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Video: Mickey Factz – Road To The Achievement (Ep.3)

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  1. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Beezy Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:15 pm
    ***You can’t be serious—that neartarded nigga went gold, at best, and for some reason, I doubt he even hit that mark (none)

    ^Dont act like Gold aint doing numbers these days….Nas new joint only went gold.

    Not comparing Gucci to Nas, just sayin…

    ***Nas isn’t as commercially viable as he once was, but he’s still dope, and his legacy is cemented, and he’s in the G.O.A.T. conversation….Gucci Mane came out last year, had a corny strip club song which ripped off Rick James’ “Superfreak”, and disappeared as fast as he came on the scene (none)…on top of that, i was being generous when I said he went gold—and when that nigga is in any goat conversation, it probably has something to do with actual goats…

  2. Chase Says:

    G7 whats good. I got a late start in here today. Seems like niggas is Aggy in here over internet hype

  3. CS88_RICH_UNCLE_PENNYBAGS Says:

    http://www.KomputerPutin.com

  4. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # Iceberg Slim Says:
    October 10th, 2008 at 12:49 pm

    Outkast is greatest hiphop group of all time, they have been rlvnt for 12+ years and have 3+classic albums

    ^^^

    Outkast is a duo, not a group.

    disqualified.

    and in case it hasn’t been said, Grafh>>>>>>>>>>>Cam’Ron

  5. Beezy Says:

    Right on cue…

    Mickey’s 40 oz > Mickey Factz

  6. SpotOn Says:

    Gucci > Outkast

  7. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Dr Flav Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:22 pm
    Agrees with Joe streets > web. Hermits learn whats hot through YouTube videos of nigs in the street. If you learned all the Crank Dat dances on You Tube Kill yo self!

    ***If you learned the Crank Dat dances at all, kill yourself…The streets do beat the web, though, because at least the streets support albums when they come out, bootleggers aside—web niggas are tired of albums 3 weeks before their official release date, lol…

  8. Big Homie Says:

    youngcblog.com

  9. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Poopy stains on your lady’s thong>gucci mayne’s latest songs

  10. G7 Says:

    Chase Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:23 pm
    G7 whats good. I got a late start in here today. Seems like niggas is Aggy in here over internet hype

    ^a lotta funny shit going on. typical friday.

  11. cOLD Says:

    Outkast is trash and overated… nah but the people who like Outkast as a group are people who’s lives are pretty mundane. People that arent geared to any 1 direction. Blowing in the wind ass niggas.

  12. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    cOLD Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:26 pm
    Outkast is trash and overated… nah but the people who like Outkast as a group are people who’s lives are pretty mundane. People that arent geared to any 1 direction. Blowing in the wind ass niggas.

    ***WTF? Nah…that whole comment is so ridiculous, I can’t even respond right, lol…

  13. cOLD Says:

    …just happy go lucky niggas. Dinner at 5 ass niggas.

  14. G7 Says:

    whutup coLD

  15. cOLD Says:

    ***WTF? Nah…that whole comment is so ridiculous, I can’t even respond right, lol…

    ^nah its true, they make surface music ole glossing ass niggas. Early outkast was different, i’m talking that Outkast of the past few yrs.

  16. Carlos Voltron Says:

    # nation of moderation Says:
    October 10th, 2008 at 12:56 pm

    i don’t get how Joe can still be talking about the streets like it’s the only thing that can make or a break rappers when he’s online all the fucking time

    ^ I can’t believe everyone missed that.

  17. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    October 10th, 2008 at 1:25 pm

    Dr Flav Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:22 pm
    Agrees with Joe streets > web. Hermits learn whats hot through YouTube videos of nigs in the street. If you learned all the Crank Dat dances on You Tube Kill yo self!

    ***If you learned the Crank Dat dances at all, kill yourself…The streets do beat the web, though, because at least the streets support albums when they come out, bootleggers aside—web niggas are tired of albums 3 weeks before their official release date, lol…

    ^^^^

    yup thats the only thing, these rappers that doing it big on the internet have to figure out how to capture the streets with their music to really capitalize. I think this new XXL feature with the Nah Right Starting 5 is a step in the right direction.

    It’s all up to niggas’ labels and marketing teams. I was just telling a friend yesterday it don’t make sense hoe Joe Budden has absolutely no push out here in NY, yet Amalgam claims to have an office in Harlem. smh

  18. SpotOn Says:

    cOLD Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:26 pm
    Outkast is trash and overated… nah but the people who like Outkast as a group are people who’s lives are pretty mundane. People that arent geared to any 1 direction. Blowing in the wind ass niggas.

    ^^^Whoa, I was just kidding..lol

    No hate, but even though I appreciate a good number of oukast songs, I dont see the GOAT arguments. They are creative and good artists, but I dont go back to Outkast songs that frequently.

  19. Dr Flav Says:

    Icon I sure was thinking that, but did not type it. lol *grabs clippers* *cuts Nahright and Converse Allstar symbol in fade* *stunts on you hoes!*

  20. Joe 88 Says:

    I can’t believe everyone missed that.

    ^They missed it cause they know it isnt true.

  21. cOLD Says:

    wha gwan G7

    I just scarfaced a big bowl of baked ziti.. feeling mighty healthy on some ghost ish.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz7e9Pkv99I

    kill one man or kill ten…its all the same.

  22. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Early outkast was different, i’m talking that Outkast of the past few yrs.

    ***Oh, OK….I fucks with pretty much their whole catalog, but everything up thru Aquemini was impeccible…you gotta give the niggas credit for longevity and being relevant—even if they are just scratching the surface, they’re remained commercially viable, with a message, and that’s rare

  23. nation of moderation Says:

    Joe 88 Says:
    October 10th, 2008 at 1:31 pm

    I can’t believe everyone missed that.

    ^They missed it cause they know it isnt true.

    ^ bammer please.

  24. eskay Says:

    I just wanna say that Webbie and Boosie have been rapping professionally for how long? at least like 7 or 8 years right? and they only started popping on a national level in like 06, 07? Prior to ’07, I had never even heard of Mickey, Asher or Charles Hamilton and all of those dudes have already been featured in magazines, on BET and other forms of non-internet media and none of them have dropped an album yet.

  25. SpotOn Says:

    lol @ surface music…that should be a new genre

  26. Beezy Says:

    i don’t get how Joe can still be talking about the streets like it’s the only thing that can make or a break rappers when he’s online all the fucking time

    ^He be posted on the corner holding his laptop…doesn’t everyone do that? I’m on 153rd right now.

  27. cOLD Says:

    ***Oh, OK….I fucks with pretty much their whole catalog, but everything up thru Aquemini was impeccible…you gotta give the niggas credit for longevity and being relevant—even if they are just scratching the surface, they’re remained commercially viable, with a message, and that’s rare

    ^I hear you but Outkast got no play in the trenches. I needed tha Wu to get me thru, that Mobbdeep, Nas, Jay and so forth. Honestly the only nigga outta the TRI States that got played was Scarface, and ofcourse NWA, but I was talking mid to late 90’s

  28. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    LF, but I anticipated every Kanye album, and copped the retail THE DAY it came out—-I have no interest in this new jawn, whatsover…808s and Heartbreak, or whatever…I was kinda “off” when the Love Below dropped, too, and I came around (none) once I heard it, but Love Lockdown is beyond homo—-there’s no way I’mma be in the ride pumping an entire album of vocoder laced techno music- GTFOH…

  29. PHOENIXXX Says:

    Grafh>>>>>>>everyone on that XXL cover

    but I will cop that issue, remember those names, and go through Nah Right’s archive to see what I missed

    *buys a late pass*

  30. G7 Says:

    cOLD Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:31 pm
    wha gwan G7

    I just scarfaced a big bowl of baked ziti.. feeling mighty healthy on some ghost ish.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz7e9Pkv99I

    ^”the world can’t touch Ghost purple tape, Rae co-host”

    he kinda sonned Rae with that line. always thought that. i woulda took offense to that.

  31. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    eskay Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:33 pm
    I just wanna say that Webbie and Boosie have been rapping professionally for how long? at least like 7 or 8 years right? and they only started popping on a national level in like 06, 07? Prior to ‘07, I had never even heard of Mickey, Asher or Charles Hamilton and all of those dudes have already been featured in magazines, on BET and other forms of non-internet media and none of them have dropped an album yet.

    ***Yeah, but isn’t it safe to say that your average person who doesn’t go to hip hop blogs hasn’t heard of Mickey, Asher, or Charles Hamilton? If not for Nah, I never woulda heard of them, real talk….

  32. PHOENIXXX Says:

    Mickey Factz high school picture

    http://www.tinyurl.com/48jzb9

  33. Joe 88 Says:

    bammer please.

    ^you mad? No shots, but soon as 4 hit, you don’t see joe no more, even if I was, what that suppose to mean? I still can’t be running the streets? Hanging out? Hearing other opinions from people that don’t be on hip hop blogs? SMH at the double standard computer dudes make. You seen the pictures nigga, my life doesn’t revolve around the internet, not saying anythings wrong with that cause it’s not, but mine don’t. I base majority of my opinions on music by people I grew up with cause they know what I like, just so happens they are street dudes, if they was chef’s or accountants then that’s what I would tell ya’ll I get my sources from, but there not. This was picked out for me nation before I was born, I had no control over it, just cause you love urban music, but never step foot in the hood don’t mean I haven’t either, just fall back, your a good kid, keep it that way

  34. Beezy Says:

    ***Yeah, but isn’t it safe to say that your average person who doesn’t go to hip hop blogs hasn’t heard of Mickey, Asher, or Charles Hamilton? If not for Nah, I never woulda heard of them, real talk….

    ^Asher ain’t gettin no burn except for the net, and some mags that have picked up on his internet success. I’m not saying thats a positive or negative, but some goons in the BX would be hard pressed (not even) to tell you anything about him.

  35. G7 Says:

    mickey factz > krayzie bone

    *salutes Phoenixxx*

  36. cOLD Says:

    he kinda sonned Rae with that line. always thought that. i woulda took offense to that.

    ^… never really peeped it like that but yea, that could come off kinda foul.

  37. Dr Flav Says:

    eskay magazine payola means nothing. Unsigned Hype started

  38. cOLD Says:

    Joe speaks a lot of righteous truths, I would take him much more serious if he was from Jerz and not Bmore.

  39. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    just cause you love urban music, but never step foot in the hood don’t mean I haven’t either, just fall back, your a good kid, keep it that way

    ***Yikes…..

    tip toes backwards, outta thread (none)

  40. Joe 88 Says:

    Prior to ‘07, I had never even heard of Mickey, Asher or Charles Hamilton and all of those dudes have already been featured in magazines, on BET and other forms of non-internet media and none of them have dropped an album yet.

    ^Boosie & dem been in hella magazines like murder dog, (a down south XXL TYPE mag) & others waaaaaaaaay before 06′, just because it hasn’t grazed your hands or just because you haven’t heard of it doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.

  41. cOLD Says:

    Dr flav what up kid. I seen the shout in the last post so I had to come out of lurk mode.

  42. SpotOn Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    October 10th, 2008 at 1:39 pm
    bammer please.

    ^you mad? No shots, but soon as 4 hit, you don’t see joe no more, even if I was, what that suppose to mean? I still can’t be running the streets? Hanging out? Hearing other opinions from people that don’t be on hip hop blogs? SMH at the double standard computer dudes make. You seen the pictures nigga, my life doesn’t revolve around the internet, not saying anythings wrong with that cause it’s not, but mine don’t. I base majority of my opinions on music by people I grew up with cause they know what I like, just so happens they are street dudes, if they was chef’s or accountants then that’s what I would tell ya’ll I get my sources from, but there not. This was picked out for me nation before I was born, I had no control over it, just cause you love urban music, but never step foot in the hood don’t mean I haven’t either, just fall back, your a good kid, keep it that way

    ^^^Wow

  43. b-ease Says:

    We take no shit
    Like, uh, stopped up commodes
    Got a collect call
    They done locked up my folks
    Low blow
    Hit me in the right ventricle
    We wont be able to ride out till 2004

  44. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # G7 Says:
    October 10th, 2008 at 1:40 pm

    mickey factz > krayzie bone

    *salutes Phoenixxx*

    ^^^^

    I’ma let you live with that lie

    *salutes G7*

  45. Dr Flav Says:

    Damn son! Why you gotta be cutting my comments B? … Hype

  46. eskay Says:

    >>Yeah, but isn’t it safe to say that your average person who doesn’t go to hip hop blogs hasn’t heard of Mickey, Asher, or Charles Hamilton? If not for Nah, I never woulda heard of them, real talk….

    so what’s that mean? and you think that people who go to hip-hop blogs dont’ leave their house and talk to other people who don’t visit hip-hop blogs? and like I said, all of these cats just started. Remember, in January I didn’t know who Charles Hamilton was.

    and I don’t expect niggas on the street to know about any of these cats. I know most of my boys dont know about them. so what? you can pick any artist in the industry and there was a time when only a small group of people knew about them, so I really don’t understand what point ya’ll are tyring to prove.

  47. eskay Says:

    >>Boosie & dem been in hella magazines like murder dog, (a down south XXL TYPE mag) & others waaaaaaaaay before 06′, just because it hasn’t grazed your hands or just because you haven’t heard of it doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.

    I never said they weren’t. I said they didn’t pop on a national level before 06, 07.

    and just because “niggas on the street” haven’t heard of Charles Hamilton or Mickey Factz, that doesn’t mean they don’t exist.

  48. Abstract Minds N.Y.C Says:

    That freestyle was really good.

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