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Video: KRS-One Stop The Violence Press Conference

Kris, Illinois State Representatives John Fritchey (D-11th) and David Miller (D-29th) speak at a Stop the Violence press conference in Chicago last week.

Spotted via FSD

Related: KRS-One ft. Various Artists – Self Construction | KRS-One Live @ The Cubby Bear


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62 Responses to “Video: KRS-One Stop The Violence Press Conference”

  1. Willy Swagger Says:

    *daps Chea* No homo but I like Lupe a little more after Sunday’s performance and my chick fell in love with Gemini cuz ‘He just seems so happy to be on stage’

  2. Willy Swagger Says:

    achoooooooooooo

  3. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    Willy Swagger Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 1:00 pm
    Yo So NERD killed it and they did ‘ALl the girls…..achoooo’ …. My Girlfriend was like WTF is that I like it …… SHe also said the coolest dude at the whole show was Gemini aka GemStones ….she was like ‘He seems so happy to be here, who is he’ I say ‘Lupe’s artist Gemini aka Gemstones’ and she says ‘cool look at him he is all dancing and hyper i like him, do you have some of his music’ I say ‘Ya but its lyrical type shit’ she says ‘Whatever I want to listen to him cuz he seems like he is just so happy to be onstage, He is my favorite now’ …… I was like ‘ok’ *sarcastic face*

    The white man (no MTF)

    ^^^

    LMAO @ both.

  4. SpotOn Says:

    No one should deny that thug motivation 101 is a classic album. The beats were crazy, and dude was actually saying something.

  5. Ghost Writer Says:

    Again

  6. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    @ chea – I listened to thug motivation all the way through I was very uninspired he had like 3 or 4 good catchy songs but it was all style no substance, thats not a good look and no he wasn’t the first to come in and have a good flow without saying shit

    Jeezy is an avg. at best rapper anyway you look at it and thats looking at it 100 % objectively not even taking my lyrical snobery into account

  7. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    damn damn damn….F this whole working while at your job thing. sheesh.

    later.

  8. nation Says:

    more fire

  9. Ghost Writer Says:

    Banks changed the game too…….

  10. chea Says:

    rex hussla Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:05 pm
    whattup chea…I was asking last week what’s up with Chicago and bears???

    cubs, bears, kanye’s bear, The Huggy Bear bar

    ^

    lol i have no idea but i guess the shit is mad prevalent

    and don’t forget the BULLS aka 6 rings in one decade aka nobody fuckin with us aka i’m sure you’ve heard of that dude called MJ lol

    as for the white sox i don’t fuck with them so i don’t know where that name swag came from but fuck em anyway, wrigley field >>>>> us mobile sprint tellular whateverthefuck

  11. rex hussla Says:

    whattup chea…I was asking last week what’s up with Chicago and bears???

    cubs, bears, kanye’s bear, The Huggy Bear bar

  12. RIGZ Says:

    # RIGZ Says:
    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:05 pm

    So I take it that you mean 60% of rappers in the UK because you never hear ANYONE here saying.. “Ohh yeah, umm Young Jeezy’s style really infuenced me”

    ^^^^^^^

    Like I said, if you cant hear Jeezy’s influence in rap today, then I just dunno what to say…

    I never heard anything like his album before it dropped…And southern hip-hop has been big out here from time ago…But I never heard anything like 101 before it dropped. It was an original sound, that many people now attempt to duplicate

    SMH @ anyone thinking Thug Motivation was wack.

    And if you can SERIOUSLY tell me 101 didnt change the climate of Hip-Hop, I dont know what you’re listening to

  13. KilluminattI7 Says:

    the Ethereal Dark Ceaser Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:04 pm

    (still a few posts behind)

    but…

    wtf

    ain’t nooo waay Jeezy has been a harbinger of change or a setter of trends in hip hop

    *sighs*

    we all know opinions are like orifices, so its whatever, but…

    gotdamnif you ain’t talkin bout EXXTRA animated ad-libs, the guy brings nothin nada zilch zero NEW to the table…

    but ats (some) people opinion, so who am I to tell them they ain’t right

    carry on…

    yo Nate u should go to N’Awlins parce que vous parlez francais ici

    and approve name change to Abdullah Paco Khalil the Ethereal Dark Ceasar

    por favor and gracias

  14. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    Eskay’s posting too fast again I hate having to copy and post from 3 posts back, mofuckers don’t have time or the energy to try and keep up and I’m ” retired ” I can only imagine how much more difficult it is if you at work right now

    plus people are saying Jeezy and banks changed the game and calling Jeezy’s album classic ….. no wonder hip-hop is losing …… guess they might of changed things, for the worse it’s idocracy for Hip-Hop …..

  15. Swishy Says:

    Jeezy introduces some poetic elements that have been missing from rap for almost a decade. Internal rhymes, enjambment, etc. Homeboy is not trash LYRICALLY (even though it’s not as fun to listen to as, say, the smoothly connecting rhymes of Jay Electronica) but his content is pretty average.

  16. chea Says:

    fux i responded to your post in the last thread but because the shit keeps changing my posts are getting swallowed up into past threads no homo

  17. Joe 88 Says:

    G7 Says:
    April 22nd, 2008 at 1:55 pm
    >>let’s not even talk about how he made mofo’s get on there ad-lib game.

    ^smh.

    ^It’s true, it might be a bad thing, but it’s true

    >and really smh @ anyone thinking Jeezy invented ad-libs

    ^Of course he didn’t invent them, but he made mofo’s step there ad-lib game up (ex: Jim Jones) You can say “oh jimmy sucks” w/e but before Jeezy, Jimmy didn’t do his ad-libs the way he does now, so he influenced his peers meaning they changed something about there craft, meaning jeezy impacted someone/something in rap. So I agree with rigz.

    LF: Jeezy, T.I, wayne all changed the game, all three of them made NY rappers Incorperate a down south type style into there own style, word to mims, lol

  18. G7 Says:

    Krs press conference > Jeezy changing the game

  19. eskay Says:

    NY > wherever you’re living your pathetic life right now

  20. Plug Says:

    no more ty big’s just call me Kenard Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:07 pm
    @ chea – I listened to thug motivation all the way through I was very uninspired he had like 3 or 4 good catchy songs but it was all style no substance, thats not a good look and no he wasn’t the first to come in and have a good flow without saying shit
    ———-
    take two of these and call me in the morning

    http://www.woofersetc.com/images/products/mtx/t9500.jpg

  21. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    And if you can SERIOUSLY tell me 101 didnt change the climate of Hip-Hop, I dont know what you’re listening to

    …. simple, quality hip-hop ……

    ……1…..

  22. chea Says:

    LOL @ banks changing the game — how, by being the first rapper to star in gay prOn?

    as for jeezy different strokes for different folks but ask your favorite rapper if they like jeezy and the answer is always “fuck yes he’s real these other n*ggas is fake”

    sorry but whe the whole field is full of clowns it’s actually nice to have a real n*gga around every now and again

  23. green eyes Says:

    # eskay Says:
    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:10 pm

    NY > wherever you’re living your pathetic life right now

    ^ NY sucks.

    nation co sign Kill.. def check out new orleans

  24. landLORD Says:

    … SMH at “Gemstones” … WTF ? … as if Gemini wasnt bad enough …

  25. Plug Says:

    St Andrews club > St andrews Place

  26. RIGZ Says:

    Why cant Jeezy’s 1st album be a classic?

    Because his name’s Young Jeezy?

  27. Willy Swagger Says:

    Chea Ya I saw it like dione warwick …… btw White Sox > Cubs only because I think White Sox have more Minority fans, LOL

    ohh Ty when have you ever looked at something objectively?, No Shots

  28. D_Block_4_life Says:

    SMH @ anyone thinking Thug Motivation was wack.

    And if you can SERIOUSLY tell me 101 didnt change the climate of Hip-Hop, I dont know what you’re listening to
    ^^^^

    Nah T.M. was crazy IMO *Dodges foreign object*
    but i def dont think it changed the climate of hip-hop, no sir….

  29. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    eskay Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:10 pm
    NY > wherever you’re living your pathetic life right now

    ***”Ehhhhhhh-it’s a nice place to visit, but I wouldn’t wanna live there” (c)Bugs Bunny

  30. the Ethereal Dark Ceaser Says:

    plus people are saying Jeezy and banks changed the game and calling Jeezy’s album classic ….. no wonder hip-hop is losing …… guess they might of changed things, for the worse it’s idocracy for Hip-Hop …..

    ^^^
    basically.

    Damn yo riggz ya dunn know respeck you but you arguing that Young Jeezy of all people is a innovative change-the-game type MC got to be the most non-sensical shit I ever seen since you was arguing that more MC’s aspired to be like LL (or sumthin like that)..

    SMH

    *shrugs shoulders*

    *goes back to lurking/ reading new*

  31. chea Says:

    eskay Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:10 pm
    NY > wherever you’re living your pathetic life right now

    ^

    new yorkers always have to remind themselves how glorious their little hell-hole is, it’s what their therapists tell them to do

    *gazes out of office window on to millenium park and lake michigan*

    *thanks God for my city*

    “there’s a lot of spit to be spat about chi-town” (c) nate

  32. Willy Swagger Says:

    eskay Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:10 pm
    NY > wherever you’re living your pathetic life right now

    ^^ Yo you lying

  33. RIGZ Says:

    no more ty big’s just call me Kenard Says:
    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:12 pm

    And if you can SERIOUSLY tell me 101 didnt change the climate of Hip-Hop, I dont know what you’re listening to

    …. simple, quality hip-hop ……

    ^^^^

    Wow.

    …So Thug Motivation wasnt quality…

  34. D_Block_4_life Says:

    NY > wherever you’re living your pathetic life right now
    ^^^^^
    i 2nd that notion

  35. G7 Says:

    @Rigz

    you said 60% of rappers today are trying to rap like Jeezy.Who??? Lets see a list.

  36. rex hussla Says:

    CIRCLE YO CRIB!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    _____________________________________________

    NY > wherever you’re living your pathetic life right now

    EXCEPT SAN DIEGO…

    Yo Eskay I’ll send you a picture from the beach of all the chicks in bikinis…no it’s not heaven it’s a real place on Earth

    And RIGZ…were you trying to hit me up about something last week? You need some design work done?

  37. Joe 88 Says:

    I really don’t see how people can say Jeezy didn’t change the climate of the game, if you got a buch of mini me’s running around, your impact had to be felt (n/h), if you got niggas jacking you style (ad-libs) you made an impact. Ya’ll might think his impact wasn’t good for the game, so ya’ll take away his acheivements, but good or bad, it change something in rap

    Verse 3, i’m back to the basics, fresh from the jeweler, came back with the bracelet, blowing haze yeah dawg, I can taste it, park the 430, came back in a spaceship

  38. Ghost Writer Says:

    chea Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:12 pm
    LOL @ banks changing the game — how, by being the first rapper to star in gay prOn?

    ^
    Stop lying to yourself please……no one else was doing the punchline rap in full effect until he did it……

  39. Plug Says:

    Jeezy’s first album WAS classic. East coast cats just hate steppin outside the box. we think its a classic up here, Southern cats think its classic, western cats repect it enough… aint rigz from london or soemthin and he stamped it classic. East coast cats need more speakers… and less public transportation…

    http://www.lightav.com/car/mtx/SldgHmmr9500Group.jpg

  40. KilluminattI7 Says:

    not for nuthin EVERY chi-town cat i have ever had the (dis)pleasure of chopping it up with has always seemed to had a HUGE Complex about their city

    Like I know evrybody says New Yorkers think the world revolves around (because it does) but.. seems like every Chi-Twon cat is CONSTATNTLY trying to prove how dope their city is..

    whereas in NY we dont have to do that, its evident

    SMH @ Chicago’s “beach” being a lake LMAO

    u need more shorelines

  41. sleep Says:

    Niggas call anything that was better than average a classic nowadays back in the 90’s u would hear a classic once or twice a year now niggas calling albums classics once per month

  42. RIGZ Says:

    Damn yo riggz ya dunn know respeck you but you arguing that Young Jeezy of all people is a innovative change-the-game type MC got to be the most non-sensical shit I ever seen since you was arguing that more MC’s aspired to be like LL (or sumthin like that)..

    ^^^^^^

    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.

  43. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Willy Swagger Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:16 pm
    eskay Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:10 pm
    NY > wherever you’re living your pathetic life right now

    ^^ Yo you lying

    ***Nah, he’s just being reaaaaaaaaal open minded, by saying the place where he more than likely has spent 99% of his life is the best in the world…on some scaled down “AMERICAAAAA!!! FUCK YEAH!!!” (c) Team America shit…I’ve been to NYC, several times, and it was aiight, but I wasn’t wowed, or some shit…nice place, but America/the world is full of nice places…

  44. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    ohh Ty when have you ever looked at something objectively?, No Shots

    … when I copped thug motivation hoping it would be dope on the strength of go crazy, there was like 3 other songs I could fuck with the rest made my head hurt, and once again a rapper does not get credit for the beats the producer does, good beat selection means something but it doesn’t make one a better rapper it just hides his flaws ……

    anyway I just came back to say the Dolphins signed jake Long and will take him with the # 1 pick for all that care

    * dips out again before the post changes *

  45. Jamz Says:

    Having a great album doesn’t automatically mean that an artist has changed the game. It just means that it was a solid project. Changing the game is at a level that touches everyone, not just one region or a small minority. For example when Dre dropped The Chronic album, everyone was trying to duplicate his sound. Record labels across the country were looking for the rappers that had that westcoast flava…

    Jeezy is good at what he does, but him changing the game is reaching. I mean I know people that have never heard his album and probably wouldn’t listen if I dubbed it for free. Jeezy’s music hasn’t crossed enough barriers to make the type of impact that some of you think he has. Jeezy reminds me of a modern day Kool G Rap actually…

  46. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Stop lying to yourself please……no one else was doing the punchline rap in full effect until he did it……

    ***Please tell me you’re joking- Redman is like the master of punchline rap

  47. nation Says:

    >> yo Nate u should go to N’Awlins parce que vous parlez francais ici

    rly tho?

    yo I moderated all your names from today

  48. The Truth... Says:

    I don’t know about y’all, but that KRS mp3 ain’t working for me….

  49. rex hussla Says:

    Damn it’s about 75 degrees today…clear skies…chicks just running down the street in sports bras in shorts…

  50. SpotOn Says:

    Niggas call anything that was better than average a classic nowadays back in the 90’s u would hear a classic once or twice a year now niggas calling albums classics once per month

    ^^^The production quality on music today >>>>>>>>>>>> the 90s

  51. Willy Swagger Says:

    sleep Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:19 pm
    Niggas call anything that was better than average a classic nowadays back in the 90’s u would hear a classic once or twice a year now niggas calling albums classics once per month

    ^^ quit lying bitch. In 1994-96 there was like 8 classics or some shit, is their a classic per year limit? or classic per era limit? or per regional limit? GTFOH

  52. 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

  53. Jamz Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:21 pm
    Stop lying to yourself please……no one else was doing the punchline rap in full effect until he did it……

    ***Please tell me you’re joking- Redman is like the master of punchline rap

    ^^Erick Sermon even…

  54. Crossbow Says:

    # Willy Swagger Says:
    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:22 pm

    sleep Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:19 pm
    Niggas call anything that was better than average a classic nowadays back in the 90’s u would hear a classic once or twice a year now niggas calling albums classics once per month

    ^^ quit lying bitch. In 1994-96 there was like 8 classics or some shit, is their a classic per year limit? or classic per era limit? or per regional limit? GTFOH

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

    DRRRRAAAAAAAIIIIIIINNNNNNAAAAAAAAGGGGGGEEEEEE!!!

  55. D_Block_4_life Says:

    ^^ quit lying bitch. In 1994-96 there was like 8 classics or some shit, is their a classic per year limit? or classic per era limit? or per regional limit? GTFOH
    ^^^^^

    Dont forget 97 and 98….the golden years

  56. KilluminattI7 Says:

    @ Nate (shaun)

    Vraiment. Parce que bon l’histoire et la et la nouriture est fameuse, bonne creole femmes, aussi..

  57. RIGZ Says:

    Jamz Says:
    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    Having a great album doesn’t automatically mean that an artist has changed the game. It just means that it was a solid project. Changing the game is at a level that touches everyone, not just one region or a small minority. For example when Dre dropped The Chronic album, everyone was trying to duplicate his sound.

    ^^^^^^^

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

  58. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Iight so then what albums in niggas opinions changed the game…..lets hear some examples ???

  59. landLORD Says:

    Icon said

    ***Please tell me you’re joking- Redman is like the master of punchline rap
    ——————

    … i know, right ? … him AND Meth BEEN doing crazy punchlines … Banks ? … punchline pioneer ? … SMH …

  60. The Truth... Says:

    >>>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.

  61. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Iight so then what albums in niggas opinions changed the game…..lets hear some examples ???

  62. Jamz Says:

    RIGZ Says:

    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:27 pm
    Jamz Says:
    April 22nd, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    Having a great album doesn’t automatically mean that an artist has changed the game. It just means that it was a solid project. Changing the game is at a level that touches everyone, not just one region or a small minority. For example when Dre dropped The Chronic album, everyone was trying to duplicate his sound.

    ^^^^^^^

    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…

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