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Mickey Factz ft. Buckshot – Incredible

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Yessir. You probably thought it was over for this beat, but it’s really just starting.

Mickey Factz ft. Buckshot – Incredible


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47 Responses to “Mickey Factz ft. Buckshot – Incredible”

  1. Big Homie Says:

    Yo Crazy

    http://www.dccherryvideo.blogspot.com

  2. Joe 88 Says:

    smh

  3. Most_Incredible! Says:

    nice king stampede fitted

  4. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    WTF- they might remake Candyman, with Candyman as a white guy? SMH..

    Hear that? No, that’s not the sound of bees. It’s the buzz, buzz, buzzing of another remake. And this time it’s Bernard Rose’s Clive Barker adaptation Candyman.

    Shock learned today Sony and the rights holder to the film franchise – which has spanned three installments – are mulling over plans to resurrect the hook-handed, pimp coat wearin’ urban legend made famous by Tony Todd. It’s all “early talks” (I was told one idea was to make the titular killer a Caucasian fella) with no writer or director attached at this time.

    Candyman’s screen life – based on Barker’s short story The Forbidden – began in ’92 at Sony. He bounced from MGM then to Artisan for the sequels Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh and Candyman: Day of the Dead, respectively. The third chapter was released in ’99.

    The original film starred Virginia Madsen, Xander Berkeley and Kasi Lemmons.

    Some can balk that it’s too soon (or downright unnecessary) for a remake, but for Sony, it makes sense given the spate of remakes over the last five years dredging up revamped cinematic massacres featuring everyone from Leatherface, Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees to even Harry Warden. Candyman represents one established horror icon they have in their vaults they could potentially bank on (Richard Fenton from Prom Night is going to cut it).

    You almost knew it was coming. A Candyman remake was inevitable. The gears are in motion and we’ll keep you updated as we hear more.

    http://www.shocktillyoudrop.com/news/topnews.php?id=7351

  5. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    BUCKTOOOOWN!

  6. cOLD Says:

    yo big home nsfw ???

  7. PHOENIXXX Says:

    DX: [Laughs], It’s like a lion in a cage when it finally got out it goes mad it didn’t eat, so it goes crazy!

    40 Cal: Yeah, when you on a record label or part of a crew you got a choice. Like the Wu-Tang [Clan], this is my theory and I don’t want nobody to think I’m dissing them or no way. It’s about eight or nine members in the Wu-Tang, right?

    DX: Nine.

    40 Cal: You have the choice to be the Ghostface [click to read] dude or the Method Man dude that’s on the forefront that everybody knows or you can be Masta Killa or U-God. At the end of the day, they know you from the crew, but it’s like your barely there. You don’t really know that guy, every family and crew got that guy. I worked hard not to be the U-God [laughs], ya dig?

    …..Nobody wants to be the fifth Jackson member, I can’t even name all the Jacksons. You don’t want to be the Jackson where they have to go, “What’s your name?” You don’t want to go “U-God, my name is U-God.”

    ^^^^

    I cosign this statement. except I wouldn’t wanna be any member of Wu Tang.

  8. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    in that pic, Buc looks like he could be Rakim’s lil bruva (none)

  9. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Damn, 40 cal threw u-god under the bus…kinda deservedly so, though—even though 40 Cal prolly secretly WISHES he could attain U-god status; at least the average m’fukka has HEARD of U-God….

  10. PHOENIXXX Says:

    of course I purposely left out 40 Cal’s “I’m don’t mean no disrespect” disclaimer.

    cuz that wouldn’t be as funny

  11. D. Billz Says:

    I cosign this statement. except I wouldn’t wanna be any member of Wu Tang.

    ^ being U-God in the Wu > being the “star” of Bone Thugs

    lmao @ there being a “star”. None of them niggas shined individually.

  12. Joe 88 Says:

    Wu-Tang crew as a whole is different from any group ever (maybe except the beatles) in music, at one point everyone knew every member from the wu, EVERYONE, and everyone had favorites in the early 90’s (mine was ODB) there wasn’t really no front man in the wu, meth was for a while, but by time they started releasing the other solo projects, you had a choice of who to fuck with. So for 40 cal to say he don’t wanna be the u-god of the click is a bad example, he should’ve said he don’t wanna be the 40 cal of the group

  13. PHOENIXXX Says:

    oh wait it’s up there nvm

    tell Rza to give U-God his money, i know he reads this blog

  14. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    August 15th, 2008 at 12:35 pm
    of course I purposely left out 40 Cal’s “I’m don’t mean no disrespect” disclaimer.

    cuz that wouldn’t be as funny

    ***You left in “this is my theory and I don’t want nobody to think I’m dissing them or no way”

  15. D. Billz Says:

    he should’ve said he don’t wanna be the 40 cal of the group

    ^ *death by dishonor*

  16. D. Billz Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    August 15th, 2008 at 12:37 pm
    PHOENIXXX Says:

    August 15th, 2008 at 12:35 pm
    of course I purposely left out 40 Cal’s “I’m don’t mean no disrespect” disclaimer.

    cuz that wouldn’t be as funny

    ***You left in “this is my theory and I don’t want nobody to think I’m dissing them or no way”

    ^Lol & Smh. Smart-dumb niggas.

  17. foekist Says:

    Saying “everyone” once knew each of the members names in the Wu is a slight exhaggeration, but I know what you’re trying to say

  18. moresickaMC Says:

    I cant evn call the 100m, Usain Bolt is a beast…asafa powell still has potential

    this race has the potentail to be historic

  19. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    So for 40 cal to say he don’t wanna be the u-god of the click is a bad example, he should’ve said he don’t wanna be the 40 cal of the group

    **Exactly…I had to run down my mental rolodex/wikipedia to figure out who the fuck 40 cal even is…U-god is instant name recognition…what 40 did, would be like Jarobi from ATCQ talking shit about DJ Yella from NWA, back in the day…

  20. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    August 15th, 2008 at 12:36 pm

    I cosign this statement. except I wouldn’t wanna be any member of Wu Tang.

    ^ being U-God in the Wu > being the “star” of Bone Thugs

    lmao @ there being a “star”. None of them niggas shined individually.

    ^^^

    I henostly don’t know who U-God is. I just know he was recently in the news for playing hide and seek in his garage with Rza and snitching on him claiming Rza put money on his head and had niggas circling his crib.

    Bone>Wu

  21. Joe 88 Says:

    I henostly don’t know who U-God is.

    ^I’m not buying that, nigga you heard “triumph” ant the joint with him and ghost. What single have you heard 40 cal on?

  22. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    I henostly don’t know who U-God is.

    **yes, you do

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAi0K_QH1YU

    SMH @ you shitting on Wu, but idolizing a half dozen random niggs who harmonize and all have “bone” in their names. Ayo.

  23. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # foekist Says:
    August 15th, 2008 at 12:38 pm

    Saying “everyone” once knew each of the members names in the Wu is a slight exhaggeration, but I know what you’re trying to say

    ^^^

    sort of like saying there was no star in Bone Thugs

    but lies and exaggerations aren’t hard to spot these days

  24. green eyes Says:

    I henostly don’t know who U-God is.

    ^ did you just start listening to rap music last week? wtf

  25. foekist Says:

    As a midwestern nigga, I fucked w/ bone kinda heavy up to E 1999 eternal.

  26. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Hip Hop Math:

    Soulz of Mischief+Domino+Nate Dogg+Chip Fu= Bone Thugs

  27. green eyes Says:

    sort of like saying there was no star in Bone Thugs

    ^ there really wasnt, and i was a big bone fan (watch yourselves). but NONE of them were able to stand alone. they each brought something distinct to the group, but without the aggregate collective surrounding them, none of them really stood out.

  28. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    foekist Says:

    August 15th, 2008 at 12:46 pm
    As a midwestern nigga, I fucked w/ bone kinda heavy up to E 1999 eternal.

    ***Word…Up until Nelly dropped his first jawn…j/k, lol

  29. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    August 15th, 2008 at 12:43 pm

    I henostly don’t know who U-God is.

    ^I’m not buying that, nigga you heard “triumph” ant the joint with him and ghost. What single have you heard 40 cal on?

    ^^^

    I’m not a fan of 40 Cal but I heard one his Broken Safety album. it was alright. nothing I’d spend money on

    but no. I don’t know who U-God is. of course I probably heard his voice but I can’t tell Wu niggas apart aside from Ghost, Meth and Dirty.

    I’ve heard Triumph one time my whole life

  30. green eyes Says:

    # foekist Says:
    August 15th, 2008 at 12:46 pm

    As a midwestern nigga, I fucked w/ bone kinda heavy up to E 1999 eternal.

    ^ lmao.. you mean after the first album you said fuck it? whats good foe

  31. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    FOE! u Ol’SunNaMaBitch…lol. *daps*

  32. pockets Says:

    all i know is Cream is one of the best instrumentals ever, shit is magical

  33. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    they each brought something distinct to the group, but without the aggregate collective surrounding them, none of them really stood out.

    ***Co-sign..I can’t think of one of them BTH ninja’s solo projects, off the top, whereas in Wu, we have Dirty, Meth, Ghost/Rae, and GZA who have all been the most revered emcees in the game, or made classics, at some point- RZA was top 5 on the boards, at one point, too…Wu Tang was a hip hop dynasty…even the Wu affiliates outshined Bone…

  34. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # green eyes Says:
    August 15th, 2008 at 12:46 pm

    I henostly don’t know who U-God is.

    ^ did you just start listening to rap music last week? wtf

    ^^

    what impact has U-God had on hip hop that I should know of, aside from being 1/100th of a group of rappers and weedcarriers?

    and true, Bone is at their best during group projects. but everybody knew the light skinned nigga with the high pitched voice, so yes, if we talking stand out, there was one. plus with one platinum and gold album and like 10 other albums I wouldn’t care to listen to, he stood on his own.

  35. foekist Says:

    I was heavily into Wu tang however I know niggas that I would say have decent hip hop knowledge that I wouldn’t be surprised if they didn’t know who u god or masta killa was… Now if they didn’t know raekwon or gza, that’s another story… Well, maybe not so much gza, but…

  36. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    I’ve heard Triumph one time my whole life

    **Why even be on a hip hop site, then?….you need to get on some R&B shit (no Teddy P)…you should check out…..

    http://www.Nahnahnahgirldontleavemecuzthatain‘tright.com

  37. Joe 88 Says:

    I’ve heard Triumph one time my whole life

    ^I feel for you (n/h) I still don’t belive you, but w/e. You didn’t have cable in 97? No radio, nothing? Unless you just started listening to rap which I know you haven’t cause you fuck with bone, you heard triumph more than once. If you said you never heard of sunz of man or american cream team or something, I could relate, but U-God? Golden Arms? Naw, i’m not buying it, no disrespect. Are you from cleveland?

  38. pockets Says:

    for the record, RZA when not making beats is borderline idiot

  39. PHOENIXXX Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    August 15th, 2008 at 12:53 pm

    I’ve heard Triumph one time my whole life

    **Why even be on a hip hop site, then?

    ^^

    because Wu Tang is not where hip hop begins and ends.

  40. Brownsugart89110 Says:

    Dude said he is a little guy but his mouth is big???? yeah that is a line I never want to hear again

  41. pockets Says:

    back to RZA being an idiot, i was strolling around in barnes n noble and i was going through his book, this guy put chemistry formulas with captions like “oh this one, yea this ones be essentail for the soul, u feel?”

    “C-O-H

    Yea cuz cuz if u evens understand the language, u can relate this one is 4 da soul an old seventh sorcerer told me this once when i was a young Nebulon”

  42. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    August 15th, 2008 at 12:55 pm
    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    August 15th, 2008 at 12:53 pm

    I’ve heard Triumph one time my whole life

    **Why even be on a hip hop site, then?

    ^^

    because Wu Tang is not where hip hop begins and ends.

    ***But they’re a huge part of the story, especially what is considered “authentic” hip hop…being on a hip hop site and shitting on Wu while praising Bone is like being on a reggae site, talking about “maaaan, fuck Bob marley, that nigga Sean Kingston is where it’s at—-and if you wanna go furher back, nigga (none), you every heard “Red Red Wine” by UB40, my nigga?” (none)..You’re seriously playing yourself…

  43. hip hop cops Says:

    45 by my scrotum

  44. Joe 88 Says:

    what impact has U-God had on hip hop that I should know of, aside from being 1/100th of a group of rappers and weedcarriers?

    ^U-God impact was he was apart of a 100 man group, the best hip hop group ever, that is more than 40 cal would ever be. I like bone (n/h) but there best couldn’t fuck with Wu 2nd string niggas, & they was out around the same time, in the 90’s cappadonna would rip all of BT&H to shreads, If you don’t like the wu, just say it, but don’t lie to yourself & act like they wasn’t relevant around you, if they wasn’t then you & who you hung out with didn’t listen to hip hop.

    U-God’s yellow polo sweater > BT&H

    And I fucks with BT&H but they will tell you themself they aint on Wu tang level

  45. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    August 15th, 2008 at 12:54 pm

    I’ve heard Triumph one time my whole life

    ^I feel for you (n/h) I still don’t belive you, but w/e. You didn’t have cable in 97? No radio, nothing? Unless you just started listening to rap which I know you haven’t cause you fuck with bone, you heard triumph more than once. If you said you never heard of sunz of man or american cream team or something, I could relate, but U-God? Golden Arms? Naw, i’m not buying it, no disrespect. Are you from cleveland?

    ^^^

    nah, BX. I wasn’t listening to radio much in 97. grew up around hip hop, ATCQ, Nas and ONYX heavy around the crib but the first hip hop album to really impact me, that i knew the lyrics front to back was It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot.

    neither me nor anyone in my circle ever fucked with Wu aside from Method Man. I don’t even remember Wu ever having a hold on NY hip hop.

  46. oneblack Says:

    Why does Phoenix’s ignant comments about the Wu get approved, but I can never get on this board? What does it take

  47. A To The Kizzle Says:

    LOL @ 40 Cal getting all this attention. SMH

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