Rakim ft. Lil Fame – I’m Back

New shit from the G-O-D featuring Fizzy Womack. 

Rakim ft. Lil Fame – I’m Backb


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44 Responses to “Rakim ft. Lil Fame – I’m Back”

  1. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    yezzur

  2. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    whaddup Joe, Casual, crazy, all the rest of y’all stankin’ asses (none), (c) Redman

  3. AJ Says:

    lol

  4. ELECTROGREMLINcs88 Says:

    woooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

  5. ELECTROGREMLINcs88 Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    March 19th, 2008 at 9:00 am
    whaddup Joe, Casual, crazy, all the rest of y’all stankin’ asses (none), (c) Redman

    ^^^
    *daps iCon’Da’Don*

  6. Casual T Says:

    whattup Ike Turner…

  7. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Speaking of your catchphrase, crazy…am I the only one who thinks it’s kinda sad that Rik Flair still wrestles @ 61 yrs old? Nigga somehow got an old man’s beer belly with a six pack on top, lol (none)

  8. Soul Clapper Says:

    …A magnum as a microphone, murderin’ mcs

  9. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Edit- Ric Flair…took out the wrong letter, lol

  10. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Soul Clapper Says:

    March 19th, 2008 at 9:06 am
    …A magnum as a microphone, murderin’ mcs

    ***Ra’s the best to ever do it, true story…my favorite emcee of all time…too bad he really hasn’t had much shine since that collabo with Truth Hurts, SMH..damn you, Dr. Dre, lol…

  11. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    (n/h) @ the best to ever do it

  12. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Look-alikes- Shawty Lo, and Ray Lewis, if he was on the pipe (none)

  13. cOLD Says:

    bangs the burner behind buildings, brandishing bellow belts, I bestow fear in bitches.

  14. ELECTROGREMLINcs88 Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    March 19th, 2008 at 9:06 am
    Speaking of your catchphrase, crazy…am I the only one who thinks it’s kinda sad that Rik Flair still wrestles @ 61 yrs old? Nigga somehow got an old man’s beer belly with a six pack on top, lol (none)

    ^^^
    Hell yea its sad! i was flip’n thru the TV afew weeks ago & saw the nigga… DAMN… Dude is old as hell… i know he dont need the money, but they wrote the nigga a check he cant turn down, even @ 60+… DAMN YOU GREENBACKS!

  15. cOLD Says:

    Ra’s the best to ever do it, true story…my favorite emcee of all time…too bad he really hasn’t had much shine since that collabo with Truth Hurts, SMH..damn you, Dr. Dre, lol…

    ^his flow is tired Icon, the same pattern. It was crazy a some years ago, but now its just ho hum.

  16. b-ease Says:

    Whats good Nah?

    *daps all in vicinity*

    This song is exactly what (I think) we’ve all been wanting to hear from Ra for a while now. I think this joint is shitting on the one he did at the VH1 Honors joint. couldnt really absorb the lyrics, but it knocks. and thats all that matters.

  17. cOLD Says:

    whoa, just listened, I take it back ^.

  18. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    cOLD Says:

    March 19th, 2008 at 9:11 am
    bangs the burner behind buildings, brandishing bellow belts, I bestow fear in bitches.

    ***instantaneous insertion of internal ignorance on an inferno of incredibly impeccible instrumentals, instinctively inking in italics to recoup illegal incidentals…

  19. Soul Clapper Says:

    Ra’s the best to ever do it, true story…my favorite emcee of all time

    ============================================

    Ike, I know you are an older god with comments like that. How old are you bruh?

    You’re one of the only dude’s on Nah I consistently agree with on music matters, from Tribe/Pete & CL/Gang Starr down to Ra and them.

  20. D. Billz Says:

    Damn.

    I wanted Coppin to play the Heels so bad. I know many would bet on NC, but an underdog like Coppin with nothin’ to lose woulda came out swingin’.

  21. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Ike, I know you are an older god with comments like that. How old are you bruh?

    ***yep, I’m 33- and yeah, we seem to pretty much have the same taste (none) in music- there’s a couple of certified oldheads on nah, but I’m not gonna put em out there, since some of y’all wanna front like you 23 when bitches come around…lol and j/k,….

  22. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    whaddup, Billz?

  23. cOLD Says:

    his flow maybe too polished, too precise, if that makes anysense.

    “If the beat was a mechanic bull, I’d give it 5 seconds before I managed the bull”

  24. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Jesus, he killed this…(no Easter)

  25. cOLD Says:

    ^yes rakim got out and parked on this track.

  26. b-ease Says:

    Fizzy has been making incredible beats on the low for a minute

  27. D. Billz Says:

    iCon… cOLD…

    What it is?

  28. D. Billz Says:

    I want that Yankees VTech fitted for collector’s purposes…

    (and to rock it in public on some exclusive shit)

  29. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    “Bleek’s gonna be a good rapper, a new, improved, Jay-Z’

    **FLOOR***, even 10 yrs later on that one, lol….

    ***turns up Vol 2

  30. cOLD Says:

    ^whats up D.billionaire, everythings good on this side, how goes it out there.

  31. Digital scales Says:

    Rik Flair still wrestles @ 61 yrs old? Nigga somehow got an old man’s beer belly with a six pack on top
    ^^^
    AND I AINT EVEN TALKING BULLETS, BABY MOMMA DRAMA

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!

  32. D. Billz Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    March 19th, 2008 at 9:27 am
    “Bleek’s gonna be a good rapper, a new, improved, Jay-Z’

    ^To call it a jinx would be an understatement.

  33. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ***Bleek killed “Hand it Down” though….I can’t lie…future was looking real bright- now he gotta wait for Jay to die, and hope he’s “in his will somewhere”, lol…I’m sure he’s not hurting for cash, though….

  34. Ghost Writer Says:

    *walks in wearin’ shit colored fitted, grape purple FUBU shirt, white jeans, and some old school LA Gears with the lights*

    *daps all here*

    I wish I could hear this……I hate my work computer…..

  35. Soul Clapper Says:

    there’s a couple of certified oldheads on nah

    ^^ The way I see it, dudes in their 30’s have a broader range of experience in Hip Hop to draw on when assessing the merits of the latest new jack emcee. If you don’t remember fake rappers ducking for cover when OC dropped “Time’s Up” or every dude wanting three cuts in your eyebrow when Kane dropped “Half Steppin”, how you going to talk to me about Hip Hop? How is a dude going to compare the latest hot emcee to any of the greats?

    Controversial opinion I know. Others would say I’m out of touch… fuck do I know about what the kids are feeling nowadays etc etc.

  36. cOLD Says:

    **FLOOR***, even 10 yrs later on that one, lol….

    ^in all fairness it would be difficult for any rapper coming up in Jay’s shadow. Can you imagine being in the studio with jay, after hearing Jay lay his verse. You probably thought your verse was hot until jay spit his. Nigga Bleek prolly went through countless note book paper. I love to hear the stories of when 2 MC’s collabed on somthing, how they say the other made them have to go harder; competition at its best.

  37. cOLD Says:

    there’s a couple of certified oldheads on nah

    ^^ The way I see it, dudes in their 30’s have a broader range of experience in Hip Hop to draw on when assessing the merits of the latest new jack emcee. If you don’t remember fake rappers ducking for cover when OC dropped “Time’s Up” or every dude wanting three cuts in your eyebrow when Kane dropped “Half Steppin”, how you going to talk to me about Hip Hop? How is a dude going to compare the latest hot emcee to any of the greats?

    Controversial opinion I know. Others would say I’m out of touch… fuck do I know about what the kids are feeling nowadays etc etc.

    ^as a certified old head I have to agree with this.

  38. b-ease Says:

    whats good billz?

    Co-sign on bleek murdering “Hand It Down”

    “Nosy bitch on the fifth floor like “why?” lil nigga/ “Bitch please!”/Twist the trees/took a long pull/like “bitch, to breathe!”

  39. Robbie Says:

    Same rhymes as “It’s Nothing” but the beats better than Just Blaze’s over-dramatic version.

  40. waxx Says:

    another blend….

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  42. Ryan Says:

    these aren’t new lyrics from Rakim…. these are the same ones from “Its Nothing”……regardless shit is nice

  43. J Says:

    THIS IS WHAT HIP HOP IS! PROPS TO THE “R”……..DOPE DOPE DOPE! FUCK THE SOUTH!

  44. SecondBest21 Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    March 19th, 2008 at 9:33 am

    there’s a couple of certified oldheads on nah

    ^^ The way I see it, dudes in their 30’s have a broader range of experience in Hip Hop to draw on when assessing the merits of the latest new jack emcee. If you don’t remember fake rappers ducking for cover when OC dropped “Time’s Up” or every dude wanting three cuts in your eyebrow when Kane dropped “Half Steppin”, how you going to talk to me about Hip Hop? How is a dude going to compare the latest hot emcee to any of the greats?

    Controversial opinion I know. Others would say I’m out of touch… fuck do I know about what the kids are feeling nowadays etc etc.

    ^as a certified old head I have to agree with this.

    ^^^^ mr old head numberwhoknows here co-sigs the co-sign.

    my thing is it’s just a matter of what’s considered good, innovative, etc. that’s all i care about. there’s nothing new under the sun, and one thing i’m noticing in those old head/new kid convos (that i quickly step way from because i don’t feel like hearing shit that has nothing to do with shit, really) is that the neither takes into consideration that trash is trash. both “generations” have our fair share of WACK ass mcees/rappers, as well as a baby handful of really good standouts. and those standouts always know and respect their history. the one thing that i notice is that the old heads always talk about how wack the new heads are, but they never think how wack cats were when we were coming up and how many, just like now. the new kids never take into consideration that the old heads only see the wack new heads and are commenting mostly on those wack heads because they saturate the airwaves so much that they outshine the good that’s out now, thus inadvertently lumping in the good with the bad. in my opinion, it’s a matter of just trying to keep focus on the good. both “generations” have to keep in mind that we wouldn’t be where we are if it wasn’t for the old stuff (both good and bad, shout out to hammer), and we wouldn’t be such a strong and popular culture if it wasn’t for what is now and what’s to come (again both good and bad. although i’m afraid of what soulja boy and mims is going to do next)…

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