Video: VP Records Documentary on Mavado

Here’s a 12-minute mini-documentary on Mavado. Fat shouts to Cipha Sounds for adding me to the Reggae fraternity.

Spotted at The FADER.


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78 Responses to “Video: VP Records Documentary on Mavado”

  1. Ty big's Says:

    boosie said : Khaled is waaay more popular than those xxl guys so it would be fair to assume that Ace hood would be more popular than those xxl guys off the strength of those khaled songs that they played 20 -30 times a day

    ….. true but again Wale has made guest appearances, he was on the roots album I know the roots don’t sell but they have a huge ( especially white ) fan base, shit Wale is even on the Madden soundtrack and had a song in one of the NBA games last year, a mixtape on seinfeld, the nigga did joint interviews on espn and other shit with seinfeld, he has done tracks with lil wayne kanye bun b the clipse and god knows how many more, I think thats more noticable appearances than ace hood has

  2. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    http://www.yallabunchofyellowbelliedbustasonyagatttdamn‘puters.com

  3. the watcherz Says:

    SMH @ niggas bringing up that I haven’t brung up in this argument, I never said a thing about webbie, I never co-signed ace hood music, ya’ll lettin the talent get in the way of facts, that’s how I know ya’ll turning to internet geeks, ya’ll letting the music dictate what’s popular.

    Bring up the post I said webbie was popular since ya’ll can’t keep his name out ya’ll mouth? Exactly, ya’ll use to have a grip of the real world, now ya’ll falling into the internets graps.

    When I say internets graps, it’s just like peer pressure, if the only people your around smoke, guess what? your smoking, so if the only people you talk to is n=internet niggas, guess what? no need ton converse further

    GET OFF THE FUCKING COMPUTER
    ^^
    co-sign….im not webbie or ace fan but i dnt understand what make niggas so agry or purpexed at the fact they hot

  4. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    http://www.AlldemXXLguysarehellabetterthanAceHood.com

  5. Ty big's Says:

    Joe 88 Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:25 pm
    SMH @ niggas bringing up that I haven’t brung up in this argument, I never said a thing about webbie, I never co-signed ace hood music, ya’ll lettin the talent get in the way of facts, that’s how I know ya’ll turning to internet geeks, ya’ll letting the music dictate what’s popular.

    Bring up the post I said webbie was popular since ya’ll can’t keep his name out ya’ll mouth? Exactly, ya’ll use to have a grip of the real world, now ya’ll falling into the internets graps.

    When I say internets graps, it’s just like peer pressure, if the only people your around smoke, guess what? your smoking, so if the only people you talk to is n=internet niggas, guess what? no need ton converse further

    GET OFF THE FUCKING COMPUTER

    …. this excerpt has been taken from the Irony section of the dictionary ….

    why is it that you assume your the only one who does sometimes walk outside, just because we don’t share your skewed points of view that means we don’t do anything but sit on the internet, even when trying to try and tell people to be open minded about shit you are still the most closed minded individual I have ever come ( none ) across on the internet or in person

  6. Joe 88 Says:

    Still smh @ people who think that because your better means you should get noticed.

    All your life you heard the saying “it’s not what you know, but who you know” same thing with rap.

    Ninjas be mad when there favorite artist doesn’t get shine, female shit.

    I’ll be back. Take out is here

  7. SpotOn Says:

    this argument again.

    The internet is not enough to make a HUGE impact in hiphop YET. Im sure these dudes eat, but not like people who have a “real world” cosign.

    The streets/real world still rule whats hot on TV and billboard charts. The XXL cover is dope because it sheds some light on some real talents, but when I talk to people in real life about most of those people on the XXL cover, they have no idea…except Ace Hood who was by no means an internet star imo.

    In alot of ways, Nahright/internets is still a bubble, you cant forget that.

  8. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    why people bitch so much about Ace Hood…if you believe yourself that Ace Hood aint good and that the rest of the cats are better (not popular cause that would be between Wale and Ace) then keep it moving…everybody loves to prove they Opinions as Truth…

    i dont give a fuck if ace hood on XXL…he got Durka Durka as his DJ/Manager/Co-Signer so he’s gonna get soem shine more than the other cats…cause the rest of them are Interent only cats…except Wale.

  9. Boosie Says:

    Ty big’s Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:30 pm
    boosie said : Khaled is waaay more popular than those xxl guys so it would be fair to assume that Ace hood would be more popular than those xxl guys off the strength of those khaled songs that they played 20 -30 times a day

    ….. true but again Wale has made guest appearances, he was on the roots album I know the roots don’t sell but they have a huge ( especially white ) fan base, shit Wale is even on the Madden soundtrack and had a song in one of the NBA games last year, a mixtape on seinfeld, the nigga did joint interviews on espn and other shit with seinfeld, he has done tracks with lil wayne kanye bun b the clipse and god knows how many more, I think thats more noticable appearances than ace hood has
    __________________________________________________________

    Ok wale has all that but it still doesn’t equal the popularity that Ace hood has….ace hood has songs that have mad the charts wale has none of that….ace has more people watching his videos that are meant to be seen on tv….I’m talking the music videos that are debuted on tv then people record them then put them on the net….wale is an artist on interscope or some shit like that so I would expect him to get all that for marketing purposes but no way is wale songs being played more than Ace hood….Ace has khaled in his corner which is just about the biggest co-sign you can get from a DJ….plus he has Ross who will come through who is more known than the roots and will give him a verse or two….

    the Miami rap scene> new york rap scene….the record sales indicate that…with the exception of 50 and Jay but they are global and have been on the scene..

    But if you believe wale is more known than ace hood then it is what it is and we shall see in the next months

  10. Joe 88 Says:

    @ Ty

    I’m far from closed minded, I listen to every artist ya’ll begged me to listen to, belive it or not.

    I could sit here and tell ya’ll how much I enjoy MM2 but would you really belive me, or think i’m just saying that for the sake of saving face in this arguement? I could say I listen to MC rah rah rah, but why? I’m far from closed minded, I can only speak on what I see, & what I see is far from what ya’ll preceive as the truth, just being honest

  11. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    Still smh @ people who think that because your better means you should get noticed.

    ^^^

    not in rap…it’s like life…its who you know, and how many co-signs you get. thats what makes a MC/Rapper popular.

    you wihs it was that way but it’s not.

  12. Boosie Says:

    Joe88 saying Ace hood is more popular does not mean he is saying that he is better than all them cats on xxl cover….

    If I say New York hip-hop aint popping right now is not hate…its truth and then its perceived as I don’t like New York hip-hop when in actuality most of my fav. artist are from there….

    Lets differentiate truth from hate….a true statement is not a hate statement.

  13. Joe 88 Says:

    Co-sign boosie, again. And spotOn

  14. SpotOn Says:

    ….. true but again Wale has made guest appearances, he was on the roots album I know the roots don’t sell but they have a huge ( especially white ) fan base, shit Wale is even on the Madden soundtrack and had a song in one of the NBA games last year, a mixtape on seinfeld, the nigga did joint interviews on espn and other shit with seinfeld, he has done tracks with lil wayne kanye bun b the clipse and god knows how many more, I think thats more noticable appearances than ace hood has

    ^^^^ Wale music >>>> Ace Hood music,

    but seriously, Ace Hood has hits on radio and on TV. As far as high profile hits, Wale was only on that Roots guest appearance, which wasnt as big as all the songs Ace Hood has been on. Ace Hood would sell more albums than Wale if they released albums next week.

  15. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    ace hood has songs that have mad the charts

    ^^^

    has he…no argument…I really never heard duke’s tracks except hearing ABOUT him as Dukra Durka’s protege/co-signed rapper

    I guess he been on one of those Flordia Khaled squaded up tracks…

  16. Ghost writer Says:

    *shows up for a Reggae post*

    Big up Eskay for posting this…..

    Top 5 hottest chick for today
    1. Shorty at the bank
    2. Chick that came in for a meeting
    3. Chick walking on the street
    4. Bitch that was smoking that blew the smoke at me when we was eye fucking
    5. Co-worker

  17. Ty big's Says:

    Ok wale has all that but it still doesn’t equal the popularity that Ace hood has….ace hood has songs that have mad the charts wale has none of that….ace has more people watching his videos that are meant to be seen on tv….I’m talking the music videos that are debuted on tv then people record them then put them on the net….wale is an artist on interscope or some shit like that so I would expect him to get all that for marketing purposes but no way is wale songs being played more than Ace hood….Ace has khaled in his corner which is just about the biggest co-sign you can get from a DJ….plus he has Ross who will come through who is more known than the roots and will give him a verse or two….

    the Miami rap scene> new york rap scene….the record sales indicate that…with the exception of 50 and Jay but they are global and have been on the scene..

    But if you believe wale is more known than ace hood then it is what it is and we shall see in the next months

    ….. first i never said for sure Wale was more known, I said I couldn’t possibly know that because I can only speak for the tri-state, I was just challenging your statement as fact, you make some good and valid points maybe ace hood is much more known than I thought but real talk he is the only one on that cover I haven’t heard of outside of nah right, also sometimes its better to not blow up too quick on some one-hit wonder shit ( which it sounds like you guys are saying he is ) and just be known for a decade plus …..

  18. Boosie Says:

    me too I gotta agree with joe on all his points and also spot on….

    like if me and joe say something, people are ready to be up in arms but if its coming from a spot on who is perceived to be a reasonable dude….people will listen and take his word…it is what its and thats the nature of the game

  19. Ghost writer Says:

    *goes back to ghost mode*

  20. Ty big's Says:

    Boosie Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:44 pm
    Joe88 saying Ace hood is more popular does not mean he is saying that he is better than all them cats on xxl cover….

    If I say New York hip-hop aint popping right now is not hate…its truth and then its perceived as I don’t like New York hip-hop when in actuality most of my fav. artist are from there….

    Lets differentiate truth from hate….a true statement is not a hate statement.

    … depends on how you say it but for the most part I will co-sign this, but also just because you think BY hip-hop ain’t popping right now doesn’t mean everyone feels that way ( not saying you said that ) but when you guys just yell nobodys checking for these niggas they ain;t whats popping in the streets that shit is all irrelevant as well

  21. pockets Says:

    wats funny is i was just reading boosies comment that ace hood is the most popular, then i click on this post and other people are thinking waht i was thinking that prolly wale is more popular than him

    its safe to assume wale owns the DMV region, while in miami u got so many other ppl, ace hood isnt heard.

  22. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    damn this dude of Def Jam?…

    Jeezy # 2 I say ha. naw F that Jeezy got more sense than this cat…but anyways yeah he look like he gonna be the next Jeezy/Florida/Rick Ross MTV/BET big hit…well hope he has something good to say.

  23. the watcherz Says:

    you what….im starting to think ace actually do deserve to be on the cover….if he was able to stur up this much in nahright i can only imangine what will happen sumwhere else……so wheather u like or not he did his job he made yall talk about him….i got a feeling sum of yall like ace music and just dnt wanna amitt it….me personally he’s not that bad

  24. pockets Says:

    , Wale was only on that Roots guest appearance, which wasnt as big as all the songs Ace Hood has been on.

    ^okay if thats true ace hood has mad songs on the chart then i just dont know about that guy.

  25. SDP Says:

    Lil wayne got the push from the white hipsters too, when they fucked with him everyone started liking him
    ^^

    shit….boosie i hope you don’t think that’s true

    i know for a damn fact you don’t think that’s true..

    thats the funniest shit u’ve said all day

  26. pockets Says:

    yo boosie the thing is tho, i know u dont hate on souljah boi because hes just the new wave and is different than what the older peeps are used to, so why dont u just admit u listen to him.

  27. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    I tell you what though on the real…

    Fleet Foxes > Ace Hood > Wale > rest of them XXL cats

    *goes into corner*

  28. SDP Says:

    joe i thought u..or maybe some ppl on here said u were a big fan of webbie and them…

  29. Big_Seth Says:

    Okay then being real for a second. Wale got mixtapes online right. The whole world can get them. Ace Hood Has em in the streets and dudes in the south can get them.

    Assuming that they are of equal talent, the dude online has built more trust in fans since a broader audience has heard of them. If I trust an artist to give me a good album and not just a good ringtone I’ll cop the whole disc. and I bet many people agree. Wale would sell more albums just because he has instilled more trust in his fans. Ace hood has a song in the club… You can’t trust that. You won’t know what you are buying.

  30. Chase Says:

    *Daps to Eskay for the Mavado Post*

    Gangsta For Life

  31. Ty big's Says:

    Joe 88 Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:40 pm
    @ Ty

    I’m far from closed minded, I listen to every artist ya’ll begged me to listen to, belive it or not.

    I could sit here and tell ya’ll how much I enjoy MM2 but would you really belive me, or think i’m just saying that for the sake of saving face in this arguement? I could say I listen to MC rah rah rah, but why? I’m far from closed minded, I can only speak on what I see, & what I see is far from what ya’ll preceive as the truth, just being honest

    …. you just sat here and said you listened to a charles hamilton interview and you don’t care if he is pac big and nas rolled into a dutch and you still wouldn’t listen to him. if thats not close minded than someone needs to call websters cause they need a new definition

  32. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    # SDP Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    Lil wayne got the push from the white hipsters too, when they fucked with him everyone started liking him
    ^^

    shit….boosie i hope you don’t think that’s true

    i know for a damn fact you don’t think that’s true..

    thats the funniest shit u’ve said all day

    ^^^

    that shit is true…them college white hipsters and the white chicks is singing lil wayne’s lolipop when like 5 years ago they was like who?…500 Degreez? There was a Carter 1?…he was cool with Juvenile?…ha.

  33. Boosie Says:

    I don’t think ace hood is trash, I think he is decent but I’m not going out of my to listen to his music…I’m still stuck in the oldies music but I try not to judge music off the strength of what I grew up on….

    Dude is decent at best and he could very well blow up….his radio hits are what they are; radio hits…They’re not bad, so I’m not on the scale that he is trash I just don’t go out of my way to listen to him

  34. Eastern_Digital Says:

    being different >>> being better than another rapper

  35. Joe 88 Says:

    ….i got a feeling sum of yall like ace music and just dnt wanna amitt it….me personally he’s not that bad

    ^ace hood sucks, he couldn’t even rhyme the word house, but his video is on 106, while I didn’t know how wale looked a week ago, & I be on nah right, and that’s the whole intent of this arguement.

  36. Carlos Voltron Says:

    *Sees argument*
    *Deletes Blu and Wale from itunes because they aren’t popular enough*
    *Adds two Ace Hood songs*

  37. Boosie Says:

    Eastern_Digital Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:54 pm
    being different >>> being better than another rapper
    ___________________________________________________________

    this might go down as the greatest >>> in nahright history

  38. pockets Says:

    wait wait wale made songs with kanye and clipse?

  39. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    # Eastern_Digital Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:54 pm

    being different >>> being better than another rapper

    ^^^

    hmmm…well aint too many cats different in the game right now…so…

    Being the same and gettin co-signs >>> being better than anotehr rapper > beign different

  40. Joe 88 Says:

    joe i thought u..or maybe some ppl on here said u were a big fan of webbie and them…

    ^I am, but I never said he was popular.

    >you just sat here and said you listened to a charles hamilton interview and you don’t care if he is pac big and nas rolled into a dutch and you still wouldn’t listen to him. if thats not close minded than someone needs to call websters cause they need a new definition

    ^I said I heard him freestyle also, do ya’ll read comments or skim thru them? smfh

  41. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    later.

  42. Eastern_Digital Says:

    *has swagger liek puff*

    *buys Maurice Malone*

  43. pockets Says:

    for hilarity, peep the b.o.b. hip hop saved my life post

  44. SDP Says:

    that shit is true…them college white hipsters and the white chicks is singing lil wayne’s lolipop when like 5 years ago they was like who?…500 Degreez? There was a Carter 1?…he was cool with Juvenile?…ha.

    ^^

    umm..WRONG.

    ur right..but not about his point..ur right about something completely different..

    we’re talkin about the we takin ova, a million features, “wayne can’t make a hit by himself” days…..drought 3, …..

    not at the point of his throne.

    get your facts right.

  45. Boosie Says:

    pockets Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:51 pm
    yo boosie the thing is tho, i know u dont hate on souljah boi because hes just the new wave and is different than what the older peeps are used to, so why dont u just admit u listen to him.

    ___________________________________________________________

    thats the thing I don’t listen to soulja boy…I only hear of him on the radio and in people’s cars when I’m driving by….you take me defending him as me liking him and listening and buying all his songs….just like when people took me as saying ace hood is more popular as me co-signing ace hood as the best rapper out now…

    You gotta learn to make the distinction…I make truth and factual statements even if it hurts me to say it…..

    factual statement #

  46. Barpan Music Says:

    mo mavado posts….gangstaaa fiii liiiiifeeee……

  47. SpotOn Says:

    Big_Seth Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:52 pm
    Okay then being real for a second. Wale got mixtapes online right. The whole world can get them. Ace Hood Has em in the streets and dudes in the south can get them.

    Assuming that they are of equal talent, the dude online has built more trust in fans since a broader audience has heard of them. If I trust an artist to give me a good album and not just a good ringtone I’ll cop the whole disc. and I bet many people agree. Wale would sell more albums just because he has instilled more trust in his fans. Ace hood has a song in the club… You can’t trust that. You won’t know what you are buying.

    ^^^This would make sense, but the reality is that internet fans dont buy albums.

  48. the watcherz Says:

    being different >>> being better than another rapper
    ^^
    it just one thing about that….everyones tryna be different..so if everyone’s diffrent …what make u so different…niggas need to stop tryna be different and just be themselves….becoming different becoming so chiche nowadays

  49. Ty big's Says:

    pockets Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:55 pm
    wait wait wale made songs with kanye and clipse?

    he is on that song with pusha T and bun b. so technically not the clipse but whatever, I might of reached on the Kanye now that I think about it it might of just been on a remix or 2 but something was making me think he did a song with Kanye

  50. Boosie Says:

    SDP,

    who do you think bought those lil wayne albums?

  51. Chase Says:

    One artist being better than another artist is a relative term. Some may think that Ace Hood is better than Wale and vice versa based on what they like to listen to.

    If I say that Shyne is better than 50, there would be an uproar in here and some may call for my banishment from Nahright for an indefinite amount of time. But in my ears and perspective he is.

    What I think is good music and what someone else thinks is good music will always differ. And the fact that we can say, hey MC Milkshake is garbage is the beauty of having an opinion. Albeit, your opinion may not mean shit to the next man.

  52. SpotOn Says:

    pockets Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:57 pm
    for hilarity, peep the b.o.b. hip hop saved my life post

    ^^^I saw that this morning with the itunes deletes. I couldnt stop laughing.

  53. SpotOn Says:

    One artist being better than another artist is a relative term. Some may think that Ace Hood is better than Wale and vice versa based on what they like to listen to.

    ^^^Just to clarify what i was saying, I meant that I like wale music more than Ace Hood music.

  54. DIGITAL SCALES Says:

    Didn’t ace hood have a song with t pain and they had a video?

  55. Joe 88 Says:

    And for the record, charles freestyled before the interview I watched on nah right, so that counts as 2 times I gave him a chance (n/h) ya’ll niggas is wild. Majority rules on nah right I guess, but hey, my impact > _______ ya’ll know I speak the truth, boosie as well, when ya’ll leave out of that shell ya’ll call “real life” we can come to an agreement, but until then ya’ll are just stuck on pluto

    *continues watching “I love the 80’s 3D”

  56. Chase Says:

    ^^^Just to clarify what i was saying, I meant that I like wale music more than Ace Hood music.

    ^Duly noted. But for the record, i never listened to either of them, so I have no opinion one way or the other about them both.

  57. SpotOn Says:

    Carlos Voltron Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:54 pm
    *Sees argument*
    *Deletes Blu and Wale from itunes because they aren’t popular enough*
    *Adds two Ace Hood songs*

    ^^^LOL

    what would the internets be without Sean Coonery?

  58. Ty big's Says:

    >you just sat here and said you listened to a charles hamilton interview and you don’t care if he is pac big and nas rolled into a dutch and you still wouldn’t listen to him. if thats not close minded than someone needs to call websters cause they need a new definition

    ^I said I heard him freestyle also, do ya’ll read comments or skim thru them? smfh

    ….. I did see that but whats the point of listening if you admit no matter how nice he is you won’t like it, also you listened to a real ” freestyle ” he was just playing around you need to check some songs off one of his many crazy mixtapes to make an accurate judgment, you probably still wouldn’t like him anyway but if you admit your not gonna like him anyway why would you listening to one freestyle get you any points ?

  59. Joe 88 Says:

    Didn’t ace hood have a song with t pain and they had a video?

    ^yep “cash flow” with T-Pain & rick rawwwws, only reason I like the video is because my girl “snoop from the wire” was in it, but the song is sweaty ass cheeks

  60. SpotOn Says:

    Objectivity in arguments >>>>>>

  61. Boosie Says:

    For the record….my fav artist on that cover is BLU….I listen to that below the heavens regularly….

    and this is just my opinion and a lot of you dudes secretly co-sign this but wont cause eskay might son you but Mickey facts is straight trash and ass all rolled into one….

    wasn’t crooked I on the last leader of the new school cover….yeah where did that get him…..I bet eskay thought skyzoo should have been on there too…

  62. Ty big's Says:

    pockets Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:57 pm
    for hilarity, peep the b.o.b. hip hop saved my life post

    …. co-sign hootie caught an e-beatdown in that post ….

  63. RIGZ Says:

    See it deh..?

    U kno ‘ow long mi waan fi see deez sorta post deh pon nahright?

    Big up the Gully God

  64. RIGZ Says:

    U lot seem to be having some sorta deep discussion

    *Reads last post to see wha gwarn*

  65. PW Says:

    Busy Signal and Assassin >>>>>>>> anything else in dancehall

  66. Eastern_Digital Says:

    being different >>> being better than another rapper
    ^^
    it just one thing about that….everyones tryna be different..so if everyone’s diffrent …what make u so different…niggas need to stop tryna be different and just be themselves….becoming different becoming so chiche nowadays

    ^^
    that’s not what i mean. Like for that nigga Grafh, he TRIES to be different with that wierd flow he has(used to have? i havent listened to sth in the last months). While Max B IS different with his rap/singing shit(BTNH was singing/rap, Max has his focus in rapping). And Asher Roth IS different cuz he’s a white college kid that is rapping that made it to some kind of stardom. As for all these The Hundreds/Alife NYC streetwear niggas(Wale, Mickey, Cool Kids, Kidz in the Hall)….at the beginning it was cool, but now there’s just too many of em.

    You just are different or you not. If you try to be, people’ll notice.

  67. Joe 88 Says:

    @ Ty

    The freestyle of charles I heard was before he was the internet “chosen one” it didn’t move me, and your the one who said a while ago that you only need one song to dictate if you like a artist or not when I tried to get you to listen to juvenile, so what’s really the difference between my logic & yours? I listen to everyone with open ears, if it wasn’t for nah right I wouldn’t of heard of ransom (well actually I heard his R.I.P song to stack in my homeboy car & I seen his name around these parts so I got the link from one of ya’ll (n/h) it was a wrap) or max b, so yeah, I give niggas a shot (n/h) with a honest opinion. I’m still tryna get my homies down with max, but they aint hip to the internet blogs like that, so they wouldn’t know the impact a internet artist like Max B has right now.

    I like max B but currently he’s in the same boat as charles, & if I was set on winning debats & not speaking truth, I would lie & say “oh he’s popping in the streets”, but I won’t, gotta keep it ben franklin

  68. TheCo!!inB Says:

    I’m the best since HE died and HE lied (C) Pusha T
    ^ ^ ^ best opening line for a 16 EVER

  69. Eastern_Digital Says:

    # Boosie Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:55 pm

    Eastern_Digital Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:54 pm
    being different >>> being better than another rapper
    ___________________________________________________________

    this might go down as the greatest >>> in nahright history

    ^^
    thank you sir.

  70. RIGZ Says:

    # PW Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 6:10 pm

    Busy Signal and Assassin >>>>>>>> anything else in dancehall

    ^^

    Nosign.

    But cosign on them both being super ill…Da two ah dem been duppying the scene for a min now

    Dancehall > HipHop

  71. Ty big's Says:

    Boosie Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 6:07 pm
    For the record….my fav artist on that cover is BLU….I listen to that below the heavens regularly….

    and this is just my opinion and a lot of you dudes secretly co-sign this but wont cause eskay might son you but Mickey facts is straight trash and ass all rolled into one….

    wasn’t crooked I on the last leader of the new school cover….yeah where did that get him…..I bet eskay thought skyzoo should have been on there too…

    … word and I think Charles is the nicest out of that group and wale second, I would still guess wale is the most known but maybe I have missed the boat on how much shine ace hood is getting but while I avoid the radio mtv/bet when someone really blows up like you guys are making it seem like ace hood has I hear about it whether its soulja boy d4l dem franchise boys petey pablo j-kwon chingy, I didn’t watch those channels or listen to the radio then either but you couldn’t escape knowing those songs so i guess I’m just waiting to be overwhelmed by the amount of ace hood songs I hear being played, are or you guys telling me he has reached that status and I just don’t know yet ?

  72. Joe 88 Says:

    And the whole “keeping it ben franklin” is my saying, I started that, so if you hear a ninjas saying that, he got it from nah right blogs from me me, lol

  73. SpotOn Says:

    Dancehall > HipHop

    ^^^No sign…maybe if I understood what them f$$kers were saying…lol

    nah but dancehall is the ish.

  74. Boosie Says:

    I like max B but currently he’s in the same boat as charles, & if I was set on winning debats & not speaking truth, I would lie & say “oh he’s popping in the streets”, but I won’t, gotta keep it ben franklin
    ____________________________________________________________

    LMAO….so true…no way in the world would I argue Max B is more known than wale or anyone on that cover because their all in the same boat.

  75. RIGZ Says:

    I actually met Wale at Mark Ronson’s video shoot for “Valerie”

    I never realised he was Wale til I watched the video yesterday

  76. Ty big's Says:

    Joe 88 Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 6:13 pm
    @ Ty

    The freestyle of charles I heard was before he was the internet “chosen one” it didn’t move me, and your the one who said a while ago that you only need one song to dictate if you like a artist or not when I tried to get you to listen to juvenile, so what’s really the difference between my logic & yours?

    ….. because I can listen to Juve and say thats a different category of rap I don’t like, I don’t like any rap that sounds like that any of it, I have heard lots of juve songs ( except slow motion I can’t lie thats a guilty pleasure ) and I hate them all I just don’t like that type of rap ( and thats why I said you probably wouldn’t like charles either ) but at the same time you do listen to some real good rap so I guess I just get thrown off when you go back and forth from talking about nas and cormega to webbie and max b. ( just using webbie as an example since you even say ace hood is trash ) also again it’s about how you say it because you go out of your way to say I’m not gonna listen to this just because I don’t like his shirt or he looks corny or some shit and coming from someone else I’d probably let it slide but with you wanting to do something in rap I would think you would try and adapt an different attitude especially if you ever want people to give you chance

  77. All Day Every Day Says:

    ace hood is garbage, nobody will know about him this time next year…time out…by the spring…

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