Mike Jones ft. Lil Wayne – I Done Did It


This could have turned out a lot worse.

Mike Jones ft. Lil Wayne – I Done Did It

Off Mike’s upcoming The Voice of the Streets.

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29 Responses to “Mike Jones ft. Lil Wayne – I Done Did It”

  1. D. Billz Says:

    # NotU Says:
    October 29th, 2008 at 3:04 pm

    black dude with a Public Enemy fitted,with a stupid “I don`t want to be on camera “look on his face.It`s your boy


    ^Shots fired at accents?

  2. BabyDoll Says:

    Done Done >>>>>> Done Did It

  3. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Chicago police have released evidence today (October 29), suggesting more than one person was involved in the triple murder involving singer Jennifer Hudson’s family.

    An even more horrifying fact has emerged in the case, as AllHipHop.com has learned that one of Julian King’s hands was also cut off, suggesting that he may have been being held for ransom.

    The boy was also shot in the head, although it is not known if his hand was severed prior to, or after his death.




  5. Ty big's Says:

    I hate playing keep up with the posts but w/e w/e w/e

    BabyDoll says: ^Word to the movie Dead Presidents. I was done with the Federal Reserve once I found out they just burn old money…WTF?!?!?

    …. yeah they just burn it because it has no value unless the federal reserve says so, the federal reserve has no connection with our gov’t or the people in this country it is privately owned, they make up money out of thin air as they feel necessary and the more they put out the less value money has, hence inflation the more money in circulation the less it’s worth, so they make the money then lend it out with interest so there is a never ending cycle of debt, debt is power debt is what the world revolves around, and the federal reserve controls most the money in the stock market and they decide when to put it in and when to pull it out, when they pull it all out the country goes into a recession and guess who they turn too yup the federal reserve so they can get more fake money and create more debt … more people need to become aware of this and get behind reinstating the gold standard word to Ron Paul

    and a special no homo shout out to pockets

  6. NotU Says:

    Done did what?

  7. Big Homie Says:

    The boy was also shot in the head, although it is not known if his hand was severed prior to, or after his death.

    ^ They’ll find out soon. That would be some shit if it was cut off prior to his death. That is awful.

  8. NotU Says:

    Niggas is getting crazy with the killing……cutting that boy’s hand off was wrong

  9. eskay Says:

    yeah, but we can’t go back to the Gold standard, there’s not enough Gold in existence to cover the amount of currency in circulation.

  10. Joe 88 Says:

    *Doesn’t download*

    SMH @ Mike jones doing a song with this ninja after he fucking murder his beat. I thought this guy album already came out?

  11. Big Homie Says:

    This is awful lol

  12. Ty big's Says:

    @ Beezy

    “each of the twelve Federal Reserve Banks is organized into a corporation whose shares are sold to the commercial banks and thrifts operating within the Bank’s district. Shareholders elect six of the nine the board of directors for their regional Federal Reserve Bank as well as its president. Mullins reported that the top eight stockholders of the New York Fed were, in order from largest to smallest as of 1983, Citibank, Chase Manhatten, Morgan Guaranty Trust, Chemical Bank, Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Bankers Trust Company, National Bank of North America, and the Bank of New York (Mullins, p. 179). Together, these banks owned about 63 percent of the New York Fed’s outstanding stock. Mullins then showed that many of these banks are owned by about a dozen European banking organizations, mostly British, and most notably the Rothschild banking dynasty. Through their American agents they are able to select the board of directors for the New York Fed and to direct U.S. monetary policy. Mullins explained,

    ‘… The most powerful men in the United States were themselves answerable to another power, a foreign power, and a power which had been steadfastly seeking to extend its control over the young republic since its very inception. The power was the financial power of England, centered in the London Branch of the House of Rothschild. The fact was that in 1910, the United States was for all practical purposes being ruled from England, and so it is today’ (Mullins, p. 47-48).

    He further commented that the day the Federal Reserve Act was passed, “the Constitution ceased to be the governing covenant of the American people, and our liberties were handed over to a small group of international bankers” (Ibid, p. 29). “




    Ty big’s Says:

    October 29th, 2008 at 3:15 pm
    @ Beezy

    He further commented that the day the Federal Reserve Act was passed, “the Constitution ceased to be the governing covenant of the American people, and our liberties were handed over to a small group of international bankers” (Ibid, p. 29). “


  15. Big Homie Says:


  16. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    if they put eli porter on the track, it woulda been top 5 songs of all time.

    feature fail.

  17. the watcherz Says:

    that nigga big sean remind me of kanye just flyer wit the word play

  18. Ty big's Says:

    @ beezy again even more importantly

    sorry this is long but something that people need to be aware of

    ” Rescuing Bear Stearns, offering mortgage-backed securities swaps, holding closed-door meetings with JPMorgan Chase: This is the face of the new Federal Reserve, the lone ranger attempting to solve financial crises when others turn in fright.

    So far, few have dared ask a troubling question: Who controls the Fed?

    The immediate and long-considered answer is that Chairman Ben Bernanke controls the Fed. But to whom does Mr. Bernanke answer? He faces little plausible resistance from the White House, the Congress, or even the courts. The concentration of power in one agency and its chairman is both troubling and, paradoxically, comforting.

    Our federal government is not well structured to handle economic crises. The president and Congress have little direct discretionary authority and are too often left to public posturing. Congress passed, and the president signed, a “stimulus package” ostensibly to help the economy. Sending out checks for a few hundred dollars to voters in 2008 may influence the election more than the economy. Taxpayers will pick up the $200 billion tab.

    How many members of Congress knew of Bear Stearns’s problems and the Fed’s solution before the rest of America? Even if a member had known, would he or she have had either the inclination or the power to do anything about it? Even much of the administration was left in the dark, or perhaps worse, was told what was happening regardless of their views.

    Even where it has discretion, Congress will not take needed steps to help mend the underlying economy. It will not discipline tax-and-spend policies, call for an end to crippling regulation, or stand against weakening the dollar.

    A generation ago, the Federal Reserve was an obscure government agency. Today, Mr. Bernanke is a widely known public figure. For better or worse, the Fed is filling the vacuum of power and responsibility for the economy. That assertion of power is potentially troubling.

    The only entity in America that seems to be consistently tackling the current economic challenge is one that is perhaps not lawfully obligated to do so: the Fed. Some observers believe that the Fed should worry about nothing more than inflation and the strength of the dollar. Mr. Bernanke sees his responsibilities more broadly.

    The Fed’s power, when it chooses to exercise it, is formidable. Over the past eight months, the Fed has reduced benchmark rates several times, most recently yesterday, and by all appearances it will continue to do so. In recent weeks, the Fed has also been more aggressive operating outside of the normal course of its business. On March 7, the Fed injected hundreds of billions of dollars into the economy by swapping federal bonds for mortgage debt. Last week, the Fed together with JPMorgan Chase provided liquidity to Bear Stearns through a provision of the Federal Reserve Act that has not actively been used since the Great Depression. Over the weekend, the Fed helped negotiate the deal between JPMorgan Chase and Bear Stearns. Now, the Fed offers greater access to credit. In attempting to avert chaos in the financial sector, the Fed has weakened the dollar.

    The Fed’s exercise of power is problematic. By regulating banks and having the authority to lend money to individual institutions under favorable terms, the Fed’s power can potentially be abused. Did the Fed ask JPMorgan Chase for assistance with Bear Stearns, or vice versa? Why did the Fed go to JPMorgan Chase and not another bank? The very questions and many possible answers are troubling.

    The president and Congress members will give many public speeches on the economy in the weeks and months ahead. But they will take few practical steps to help the economy. Mr. Bernanke will be meeting in private and negotiating actual outcomes. One can only hope that, for his practically unlimited power, Mr. Bernanke uses it with wise restraint.

    (c) A former FCC commissioner, Mr. Furchtgott-Roth is president of Furchtgott-Roth Economic Enterprises. He can be reached at hfr@furchtgott-roth.com.

  19. Beezy Says:


    Whats interesting in that to me…

    I have a BBA in business, have studied on a graduate/executive level…and have never once heard that the Fed has shareholders, etc.

    SMH @ the corrupted educational system.


    Big Homie Says:

    October 29th, 2008 at 3:18 pm


  21. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    okay that royce/premo track is wild man.

    also someone needs to be a nice person and hook a bruh up with that Royce The Revival leaked mixtape and Gnarls’ The Odd Couple.


  22. Carlos Voltron Says:

    I deed it > I done did it

  23. Joe 88 Says:

    We sip grand cru ooooowwwwwwww



  25. Ty big's Says:

    eskay Says:
    October 29th, 2008 at 3:11 pm
    yeah, but we can’t go back to the Gold standard, there’s not enough Gold in existence to cover the amount of currency in circulation.

    …. the problem is semi true, going back to the gold standard would put us in a deeper depression for the next year or 2 but from then we can move on and things will be more regulated and not designed for the world’s wealth to be tied up by 1% of the population, I equate it to quiting cigarettes or being sick, if you smoke yeah quitting is gonna be hell for a week or 2 you get the shakes you stutter when talking your mad aggy but a month later you feel better than ever

    same with being sick yeah it might suck to miss out on going to the club or some party but if you fight it and go anyway your just gonna make the sickness worse and last longer ignoring the problem doesn’t make it go away but if you stay home sleep and drink mad fluids you’ll be feeling healthy and up and moving around in no time

    the only way to fix the mess we have created is to knock it down and start over and go back to the gold standard

    do you when the last time America wasn’t in debt was when we used the Gold standard almost instantly once the federal reserve came into play that all changed

    do research on any of the founding fathers and they were all strongly against any type of centralized banking system and throughout history it has been proven to be bad for the majority and great for a select few

  26. Jimmy Valentime Says:

    Eskay / Nation

    check your email

  27. Jimmy Valentime Says:

    Eskay / Nation

    check your email

    incase it got lost in the mix…

  28. Ty big's Says:

    Beezy Says:
    October 29th, 2008 at 3:20 pm

    Whats interesting in that to me…

    I have a BBA in business, have studied on a graduate/executive level…and have never once heard that the Fed has shareholders, etc.

    SMH @ the corrupted educational system.

    ….. thats why i’m talking about it so much I know mad people are just skipping my post but sooner or later through osmosis or some shit some of it will sneak in, as for the corrupt educational system yeah the whole educational system is corrupt and just a way to program and condition you to believe what the powers that be want you to believe, we are all aware the majority of what we were told about history is false they never told us in middle school all the evils that the europeans did when they came here and killed the indians, I mean our whole life we where told all men are created equal and this is the land of the free and we all know thats bullshit we are no more free than a lot of countries like england holland australia canada etc…. plus look at how people are labeling Obama as a socialist, growing up they planted the idea that communism and socialism is evil. theres nothing evil about it in reality it’s a great idea in theory it just doesn’t work for everyone to better themselves if they have no motivation, of course through the proper energy technology that is available now we don’t need any oil we could all live a happy sustainable life

    check out this shit about this thing called the venus Project it’s 2 parts just 10 minutes each but for real take the time when you get a chance to check it out this is what we should be working towards but then they powers that be all of a sudden are equal with us

    part 1 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cf1gZxmIDKw

    part 2 is the first other option on the right

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