Bishop Lamont – City Lights

Another new one off The Confessional mixtape, produced by DJ Khalil.

Bishop Lamont – City Lights

Swiped from Shake

Previously: Bishop Lamont ft. V/A – Be Cool & Gorilla Pimpin’ 5008


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30 Responses to “Bishop Lamont – City Lights”

  1. b-ease Says:

    b-ease Says:

    May 28th, 2008 at 9:47 am
    @ Rey, yea, mid-era Puff definetly got some “ideas” from Toke and Pone. and Harlem World has aged well. Because the general caliber of lyricism in hiphop has dropped tremendously, it arguably sounds better than it did when it dropped.

  2. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    gwap!

  3. G7 Says:

    cover looks very killah priest-esque

  4. Joe 88 Says:

    stillmatic > any mega album

    ^Negative

    The Realness & still matic came out around the same time, so I evenly judge both of those albums then

    stillmatic = Borderline classic

    The Realness = Classic

    Stillmatic loses it’s classic stamp off the strength of “Braveheart party” wow that song sucked balls, & it had Mary J on there, lol. True fact, nas (or his people) never paid mary for the song, so they took the song off the albums later release, Nas is a snake, word to every QB ninja that nas took money from (c) Cormega never getting paid for his spots on the bridge album

  5. THE-XFACTA Says:

    I plead the FIF

  6. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    “Big Dummy” Lamont > Bishop Lamont

  7. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    I go to drain the dragon and it’s comment central!!!

    *Daps Rey G7 and anyone else i missed*

    Whats good Rey??? Life is good across the pound, out tonight for a joint 21st for two bitches i know, both hairdressers, can you smell the pussy!!!

    Again i gotta disagree with The True Meaning > The realness

    The beats and rhymes on the realness are just perfect and the album flows like the Nile!!!!

  8. THE-XFACTA Says:

    Great link on your name C88.. You almost got me fired!

  9. THE-XFACTA Says:

    LF: Is Bishop Lamont, Chris Brown’s Daddy?

  10. RIGZ Says:

    ah 1, 2

    ah 1, 2

  11. RIGZ Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4M-CPwzCdVg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgyEOctCsf0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgjYh-OuzuY

    ^^^^

    Classic

  12. RIGZ Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiHSMX5dvBY

  13. THE-XFACTA Says:

    *Slaps the back of Rigz’ neck (like 4th grade)*

  14. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    THE-XFACTA Says:

    May 28th, 2008 at 9:53 am
    Great link on your name C88.. You almost got me fired!

    ^^^
    *daps*
    (88 changes Link)

  15. THE-XFACTA Says:

    ^^^

    lol.. I already know that website….. Umm I mean someone told me about it.. No P.O. for me!.. (But i get off of work in 1/2 an hour)

  16. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    THE-XFACTA Says:

    May 28th, 2008 at 9:58 am
    ^^^

    lol.. I already know that website….. Umm I mean someone told me about it.. No P.O. for me!.. (But i get off of work in 1/2 an hour)

    ^^^
    (88 changes again)

  17. G7 Says:

    >>stillmatic = Borderline classic

    The Realness = Classic

    ^both classics imo. mega gets fire beats, but sometimes his lyrics, flow…etc come off as average to me. he can’t carry a weak beat like nas can….lol.

  18. RIGZ Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fxlOxU2msU

    ^

    One of the illest sketches ever

  19. RIGZ Says:

    he can’t carry a weak beat like nas can….lol.

    ^

    NOBODY can

  20. Joe 88 Says:

    Again i gotta disagree with The True Meaning > The realness

    The beats and rhymes on the realness are just perfect and the album flows like the Nile!!!!

    ^I understand your arguement, but the true meaning shows his growth as a artist, the beats on the realness was better, but the topics on the true…… was iller, & more depth than your average hood tail (even tho mega does those stories the best, him & styles) songs like “love in, love out” was deep & showed the other side of the Mega vs Nass beef, unlike on the real….. where it just shows his anger towards the lil homie. Or the love song he wrote to a bitch that had a man already, that was hot, the man on the mic track is crazy, truthfully it really depends on how your feeling that day when your choosing which is better, cause I bumped the real….. like 2 weeks ago & sided with the real > true meaning

  21. RIGZ Says:

    *Puts X-Facta in an illegal choke-hold*

  22. b-ease Says:

    ^both classics imo. mega gets fire beats, but sometimes his lyrics, flow…etc come off as average to me. he can’t carry a weak beat like nas can….lol.

    ^^^
    True. But the Realness doesnt have ANY weak beats. If fact, in terms of the content and atmoshere the music produces, I’d say that the Realness is more of a true sequel to Illmatic than Stillmatic was. Stillmatic was real dope tho. 4.5 mics.

  23. Joe 88 Says:

    *Currently adding lil wayne “Da Drought” on Ipod*.

    Most people prolly never heard the 1st one, & it’s my favorite one. This came out around the time the first carter (also my favorite of the series) was about to drop. On most songs on da drought, you can hear him scream “da drought” over where he said “the carter” so I guess this was suppose to be the carter 1, eh, it’s still hot. I got atleast 3 songs from the carter on here also where he’s screaming “da drought” in the backround

  24. G7 Says:

    i’m going with the Realness > True Meaning

    good argument though Joe

  25. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    ^I understand your arguement, but the true meaning shows his growth as a artist, the beats on the realness was better, but the topics on the true…… was iller, & more depth than your average hood tail (even tho mega does those stories the best, him & styles) songs like “love in, love out” was deep & showed the other side of the Mega vs Nass beef, unlike on the real….. where it just shows his anger towards the lil homie. Or the love song he wrote to a bitch that had a man already, that was hot, the man on the mic track is crazy, truthfully it really depends on how your feeling that day when your choosing which is better, cause I bumped the real….. like 2 weeks ago & sided with the real > true meaning

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

    Fair point, i see what your saying about the growth and depth

    It’s just about personal opinion…

    I think i’m the only Mega fan in my Country…

  26. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    Favourite Nas track -: I gave ya power

    Favourite Mega Track -: American Beauty

    Favourite Mega Nas track -: Affirmative Action

  27. nation Says:

    life’s a bitch, but God forbid the bitch divorce me

  28. Joe 88 Says:

    Tuesday may 27th 2008
    Joe 88 says

    The Realness > The True meaning

    Wednesday may 28th 2008
    Joe 88 says

    The True meaning > The Realness

    Tommorow may 29th 2008
    Joe 88 says

    The true meaning = The realness > Legal Hustle

    lol. We can debate on which one we like the best, but in the end, we all are rewarded with good music

    We won.

  29. b-ease Says:

    nation Says:

    May 28th, 2008 at 10:16 am
    life’s a bitch, but God forbid the bitch divorce me

    ^^^
    Mega claimed he threw Nas that line. I can def see it.

  30. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    Tommorow may 29th 2008
    Joe 88 says

    The true meaning = The realness > Legal Hustle

    lol. We can debate on which one we like the best, but in the end, we all are rewarded with good music

    We won.

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    TRUE DAT

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