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Video: Donny Goines ft. Harlem’s Cash – Bars Segment 7

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  1. Iceberg Slim Says:

    mccain in 08

  2. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    got damnnnnnnn must be twoooooo sidessssss

  3. Iceberg Slim Says:

    joke…

  4. Ghost Writer Says:

    I’m not feeling that new T.I. track

  5. Latarian Milton Says:

    @ yaboy ur linkage game is ill today

    *reads article*

    from now on call me and fux Rom and Ori Brafman

    *adjusts yamaka*

    *buys las vegas…irrationally*

  6. Charles Oakley Says:

    Eminem – We As Americans
    zshare.net/audio/15489777cb0caef0/

    “I don’t rap for dead presidents, I’d rather see the President dead
    It’s never been said, but I set precedents”

    Method Man, Eminem & Royce Da 5’9″ – Whut the Beat
    zshare.net/audio/15489886c640e84c/

    “Now that Bush is President, nigga we all through”

    I bumped this song so hard when it first came out….

  7. CS88_rich_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    Hov in 08′

  8. yaboy Says:

    *daps Chea*

  9. Joe 88 Says:

    SMH @ a young nigga saying yesterday that wayne will never fall off. Now i’m a fan (sourt of) of his music, but I know it’s a trillie stupid mu’fukkas that think that also, that kinda makes me wanna see him fall off, just to see them say shit like “oh, I never really fucked with wayne, I grew my dreads because I thought they would look cool”

    Another thing dude said was, wayne popularity right now is higher than any rapper ever. I almost passed out, & he was 19, smh.

  10. yaboy Says:

    *goes to pick up Eddie Bauer delivery*
    *eats an apple*

  11. Latarian Milton Says:

    donny got that beat-down underground veteran swagger to where he’s trying to put people on other than himself b/c he knows his goose is cooked

  12. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    or the Washington subway passengers who ignored the performance of a virtuoso violinist because they perceived him as a street musician.

    ^^^ Real talk when I am downteezy and if a nigga is nice on the buckets, I will leave some money/change on GP. No yoked guy wants who wants to challenge me to pushups[||]

    *daps Isrealites and Brother Chea*

  13. Latarian Milton Says:

    wayne popularity right now is higher than any rapper ever

    ^

    eminem much?

  14. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    My name has Sway …… I got that Swaying ability ……..Nobody fucks with my Sway

  15. Iceberg Slim Says:

    D-san Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:32 pm
    you can’t tell me wayne hasn’t been getting mentioned everywhere since his last mixtape. Jay made like one or two songs the past couple of albums where he’s spitting something i wanna hear about. I shun rap that glamorizes drugs and murder, and ignorance. sorry.

    ^^^
    Yea u right hes really glamorizing the streets
    but your {falling} and you cant get up
    all you do is push up, pull up sit up
    lock down the town now belongs to the squares
    who said they won’t make the same mistakes that got you there
    and your arm candy sweet on ‘em and the woman
    that you left with is ever got a college degree coming
    bad news keeps coming hard to keep something on your stomache
    your sick ’bout what you life is be-coming

  16. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    Tupac isnt dead???????

  17. Ghost Writer Says:

    So I ain’t heard a peep out of G-unit since the numbers came out…..what’s the deal?

    I guess they don’t talk unless it’s album time……

  18. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    I dont smoke weed but my favorite weed song is Clipse’s Gangsta Lean……….*sings* HIT MEEEEEE

  19. Latarian Milton Says:

    when eminem was at his peak he was literally everywhere — radio, TV, name it

    his buzz was incredible, i never seen a rapper put a chokehold on the media like that

  20. nation Says:

    lol @ you bums who think you HAVE to have an opinion because Obama’s black. all of a sudden, everyone’s a political analyst on shit that’s not even politics

    *smokes with Maple leaves*

  21. Boosie Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    July 17th, 2008 at 12:31 pm

    SMH @ a young nigga saying yesterday that wayne will never fall off. Now i’m a fan (sourt of) of his music, but I know it’s a trillie stupid mu’fukkas that think that also, that kinda makes me wanna see him fall off, just to see them say shit like “oh, I never really fucked with wayne, I grew my dreads because I thought they would look cool”

    Another thing dude said was, wayne popularity right now is higher than any rapper ever. I almost passed out, & he was 19, smh.
    _________________________________________________________

    Joe,

    the kid is 19…you gotta cut him some slack…He never learned rap history or saw its primitive stages….He is basing it off of his experiences..

    We all know that EVERY single rapper falls off…thats the nature of the game…Just like Every Ball player can’t play ball forever….

    rap is like a B-ball career….the kids need to know that

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    wayne popularity right now is higher than any rapper ever

    ^

    eminem much?

    ^Exactly. Shorty either had no idea how big alot of rappers was before wayne, or just was concerend with what wayne is doing now.

  23. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Latarian Milton Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:38 pm
    when eminem was at his peak he was literally everywhere — radio, TV, name it

    his buzz was incredible, i never seen a rapper put a chokehold on the media like that

    ^^

    see elvis presly..it always happne, when one of there own does what so many blacks hav done b4

  24. CS88_rich_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    *daps Boosie* …good point.

  25. nation Says:

    because Obama’s black

    ^ theoretically speaking

    *looks for a swedish bitch that he can put his sperm in*

  26. Dem Says:

    Exactly. Shorty either had no idea how big alot of rappers was before wayne, or just was concerend with what wayne is doing now.

    ^ tunnel vision. hip hop suffers from this overall.

  27. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Latarian Milton Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:38 pm
    when eminem was at his peak he was literally everywhere — radio, TV, name it

    his buzz was incredible, i never seen a rapper put a chokehold on the media like that

    ^^^

    p.s eminem taken off all these years proves how hard to drop an album every year in hip hop is and to keep sane, Jay stays consistent like no one before or past…dont say LL or anyone else

  28. Boosie Says:

    as far as popularity…..in hip-hop history.

    Eminem
    50 cent
    jay
    wayne
    kanye west
    Run DMC
    Hammer
    Snoop
    vanilla ice
    Diddy
    others

  29. Latarian Milton Says:

    schindler’s list > boosie’s lists

  30. Boosie Says:

    popularity continued

    wu
    ll cool j
    beastie boys

  31. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    I aint political and never will be ….. shit put a stranglehold on My pops family in iraq ……and I dont front like Obama going to do much in office. But if his presence as a black man in charge of the ‘most powerful’ country in the world, doesnt do something for black americans and minorities alike (regardless of what he does once he is in office), than nothing can be done to motivate, inspire and galvanize our people to do anything.

  32. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Boosie Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:41 pm
    as far as popularity…..in hip-hop history.

    Eminem
    50 cent
    jay
    wayne
    kanye west
    Run DMC
    Hammer
    Snoop
    vanilla ice
    Diddy
    others

    ^^^

    disagree with m&m, yes he was very popular in main stream media, but all the other artist listed crossed over to pop culture, when they were from the streets…m&m nvr had the streets on lock, nvr, he was just a crazy white boy dissing his mom

  33. Big Homie Says:

    Sorry for the random post, but I cant stand fake bitches. I want to slap one right now lol

  34. Nanyanen Says:

    *blogs from the perspective of Donny Goines*

    *goes to nah* ‘Yes!!!! eskay is posting my muzak!’

    *wonders what the reaction is w nahgers*

    *reads thread*

    *cries himself to sleep*

  35. Boosie Says:

    # Latarian Milton Says:
    July 17th, 2008 at 12:43 pm

    schindler’s list > boosie’s lists
    ______________________________________________

    I would have to co-sign this…..schindlers list is a poweful movie….I try to watch that movie every few months….this is one of the greatest movies of all time.

  36. Joe 88 Says:

    @ Boosie/jud/jakk/enon

    I wasn’t tryna lecture him on hip hop history, or nothing like that, I was tryna tell him to use common sence, he was around when g-unit was at it’s peak, & he seen what happen to them, why would he think it couldn’t happen to wayne? Truthfully at 19 I never thought jay was gonna fall off, & I was right, he didn’t fall off, nowhere near it, but he isnt as popular as he was at his peak. (n/h)

    LF: The way people speak down on ja rule is ridiculous

  37. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    longevity/consistency is a reason the Camel and NaS are 1a and 1b in GOAT status, No Disrespect to Pac and Biggie

  38. sleep Says:

    Has anybody heard from curtis since the dissappionting record sales I know he loves talking about everyone else record sales

  39. Joe 88 Says:

    disagree with m&m, yes he was very popular in main stream media, but all the other artist listed crossed over to pop culture, when they were from the streets…m&m nvr had the streets on lock, nvr, he was just a crazy white boy dissing his mom

    ^Co-sign. He never had the streets on lock, but he had a few street niggas rocking with him, so that’s a accomplishment within itself

  40. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:45 pm
    but he isnt as popular as he was at his peak. (n/h)

    ^^^^

    blank stare. see Glastonbury and world sold out tour…

  41. Boosie Says:

    disagree with m&m, yes he was very popular in main stream media, but all the other artist listed crossed over to pop culture, when they were from the streets…m&m nvr had the streets on lock, nvr, he was just a crazy white boy dissing his mom
    _________________________________________________________

    Em started from the streets too…..plenty of black dudes fucked with eminem and street niggas too….it’s jus that it became corny when whitefolks started saying Eminem was the best rapper ever and alive…

    But em used to battle hard in the streets….it’s just the mainstream (white cosigners) fucked it up for everybody.

  42. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    I have this friend who is a lawyer and in the first two to three weeks of his job, he made sure to create the impression that he was a hard worker. He was the first in and the last to leave. He would not get up from his desk and didn’t take personal calls. He barely got up to use the bathroom. By the end of the first month, he started to relax, took longer lunches and what’s interesting is that no one noticed. They always attributed that initial value — hard worker — to him. He’s going on seven years and still has that reputation.

    ^^^^^Chea is this you??? ol lurked on Nah while you worked hard for a bit and then just started to go on in

  43. CS88_rich_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    sleep Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:47 pm
    Has anybody heard from curtis since the dissappionting record sales I know he loves talking about everyone else record sales

    ^^^
    lol.

  44. Latarian Milton Says:

    to say the streets didn’t feel eminem is ignint. ok maybe “hi kids!” was a little white-bread but he had some shtreet bangers (c) the joint he did on the posthumous biggie CD

  45. Iceberg Slim Says:

    sleep Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:47 pm
    Has anybody heard from curtis since the dissappionting record sales I know he loves talking about everyone else record sales

    ^^^

    Prob. chillin with nia long in a 15 mil dollar mansion, enjoying his life

  46. Boosie Says:

    # Iceberg Slim Says:
    July 17th, 2008 at 12:48 pm

    Joe 88 Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:45 pm
    but he isnt as popular as he was at his peak. (n/h)

    ^^^^

    blank stare. see Glastonbury and world sold out tour…
    _____________________________________________________________

    jay is popular on a different level as far as venture deals and sports related business dealings….

    Basically jay is more popular now because of his philanthropy and his relationship to beyonce….jay is not as popular with his music, cause he is not really making music like he did back in the day…

    It’s more of a dichotomy with jay’s popularity…he’s more Cnn/ Espn/New york times popluar….not XXl/bet/mtv popular.

  47. digital scales Says:

    other countries getting pissed
    cryin foul to the o-fish
    we got dwanye in the back court
    dwight dunkin like he wanna break the back board
    china purerto rico
    why you even coming back for
    we getting gold this year

  48. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Latarian Milton Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:50 pm
    to say the streets didn’t feel eminem is ignint. ok maybe “hi kids!” was a little white-bread but he had some shtreet bangers (c) the joint he did on the posthumous biggie CD

    ^^^

    man no one in the majority was feelin m&m in the streets, are u crazy, dont be naive, m&m nvr had the streetsl like big,jayz, nad, tupac, dmx ever had them and i mean never..

  49. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    No white rapper hate but in and around my circle of people eminem was given props but never did he have anything on lock(i consider us street) and I have never rode with a homie who blasted his shit in the whip, No Renegade

  50. Nanyanen Says:

    Latarian Milton Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:50 pm
    to say the streets didn’t feel eminem is ignint. ok maybe “hi kids!” was a little white-bread but he had some shtreet bangers (c) the joint he did on the posthumous biggie CD

    ^^ dead wrong rmx

  51. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Boosie Says:

    But em used to battle hard in the streets….it’s just the mainstream (white cosigners) fucked it up for everybody.

    ^^^
    m&m had the backpackers but never the streets
    I hate backpackers…se ja rule when hov refused to tour with him

  52. Hatrick Swayze Says:

    Word Jay’s music is being heard on a much larger scale, How the fuck he going to do Glastenbury and then a day after 99Problems shoots up to the top single sales in the UK, Like those mothafucka’s didnt know or cop the Black Album… That in and of itself shows his reach now

  53. Joe 88 Says:

    blank stare. see Glastonbury and world sold out tour…

    ^You know what I mean. When jay was at his blueprint stage/black album stage, no other rapper was even mentioned, jay was the hottest, when you need your first single to get off the ground, who you call for that guest spot? His cameo in your video would’ve made you popular. Nowadays wayne is that dude, Jay was on rhianna biggest hit, & he’s never mentioned with the song, they don’t say nothing about jay, just rhi rhi. Jay is still popular, but wayne is more popular

  54. Nanyanen Says:

    Hatrick Swayze Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:52 pm
    No white rapper hate but in and around my circle of people eminem was given props but never did he have anything on lock(i consider us street) and I have never rode with a homie who blasted his shit in the whip, No Renegade

    ^^
    thats true except for The Chronic 2001… That shit went hard in the streets and featured Em on two big tracks

  55. eskay Says:

    lol @ these bitches on the View talking about the N-Bomb

    http://tinyurl.com/6mknqh

  56. Boosie Says:

    Eminem didn’t have the streets on lock like a biggie, wayne or Jay…..but Niggas fucked with him……the streets love for eminem was exacerbated by the college girls love for em……

    It’s hard for a white rapper to just have the streets on lock…i.e. style/swag/rhymes….but he was popular and niggas fucked with his music….But we never really got to see what type of love he was getting from the streets because the mainstream had usurped it.

  57. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Hatrick Swayze Says:

    July 17th, 2008 at 12:52 pm
    No white rapper hate but in and around my circle of people eminem was given props but never did he have anything on lock(i consider us street) and I have never rode with a homie who blasted his shit in the whip, No Renegade

    ^^^

    BIG CO SIGN…I NVR SEEN DUDES JUST POSTED UP OUTSIDE THE CLUB IN THE WHIP JAMMIN M&M GTFOH

  58. Latarian Milton Says:

    Chea is this you??? ol lurked on Nah while you worked hard for a bit and then just started to go on in

    ^

    duece fever IS’s, fully loaded — ha ha, YES (c) camel

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