Video: PackFM on Freestyle 101


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  1. The Truth... Says:

    Come on…..you people slippin

  2. Soul Clapper Says:

    ‘Hipster Hop’

  3. Joe 88 Says:

    Yeah nigga, real aggresive BITCH!!!!!

  4. Plug Says:

    b-ease Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 12:56 pm
    “Trilla” is fucking horrible. After a couple listens, I could appreciate like 50% of “Port of Miami”. This shit, not so much. It’s not the lyrical redundancy either, cuz I expected that going in (pause). But if hear LCD rap (c) Bol, I at least think I’m gonna get dope production. But nope. Each track (with the exception of Maybach Music, Luxury Tax, and Boss, yea I said it Boss) each song is a fucking mess, that I honestly couldnt listen to all the way thru. Shit sandwich.
    —————-
    cosign to the fullest. that cd was dookey. but those songs are magnificent. I bumped boss for a week str8… gave the subs a good workout

  5. KilluminattI7 Says:

    FROM LAST POST:

    Really, I just want it so I can look like the flash fucker when I’m out and about in the city. I coulnd’t give a shit about what it does. I’m shallow as a muh’fucker.

    ^^^
    moi aussi mon ami..

    i think that is a large part of the appeal of it

    not as much when first came out, and they were REAL EXCLUSIVE

    but still and all, can be somewaht of a convo-starter at times

    what can say, guess i’m a slave to “nigga technology” (c) Samuel L.

    lol

  6. Plug Says:

    Knowing my luck, I won’t take out the insurance and I’ll get stabbed in the neck and robbed within 3 days of having it.

    ^ youre prolly right. i was ready get someone for that shit… id made the decision that i wanted one, but coming out $400 wasnt in the cards.
    ———–
    you cant get insurance on an iphone. If you get got, you just get got

  7. Dem Says:

    Knowing my luck, I won’t take out the insurance and I’ll get stabbed in the neck and robbed within 3 days of having it.

    ^ youre prolly right. i was ready get someone for that shit… i had to have one, but coming out $400 wasnt in the cards.

  8. Ghost Writer Says:

    oFF THE TOP (nh)

  9. moresickaMC Says:

    I stopped watching those Freestyle 101’s when i think they had Master P on there. ..i think they had elephant too. smh

  10. Joe 88 Says:

    >>>nope. look, Weezy cant even come up with decent songs for his most anticiapted album(even after being pushed back) which shows he’s inconsistent.

    ^I take it that you don’t like lollipop? Well how would your first single sound? I fuck with that song to the fullest, I knew it was a hit when I first heard it, if you think that’s a bad look for a single in this day & age your tripping, the drought is over 3 was hot, & that was suppose to be his album, but majority of his songs got leaked, that’s why they always pushing his album back

    >>>>Some1 like jay-Z comes up with a damn near classic after just watchin a movie.

    ^True, but Jay-Z is the G.O.A.T so what would you expect?

  11. b-ease Says:

    Some1 like jay-Z comes up with a damn near classic after just watchin a movie.

    ^^^
    If you think Jay-Z really went in and recorded AG after being inspired by the movie, you lost.

  12. Jud Buechler Says:

    # KilluminattI7 Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:08 pm

    crooked eye is another manifestation of 1990’s music. It’s been overdone and saturated. His style has no relevance.

    ^^^
    what does this mean..?

    not partial/ trying to defend either one but what exactly by this…

    elaborate?

    ***

    Ok glad you asked. Crooked eye has a golden age rap era type flow. The multisyllabic words, combined with heavy lyricism. We have heard that style for a long long time. The point being is that the style is saturated to the point that we as a rap society have already deemed who the best of that style is. We as a rap culture have moved past that into a whole new era.

    It’s Like making 70’s r&b and fitting it into the pop culture of today’s time. It’s just not going to work. You can’t recreate a sound that has been over and done with.

    Not saying the crooked I is not dope/nice, Just saying that his sound is outdated and it has rested in Peace. Meaning he wont sell a lot of records or will create a buzz in other regions besides his own.

    Just like Joell ortiz. He’s recreating a flow/style/sound, that is over and done with. That New York style has already rested in Peace with the greats.
    If you’re gonna be a throwback, you have to bring in something new and fresh with it to display a new movement.

  13. Plug Says:

    @ Joe

    They made mixtapes back then. There was no internet to leak them. you had to get them in the mom and pop record stores. I still have the original nas I am around here somewhere. the original I am was composed of half the songs on the Lost tapes album.

    Mobb deep had a nice one

    bis had a classic

    pac had 4000 of em

  14. Joe 88 Says:

    >If you think Jay-Z really went in and recorded AG after being inspired by the movie, you lost.

    ^Why wouldn’t I think that, he named the album after the movie, besides “ignorant shit” all the material was brand new & went with the storyline of the movie, he was gonna make another album reguardless, but he prolly didn’t have a idea about the direction of the album till he seen AG

  15. Plug Says:

    Some1 like jay-Z comes up with a damn near classic after just watchin a movie.

    ^^^
    If you think Jay-Z really went in and recorded AG after being inspired by the movie, you lost.
    ——-
    if you think jay went in on AG at all, you lost

    Kingdom come > ag

  16. b-ease Says:

    Just like Joell ortiz. He’s recreating a flow/style/sound, that is over and done with. That New York style has already rested in Peace with the greats.
    If you’re gonna be a throwback, you have to bring in something new and fresh with it to display a new movement.

    ^^^
    Co-sign. I don’t like it (im sure most nahrighters dont) but its the truth.

  17. catch22 Says:

    Just like Joell ortiz. He’s recreating a flow/style/sound, that is over and done with. That New York style has already rested in Peace with the greats.

    ^^
    nah, every now and then, if someone does it right, its cool to bring back an old sound/style with a new twist on it.
    i think joell is doin a good job.

  18. Joe 88 Says:

    @ Plug

    I knew about mixtapes back then, The clue’s, DMX vs Canibus, original “I am” (which is a fucking classic) etc, I still have the original clue with Drag-on & Juvenile “Down bottom” on there, it also had a ill fabolous sport free on there and canibus “1000 bars” on there, I think someone copy/paste one of my comments & responded or some crazy shit, but I knew about mixtapes back then, but co-sign your comment, you just had to go find dem shits back then

  19. b-ease Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 1:18 pm
    >If you think Jay-Z really went in and recorded AG after being inspired by the movie, you lost.

    ^Why wouldn’t I think that, he named the album after the movie, besides “ignorant shit” all the material was brand new & went with the storyline of the movie, he was gonna make another album reguardless, but he prolly didn’t have a idea about the direction of the album till he seen AG

    ^^^
    After KC, Jay knew that being a “mature” MC wasnt going to work for him. Whether that is due to him losing some of his flair/desire or fans are stupid is up for you to decide. The bottom line is, he had to come back with some gangsta shit. The movie was just a vehicle to attach it to so he wouldnt get caught with the “hey, you’re the CEO of Def Jam, you’re not moving weight!”. Jay: ” I know…its a CONCEPT album”. If it wasnt the movie he would’ve found another way.

    With that said, I will state again :
    If you think JayZ made AG after being inspired by the movie you lost.

  20. Jud Buechler Says:

    # moresickaMC Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:12 pm

    KilluminattI7 Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 1:08 pm
    crooked eye is another manifestation of 1990’s music. It’s been overdone and saturated. His style has no relevance.

    ^^^
    what does this mean..?

    not partial/ trying to defend either one but what exactly by this…

    elaborate?
    ^^^
    he means actually havin talent on the mic is (90s,played out)…hence swag and “delivery” . In that case Jeezy is the best?

    ***

    Talent is not defined. Talent is dependent on the Era of music. Talent does not exist independently and hold criteria within it’s own self. Talent can be swag and delivery, to those who hold the ideas and dominate the music. Talent can be lyricism, to those who dominate music. Right Now the dominators of music don’t share the same views as you do in the form of making rap music. There’s is sort of a class conflict going in. The undertakings of rap music has taken formed where the ruling class of rap and lost it’s power and is now in complain mode.

  21. Soul Clapper Says:

    The Prelude on KC > Anything on AG

    Just my thoughts…

  22. catch22 Says:

    It’s Like making 70’s r&b and fitting it into the pop culture of today’s time. It’s just not going to work. You can’t recreate a sound that has been over and done with.

    ^^
    what about when everyone uses 70’s soul/R&B samples to make beats?

  23. b-ease Says:

    DMX vs Canibus

    ^^^
    Memories…I remember my brother came home from Hagerstown (all my DMV heads know what I’m talking about) I played him that and he was like…”naw, these dudes are wack” Just goes to show that music is generational. It’s just like when I taught 7th grade and the kids kept trying to tell me Paul Wall was that dude. Well…to them he was. And who can say who’s right or wrong when your’re dealing with art?

    *tangent ends*

  24. Dem Says:

    it’s funny how bay area artists were doing compilations back in ’96… the dj clue’s and GL’s come in the picture, someone decides upon the misnomer “mixtape” and suddenly it’s a east coast centric thing.

  25. Joe 88 Says:

    With that said, I will state again :
    If you think JayZ made AG after being inspired by the movie you lost.

    ^Well i’ma lost mu’fukka, So your saying he was gonna make songs like “Blue Magic” “American Dreaming” “American Gangster” “Party life” w/o seeing the movie? I know he was gonna make another album & he prolly wanted to take it back on some gutter shit, but I still feel the movie gave him ideas & motivation to come up with those lyrics, flatout, I can’t see it no other way

  26. KilluminattI7 Says:

    @ Boosie/Jud Buechler

    okay okay.. Good point.. I can see what you sayin.. and I kinda wanna agree, but I don’t.. I for one prefer (and still rock out and vibe to) my OB4CL, Enta Da Stage, It Was Written, My 36 Chambers, my IronMan, Muddy Water, All Eyez on Me, Chronic, Dare iz A Darkside, Most Beautifullest Thing, etc and the list goes on waaaay more than anything that has come out prob’ly in the last 6-8 years

    just my take…

    Still and all you presented a good with strong support for your contention

    props due

  27. Jud Buechler Says:

    # catch22 Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:24 pm

    It’s Like making 70’s r&b and fitting it into the pop culture of today’s time. It’s just not going to work. You can’t recreate a sound that has been over and done with.

    ^^
    what about when everyone uses 70’s soul/R&B samples to make beats?

    ***

    True, but note The exact same music is not being recreated. Remember I said if you’re going to bring in a throwback, you have to display it with something new. It’s 70’s r and b with a twist. Hence a New sound, with a faster drum, cut and pasted to recreate a new movement.

    But Notice it’s not the same exact same. It’s a new form that takes shape. The era and the style is different. People are not singing on those beats, they are formatting words to a defined pattern to create a new movement and style, in what we call rap.

  28. blahK Duppy Says:

    dem way before dj clue, was Ron G, and Kid Capri, Doo Wop etc…

  29. b-ease Says:

    Dem Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 1:26 pm
    it’s funny how bay area artists were doing compilations back in ‘96… the dj clue’s and GL’s come in the picture, someone decides upon the misnomer “mixtape” and suddenly it’s a east coast centric thing.

    ^^^
    If the Bay started that in ’96, then the classic Bad Boy mixtape (’95?) precedes it. That’s the format that I think Clue and the rest ran with. No shots at the Bay. I like chicks on E as much as the next man…

  30. Soul Clapper Says:

    Mixtapes were a New York thing.

    They started when the culture started. Personally, I was picking up Doo Wop, Red Alert, Pete Rock and Kid Capri “mixtapes” (cassette tapes featuring the sections of their radio shows where they mixed for 30 or 60 minutes) in 1991. We couldn’t hear the shows in London any other way. A TDK with a 60 minute Kid Capri mix on there was worth £15, 17 years ago!

  31. KilluminattI7 Says:

    AND

    once again ALL this shit is subjective i.e opinionated opinons (lol) so…

    who is to say/ decide on just “what” TALENT or DOPENESS in an MC really is??

    we all have our own personal biases based on any number of determining factors, so… i dunno

    I guess I say all that ^^^ just to say this

    Nas >>>>>>> Jay

  32. catch22 Says:

    True, but note The exact same music is not being recreated.
    ^^

    and thats why i think artists like crooked I or joell ortiz have appeal (-).
    they are have a flow similar to the early 90’s west and east coast, but its not the same as what was coming out then.
    but i see what you’re saying.

  33. Jud Buechler Says:

    # KilluminattI7 Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:28 pm

    @ Boosie/Jud Buechler

    okay okay.. Good point.. I can see what you sayin.. and I kinda wanna agree, but I don’t.. I for one prefer (and still rock out and vibe to) my OB4CL, Enta Da Stage, It Was Written, My 36 Chambers, my IronMan, Muddy Water, All Eyez on Me, Chronic, Dare iz A Darkside, Most Beautifullest Thing, etc and the list goes on waaaay more than anything that has come out prob’ly in the last 6-8 years

    just my take…

    Still and all you presented a good with strong support for your contention

    props due

    ***

    I’m not Boosie, just Jud Buechler.

    I totally agree with you. I mostly listen to what I consider the best music. Like those you named. I just consider to call them an older form of rap. I see nothing wrong with a new era taking place, I just prefer to listen to those all those that you named. Just like My parents prefer to listen to the music of their era.

  34. KilluminattI7 Says:

    or “RELAVENCE” FOH

    one can only dream of a day when we all, as hip-hop headz untied

    obtain the capability to do-away with that non-sensical term

  35. catch22 Says:

    jud boose-ler

  36. b-ease Says:

    ^Well i’ma lost mu’fukka, So your saying he was gonna make songs like “Blue Magic” “American Dreaming” “American Gangster” “Party life” w/o seeing the movie? I know he was gonna make another album & he prolly wanted to take it back on some gutter shit, but I still feel the movie gave him ideas & motivation to come up with those lyrics, flatout, I can’t see it no other way

    ^^^
    I think he made Blue Magic and American Gangster (I dont see what about Party Life and American Dreaming directly relates to being inspried by AG, but I digress) after he realized that the movie was going to be his vehicle by which to keep rapping about selling dope. There’s no way to know for sure, i just tend not to give jay the benefit with shit like this.

  37. Joe 88 Says:

    The first Funkmaster Flex studio album “60 minutes of funk” came out in like 93-94 or something like that, & it was the first time the world got a chance to hear Big Pun

  38. Soul Clapper Says:

    co-sign on “obtain the capability”.

  39. nation Says:

    >> I wonder what his endgame is with this huge internet push he’s been orchestrating over the past few months.

    I think it dates back to the Cam beef. he saw that the internet ate up that whole shit, starting from the ripped Hot 97 phone calls, to the disses to the videos. the blogs and MySpace pages were benefiting too much and 50 Cent didn’t see a Cent and took a lyrical thrashing for it

  40. b-ease Says:

    I totally agree with you. I mostly listen to what I consider the best music. Like those you named. I just consider to call them an older form of rap. I see nothing wrong with a new era taking place, I just prefer to listen to those all those that you named. Just like My parents prefer to listen to the music of their era.

    ^^^
    Co-sign one hunnid.I was trying to say the same thing in my previous tangent but thats the proverbial nail right there.

  41. Willy Swagger Says:

    YEAHHHHHHHHHHHH(c) Jeezy

  42. Willy Swagger Says:

    BTW Pet Peeve of the day, the Internet Use of : Chess not Checkers …………

  43. Casual T Says:

    blunted, contradictory street poets > commercial, money orientated hustlers…?

  44. Jud Buechler Says:

    For the Past 75-years to a century Teen to young adult music has defined the era of Music, or what style sound of music should be made or what they like.

    Music can be explained like a basic science principle.

    So when your kids get older, they will be saying the exact same thing like. Man Young Joc was hot, but these dudes called Lil zippos are trash. What has this music world turned into.

    Our parents said the same thing about our music.

  45. Casual T Says:

    blunted, contradictory street poets > commercial, money orientated hustlers…?

  46. green eyes Says:

    whatd i miss?

  47. Joe 88 Says:

    *Currently listening to lil wayne “Gossip”*

    I remember the day the hip hop awards came on & he performed this song, no lie, it felt like the world stopped for 3:46 seconds, my phone was ringing off the hook, even the weezy haters said he killed that shit, the ones that missed it was extremly mad. Only if he held on to this song until his album came out, alot of naw sayers would be singing a different tune.

  48. KilluminattI7 Says:

    Mixtapes were a New York thing.

    ^^^

    UNDISPUTABLE (no Wesley adn Ving Rhames boxing in th ebing)

    statement is UNDENIABLE TRUTH

    GOSPEL, if you will.

  49. Willy Swagger Says:

    Ya Weezy Killed it live when I went to go see him. His Following is a mix of people thats why I think he will do ok whenever he drops. He Killed the Dey Know remix ……………

  50. Joe 88 Says:

    So when your kids get older, they will be saying the exact same thing like. Man Young Joc was hot, but these dudes called Lil zippos are trash. What has this music world turned into.

    Our parents said the same thing about our music.

    ^Co-sign

  51. Willy Swagger Says:

    Our parents said the same thing about our music.

    ^Co-sign

    ^^^^True, Circle gets the square(c) phuque

  52. D_block_4_life Says:

    The Big Bang > Any other Busta album’s

  53. Dem Says:

    well, hey you know what, fuck yous guys.

    *ghostrides the bay’s inferiority complex*

  54. Joe 88 Says:

    Aint nobody fucking wit me man, he-man, ski mask, spending next weeks cash, he’s fast

  55. snort_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    gATTDAMN! The Jacksons are DeadAssBroke… Joe is gonna kick SOMEBODYS ass in a minute!

  56. catch22 Says:

    For the Past 75-years to a century Teen to young adult music has defined the era of Music, or what style sound of music should be made or what they like.

    ^^

    this is true. but unfortunately kids today are fucking idiots. (except for the kid that threw rocks at soulja boy)

  57. Willy Swagger Says:

    http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/12/975776/Rosaritobeach.jpg
    ^^^Me in Rosarito, You Mad?
    http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/4/12/975776/littlecuzandI.jpg

    ^^^^My swag on easter, look I am fresh or not? and The little Cousin Drew brees, No Birthmarks

  58. Soul Clapper Says:

    So when your kids get older, they will be saying the exact same thing like. Man Young Joc was hot, but these dudes called Lil zippos are trash. What has this music world turned into.

    Our parents said the same thing about our music.

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

    That’s a different thing.

    Our parents don’t understand the music. They don’t understand the culture. It was all new and all alien. What we are talking about here is a sub-culture… I understand the music, I understand these new dudes. It’s Hip Hop. But it’s clueless, artless, unoriginal corporate bullshit. The new Fat Joe album was so devoid of inspiration (except for a KRS appearance and a Preemo beat) I almost shed a tear. When did the dude from the Represent album become a wannabe Hot Boy?

    And it’s not about simplicity. Simplicity can be hugely creative. Beats and rhymes… a DJ looping a break… at it’s core, that is simple. It’s just the copy cat rhymes, copy cat subject matter, everybody doing the same thing-type shit that grates. It’s all about money these days. You’re a hustler, he’s a hustler. You’re rich, he’s rich. Blah blah blah. I remember when I could hear a beat, or some scratching, and it would be a signature sound. I could tell during the intro that this is new BDP, new Gang Starr, new Mobb Deep, new Geto Boys. Now, it’s all the same.

    Bad music is bad music. Doesn’t matter how old I am.

  59. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    I’m not Boosie, just Jud Buechler.

    ***LOL…ol schizophrenic (sp?) lookin’ ass ninja…

    Interviewer: Jud, can I talk to Boosie? (none)
    Jud: Boosie’s not here right now……
    Interviewer: I really need to talk to him….can you get him for me?

    Jud rolls eyes in the back of his head (disclaimer), starts breathing weird and talking with a different voice…

    “Somebody ask for boosie, lad? It’s mangos, son!!!!”

  60. Joe 88 Says:

    this is true. but unfortunately kids today are fucking idiots. (except for the kid that threw rocks at soulja boy)

    ^Our parents thought the same thing, & obviously you feel the same way, it’s a ongoing cycle, it’ll never change

  61. green eyes Says:

    # icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:47 pm

    I’m not Boosie, just Jud Buechler.

    ***LOL…ol schizophrenic (sp?) lookin’ ass ninja…

    Interviewer: Jud, can I talk to Boosie? (none)
    Jud: Boosie’s not here right now……
    Interviewer: I really need to talk to him….can you get him for me?

    Jud rolls eyes in the back of his head (disclaimer), starts breathing weird and talking with a different voice…

    “Somebody ask for boosie, lad? It’s mangos, son!!!!”

    ^ lmao. boosie, jakk, lanna, enon, jud and those are just the recent ones… damn homie

  62. Willy Swagger Says:

    ok no homo but what exactly does cuts in your eyebrow represent?

  63. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Willy Swagger Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 1:42 pm
    Our parents said the same thing about our music.

    ^Co-sign

    ^^^^True, Circle gets the square(c) phuque

    ***Listening to hip hop, my pops used to say it reminded him of bee-bop/I said well daddy, don’t you know things go in cycles/wait and bobby brown is just ampin’ like michael (c) Q-Tip

  64. Jud Buechler Says:

    I like that Lollipop song. It’s different and new. The T-painization of Urban music has begun to take place.

    I like how lil wayne is trying to be on the edge of urban music.

    It’s interesting to see how rap is going to take place.

    We’re now in the swag bounce era, but swag has always been a part of hip-hop. Just different forms of swag takes on new forms of Urban Music.

  65. catch22 Says:

    ^Our parents thought the same thing, & obviously you feel the same way, it’s a ongoing cycle, it’ll never change

    ^^
    nah, if my parents thought that i was an idiot, i’d throw rocks at them.

    although i agreed with this:
    “For the Past 75-years to a century Teen to young adult music has defined the era of Music, or what style sound of music should be made or what they like.”

    i side with what soul clapper just said.

  66. Soul Clapper Says:

    ok no homo but what exactly does cuts in your eyebrow represent?

    ^ Big Daddy Kane, Skoob Lover & Scrap Lover, DJ Mister Cee. Stylin’ on you.

  67. Willy Swagger Says:

    Soul Clapper do you think Soulja Boi(sp?) knows of these people? ok they had it but what does it mean?

  68. Two-Times Says:

    yall faggots would probably like to see Wayne & baby kiss live huh?
    smh

    like what would yall do if you at a Wayne concert and he brought Baby out onstage and kissed him infront of the audience…? Would you stand there and clap for the homo??

    shaking my fuckin head………

    if Wayne and Baby was doing that shit during the 90’s era when Pac & BIG were runnin shit, Wayne would be expelled outta the rap game… i don’t care how live his “lyrics” are
    nobody would tolerate that homo ass shit..

    but now we got a gang of young folks with no princples or morals, so yall let that homo shit slide…

    fuckin faggot lovers…smh…

    I can’t rock with music knowing a openly gay faggot dude made it….

    Cormega’s ‘The True Meaning’ > Lil Wayne homo existence

  69. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Soul Clapper Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 1:52 pm
    ok no homo but what exactly does cuts in your eyebrow represent?

    ^ Big Daddy Kane, Skoob Lover & Scrap Lover, DJ Mister Cee. Stylin’ on you.

    ***I seen the same thing happen to Kane/3 cuts in ya eyebrows, trynna wild out….(c)amel

  70. Jud Buechler Says:

    # green eyes Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    # icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:47 pm

    I’m not Boosie, just Jud Buechler.

    ***LOL…ol schizophrenic (sp?) lookin’ ass ninja…

    Interviewer: Jud, can I talk to Boosie? (none)
    Jud: Boosie’s not here right now……
    Interviewer: I really need to talk to him….can you get him for me?

    Jud rolls eyes in the back of his head (disclaimer), starts breathing weird and talking with a different voice…

    “Somebody ask for boosie, lad? It’s mangos, son!!!!”

    ^ lmao. boosie, jakk, lanna, enon, jud and those are just the recent ones… damn homie

    ********

    Lol, that was funny, gotta give it to ya’ll but Jud exists independently of Boosie.

  71. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    I can’t rock with music knowing a openly gay faggot dude made it….

    ***whaddup, 2x? No Michael Jackson on the iPod?

  72. Soul Clapper Says:

    Fuxito… I don’t think it means anything homie. Just those dudes expressing their style. Like the high-top fades dudes used to rock.

    Is Soulja Boy rocking the eyebrow cuts too? Maybe son is paying homage..?

  73. Willy Swagger Says:

    I am ambivalent when it comes to homoness.

  74. Joe 88 Says:

    >like what would yall do if you at a Wayne concert and he brought Baby out onstage and kissed him infront of the audience…? Would you stand there and clap for the homo??

    *Runs at top speed towards the window*

    *Cannon ball dives out of the window*

    *Lands directly on the pavement*

    Truth be told 2x, mofo’s is so confused, that thay prolly would cheer & shit. The thought of that is too funny (n/h)

  75. Willy Swagger Says:

    I love Michael Jackson Like a brother who is dying of drug use

  76. nation Says:

    htp://images.dailytech.com/nimage/7690_large_whatthe.jpg

    ^ you circlejerkers stay losing

  77. b-ease Says:

    I can’t rock with music knowing a openly gay faggot dude made it….

    ^^^
    Man, you ever seen Pac with that gumby doing the interview at the School at Performing Arts? Or the tape he and Jada made dancing at Adventure World make-a-video? Or the fact that John Singleton said they had to keep re-filming Pacs fight with Joe Torry in Poetic Justic, because Pac couldnt pull it off? Im not saying Pac was a fag, I’m just not saying he wasnt. MegaPause.

    *dodges spear*

  78. green eyes Says:

    I can’t rock with music knowing a openly gay faggot dude made it….

    ^ really? No R.E.M? No Elton John? Old gay white guys or not.. they made good music.

  79. catch22 Says:

    I can’t rock with music knowing a openly gay faggot dude made it….

    ^^
    quick, somebody link 50 wavin around giant dildos (-)

  80. Plug Says:

    Mixtapes were a New York thing.
    ——-
    thats stoopid

  81. Joe 88 Says:

    @ b-ease

    Fall back with all that pac shit, if you need someone to make an example of, use kan-gay west, never speak about pac in that light again, thanx in advance

    lol

  82. b-ease Says:

    Cormega’s ‘The True Meaning’ > Lil Wayne homo existence

    ^^^
    The Realness>The Carter 2>Drought 3>True Meaning>Dedication 2

    just my opinion.

  83. Willy Swagger Says:

    I think a dude being gay has nothing to do with music, he can be gay and hard[||], Word to Omar

  84. Two-Times Says:

    smh @ this guy trying to cover Lil Wayne’s homo ass, by bringing up a Pac school clip he did with Jada pinkett

    thats the problem thesedays…

    people don’t want to call out somebody on that shit…they wanna bring up other irrelevant shit..

    Pac wasn’t a homo… Wayne kiss Baby in the mouth..THAT’S WHAT GAY PEOPLE DO…..What the fuck is wrong with you?..You can’t understand that

    but what?..you scared to call out that openly gay act ????

    instead you wanna say some bogus shit about Pac….smh…

  85. Joe 88 Says:

    The Realness>The Carter 2>Drought 3>True Meaning>Dedication 2

    ^Oh hell to tha naw, more like

    True meaning>The realness>Dedication>Dedication 2>Carter 2>Drought 3

  86. Willy Swagger Says:

    has the drought 5 dropped?

  87. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Willy Swagger Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 2:06 pm
    has the drought 5 dropped?

    ***Like it’s hot…wobbly wobble dee wobble…

  88. Soul Clapper Says:

    A ninja who knows a ninja, who knows a ninja who used to work at Tower Records, whose brother did a bid with Afeni Shakur’s OBGYN told me that Sugar Bear and ‘Pac would play Doctors and Nurses. Pac liked to be “cuddled roughly” and have objects placed up his ‘Khyber Pass’.

    True story. Possibly.

  89. snort_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    …then i stop’d…and laid it on her chest…then put her titties to the test! (c: FaceMOB)

  90. KilluminattI7 Says:

    Man, you ever seen Pac with that gumby doing the interview at the School at Performing Arts? Or the tape he and Jada made dancing at Adventure World make-a-video?

    ^^^
    or, listened to Biggie..?? BIG would be dope in any era IMHO (in my humble opinion for those of you who) but… if he had come out post-pause and ho homo era (i.e NOW) how would lyrics such as the following be received:

    “don’t they know my nigga gutta f*ckin kidnap kids/ f*ck em in the ass throw em over the bridge

    I jusst cyan’t see the Great Black Frank White uttering “pause” after spitting such bars.. it would greatly detract from his raw gutter idgaf dopeness

    No ho-mo sign…

  91. Joe 88 Says:

    I can’t front, I have to agree with 2x, there’s no comparison between Pac & Wayne, you can’t call a man gay unless you have proof, & we have proof of wayne kissing baby, flatout, lord knows how many times they did it behind closed doors. The admitted to kissing more than once, Pac never admitted to kissing anyone so, your whole arguement is pointless.

  92. Willy Swagger Says:

    BEFORE MARRIAGE
    John – Ah…At last. I can hardly wait!
    Jane – Do you want me to leave?
    John – NO! Don’t even think of it.
    Jane – Do you love me?
    John – Of course! Always have and always will!
    Jane – Have you ever cheated on me?
    John – NO! Why are you even asking?
    Jane – Will you kiss me?
    John – Every chance I get!
    Jane – Will you hit me?
    John – Heck no! Are you crazy?
    Jane – Can I trust you?
    John – Yes
    Jane – Darling!

    AFTER MARRIAGE
    Read from the bottom back to the top

  93. b-ease Says:

    @ 2x (and this is the last time I can comfortably discuss this)

    I never said Wayne hasnt done some extremely gay shit. I brought up Pac because he also had some extremely gay moments (extremely) and joe88 used Pac as an example of someone that wouldnt have tolerated Weezy’s homoness.

    and joe, i wont bring up Pacs name again in this light. Shooting two redneck cops overrides the fact that he may have been a cocksmoker. (NH of course)

    “Word thru the grapevine/You got fucked four times” (c) The GOAT

  94. Two-Times Says:

    Cormega – The True Meaning
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEC7FCyMIMo

    better and realer than anything Lil Wayne ever done in his life…

    “my pen speaks words my mouth envy”

    one of the realest lines EVER in hiphop…and u thought Lil Wayne was a lyricist????

    smh

  95. Jamz Says:

    Trust…there are plenty of undercover homos in the entertainment business that you would never suspect. That’s how they have to be to survive in the business and keep making money…

  96. CiCi The Intern Says:

    What up Mr. Swagger Personified? *hugs*

  97. b-ease Says:

    Pac never admitted to kissing anyone so, your whole arguement is pointless.

    ^^^
    you must not have seen the “gumby tape”…lol (shit, i discussed it again)

  98. Willy Swagger Says:

    *daps Cici* you see my easter swag pic? I was feeling myself

  99. Willy Swagger Says:

    *looks at Joe88* Lakers Bitch!

  100. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # Willy Swagger Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 2:11 pm

    *daps Cici* you see my easter swag pic? I was feeling myself
    ^^

    And you have every right to be …

  101. b-ease Says:

    one of the realest lines EVER in hiphop…and u thought Lil Wayne was a lyricist????

    ^^^
    i dont think he is. He is. So is Mega. And comparing their music lyric by lyric might be the biggest example of apples and oranges I can think of.

  102. green eyes Says:

    keep caling pac gay.. hell have a song on his next previously unreleased CD “i aint gay (but lil wayne is)”

  103. Crossbow Says:

    Wayne kissing Baby>>>>Pac in naked in the tub covered by jewelry>>Peedi Peedi in the bubble bath

  104. Willy Swagger Says:

    And you have every right to be …

    ^^ Nicest thing anybody has ever said here to me. Drinks are on the house tonight.

  105. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # Willy Swagger Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 2:12 pm

    *looks at Joe88* Lakers Sixers Bitch!

    *edited for authenticity*

  106. b-ease Says:

    “don’t they know my nigga gutta f*ckin kidnap kids/ f*ck em in the ass throw em over the bridge

    ^^^
    No need to pause that. It’s not gay. Its fucking sadistic. The King Is Dead! Long live the King!

  107. Joe 88 Says:

    you must not have seen the “gumby tape”…lol (shit, i discussed it again)

    ^I seen it, he didn’t say he kissed anyone, lol, he might of been soft spoken at that time, but it don’t mean he did any gay acts, we actually have proof of wayne kissing a person of the same gender, there’s really nothing more to say about wayne gayness, he still entertaining (music wise) & I don’t mind if he gay, i’m not fucking him or any man, that’s his buisness, but he’s gay. period

  108. snort_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    Crossbow Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 2:14 pm
    Wayne kissing Baby>>>>Pac in naked in the tub covered by jewelry>>Peedi Peedi in the bubble bath

    ^^
    By a Landslide.

  109. Jud Buechler Says:

    The gay thing kind of bristles people’s feathers, but since baby is wayne’s daddy I think people were willing to let that go on some father/son shit.

    The nature of their relationship can be justified lightly and loosely by it, but it still ruffles people’s feathers. Now I think they were doing it cause of some mob boss type shit they saw. That’s what I heard, I dont know if that’s true but I think they coped it, of some mafia family or something.

    Now when people talk about the wayne baby thing, they only bring it up to Discount wayne’s prowess in the game. People wouldnt never feel such a way about it if lil wayne wasn’t perceived by a lot as the best in the game right now.

    Now if you’re a 50 cent stan, you are going to throw all the ammo at all the lil wayne stans because 50 has a problem with lil wayne being on top or having the most buzz right now. That’s the nature of Rap. X a person out the game anyway you can. It’s survival of the fittest in the rap game. It’s built loosely on street principles, so I understand the nature of the game.

  110. b-ease Says:

    Pac in naked in the tub covered by jewelry

    ^^^
    Wow…I completely forgot about that one. I remember seeing it (yep, NH) and just being…I dont know…freaked out…

  111. Willy Swagger Says:

    he still entertaining (music wise) & I don’t mind if he gay, i’m not fucking him or any man, that’s his buisness.

    ^^^^WORD!

  112. KilluminattI7 Says:

    awww maaan

    dare I delve into this deep discussion

    (remembers previous post..))

    oops to late..

    yeah man co-sign 2times on Mega montana bein a dope MC and under-appreciated lyricist ( i have that on here many times)

    but yo man…

    there was SOME instances where PAC (a younger pac but still w/e) looked rather umm…. EFFEMINATE if y ou will..

    we know not what most of these rappers do behind their closed doors

    I try and jusst judge them on their body of work i.e their material i.e the product they put out… and let the judging of their lifestyle or whatevr thier REAL character and personality are up to someone else I guess

    it is what it is man..

  113. green eyes Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 2:14 pm

    you must not have seen the “gumby tape”…lol (shit, i discussed it again)

    ^I seen it, he didn’t say he kissed anyone, lol, he might of been soft spoken at that time, but it don’t mean he did any gay acts, we actually have proof of wayne kissing a person of the same gender, there’s really nothing more to say about wayne gayness, he still entertaining (music wise) & I don’t mind if he gay, i’m not fucking him or any man, that’s his buisness, but he’s gay. period

    ^ sometimes, when he says shot like this.. i think joe is one of the most mature cat on nah right. despite the “long shorts”

  114. Joe 88 Says:

    *looks at Joe88* Lakers are Bitches!

    ^Co-sign

  115. green eyes Says:

    but since baby is wayne’s daddy I think people were willing to let that go on some father/son shit.

    ^ no he isnt. and if in fact he actaully were.. incest isnt a good look.

  116. HHF Says:

    hippity hippity hop

  117. HHF Says:

    hippity hippity hop

  118. Willy Swagger Says:

    Yo I have to kiss my uncles, aunts and dad on the cheek, no gay ish involved its culture. But aint nothing mob related about kissing on the lips, thats just gay.

  119. b-ease Says:

    green eyes Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 2:12 pm
    keep caling pac gay.. hell have a song on his next previously unreleased CD “i aint gay (but lil wayne is)”

    ^^^
    lol

    Does HNIC2 come out next week? I havent looked forward to buying a album this much since…Return of the Mac.

  120. snort_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    green eyes Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 2:18 pm
    but since baby is wayne’s daddy I think people were willing to let that go on some father/son shit.

    ^ no he isnt. and if in fact he actaully were.. incest isnt a good look.

    ^^^
    and SHES from the SOUTH and cant co’Sign that shit!!!

  121. cOLD Says:

    2x’s is right about Comega.

  122. snort_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

  123. Willy Swagger Says:

    I got that Peace Talks – Blu and Ta’raach Jawn. Havent listened to it all yet, but its on Some Sa-Ra shit, for a comparison.

  124. Big Homie Says:

    What’s the deal ya’ll?

    lol at Fux

  125. cOLD Says:

    LOVE this brother’s realness (genuine). You could feel his realness through the aura he gives off in his music. He is definitely remanant of a cut of Emcee that has perished mostly. I wish cats like him dominated the airwaves instead of these Teluh Tubby ass fake fuc*kin’ gangstas who be claiming ‘Street.’ Peace to the God…

    ^ comment taken from youtube. co-sign

  126. moresickaMC Says:

    # Two-Times Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 1:53 pm

    yall faggots would probably like to see Wayne & baby kiss live huh?
    smh

    like what would yall do if you at a Wayne concert and he brought Baby out onstage and kissed him infront of the audience…? Would you stand there and clap for the homo??

    shaking my fuckin head………

    if Wayne and Baby was doing that shit during the 90’s era when Pac & BIG were runnin shit, Wayne would be expelled outta the rap game… i don’t care how live his “lyrics” are
    nobody would tolerate that homo ass shit..

    but now we got a gang of young folks with no princples or morals, so yall let that homo shit slide…

    fuckin faggot lovers…smh…

    I can’t rock with music knowing a openly gay faggot dude made it….

    Cormega’s ‘The True Meaning’ > Lil Wayne homo existence
    ^^^
    co-sign Weezy has got waay too many passes. But it reflects the general f&cced up state of the culture right now…that he is then considered the best by some.

  127. Two-Times Says:

    Jud Buechler Says:

    The gay thing kind of bristles people’s feathers, but since baby is wayne’s daddy I think people were willing to let that go on some father/son shit.

    The nature of their relationship can be justified lightly and loosely by it, but it still ruffles people’s feathers. Now I think they were doing it cause of some mob boss type shit they saw. That’s what I heard, I dont know if that’s true but I think they coped it, of some mafia family or something.

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

    hahahahha….wow it’s come to this

    Boosie defending homos?

    1st.. that ain’t Wayne’s REAL dad…Wayne was like 12 when he met Baby

    2nd….Father and Sons don’t KISS ON THE MOUTH……..Homos do that

    3rd. Wayne’s real father is turing in the grave right now, knowing a 40 year old man was kissing Wayne in the mouth and on the lips…

    4. The Mafia have never been known to KISS ON THE MOUTH…. and don’t bring up the “Godfather”..that was just a movie..and he did it because he was gonna murk his brother…In the HISTORY of the MAFIA, there has never be known to KISS OTHER MEMBERS IN THE MOUTH……..
    smh

    5. ahahhaahahhahahahahhah @ you defending Wayne kissing another man….

  128. Willy Swagger Says:

    *daps BH* Hey do you get the Levi/J pack?

  129. Joe 88 Says:

    *Wipes eyes*

    Is that cOLD co-signing a cormega comment?

    *Looks out the window*

    The world must be coming to a end
    ——————————————————————————-
    sometimes, when he says shot like this.. i think joe is one of the most mature cat on nah right. despite the “long shorts”

    ^Thanks green, I like to think of myself as a………………wait a minute, “long shorts” are immature?

    *Calls Jay-Z & Jadakiss on 3-way (n/h)*

  130. green eyes Says:

    hi big homie!

    cold00 whos that quote about?

  131. Willy Swagger Says:

    http://www.echalk.co.uk/amusements/Games/games.htm

    ^^ Time consumer option, No Nah Commenting

  132. Big Homie Says:

    *daps BH* Hey do you get the Levi/J pack?

    ^ Did but we sold out

  133. snort_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    is it me or are Niggas DJs pussy… WhooKid is a Homo.

  134. Soul Clapper Says:

    Aside from a few tracks on The Carter II, Tha Mobb and what have you, I don’t particularly like Wayne’s music. I think he does his thing, and he tries to set trends rather than follow them, so he’s no villain of Hip Hop to me, but I don’t support the dude in any way, shape or form.

    But the kissing his daddy issue, the kid is not gay for that. I haven’t shook my fathers hand in a minute, never mind put my lips to the dude, but Wayne and Baby are acting out some Mafia fantasy, not a homo-erotic one. They think they are bosses, and that is some respectful, “blood is thicker than water”-type shit to do. They think they are showing love. It’s misguided, and sad. But those dudes are not cockboys.

  135. Joe 88 Says:

    hahahahha….wow it’s come to this

    Boosie defending homos?

    ^Pardon me, I had to laugh at that.

  136. Jamz Says:

    Jud Buechler Says:

    March 25th, 2008 at 2:15 pm
    The gay thing kind of bristles people’s feathers, but since baby is wayne’s daddy I think people were willing to let that go on some father/son shit.

    The nature of their relationship can be justified lightly and loosely by it, but it still ruffles people’s feathers. Now I think they were doing it cause of some mob boss type shit they saw. That’s what I heard, I dont know if that’s true but I think they coped it, of some mafia family or something.

    Now when people talk about the wayne baby thing, they only bring it up to Discount wayne’s prowess in the game. People wouldnt never feel such a way about it if lil wayne wasn’t perceived by a lot as the best in the game right now.

    ^^Nah…even on a father and son tip, that’s more like incest! I could care less about Wayne’s success personally. Being the most popular doesn’t make you the best. Wayne is getting his shine right now, and that’s good for the kid because he’s been doing it for a minute now. It’s all about personal preference when it comes to judging his skill level though.

    You take away all of the fame, money, videos, cars, clothes, jewelry, etc. and you are left with a man. If u walked into a mall parking lot and saw two strange men giving each other a kiss, you wouldn’t think “yeah, they on some mafia type shit”…you’d say they must be gay. That’s all most folks did when they saw the pic of Wayne and Bird lip locking…

  137. moresickaMC Says:

    # Jud Buechler Says:
    March 25th, 2008 at 2:15 pm

    The gay thing kind of bristles people’s feathers, but since baby is wayne’s daddy I think people were willing to let that go on some father/son shit.

    The nature of their relationship can be justified lightly and loosely by it, but it still ruffles people’s feathers. Now I think they were doing it cause of some mob boss type shit they saw. That’s what I heard, I dont know if that’s true but I think they coped it, of some mafia family or something.

    Now when people talk about the wayne baby thing, they only bring it up to Discount wayne’s prowess in the game. People wouldnt never feel such a way about it if lil wayne wasn’t perceived by a lot as the best in the game right now.

    Now if you’re a 50 cent stan, you are going to throw all the ammo at all the lil wayne stans because 50 has a problem with lil wayne being on top or having the most buzz right now. That’s the nature of Rap. X a person out the game anyway you can. It’s survival of the fittest in the rap game. It’s built loosely on street principles, so I understand the nature of the game.
    ^^
    if 50 or Jay kissed another man on the lips they would get thrown under the bulldozer. but weezy stannery is on some peculiar sh*

  138. cOLD Says:

    cold00 whos that quote about?

    ^comega
    ———-

    Joe I never shitted on Mega, you should know those QB MC’s are some of the greatest to bless the mic.

  139. Crossbow Says:

    Jud Buechler Says:

    The gay thing kind of bristles people’s feathers, but since baby is wayne’s daddy I think people were willing to let that go on some father/son shit.

    The nature of their relationship can be justified lightly and loosely by it, but it still ruffles people’s feathers. Now I think they were doing it cause of some mob boss type shit they saw. That’s what I heard, I dont know if that’s true but I think they coped it, of some mafia family or something.

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

    Not to beat a dead horse, but go back and look at that pic closely. TQ (Where the fuck did he go?) is visibly disgusted, as is the big black cat in the middle of the picture. On the far left, dude with the white du-rag has to turn away to keep from laughing at those pair of peter puffers.

    “That’s Some Shameful Shit!” (c) Clay Davis

  140. snort_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    MANLAW # 000-00-0001
    “Thou Shal NOT Kiss Other Man on Face, below eyes” (1) (2)
    (1. Unless Man has Young Male Child under 7yrs)
    (2. Unless Man has aling/dying Father)

    *bangs Hammer*

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