Statik Selektah ft. Torae, Sha Stimuli & Jon Hope – Destined To Shine

Statik Selektah ft. Torae, Sha Stimuli & Jon Hope – Destined To Shine

Stick To The Script hits stores tomorrow.


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23 Responses to “Statik Selektah ft. Torae, Sha Stimuli & Jon Hope – Destined To Shine”

  1. PLUG Says:

    *currently listeining to gangstar above the clouds*

  2. the watcherz Says:

    D_Block_4_life Says:

    October 20th, 2008 at 3:36 pm
    HNIC 2 > Product of The 80’s

    in what aspect…..lyricaly, beatwise, content…..the product of the 80’s is better beat wise…even though p experimented more content wise on hnic 2….but let let be real the main reason u listen 2 p is beacuse his beat selection is one the greatest….lyrically if you heard one p album u heard em all and that real talk

  3. BKScribe Says:

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

    ^Bullocks

  4. JALbert Says:

    On the subject of Trendsetter P, was it just me or was Put ‘Em In Their Place the most underrated cut of the year when it came out? That beat was hella grimy.

  5. nation of moderation Says:

    I’M SORRY, YELLOW FERRARI

    that’s the Lemon Law

  6. PLUG Says:

    I think HNIC1 is one of the greatest rap cd’s ever made. excluding nobody

  7. the watcherz Says:

    JALbert Says:

    October 20th, 2008 at 3:52 pm
    On the subject of Trendsetter P, was it just me or was Put ‘Em In Their Place the most underrated cut of the year when it came out? That beat was hella grimy.

    ^^
    anything on return of the mac was underrated….

    return of the mac> american gangster

  8. nation of moderation Says:

    >> I swear, it nation combed the archives he could probably dig up a whole blog’s worth of stories. Lol.

    oh goodie

  9. b-ease Says:

    D_Block_4_life Says:

    October 20th, 2008 at 3:36 pm
    HNIC 2 > Product of The 80’s

    ^^
    No-sign. HNIC 2 had a little more going on in terms of content (no real concepts on PoT80s), but Product of the 80’s just SOUNDS better. This is after 2 listens.

  10. DIGITAL SCALES Says:

    Punching bag P hasnt had a dope album since return of the mack

    matter fact HIV P hasn’t had a real dope album since HNIC

  11. b-ease Says:

    lyrically if you heard one p album u heard em all and that real talk

    ^^
    No-sign. By that token, I could say the same about Jay. Their worldview never changes, but times do, and with that, the music sounds different, even if they’re really not offering anythign “new” lyrically.

  12. DIGITAL SCALES Says:

    HIV P hasn’t been the same since he’s been on that summer jam screen

  13. b-ease Says:

    Punching bag P hasnt had a dope album since return of the mack

    ^^
    In all fairness, there has only been one P album since ROTM (I’m assuming you havent heard Pot80s yet…)

  14. b-ease Says:

    DIGITAL SCALES Says:

    October 20th, 2008 at 3:57 pm
    HIV P hasn’t been the same since he’s been on that summer jam screen

    ^^
    Can’t argue with that. But hey, Rakim aint been the same since “Know the Ledge”, and you don’t hear niggas holding that against him nearly as much as they should when they’re talking about GOAT lists.

  15. JALbert Says:

    anything on return of the mac was underrated….

    return of the mac> american gangster

    ^^^^
    It was on the Mobb Deep album when they were with G-Unit. Blood Money I think

    The track:
    imeem.com/people/Z5xDH/music/TqjSTk3d/mobb_deep_put_em_in_their_place/

  16. b-ease Says:

    PLUG Says:

    October 20th, 2008 at 3:49 pm
    *currently listeining to gangstar above the clouds*

    ^^
    One of the best hiphop album cuts of all time. And when I say all time, I mean top 50. Everybody knows Deck destroyed it, but Guru’s verse is also incredible. It’s kind of like “Verbal Intercourse”, where one verse is so dope (Nas/Deck), you kind of overlook how dope the other verse is (Ghost/Guru).

  17. DIGITAL SCALES Says:

    HIV P hasn’t been the same since he caught AIDS

  18. b-ease Says:

    saying that she saw me do the Arab Money dance this weekend at the club. I do not remember nor believe her.

    ^^
    *dead*

  19. the watcherz Says:

    No-sign. By that token, I could say the same about Jay. Their worldview never changes, but times do, and with that, the music sounds different, even if they’re really not offering anythign “new” lyrically.
    ^^
    no…. what draws people into jay so much is the fact he’s like a story teller…if you really listen to his albums he basically telling you what happened the previous or the year leading to now….so no u cant say that about jay cause no one live the same exact year twice….so u can exclude jay out that list…now p on the other hand has grown lyrically and content wise see: real power is people and illmunati ……but it naturally p rap about the same shit how i”ll cut u up and shoot u in the most grimey way possible…i must admit i do enjoy listening to it…he does rap about the same shit

  20. b-ease Says:

    if you really listen to his albums he basically telling you what happened the previous or the year leading to now

    ^^
    This is true.

  21. SNORT_SNORTcrazy88since88 Says:

    P!

  22. YOU ARE IDIOTS Says:

    how bout you retards talk about the record at hand rather than prodigy. destined to shine- good track. def coppin that album Stick 2 the script tomorrow!

  23. RTC Says:

    I’ve been listening to Statik’s new album for the past week, and it’s hands down one of the best of the year. The State Property joint is fire.

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