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Styles P – Bitch Nigga Run [No DJ]

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63 Responses to “Styles P – Bitch Nigga Run (No DJ)”

  1. Nanyanen Says:

    freak freak yall

  2. Jamz Says:

    3rd in line

  3. SNORT_SNORTcrazy88since88 Says:

    GET THE BOZACK!

  4. BabyDoll Says:

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Just in time!!!

  5. pockets Says:

    Yeah, but thats only because no-one believed him

    Even if he was telling the truth

    ^ehh we dont really know why he changed, but are u tryin to say his current persona is not really him and is just a facade just to get people to listen to him? how can u say that when he spit that gangster shit for just a couple of tracks, quit it, and hes been a storyteller with the realness for years ever since…so in hindsight, i think its pretty clear this is what hes really about and he didnt change for anyone but himself

    ^^^^^^

    What I’m saying is, what if he blew up in his “Gangsta” stage?

    He’d still be rappin about clapping dudes and shotting ki’s, thats what.

    ^nope i dont think so. but theres no point in debating this, no one knows for sure this is just opinon

  6. Joe 88 Says:

    ehh we dont really know why he changed, but are u tryin to say his current persona is not really him and is just a facade just to get people to listen to him? how can u say that when he spit that gangster shit for just a couple of tracks, quit it, and hes been a storyteller with the realness for years ever since…so in hindsight, i think its pretty clear this is what hes really about and he didnt change for anyone but himself

    ^It’s funny that you said that, I think that’s totally the reason why he changed. Why should lupe be looked at differently because his switch up was backwards compared to the average rapper that’s striving for fame? I mean busta rhymes rapped the same way for ten years, then woke up one day & became a gangsta, why should lupe be the exception?

    I said that before the gangsta rap lupe shit surfaced that his approach was a marketing scheme, me & biggums had this arguement like a whole year ago

  7. D. Billz Says:

    pockets Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:25 pm
    Yeah, but thats only because no-one believed him

    Even if he was telling the truth

    ^ehh we dont really know why he changed, but are u tryin to say his current persona is not really him and is just a facade just to get people to listen to him? how can u say that when he spit that gangster shit for just a couple of tracks, quit it, and hes been a storyteller with the realness for years ever since…so in hindsight, i think its pretty clear this is what hes really about and he didnt change for anyone but himself

    ^But how do you know that? Or are you just speculating? Maybe he was smart enough to get in where he fit in because he knows what resonates (my favorite today) with the current climate of hip hop. And being that he’s lyrically potent then he can do it with ease. Not to mention he’s a die-hard Muslim (as he appears to be in his interviews) so he might’ve had internal battles to say/do certain things though he feels that he likes to talk the hardcore stuff. I applaud him for making “positive” music and I think he’s nice, but people just don’t get rid of certain characteristics that fast. As far as I know, he’s been Muslim all his life and was STILL doing those hardcore tracks so that speaks volumes.

    And like someone said (Joe88, I believe), labels know that his gun clappery raps was not believable coming from him. Marketing is more important in the entertainment world than the actual product itself. This is why “positive” rappers don’t get the promotion needed because they know it can make a helluva difference. But 1.) he’s nice and 2.) he had the Camel GOAT co-sign so it makes THAT much of a difference.

    Don’t believe the hype (c) P.E.

  8. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Hay! Hay! Hay! (c) Duane offa “What’s Happening!”

  9. pockets Says:

    so he might’ve had internal battles to say/do certain things though he feels that he likes to talk the hardcore stuff. I applaud him for making “positive” music

    ^well then there u go. end of story.

  10. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Joe 88 Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:28 pm

    You gotta be fuckin’ kiddin’ me. Hov has (creatively, might I add) talked about clappin’ ninjas 100,000 ways over the span of his career.

    “Threats” >>

    ^Exactly.

    I don’t think it’ll ever get to the point where rap fans where they can just like a rapper only for the music. Majority of the music I like (& I like everything (n/h) I like because it’s entertaining, but a small group of artist I don’t like because of there personality, *ahem*lupe*ahem* but I still rock there shit if it bumps.
    ^^^

    You know how difficult that is, though lol? People have to HATE the whole entity, they can’t hate a segment. It’s like you know you like that new G-Unit song but you’re a fan of Game … that’s considered blasphemous right now lol

  11. D. Billz Says:

    Instead of the old method of taking students to jail on some “Scared Straight” shit, the schools should take ’em to record labels and studios. Because it’s obvious which one has the most impact these days. Ninjas would be shocked at what they would find out.

    It would be have to be a covert mission though. Can’t let the t.I.’s and quasi homosexuals know what’s going on so that they can fabricate the business.

  12. green eyes Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:36 pm

    Instead of the old method of taking students to jail on some “Scared Straight” shit, the schools should take ‘em to record labels and studios. Because it’s obvious which one has the most impact these days. Ninjas would be shocked at what they would find out.

    It would be have to be a covert mission though. Can’t let the t.I.’s and quasi homosexuals know what’s going on so that they can fabricate the business.

    ^ lmao.. use those 2 way mirrors

  13. D. Billz Says:

    pockets Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:36 pm
    so he might’ve had internal battles to say/do certain things though he feels that he likes to talk the hardcore stuff. I applaud him for making “positive” music

    ^well then there u go. end of story.

    ^But that’s all he can sell. Nobody believes a barely 5’7 ninja in tight jeans and glasses is clappin’ anything. Lets be serious here.

  14. pockets Says:

    u guys are acting like lupe is a fascade…u serious? u think styles p could just up and change like that to get more people to listen to him? when lu is giving interviews, does he sound like a beanie siegel? everyone knows lupe used to be in the hood, but what did he do when he had the opportunity…the person he is now. but another thing, i dont even think ppl here listen to his tracks, he tells stories when he raps, so this is kind of a mute point, no? he spits stories about middle eastern kids growin up during a war, while beans raps about ripping ur mothers tonsils out of her eye socket, so it depends on ur style.

  15. Joe 88 Says:

    What makes lupe skateboard raps more belivable than busta rhymes gangsta coke selling raps?

    First impressions means alot & the first time most heard lupe he was on a board with wheels under it, so you already got a visual of his personality in your head, so when the gangsta stuff surfaced you think “oh that prolly was a faze he was going thru” but how do you know that he’s going thru a faze now & that was the real him? You don’t just like you don’t know if a rapper kills mothers & sells 1000’s of bricks on a off day, let the music breath, & shoose who you like from there & don’t defend someone you don’t know

    No Shots

  16. Secondbest21 Says:

    ok, last time:

    RIGZ Says:

    Just for the record

    Sean Price openly admits he makes up most of the shit he says on tracks, and will say its just a display of rhymes & wit

    and Sean Price is one of my favourite MCs

    People take rap too serious

    *Fades To Black*

    ^^^^ but that’s anybody rhymin’, really. anyone who questions a person’s validity when it comes to their rhymes is a damn fool. hip hop was built on braggadocio. you can’t just say “yeah, i shot dude with a Beretta and sped off in a Jetta!” nah, now it’s “i’ma kill off their moms, wife, kids, and the kids they don’t really have but claimed on their taxes/ then make their getaway in the millennium falcon” or some shit. anyone who believes any of that shit these cats be saying in their rhymes is a damn fool. anyone who believes when a dude says “i keep it real! i’m just telling my past experiences/the story of the streets!” is a damn fool (self snitchin’, basically). at the most, it’s a heavy, heavy exaggeration of the truth, and i am sorry if someone is just finding out that santa doesn’t exist…

    LF: alicia key’s hips are stupendous…

  17. blaze22 Says:

    I mean busta rhymes rapped the same way for ten years, then woke up one day & became a gangsta, why should lupe be the exception?
    ^

    Cuz Lupe is a great in the rap game. People love to hate on the people getting money and doing their thing.

  18. pockets Says:

    Can’t let the t.I.’s and quasi homosexuals know what’s going on so that they can fabricate the business.

    ^so u dont think ppl like beans and jeezys shit is fabricated by the same homosexuals

  19. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:38 pm

    pockets Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:36 pm
    so he might’ve had internal battles to say/do certain things though he feels that he likes to talk the hardcore stuff. I applaud him for making “positive” music

    ^well then there u go. end of story.

    ^But that’s all he can sell. Nobody believes a barely 5′7 ninja in tight jeans and glasses is clappin’ anything. Lets be serious here.
    ^^^^

    You could say the same thing about T.I, then. Birdchest ain’t scaring that many people out here lol If you saw T.I. in the street, the last thing on your mind is that he could possess 25 machine-guns in the crib.

  20. BabyDoll Says:

    pockets Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:39 pm
    u guys are acting like lupe is a fascade…u serious? u think styles p could just up and change like that to get more people to listen to him? when lu is giving interviews, does he sound like a beanie siegel? everyone knows lupe used to be in the hood, but what did he do when he had the opportunity…the person he is now. but another thing, i dont even think ppl here listen to his tracks, he tells stories when he raps, so this is kind of a mute point, no? he spits stories about middle eastern kids growin up during a war, while beans raps about ripping ur mothers tonsils out of her eye socket, so it depends on ur style.

    ^ohhhh, I get it now…

    *light bulb goes off*

  21. pockets Says:

    so he might’ve had internal battles to say/do certain things though he feels that he likes to talk the hardcore stuff. I applaud him for making “positive” music

    ^well then there u go. end of story.

    ^But that’s all he can sell. Nobody believes a barely 5′7 ninja in tight jeans and glasses is clappin’ anything. Lets be serious here.

    ^but why do u naturally assume that he wants to rap about clappin ninjas? is that because thats all u listen to, or thats all u grew up on? what ur saying is just ur perception…is it that shocking how different he is than everyone else that u assume hes only doing it for the sales?

  22. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Why is it that Hip-Hop artist are the only ones held to this “artist integrity” stuff? I know SOME of it is the fault of the artist but much of the blame lies with the gullible-ness of the listeners. In my opinion, either you a thug or you a artist. If you spit that hot shit, then I’m a fan, if you corny, I’ll blast you on the blog. But, to judge some catz on whether or not they got bodies or grinded g-packs doesn’t make alot of sense. I DOUBT if Jigga was big time but he was around the game long enough to soak up some of the inner workings and he’s intelligent enough to talk rather flyly about it. Same with Beans. He may be belligerent and assole-ish in person but he wasn’t hurtin’ nothing until AFTER he blew. There are catz with potential but could stay focused enough, see: Neef, Oshino, much of Ram Squad (Philly artists in particular) but potential can be a curse. I don’t think Will Smith killed aleins, but i like his craft, I don’t think Denzel fought in the Civil War, I don’t think AL Pachino snorted up half of Columbia and I don’t think Mehki Phipher slung jumbs on project benches in Brooklyn. Just like MOST these rappers ai’t push no wiehgt. ANY real cat ion the game will tell you Jezzy don’t know what the kcuf he talkin’ about but he spit it with swag. Cool enough. The catz are entertainers, no more no less.

  23. cOLD Says:

    my story reads like a whos who, of the Jersey cartel, ask about me.

    I see you crazy88.

  24. Joe 88 Says:

    Cuz Lupe is a great in the rap game. People love to hate on the people getting money and doing their thing.

    ^Truthfully, I have no idea how much doe lupe got, & I damn sure aint hating, just facing the mirror towards the ones to scared to look in it.

    Just because he’s your favorite rapper doesn’t mean everything he say is true

    If you can say a rapper doesn’t do everything they say, then over look the transformation in your favorite rapper then……………..

  25. pockets Says:

    @ DPS, i dont think anyone is disagreeing with u

  26. SNORT_SNORTcrazy88since88 Says:

    cOLD Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:46 pm
    my story reads like a whos who, of the Jersey cartel, ask about me.

    I see you crazy88.

    ^^^
    SMM, Double’i Illtown allday.

  27. nation Says:

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/12949345bfbe7d32/

  28. Da PartyStarter Says:

    # pockets Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:47 pm

    @ DPS, i dont think anyone is disagreeing with u
    ^^
    Just my 2 cent tryin’ to get in on the convo…

  29. blaze22 Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:46 pm

    Cuz Lupe is a great in the rap game. People love to hate on the people getting money and doing their thing.

    ^Truthfully, I have no idea how much doe lupe got, & I damn sure aint hating, just facing the mirror towards the ones to scared to look in it.

    Just because he’s your favorite rapper doesn’t mean everything he say is true

    If you can say a rapper doesn’t do everything they say, then over look the transformation in your favorite rapper then……………..

    ^
    Not my favorite rapper. And, I’m smart enough not to take everything rappers say as fact. I like Lupe’s flow.

  30. pockets Says:

    Just because he’s your favorite rapper doesn’t mean everything he say is true

    ^1) the main appeal for lupe isnt that hes a better person than everyone else outside of the rap game, its that his lyrics are insane. just to clear that up, this whole argument kinda doesnt even really matter, but lets just keep going.

    2) how can u just make up a positive image, especially when no one would say thats what sells in a rap game where 90% of it is gun talk. and when u come up with this positive message out of thin air, why would someone stick to it? its all just fake? well then i would say thats a pretty good fake image.

    /done

  31. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Da PartyStarter Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:45 pm

    Same with Beans. He may be belligerent and assole-ish in person but he wasn’t hurtin’ nothing until AFTER he blew. There are catz with potential but could stay focused enough, see: Neef, Oshino, much of Ram Squad (Philly artists in particular)
    ^^^

    True story, my brother asked me the other day: “What happened to State Property? Are they all locked up?” LOL… dudes go MIA just because they don’t give a fuck anymore or they go on state-sanctioned vacation. Think about the State Prop 2 days. There’s a reason why the Young Gunz did 99% of the promotion for that album. Dudes were locked up lol

  32. SNORT_SNORTcrazy88since88 Says:

    …id like to go on the record & say, eatin pussy can be fun.

  33. pockets Says:

    my last comment is all im gonna say, i was supposed to leave like ten minutes ago

  34. D_Block_4_life Says:

    shoose who you like
    ^^^^
    As Latarian would say.

  35. green eyes Says:

    # SNORT_SNORTcrazy88since88 Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:53 pm

    …id like to go on the record & say, eatin pussy can be fun.

    ^ applaud that man

  36. Charles Oakley Says:

    Lupe is a great rapper, Styles is a great rapper, 50 Cent (when he wants to be) can be a great rapper. Different styles, different images, but they all make dope music so who cares about the peripherals. It’s not like their child molesters in real life or something. word to r kelly

  37. Big Homie Says:

    *back from lunch*
    *burps beer*

  38. blaze22 Says:

    # SNORT_SNORTcrazy88since88 Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:53 pm

    …id like to go on the record & say, eatin pussy can be fun.

    ^

    Eatin pussy IS fun

  39. D. Billz Says:

    pockets Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:39 pm
    u guys are acting like lupe is a fascade…u serious?

    ^Nobody said he was a fascade, but he’s obviously in tune with more than just skateboarding. But yall put him on a pedestal and act like those things he did/rapped about never existed.

    >> u think styles p could just up and change like that to get more people to listen to him?

    ^Of course not because 1.) he’s not a new rapper, and 2.) there are no major companies that are investing in him. It’s no coincidence a whole bunch of Black teens and kids are on skateboards now. This whole “rock” phase was the perfect niche for Lupe to enter the scene.

    >>when lu is giving interviews, does he sound like a beanie siegel?

    ^And? What does that have to do with anything? Because he’s cool, calm, collected and articulate means that he isn’t capable of other things? His best friend is Chilly, a well-known herion dealer who is currently incarcerated after being caught with shit load of bricks, on some John Forte. Not even Beans has done anything to that caliber.

    >>everyone knows lupe used to be in the hood, but what did he do when he had the opportunity…the person he is now.

    ^Do what exactly? Got famous and sold some records?

    >>but another thing, i dont even think ppl here listen to his tracks, he tells stories when he raps, so this is kind of a mute point, no?

    ^Wrong again. I have both albums. F&L > The Cool. He’s a genius writer and story teller. But what’s your point?

    >>he spits stories about middle eastern kids growin up during a war, while beans raps about ripping ur mothers tonsils out of her eye socket, so it depends on ur style.

    ^And many other rappers rap about the war going on right outside of their homes. The majority of Beans songs on his albums (except for his last album) are about how fucked up life is and how it’s hard to escape it. “What Ya Life Like” had inmates literally writing him letters because they were finally glad to have someone on the outside tell the REAL story of how jail is instead of the fabricated glorfication. You’re too caught up in the gimmicks and the packaging to overstand the messages. Or perhaps because you’re not an offspring of that culture than you can only take someone’s word for it or disregard it since you’re not familiar.

    No shots at you, but perhaps the hinderance is more so in how you grew up rather than the artist who you choose to blame. For many Blacks/Latinos who’ve been in the trenches (as participants or observers) can pick out what’s real and what’s not and appreciate what one has to offer beyond the packaging (i.e. marketing).

    Lupe probably listens to Beans more than you do. And he probably even appreciates Beans music more than you do. But that’s because he’s from the Southside of the Chi and can relate to it. He just chose another route. I don’t see what’s the difference.

  40. Joe 88 Says:

    @ Blaze22

    I wasn’t directing that comment towards you or anyone in general on here, we all like who we like, just saying rappers are entertainers, they shouldn’t be questioned on what they do, or what they don’t do, just the music.

    50 said ja rule was gay, & in return people stop fucking with him. was it really because they belived he was gay, or because he switched his formula up & stop doing what made him famous, which lead to bad music

    Now Lil wayne kissed a male on the lips, but stayed true to his craft & has a cult following. Did it really mattered more that ja was said to be gay, or his music lacked?

    Good music = loyal fan base

    Not ya backround, not ya criminal record, not how many you tube clips you got in the hood, good music will always get good feed back

  41. Da PartyStarter Says:

    True story, my brother asked me the other day: “What happened to State Property? Are they all locked up?” LOL… dudes go MIA just because they don’t give a fuck anymore or they go on state-sanctioned vacation. Think about the State Prop 2 days. There’s a reason why the Young Gunz did 99% of the promotion for that album. Dudes were locked up lol

    ^^
    Yep. Mostly for violations, not new cases. Like Ram Squad. They had it goin’ on but like fools they gonna start effin’ with Joey Merlino, a “look at me” mobster, a walkin’ oxymoron. They begged to be locked up, if you asked me. They was hustlin’ backwards, you scramble to get the money to record your album, you don’t put out an album on a major label THEN get involved with an “alphabet boys- HOT mobster” AND shit where you sleep. Some of these rappers sho’ ain’t the sharpest knives in the drawer, I tell ya. LOL

  42. D. Billz Says:

    >^ohhhh, I get it now…

    *light bulb goes off*

    ^LMAO. *rings bell*

  43. Charles Oakley Says:

    Lupe – Pen & the Needlz
    zshare.net/audio/14585300c74b3085/

  44. Da PartyStarter Says:

    # SNORT_SNORTcrazy88since88 Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:53 pm

    …id like to go on the record & say, eatin pussy can be fun.

    “It’s good, but it ain’t fun.” – (c) DPS’ Father

    wassup 88?

  45. D. Billz Says:

    DPS… What it is?

    DPS or CiCI… Yo, what is Naam Brigade doing these days?

  46. blaze22 Says:

    good music will always get good feed back
    ^
    cosign

  47. D. Billz Says:

    Oakley… That Pen & Needlz is a beast. That was on one of the Farenheit mixtapes.

  48. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Wassup Billz?
    Damn, yo bringin’ up groups I done forgot about. LOL Naam Brigade? they had this HOT jawn about 7-8 years ago. I dunno what happened to ’em.

  49. green eyes Says:

    # blaze22 Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    # SNORT_SNORTcrazy88since88 Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:53 pm

    …id like to go on the record & say, eatin pussy can be fun.

    ^

    Eatin pussy IS fun

    ^ applaud that man too

  50. RIGZ Says:

    First impressions means alot & the first time most heard lupe he was on a board with wheels under it,

    ^^^^

    first time I heard Lupe he was talking about bussin his gun (c) Pop Pop

  51. Charles Oakley Says:

    Billz
    Yeah i’m a big fan those mixtapes. Fascade or not, lupe can spit some crazy bars.

  52. Joe 88 Says:

    LF: Gillie interviews > Gillie’s songs

    & I fucks wit gillie, but the passion he puts in his interviews are priceless.

  53. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    July 2nd, 2008 at 3:00 pm

    DPS… What it is?

    DPS or CiCI… Yo, what is Naam Brigade doing these days?
    ^^^

    I think they all eventually got locked up. I know one of the the members, Rambo, had a joint out a while back.

  54. RIGZ Says:

    I just dont understand when people complain so much about subject matter…

    It about how you approach the subject, not what the subject is

  55. cOLD Says:

    Eatin pussy IS fun

    *eats with pussy*

  56. eskay Says:

    >>It’s no coincidence a whole bunch of Black teens and kids are on skateboards now. This whole “rock” phase was the perfect niche for Lupe to enter the scene.

    so what, Lupe had something to do with that? black kids been skating, word to me in 6th grade.

  57. D. Billz Says:

    pockets Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 2:51 pm
    Just because he’s your favorite rapper doesn’t mean everything he say is true

    ^1) the main appeal for lupe isnt that hes a better person than everyone else outside of the rap game, its that his lyrics are insane. just to clear that up, this whole argument kinda doesnt even really matter, but lets just keep going.

    ^If it’s just about the lyrics and not their personal lives, then that makes speakin’ about a rapper’s personal life null and void.

    2) how can u just make up a positive image, especially when no one would say thats what sells in a rap game where 90% of it is gun talk. and when u come up with this positive message out of thin air, why would someone stick to it? its all just fake? well then i would say thats a pretty good fake image.

    ^I would say the same. I’m not sayin’ he’s a not a genuinely nice guy, but he chose to do the gun raps FIRST, which is obviously where his heart is. But he knows damn well that one 1.) he’s Muslim and tryin’ to stay on his deen, and 2.) he’s gonna go with what’s more believable.

    I think you forget that this is a business. Every other gun-toting artist was already known in their hood, whether they’re nice at rappin’ or not. Therefore it wasn’t hard to create a backstory for them which would appeal to that audience. Not that any of this makes a difference to me, but they (the labels) know how people think so it works in their favor. 50’s GRODT was good, but it sold more off of the hype (9 bullets and being signed to Dre/Shady) then the actual music. Lupe being a skateboarder who’s in tune with his people is a helluva lot easier to sell. Plus he’s nice.

    check, please

  58. Charles Oakley Says:

    My favorite track off of those Farenheit mixtapes btw, short and sweet:

    Lupe Fiasco – Jedi Mind Tricks
    zshare.net/audio/14586181ea054e30/

  59. Charles Oakley Says:

    “they tried to silence the influencer, makes me sicker, influenza”

  60. MajaLeeg Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 3:03 pm
    Oakley… That Pen & Needlz is a beast. That was on one of the Farenheit mixtapes.

    ^^^^^^
    co-sign

    That 2nd verse is the undisputed truth.

  61. KLO Says:

    Good Lord this is hard! FYI, that Jedi Mixtape from D-Block is a classic!

  62. war report Says:

    bangin S.P. joint!! track was meant to be on Time Is Money. Originally titled ‘The Ghost’ produced by The Neptunes.

  63. war report Says:

    KLO Says:

    July 2nd, 2008 at 3:29 pm
    Good Lord this is hard! FYI, that Jedi Mixtape from D-Block is a classic!

    >>Word, the mixtape is raw

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