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Video: Fat Joe’s Album Release Party [2/3]

Fat Joe’s album release party for “Elephant in the Room” at the Sofa Lounge, BX, NY. Rick Ross, KRS, and Slick Rick chill with Joey Krillz backstage at his album release party.

In this part Rick Ross tunes in as KRS One gives his favorite picks on Joe’s album and speaks on the “N-Word” controversy.


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17 Responses to “Video: Fat Joe’s Album Release Party [2/3]”

  1. ELECTROGREMLINCS88 Says:

    COCKSLAPPIN BITCHES, SINCE 88′

  2. Foekist Says:

    The dick riding he did on the last clip of slick rick and KRS One was a bit more than needed IMO… it’s one thing to pay homage, but to say a MAN is right underneath GOD is a little too much

  3. Plug Says:

    Even “murda muzik” is takin it back, and Mobb Deep don’t sound SHIT like that no more
    ———
    nobody is gonna sound exactly like they did 10 years ago. but its the same fomula. Hav alchemist and P. nobody has had a run as long as they have.

    LF: Is Hav and P still cool? the lack of hav beats on HNIC2 flagged that thought

  4. ELECTROGREMLINCS88 Says:

    (sees no people in homeroom)
    *goes to look @ MissInfo*

    *erection follows*

  5. Plug Says:

    i’d have to get a fresh listen to murda muzik, i remember it had some serious bangers, but i remember thinkin at the time that HNIC was the best cd in recent history. I’m gonna say that’s a false statement until i get a fresh listen to MM
    —————-
    Its classic I’d say that. I got it on now. I dont ever remeber ever skippin tracks on this cd.

  6. lo k Says:

    I don’t understand the allure of HNIC… I never have… IMO there are like 3 dope tracks and maybe another 2 on top of that that are good, the rest, I could really do without…

    What You Rep, Keep It Thoro, and the one where they’re talkin’ about drivin’ thru NYC in the summer (someone smoke some weed for me) are tight tho….

  7. lo k Says:

    ELECTROGREMLINCS88 Says:

    March 26th, 2008 at 8:57 am
    (sees no people in homeroom)
    *goes to look @ MissInfo*

    *erection follows*

    ^^^^ AYO!!!

    nigga, erections don’t follow you unless you got a dick in the bootyhole…

  8. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    @ Plug

    I hear ya, and have no problem with that, it’s just when people start talkin about “MC Pistol Starter aint hot no more” it get’s me vexed…

    *Runs up to the podium, mugs the speaker, clears throat*

    Fuck moving forward
    Fuck being relevant today

    That’s the problem with these niggas. They feel like they have to be in the limelight and sell a million records everytime the drop. I got 18 year old students I teach that listen to Guns N Roses and that really says something being that they were only 3 when the shit came out. How long the Peppers been dropping albums? Since ’84

    That’s why I fucks wit the indies

    That’s why I fucks wit DOOM

    (no homo)

  9. ELECTROGREMLINCS88 Says:

    lo k Says:

    March 26th, 2008 at 9:00 am
    ELECTROGREMLINCS88 Says:

    March 26th, 2008 at 8:57 am
    (sees no people in homeroom)
    *goes to look @ MissInfo*

    *erection follows*

    ^^^^ AYO!!!

    nigga, erections don’t follow you unless you got a dick in the bootyhole…

    ^^^
    (sicks dog on Lo’K)
    …watchyaMout’LikleBwoy…

  10. Plug Says:

    I don’t understand the allure of HNIC… I never have… IMO there are like 3 dope tracks and maybe another 2 on top of that that are good, the rest, I could really do without…
    ———-
    wow. I think I’ve listend to that cd at least once every couple months since its release in 2000. and when it goes in the player it stays for at least a week. That cd is better than any cd nas and jay ever made in they careers. I even have the clean version for days when i wanna listen to it loud at work. I still get goosebumps and teary eyed when veterens memorial comes on.

  11. Foekist Says:

    lo k Says:

    March 26th, 2008 at 8:59 am
    I don’t understand the allure of HNIC… I never have… IMO there are like 3 dope tracks and maybe another 2 on top of that that are good, the rest, I could really do without…

    What You Rep, Keep It Thoro, and the one where they’re talkin’ about drivin’ thru NYC in the summer (someone smoke some weed for me) are tight tho….

    $$

    to each his own, but that whole cd was bangin to the 5th power, whatever that means. the beats were dramatic, bass-filled, and P talked alot of shit and his swag was just right on that whole cd. I can’t put my finger on it as far as why, but HNIC is one of my all time favorite cd’s.

  12. lo k Says:

    SMH @ this ninja gettin’ Q’s to come after me…

  13. eskay Says:

    >>it’s one thing to pay homage, but to say a MAN is right underneath GOD is a little too much

    you think so? why?

  14. Digital scales Says:

    That’s why I fucks wit DOOM
    ^
    the villian aiint rhyming off bread alone, let him get some cognac, a mic, and a headphone

  15. The Dunce Says:

    KRS (the spiritual head of the T.E.M.P.L.E.) says we need more niggas…. hmmm… maybe hip hop is dead or at least spiriutally dead?

  16. Jersey Wearer Says:

    Plug, I think Prodigy feels he has more chemistry with Alchemist behind the boards and that’s why he relies primarily on him for his solo joints. But Hav and P are Mobb Deep and Hav of course has to take a majority of the production duties on Mobb albums.

  17. Rick Ross Says:

    I wanted to leave but this nigga kept runnin his mouth.

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