Video: Kurupt & Roscoe Streetsweeper Radio Freestyle


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  1. BKScribe Says:

    ladies a/s/l?

  2. Joe 88 Says:

    People act like the internet is not Real People !!!

    Joe Buddens

    ^Who? I never said that, i’m stating that people that doesn’t spend time on rap blogs don’t use none of these statements, & the ones I know that do don’t talk like that offline, period.

  3. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    http://www.NoOneOnTheCornersGotHammersLikeUs.com (q: Uncle Murda)

  4. G7 Says:

    looks fabricated

  5. Beezy Says:

    Beezy Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:06 pm
    Jim lost all of his fans when he split up with Cam Biggavel.

    ^True.

  6. Beezy Says:

    BKScribe Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:06 pm
    ladies a/s/l?

    >Creepy McCreeperton

  7. Joe 88 Says:

    No Shots

    But anyone that says “lol” out of there mouth, in a face to face conversation should dive neck first into a empty pool.

    Don’t get me wrong, I think it in conversations, but I just laugh like a real person, but hell no will I actually say it out of my mouth.

  8. Beezy Says:

    But anyone that says “lol” out of there mouth, in a face to face conversation should dive neck first into a empty pool.

    ^Nah…this shit is highly acceptable now.

  9. Joe 88 Says:

    As far as consistants, good music, and trend setting this year

    Max B > Dipset, cam included

    His mixtapes are the perfect blend everytime, he got something for everyone. I replayed Max B “The greatest” bout 12 times already, dude is a genius

  10. eskay Says:

    >>Mine too, but that’s a whole nother realm, anyway your failing to realize that internet talk is for the internet, period, no saying “godson across the belly on the streets, no saying “ether” or get my pool” none of that on the streets, it’s made for the internet, just like job interview talk in only for job interviews, now if he started a trend on the blogs, cool, but that’s where it ends. And I know being online is your job, I expect you to talk like that……”B” but most of those phrases don’t apply to everyone, & people have been using old heads since old heads was young calling there old heads old heads, smh

    Ok, Joe, I get it, you’re too cool to say this stuff offline. God forbid you should have any fun.

    ’cause if two of my boys are arguing, and one of them is wining, I would say “Godson across the belly” real quick and everybody would understand what I meant, because pretty much all of these phrases come from real life events.

    and like I said, of course people said “old head” before,but now you hear that shit all the time and there’s an anti-old head movement. THAT is what Cam and them popularized.

  11. BKScribe Says:

    i’ve told people.. i flood your soul like ether… before it was poppin on the internet

    i’ve also used the term slut monkey on occasion which is arguably an internet term.

  12. LogicSpeaks Says:

    It’s only acceptable if you say it sarcastically, and even then niggas should look at you sideways

  13. Joe 88 Says:

    Beezy Says:
    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:10 pm
    But anyone that says “lol” out of there mouth, in a face to face conversation should dive neck first into a empty pool.

    ^Nah…this shit is highly acceptable now.

    ^If I hear that, that’ll prolly be the first time I say “blank stare” in real life ever, lol

  14. D. Billz Says:

    Beezy Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 3:52 pm
    -the snug thermals (I rock them shits too, AND I don’t work out, lol)
    -regular fit jeans
    -v-neck tees
    -the god forsaken wallet chain (that skateboarders and goths BEEN rockin)
    -the skulls & bones (not a good look for many reasons), swords, fire, etc. printed on tees
    -glitter belts

    ^So basically Jim Jones just appropriated Skater/Punk/EMO white boy culture and brought it to rap. He killed hip hop.

    ^In all fairness, how is changing the dress code killing hip hop? We went through many phases and it’s only inevitable for it to change for it to evolve. You might not LIKE it, but I don’t see how it’s detrimental:

    80’s = tight ass pants/jeans, leather hats/pants, no strings in shoes, Euro-centric gear

    early 90’s [New Jack Swing/afrocentric movemnt] = extra baggy clothes, RBG attire, HBCU hoodies, African medallions, combat boots

    mid-90’s[grunge era] = Carhartts, lumberjacks, Goretex, Nauti’ sweats, leather bombers, camoflauge/fatigue

    late-90’s [Black brands] = Sean John, Fubu, Maurice Malone, Sir Benni Miles (LOL), Mecca, Triple Five Soul, etc.

    early Y2K’s = jean suits, velour suits, throwbacks, other shit I can’t remember

    now = schmedium thugs and hipsers

    At what point did fashion have any influence on what type of music was being put out? How does having on True Religions and Nike Boots kill hiphop? Explain.

  15. The Critic Says:

    “..tonight i served two thousand emcee’s…”

    man what the fuck happened to Kurupt

  16. eskay Says:

    like, what hip-hop fan is not gonna understand “Godson across the belly”?

    smh.

  17. D. Billz Says:

    BKScribe Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:06 pm
    ladies a/s/l?

    ^LMAO. You AOL 2.5 lookin’ ass nigga.

  18. BKScribe Says:

    real gangsters dont use internet slang anywhere but on the internet..

    I read a blog about it.

  19. Beezy Says:

    ^If I hear that, that’ll prolly be the first time I say “blank stare” in real life ever, lol

    >LMAO.

    Yo for real though Joe, kudos for your Max appreciation. The Greatest is fire, and his other new track I know is bananas…but The Doomship mixtape isnt his best…too many filler tracks by his bamma friends.

  20. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    *lightworking*

  21. BKScribe Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:14 pm

    BKScribe Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:06 pm
    ladies a/s/l?

    ^LMAO. You AOL 2.5 lookin’ ass nigga.

    ^LOL only a fellow member of the SSOS committee would know the reference.

    *14.4kb modem dappage*

  22. eskay Says:

    I’ve never said ‘LOL’ out loud, but i’ve definitely thought it, and I’ve definitely had ‘smh’ right on the tip of my toungue but caught myself.

  23. Charles Oakley Says:

    Don’t compare me to jokes
    I strangle the air in your throat
    Like you jumped from a chair and choked
    In mid-air from a rope
    Got a big gun and carry a scope
    The flare and the smoke
    Keep niggas quiet like words librarians spoke

    Elzhi has some crazy verses

  24. Strongchef Says:

    ^Who? I never said that, i’m stating that people that doesn’t spend time on rap blogs don’t use none of these statements, & the ones I know that do don’t talk like that offline, period.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    thats complete and utter bullshit, i spend a little time on line and many of my friends spend less and 90 percent of these terms came from lines in real songs that we say to this day

    for example if somebody loses an argument or a battle they got ethered (just a little stab at jay stans) but u get my drift

  25. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    *daps Mayor, Coca, Scribe, Joe, 7, Es*

    what up

  26. Beezy Says:

    At what point did fashion have any influence on what type of music was being put out? How does having on True Religions and Nike Boots kill hiphop? Explain.

    ^I was just overdosing to explain my digust with Jim Jones. But for real, to me…taking style from the white boys in the LES is not a good look for rap.

  27. BKScribe Says:

    steve case >>>>

  28. G7 Says:

    >>I replayed Max B “The greatest” bout 12 times already, dude is a genius

    ^no comment

  29. Rockabye Says:

    How does having on True Religions and Nike Boots kill hiphop? Explain.

    ^I see you Wale.

  30. Strongchef Says:

    oh and btw Jim Jones is GARBAGE, get this guy outta here

  31. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    !Ven-Tech? Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:17 pm
    *daps Mayor, Coca, Scribe, Joe, 7, Es*

    what up

    ^^^
    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

  32. LogicSpeaks Says:

    You’re good es, most of us wouldn’t be the first of our homies to get this new music if it weren’t for you. I played SLU out by the time most niggas were asking me if I heard it yet, so you can say smh all day and get away with it.

    Not to be on your dick or nothin though

  33. green eyes Says:

    oddest thing is when something happens offline and i think.. i gotta tell bk/crazy/ashmi/cold, theyll laugh

  34. Beezy Says:

    Not to be on your dick or nothin though

    ^A simple n/h will suffice.

  35. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    what up greens

  36. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    http://www.autoblog.com/2008/10/03/the-end-is-nigh-toyota-announces-0-financing-on-11-models/

    ^^^
    *calls Toyota Dealer, gets Quote for New LandCruser*

  37. Joe 88 Says:

    >Ok, Joe, I get it, you’re too cool to say this stuff offline. God forbid you should have any fun.

    ’cause if two of my boys are arguing, and one of them is wining, I would say “Godson across the belly” real quick and everybody would understand what I meant, because pretty much all of these phrases come from real life events.

    ^Okay, I understand you now, but what I was saying is majority of people I be around aren’t hip to hip hop sites, so I would look like a fool saying something no one else understands &, internet talk is like a inside joke only I know about around my friends, cause I did let “godson……” slide out one time & it was total silence for like four minutes, niggas ranked on me for atleast a half. When ninjas get hip to it on the streets then i’ll hit em with the arsenal, but until then, i’ll stike with street words on the streets.

    >and like I said, of course people said “old head” before,but now you hear that shit all the time and there’s an anti-old head movement. THAT is what Cam and them popularized.

    ^Overstand

  38. BKScribe Says:

    *daps ven*

  39. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    Es, when you used to tag [||] what did “SK” stand for?

  40. green eyes Says:

    whats good ven

  41. BKScribe Says:

    # green eyes Says:
    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:20 pm

    oddest thing is when something happens offline and i think.. i gotta tell bk/crazy/ashmi/cold, theyll laugh

    ^(c) aladin

  42. D. Billz Says:

    Beezy Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:17 pm
    At what point did fashion have any influence on what type of music was being put out? How does having on True Religions and Nike Boots kill hiphop? Explain.

    ^I was just overdosing to explain my digust with Jim Jones. But for real, to me…taking style from the white boys in the LES is not a good look for rap.

    ^I don’t like Jim either, but I didn’t want anyone to run with that notion. And for real, you can blame Kanye for that. After the whole blazer-and-jeans jumpie, it was an open gate. White dudes were rockin’ that look forever.

  43. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    green eyes Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:20 pm
    oddest thing is when something happens offline and i think.. i gotta tell bk/crazy/ashmi/cold, theyll laugh

    ^^^
    WOOOOOOOOOOO!

  44. b-ease Says:

    Charles Oakley Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:16 pm
    Don’t compare me to jokes
    I strangle the air in your throat
    Like you jumped from a chair and choked
    In mid-air from a rope
    Got a big gun and carry a scope
    The flare and the smoke
    Keep niggas quiet like words librarians spoke

    Elzhi has some crazy verses

    ^^
    That Welcome to Detroit was insane. You got a link to that song Oak?

  45. D. Billz Says:

    Rockabye Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:18 pm
    How does having on True Religions and Nike Boots kill hiphop? Explain.

    ^I see you Wale.

    ^Lol. But for real, fuck DC.

    *tilts O’s fitted*

  46. Joe 88 Says:

    but The Doomship mixtape isnt his best…too many filler tracks by his bamma friends.

    ^Yep, that’s why every song max isnt on, didn’t make the Ipod.

    LF: I have a max b playlist on my Ipod, & there’s over 100 songs on there, out of that 100, I listen to about 84 of them, that’s a good fucking average.

    >G7 Says:
    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:18 pm
    >>I replayed Max B “The greatest” bout 12 times already, dude is a genius

    ^no comment

    ^That’s why you’ll never be wavy, lol j/k

  47. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    green eyes Says:

    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:22 pm
    whats good ven

    ^^^

    Well I’m glad that you asked:

    I there’s this girl that works in my building who’s been talking double quarter pounder greasy about the boy !Tech? Says she imagines what i’d do to her. Now clearly she knew what she was doing because she told the right people so it’ll get back to me. Spit a little game to her, she froze up on some lacville 79 in the winter time shit.

    What’s the deal

  48. green eyes Says:

    # BKScribe Says:
    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:23 pm

    # green eyes Says:
    October 3rd, 2008 at 4:20 pm

    oddest thing is when something happens offline and i think.. i gotta tell bk/crazy/ashmi/cold, theyll laugh

    ^(c) aladin

    ^*rides the magic carpet*
    i actually didnt want to tell anyone that. but i was afraid id end up dead amnd i needed people to know why.

  49. Beezy Says:

    ^I don’t like Jim either, but I didn’t want anyone to run with that notion. And for real, you can blame Kanye for that. After the whole blazer-and-jeans jumpie, it was an open gate. White dudes were rockin’ that look forever.

    >The blazer look is a more monied look. I think rappers evolved into this look as they becamse extremely successful monetarily. Jay-Z would have never been respected as a CEO of Def Jam if he was showing up is Rocasweats.

    But true, Kanye/Pharrel have a share of the blame.

  50. M Geez Says:

    ^That’s why you’ll never be wavy, lol j/k

    ^^^^^

    Wavy?…….Damn i’ve been overseas waaaaaayyyyy too long.

  51. Charles Oakley Says:

    @B-Ease

    Little Brother ft. Elzhi – Hiding Place
    zshare.net/audio/19898330b7a2917f/

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