Video: Wu-Tang – My Heart Gently Weeps (Behind the Scenes)

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  1. Ghost Writer Says:

    fAG

  2. duyukid Says:

    FIRST

  3. Two-Times Says:

    Mama se, mama sa, Mama coo sa

  4. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    They shoulda made a video for “campfire”

  5. Big Homie Says:

    Wuuuuu

  6. Willy Swagger Says:

    nobody knows how i move like wolves in sheep clothes(c) Gza

  7. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    SMH @ some foot action shoe salesman al bundy lookin-ass nigga dissing a guy who just sold 46,000 albums.

    ^^ he was like a 17-18 year old black kid, who probably would have your e-thug all shook…

    ^^^he still didn’t sell 46,000 albums like fat joe did. maybe if you two team up, you can sell 46,000 pairs of reeboks in a year.

    SMH @ po’ass motherfuckers dissing rappers based on sales. GTFOH

  8. duyukid Says:

    # duyukid Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:37 pm

    FIRST

    ^^^^^^

    sike.

  9. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    btw eskay, the pic of Beans & Peedi= hilarious

    In fact, if I were Beans, I would stand no where near Peedi in any SP photo shoot from now on

  10. Willy Swagger Says:

    word M-roc if the cat would have been like ‘I listened to that fat joe its weak’ I might give him some credence but talking about sales as to point out an artists validity is definetly for the birds. Word To Blu less than 20k sold

  11. Willy Swagger Says:

    *daps Venacular*

  12. b-ease Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:34 pm
    Looking foward to G-Unit Gangsta Grillz tape > Fab Gangsta Grillz tape

    ^^^
    Fab wasted his prime. Now he wants to act like he can still be a contender, but his time (much like State Property’s) has passed.

  13. Two-Times Says:

    >>SMH @ po’ass motherfuckers dissing rappers based on sales. GTFOH

    ^^^^^

    but yall bringin up Banks albums sales is cool huh?

    like i said yall some faggot broke going no where hyprocrite e-thugs….

  14. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:38 pm
    SMH @ some foot action shoe salesman al bundy lookin-ass nigga dissing a guy who just sold 46,000 albums.

    ^^ he was like a 17-18 year old black kid, who probably would have your e-thug all shook…

    ^^^he still didn’t sell 46,000 albums like fat joe did. maybe if you two team up, you can sell 46,000 pairs of reeboks in a year.

    SMH @ po’ass motherfuckers dissing rappers based on sales. GTFOH

    ^^

    Cosign, Ghost’s BDR was way better than most of these poo-putt rappers albums. All hail the underground (c) Xzibit (no Shock G, Money B)

  15. Willy Swagger Says:

    B are you kidding? Fab has mastered the climate, he drops Ringtone Worthy singles, while staying relatively lyrical and dope. I AM NOT A FAN

  16. BabyDoll Says:

    Frontin’ niggas give me heebeejeebees…

  17. RIGZ Says:

    Considering what the SONG’s about, I would have thought would make this video mopre street orientated a la:

    Cream, Can It Be, Incarcerated Scarfaces, etc.

    Its fucked up how now the Kung-Fu shit is the be all & end all of Wu’s being. When they first came out, it was more of a sidenote…They were more road orientated

    And where’s Meth, Rae & Ghost AKA THE PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY RAP ON THE SONG?!?!?!?!?

  18. Ghost Writer Says:

    Blu less than 20k sold

    ^
    wOW…..man rap is going back to how it was…..

  19. Big Homie Says:

    In fact, if I were Beans, I would stand no where near Peedi in any SP photo shoot from now on

    ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gcpR8yZdn8

    I still laugh when I come across this…lol

  20. G7 Says:

    Willy Swagger Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:24 pm
    *daps7*

    Yo is that Guilty Simpson jawn, good? Like I have alot of music and I get lost cuz I stick to the same shit that moves me, but if it has any heatseekers I will listen

    ====
    I was just gonna ask you if you checked it. Production is top notch…Mr. Porter, Dilla, Black Milk, Oh No. If you like Guilty’s style/delivery you’ll find some heaters on it. There’s a track with Sean Price on it that thumps!

  21. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    Willy Swagger Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:41 pm
    *daps Venacular*

    ^^

    *daps Will Swag Her*

    What it be like in San Diego? Prolly sunny and nice as shit

  22. eskay Says:

    niggas in the barbershop were talking about sales the other day and I wanted to be like, why and how do ya’ll even know these #’s? ya’ll are barbers for crying out loud.

  23. green eyes Says:

    # eskay Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:45 pm

    niggas in the barbershop were talking about sales the other day and I wanted to be like, why and how do ya’ll even know these #’s? ya’ll are barbers for crying out loud.

    ^ cats aint even content being wannabe rappers anymore…every motherfucker wants to be a psuedo executive poppin bottles and dancing with models. i blame dame.

  24. Two-Times Says:

    niggas in the barbershop were talking about sales the other day and I wanted to be like, why and how do ya’ll even know these #’s? ya’ll are barbers for crying out loud.

    ^^^^

    it’s the reality nowadays, if u wanna accept or not…right or wrong..it is… it’s kinda part of the culture of of hiphop now…

  25. RIGZ Says:

    green eyes Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:47 pm
    # eskay Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:45 pm

    niggas in the barbershop were talking about sales the other day and I wanted to be like, why and how do ya’ll even know these #’s? ya’ll are barbers for crying out loud.

    ^ cats aint even content being wannabe rappers anymore…every motherfucker wants to be a psuedo executive poppin bottles and dancing with models. i blame dame.

    ^^^^^^

    Yep. That scene in Big Pimpin converted 5 miliion minds…

    Farrakhan needs to holla at Dame to…lol

  26. Willy Swagger Says:

    What it be like in San Diego? Prolly sunny and nice as shit

    ^^ word if it isnt perfect its damn nigh 99%… Trying to play hookie to go watch the 1pm Padre game tomorrow. You?

    Yo 7 the production is enough for me to check on GP

  27. green eyes Says:

    it’s the reality nowadays, if u wanna accept or not…right or wrong..it is… it’s kinda part of the culture of of hiphop now…

    ^ that shit ait hip hop.. its the fucking bastardized rap music industry.. theres a definite distinction

  28. b-ease Says:

    Willy Swagger Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:43 pm
    B are you kidding? Fab has mastered the climate, he drops Ringtone Worthy singles, while staying relatively lyrical and dope. I AM NOT A FAN

    ^^^
    Sure, he’s relevant in most senses, but at one point he was GOOD. Now, sure, he’s mastered the climate (tho I think that’s debatable, but as soon as he leaves the game, he name will linger about as long as Newport smoke. I think he could have been more if he wanted to. I AM NOT A FAN EITHER.

  29. Dem Says:

    barbers cop soundscan now, eh?

  30. RIGZ Says:

    green eyes Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:52 pm
    it’s the reality nowadays, if u wanna accept or not…right or wrong..it is… it’s kinda part of the culture of of hiphop now…

    ^ that shit ait hip hop.. its the fucking bastardized rap music industry.. theres a definite distinction

    ^^^^^^^

    Its all Jay-Z’s fault. Yea, I said it…Its ALL Jay-Z’s fault.

  31. Willy Swagger Says:

    B ease I say mastered because he continues to sell more than Gold when he isnt from the South and doesnt have the hugest name. Thats pretty good right?

  32. G7 Says:

    8 Diagrams never grew on me. n/h. That album is a Wu ninja star with dull edges.

  33. AD Says:

    Two-Times Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:17 pm
    ^ there will be no cohesivness, its clear the south doesnt like 50, for his shots at wayne, the Boss rick ross, and fat joe. theres no love for G-unit in the South or West.

    Willy Swagger Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:15 pm
    you know what cold you’re right. Like he is taking shots first and then wants to turn around and play/cojole with them. 50 lost.

    Young Buck should just make a gangsta grills

    ^^^^^^^^^

    wow… yall are off on that one….. i should tell yall a story

    ^^^^^^^^^

    good story, now tells us why Weezy yeaIkissmydaddy Baby is on the INTRO to Buck’s mixtape… don’t worry I’ll wait (c) Katt Williams

  34. b-ease Says:

    Puffy and the invention of the “playa hata” is the cause of 90% of the bullshit we now associate with hiphop.

    And, yeah, sales dont matter in terms of artistry, but I think its real interesting, if not relevant.

  35. eskay Says:

    >>it’s the reality nowadays, if u wanna accept or not…right or wrong..it is… it’s kinda part of the culture of of hiphop now…

    see greenie’s comment above. and 2x, you’re the physical embodiment of that bullshit mentality. motherfuckers should worry about keeping as close an eye on they credit score as they do Fat Joe’s first week #’s.

  36. chea Says:

    *weeps gently*

  37. Foekist Says:

    ^ cats aint even content being wannabe rappers anymore…every motherfucker wants to be a psuedo executive poppin bottles and dancing with models. i blame dame.

    $$

    but it’s also because rappers don’t make as much money as they used to, so cats trying to get their own labels and crews so they can eat off other cats too. You didn’t see as many crews, clicks, etc when cd’s were selling

  38. Willy Swagger Says:

    you’re the physical embodiment of that bullshit mentality

    ^^WOooooooooooo

  39. b-ease Says:

    theres no love for G-unit in the South or West.

    ^^^
    Based on the fam I got out there, 50 gets a LOT of love out in Cali.

  40. Plug Says:

    eskay, whats the rundown on Studio B? Is the toast required? dress code?

  41. Dem Says:

    motherfuckers should worry about keeping as close an eye on they credit score as they do Fat Joe’s first week #’s.

    ^ smh @ our housing market. these muthafuckers want CASH now.

  42. PHOENIXXX Says:

    I’d rather be shot, stabbed, raped, dragged, lynched set ablaze and thrown off a roof

    than watch a Wu Tang video

    smh @ these Kung Fu niggas. fuckin wack man

  43. Willy Swagger Says:

    yo ayooooo alert , everytime i Hear the word ‘Specimen’ ….. I am like WHOA Pause Ayo, No’MO

  44. slick willie Says:

    who is has the most commercial money making song out right now?

    my choices

    V.I.C.-GET SILLY
    Soulja Boy-YAHH
    Shawty Lo-Dunn Dunn
    Rocko-Umma Do Me
    DFB-Side Of Your Neck

  45. Foekist Says:

    chea Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:59 pm
    *weeps gently*

    $$

    lol

  46. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    eskay Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:59 pm
    >>it’s the reality nowadays, if u wanna accept or not…right or wrong..it is… it’s kinda part of the culture of of hiphop now…

    see greenie’s comment above. and 2x, you’re the physical embodiment of that bullshit mentality. motherfuckers should worry about keeping as close an eye on they credit score as they do Fat Joe’s first week #’s.

    ^^^

    Especially these days. They way I feel? Nigga fuck your album scores, gas prices are going up and my car only takes 93 unleaded.

    Nigga I’m out here sellin blood plasma for gas money?!?!?

  47. slick willie Says:

    who is has the most commercial money making song out right now?

    my choices

    V.I.C.-GET SILLY
    Soulja Boy-YAHH
    Shawty Lo-Dunn Dunn
    Rocko-Umma Do Me
    DFB-Side Of Your Neck

    Let Me Know What You Think

  48. BK2LV Says:

    motherfuckers should worry about keeping as close an eye on they credit score as they do Fat Joe’s first week #’s.

    ^^^^

    game. set. match.

  49. green eyes Says:

    # Foekist Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:00 pm

    ^ cats aint even content being wannabe rappers anymore…every motherfucker wants to be a psuedo executive poppin bottles and dancing with models. i blame dame.

    $$

    but it’s also because rappers don’t make as much money as they used to, so cats trying to get their own labels and crews so they can eat off other cats too. You didn’t see as many crews, clicks, etc when cd’s were selling

    ^ nah foe that aint even it… anyone oth halfa brain knows the dys of pimpin rap to become a thousandaire are loooooong gone. these assholes still trying to put there homey who rhyme good on are just cight in some arrested development (no Tennessee) and refusing to get real job or develop a marketable skil. these idiots got all caught up n the glitter and glam that was the late 90s-early millennium trap movement. shit.. rappers know there is no money in rap… its these random mofos STILL trying to get on that lost the hardest

  50. b-ease Says:

    @Swag

    Yea, even tho I’m pretty sure his last record didn’t go gold, I still see where you’re coming from. Like I said, for better or worse, he’s still relevant in a broader sense, and that’s more than you can say bout a lot of these cats right now.

    Oh yea…I’ve said it before but just wanted to reiterate, “Trilla” is atrocious. Like, seriously fucking abominable. And that fake Game tracklisting was funny.

  51. kost2kost Says:

    Rza is the man…but does anyone think he should be acting? Noooo!!!!!!

  52. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    lol, I was waitin for firebird to show up

    *daps Phx*

    One of these niggas is related to you huh? I bet that’s the real story, when Wu was the absolute shit, what were you listening to instead?

  53. G7 Says:

    >>Is the toast required

    ^lol

  54. Plug Says:

    Soundscans have always been important. Going platinum is just as important as an NBA star having a champion ship ring. you cant call youself one of the greats without at least one. Otherwise you are just Joe Buddens Charles Barkley

  55. Foekist Says:

    from what i see, truly gettin rich via rap is to get known as a rapper, then use that to get relationships with people to do INNOVATIVE business moves, not clothing lines, vodka’s and sneakers.

  56. Willy Swagger Says:

    WORD TO JOE 88 BILLZ AND ALL THE KOBE HATERS

    That’s what happened to Ross during his rookie year, when Mikki Moore, then a Clippers teammate, engaged Bryant in a verbal duel from afar. Why, thought Ross, is Moore egging Bryant on?
    Bryant scored 37 points in 45 minutes. Ross went scoreless.
    “Who wants to get involved like that?” Ross said. “He doesn’t say much out there, but if you get under his skin, he’ll start talking to you.”
    Even Boston Celtics guard Sam Cassell, one of the biggest talkers in the game, agreed.
    “He’s too mentally strong for that,” Cassell said. “He gets the ball too much. How can you talk to a guy who gets 30 attempts? Even if he only makes 12, he’s going to get to the free-throw line 14 times.
    “Nobody can guard Kobe Bryant one-on-one. Kobe got that [Michael] Jordan in him. I saw Kobe make a shot against Phoenix, he got the ball, he went right, pumped the ball three times, shot it. Wop. You can’t talk when someone can do that.”
    Which naturally brings the question: Could Bryant guard Bryant?
    “This season’s more difficult than ever if I had to guard myself,” Bryant said. “In the past, I’d try to just run traps and double me and get the ball out of my hands ASAP. Now, you’ve got to pick your poison a little bit because we have so many great shooters and we can finish it down low [with Pau Gasol, Andrew Bynum or Lamar Odom]. You just try to contest [me], make every shot a difficult one and try to deny the ball as much as you possibly can.”
    And would it be a tough task?
    “I would think so,” Bryant said, smiling. “I would hope so.”

  57. b-ease Says:

    who is has the most commercial money making song out right now?

    my choices

    Rocko-Umma Do Me

    ^^^
    Was at the club two weeks ago. This came on. Shorties and herbs went crazy. I think this song is the embodiement of everything that’s wrong with the music right now, (not because its catchy or Southern, but because its lazy and derivitive) but I wanted to answer your question.

  58. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    slick willie Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:04 pm
    who is has the most commercial money making song out right now?

    my choices

    V.I.C.-GET SILLY
    Soulja Boy-YAHH
    Shawty Lo-Dunn Dunn
    Rocko-Umma Do Me
    DFB-Side Of Your Neck

    Let Me Know What You Think

    ^^^
    Soulja Boy shit is (Uncle) Tomcoonery at its finest. Even the little black dude in the video looks like some minstrel act. I caught a slight glimpse of it one day. After I recovered from temporary blindness I swore to myself that if someone ever did that to me (the “yah” thing) i’d push my fist down their throat and through the back of their head (c) ending scene in 30 days of night

  59. Foekist Says:

    Plug Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:07 pm
    Soundscans have always been important. Going platinum is just as important as an NBA star having a champion ship ring. you cant call youself one of the greats without at least one. Otherwise you are just Joe Buddens Charles Barkley

    $$

    I disagree. Charles Barkley is a legend regardless of the fact he never won a ring. I think Chingy went plat once, didn’t he? If he didn’t, there’s some others rappers that went platinum that aren’t thought of today even in the least bit.

  60. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # !Ven-Tech? Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:06 pm

    lol, I was waitin for firebird to show up

    *daps Phx*

    One of these niggas is related to you huh? I bet that’s the real story, when Wu was the absolute shit, what were you listening to instead?

    ^^^^^

    *daps Ven, afternoon crew*

    damn its been a while. been busy so I just give yall some random hate every now and then

    uummm…..when Wu was “important” I was still playing with Legos i believe

  61. Willy Swagger Says:

    GOOD NEWS Y’ALL I SWITCHED TO GEICO AND I AM SAVING 50 DOLLARS A MONTH

  62. Willy Swagger Says:

    co-sign B-Ease to the fullest extent of the Law

  63. b-ease Says:

    If he didn’t, there’s some others rappers that went platinum that aren’t thought of today even in the least bit.

    ^^^
    The entire No Limit roster circa ’97-99 comes to mind…

  64. Willy Swagger Says:

    *bumps Killa Lipstick*

  65. PHOENIXXX Says:

    Legos>>>Wu Tang

  66. Foekist Says:

    ^^^
    Was at the club two weeks ago. This came on. Shorties and herbs went crazy. I think this song is the embodiement of everything that’s wrong with the music right now, (not because its catchy or Southern, but because its lazy and derivitive) but I wanted to answer your question.

    $$

    i agree. it’s like “does anybody notice that this dude can’t rap?” it’s all about catchy hooks and bangin beats. ANYbody could’ve made that song. All you need to do is get a catchy hook, beat, and then follow it right up with a remix with 2-5 rappers that are hot right now.

  67. green eyes Says:

    # Plug Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:07 pm

    Soundscans have always been important. Going platinum is just as important as an NBA star having a champion ship ring. you cant call youself one of the greats without at least one. Otherwise you are just Joe Buddens Charles Barkley

    ^ eh depends on what you’re after a quick hit or career longevity? there are alot of one hit wonder cats that did bug numbers, but their careers died after that one song.. then you got artists like red, the roots, trick, face, etc etc that never did major numbers (respectable but not massive) but have actual CAREERS.

  68. Jud Buechler Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:09 pm

    who is has the most commercial money making song out right now?

    my choices

    Rocko-Umma Do Me

    ^^^
    Was at the club two weeks ago. This came on. Shorties and herbs went crazy. I think this song is the embodiement of everything that’s wrong with the music right now, (not because its catchy or Southern, but because its lazy and derivitive) but I wanted to answer your question.

    ___________________________________________________________

    What else are you suppose to be doing at the club? Who puts lyrical words on a song made for the club? This is the reason why they made the song.

    Ain’t nothing wrong with the music, it’s just that the music you like is not the same anymore as it once was.

  69. Plug Says:

    I disagree. Charles Barkley is a legend regardless of the fact he never won a ring. I think Chingy went plat once, didn’t he? If he didn’t, there’s some others rappers that went platinum that aren’t thought of today even in the least bit.
    ———
    there are plenty of NBA players that have rings that didnt desearve them. but still the goal is to win a ring. the goal is to go platinum. If such and such is yourt favorite rapper, of course yougonna check the scans to see if he gets his just deserve

  70. Willy Swagger Says:

    Rocko, who apparently put aside a career as a music business manager to become an artist and release his single “Umma Do Me,” said,

    “At first I was more cash motivated; just tryin’ to keep the dollars coming in. I knew I had what it takes because all that rap is [is having] swagger and just making words rhyme and tell stories and things of that nature. So, I already knew I had it what it took. I had to make up my mind if that was something I wanted to do. So, initially it was all cash motivated, but then once I really got into it, I started liking it. I started kind of digging it.”

    ^^^^^WOW IS THAT ALL IT TAKES, THIS NIGGA IS WACK JUICE’S SPONSER

  71. catch22 Says:

    LF: remember when wu-wear was hot?
    yeah neither do i.

    *throws away chicken and broccoli wu-wear wallys*

  72. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    eskay Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:59 pm
    >>it’s the reality nowadays, if u wanna accept or not…right or wrong..it is… it’s kinda part of the culture of of hiphop now…

    see greenie’s comment above. and 2x, you’re the physical embodiment of that bullshit mentality. motherfuckers should worry about keeping as close an eye on they credit score as they do Fat Joe’s first week #’s.

    ^^^

    cot damn!…come back in and see this…ha.

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

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:02 pm
    I’d rather be shot, stabbed, raped, dragged, lynched set ablaze and thrown off a roof

    than watch a Wu Tang video

    smh @ these Kung Fu niggas. fuckin wack man

    ^^^

    this nimrod always be talkin dumb shit out his e-mouf.
    ignore ignore I guess.

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

    slick willie Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:04 pm
    who is has the most commercial money making song out right now?

    my choices

    V.I.C.-GET SILLY
    Soulja Boy-YAHH
    Shawty Lo-Dunn Dunn
    Rocko-Umma Do Me
    DFB-Side Of Your Neck

    Let Me Know What You Think

    ^^^

    I think…i dont know…any of those songs.

    sorry.

    and AYO to your name homie.

  73. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    Foekist Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:11 pm

    I disagree. Charles Barkley is a legend regardless of the fact he never won a ring. I think Chingy went plat once, didn’t he? If he didn’t, there’s some others rappers that went platinum that aren’t thought of today even in the least bit.

    ^^^
    lol, remember “Mike Jones?”

    no?

    Didn’t think so….

  74. Plug Says:

    The entire No Limit roster circa ‘97-99 comes to mind…
    ——-
    Mastor P is one of the greatest and he has over 50 miilion records sold to back it up.

  75. b-ease Says:

    What else are you suppose to be doing at the club? Who puts lyrical words on a song made for the club? This is the reason why they made the song.

    Ain’t nothing wrong with the music, it’s just that the music you like is not the same anymore as it once was.

    ^^^
    How do you know what type of music I like?Did I say anything about making the song lyrical? Did I say there was anything wrong with catchy hooks? No. I said THIS song is shit. Point blank. Lazy and uninspired.

  76. green eyes Says:

    lol, remember “Mike Jones?”

    ^ who?

  77. Foekist Says:

    Ain’t nothing wrong with the music, it’s just that the music you like is not the same anymore as it once was.

    $$

    i disagree. it’s still cats making music like how it used to be back in the day, but it’s not getting air play/video play like it used to be.

    If you want a big single, it better be a southern type song that can be played in a titty bar that talks about absolutely nothing….

  78. AD Says:

    Two-Times Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:49 pm
    niggas in the barbershop were talking about sales the other day and I wanted to be like, why and how do ya’ll even know these #’s? ya’ll are barbers for crying out loud.

    ^^^^

    it’s the reality nowadays, if u wanna accept or not…right or wrong..it is… it’s kinda part of the culture of of hiphop now…

    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    So… based on this logic of “the culture of hip hop” your Top 3 emcees right now are:

    Rick Ross (#3 in Billboard 200)
    Flo-RIDA #4
    Snoop #7

  79. catch22 Says:

    V.I.C.-GET SILLY
    Soulja Boy-YAHH
    Shawty Lo-Dunn Dunn
    Rocko-Umma Do Me
    DFB-Side Of Your Neck

    ^^
    *straight face*
    i’ve never heard any of these songs before (except for about 15 sec of YAHH! while riding in wifeys car)

  80. rex hussla Says:

    Fuck V.I.C
    Fuck Soulja Boy
    Fuck Shawty Lo
    Fuck Rocko
    Fuck DFB

  81. Ghost Writer Says:

    Soulja Boy shit is (Uncle) Tomcoonery at its finest. Even the little black dude in the video looks like some minstrel act. I caught a slight glimpse of it one day. After I recovered from temporary blindness I swore to myself that if someone ever did that to me (the “yah” thing) i’d push my fist down their throat and through the back of their head (c) ending scene in 30 days of night

    ^
    Yahh! Trick Yahh!

  82. Plug Says:

    then you got artists like red, the roots, trick, face, etc etc that never did major numbers (respectable but not massive) but have actual CAREERS.
    ——-
    the all went gold. Gold is a championship ring

  83. PHOENIXXX Says:

    Mark Twain Fame Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:18 pm

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:02 pm
    I’d rather be shot, stabbed, raped, dragged, lynched set ablaze and thrown off a roof

    than watch a Wu Tang video

    smh @ these Kung Fu niggas. fuckin wack man

    ^^^

    this nimrod always be talkin dumb shit out his e-mouf.
    ignore ignore I guess.

    ^^^^^

    I’ll blow your fuckin house up little nigga don’t play with me

    Wu Tang is wack. my opinion. deal with it or log the fuck off

  84. b-ease Says:

    Mastor P is one of the greatest and he has over 50 miilion records sold to back it up.

    ^^^
    First of all, greatest what? Businessmen? Okay. And second, I said roster, do you still bump that first Mr.Serv-On joint? No? Didnt think so.

  85. Big Homie Says:

    I heard Rick Ross’ album is not that bad. Anybody attempted to give it a listen?

  86. catch22 Says:

    If you want a big single, it better be a southern type song that can be played in a titty bar that talks about absolutely nothing….

    ^^
    word to gucci mane

  87. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    Willy Swagger Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:16 pm
    Rocko, who apparently put aside a career as a music business manager to become an artist and release his single “Umma Do Me,” said,

    “At first I was more cash motivated; just tryin’ to keep the dollars coming in. I knew I had what it takes because all that rap is [is having] swagger and just making words rhyme and tell stories and things of that nature. So, I already knew I had it what it took. I had to make up my mind if that was something I wanted to do. So, initially it was all cash motivated, but then once I really got into it, I started liking it. I started kind of digging it.”

    ^^^^^WOW IS THAT ALL IT TAKES, THIS NIGGA IS WACK JUICE’S SPONSER

    ^^^

    amen and co-signature.

    thats the mentality of all these cats that think they “rappers” and worse “good rappers”.

    oh well…just keep that Pan’s Labrynth soundtrack playin fuxie…it’ll be okay…ha lol.

  88. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:12 pm

    uummm…..when Wu was “important” I was still playing with Legos i believe
    ^^^

    ROTFLMAO!
    That’s just like saying Ozzy Osbourne isn’t important to metal/rock or George Clinton to P-Funk. I take my daps back, you’re not old enough to build with the god

  89. chea Says:

    http://www.sneakerfiles.com/2008/04/01/air-jordan-force-fusion-5-v-black-red-blue-ribbon-318608-061/#more-18292

    i’m copping every single colorway of these jordan 5/af1 fusions on some disgusting jordan stannery ish

    if nike wants to go out on a limb and combine the two gulliest sneaker designs ever in the history of life than i’m buying what they’re selling

    *calls broker*

    *checks numbers*

    aight i’m good

    *waits till april 19*

  90. Willy Swagger Says:

    SEAN PRICE IS THE NICEST TO WRITE POEMS/ I NEVER SAY THE SAME SHIT TWICE LIKE MIKE JONES

    ^^ godson across the incognito southern rapper …..

  91. Jud Buechler Says:

    # Foekist Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:20 pm

    Ain’t nothing wrong with the music, it’s just that the music you like is not the same anymore as it once was.

    $$

    i disagree. it’s still cats making music like how it used to be back in the day, but it’s not getting air play/video play like it used to be.

    If you want a big single, it better be a southern type song that can be played in a titty bar that talks about absolutely nothing….

    __________________________________________________________

    That’s because the style and sound has changed. No style of music stays the exact same. The same style of music has never lasted more than a decade.

    Can I ask why is it such a bad thing that to have a big single that can be played in a titty bar?

    Music is not marketed towards 25 and older people.

  92. green eyes Says:

    # Big Homie Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:24 pm

    I heard Rick Ross’ album is not that bad. Anybody attempted to give it a listen?

    ^ i attempted, but couldnt do it

  93. RIGZ Says:

    Rap fans are so cynical…

    The reason for all this wacknes is the artists…I remember when revolutionary Hip-Hop WAS catchy…And the most lyrical dudes in the game made party tracks & had back up dancers…

    WTF happened?

    Dudes turned into snobs, thats what happened…All these underground artists need to lose their “holier-than-thou” attitude, and they’ll start winning…

    Hip-Hop’s meant to be fun. Everyone forgets that.

  94. Dem Says:

    # green eyes Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:19 pm

    lol, remember “Mike Jones?”

    ^ who?

    ^^ i guess he’s on some song that’s on bet/mtv/whatever… i couldn’t place him for shit… i saw some ice age logo’s and started remembering a wooley mammoth and a funny talking sloth.

    whats-his-face lost.

  95. b-ease Says:

    green eyes Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:19 pm
    lol, remember “Mike Jones?”

    ^ who?

    ^^^
    I got stoned and got ready to watch his movie, thinking I was in for level 10 unintentional comedy. No such luck. Dumb fuck couldnt even make a BAD movie right…

  96. catch22 Says:

    Can I ask why is it such a bad thing that to have a big single that can be played in a titty bar?

    Music is not marketed towards 25 and older people.
    ^^
    it means that people 25 and younger can’t think passed the titty bar.

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

    What makes soulja boy the equivalent of stepin fetchit 2 yall boys (n girl lol)? What’s the difference between him n say houdini or that single from the sugarhii gang rappers delight? Its all entertainment at the end of the day but yall criticizing the boy like he was supoosed 2 drop knowledge from the injeel or something. Smdh

  98. Plug Says:

    First of all, greatest what? Businessmen? Okay. And second, I said roster, do you still bump that first Mr.Serv-On joint? No? Didnt think so.
    ————
    lol. Actually I still do bump that first serv on cd. I was listening to silk the shocker’s first 2 cd’s on saturday. I just recopped West Coast bad Boys last month. Dude is a legend. the only ones that say otherwise is cats from the eastern seaborg

  99. green eyes Says:

    mike jones got a movie?

  100. Ghost Writer Says:

    What else are you suppose to be doing at the club? Who puts lyrical words on a song made for the club? This is the reason why they made the song.

    ^
    Jay-z

  101. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # !Ven-Tech? Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:24 pm

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:12 pm

    uummm…..when Wu was “important” I was still playing with Legos i believe
    ^^^

    ROTFLMAO!
    That’s just like saying Ozzy Osbourne isn’t important to metal/rock or George Clinton to P-Funk. I take my daps back, you’re not old enough to build with the god

    ^^^^^^

    what?

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop? what did they do that EVERYONE still does to do this day?

    come on doggie

    and yeah you can keep your daps. Old age don’t always equal knowledge god.

  102. chea Says:

    stop hating on mike jones he’s a legend

    *can’t keep straight face*

  103. Plug Says:

    Speaking of No limit

    Foe can I get my Ice cream man cd back mane?

  104. Jud Buechler Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:19 pm

    What else are you suppose to be doing at the club? Who puts lyrical words on a song made for the club? This is the reason why they made the song.

    Ain’t nothing wrong with the music, it’s just that the music you like is not the same anymore as it once was.

    ^^^
    How do you know what type of music I like?Did I say anything about making the song lyrical? Did I say there was anything wrong with catchy hooks? No. I said THIS song is shit. Point blank. Lazy and uninspired.

    _________________________________________________________

    1. How do I know what type of music you like?…….ans. – You’re on nahright complaing about it.

    2. Why is this song shit, when millions of people like it? Is the song shit, or you yourself, just don’t like it?

    3. How are you judging music? what criteria do you use?

    You are only used to judging music or hip-hop music to the ways that you see fit, of how it’s supposed to be judged.

    Could it just be that the music you like had it’s run and came and went? Music does not stay the same.

  105. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    green eyes Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:19 pm
    lol, remember “Mike Jones?”

    ^ who?

    ^cut that out Greeny!

  106. AD Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:24 pm
    I heard Rick Ross’ album is not that bad. Anybody attempted to give it a listen?

    ^^^^^^^
    maybach music, luxury tax, a couple other bangers… Great ridin music(all except maybe 1 or 2 beats are knockin), if you can tolerate his voice/lack of thoughtful content for a whole, overall not as bad as some would have you believe

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

    *sugarhill*

  108. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    @ Venny…that scene was crazy…dude fucked that vampire leader up!…dope movie.

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

    I’ll blow your fuckin house up little nigga don’t play with me

    Wu Tang is wack. my opinion. deal with it or log the fuck off

    ^^^
    little?!…you funny.

    I love when cats threaten people on the internets like it scares the other person…

    you always come in sayin some iggnorant stupid shit…and well as we can see your keeping up your reputation. good job!

    aggy enough?! wanna cry some more?!…here take some puff’s plus…also it’s got some vicks in it in case you got the sniffles okay…

    oh yeah…

    Legos > wu tang

    naw you wrong on that but I will give you this one–

    your girl > wu tang

    I’ll give you that one for sure.

  109. b-ease Says:

    RIGZ Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:27 pm
    Rap fans are so cynical…

    The reason for all this wacknes is the artists…I remember when revolutionary Hip-Hop WAS catchy…And the most lyrical dudes in the game made party tracks & had back up dancers…

    WTF happened?

    Dudes turned into snobs, thats what happened…All these underground artists need to lose their “holier-than-thou” attitude, and they’ll start winning…

    Hip-Hop’s meant to be fun. Everyone forgets that.

    ^^^
    Co-sign to the fullest. Hip hop started sucking when the nice cats started rapping over boring ass beats. And the cats with the ill beats decided they didnt have to say SHIT.

  110. Foekist Says:

    Can I ask why is it such a bad thing that to have a big single that can be played in a titty bar?

    Music is not marketed towards 25 and older people.

    $$

    nothing is wrong with it, but when most of the songs that get major play or videos are of that kind, that’s a problem.

  111. catch22 Says:

    boosie, save yourself sometime posting all that long shit and just post a link to what you said last week. (and the week before that, and the week before that…etc…)

  112. Da PartyStarter Says:

    # Big Homie Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:24 pm

    I heard Rick Ross’ album is not that bad. Anybody attempted to give it a listen?

    ^^^
    Yup. “Maybach Music” is fire and many of the tracks are dope. Maybe it’s me but I can’t help but visualize “Chef” when I hear him spit. I see Cartman, Stan, Timmah, Kenny and em ridin’ shotgun with him. lol But the album isn’t all that bad.

    Y’all REALLY need to check AZ’s album.

  113. b-ease Says:

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop? what did they do that EVERYONE still does to do this day?

    ^^^
    Coke Rap

    Also, that Rick Ross is the worst album I’ve heard in a while. No exaggeration.

  114. Jud Buechler Says:

    # Foekist Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:36 pm

    Can I ask why is it such a bad thing that to have a big single that can be played in a titty bar?

    Music is not marketed towards 25 and older people.

    $$

    nothing is wrong with it, but when most of the songs that get major play or videos are of that kind, that’s a problem.

    ___________________________________________________________

    Ok, I get what you’re saying , but wasn’t it a problem in the early and late 90’s too?

  115. fifty cents Says:

    Two Times is the Osama bin Laden of NR

    he went into hiding a couple weeks ago

    he comes out every once in a while to say some stupid shit

    he gets slapped around and then goes back to hiding

    smh

  116. green eyes Says:

    # !Ven-Tech? Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:31 pm

    green eyes Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:19 pm
    lol, remember “Mike Jones?”

    ^ who?

    ^cut that out Greeny!

    ^ BOO! ven.. you’re supposed to say “mike jones” !!

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

    @ the chicago bull who got 3 rings riding mike,scottie and dennis jud buechler

    U hit it right on the head the only thing constant is change n when artists don’t change n grow with the times they end up left behind. I personally don’t like soulja boy but i m happy the young boy doing something postive in this era of guns,extacy,codeine n whatever else I would much rather see the boy on BET yelling YAHH then on channel 11 with his arms cuffed and a jacket over his face.

  118. b-ease Says:

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop? what did they do that EVERYONE still does to do this day?

    ^^^
    Coke Rap

    Also, that Rick Ross is the worst album I’ve heard in a while. No exaggeration.

  119. Foekist Says:

    Plug Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:31 pm
    Speaking of No limit

    Foe can I get my Ice cream man cd back mane?

    $$

    you sure can, i already ripped it to the ipod.

    …and that Ross cd is tight, stop sleepin.

  120. D_block_4_life Says:

    Elephant in the room >>> Elephant in the sand

  121. rex hussla Says:

    Jud Buechler must be Boosie…’cause that dude loves to argue just for the sake of arguing haha…

    And Rick Ross is cool for a couple of listens, and then you notice he basically says the same shit every verse of every song…dude has no replay value for me.

  122. AD Says:

    RIGZ Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:27 pm
    Rap fans are so cynical…

    The reason for all this wacknes is the artists…I remember when revolutionary Hip-Hop WAS catchy…And the most lyrical dudes in the game made party tracks & had back up dancers…

    WTF happened?

    Dudes turned into snobs, thats what happened…All these underground artists need to lose their “holier-than-thou” attitude, and they’ll start winning…

    Hip-Hop’s meant to be fun. Everyone forgets that.

    ^^^^

    Co-Sign, I def agree, but I think most cats who are “complaining” aren’t really SO mad at the actual artists/songs that they hear in clubs(the blackstar track “HaterPlayers” comes to mind), but rather at the LACK of BALANCE in the industry. As in, if you DON’T have a tittybar/club record then you DON’T even make it to the shelves (signed to a major) unless your mans is CEO (c) Beans & Free

  123. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:30 pm

    ^^^^^^

    what?

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop? what did they do that EVERYONE still does to do this day?

    come on doggie

    and yeah you can keep your daps. Old age don’t always equal knowledge god.

    ^^
    Tech is 27
    so…

    What do you consider old age? Drinking age? Voting? perhaps Driving privelage? What i’m saying is that because you weren’t listening to rap when Wu got on means you wouldn’t understand anything I’m talking about, meaning you can’t build with me. Don’t take it as shots, if so your surely lost, but then again if you think the “importance” of rappers judge their ability then you already have. Rick Ross and Plies are not important at all to me, but they make millions and have one of my old ass uncles calling himself a “goon.” Thanks for your exports GREENY!!!

  124. G7 Says:

    new post!!

    Crooked I hiphop weekly 52b

  125. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    Juan Nightstand B.K.A boogie Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:28 pm
    What makes soulja boy the equivalent of stepin fetchit 2 yall boys (n girl lol)? What’s the difference between him n say houdini or that single from the sugarhii gang rappers delight? Its all entertainment at the end of the day but yall criticizing the boy like he was supoosed 2 drop knowledge from the injeel or something. Smdh

    ^^^
    it’s whodini homie…

    Yahh! Yahh!

  126. Dem Says:

    Two Times is the Osama bin Laden of NR

    ^ yo, knock that off chea. that’s mad disrespectful to my nigga OBL.

  127. b-ease Says:

    1. How do I know what type of music you like?…….ans. – You’re on nahright complaing about it.

    ^^^
    that sentence doesnt make sense. I’m on Nah complaining about the music i LIKE? STFU. You’re so stuck on this idea that disliking a commercial song means you dont like ANY commericial-esque material is causing you to write asinine things.

    2. Why is this song shit, when millions of people like it? Is the song shit, or you yourself, just don’t like it?

    ^^^
    Millions of people liked “The Macarena”, “Achey Breaky Heart”, “dont Worry be Happy” and supported the Iraq War. A lot of people liking something means nothing.

    what?

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop? what did they do that EVERYONE still does to do this day?

    come on doggie

    and yeah you can keep your daps. Old age don’t always equal knowledge god.

    ^^^
    coke rap.

    And because you’re 14, you probably dont realize the irony of you writing “knowledge god”.

  128. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # Mark Twain Fame Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:33 pm

    @ Venny…that scene was crazy…dude fucked that vampire leader up!…dope movie.

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

    I’ll blow your fuckin house up little nigga don’t play with me

    Wu Tang is wack. my opinion. deal with it or log the fuck off

    ^^^
    little?!…you funny.

    I love when cats threaten people on the internets like it scares the other person…

    you always come in sayin some iggnorant stupid shit…and well as we can see your keeping up your reputation. good job!

    aggy enough?! wanna cry some more?!…here take some puff’s plus…also it’s got some vicks in it in case you got the sniffles okay…

    oh yeah…

    Legos > wu tang

    naw you wrong on that but I will give you this one–

    your girl > wu tang

    I’ll give you that one for sure.

    ^^^^

    first you’re ignoring me

    then you writing essays

    im sorry. If it hurts that much that i shit on your favorite rappers I’ll stop right now.

    i had no idea you was this homotional about Wu Tang. I sincerely apologize

  129. catch22 Says:

    LOL @ chea.

    he comes out every once in a while to say some the same stupid shit

  130. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    @ chea

    i been waiting on those AJ5 x AF1 fusions for a minute now….that site doesn’t mentuion the white/black/red joints though (the all white ones)…what gives?

  131. Willy Swagger Says:

    whats-his-face lost.

    ^^^^^HA

  132. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:30 pm

    ^^^^^^

    what?

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop? what did they do that EVERYONE still does to do this day?

    come on doggie

    and yeah you can keep your daps. Old age don’t always equal knowledge god.

    ^^
    Tech is 27
    so…

    What do you consider old age? Drinking age? Voting? perhaps Driving privelage? What i’m saying is that because you weren’t listening to rap when Wu got on means you wouldn’t understand anything I’m talking about, meaning you can’t build with me. Don’t take it as shots, if so your surely lost, but then again if you think the “importance” of rappers judge their ability then you already have. Rick Ross and Plies are not important at all to me, but they make millions and have one of my old ass uncles calling himself a “goon.” Thanks for your exports GREENY!!!

    and I said “Mike Jones” under my breath and got pissed at myself…

  133. Foekist Says:

    Ok, I get what you’re saying , but wasn’t it a problem in the early and late 90’s too?

    $$

    i’ve smoked alot of weed from late 90’s to now, so i can’t remember.

    But seriously, the answer is NO. In the late 90’s early 00’s, the epidemic was rap/love songs, Mobb Deep/112, JaRule, etc etc

  134. catch22 Says:

    boosie is trying to steal the “i can post the longest comment award” from ty biggs.

  135. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    Co-Sign, I def agree, but I think most cats who are “complaining” aren’t really SO mad at the actual artists/songs that they hear in clubs(the blackstar track “HaterPlayers” comes to mind), but rather at the LACK of BALANCE in the industry. As in, if you DON’T have a tittybar/club record then you DON’T even make it to the shelves (signed to a major) unless your mans is CEO (c) Beans & Free

    ^^^

    sounds like thats a big part of it…

  136. AD Says:

    b-ease Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:40 pm
    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop? what did they do that EVERYONE still does to do this day?

    ^^^
    Coke Rap

    Also, that Rick Ross is the worst album I’ve heard in a while. No exaggeration.

    ^^^^^^^^
    see also: hilarious skits (c) Killa Tape, Torture muhfucka! ; sped-up soul sampling; singles w/o hooks; industry incest (swear Khaled, fat joe & ross owe them some royalties; one of first crews if not first to have clothing line, could go on, needless to say their influence is GROSSLY understated

  137. Jud Buechler Says:

    Co-Sign, I def agree, but I think most cats who are “complaining” aren’t really SO mad at the actual artists/songs that they hear in clubs(the blackstar track “HaterPlayers” comes to mind), but rather at the LACK of BALANCE in the industry. As in, if you DON’T have a tittybar/club record then you DON’T even make it to the shelves (signed to a major) unless your mans is CEO (c) Beans & Free

    _____________________________________________________

    True there is lack of balance, but this is a somewhat capitalistic society, and the music reflects it.

    It’s a survival of the fittest mode in the hip-hop industry. there is no such thing as balance in music. Music is not regulated. So the owners take all the profit and surplus value they can out of a commodity till it runs out.

    Music is big busines.
    Music is De-regulated
    Music is marktet driven
    music is capitalistic
    Music changes

  138. chea Says:

    Dem Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:45 pm
    Two Times is the Osama bin Laden of NR

    ^ yo, knock that off chea. that’s mad disrespectful to my nigga OBL.

    ^^

    LF: why when i was in DC i knew all these black chicks who thought OBL was gorgeous, they were saying he had nice eyes and nice lips and they loved the beard etc. etc. (special state of nomo on this whole post) no lie, some of these ho’s love dude

  139. rex hussla Says:

    What did Wu bring to the table???!??!?!?!?!?!

    1. Rza started a lot of the soul/vocal sample phenomenom (Alchemist? Kanye? Every Producer and their mother?!?!?!?)
    2. Dope Posse Cuts
    3. Aliases (I’m pretty sure every rapper you respect has a couple)

    Man fuck this…I could go on and on and on but I’m not arguing with you PHOENIXXX

  140. Jud Buechler Says:

    I am not boosie, rex hussla. I am an ex basketball player

  141. RIGZ Says:

    As in, if you DON’T have a tittybar/club record then you DON’T even make it to the shelves (signed to a major) unless your mans is CEO (c) Beans & Free

    ^^^

    I dont think thats true though…You just have to have a song that actually CONNECTS with the public…Something they WANT to sing along to…Look at that “Independant” song…

    Alot of dudes just preach to the choir, then get suprised when their fanbase NEVER expands. They’re bascially spitting just to please the people that know them already. Which is cool. Just dont complain, because you know what you’re doing.

    You can put your message on a “club” beat. Why not? I’d love to hear that…Why does everyone with something to say fit the same “incense” stereotype?

    BECAUSE THEY’RE FAKE SNOBS, YEARNING FOR EXCEPTANCE FROM THE REST OF THE SNOBS.

    I’m just sayin:

    Dont go to France, start speaking German & expect people to understand you. Thats stupid.

  142. green eyes Says:

    Rick Ross and Plies are not important at all to me, but they make millions and have one of my old ass uncles calling himself a “goon.” Thanks for your exports GREENY!!

    ^ ven.. aint nann of those motherfuckers have a million anything. maybe flea. maybe ticks. but not dollars. or euros. or pesos. or even enchiladas.

  143. Willy Swagger Says:

    Yo Rex you see GZA?

  144. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # !Ven-Tech? Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:43 pm

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:30 pm

    ^^^^^^

    what?

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop? what did they do that EVERYONE still does to do this day?

    come on doggie

    and yeah you can keep your daps. Old age don’t always equal knowledge god.

    ^^
    Tech is 27
    so…

    What do you consider old age? Drinking age? Voting? perhaps Driving privelage? What i’m saying is that because you weren’t listening to rap when Wu got on means you wouldn’t understand anything I’m talking about, meaning you can’t build with me. Don’t take it as shots, if so your surely lost, but then again if you think the “importance” of rappers judge their ability then you already have. Rick Ross and Plies are not important at all to me, but they make millions and have one of my old ass uncles calling himself a “goon.” Thanks for your exports GREENY!!!

    ^^^^

    nah I never take anything personal.

    I think a Tribe Called Quest is wacker than Wu but I understand their importance on hip hop. NWA is one of the best and worse things to ever happen to hip hop, way before my time but I understand their importance.

    nothing’s that far over my head. a 7 year age gap aint that deep. you wanna build we can build [II]

  145. catch22 Says:

    boosie is on a whole ‘nother level of bi-polar-schizo-disassociative-autism-rainmain-itis shit.

  146. Jud Buechler Says:

    # Foekist Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:48 pm

    Ok, I get what you’re saying , but wasn’t it a problem in the early and late 90’s too?

    $$

    i’ve smoked alot of weed from late 90’s to now, so i can’t remember.

    But seriously, the answer is NO. In the late 90’s early 00’s, the epidemic was rap/love songs, Mobb Deep/112, JaRule, etc etc

    _______________________________________________________

    So Ja rule songs weren’t played in the strip club? 112 is an r&b group and strippers dance to r&b music. Mobb deep is an east coast thing, just like a good mobb group.

    I get what you’re saying but you’re naming people that only reside in New York? wasn’t that a dominant form of hip-hop back then?

    Isn’t the music that you liked when you were 15-25, the likliest of music that you will be listening too throughout most of your years?

    What new and fresh artist comes out when they are 30? So of course the music is not going to be the same.

  147. b-ease Says:

    or even enchiladas.

    ^^^
    lol

  148. Plug Says:

    that rick ross got 3 1/2 hot songs

  149. catch22 Says:

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop?
    ^^
    pointy rings

  150. Da PartyStarter Says:

    FIRE!!! (c)Bevis

  151. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    That rick ross album is okay…of course the beats are pretty good.

    I liked Speedin’, We Shinin’, Maybach Music, Billionaire, Im Only Human…

    bout it for me.

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

    first you’re ignoring me

    then you writing essays

    im sorry. If it hurts that much that i shit on your favorite rappers I’ll stop right now.

    i had no idea you was this homotional about Wu Tang. I sincerely apologize

    ^^^
    ole one republic mutha…
    thats right. Never said they was my favorite rappers but it’s whatever if you think so. and also that Homo ish dont bother me non homie…cause I keep it strong and hard all day (fuck a disclaimer).

  152. AD Says:

    *turns up Lupe – Gold Watch*

    Nope, hip-hop ain’t dead at all

  153. rex hussla Says:

    Nah Fux…you would think that GZA is so wack from what all these cornballs on here talk about, but I showed up at 9:15 and the show was sold out. There was at least 50 – 100 people just milling around trying to find a ticket to get in. Shit was crazy…GZA is definitely not in Alaska right now

  154. PHOENIXXX Says:

    Nah Right’s server>>>>>>Rza beats

  155. chea Says:

    catch22 Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:00 pm
    boosie is on a whole ‘nother level of bi-polar-schizo-disassociative-autism-rainmain-itis shit.

    ^

    not to mention he still wants us to believe the big black dude in a wifebeater on ning is him

    smh @ some of the crazies that the internets attracts

  156. D. Billz Says:

    b-ease Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 2:39 pm
    SMH at groups that get back together when no one realized they were broken up. I’m a fan of both Prop albums (solidly dope), but these guys time to make actual musical careers has passed . Sometimes the windows that life opens for you get nailed shut.

    ^ stop that ahki

    2 songs in on the SP joints and I’m feelin’ both tracks

    *does Dame Dash dance*

  157. Willy Swagger Says:

    yo Rex I was thisclose to popping up but I was like 10deep(no streatwear) and I knew we wouldnt get it in…….

    GZA Performing the whole Liquid Swords album = Platinum

  158. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    …Applaud Chicks who play with they own pussy & lick they fingers… i sware 4 Guad, this is the best Wednesday i had in AGES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    (Ninja Vanish)

  159. Ghost Writer Says:

    AD Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:03 pm
    *turns up Lupe – Gold Watch*

    Nope, hip-hop ain’t dead at all

    ^
    Link?

  160. chea Says:

    catch22 Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:03 pm
    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop?
    ^^
    pointy rings

    ^

    *stabbed in the lung by the wings on the eagle on ghost’s bracelet*

  161. catch22 Says:

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop?
    ^^
    ODB opened the door for dust head rappers like joe budden

  162. Jud Buechler Says:

    phoenixxx, did you grow up during the time of the wu? why do you have such a dislike for them?

    where are you from?

  163. Willy Swagger Says:

    I remember telling Greens i was going to rock to some pointy gold rings…..she said it wasnt a good look

  164. rex hussla Says:

    Suffering a stroke in Phoenix > Reading posts by PHOENIXXX

    A shit I took in Phoenix > Shit that comes out of PHOENIXXX’s mouth

  165. Plug Says:

    88 better be back wit a good story

  166. green eyes Says:

    im bored. someone do something interesting.
    wheres cold?

  167. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    nah I never take anything personal.

    I think a Tribe Called Quest is wacker than Wu but I understand their importance on hip hop. NWA is one of the best and worse things to ever happen to hip hop, way before my time but I understand their importance.

    nothing’s that far over my head. a 7 year age gap aint that deep. you wanna build we can build [II]
    ^^^

    Nah homie I was just fuckin around, no shots. I do the same thing to 2x’s when I tell him G-Unit is wack and when cats tell me DOOM is wack (which I’ll always refuse to believe) Just jokes and shit.

    Tightest Wu Tang beat ever is…

    “Special Technique”

    FUCK THAT (erry errry)

    “Special Technique of Shadowboxin”

    **NERD KNOWLEDGE**
    That excerpt came from the movie “Shaolin vs. Llama”

  168. Willy Swagger Says:

    BRB

  169. yaboy Says:

    catch, i was dying earlier how everytime 2x shows up you go:

    *rolls eyes* or *sigh*

    and like ‘let me know when he leaves’ or ‘here we go again’

    LMAO

  170. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # catch22 Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:12 pm

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop?
    ^^
    ODB opened the door for dust head rappers like joe budden

    ^^^

    you know what you have a point

    ODB>>>>>Run DMC

  171. yaboy Says:

    catch, i was dying earlier how everytime 2x shows up you go:

    *rolls eyes* or *sigh*

    and like ‘let me know when he leaves’ or ‘here we go again’

    LMAO

  172. catch22 Says:

    *stabbed in the lung by the wings on the eagle on ghost’s bracelet*

    ^^
    you know ghost had to have accidently poked himself in the eye on the regular with that ridick “wonder-woman-arm” bracelet.

  173. cOLD Says:

    what did Wu pioneer in hip hop?

    ^they took the slick talking to new heights with the slang editorial.

  174. green eyes Says:

    # Willy Swagger Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    I remember telling Greens i was going to rock to some pointy gold rings…..she said it wasnt a good look

    ^ i said that? i am mean. for shame.

  175. Big Homie Says:

    Applaud Chicks who play with they own pussy & lick they fingers… i sware 4 Guad, this is the best Wednesday i had in AGES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ^ Somone did that at your job???

  176. green eyes Says:

    # Willy Swagger Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    I remember telling Greens i was going to rock to some pointy gold rings…..she said it wasnt a good look

    ^ i said that? i am mean.
    for shame

  177. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    damn…who else can take naps between pages that loading…Eskay whuts up bro?

  178. Jud Buechler Says:

    # Willy Swagger Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    I remember telling Greens i was going to rock to some pointy gold rings…..she said it wasnt a good look

    _______________________________________________________

    yeah not ever a good look, somethings are just meant for that particular person to wear i.e. juelz’s bandanas, nelly’s bandaid, mobb deep’s bummy pimp look, kid and play’s high top fade’s.

  179. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    catch22 Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:18 pm
    *stabbed in the lung by the wings on the eagle on ghost’s bracelet*

    ^^
    you know ghost had to have accidently poked himself in the eye on the regular with that ridick “wonder-woman-arm” bracelet.
    ^^

    Negative. Ghost is intellegent. Made 40 of a dust dime, he was killin em.

  180. hiphop videos Says:

    wu-tang forever

  181. LANSKI Says:

    *in*

    Nah Sun, I never thought I would see the day when little niggas question the relevance of the WU. Es, what the fucks the world coming to?

    How can you question the relevance of the purple tape; the 36 Chambers?

    We can trade places, get lifted in the stair cases . . . GTFOH that shit is an all time classic.

    Where were you the 1st time you heard Glaciers of Ice?

    If you missed it, you just missed it, I really wouldn’t expect you to understand; but if you were a teenager during that time, wild and shit, beef and broccolis, fangs and shit; then you know what it is.

    . . . fuck lookin’ cute, I’m strictly Tim boots and army certified suits (c)

    *out*

  182. AD Says:

    RIGZ Says:

    April 2nd, 2008 at 3:57 pm
    As in, if you DON’T have a tittybar/club record then you DON’T even make it to the shelves (signed to a major) unless your mans is CEO (c) Beans & Free

    ^^^

    I dont think thats true though…You just have to have a song that actually CONNECTS with the public…Something they WANT to sing along to…Look at that “Independant” song…

    Alot of dudes just preach to the choir, then get suprised when their fanbase NEVER expands. They’re bascially spitting just to please the people that know them already. Which is cool. Just dont complain, because you know what you’re doing.

    You can put your message on a “club” beat. Why not? I’d love to hear that…Why does everyone with something to say fit the same “incense” stereotype?

    BECAUSE THEY’RE FAKE SNOBS, YEARNING FOR EXCEPTANCE FROM THE REST OF THE SNOBS.

    I’m just sayin:

    Dont go to France, start speaking German & expect people to understand you. Thats stupid.

    ^^^^^^^
    As a former “backpacker” (none?) that moved south, I get where you’re comin from. The snobbery pisses me off too, especially when you hear people name drop Mos, Kweli, Comm, etc as if they INVENTED underground…I had no appreciation for anything south that wasn’t DF/Suave House/Rap-A-Lot related until I moved there. Since then I have expanded my catalog to include Pastor Troy, Dro, Slim Thug etc… I think the other side to that is the South was ignored for so long that now that they’re the gatekeepers, they’re on some reverse-elitist, let-any-swag-rapper wit a hot beat get a pass, and biased against any artist that leans too east-coast. Like, niggas in ATL was REAL mad when Pimp C went off last year, like he aired they dirty laundry… My homegirl works in a record store near downtown ATL and she said last july when Common’s LP dropped one of franchize boyz comes in to drop off tapes, like “what’s new on the shelf?” she says, “that new common is out” he goes “nah, I can’t listen to that nigga, he be rappin bout children dying and shit…blah blah,” shit was funny and sad at the same time… basically I agree wit u tho… and I like I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T too *shh don’t tell nobody else*

    P.S. Since ur from across tha pond, whadya think of Dizzee signing wit Rap-A-Lot?

  183. catch22 Says:

    wu-tang clan were the first rappers to successfully emerge from the 36 chambers of death

  184. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # Jud Buechler Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:13 pm

    why do you have such a dislike for them?

    ^^^^^^

    http://www.tinyurl.com/3dnca2

    Raekwon tells gossip columnists Rush & Molloy of the New York Daily News that Jay and Kanye aren’t in the hood anymore and need to come up out of their pockets.

    “A lot of street people don’t put stock in them anymore because they aren’t doing enough to excite anyone,” he tells us. He suggests both superstars should “come back to the hood and drop $100,000.” And why doesn’t he do that? “I don’t have money on that level,” says Chef. “And I don’t know where to drop it.”

    ——

    broke nigga statements like that make me hate Wu

    dumbest shit to come out a rapper’s mouth since Lil Scrappy’s “I’ll sit on a goddamn horse and play a guitar if it makes me money” statement

  185. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    I’m out for the day, peace to yall, be back tomorrah

    except you Greens…dead skin & bugs for my dinner (c) YOU

    *Silverback Vanish*

  186. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    I’m out for the day, peace to yall, be back tomorrah

    except you Greens…dead skin & bugs for my dinner tonight (c) YOU

    *Silverback Vanish*

  187. Jud Buechler Says:

    Rigz, you make a lot of sense. Where do you hail from chief?

    I’m Buechler by the way, Jud Buechler, Jud Buecheler III, Jud Buechler formerly of the great Dynasty from the windy city.

  188. Jud Buechler Says:

    # PHOENIXXX Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:27 pm

    # Jud Buechler Says:
    April 2nd, 2008 at 4:13 pm

    why do you have such a dislike for them?

    ^^^^^^

    http://www.tinyurl.com/3dnca2

    Raekwon tells gossip columnists Rush & Molloy of the New York Daily News that Jay and Kanye aren’t in the hood anymore and need to come up out of their pockets.

    “A lot of street people don’t put stock in them anymore because they aren’t doing enough to excite anyone,” he tells us. He suggests both superstars should “come back to the hood and drop $100,000.” And why doesn’t he do that? “I don’t have money on that level,” says Chef. “And I don’t know where to drop it.”

    ——

    broke nigga statements like that make me hate Wu

    dumbest shit to come out a rapper’s mouth since Lil Scrappy’s “I’ll sit on a goddamn horse and play a guitar if it makes me money” statement

    _________________________________________________________

    So do you like their music, or do you just hate them cause of the statement that Rae made?

    I mean did you like them before Rae made that statement?

  189. kost2kost Says:

    Yo who wants to talk about V.I.C? i heard he just got signed to warner bro

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