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Video: Heltah Skeltah ft. Buckshot & Ruste Juxx – So Damn Tuff

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71 Responses to “Video: Heltah Skeltah ft. Buckshot & Ruste Juxx – So Damn Tuff”

  1. Joe 88 Says:

    This is eskay’s type of music, the dustier, the better. Buckshot gets a pass, cause pac said so.

  2. secondbest21 Says:

    word…

  3. SpotOn Says:

    They took it back to those grimey videos from the 90s

    *awaits SMH at another “throwback” comment*

  4. BabyDoll Says:

    LOL @ Butterfly P!

  5. archangelIMPERIAL Says:

    Tuff Gong » So damn tuff

  6. Joe 88 Says:

    Everything from 2000 on has been a throwback, smh, where’s the “new ideas?” When kids in 2020 gonna wanna be “retro” & dress like niggas on 2000 on, there really gonna dress like people in 70’s/80’s, smfh. Nobody is doing anything new, everything has been a throwback.

    Shit’s wack B

  7. Big Homie Says:

    P!!!!

    Was just listening to this joint on my way back from lunch bumpin the Juxx mixtape.

    lol at the second video

  8. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    ^^^^
    no ideas original, theres nothin’ new under the sun
    it’s never what you do but how it’s done

  9. spirit equality Says:

    BCC!!!!!!!!

    joe88, hip-hop is based on sampling old ideas/sounds and putting them in a new context. yeah, they might not have been rocking 60’s gear in the 80s (except for the one de la video…lol) but let these kids have their fun. shit, who does it hurt? snoop was trying to relive the 70’s in the 90’s. it’s harmless.

  10. eskay Says:

    >>This is eskay’s type of music, the dustier, the better.

    uh-huh

  11. PHOENIXXX Says:

    Alfamega>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Max B

  12. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Joe 88 = a disgruntled nahright employee

  13. Big Homie Says:

    #16 off that Juxx mixtape >

  14. G7 Says:

    prolly my favourite joint off the album

  15. eskay Says:

    Joe88 = typical Baltimore nigga

    aggy for no reason from dope withdrawls.

  16. Joe 88 Says:

    I’m not hating on it, but when you think of this decade as a whole, what has it produced? This is the worst decade in rap yet, I know it’s only the third, but no progress has been made, nothing to look back on. Flashes of greatness, there are no elite artist that spawned from this decade, except for kanye, Jeezy, T.I, Wayne, 50 cent & a few others. This whole decade was a “get rich quick off of rap” scheme. But hey, i’m not complaining, just venting a lil.

  17. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Joe 88 = the epitome of a nigga wanting to be from NY terribly bad

  18. G7 Says:

    Joe was off his medication for delusion today

  19. Joe 88 Says:

    Joe88 = typical Baltimore nigga

    aggy for no reason from dope withdrawls.

    ^i’m not aggy, what would make you think that? I’m actually happier than majority of you “pure” hip hop heads, ya’ll complain about the smallest things, like why rusty shank aint got a video, but the get silly nigga does? I’m just thinking out loud (well online) cause for real, I could care less, I got instant access to any music I want, so i’m good, I don’t care if the artist I like never blow, or get a video, long as they make music.

    I’m holding a mirror to ya’ll niggas faces

  20. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    there are no elite artist that spawned from this decade, except for kanye, Jeezy, T.I, Wayne, 50 cent & a few others.
    ^^^
    How does this possibly make sense you turd

  21. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Like 50, T.I., Kanye, Wayne and Jeezy isnt enough…..and then you say others…..

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    Joe 88 = the epitome of a nigga wanting to be from NY terribly bad

    ^That’s so far from the truth it’s funny. If I was from new york, I might actually think like some of ya’ll (throws up in my mouth a lil bit).

    >Joe was off his medication for delusion today

    ^Me today = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dJu1Jj7VTw

  23. Big Homie Says:

    prolly my favourite joint off the album

    ^ The joint “WMD” with Smif N Wessun is nice too

  24. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Joey!

  25. eskay Says:

    >>ya’ll complain about the smallest things, like why rusty shank aint got a video, but the get silly nigga does?

    you know you ain’t never heard nothing like that coming from eskay’s mouth.

  26. Joe 88 Says:

    Like 50, T.I., Kanye, Wayne and Jeezy isnt enough…..and then you say others…..

    ^Compare them to the artist that came out in the 90’s, Nas, Jay-Z eminem, snoop, etc, then compare them to the 80’s rakim, run dmc, big daddy kane, etc, get my drift, imho, no one that came out this decade holds enough weight to carry the legacy, just saying

  27. TWC Says:

    Milk Carton: Jay’s Second Single

  28. Joe 88 Says:

    you know you ain’t never heard nothing like that coming from eskay’s mouth.

    ^Not you, but you know those type of nahggers be on this site, right?

    lol @ eskay speaking in 3rd person.

  29. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    there are no elite artist that spawned from this decade, except for kanye, Jeezy, T.I, Wayne, 50 cent & a few others
    ^^^
    usually it’s only 3-4 greats a generations and everyone else is just get called underrated years later

    nas, jay, prodigy

    kane, g rap, rakim

    pun, dmx, canibus

    pac & big

  30. eskay Says:

    >>Compare them to the artist that came out in the 90’s, Nas, Jay-Z

    >>then compare them to the 80’s rakim, run dmc, big daddy kane

    ^you heart new york

  31. Joe 88 Says:

    New niggas is wack

    Old niggas is wack (except nas)

    rap is turning into homo village.

    The only thing that can save it is a movement, a movement from baltimore, a fresh new outlook on rap, we seen what every other city has, now it’s time for baltimore to get there turn, before rap turns into a huge Y.M.C.A video on repeat

  32. TheCo!!inB Says:

    i’m not co-signing joe as far as progressive music but I will say this….
    think back to how much rap music changed from 1992 to 2000 (respective 8 year span going from 36 chambers to 400 Degreez) and think of the progress made from 2000 to 2008….i think it’s about to get interesting again but rap was pretty stagnant the past 8 years

  33. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Compare them to the artist that came out in the 90’s, Nas, Jay-Z eminem, snoop, etc, then compare them to the 80’s rakim, run dmc, big daddy kane, etc, get my drift, imho, no one that came out this decade holds enough weight to carry the legacy, just saying
    ^^^
    I agree but this decade has spawned a few megastars….its not as good as the others decades but im also not agree costumer by any means….I mean whether you wanna believe it or not look what Kanye has done for the game. When all is said and done he will be arguably of the best hip hop producers if not the best of all time….thats juts 1 example.

  34. Joe 88 Says:

    you heart new york

    ^lol, I love ya’ll for starting rap & giving me music that ended up being the soundtrack to my life, yes, but ya’ll survilians are busters.

  35. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Edit***

    but im also not an angry costumer by any means

  36. Joe 88 Says:

    When all is said and done he will be arguably of the best hip hop producers if not the best of all time….thats juts 1 example.

    ^I can co-sign that, he’s one of the best producers ever right now. But rap has been at a stand still for years now, that’s all i’m saying

  37. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    survilians
    ^^^^^
    your joking right?

  38. BabyDoll Says:

    What’s a survilian?

  39. cOLD Says:

    survilians

    *death*

  40. b-ease Says:

    think back to how much rap music changed from 1992 to 2000 (respective 8 year span going from 36 chambers to 400 Degreez) and think of the progress made from 2000 to 2008….i think it’s about to get interesting again but rap was pretty stagnant the past 8 years

    ^^
    I’m glad you put 400 degreez as an endpoint. Once Jay co-signed Juve for the streets and TRL co-signed him for the burbs, the floodgates opened and all the southern shit started getting through with no filter. Since the beats were dope, these niggas werent focused as much on lyricism. Here’s where it went wrong : instead of stayin in their lane, artists from other regions (NY in particular) started to emulate this “beat flow first, lyrics afterthought” sound instead of challenging it (which would’ve made everybody doper) cause Puff created something called a player hater. I’m not saying that a dope song has to be super lyrical. But 15 years ago, CREAM was a radio hit. That would never happen today. Rant over.

  41. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    survilians

    *death*
    ^^^^
    *Re-dies*

  42. b-ease Says:

    But at the same time, every musical form stagnates once it has reached certain levels. I think hip hop peaked creatively in the mid-90’s and hit a commerical peak between 99-02. With a few exceptions, the same thing happened to R&B and rock in the 80’s.

  43. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    survilians

    *death*
    ^^^^
    *Re-dies*
    ^^^^
    *reincarnates and this guy dies too*

  44. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Watch Joe say its B-More slang or he used to saying it that way….lol & SMH

  45. Big Homie Says:

    *looks up survilians on google.com*

    This is what I got

    Did you mean: civilians

  46. Joe 88 Says:

    How did I know this conversation was gonna end up being a “it’s the south fault” debate.

    And on that note, i’m gone, for now, will be back soon

  47. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    *looks up survilians on google.com*

    This is what I got

    Did you mean: civilians
    ^^^^
    *Dies in hellven*

  48. cOLD Says:

    flash back to … flash back to

    *hand gesture*

    me counting the money. ha.

    *max b laugh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZm47SrmuwM*

  49. Joe 88 Says:

    Watch Joe say its B-More slang or he used to saying it that way….lol & SMH

    ^Nope, just spelled it wrong, that’s all, and?

  50. BabyDoll Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    October 23rd, 2008 at 4:36 pm
    *looks up survilians on google.com*

    This is what I got

    Did you mean: civilians

    *ghost rides the spell check* That’s almost as bad as SDP and resumay…SMH

  51. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Kanye would never be best hip hop producer of all time….yes he’s made some classics but son can’t make a banger….and before niggas start bumpin they gums really think about it. if you put Ye’s 10 best joints against Blaze, Rza, Large, The Hitmen, Swizz, Dre, Quik…..his joints don’t really stand up *pause*……..he’s excellent at producing full songs for his self and i’d take one of his beats anyday, but if he was strictly a producer I don’t think he could get that nod

  52. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    ^Nope, just spelled it wrong, that’s all, and?
    ^^^
    have a fall back attack Joseph

  53. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Kanye would never be best hip hop producer of all time….
    ^^^
    My dude, he has like 10 years left in him….how do you know…..

  54. b-ease Says:

    How did I know this conversation was gonna end up being a “it’s the south fault” debate.

    ^^
    That wasnt what I was saying. The south has produced plenty of dope artists. What I was saying is that other artists stopped trying as hard to make dope shit because they were attempting to emulate what they saw as the southern “formula”. With that said, the shit coming out of the south definetly could have used some more quality control.

  55. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Right on Ease

  56. Carlos Voltron Says:

    it’s time for baltimore to get there turn,

    ^ That’s funny for so many reasons

  57. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Dre has been producing since 85, why cant kanye produce until 2024?

  58. b-ease Says:

    Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    October 23rd, 2008 at 4:41 pm
    Kanye would never be best hip hop producer of all time….
    ^^^
    My dude, he has like 10 years left in him….how do you know…..

    ^^
    I’m not saying Kanye won’t, but based on the history of classic producers, with the exception of Dre, whose career give you the impression that he will? RZA fell off, Premier fell off, Pete Rock fell off, etc. And when I say fall off, I don’t mean got wack. I just mean their output just isnt as dope as it was at their peak. Based on these dudes and others, I think it’d be safe to assume that Kanye is in the midst of that peak right now. And I don’t know if I could put him top ten greatest producers at this point.

  59. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    *Looks arounds, makes sure Ty isnt around*

    Dr. Dre is the GOAT producer…just my thoughts

  60. Joe 88 Says:

    That wasnt what I was saying. The south has produced plenty of dope artists. What I was saying is that other artists stopped trying as hard to make dope shit because they were attempting to emulate what they saw as the southern “formula”. With that said, the shit coming out of the south definetly could have used some more quality control.

    ^The west had hella niggas using there formula too when they was on top, it was niggas not from the west rapping like them, using there beats, & getting on, I remember P & UGK use to rep the west heavy cause they was getting burn over there, the emulating been going on before the south, just the people like it more when the south did it, if all these one hit wonders from the south wasn’t in high demand they wouldn’t even get a shot, someone has to like it for companies to put there money, etc into them. Joe Budden said it best, it aint just the artist fault.

  61. Charles Oakley Says:

    Kanye’s diverse beat making ability is nearly unparalleled. Dre killed that beat on Minority Report.

  62. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    whose career give you the impression that he will? RZA fell off, Premier fell off, Pete Rock fell off, etc.
    none of the aforementioned producers were in as high demand as kanye is in his 9 year in the game and sold as many records with the exceptions of Dre. Kanye also raps, that alone can carry him.

  63. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    whose career give you the impression that he will? RZA fell off, Premier fell off, Pete Rock fell off, etc.
    ^^^
    none of the aforementioned producers were in as high demand as kanye is in his 9 year in the game and sold as many records with the exceptions of Dre. Kanye also raps, that alone can carry him.

  64. TheCo!!inB Says:

    @ Snukkah.
    I can’t say with 100% certainty but I can say that with strong coviction because he has yet to prove that he can create other exceptional pieces of work outside of his own and that’s generally what a producer does. to date he has only given Common a boost with a phenomenal album in Be but that about it. I don’t think he has an ear to hear a fresh talent and work with said talent to pioneer something new. He’s a great artist, a genre defining artist but I just do not see Kanye being the best…maybe top 15

  65. b-ease Says:

    the emulating been going on before the south

    ^^
    True, it just didnt fuck up hiphop before the south.

    it aint just the artist fault.

    ^^
    I’m not blaming the southern artists. I’m blaming the labels and A&R’s that wanted everything to sound like that shit and radio stations for taking payoloa to play it. If it’s dope fine, but a lot of it wasnt it and it still got burned. Since musical genearations are short, we have a age group of kids that only know Southern shit and other regions trying to sound like southern shit. It was never like that with any other instance of emulation.

  66. THE-XFACTA Says:

    Tupac>R2D2

  67. Charles Oakley Says:

    That “bitch please” beat was incredible. But, after Chronic 2001 most of Dre’s beats sounded like remixes of each other. Just an observation. Not that they were bad or anything.

  68. Ty big's Says:

    Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:
    October 23rd, 2008 at 4:47 pm
    *Looks arounds, makes sure Ty isnt around*

    Dr. Dre is the GOAT producer…just my thoughts

    …. you didn’t look hard enough ( none ) ….. you already know what I’m gonna say …..

    eskay or anyone else whens the next charles hamilton mixtape dropping I need to clear some time in my schedule cause I’m still listening to death of a mixtape rapper over here

  69. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    Kanye’s consistency will be the ultimate deciding factor. He can easily make 4 more platinum albums….Homie is global and none of those others producers rapped which is where kanye has the advantage and can subsequently cattle pult him into the greatest of all time if he is not already

  70. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    LOl @ Ty coming out of the fog

  71. elgindotcom Says:

    these dudes need to give it up…

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