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Audio: Joe Budden on Yung Berg Chain Fuckery

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Joey speaks with Angela Yee about the whole Yung Berg chain snatch incident.

Hilarity ensues.

Joe Budden on Yung Berg Chain Fuckery

You can check the whole interview over at SmartenUpGnoz


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30 Responses to “Audio: Joe Budden on Yung Berg Chain Fuckery”

  1. ezalb22 Says:

    budden couldn’t even afford that chain.

  2. D. Billz Says:

    This gotta be interesting…

  3. Skilla Says:

    JEMS!!! lol

  4. gudo Says:

    whatup, nah right?

  5. dirk Says:

    Why promote negativity while there are site’s posting positive things? I don’t get these bloggers!

    as a visitor I say ya’ll wrong bra!

  6. rex hussla Says:

    AllHipHop.com: So what would you say to new lyricists are artists trying to make it?
    GZA: Be original. Don’t rhyme about what everyone else rhymes about, and if you are, try to rhyme about it in a different way. Do it in a way that will make cats say, “Wow….I didn’t know he was even speaking on that.” Craft it in a way where it will be respected and be there for the long term. Do you and be different.

    When I’m around I give the new rappers advice. The main thing I do is try to take them out their zone. Ask the average MC to write a rhyme but set it in the 17th century – they’re f**ked up. “What? I can’t talk about my Maybach?! I can’t speak about rims and bitches?!” They’re stuck. That’s how you test them and see their real lyrical abilities. No money, no cars, no blackcards…can you write about being in a room with nothing in it? Just the four walls? Where does your mind go now? A lot of MC’s nowadays just write what they see and not what they think. Half these rap lyrics ain’t thought provoked/just a lot of beef until they get caught and smoked.

  7. rex hussla Says:

    AllHipHop.com: You’ve been vocal lately on your criticism of certain people in the industry. After the YouTube video came out where you spoke on Soulja Boy and 50 Cent what made you retract the statement about Soulja Boy?

    GZA: Oh, I never retracted my statement on Soulja Boy. He may have taken it a certain way, and I did feed into some of the stuff people were saying, but let’s get a few things clear. On the clip, someone in the crowd said Soulja Boy and 50 Cent suck d**k. I never said that…I don’t talk all that “suck my d**k s**t” on wax or in person. Me and my brothers don’t talk like that. A couple of bloggers twisted it up and I cleared up the situation. I said homeboy don’t got lyrics. I was sober. This dude don’t got lyrics. I didn’t say screw Soulja Boy. I have a son your age so I’m not knocking you. You got a hot ringtone, but when I think about cats like Special Ed… I wasn’t getting at him or saying he f**ked up Hip-Hop, but I know 16 year olds that could lyrically run circles around him.

    There are cats around now that came out around that age like LL Cool J or MC Lyte. At 16 years old, me, Dirty, and RZA where terrorists on the mike. Kool G Rap was that young. Imagine KRS-One at that age. Look at Nas. Nas was 17 when Illmatic came out and that album was recorded the year before. I can’t let people tell me age is an excuse for him not being lyrical. He produced his own song and it was cool but at the show that night I said how I felt. I mean, you’re not going to see that many GZA fans at a Soulja Boy or 50 Cent concert just like their fans wouldn’t be at my concert. I don’t expect it. I wasn’t coming at him because I’m not going to go at a young dude like that. I just voiced my opinion. If he’s going to be in this game he has to learn how to take the good with the bad. You might have a million Soulja Boy fans saying, F**k GZA. He can’t rap.” Just because I disagree? Whatever.

  8. rex hussla Says:

    AllHipHop.com: Nowadays you don’t hear too many artists that speak about researching their subject matter or taking a few days to write a song. Most of them say “I don’t write down my lyrics.”

    GZA: And you can tell. It’s like when you’re reading an article you can tell if the writer cared about the subject or not. When you listen to lyrics you can get a sense of how much effort the artist put into it. I could sit here and say – “On the interview/laying on the bed/T.V. on/thoughts in my head/look out the window/bird fly by/turn up the stereo/track sounds fly. That’s what rap is nowadays.” It’s A-B-C rap.

  9. Iceberg Slimm Says:

    rex hussla Says:

    September 3rd, 2008 at 6:10 pm
    AllHipHop.com: So what would you say to new lyricists are artists trying to make it?
    GZA: Be original. Don’t rhyme about what everyone else rhymes about, and if you are, try to rhyme about it in a different way. Do it in a way that will make cats say, “Wow….I didn’t know he was even speaking on that.” Craft it in a way where it will be respected and be there for the long term. Do you and be different.

    When I’m around I give the new rappers advice. The main thing I do is try to take them out their zone. Ask the average MC to write a rhyme but set it in the 17th century – they’re f**ked up. “What? I can’t talk about my Maybach?! I can’t speak about rims and bitches?!” They’re stuck. That’s how you test them and see their real lyrical abilities. No money, no cars, no blackcards…can you write about being in a room with nothing in it? Just the four walls? Where does your mind go now? A lot of MC’s nowadays just write what they see and not what they think. Half these rap lyrics ain’t thought provoked/just a lot of beef until they get caught and smoked.
    ——————————
    Don’t nobody wanna hear that deep shit!
    *Gets silly to “Marco Polo”*

  10. rex hussla Says:

    Sources: Chalmers, Arthur caught with marijuana at rookie camp

    March Madness heroes Mario Chalmers and Darrell Arthur were thrown out of the NBA’s rookie transition program on Wednesday morning after being caught in their hotel room with marijuana and women, according to several sources.

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHH!!!! (C) Crazy88

  11. rex hussla Says:

    I feel bad for the square that had to go in and bust those dudes…I would have told to just pass some of both my way and I won’t say a word

  12. D. Billz Says:

    “Which Transformer is it? Emoticon?”

    *ghostrides Bumble Bee* (pause)

  13. Iceberg Slimm Says:

    rex hussla Says:

    September 3rd, 2008 at 6:20 pm
    Sources: Chalmers, Arthur caught with marijuana at rookie camp

    March Madness heroes Mario Chalmers and Darrell Arthur were thrown out of the NBA’s rookie transition program on Wednesday morning after being caught in their hotel room with marijuana and women, according to several sources.

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHH!!!! (C) Crazy88
    ————————-
    We still the Nat Champs. ROCK CHALK JAYHAWKS!!!!

  14. gr3um5 Says:

    BERG > BUDDEN

  15. E-Dub Says:

    Angela Yee would get the business.

  16. eskay Says:

    >>Why promote negativity while there are site’s posting positive things? I don’t get these bloggers!

    eat a dick.

  17. Geeky Fresh Says:

    Thats what happens when talk shit about them “dark butts”

  18. gr3um5 Says:

    B … equal …B
    E before the U
    R D
    G D
    E
    N

    So Berg > Budd

    the dictionnary way… yall need!
    word.
    by all dict necessary

  19. All Day Every Day Says:

    >>Why promote negativity while there are site’s posting positive things? I don’t get these bloggers!

    eat a dick.

    ^^^^^^
    Lmaooooo@Eskay smh nukkas in comments section

    comment section > posts

  20. +1 Says:

    ^you are a fag, go sucks young bigger’s

  21. gr3um5 Says:

    LOL

    2
    The Game
    LAX
    238,382 239,154

    6
    Lil Wayne
    Tha Carter III
    54,041 2,316,075

    9
    Solange
    Sol Angel &The Hadley St. Dreams
    46,281 46,305

    12
    Rihanna
    Good Girl Gone Bad
    37,345 1,713,350

    14
    Ice Cube
    Raw Footage
    30,337 100,104

    36
    Nas
    untitled
    12,274 362,525

    44
    Plies
    Definition of Real
    10,615 480,253

    48
    M.I.A
    Kala 9,237 292,278

    51
    David Banner
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    9,145 132,930

    73
    V.I.C
    Beast
    7,077 7,090

  22. NotU Says:

    eskay Says:

    September 3rd, 2008 at 6:49 pm
    >>Why promote negativity while there are site’s posting positive things? I don’t get these bloggers!

    eat a dick.

    ^
    *wakes up early tomorrow*

    *dies a day ahead*

  23. NotU Says:

    *dies a day early*

  24. eskay Says:

    negativity > positivity

  25. gr3um5 Says:

    game gold in three week
    plies gold wit two weeks more
    cube in indie iz cool
    nas world wide iz 411k so it’s possible for gold
    need a new single video soon
    wayne 3 millie ! which is the next commercial single ?

  26. gr3um5 Says:

    no itw of yungberg after that ???
    he’s affraid …
    in hospital ?

  27. Chuck_You Says:

    J. Rawls presents The Liquid Crystal Project: Digital Funky

    http://www.vimeo.com/1654875

    You heard this track on Phonte’s last (Ep. 7) Gordon Gartrell podcast.

    TheShow
    Episode 7
    Bernie Mac Intro

    J Rawls presents the Liquid Crystal Project “Digital Funky”

    Daru & Reggie B “Good Love”
    A Tribe Called Quest “Keepin’ It Movin”
    Grooveman Spot “Benzaiten Love” (DJ Mitsu The Be

  28. fuckyall Says:

    nas only got 411k? damn shame

  29. Leojbomb Says:

    ^yeah, fuKKedddd up

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