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Video: Keys To The City L.A. Chapter 1 w/ Murs

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47 Responses to “Video: Keys To The City L.A. Chapter 1 w/ Murs”

  1. THE-XFACTA Says:

    Rey Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:07 pm

    I’m admittedly nervous about this upcoming Kanye album

    ^^ Exactly why are you nervous, is he breaking you off something?

  2. cOLD Says:

    never on schedule but always on time.

  3. Beezy Says:

    All my bitches look good during sun up!

    ^Where’s the fun in that?!

  4. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    eskay Says:
    October 7th, 2008 at 3:11 pm
    >>no. i just think it was a weak argument 4 wearing pink. but lets focus on ya mans wack ass music, Shimmy Shimmy Ya. U cant tell me this is hot.

    I haven’t even listened to this yet, but all I know is that last Hamilton mixtape, which had like 5 of his boys on it, was better than the last Curtis album by about 10 times.

    _________

    … easy i just tried to make a best of Charleses mixtape, that are all been released within a month, and the shit won’t fit on one CD and I can’t make up my mind which ones to drop

  5. b-ease Says:

    b-ease Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:11 pm
    r^Yes-sign. Vol.3 has more wack songs than AG, & AG best songs are as good as Vol.3 best songs. But Vol.3 is good, i’m not saying it’s bad, cause it’s not, but it’s not as good as Vol.3. Vol.3 had some really wack ass beats, “snoopy track” “things that you do” “pop 4 rock” while AG had really no wack ass beats, & lyrically AG > Vol.3

    ^^
    Pop 4 Roc and S.Carter were weak songs, granted. But Snoopy track was the shit. I’d argue that There’s Been a Murder, Watch Me, So Ghetto, and Come and Get me are better than whatever you think the dopest song on AG is. Not to mention “Jigga That Nigga”, nothing on AG is fucking with that joint. Vol.3 was the solidifier of Jay being the elite MC in the game.

    Vol.3>>AG, KC, and BA

  6. McFly Says:

    Going to see Murs and Kids In The Hall tonight in San Francisco!

  7. eskay Says:

    >>nas – can’t forget about you > Beach chair.

    ^even I co-sign this

  8. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Go Dodgers!

  9. Big Homie Says:

    Damn no more Lacey

  10. THE-XFACTA Says:

    Beezy Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:13 pm
    All my bitches look good during sun up!

    ^Where’s the fun in that?!

    ——–

    So you’d prefer to wake up next to a manly looking bitch, who has on too much fucking make up and needs to do some crunches like a mother fucker?

  11. THE-XFACTA Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:16 pm
    Damn no more Lacey

    ———–

    Nigga stop jerking off! Ole bi-jackual mother fucker

  12. Rey Says:

    @ X– Um, no.

    @ Rocksy– Yeah man, that acapela of “Minority Report” from Glastonbury was very powerful.

    *******

    @ McFly– I dunno, man. There’s just something about Eminem and Legend that don’t go together for me. Jay was smart. Jay came right back after the disappointment (a fair word) of Kingdom Come with American Gangster, that was an all around great album, practically dry-humping the line between “very good” and “classic”. Eminem dropped “Encore” and then a greatest hits, and then disappeared. I know Proof’s passing has something to do with that, but when push came to shove in terms of his CAREER, Em just shrugged and accepted “Fell Off Status” (fueled by the disappointment that was “Encore”) and became a fuckin’ hermit. To me, that doesn’t = legendary.

    ~~~~~

    no more ty big’s just call me Kenard Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:03 pm
    “Encore”’s bad songs were more memorable than it’s good songs, and that’s not good.

    toy soldiers
    yellow brick road
    Mockinbrid

    are all better than 99.3 % of shit thats been released since then

    and there was at least 2 other good songs on that album

    ^^^

    Okay, that being said, there are some quality songs on “Encore”, but ass like that, my first single, puke, some of the skits, rain man, big weenie, evil deeds… Those were bad, dude. The d-12 song was bad, but what d-12 songs aren’t? I really liked toy soldiers, mockingbird, mosh, encore, and spend some time, but it was still a disappointing venture.

    Bottom line: If you’re Marshall Bruce Mathers III, you don’t leave your solo career with “Encore” as it’s final display of talent/effort. Jay-Z gets the pass because he redeemed himself with “American Gangster”.

    You go out on top, or if not on top, at least good enough to let people know that you didn’t tarnish your legacy.

  13. that guy Says:

    I haven’t even listened to this yet, but all I know is that last Hamilton mixtape, which had like 5 of his boys on it, was better than the last Curtis album by about 10 times

    ^^^
    now thats just ignorant. “I Get Money” > anything that nappy headed harlem nigga ever and will put out

  14. THE-XFACTA Says:

    CiCi The Intern Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:15 pm
    Go Dodgers!

    ——–

    ? ??? I thought you were from Philly? Ohh I get it, it’s the reverse physco shit… Hmmm Good luck, the last time Philly won anything major (no Arena Football) was 1983… Damn didn’t Sucker Mc’s come out back then? SMH

  15. Rey Says:

    eskay Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:15 pm
    >>nas – can’t forget about you > Beach chair.

    ^even I co-sign this

    ^^^

    Wow, I can’t even remember “Can’t Forget About You”. HHID > KC (duh), but come on, “Beach Chair” was incredible. You need less “impressing other dudes”.

  16. Crosmopolitan Says:

    The Birth Of Hipster Hop….
    http://vimeo.com/874384
    Mazzi Will Co-Sign This…

  17. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    Okay, that being said, there are some quality songs on “Encore”, but ass like that, my first single, puke, some of the skits, rain man, big weenie, evil deeds… Those were bad, dude. The d-12 song was bad, but what d-12 songs aren’t? I really liked toy soldiers, mockingbird, mosh, encore, and spend some time, but it was still a disappointing venture.

    Bottom line: If you’re Marshall Bruce Mathers III, you don’t leave your solo career with “Encore” as it’s final display of talent/effort. Jay-Z gets the pass because he redeemed himself with “American Gangster”.

    You go out on top, or if not on top, at least good enough to let people know that you didn’t tarnish your legacy.

    …… yeah but he was obviously going for that silly gimmicky shit appealing to a certain crowd, thats like hating on Jordan as a basketball player because of all the sketchy shit him and Nike have been involved in, or his gambling problems and where we all know that lead to ….

  18. Beezy Says:

    So you’d prefer to wake up next to a manly looking bitch, who has on too much fucking make up and needs to do some crunches like a mother fucker?

    ^Nah, but skinny and ugly is A.O.K.

  19. eskay Says:

    >>now thats just ignorant. “I Get Money” > anything that nappy headed harlem nigga ever and will put out

    I get money is not really a good song doggie, sorry to break it to you. if that’s what you’re gonna put up against Charles you lost already.

    smh @ you not respecting good lyricism.

    Brooklyn > Harlem > Queens

  20. Beezy Says:

    THE-XFACTA Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:19 pm
    CiCi The Intern Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:15 pm
    Go Dodgers!

    ——–

    ? ??? I thought you were from Philly? Ohh I get it, it’s the reverse physco shit… Hmmm Good luck, the last time Philly won anything major (no Arena Football) was 1983… Damn didn’t Sucker Mc’s come out back then? SMH

    ^Nah, CiCi just psycho.

    *Banishes Ci to Camden for umpteenth time*

  21. SNORT_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    Lacey got some NICE titties, GATTTTTTTTT!

  22. THE-XFACTA Says:

    eskay Says:

    October 7th, 2008 at 3:20 pm

    Brooklyn > Harlem > Queens Bronx>Brooklyn > Westchester > Queens>Harlem

  23. Joe 88 Says:

    I’d argue that There’s Been a Murder, Watch Me, So Ghetto, and Come and Get me are better than whatever you think the dopest song on AG is. Not to mention “Jigga That Nigga”, nothing on AG is fucking with that joint

    ^First off “jigga that nigga” was on the RRC vol1 first, & a bonus track on vol.3 so that don’t count, & how can you forget “dope man” & “nymp”? I thought you bring them up first, but “say hello” can go toe to toe with any of those songs, “Success” “american dreaming” “American gangster” “Fallen” “No hook” “Roc Boyz” will smash vol.3. Vol.3 is a great album, but AG just has more better songs, & less bad songs than Vol.3

    Co-sign Vol.3 cementing him as a elite MC

  24. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    Bottom line: If you’re Marshall Bruce Mathers III, you don’t leave your solo career with “Encore” as it’s final display of talent/effort. Jay-Z gets the pass because he redeemed himself with “American Gangster”.

    You go out on top, or if not on top, at least good enough to let people know that you didn’t tarnish your legacy.

    … also have you been not paying attention or just choosing to ignore all the talk about all the new music he has been making lately, %0 said it Royce said it, theres been talks of mad collabs with him, dudes cooking something up, is that why your talking about this now because you know you won’t be able to later ?

  25. eskay Says:

    >>Wow, I can’t even remember “Can’t Forget About You”. HHID > KC (duh), but come on, “Beach Chair” was incredible. You need less “impressing other dudes”.

    I tried to like it, but Beach Chair is horrible, and Jay is my father.

  26. eskay Says:

    Yonkers > Brooklyn > Harlem > The Bronx > Staten Island > the rest of Westchester > Jersey > Queens

  27. nation of moderation Says:

    eskay Says:
    October 7th, 2008 at 3:15 pm

    >>nas – can’t forget about you > Beach chair.

    ^even I co-sign this

    ^ Queens is losing right now

  28. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    that guy Says:
    October 7th, 2008 at 3:18 pm
    I haven’t even listened to this yet, but all I know is that last Hamilton mixtape, which had like 5 of his boys on it, was better than the last Curtis album by about 10 times

    ^^^
    now thats just ignorant. “I Get Money” > anything that nappy headed harlem nigga ever and will put out

    …. and this ladies and gentleman is the pot calling the kettle black, you’ve never listened to one of his mixtapes have you ?

  29. BKScribe Says:

    # eskay Says:
    October 7th, 2008 at 3:22 pm

    I tried to like it, but Beach Chair is horrible, and Jay is my father.

    ^LMFAO

    oh and BK > BX its not even close

  30. McFly Says:

    Rey Says:
    October 7th, 2008 at 3:18 pm

    @ McFly– I dunno, man. There’s just something about Eminem and Legend that don’t go together for me. Jay was smart. Jay came right back after the disappointment (a fair word) of Kingdom Come with American Gangster, that was an all around great album, practically dry-humping the line between “very good” and “classic”. Eminem dropped “Encore” and then a greatest hits, and then disappeared. I know Proof’s passing has something to do with that, but when push came to shove in terms of his CAREER, Em just shrugged and accepted “Fell Off Status” (fueled by the disappointment that was “Encore”) and became a fuckin’ hermit. To me, that doesn’t = legendary.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Em honestly doesn’t care what people think about him. Ho many times does he need to say “I just don’t give a fuck” for people to get it?

    So put my tape back on the rack/
    Go run and tell your friends my shit is wack/
    (Cuz I just don’t give a fuck)

    Em and Jay are different dudes because Jay is concerned about his style and image, he’s 40 and jumped on the “skull and crossbones steez” bandwagon when you know that shit isn’t for anyone over 30. Em has become Prince of the du-rag (All respect to the King of the du-rag, Memph Bleek) and hasn’t followed any trends at all. His image is the last thing on his mind.

  31. Big Homie Says:

    Charles Hamilton Ronald McDonald > I Get Money

    Bibbidy Bobbidy Boop > I I Get it

  32. lanski Says:

    When Em brings a serious project with out fucking with the TRL pre teens then maybe he’ll be closer to legendary status; until then, not really.

  33. Most_Incredible! Says:

    Yonkers > Brooklyn > Harlem > The Bronx > Staten Island > the rest of Westchester > Jersey > Queens

    ^^ Knock knock, who’s there? Killa Cam, Killa who?
    Killa Cam, hustler, grinder, gorilla true

  34. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    I just had to cut 9 songs off my best of charleses mixtape, you know what that means in one month this kid dropped 4 mixtapes that can be combined into 2 full best off mixtapes

    and I was being picky when I picked out the first grouping

  35. that guy Says:

    Yonkers > Brooklyn > Harlem > The Bronx > Staten Island > the rest of Westchester > Jersey > Queens

    ^^^
    Queens run u niggas ask russell simmons…oh and if u want to talk about mixtapes,
    50 Cent Is The Future >[Nahright’s poster boy’s life]

  36. that guy Says:

    Yonkers > Brooklyn > Harlem > The Bronx > Staten Island > the rest of Westchester > Jersey > Queens
    ^^^
    Eskay is from up state NY….914 is not in the 5 boroughs homie.

  37. SNORT_snortCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    When i think legend, i think Rapper that fucked the game up, Like Buckshot in the early 90’s had EVERYBODY rappin to his flow, Like jay & his fly shit… a few cats… i mean just cuz u sell units & make a few fly joints dont make u a legend, Look @ Fab.

  38. eskay Says:

    Charles Hamilton is a better MC than Curtis ever was and ever will be.

  39. b-ease Says:

    how can you forget “dope man” & “nymp”? I thought you bring them up first, but “say hello” can go toe to toe with any of those songs, “Success” “american dreaming” “American gangster” “Fallen” “No hook” “Roc Boyz

    ^^
    Your right about NYMP and Dope Man. I swear I was gonna type NYMP, but wrote Theres Been Murder instead. But with that said,

    So Ghetto, DopeMan, Its Hot, Watch Me, Murder, Come and Get Me, NYMP>>>the seven songs you listed above

  40. no more ty big's just call me Kenard Says:

    Big Homie Says:
    October 7th, 2008 at 3:24 pm
    Charles Hamilton Ronald McDonald > ……………………….

    real talk thats the best song I have heard in god knows how long

  41. McFly Says:

    lanski Says:
    October 7th, 2008 at 3:25 pm
    When Em brings a serious project with out fucking with the TRL pre teens then maybe he’ll be closer to legendary status; until then, not really.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    All of his projects are serious and he’s smart for coming out with a comedy track as his first single every time.

    If I told you that having some funny tracks on your album would net you 70 million records sold worldwide, would you think that was stupid?

  42. b-ease Says:

    real talk thats the best song I have heard in god knows how long

    ^^
    It’s maaaagggicccc….

  43. cOLD Says:

    for niggas up in their moms cribs listening…

    for the remainder of the work day I will be quoting random nas lines.

  44. Rey Says:

    @ Eskay– LOL, Fair enough, even tho’ I disagree about beach chair.

    @ Ty– I’m not saying any of that for shock value–you know me better than that. I’m a huge fan of eminem’s pre-encore work. I don’t think he lost talent, I just think he stopped caring, and for someone whose whole gimmick was “i’m a white boy that loves rap and has been rapping for 10 years before I got a break” to basically throw in the towel creatively after 4 years? Pfff… Summer 2003 he was destroying Benzino/Murder Inc lyrically and a year later he’s putting out trash like “Big Weenie”? Dude just threw in the towel.

    I hope em’s comeback album (yes, i’ve been paying attention–i’m a fan) is incredible, but the original topic was “If em retired TODAY would he be considered a legend?”.

  45. D_Block_4_life Says:

    I tried to like it, but Beach Chair is horrible
    ^^^^
    You serious Esk? At least say it was lyrically wonderful, give me that at least tell me you hate the beat, tell me its the beat….for sanity purposes….

  46. lanski Says:

    If I told you that having some funny tracks on your album would net you 70 million records sold worldwide, would you think that was stupid?

    ^I don’t think that was or is stupid at all, great business move every time, 70 mill is an accomplishment, no doubt. But for me it tarnishes his legacy when legendary status is an issue; regardless of units sold to said TRL demographic.

  47. Backatit Says:

    (All respect to the King of the du-rag, Memph Bleek)

    ^^^^^*dies*

    I’m not surprised if he collects royalty checks from du-rag companies, yet.

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