Video: DJ Revolution King of The Decks Episodes 1 & 2

I remember watching part 1, but for some reason I never got around to posting it. So here it is with part 2 after the jump. Revolution gives some good commentary and breaks down what you can expect from his new album.



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29 Responses to “Video: DJ Revolution King of The Decks Episodes 1 & 2”

  1. Joe 88 Says:

    Boo-ya-ka-shot (c) Dr Dre “Keep the heads ringing”

  2. BabyDoll Says:

    *e-mails Jesus, cc’s Moses, forwards to Allah*

  3. foekist Says:

    BabyDoll Says:

    September 15th, 2008 at 4:59 pm
    eskay Says:

    September 15th, 2008 at 4:55 pm
    >>youtube.com/watch?v=cNBnKjfqG-M

    this is why we will never be taken seriously.

    ^why is dude so adimant about “proving” this?

    $$

    to his credit, he speaks on more than just Jayz, he speaks on exposing the illuminati as a whole.

    Big Homie, thanks for the bday wishiz

  4. BabyDoll Says:

    foekist Says:

    September 15th, 2008 at 5:01 pm
    BabyDoll Says:

    September 15th, 2008 at 4:59 pm
    eskay Says:

    September 15th, 2008 at 4:55 pm
    >>youtube.com/watch?v=cNBnKjfqG-M

    this is why we will never be taken seriously.

    ^why is dude so adimant about “proving” this?

    $$

    to his credit, he speaks on more than just Jayz, he speaks on exposing the illuminati as a whole.

    Big Homie, thanks for the bday wishiz

    ^oh okay…so I guess that video is just a small piece in a bigger puzzle

  5. eskay Says:

    >>who is “we”?

    young blacks, latinos and pretty much anybody associated with Hip-Hop culture.

  6. R.J.Orion Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    September 15th, 2008 at 4:53 pm
    *Juelz santana “why” comes on Ipod shuffle*

    Juelz > Cam’ron

    ————–

    based on his solo LP “From me To you”, it sounded like he had a chance to be > than KILLA. but his second LP bricked so bad (critically, not Soundscan), that the statement you made becomes preposterous. but, ‘From me To You’ had several timeless, classic songs. “how i feel” – “one day i smile” – “squalie” – “santana’s town” – “why” – “jealousy” – “OK OK” – “Down”. all them joints still sound brand new.

    but, Cam’ron > anyone not named Royce, ChuckD, NaS or JayZ.

  7. foekist Says:

    gr3um5 Says:

    September 15th, 2008 at 5:01 pm
    hiphop heads = we

    plus, some many coincidences
    so???

    $$

    what does that video have to do with hip hop heads being taken seriously?

  8. eskay Says:

    >>to his credit, he speaks on more than just Jayz, he speaks on exposing the illuminati as a whole.

    yeah, but he ethers his entire theory by mentioning Jay-Z.

    >>what does that video have to do with hip hop heads being taken seriously?

    everything. anybody with half a brain is gonna watch that be like what a bunch of morons.

    smh @ anybody who thinks the secrets of the Illuminati will be revealed to us on Youtube.

  9. gr3um5 Says:

    yeah!

  10. catch22 Says:

    is this gr3um5 guy another one of boosie’s stupid personalities?

  11. R.J.Orion Says:

    alot of people who have never seriously researched the illuminati and their agendas, are always the first to dismiss people who do, as “conspiracy theorists”. it will be no coincidence then, that the same people who ignore the illuminati, will be the foremost victims of their machinations. open your eye.

  12. foekist Says:

    smh @ anybody who thinks the secrets of the Illuminati will be revealed to us on Youtube.

    $$

    someone could’ve said the same thing about the book “behold a pale horse” and said, “who would’ve thought the secrets of the illuminati would be revealed to us in a book.” What’s the difference between writing a book and posting a video on youtube? Please don’t tell me you think the validity of your message is checked before you’re able to get a book published.

    They’re both mediums to get your message out to the masses. one just happens to be a little easier to get accomplished than the other.

  13. Joe 88 Says:

    @R.J

    Yeah, juelz was on his way, but that second album was so bad, omg, I listen to it all the way thru once, & was very high, & it still was wack. I unrolled my blunt just to re break the weed up on that CD. I still think juelz can be a great tho, he still flashes greatness (n/h) but he needs to be in a good work enviorment where he can zone out & reach his creative peak. I wanna know how his skull gang mixtape gonna sound, cause I haven’t got a solid mixtape from juelz since the back like cooked crack series.

    Did he drop any solo mix cd’s after that?

  14. eskay Says:

    and lol @ using D’Evils as an example. I can maybe comprehend a theory where the powers that be reach out to a post-2001 Hov after recognizing his influence with young hip-hop fans and his ability to stack paper…but you’re telling me Jay has been a Third Degree Mason since him and Bleek were in Marcy?

    wild imaginations + the internet = hilarity

  15. R.J.Orion Says:

    smh @ anybody who thinks the secrets of the Illuminati will be revealed to us on Youtube.

    —————-

    maybe not secrets revealed. but palpable hints and clues as to who may be involved. it’s already established that the secrets are intensely guarded. but knowing who is involved gives clues as to who and what to watch for once you do the science.

  16. catch22 Says:

    Did he drop any solo mix cd’s after that?

    ^^
    did the offical “i can’t feel my face” mixtape ever come out?

  17. foekist Says:

    *daps RJ Orion*

    word.

    and spect due, Eskay, but I believe your stannery for Hov has just a little bit to do with your failure to have an open mind on this issue.

    Anyone with an open mind can see that the evidence is there that there’s a bit of truth to this. If I recall correctly, which it’s possible that I don’t, I thought I remembered reading about Hov being in that group of the Moors that believed that their leader was sent from outer space.

  18. eskay Says:

    >>someone could’ve said the same thing about the book “behold a pale horse” and said, “who would’ve thought the secrets of the illuminati would be revealed to us in a book.” What’s the difference between writing a book and posting a video on youtube? Please don’t tell me you think the validity of your message is checked before you’re able to get a book published.

    i read Behold a Pale Horse and I thought it was bullshit too. it didn’t reveal anything to me that I hadn’t already heard elsewhere. the only way that book can move you is if you read it under the unwavering assumption that everything dude is saying is 100% true.

  19. Eastern_Digital Says:

    LF: direct zshare link >>>>> annoying sharebee

  20. Joe 88 Says:

    did the offical “i can’t feel my face” mixtape ever come out?

    ^Naw, just that street mixtape he let weezy own him all the way thru. I was kinda dissapointed in juelz. His verses was good, but weezy shit was so much better it made his verses look like soulja boy tell em wrote em

  21. foekist Says:

    eskay Says:

    September 15th, 2008 at 5:12 pm
    and lol @ using D’Evils as an example. I can maybe comprehend a theory where the powers that be reach out to a post-2001 Hov after recognizing his influence with young hip-hop fans and his ability to stack paper…but you’re telling me Jay has been a Third Degree Mason since him and Bleek were in Marcy?

    wild imaginations + the internet = hilarity

    $$

    shit, it’s Black Prince Hall Mason’s everywhere. To believe that a Mason resides in a housing project is extremely believable. Matter of fact, I would think you’d be hard pressed to find a housing project of any decent size NOT containing a Mason.

  22. R.J.Orion Says:

    ^^ eskay says

    but you’re telling me Jay has been a Third Degree Mason since him and Bleek were in Marcy?

    ————–

    you dont BECOME a 3rd Degree Mason. you are chosen. its entirely possible that “THEY” have been watching him for years, and overstand his influence on young (and old) civilians. why wouldnt they choose him?. these matters deal with things that may not make much sense to the everyday, working man or woman. but nothing in that realm should be held as impossible.

  23. Eastern_Digital Says:

    # catch22 Says:
    September 15th, 2008 at 5:12 pm

    Did he drop any solo mix cd’s after that?

    ^^
    did the offical “i can’t feel my face” mixtape ever come out?

    ^^nah….i think Legend(OS) has/had it though. i remember him talkin about it on the good old IC. he said he provided mick boogie with the it to do that BLOw mixtape. He posted that Birds Flyin High song to prive his point too.

    btw: Donkey >> G&S

  24. eskay Says:

    >>alot of people who have never seriously researched the illuminati and their agendas, are always the first to dismiss people who do, as “conspiracy theorists”. it will be no coincidence then, that the same people who ignore the illuminati, will be the foremost victims of their machinations. open your eye.

    I mean if you think you’re going to solve ancient mysteries on Youtube, then go for it guys. I’ve done plenty of reading on the illuminatti, freemasonry,the CFR the tri-lateral commission, and everything else dude mentioned in that video. the connections are undeniable, but for a bunch of boneheads like you and that guy in the video to think that you can use fucking Google (or Yahoo in his case) to actually solve any of this shit is preposterous.

    you can balk at the term “conspiracy theories” all you want, but at the end of the day, that’s exactly what they are: theories. we can’t prove most of that shit or the intentions of those people. if we could, they wouldn’t be the people that they are now would they? so my advice to ya’ll is, don’t waste your fucking time. recognize that there is a hidden hand orchestrating much of what you see happening in the world, and live your life accordingly. until your net worth tops out at over 500 million, you don’t matter to those people anyway.

  25. foekist Says:

    i read Behold a Pale Horse and I thought it was bullshit too. it didn’t reveal anything to me that I hadn’t already heard elsewhere. the only way that book can move you is if you read it under the unwavering assumption that everything dude is saying is 100% true.

    $$

    in that case, you “thinking” it was bullshit means just that, that you “thought” it was bullshit. May I ask why you thought it was bullshit? Perhaps because every other television program and other shit you’ve been exposed to would make you think that no such thing could be true?

    Think about the way you’ve purposefully deceived someone… We’ve all done it. When you’re around them, do you not show them the side of you that would make them think you would never deceive them?

  26. R.J.Orion Says:

    the only juelz mixtapes after his 2nd LP, that i can remember, are those annoying “i cant feel my face” joints with Dr.Carter.

  27. eskay Says:

    >> you dont BECOME a 3rd Degree Mason. you are chosen. its entirely possible that “THEY” have been watching him for years, and overstand his influence on young (and old) civilians. why wouldnt they choose him?. these matters deal with things that may not make much sense to the everyday, working man or woman. but nothing in that realm should be held as impossible.

    well that’s not how i understand it. because anything I’ve ever read says that you have to ascend to that level. but maybe you’re in some super secret conspiracy theorists book club, so let’s just say assume that you are right:

    so when did they recognize his influence? because D’Evils was on Reasonable Doubt and nobody knew who Jay was when that came out.

  28. foekist Says:

    until your net worth tops out at over 500 million, you don’t matter to those people anyway.

    $$

    now I agree with that. Eskay, I think we agree to disagree on this one. the true illuminati understands human nature more than the rest of us.

    They don’t give two shits about those little bullshit videos being posted on youtube that tells the truth, because they know that 92% of the messages conveyed to us via mainstream media is that of a government that could NEVER be a part of such corruptness.

    they also know the importance of edification… meaning, we humans believe messages based solely upon the esteem we hold the person to that we’re receiving the message through. Case and point, famous people doing endorsements.

    If the President and Jay Z tell us that point A is the truth, and dude with the low budget youtube is saying point B is the truth, there’s no way dude with the youtube video has enough clout to over turn the opinion of the majority, who are going to listen to what Jay Z says and hold it as the truth. Even if it’s not.

  29. eskay Says:

    >>in that case, you “thinking” it was bullshit means just that, that you “thought” it was bullshit. May I ask why you thought it was bullshit? Perhaps because every other television program and other shit you’ve been exposed to would make you think that no such thing could be true?

    i’m not saying that the things he was alleging in the book were bullshit, I’m saying that he did not convince me that he had any real evidence to prove that they were not. none of the ‘evidence’ in that book made me say, “oh this is definitely true, the government is hiding alien bodies at Roswell”

    I’ve seen more convincing shit on the History Channel.

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