nas said it: hiphop is the Ancient Manifested. for those who have eyes to see

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