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Phil Da Agony ft. Talib Kweli – Think Green

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“Rap niggas who care about the environment? That’s so not gangsta…”

A little something for Earth Day from Strong Arm Steady’s Phil Da Agony ft. Mr. Kweli.

Phil Da Agony ft. Talib Kweli – Think Green


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46 Responses to “Phil Da Agony ft. Talib Kweli – Think Green”

  1. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    YEAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH (c) Jeezy

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

    “rappers who care about shit?
    fuck that son, i just want to dumb out and get big rims on my car!”

    (c) hip hop, 2008

  3. Willy Swagger Says:

    Yo Rex you feel Phil? I think he is cool but Krondon and Mitchy > Phil

  4. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    SMH @ acknowledging Lloyd Banks as the inventor of punchline rap…what about

    1) Redman
    2) Slick Rick
    3) Biggie

    and while you’re bullshitting…
    4) the Fresh Prince (lol)

  5. Joe 88 Says:

    If a tree falls in the woods, does it make a sound? Eh, if you can’t hear it, then I guess no, but when you walk in a forrest & see that mu’fukka on the ground you know it fell

    I said that to say, just because you never payed attention to something don’t mean it aint happening.

    Jeezy made a impact, flat out. might not have been as big as rakim, or Run DMC, but if things change when you enter the picture then yeah you change something, for better or for worst

    ESKAY, STOP WITH ALL THESE NEW THREADS, THAT’S WHAT NR LITE BULB IS FOR

  6. Willy Swagger Says:

    Keith Murray = punchline rap at its best

  7. eskay Says:

    >>SMH @ acknowledging Lloyd Banks as the inventor of punchline rap…

    smh @ no mention of Lord Finesse, the all-time emperor of punchlines.

    No Lord Finesse = No Big L = you do the math

  8. eskay Says:

    >>ESKAY, STOP WITH ALL THESE NEW THREADS, THAT’S WHAT NR LITE BULB IS FOR

    come on, you can’t be serious.

  9. The Truth... Says:

    Finesse was the king….

  10. Joe 88 Says:

    No Lord Finesse = No Big L = you do the math

    ^Co-sign, I was just about to type that, SMH @ me forgetting Lord Finesse name, I guess the horns in the “Top Back remix” fucked up my train of thought

  11. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    smh @ no mention of Lord Finesse, the all-time emperor of punchlines.

    No Lord Finesse = No Big L = you do the math

    ***Yezzur…I mean, Jesus, you can even put Eminem up as an influence to punchline rap before Banks…what about Big Pun?

  12. The Truth... Says:

    Yeah Es…listen to them on how to run your blog….

  13. KilluminattI7 Says:

    Nah, I dont take the shit as nuffin…

    I forgot. This is the same place people told me LL COOL J had no influence on Hip-Hop…

    SMH.

    ^^^
    no argument there.. L def has had a large impact on hip-hop in hi smany different incarnations cyant dispute that..

    BUT

    I SWEAR I actually saw somewhere on here someone type that

    LL > Rakim

    I was so flabbergasted that somebody would actually have the audacity to type such a blasphemous statement that I had to log off and go walk the dog..

    the amount of MC’s influenced by RaKim >> LL’s fans (not high heels) >> (t)rappers tying to sound like Jeezy

    STILL..

    and its not even close today as we speak in twenty-oh-eight

    No hate, just facts I state.

  14. RIGZ Says:

    Jeezy reminds me of a modern day Kool G Rap actually…

    ^^^^^^^

    So Jamz, G Rap aint had influence either?

    And Banks never invented punchlines…

    LL, Finesse, Big L are the punchline king.

    But alot of rappers tried to jack Banks’ set-up & delivery (which was like a remake of Fab’s version)

  15. Joe 88 Says:

    come on, you can’t be serious.

    ^naw, i’m joking, but it’s hard to maintain this very interesting converstion, when everytime I submit a comment, I see a new thread in the right hand corner of the screen, lol.

  16. G7 Says:

    Pun was more witty than punchline

  17. The Truth... Says:

    >>>Yeah…so you’re saying no-ones tried to duplicate Jeezys sound…

    Please…..Rocko maybe.

  18. KilluminattI7 Says:

    SMH @ acknowledging Lloyd Banks as the inventor of punchline rap…

    smh @ no mention of Lord Finesse, the all-time emperor of punchlines.

    No Lord Finesse = No Big L = you do the math

    ^^^
    I concur

  19. Ghost Writer Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:28 pm
    SMH @ acknowledging Lloyd Banks as the inventor of punchline rap…what about

    1) Redman
    2) Slick Rick
    3) Biggie

    and while you’re bullshitting…
    4) the Fresh Prince (lol)

    ^
    I never said he was the inventor of punchline rap……I’m saying there wasn’t a strong focus on punchlines until he came…….am I wrong?

  20. Willy Swagger Says:

    ya co-sign g7 more of a self-deprecating humor

  21. The Truth... Says:

    I never said he was the inventor of punchline rap……I’m saying there wasn’t a strong focus on punchlines until he came…….am I wrong?

    ^^^ Yes, you’re wrong…..you obviously didn’t grow up listening to Lord Finesse…

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    >I never said he was the inventor of punchline rap……I’m saying there wasn’t a strong focus on punchlines until he came…….am I wrong?

    ^Kinda, I heard of cassidy before Lloyd, also fab, Lloyd just based his whole style around punchlines, if anything he’s the first rapper that totally relyed on punchlines. He be dropping punchlines in his heart felt songs. lol

  23. SpotOn Says:

    The Truth… Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:27 pm
    >>>The production quality on music today >>>>>>>>>>>> the 90s

    ^^^ Are you serious? I’m a fan oh Hip Hop from the late 70s til today….but I def don’t agree with that frase….
    Unless you’re talkin bout “better studios” and shit…..not the music.

    ^^^Totally serious. When I say music today Im not just talking about mainstream hiphop, but also the underground stuff.

    You might have a stronger attachment to 90s and 80s music, but the sound quality and the actual musical arrangement, sound choices e.t.c of underground and mainstream hiphop of today is a much better quality than it was in the 90s and 80s.

    Even the rappers are better today. The really good ones just dont get as much shine.

    *ducks*

  24. rex hussla Says:

    Yeah Fux…I’m feeling Phil Da Agony [ll], his flows a little crazy though…he’s the type of dude who either rides the beat perfect and murders it, or is off a little and sounds like nails on the chalkboard…

    Either way…I got love for Phil [ll]

  25. landLORD Says:

    Ghost Writer Says

    I never said he was the inventor of punchline rap……I’m saying there wasn’t a strong focus on punchlines until he came…….am I wrong?

    ————-

    … thats only because he uses them so profusely … like every 4 bars is a punchline … after a while that dilutes the “ohhhh shit! rewind that!” effect …

  26. Ghost Writer Says:

    The Truth… Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:37 pm
    I never said he was the inventor of punchline rap……I’m saying there wasn’t a strong focus on punchlines until he came…….am I wrong?

    ^^^ Yes, you’re wrong…..you obviously didn’t grow up listening to Lord Finesse…

    ^
    Aight well I’m wrong…..y’all know more than I do……I just know a lot of cats tried to sound like Banks more than Lord Finesse……

  27. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^
    I never said he was the inventor of punchline rap……I’m saying there wasn’t a strong focus on punchlines until he came…….am I wrong?
    ***I gotta say yeah…I mean, shit…even in his own camp, 50’s “How to Rob” was laced with punchlines….before anybody even heard of Banks…Cam’ron used punchlines a lot, too…

  28. landLORD Says:

    Joe 88

    He be dropping punchlines in his heart felt songs. lol

    ——————-

    … LMAO …

    … battle ballads … LOL …

  29. Willy Swagger Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJFdvwRrcWw

    ^Fabolous

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjNImTVntP0

    ^^ lloyd Banks

    ^^^^^^^^^
    after watching these I found something so eerily similar, Banks jacked Fabo’s whole swag…….Tell my im lying?

  30. Ghost Writer Says:

    landLORD Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:39 pm
    Ghost Writer Says

    I never said he was the inventor of punchline rap……I’m saying there wasn’t a strong focus on punchlines until he came…….am I wrong?

    ————-

    … thats only because he uses them so profusely … like every 4 bars is a punchline … after a while that dilutes the “ohhhh shit! rewind that!” effect …

    ^
    That’s what I meant…..

  31. KilluminattI7 Says:

    canibus’ punchline proficiency >>> lloyd banks

  32. Joe 88 Says:

    lol @ land

  33. landLORD Says:

    ICON said

    Cam’ron used punchlines a lot, too…

    ————–

    … OWWWWWWWWWWWWWW …

  34. KilluminattI7 Says:

    *Edit*

    canibus’ punchline proficiency >>> lloyd banks career

  35. RIGZ Says:

    I SWEAR I actually saw somewhere on here someone type that

    LL > Rakim

    I was so flabbergasted that somebody would actually have the audacity to type such a blasphemous statement that I had to log off and go walk the dog..

    ^^^^^^^

    Yeah.

    I think LL >>> Rakim.

    So?

    How is that blasphemous??? Who canonized a certain opinion as right & holy???

    Dont tell me…Magazines & The Majority…

    Hip-Hops fucking corny. A bunch of fucking sheep. Bunch of bredahs scared to say they think somethings classic or someones ill, because THE MAJORITY doesnt agree…Craving acceptance…I could give a fuck about what someone else thinks is ill.

    “Fan(atic)s” killed hip-hop and cornified the corpse. Bredahs are worse than execs…

    “Blasphemous”.

    SMH.

    (no shots @ Kill, but its the fucking truth)

  36. SpotOn Says:

    … thats only because he uses them so profusely … like every 4 bars is a punchline … after a while that dilutes the “ohhhh shit! rewind that!” effect …

    ^
    That’s what I meant…..

    ^^yeah right…LOL

  37. The Truth... Says:

    >> I just know a lot of cats tried to sound like Banks more than Lord Finesse……

    Can’t really compare the 2….different eras. Finesse’s punchlines were just as important to his name as his flow and style.

  38. Willy Swagger Says:

    ohh ya I think LL’s overall influence(for better or worse) > Rakim’s influence ……

    before LL 99% of female raps fans didnt exist

  39. D_Block_4_life Says:

    oooooooo

  40. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    KilluminattI7 Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:41 pm
    canibus’ punchline proficiency >>> lloyd banks

    **That’s right, Canibus…..so now we’re at what, 576 emcees who were better at punchlines than Banks? LOL….

  41. Jamz Says:

    Yeah…so you’re saying no-ones tried to duplicate Jeezys sound…

    ^^Probably so, I mean the rap game is the land of theives. Why come up with new ideas when I can steal yours, right? Comparing an artist like Dre’s impact to Jeezy’s is two different categories. Dre is a pioneer that has made songs that will still be played decades from now. Not saying that Jeezy won’t one day have similiar success, but as of today he’s still growing as an artist. Give the dude time to put out some work before you start crowning him the new king of game changing…

    The reality is that everybody doesn’t like everything, and that takes nothing away from the artists or project itself, it just means that we have different taste in music. I can list you several great jazz albums, but if you don’t like jazz music then it will probably sound like trash to you. Same goes for certain rap albums too…

  42. rex hussla Says:

    *straight face*

    E-40 “In A Major Way” is a classic…

    “It’s all baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad”

  43. KilluminattI7 Says:

    in my Place of Worship RaKim is THE GOD MC, and is revered as such

    LL?? Ehhhhhh.. Not so much

    I never que3stioned his iinfluence OR place as a legend..

    But like you think/ beleive LL > Rakim

    I think its RaKim Allah >>>>> LL

    and for the record i stated that Ra has influenced/ been idolized by more mc’s to this day, because that is truth, as I see it…

    u obviously got another perspective from ovr that side the pond

    *Daps Rigga Romes*

    Neva no shots fam bredjren, matta fact I love it… this type discussion/ argument makes my workday go quicker, and varying differing opinions IS hip-hop to me.. why should/ would we all agree?!!?

    but that being said Mr. Griffin’s catalogue is INFINITELY superior to James Todd’s

    WHAAAT

  44. Jamz Says:

    So Jamz, G Rap aint had influence either?

    ^^It’s hard to say really! I guess it depends on who you are, because Kool G was not for everybody. He was more the hardcore heads. His gangster stories were unmatched until Biggie came along IMO…

  45. boi-dan Says:

    Nice timing. 04/22

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