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YN on Juan Epstein

Elliott Wilson aka YN 

So Ciph finally posted the last piece of the puzzle missing for this week’s Juan Epstein post, and it features a sit-down with a friend of the site, Elliott Wilson himself.

Click here to listen to this Special (interview) Edition of Juan Epstein.

Bonus: Click here to listen to this week’s Juan Epstein & check out last Sunday’s Real Late with Peter Rosenberg.


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52 Responses to “YN on Juan Epstein”

  1. nation Says:

    what up my Edwards

  2. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    yezzur

  3. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/6gqdz0
    ^^^^
    Roscoe Umali mixtape

  4. brownsound Says:

    i like turtles.

  5. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    May 16th, 2008 at 3:26 pm
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/6gqdz0
    ^^^^
    Roscoe Umali mixtape

    **That nigga really needs to make up a new name…m’fukka sounds like a puerto rican hillbilly…

  6. D. Billz Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5awlE2zDbk

    Tracy is top 5, highly underrated

  7. Latarian Milton Says:

    yo elliot i heard wendys is hiring

  8. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    tinyurl.com/3noxxm
    ^^^^
    best of Pac and the Outlawz mixtape

  9. Soul Clapper Says:

    Kanye > Kool G rap … there I said it.

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

    Wow. I’ll use my standard response for those who think Lil Wayne is one of the best to ever do it…

    “After you latch on to lost masters
    Come back to re-evaluate the now chapter” (c) Edan

  10. Latarian Milton Says:

    D_Block_4_life Says:

    May 16th, 2008 at 3:29 pm
    If Kanye could manage to stay hot and reinvent himself through out the next 10 years on the production end then he could give Dre a run for his money….or should i have just kept that thought to myself>?

    ^

    fuck are you talking about, yeezy already passed up dre

    on the other hand dre might regain the top spot because i heard detox is finally coming out nevruary 19

  11. Sean Coonery Says:

    Casual Male XL > Skinny/Tight Jean Wearing Rappers

    Big & Tall > Skinny/Tight Jean Wearing Rappers

    Did Jim Jones start this tight fitting clothes trend in Hip-Hop/Rap?

  12. Latarian Milton Says:

    nation is that you in the photo on the left just wondering

  13. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    “you smell like garbage!”

  14. D. Billz Says:

    Latarian Milton Says:

    May 16th, 2008 at 3:35 pm
    D_Block_4_life Says:

    May 16th, 2008 at 3:29 pm
    If Kanye could manage to stay hot and reinvent himself through out the next 10 years on the production end then he could give Dre a run for his money….or should i have just kept that thought to myself>?

    ^

    fuck are you talking about, yeezy already passed up dre

    ^Slow down cowboy (c) bullshit ass server

  15. D_Block_4_life Says:

    fuck are you talking about, yeezy already passed up dre
    ^^^^
    Fam i respectively disagree….what the fuck you talking about? on the PRODUCTION end? Dre is repsonsible for Snoops,50,Eminem and the Game and thats without mentioning his own albums and other random bangers….logic please???

  16. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    ^Slow down cowboy (c) bullshit ass server

    ^^^

    thats what I was thinkin…sheesh chea…goin wild today.

  17. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Annnnd not to mention he’s been in the game for 20 years and spawned 50 and Game in the last 5 years…

  18. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    ^Slow down cowboy (c) bullshit ass server
    ^^^^
    lol

  19. Soul Clapper Says:

    Personally, I’d rather listen to Ye than Dre right now.

    Graduation against 2001… it’s Graduation for me.

    But Dre is a God in this… Ye has to put in 15 more years of delivering classics, producing classics for others and developing seminal artists (on the level of Cube, Snoop, Em and 50) before he can stand next to Dre. Dude has alongwaytogo (c) Guru and Preem.

    Looking at that list of dudes Dre helped create, I doubt Ye will ever get to that level…

  20. pHallThEwAy Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    May 16th, 2008 at 3:16 pm
    His lyrics are solid, good even, but he’s not a Top 5 emcee. Top 5 artist or Top 5 beatmaker maybe, but Top 5 emcee is a different thing…

    ***Co-sign..sometimes his delivery sounds forced, but it is what it is…I mean, he’s made some great albums, but there’s no way he goes toe to toe with Nas, Jay, Kool G, Rakim, Slick Rick, BDK, and the rest of the pack…Kanye’s a musical genius, but as an instrument (rapper, n/h), he doesn’t distinguish himself enough- witty punchlines are cool, but that’s taken down a notch when you listen to somebody like Consequence or Rhymefest, and hear the exact same type of punch lines, delivered more effectively…I know niggas hate on CONS, but for real, he belongs in the top 5 argument over ye, and Cons doesn’t even belong in the conversation, either…

    ^^
    Cons’ sound like a whiny ass Kanye (nhjic)… he comes correct with some of his lyrics (better than kanye most times) but i cannot stand his voice and flow (same way i cannot stand Kanye’s flow lately… just too fucking lazy) talkless of listening to a whole CD of him lyrics aside… nothin about him stands out (except his teefs) in the current pool of current players.. i bet the marketing folks at his label are having a difficult time marketing him

  21. pHallThEwAy Says:

    …and flow /b(pause)/b (same way i cannot stand Kanye’s flow lately… just too fucking lazy) talkless

  22. cOLD Says:

    dogma, city of death, lyrics pouring out me like its part of my breath
    I tip toe through land mines, im bout mines, streets designed to cram minds of mad crime.

  23. Latarian Milton Says:

    yeah but yeezy spawned yeezy

    also em started producing a lot of his own beats after a while. just because dre “discovered” him doesn’t mean dre’s nice

    otherwise if that’s the logic then dame is the nicest producer ever for discovering yeezy

    also let’s be clear: mel-man produced most of chronic 2001. not dre. and jigga and em ghostwrote the lyrics dre spat on that album

    so i’m sorry what does dre do again?

    oh and scott storch did the keys on still d.r.e.

    lol

    there was a time where every time i started thinking dre was nice, i realized he barely had a hand in making the song

    dre is missy elliot-status

    he hears a good beat and he makes a few maneuvers to get it to radio

    yeezy has no ghost-producers or ghost-writers

    yes toomp/primo/etc. have given him beats/scratches from time to time, but rarely – and when it’s done, yeezy is very obvious about giving credit

    dre is severely overrated, that’s always been my view

  24. Sean Coonery Says:

    Kanye over Dre…are you dudes serious?…I know you don’t believe that. What planet are you from?

  25. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    yeezy has no ghost-producers or ghost-writers
    ^^^^
    some random dude produced “down and out” for kanye

    and rhymefest wrote “jesus walks”

  26. D_Block_4_life Says:

    dre is severely overrated, that’s always been my view
    ^^^^^
    I never said Dre could rap i was strickly talkin about the production side and if u feel Kanye > Dre (production wise) then thats kool…

  27. Latarian Milton Says:

    @ E – he gave extensive credit for both

    the fact that it’s a story when someone has a hand in one of yeezy’s hits tells you something

    with dre, it’s not even a story

    instead, it’s “let me wait for the CD to drop so i can check the credits and see who really did this song”

    oh and let’s not forget the ghost-producing that yeezy did, we’ll never know what type of ill shit he did for d-dot when he was d-dot’s ghost and d-dot was prolific back then

  28. eskay Says:

    >>some random dude produced “down and out” for kanye

    Toomp did Can’t Tell Me Nothin’

  29. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Kanye over Dre…are you dudes serious?…I know you don’t believe that. What planet are you from?
    ^^^^^
    Production wise ???? Kanye needs 10 more years under belt and producing 6 joints off the Blueprint and the common albums dont compare to snoop,game,em and 50….IMO

  30. cs88_Rich_uncle_PENNYBAGS Says:

    Wilson & The Lil’Nigga from E.T.?

  31. cOLD Says:

    yea … yea…

    so its only right I own this mic, and spit this shit for all to like.
    hand cuffed and blind folded and I still managed seek devine focus
    how you niggas move sideways and the mind notice

  32. SpotOn Says:

    dogma, city of death, lyrics pouring out me like its part of my breath
    I tip toe through land mines, im bout mines, streets designed to cram minds of mad crime.

    ^^^(c) who?

  33. D_Block_4_life Says:

    You could keep your tree’s
    i smoke weed by the pound
    i only fuck with green and purple like Fed Ex ground
    i stay in big trucks somethin like tonka
    The weed is smoke is green with red hairs like Blanka (c) Streetfighter

  34. Soul Clapper Says:

    Dre, as the most successful producer Hip Hop has ever seen, gets a lot of hate… talk of Ghost-producers is bullshit. Who ghost-produced Fuck Tha Police? 100 Miles and Runnin’? Alwayz Into Somethin’? Deep Cover? Nobody did.

    Dre’s legendary status attracts stone-throwers (no Peanut Butter Wolf). He didn’t just discover Snoop and Em, he made their beats and guided their careers (and fuck that, Dame did nothing with Kanye other than sign him… he wouldn’t even pay for a video. You think Dame went near an MPC? You think he said to KanYe “yo, wear tighter jeans” lol. FOH.)

  35. cOLD Says:

    ^^^(c) who?

    …thats ya boy cOLD spot. decent?

  36. SpotOn Says:

    divine > devine

  37. SpotOn Says:

    cOLD Says:

    May 16th, 2008 at 4:09 pm
    ^^^(c) who?

    …thats ya boy cOLD spot. decent?

    ^^^nah it sucks

  38. SpotOn Says:

    Im lying…pretty dope

  39. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Dre, as the most successful producer Hip Hop has ever seen, gets a lot of hate… talk of Ghost-producers is bullshit. Who ghost-produced Fuck Tha Police? 100 Miles and Runnin’? Alwayz Into Somethin’? Deep Cover? Nobody did.

    Dre’s legendary status attracts stone-throwers (no Peanut Butter Wolf). He didn’t just discover Snoop and Em, he made their beats and guided their careers (and fuck that, Dame did nothing with Kanye other than sign him… he wouldn’t even pay for a video. You think Dame went near an MPC? You think he said to KanYe “yo, wear tighter jeans” lol. FOH.)
    ^^^^^
    Churchhhhhhh

  40. Jud Buechler Says:

    Kanye’s quality of quantity doesn’t stack up to Dr. Dre……..

    Kanye is only able to produce a certain type of sound……Dre, broke artist and are able to mold beats to the artist……Dre’s album chronic is better than any albums of Kanye’s…..

    G.funk sound> Chipmunk soul beats

    Just blaze production> Kanye west production

    Heatmakerz 1.5 year run> kanye west….

    Kanye’s best material is on the the blueprint…..his rapping is better than his beats now….Not taking anything away from his beats but his production is not as good as when he first came into the game…..

  41. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Yo esk that Cam link you posted yesterday was a Dj Self banks and yayo radio freestyle….

  42. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Just blaze production> Kanye west production
    ^^^^
    Just Blaze = Kanye west

    I just cant decide, but foreal just is that nigga

  43. SpotOn Says:

    I thot it was a Nas quote. Aite, im out like _________

  44. cOLD Says:

    divine > devine

    ^in the rap world it dont matter see the rapper fab, and a hoes banter

    english is chopped and screwed fuck this system
    im rolling with some cali cush and wrist glistening

    so while you correct to forget you neglect
    the facets of rap, what accent is that?

  45. Soul Clapper Says:

    LMAO… I just found Positive K’s “Nighshift” on cassette single in an old crate.

    Only a few will know about that track…

  46. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Heatmakerz 1.5 year run> kanye west….
    ^^^^^^^
    chillll…Now your pushing it…

  47. nation Says:

    >> nation is that you in the photo on the left just wondering

    you smill like garbidge

  48. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Dre > Kanye
    There is said it (c) Cold

  49. Jud Buechler Says:

    # D_Block_4_life Says:
    May 16th, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    Heatmakerz 1.5 year run> kanye west….
    ^^^^^^^
    chillll…Now your pushing it…
    ____________________________________________________

    Diplomatic Immunity had the best album full of beats in hip-hop history…..I would like someone to tell me a better collection of beats better than that album?

    But Heatmakerz came in and dropped out so fast they are just a mere blip in History…..So I understand where you coming from

  50. D. Billz Says:

    Latarian Milton Says:

    May 16th, 2008 at 3:56 pm
    >>yeah but yeezy spawned yeezy

    ^Wrong. His whole style is the love-child of a No ID/Pete Rock/Rza menage. Whether direct tutelage or influence from hearin’ records, he took bits and pieces.

    >>also em started producing a lot of his own beats after a while. just because dre “discovered” him doesn’t mean dre’s nice

    ^That’s the difference between a producer and a beatmaker. A producer has the ability to convey the message of an artist by emphasizing his strengths over production, hence make a complete album mesh as a story. Even though I’m a Piddy (c)DPS) hater, he has mastered that trait without ever pickin’ up an MPC. Just look at his body of work: Mary J, Biggie, Jodeci, Ma$e (first album arguable classic), Black Rob (first album flawless), American Gangster album, Carl Thomas, Faith, and the list goes on. What artist has Kanye broken? A beat maker does just that: make beats.

    >>otherwise if that’s the logic then dame is the nicest producer ever for discovering yeezy

    ^Dame never claimed to be a producer. CEO. And he would be more of an A&R than anything.

    >>also let’s be clear: mel-man produced most of chronic 2001. not dre. and jigga and em ghostwrote the lyrics dre spat on that album

    ^And I met the dude named Glove that did “Phone Tap”. Your point? Dre never claimed to be a producer-rapper. He only raps for the sport. You can take away 2001 and ‘Ye’s body of work still doesn’t compare to the body of work that Dre has accumlated thus far.

    >>so i’m sorry what does dre do again?

    ^Dre = producer. Kanye = beatmaker

    >>oh and scott storch did the keys on still d.r.e.

    ^See: previous paragraph

    lol

    >>there was a time where every time i started thinking dre was nice, i realized he barely had a hand in making the song

    ^Fair opinion. Kanye, still, hasn’t equally matched success.

    >>dre is missy elliot-status

    he hears a good beat and he makes a few maneuvers to get it to radio

    ^For one, it’s funny how people think people just take somethin’ to radio and it gets play. If that’s the case, Freeway’s Roc affilition would allow him a retarded amount of BDS stats. Number two, to downplay Missy’s accomplishments is asinine if you know anything about music. She may not be the greatest MC (similar to Dre) but writing is her strength and she has spawned more hits behind the scenes than on wax (also similar to Dre).

    >>yeezy has no ghost-producers or ghost-writers

    yes toomp/primo/etc. have given him beats/scratches from time to time, but rarely – and when it’s done, yeezy is very obvious about giving credit

    ^You just contradicted yourself with the last two statements. Of course it can’t be a ghost-producer if he gives the credit, because then it wouldn’t be a ghost-producer (duh). Regardless if he gives credit or not, the point is that he received help. Period.

    >>dre is severely overrated, that’s always been my view

    ^Well maybe you need thicker glasses. Either way, you’re allowed to feel the way you do. But facts > emotions.

  51. cOLD Says:

    uh yea yea un uh

    so I step in and see 1 hundred mc’s
    all zoning to tunes and looking at me.

    so I grab the microphone start roping them free’s
    gather them up, hand on my nuts
    spitting with the passion of a fantasy fuck

    off the top its nonesense, but nonesense plus swag equals dopeness

    and with dopness you hopless, the camera circles
    I see some mcs falling cause my hammer squirt you

    its figurative my hammer is infact my lyrical wit
    and visioning this, the crowds getting smaller
    as im spitting the piff.

    whoa…

    son of ether where you at?

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