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77 Responses to “Black Milk feat. Royce Da 5’9″ – Losing Out”

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  2. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

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  3. Big Homie Says:

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  4. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    heard this ish 15 mins ago on 2 Dope…track is maddddd crazy…Tronic is gettin copped!

  5. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

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  6. SDP Says:

    ramadan this year was great for me. i helped a lot of poor people. i helped homeless centers…it was actually nice…

    and this is really random but

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  7. the watcherz Says:

    @ all you fellow beatsmiths

    roots remix contest…

    http://www.indabamusic.com/contests/show/the-roots_criminal
    ^^
    yea i peeped this earlier imma see whats up

  8. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    SDP Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:11 pm
    ramadan this year was great for me. i helped a lot of poor people. i helped homeless centers…it was actually nice…

    and this is really random but

    i read this and it made me do the flavor flav

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    ^^^^
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  9. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Boosie, name 5 rappers who you consider to be lyrical

  10. Big Homie Says:

    http://www.tinyurl.com/6cpc9d

    ^ WOW

  11. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    philadelphia.craigslist.org/ers/881623034.html

    Reads:
    “I OFFER A CENTRAL CENTER CITY INCALL, CLEAN AND DISCREET
    DONT LET PHILLIES BE THE ONLY ONE FEELING LIKE A WINNER TODAY!!!”
    ^^^
    GATTTTTTT!

  12. SDP Says:

    SDP Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:11 pm
    ramadan this year was great for me. i helped a lot of poor people. i helped homeless centers…it was actually nice…

    and this is really random but

    i read this and it made me do the flavor flav

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW

    ^^^^
    NoSur. philadelphia.craigslist.org/ers/889327524.html

    ^^

    that one comes close…but i was trippin out about bitches like this

    who say “HEY I MET 34 GUYS..AND I AM NO SLUT….im still lookin for the one”…

    WTF??

    *grabs 380 and points at head*

  13. Boosie Says:

    Boosie Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:16 pm
    # Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:04 pm

    Please lets not start Boosie on his Pro south/ Anti lyrical rap ishhh…..i rather discuss other things

    ^%^^
    __________________________________________________________

    Lol, I was never pro-south and still not pro-south…..I was never anti lyrical rap and still not anti-lyrical rap…….

    What I am is anti emotional about the state of rap and anti contradiction…..I’m anti gate keeper, I’m anti generational….I’m anti only accepting artist if they sound like they’re from the 90’s….Thats why I say what I say cause hip-hoppers are so mad about this new state of rap, like they own it…..I’m anti regional also…

    Most music I listen to is from 90’s era, but I’m not stuck in my ways…just because I didn’t grow up liking a certain sound of rap doesn’t mean that the other sound is wack its just different…

  14. cOLD Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:15 pm
    http://www.tinyurl.com/6cpc9d

    ^ WOW

    ^*knows what it is*
    *cant stop myself from clicking*
    *fired*

  15. Boosie Says:

    Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:13 pm
    Boosie why you always talking about the 90’s rap B….like what you got against the 90’s?
    _________________________________________________________

    I have nothing against 90’s rap…that’s all I listen too….I have everything against 90’s gate keepers and those who listen to it and judge others from those standards…..They think that this shit is some phenomenon and that “their” music is the only good piece of music when the previous generation thought their music was trash and felt the EXACT same way they feel now….

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    ^^^
    GATTTTTTTTTTTTT!

  17. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    SDP please leave for that long ass comment…

  18. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    …Applaud Mufuckas with Deoderant stashed in they desk. and rubbers.

  19. Big Homie Says:

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

    Michelle may be a better dancer than me, but I am convinced I am a better dancer than John McCain

  20. b-ease Says:

    I don’t think he’s the best either, if you’re judging rap by 90’s standards…….it’s a different climate, being the “best” in this rap climate than being the best ten years ago…

    ^^
    Yea, being the best now means something different than being the best then. With that said, judging by 2008 and beyond standards, Ace Hood still isnt the best on the cover.

    What’s good Nah?

    *daps all in vicinity*

  21. SDP Says:

    did my comment just get moderated??

    FUCK YOU!!….

    see if i ever click on anymore Ads..

    fukin hater…

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    No homo, but me & boosie is on the same plane. Maybe it’s the age difference/region & overall tolerance w/o bias opinion between us that seperate us from the majority. Plug also, cause his favorite rapper is canibus, even tho I hate the dude bis, I can understand why he likes him, but his ear reaches out way further than most, & can accept *ahem*southern music*ahem* for what it is instead of comparing it to 90’s rap other aspects of rap. Co-sign ace hood being the most noticeable artist on the XXL cover, doesn’t matter if he isnt the most talented, the most talented w/o proper representation never gets mentioned, we all know that, but don’t throw the nigga that did make it threw the cracks under the bus because he got connections. That’s just how life is

    why it’s a nigga up north better than jordan who didn’t get that break? – jada

  23. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    @ Boosie

    I overstand your angle but why just because it a new generation shuld i conform just because thousands and thousands like it? I am allowed my opinion and as are you but judging music by the 90’s standards arent bad standards to go by…everything reaches it pinnacle and in my humble opinion hip hop has is graudally on its way down the slope. That just my opinion, keep in mind i like alot of current down south rappers. But for someone to say they dont like someone because they arent lyrical by the 90’s standards isnt asinine by any stretch of the imagination. I think some stuff is entertaining and other shit is just wack. Just Because the teenage demographic is in love with it doesnt neccessarily means its quality music it just means it happens to be hot at the time…..just my thoughts

  24. CiCi The Intern Says:

    *daps BD*

  25. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Pardon the typo’s

  26. Boosie Says:

    Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:14 pm
    Boosie, name 5 rappers who you consider to be lyrical
    _____________________________________________________________

    I’ll name some new cats

    blu
    term
    joell
    charles hamilton
    old school pick: Nas

  27. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    I’ll name some new cats

    blu
    term
    joell
    charles hamilton
    old school pick: Nas
    ^^^
    Ok, im not mad at that at all

  28. b-ease Says:

    Co-sign ace hood being the most noticeable artist on the XXL cover,

    ^^
    But that’s obvious. What does it mean to even point it out? Why does it matter? Fuck all the intangibles (i.e. lyricisism, fame, beat selection, whatever). The bottom line is that he isnt making the best MUSIC out of the cats on that cover.

  29. DUYUKID Says:

    still on the lyrical debate?

  30. eskay Says:

    SDP you fuck around like that one more time and you’ll get banned for life. you can stick your comment clicks up your mothers snatch for all I care.

  31. SDP Says:

    i find it hard when i hear charles hamilton being lyrical..

    hes fuckin average people…wtf…

    mims can spit better than him u deaf bastards

  32. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    @ boosie

    So Joell and Blue are lyrical but Buddens isnt? See what im saying…lol

  33. DUYUKID Says:

    roots remix contest…

    http://www.indabamusic.com/contests/show/the-roots_criminal
    ^^
    yea i peeped this earlier imma see whats up

    ^^^
    word… that’s wasup… make it fresh too…

    i’m workin on it right now

  34. eskay Says:

    to say that Ace Hood is more recognizable that Wale is the most absurd thing I’ve heard all day. I can go outside with a picture of Ace Hood right now and niggas will think I’m looking for a missing person.

  35. b-ease Says:

    For the record, I got no problem with Southern hiphop. I copped Ghetto D, Aqumini, Hard Knock Life, and Black Star within weeks of each other and they’re all classics to me. Pimp C was a genius. Juvenile and B.G. are great MC’s. But that doesnt mean that the south isnt putting out bullshit (just like every other region). And when they do, niggas should call em out.

    The worst thing that ever happened to hip hop was the creation of the “player hater”. Made it too hard to call a spade a spade.

  36. SDP Says:

    # eskay Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:33 pm

    SDP you fuck around like that one more time and you’ll get banned for life. you can stick your comment clicks up your mothers snatch for all I care.

    ^^
    telepromptedanthems.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/u-mad1.jpg

  37. SDP Says:

    lmmfao

    tell me why when i was reading eskays comment i was hearing my moms voice

  38. Joe 88 Says:

    But that’s obvious. What does it mean to even point it out? Why does it matter? Fuck all the intangibles (i.e. lyricisism, fame, beat selection, whatever). The bottom line is that he isnt making the best MUSIC out of the cats on that cover.

    ^The point is he’s doing what every artist that wanna be known & wanna make money off there music is doing, being exposed to the public, do you think jeezy cared about being lyrical? Hell no, but you really think wale is rapping for the sake of rapping? Really? Really? I know ya’ll don’t think rappers rap, go to the studio & make these trackes for the sake of there health do ya’ll? That’s the whole purpose of rapping, easy e said it years ago, we tryna make money, so for real, fuck being nice if you can feed ya family being a bum at rapping, real talk, jay-z been said it, & he’s looked at as the god MC. So

    Ace hood 1
    The rest on that cover 0

    So far

  39. SDP Says:

    yo when did nahright turn into a nursery LOL.

    is there a time-out corner in here?

  40. Joe 88 Says:

    eskay Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:34 pm
    to say that Ace Hood is more recognizable that Wale is the most absurd thing I’ve heard all day. I can go outside with a picture of Ace Hood right now and niggas will think I’m looking for a missing person.

    ^You live in NY, case close. Them niggas don’t like nothing outside of NY, you know this, I know this

  41. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    LOLOL yo does everyone has that Cam “You Mad” pic on file? It would take me like 5 mins on google before i can post it…

    *Saves Cam pic* (no)

  42. Joe 88 Says:

    The worst thing that ever happened to hip hop was the creation of the “player hater”. Made it too hard to call a spade a spade.

    ^Blame biggie for that, NY crowned king, smh

  43. SDP Says:

    ok ok let me be serious..

    nigga

    its the internet. i cant express myself.

    i honestly thought that hoe was a hoe even tho she was claiming not to be.

    its a free country

    and hoes have a BIG PLACE IN HIPHOP..

    and this IS a hiphop website

    so?? where did i go wrong?

    honestly..

  44. Boosie Says:

    Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:27 pm
    @ Boosie

    I overstand your angle but why just because it a new generation shuld i conform just because thousands and thousands like it? I am allowed my opinion and as are you but judging music by the 90’s standards arent bad standards to go by…everything reaches it pinnacle and in my humble opinion hip hop has is graudally on its way down the slope. That just my opinion, keep in mind i like alot of current down south rappers. But for someone to say they dont like someone because they arent lyrical by the 90’s standards isnt asinine by any stretch of the imagination. I think some stuff is entertaining and other shit is just wack. Just Because the teenage demographic is in love with it doesnt neccessarily means its quality music it just means it happens to be hot at the time…..just my thoughts
    ___________________________________________________________

    I totally understand and true there is a lot of trash going on in the south….BUT there was just as much trash popping off in the north during the 90’s as well but we put that on the back burner….Pop music of any era will always get played on the radio and basically its all lot of dudes who can spit in the south but you hear mostly snap and jig songs….BUT one can’t take that and be the meaning of what they are only about….I mean we were all underground heads and knew the real from the fake….but Most of us aren’t underground southern hip-hop heads cause that’s not the era we grew up in nor the climate..

    AND you gotta understand….No generation has never liked the next generation’s music…that’s just understood….My moms didn’t like my music her moms didnt like her music and so I never get caught up into that. Good music will always be good music throughout any time period….Again before its all said and done, t.i. and wayne will possibly go down as top ten rappers of all time….you may say its assanine but in reality who ever has power always writes the history….New York had hip-hop for so long that whatever they said went, so now the tables have turned and it just isn’t so…..Thats just the nature of the game whether you like it or not…..Motown in Detroit had their run….they held it down….that style of music aint poppin no more….it is what it is….the nature of the game

  45. the watcherz Says:

    to say that Ace Hood is more recognizable that Wale is the most absurd thing I’ve heard all day. I can go outside with a picture of Ace Hood right now and niggas will think I’m looking for a missing person.
    ^^
    i hate to break it 2 u eskay…but many people are familiar wit ace hood just off that single alone

  46. b-ease Says:

    @ joe

    I overstand all that. I just don’t see what it has to do with anything. I’m not saying Ace Hood isnt making good music because he isnt lyrical. I’m saying he isnt making good music because his music happens to suck.

  47. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    For the record, I got no problem with Southern hiphop. I copped Ghetto D, Aqumini, Hard Knock Life, and Black Star within weeks of each other and they’re all classics to me. Pimp C was a genius. Juvenile and B.G. are great MC’s. But that doesnt mean that the south isnt putting out bullshit (just like every other region). And when they do, niggas should call em out.
    ^^^
    well put

    Wat up Ease

  48. b-ease Says:

    ^Blame biggie for that, NY crowned king, smh

    ^^
    Blame Puff nigga. Puff. lol

  49. b-ease Says:

    *daps d-block*

  50. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Them niggas don’t like nothing outside of NY, you know this, I know this
    ^^^^
    False cuz niggas dont like Ace Hood and webbie we hate the south

    I.E.

    Ross >

    Jeezy >

    Buck >

    Wayne>

    3k>

    Tip >

    try again Joe

  51. Ty big's Says:

    eskay Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:34 pm
    to say that Ace Hood is more recognizable that Wale is the most absurd thing I’ve heard all day. I can go outside with a picture of Ace Hood right now and niggas will think I’m looking for a missing person.

    … co-sign i ain’t never heard of ace hood except a couple mentions on here, thats no shots fired but no way is he more known than Wale, ok maybe Ace Hood is known in the south but so is Wale and guess what Wale is known up here more than ace hood easy, I’m not dissing ace hood I’ve never heard his shit and I can’t be hating on the south cause I’m saying wale is the most known

  52. b-ease Says:

    ^You live in NY, case close. Them niggas don’t like nothing outside of NY, you know this, I know this

    ^^
    But Wale’s from DC.

  53. PW Says:

    Yesterday, this was the funniest shit id seen in forever…
    youtube.com/watch?v=dPsNi1k8Df4

    But THIS just took the cake…

    youtube.com/watch?v=BUS6nKpddec

  54. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Again before its all said and done, t.i. and wayne will possibly go down as top ten rappers of all time….
    ^^^^
    I wouldnt be surprised, they both have 5 Lp’s left in them a piece if not more….

  55. G7 Says:

    J-hood > Ace hood

  56. Boosie Says:

    Lets throw out the south and the north……If ace hood and wale was to step into utah, kansas, north dakota, and south dakota…..Ace hood would be more recognizable….

    Ace hood is on a much bigger record than wale has ever been so far in this lifetime….that khaled joint is known world wide….wale is fairly noticeable….

  57. Ty big's Says:

    b-ease Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 3:46 pm
    ^You live in NY, case close. Them niggas don’t like nothing outside of NY, you know this, I know this

    ^^
    But Wale’s from DC.

    ….. sssshhhhhhhsssshhhh don’t point that shit out to him it’s much more fun to just let the irony of such statements breath …….

  58. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    ^^
    But Wale’s from DC.
    ^^^
    *Kidney failure*

  59. eskay Says:

    >>You live in NY, case close. Them niggas don’t like nothing outside of NY, you know this, I know this

    that’s just you stereotyping New York niggas. ain’t nobody checking for Ace Hood up north or down south.

  60. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

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

  61. Carlos Voltron Says:

    There’s nothing wrong with Southern Hip-hop; it’s just when you say the south, you could mean florida, atlanta, alabama, what have you. They have a lot of talented cats, but many more garbage acts, just like in NY or philly or detroit. It’s just that every southern state is lumped together regardless of their differences. Because of that, people can say “the south makes shitty hip-hop” and can name 99 wack artists easily because the area is so big. But I’m pretty sure the ratio of good rappers/bad rappers matches NY’s or Chicago’s if not surpassing it.

  62. Joe 88 Says:

    Blame Puff nigga. Puff. lol

    ^lol

    For the record, ace hood sucks, but being the most talented has nothing to do with being the most popular, most of these niggas on these websites (no shots at none of ya’ll, seriously) be acting like that’s not a fact, the most popular = most loved = the one who’s looked at as better, back in middle school, who do you remember the most? The nerd who know every question, or the most popular kid at school who was fresh every day, etc? the big O had better stats that jordan, but who do they look at as the greatest? Exactly, so for ya’ll to say some one shouldn’t be mentioned with others because they aint as talented as ya’ll want them to be is really saying “I was a nerd in school, i’m a nerd now, so i’m rooting for the under dog” To say you don’t like ones music is one thing, okay, that’s your opinion, but to lie to yourself & say things like “ace hood isnt more noticable than charles” is beyond stupid.

    you say 30’s the new 20, well you 40

  63. b-ease Says:

    @ joe and boosie

    I understand why it matters to them (the rappers) about who’s making more money and who has more fame. I just dont see why it would matter to US.

  64. DIGITAL SCALES Says:

    Sorry eskay nobody outside nahright heard of Wale

    And if they have they still calling him whale..

    What’s good tho, daps all

  65. G7 Says:

    nah right is the first and only place i’ve ever seen Ace Hood mentioned

  66. eskay Says:

    >>i hate to break it 2 u eskay…but many people are familiar wit ace hood just off that single alone

    lol @ nobody knowing the name of the single.

  67. b-ease Says:

    Lets keep it one hunnid. NONE of the niggas on that cover are famous in any real sense. I don’t think that should matter when quantifying their music, but whatever…

  68. Boosie Says:

    I said this before and I have to reiterate….there is a life outside of nahright…

    when I’m talking regonizable it means….10-20 year old white and asian girls and white business exects 30-50…..Ya’ll still thinking about niggas around the corner….we all know who buys the cd’s….and it aint niggas..

  69. Joe 88 Says:

    that’s just you stereotyping New York niggas. ain’t nobody checking for Ace Hood up north or down south.

    ^True, but nobody is checking for wale either, I know D.C niggas that don’t even know who he is, but everybody heard the “out here grinding” track, so when you say “you know who ace is?” they would be like “who?” you can atleast say “the out here grinding track, and the shit with trey songs” wale don’t have a video. How did most of these niggas find rap without living in ny or w/o a computer? smh there are so out of this world

  70. the watcherz Says:

    wale is internet famous….sadly enough it iz what it iz…..strangly enough their a large number of people who dnt follow up on the blogs that much…there alot of people who never been on a blog period….but how many people you know havent watched bet or mtv or mtv jamz which ace got on smash right now…..just cause u ignore it dosent mean it’s not out there…i never seen wale on anything other than the internet

  71. Boosie Says:

    On the real Go look at the youtube hits and type in ACE HOOD and then TYPE in WALE…..Ace hood youtube hits are waaaaay more than wale….wale can’t even crack 500,000

    case closed Ace hood is more known than wale….

    shits disgusting b…..smh at us arguing this

  72. eskay Says:

    more people know Curren$y then Ace Hood just off his association with Wayne.

    I got money that says Blu has a bigger fan base and could fill more clubs than Ace Hood.

    B.o.B. has a chorus on arguably the second biggest Southern rapper on the planet’s new album, which also happens to feature Ludacris.

    and you’re tellin me more people know Ace Hood?

  73. Ty big's Says:

    To say you don’t like ones music is one thing, okay, that’s your opinion, but to lie to yourself & say things like “ace hood isnt more noticable than charles” is beyond stupid.

    …. and your only talking about your point of view in B-more, so maybe you think Ace hood is more known in B-more but I promise Charles is more well known in the tri-state than ace hood,as Wale is much more known up here, now I realize the country exists of much more than those 3 states but thats all I can speak for just like you can only speak for b-more so for anyone to put one as more known than the other as fact is a ridiculous statement, unless you got some exit polls taken from registered xxl subscribers than you can’t say shit for fact …..

    I still would have a hard time believing anyone on that cover is more known countrywide than Wale but thats just my guess

  74. b-ease Says:

    when I’m talking regonizable it means….10-20 year old white and asian girls and white business exects 30-50…..Ya’ll still thinking about niggas around the corner….we all know who buys the cd’s….and it aint niggas..

    ^^
    But what does it matter who’s more recognizable? If that’s how you determine who’s a dope artist, you lost. If that’s not how you determine it, what point exactly are you making? That wasnt rhetorical. Seriously, what is the point?

  75. Jamz Says:

    Ace Hood? Never heard of him…

    Goes to Google site immediately

  76. Carlos Voltron Says:

    Holy shit this track is fire

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