Don’t Watch Me, Watch TV

The Movement – Dropping Out

LGP ft. Craig G – Sick Day

Boaz – Art of Storytelling 2008 Freestyle

AP: Where I’m From

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12 Responses to “Don’t Watch Me, Watch TV”

  1. Joe 88 Says:

    *Does the ratchet*

  2. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    *bumps Krondon*

  3. CS88_rich_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:


  4. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Sean Coonery Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 1:16 pm
    street nigga = raised in a single mother household, wears du-rags, timbs and baggy jeans, smokes piff, cut class and spent most of his time at the basketball court



  5. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    Culture Shock! Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 1:22 pm
    SMH @ niggas saying Em wasn’t respected by the “hood.”


  6. eskay Says:

    >>But then again the Eastcoast always trumpted rhymes over beats….

    basically. trust me dog, niggas was in their civic hatchbacks with the extra treble bumping Em and Big L all day.

  7. Boosie Says:

    Niggas bumped the marshall mathers and slim shady LP only….after that not too much was being bumped by the hood.

  8. Big Homie Says:


  9. Boosie Says:


    when are you gonna post some pittsburgh slim? dude is better than asher roth.

  10. Joe 88 Says:

    But then again the Eastcoast always trumpted rhymes over beats….

    ^It’s 50-50 wit me, I might wanna bump some shit cause bitches can hear it & start dancing to it when I circle the club, but other times I might rock Big pun like fuck it, this is what I wanna hear very loud

    What ya gonna do when pun come

  11. Boosie Says:

    South always favored dancing over beats and rhymes….
    east coast is lyrically oriented
    cali is laid back ride to the beat g-funk music…

    Doesn’t make one style better than the other….it’s just music…

    the analytically, linear flow of New York just ran its course…and prolly will cycle back if hip-hop still lives on…Now its just back to the old ways of hip-hop having fun and dancing, only in a southern form….

    Hip-hop took on a sensate form but then it repressed it, now its back to a sensate form.

  12. Culture Shock! Says:

    Dancehall and Soca >>>>> Crappy southern ‘dance’ hip-hop.

    The women know how to work their hips better.

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