Video: St. Laz ft. Opium & Cerose – Born In Hell

Halloween havoc in brooklyn with st.laz and opium from pottersfield and london’s top lyricist cerose.


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7 Responses to “Video: St. Laz ft. Opium & Cerose – Born In Hell”

  1. 456 Says:

    ^Exactly. 2 outta 7. Statistics fail.

    The largest ethnic group? African. try again.

  2. eskay Says:

    smh @ niggas talking about Harlem ain’t Black no more from hundreds of miles away. GTFOH.

  3. D. Billz Says:

    # 456 Says:
    October 29th, 2008 at 12:09 am

    ^It’s 8 million people there. That’s a given. Per capita it’s still not a Black city. Since you wanna do stats (and wanted to persecute ME for it), how many Blacks can you count for every white person? What’s the percentage? The numbers will be quite low compared to the other Black cities that have a higher black to white ratio.

    ^its 27% if you DON’T count the black hispanics. the white pop is 45%. point being it is the largest pan african urban population in the country. period.

    ^Black Hispanics follow Latin culture. With a mere 27% and DECLINING. It’s towns in New Jersey (i.e. Rahway) with damn near parallel stats and THEIR town isn’t a Black town either. The largest pan african urban population because it has 8 million people, but still has a lower percentage of Blacks than any other city I mentioned a few posts back.

  4. Ty big's Says:

    456 Says:
    October 28th, 2008 at 11:49 pm
    About 12% of New Yorkers claim to be Jewish or of Jewish descent.[9] New York is also home to nearly a quarter of the nation’s South Asians,[10] and the largest African American community of any city in the country.

    ^wikipedia

    ….. wikipedia = unreliable I’m not allowed to use wikipedia as a source in any of my classes , if I feel like it I can change that to say it has the largest martian population ( cause I’m sure you don’t believe aliens exist ) go walk through Harlem and you’ll see it is not that black anymore, sure parts are but so are parts of Jersey city Newark and Hoboken but if you don’t think they haven’t cleaned the majority of those cities up and separated the black population than don’t know what to tell you and this is the conversation to nowhere

    @ eskay I ain’t hundred miles away, I’m not aying Harlem has no blacks or even a large portion of blacks but Harlem is barely considered harlem now it’s just uptown you can’t deny in the past 4 + years the numbers have gone down dramatically, and people moved to other boroughs and jersey and even more down south, ask Billz how many people in B-more are people who recently moved there from NYC

  5. eskay Says:

    >>I’m not aying Harlem has no blacks or even a large portion of blacks but Harlem is barely considered harlem now it’s just uptown you can’t deny in the past 4 + years the numbers have gone down dramatically

    Harlem has alot of non-Black residents now yes, but it’s still overwhelmingly black and last time I checked it was still called Harlem.

  6. D. Billz Says:

    # eskay Says:
    October 29th, 2008 at 12:14 am

    smh @ niggas talking about Harlem ain’t Black no more from hundreds of miles away. GTFOH.

    ^Nigga I’m in Harlem damn near every other month, number 1. And second of all we were talkin’ about the city as a whole, not just one section. But since you wanna throw in your 2 cents, the Blackness of Harlem is lookin’ more bleak than Malik’s career. I JUST posted a link in the last thread about the declining number of Blacks in NYC. And the numbers are only droppin’. I know it’s hard for you and your boy up there to accept.

    So maybe the 2 of yall can share a box of Kleenex and bump this whilst having a Weep-A-Thon:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlsDPN-Tjks

    memorieeeeessss, don’t live like people doooo

  7. MONEY MAKIN Says:

    why are you posting this?

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