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Video: Pharrell & N.E.R.D Speak to Bebo

N*E*R*D get interviewed but Pharrell does most of the dumbing out.

Spotted at the BBC blog.


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14 Responses to “Video: Pharrell & N.E.R.D Speak to Bebo”

  1. j grilla Says:

    whats that on yo ipod
    tell me what u listenin to

  2. ODEMIC Says:

    they should change their name from N.E.R.D. to M.U.R.S.E….

  3. Eastern_Digital Says:

    i always thought that it is weird that Jay dropped his weakest albums(according to the masses) when he was in his prime

    Vol.3
    Dynasty

  4. Nanyanen Says:

    THE-XFACTA Says:

    July 4th, 2008 at 2:41 pm
    LF: I challenge any of you niggas/crackers to battle me right now! Get your fucking cardboard boxes, cause can’t no nigga out windmill me.. Fuck that!

    P.S. All orientals are disqualified. Those bastards took our shit and ran with it!

    ^^nah, mayne. Once you see a skinny spanish kid doing air-tracks like he was born to do it, you realize latinos run b-boying. Generally speaking, Asians copy VERY well, but that’s not innovation.

    smh @ orientals, like they rugs or somefin…

  5. b-ease Says:

    Eastern_Digital Says:

    July 4th, 2008 at 3:38 pm
    i always thought that it is weird that Jay dropped his weakest albums(according to the masses) when he was in his prime

    Vol.3
    Dynasty

    ^^
    That’s only because Jay was such in his prime at that state, that it was acceptable to shit on everything he did no matter how dope it was. Jay’ s prime started with Hard Knock Life and ended with Blueprint, two of the greatest hiphop albums ever.

    Vol. 3 was Jay murdering traditional East coast rap (he even does it symbolically on track.12) and introducing the world to Southern Rap (UGK guest appr, later verse on “Ha” remix), Dynasty was a Roc-A-Fella album that they added three tracks to and added Jay’s name on to make it marketable. The bottom line is, in three years, Jay introduced Southern rap to the masses (for better or worse), established Beanie Sigel as the next great and Scarface as an underrated one, and set forth a template to make hiphop albums that cats would follow for the next decade, effectively replacing Life After Death, as the true “blueprint”. Vol 3 is damn near classic and Dynasty is better than it had any right to be. These album’s are bookended by HDK and BP, effectively marking this as Hov’s prime.

    *pops top of Budweiser*

  6. Jesse Says:

    sponge bob on his shirt lookin boy

  7. D_Block_4_life Says:

    *pops top of Budweiser*
    ^^^
    Heiniken>>>

  8. b-ease Says:

    Heiniken>>>

    ^
    better than Budweiser? Yes. Overrated like Ras Kass? Yes.

  9. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Jay’ s prime started with Hard Knock Life and ended with Blueprint,
    ^^^^
    Ok ease granted alot of songs on BP2 shouldnt of been on there but the Curse was Blueprint 1 material fam….BP2.1 should of been BP2, also the Black album was immaculate…his prime ended with Black IMO….

    PS: he still better then 96% of the rappers

  10. D_Block_4_life Says:

    You have to be over 35 to drink Bud, lol

  11. D_Block_4_life Says:

    Meet The parents
    Some people Hate
    Blueprint 2 (nas Diss)
    Show You How
    Gun & Roses
    Diamond is forever
    I Did It My Way
    Some How Some Way

    He was def in his prime when he made those joints!

    “Who knew that would be his last shot, who drew up that play
    They giveth and they taketh life is cruel that way
    But even a broken clock is right at least two times a day”

  12. ODEMIC Says:

    Meet The parents is one of my go-to tracks when i just need to chill off into that zone…

  13. nunya bizness Says:

    “Who’s your daddy?” LOL!

    Still mad at him for dissing my favorite MC with “Raspy Sh!t” on his solo disc.

  14. Fidel Cashflow Says:

    ^^^ that pharrell in my mind album VERY underrated…. beats were CRAZY….

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