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Statik Selektah ft. Cassidy, Saigon, & Termanology – To The Top (Stick 2 The Script)

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Off Stick 2 The Script, in stores Stick To The Script out this November.

Statik Selektah ft. Cassidy, Saigon, & Termanology – To The Top (Stick 2 The Script)

Big props to Dan Green.


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50 Responses to “Statik Selektah ft. Cassidy, Saigon, & Termanology – To The Top (Stick 2 The Script)”

  1. sleep Says:

    I just want to apologize to my 19 year old side chick for coming in her hand and make her rub it into her face like face cream that was wrong I would never ask wifey to do some shit like that

  2. blaze22 Says:

    hahahah oh shit

  3. lurker Says:

    back then hoes didnt want me, now im hot hoes allll on me

    *repeats till death*

    mike jooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooones

  4. Strongchef Says:

    *leaves comment section*

  5. lurker Says:

    niggas need to stop twittering.

  6. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Like I wanted to hate Big because I believed everything Pac said at the time, (my parents lost) but the nigga was just so, He was that dude. He never had one wack verse. Not one.

    ^^Absolut Truth.

  7. lurker Says:

    BIG is the goat and hes never had any wack verses. just some really homo verses.

  8. EnglandRepresent Says:

    ^^You’re homo

  9. lurker Says:

    *shits on engrep*

  10. yeah me 2 Says:

    Fuck big…n/h

    Jay>Big

  11. lurker Says:

    with whiskers like a rat, compared to beans you wack

  12. EnglandRepresent Says:

    *shits on engrep*

    ^^*shimmys to the left*

    *watches shit hit Yeah Me 2*

    Dickhead.

    Big > ____

  13. yeah me 2 Says:

    Roc-a-wear > Brooklyn Mint

  14. yeah me 2 Says:

    Its like this….

    Jay>Everybody
    Nas = Big
    All 3 > Pac

    Plain and simple

  15. trillmatic Says:

    this shit is pretty hot.

  16. yeah me 2 Says:

    Buying pussy and gettin tossed in the bing for sex > Arguing wit Biggie’s food carrier England Rep

  17. trillmatic Says:

    hey anyone have the link to that termanology song that he did over the jay prelude beat, it would be much appreciated if you could hook me up.

  18. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Looking like a diseased poo > being Yeah Me 2

  19. EnglandRepresent Says:

    You got issues Yeah Me 2. My opinion is fact. And that’s science.

  20. blaze22 Says:

    Tupac was too smart for most people on here. So, it is no surprise he gets no love on Nahright.

    I remember Marvin Gaye, used to sing ta me
    He had me feelin like black was tha thing to be
    And suddenly tha ghetto didn’t seem so tough
    And though we had it rough, we always had enough
    I huffed and puffed about my curfew and broke the rules
    Ran with the local crew, and had a smoke or two
    And I realize momma really paid the price
    She nearly gave her life, to raise me right
    And all I had ta give her was my pipe dream
    Of how I’d rock the mic, and make it to tha bright screen
    I’m tryin to make a dollar out of fifteen cents
    It’s hard to be legit and still pay tha rent
    And in the end it seems I’m headin for tha pen
    I try and find my friends, but they’re blowin in the wind
    Last night my buddy lost his whole family
    It’s gonna take the man in me to conquer this insanity
    It seems tha rain’ll never let up
    I try to keep my head up, and still keep from gettin wet up
    You know it’s funny when it rains it pours
    They got money for wars, but can’t feed the poor
    Say there ain’t no hope for the youth and the truth is
    it ain’t no hope for tha future

  21. kardee Says:

    say word pac woulda been a “conscious rapper” if he was still alive/not in cuba drinkin pina coladas…thing is nahggers would prolly be on here talkin bout how hes contradictory

  22. lurker Says:

    pock>pac

  23. O BLicky Bama Says:

    fuck 2 pac

    fuck Obama

    fuck that

  24. sleep Says:

    Obama»»mlk

    *straight face**

    Damm I could keep my straight face for 10 second.

  25. Nanyanen Says:

    cant beleev people would challenge big n pac’s status as GOATs. People bitch about youngbloods having no respect for real hiphop butlook at our own generation. depressing…

    *mixes prozac into Lucky Charms*

    *walks it out*

  26. RIGZ Says:

    Ransom is fucking ill man

    This bredah needs more respect

  27. Joe 88 Says:

    ^Co-sign

  28. RIGZ Says:

    This tunes ill too

  29. Plug Says:

    *daydreams about vacation next week*

  30. digital scales Says:

    they said hip hop dead

    she ran to the south

    put a gun to her head

    she ran to new orleans, and she turned to a fiend

    all she do is pop pills, sniff coke and drink lean

  31. Plug Says:

    OH LAWD!!!!! I FORGOT MY IPOD!!!!!! NOW I WILL ACTUALLY HAVE TO LISTEN TO PEOPLE!!!!

    *crys*

  32. cOLD Says:

    is anyone else starting to notice theres an upswing of revolutionary music begining to balance out the culture. The giant has been laying dormantfor years but now I feel a movment has been sparked. Its been bubbling for some time and now its surfacing. If anyone is questioning the direction of Hip Hop, yea that hipster shit is making its rounds, but best believe we are in for some real political gangsta gangsta marxist shit.

  33. Plug Says:

    is anyone else starting to notice theres an upswing of revolutionary music begining to balance out the culture. The giant has been laying dormantfor years but now I feel a movment has been sparked. Its been bubbling for some time and now its surfacing. If anyone is questioning the direction of Hip Hop, yea that hipster shit is making its rounds, but best believe we are in for some real political gangsta gangsta marxist shit.
    ——–
    Im sure Chuck D and Kris Parker are happy

  34. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Sly Fox> ________

    cOLD, Plug, Digital, Rigz, Joe…*daps and hugs*

  35. Joe 88 Says:

    What up nahggers

  36. landLORD Says:

    cOLD Says:

    July 11th, 2008 at 8:59 am
    is anyone else starting to notice theres an upswing of revolutionary music begining to balance out the culture.

    ————-

    … yeah, but its usually the same people … and they still dont get any real national attention … if it wasnt for nahright and the other internet outlets, no one would hear of them … Bammas are still getting all the attention and sales …

  37. digital scales Says:

    lets be real tho, you’re gonna become a rapper to start up a revolution?

    you cant walk into a room, talk that hate shit, then walk out the room and expect people to walk with you….

    even if you spit the truth, what have you Done first, then talk to me about that, and talk to me how to become a part of it…

    dont say we need to do this and we need to do that…you need to do this you need to do that….

    i think alot of this militant shit is fake, maybe some really do want a change, but rather talk about it on wax, like hip hop is still that strong voice

  38. cOLD Says:

    Im sure Chuck D and Kris Parker are happy

    ^…check it, the prediction is as momentum is building, these niggas are necessary to push the barrel over the hill. They will get more involved musically and that will be the added push. Not that they’re not involved now, but timing is everything. Right now they are unheard.

    This is prophecy

  39. digital scales Says:

    daps nahggas old and new

  40. ian Says:

    It’s some whiney mad rapper sh-t but I like this…..

  41. cOLD Says:

    i think alot of this militant shit is fake, maybe some really do want a change, but rather talk about it on wax, like hip hop is still that strong voice

    ^good point digi, of course be real with yours, if that isnt your core, then no spit whats in your heart. If its real its gonna be felt anyway. But for some people who are not in that chamber, they need to hear shit that feeds their souls. Shit that makes them want to unify and build communities. No I dont expect rappers to be our voice our saviours I can do that myself. But a little inspiration never hurt nothing or knowing people have the same view.

  42. RIGZ Says:

    Co-Sign Digi…

    “Cos its trendy to be the the conscious MC, but who knows next year what we’ll see…”

    People need to stop sleeping on Streets Disciple. Nas dropped alot of jewels on that shit…half the shit he said happened this year

    “…Rappers battling non-rappers, carrying on backwards
    Laughing saying Nas thinks he Farrakhan preaching blackness
    Hell yeah, awareness is my alias…”

    ^Pre-conceived Minority Report shots fired??

  43. cOLD Says:

    … yeah, but its usually the same people … and they still dont get any real national attention … if it wasnt for nahright and the other internet outlets, no one would hear of them … Bammas are still getting all the attention and sales …

    ^what up Land, … those Bammas are instrumental and necessary. Without them Hip Hop wouldnt have been brought to its knees. It needed to be destroyed analyzed now rebuilt.

  44. cOLD Says:

    ^Pre-conceived Minority Report shots fired??

    ^reach.com

  45. digital scales Says:

    cOLD Says:

    July 11th, 2008 at 9:12 am
    i think alot of this militant shit is fake, maybe some really do want a change, but rather talk about it on wax, like hip hop is still that strong voice

    ^good point digi, of course be real with yours, if that isnt your core, then no spit whats in your heart. If its real its gonna be felt anyway. But for some people who are not in that chamber, they need to hear shit that feeds their souls. Shit that makes them want to unify and build communities. No I dont expect rappers to be our voice our saviours I can do that myself. But a little inspiration never hurt nothing or knowing people have the same view.
    ^^^
    at one time it was…i remember loving every queens rapper cause i was from queens, and they was talking about spots i be on and places iv been, nah mean the feeling was crazy…it was more than music it was a big deal…..it was crazy, and i remember back then you’d have to cop a mixtape to get shit that wasnt on the albums…maybe when the music became to available it killed it for me, its like i love gettiing head, but i honestly think that if i can push a button and get head anytime by any bitch for the rest of my life, i dont think id look at head the same…

  46. RIGZ Says:

    I aint talking about the SONG minority report lol

    Theres more to life & rap than Jay Vs Nas

  47. landLORD Says:

    cOLD says

    ^what up Land, … those Bammas are instrumental and necessary. Without them Hip Hop wouldnt have been brought to its knees. It needed to be destroyed analyzed now rebuilt.

    ————–

    … i see your point … sorta like burning rice fields each winter, after harvest … for the benefit of the next year’s crops …

  48. G7 Says:

    wha’gwan my yutes? *daps all*

  49. electrogremlinCS88 Says:

    Fuck it, why not.

    Amil – A Millie Freestyle

    ^^^
    GATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

  50. cOLD Says:

    at one time it was…i remember loving every queens rapper cause i was from queens, and they was talking about spots i be on and places iv been, nah mean the feeling was crazy…it was more than music it was a big deal…..it was crazy, and i remember back then you’d have to cop a mixtape to get shit that wasnt on the albums…maybe when the music became to available it killed it for me, its like i love gettiing head, but i honestly think that if i can push a button and get head anytime by any bitch for the rest of my life, i dont think id look at head the same…

    ^yea pretty much, I get what your saying its not as exciting because of the availability makes sense. That nostalgic feeling of the old we all miss. We are facing a crisis now with the World that needs to be addressed through music. For niggas who made it through that era of reckless gun and pussy talk. The niggas who done had seeds and see life for what it truely is, we are looking at life through a different lense. Thats why niggas get weeded out on Nah and shitted on if all you’re bringing is some happy go lucky hipster shit. The majority of niggas on Nah aint gelling well with that movement.

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