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Video: Talib Kweli on Sound Session

The MCEO himself, Talib Kweli, stopped by KUBE 93 in Seattle on 10-5-08 to make his 4th appearance on Sunday Night Sound Session with DJ Hyphen and J. Moore. The trio talked all about his current projects, including updates on the next Reflection Eternal album, his Idle Warship group with Res & Graph Nobel, and all things Blacksmith. They also discussed what it’s like to operate his own label, how new media has affected his career, a little politics, and more.


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154 Responses to “Video: Talib Kweli on Sound Session”

  1. fiiyah Says:

    Theater Of The Mind is fuckin dope!.. whereas 808’s and Heartbreaks…. well let’s just say I’ll give it time to breath.

  2. skimasksoldier Says:

    kweli used to be one of my favorite mc’s and now i can’t stand dude idk why mind changed

  3. A tribe called quest Says:

    fiiyah Says:
    November 20th, 2008 at 4:06 am
    Theater Of The Mind is fuckin dope!.. whereas 808’s and Heartbreaks…. well let’s just say I’ll give it time to breath.
    ————————————————————————-

    closed minded mothafuckas… 808s is genius, I thought The Renaissance was the only album i was going to pay for but 808s deserves my 10bucks

    My only criticism is redoing robocop… you can barely hear the robo noises.

    Theatre of the mind is crack too, Luda is gunning for a top 5 spot. Seriously!

  4. fiiyah Says:

    >>closed minded mothafuckas… 808s is genius, I thought The Renaissance was the only album i was going to pay for but 808s deserves my 10bucks

    ————————————————

    god damn kidd! I wasn’t firing any shots, just saying.. 808’s isn’t clicking with me through the first rounds of listening. chill.

    what about Illa J “Yancey Boys” and Little Brother “Separate but Equal”, both of those albums are well worth the coin.

  5. Mark Twain Fame (MTF) Says:

    yo Ms. Diva…thats why i dont be on DX anymore, I might read some of the blogs, but hell if I read or add my own comments…they lost they cot damn minds on the DX blogs. I use to be a regular original DX c-section cat but it started gettin real crazy(in a bad muthaf’n way) a year or so ago and I finally jsut took my comments and random talk on music, life, etc over to Nah Right and 2DopeBoyz.com. After me and some of the other original DX compadres left these crazy guys came in here and took this blog commenting section over. But then a while back I was gonna get back to commenting on the DX blogs but I realized a bunch of straight up retards and lil dumb young’ns only comment saying fart, cunt, and fucks all the time. So Amanda your gettin randomly hated on like Meka has been for the past like 3 or so years and like how Shake had that Shake The Racist situation when he started blogging…ya dig.

    All in all, DX managment needs to clean these cats up on here, ban some people, and possible have some weird age verification sign up…because cats under (and amazingly sometimes over) the age of 18 or so cannot conduct themselves right…and flat out say crazy nasty stuff and hate. The World of the InterNUTS…keep your head up Amanda.

    One.

    p.s. – I do talk some crazy nasty random ish…but thats on Nah Right…we a bunch of crazy fools over there.

  6. Charles Oakley Says:

    Separate but Equal has been great…rollin’ out and boondock saints are exceptional

  7. Sean Coonery Says:

    Luda > T.I.

    yay or nay?

  8. Charles Oakley Says:

    different styles, depends on your mood

  9. 456 Says:

    Luda > T.I.

    ^lets be serious

  10. Charles Oakley Says:

    GZA ft. Method Man – Shadowboxin’ prod. by RZA
    http://www.zshare.net/audio/51593898f0c06e7f/

  11. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    Luda is way better than T.I. when it comes to lyrics….but hit making wise T.I. is the King (c) T.I.P….

  12. Charles Oakley Says:

    I like both, but to me, i feel like sometimes luda has too many punchlines. Like 10 punchlines in a row or something. He has a great flow tho, he can ride any beat.

  13. Sean Coonery Says:

    # M-Lito aka Ghost Says:
    November 20th, 2008 at 8:15 am

    Luda is way better than T.I. when it comes to lyrics….but hit making wise T.I. is the King (c) T.I.P….

    ^Agreed.

    # 456 Says:
    November 20th, 2008 at 8:05 am

    Luda > T.I.

    ^lets be serious

    ^Aren’t in you Kenya?

  14. DUYUkid Says:

    Luda can spit… but his tracks never really do anything for me. Theater of the Mind is just okay. T.I. makes better tracks.

  15. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    i feel like sometimes luda has too many punchlines. Like 10 punchlines in a row or something

    ^
    Well I don’t think there’s nothing wrong with that, maybe that’s just me but I find it more interesting when Luda comes with all the punchlines (none)

  16. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    DUYUkid Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 8:20 am
    Luda can spit… but his tracks never really do anything for me. Theater of the Mind is just okay. T.I. makes better tracks.

    ^
    Word? You got Theater of the Mind? Send it through so I can listen….
    notu345@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance…

  17. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    morning nahggers

  18. sleep Says:

    I love how kanye put together bullshit and brainwash these people to think its ground breaking and talent

  19. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    What up Pap?

    Damn who got 808’s and heartbreak and the Luda album?

    Hook a homey up

  20. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    LOL @ all the 808s hate. . . .

    that album is revolutionary.

    it’s about time niggas break out of the fuckin mold. . . this is why kanye, for the record 4th album in a row, will be getting my $10.

    only artist in history that has successfully gotten me to cop.

  21. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    *daps ghost*

    man, you niggas always catch me at my work computer. . . i got an advance of that 808s (i’m not trippin, since it come out on monday), and i had the link for that theatre of the mind, but didn’t get a chance to DL it yet. . .

  22. plug Says:

    Pap, aint no way you can sit there and tell me 808’s was a good cd. especially if you are a true kanye fan. even me being a canibus stan I can say he has made some trash cd’s. I focks wit ye but 808 is a hot steaming pile of cow dookie… with corn

  23. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    Pap, aint no way you can sit there and tell me 808’s was a good cd. especially if you are a true kanye fan. even me being a canibus stan I can say he has made some trash cd’s. I focks wit ye but 808 is a hot steaming pile of cow dookie… with corn

    ^^^
    no, i can say it’s a good CD. . . it’s incredible.

    people fear that which they don’t understand. . . and i understand this CD. it’s from the heart. it’s not what you’re used to hearing from kanye. . . there’s minimal:
    -i’m the best

    -look at my jesus piece

    -where the white bitches?

    and therefore, you’re just like “what the fuck?”. Niggas don’t fuck with it b/c of the autotune, but the shit doesn’t bother me.

    here plug, try this: don’t try to think of this as a “rap CD”. if you do, it won’t really fit the genre and you’ll be like “well, this isn’t what a rap CD is supposed to be, so it’s trash.”

  24. 456 Says:

    ^Aren’t in you Kenya?

    ^No. And its not a debate TI makes better songs and albums. Luda is a precise rapper, always on beat and has punchlines. But 80% of the time he’s better as a cameo artist on other people’s tracks.

  25. b-ease Says:

    I havent heard 808’s yet, but I’m gonna cop. If for no other reason than the fact that all his other CD’s are borderline classics, and that type of consistency deserves a retail purchase. With that said, I’ve heard all the leaked joints. They’re all dope. No way they’re wack. But lets not get ahead of ourselves. Shit is not genuis or groundbreaking either. Its just synth pop. Same shit Phil Collins was doing. Just with hiphop incorporated. No need to shit on it. No need to call it something its not.

    What’s good Nah? *daps all that are within reach to dap*

  26. b-ease Says:

    T.I. is the most uninteresting superstar hiphop has ever produced. In any other era, this guy wouldnt to rise this far. He’s not a bad MC, he’s actually dope, he’s just more workmanlike than transcendent. He’s makes decent to real ill hits and some pretty uninteresting album cuts.

    Luda couldve been a GOAT. But like I’ve said before, he went Hollywood one album too soon. What I’ve been hearing from Theater of the Mind has been dope, but it’s still has a corniness to it that’s impossible to overlook, and he can’t exuse the past two albums.

    TI’s definetly been >> since around ’05, but when you look at total careers, it might be too close to call.

  27. plug Says:

    lol. I didnt know so many people like that 808 mess. for one, autotune sucks. two Kanye’s singing sucks. three, the beats suck. I give him credit for sprinkiling the massive bassin there but there no amount of bass. (never thought Id ever say that)

    I was bending corners wit these chicks Saturday. I thru the kanye in the player. the chicks was like “this sounds horrible! what is this mess??!?!” I told them that it was the new kanye. they was heated.

  28. G7 Says:

    >>closed minded mothafuckas… 808s is genius, I thought The Renaissance was the only album i was going to pay for but 808s deserves my 10bucks

    ====
    Renaissance>>>>>>>>>>>>808’s… easily

  29. 456 Says:

    T.I. is the most uninteresting superstar hiphop has ever produced.

    ^Luda trumps him on boringness, but i hear the argument. The thing that TI has is a certain level of integrity that puts him above the pale. And Luda has never put together a solid album.

  30. plug Says:

    Ludacris albums are like the movie “cast away”. You wanna witness it once. but after one time you never wonna see/hear it again… so you take it and put it back into the case until the memorex cd warps to never be listened to again

  31. b-ease Says:

    And Luda has never put together a solid album.

    ^^
    Luda’s hasnt dropped anything nearing classic status, but his first three LP’s are definetly solid, especially Chicken and Beer.

  32. 456 Says:

    Ludacris albums are like the movie “cast away”. You wanna witness it once. but after one time you never wonna see/hear it again… so you take it and put it back into the case until the memorex cd warps to never be listened to again

    ^exactly.

  33. cOLD Says:

    No. And its not a debate TI makes better songs and albums. Luda is a precise rapper, always on beat and has punchlines. But 80% of the time he’s better as a cameo artist on other people’s tracks.

    ^its the difference between a 30 minute comedy sitcom and a 2 hour Drama Suspense flick.

    T.I > Luda

  34. G7 Says:

    >>LOL @ all the 808s hate. . . .

    ^that’s a misunderstanding there. Most people don’t “hate” 808’s cuz most on here are Kanye fans. Dislike is a better term. Hate is such an overused word in hip hop.

    “If I don’t like, I don’t like it, it don’t mean that i’m hatin'(c) Common

  35. G7 Says:

    good morning to all….*daps*

  36. 456 Says:

    Luda’s hasnt dropped anything nearing classic status, but his first three LP’s are definetly solid, especially Chicken and Beer.

    ^truthfully…do you ever reach for any of those albums to play now?

  37. Big Homie Says:

    *daps all*

    What up Nah?

    Mmmm a Luda and TI debate?

  38. b-ease Says:

    ^truthfully…do you ever reach for any of those albums to play now?

    ^^
    In all honesty, I can’t answer that question. The great car break ins of 2003 and 2005 left me with a decimated collection. I can say that I havent had the urge to re cop any of them.

  39. b-ease Says:

    ^I still own King, and that shit gets no burn. I used to have Urban Legend on my I-Pod, and yea its real dope, and I always thought Trap Musik was overrated. It’s good, but I honestly can’t call that shit great. But like I said there’s no doubt that while TI’s been at his peak, Luda’s been scraping the barrel. The winner would be alot clearer if Luda had blow up two years later, or TI two years earlier, that small window makes all the difference.

  40. b-ease Says:

    *daps Big Homie*

  41. Beezy Says:

    808s is straight pop…but i like it.

  42. RIGZ Says:

    Luda LP history > Fabolous LP history

    Luda is the south’s Fabolous

    Ill MC, can stand with the best of them bar for bar, but seems to always undermine himself with his albums…But Luda aint got no WACK albums. Fab has

    Back For The First Time, Word Of Mouf & Release Therapy were all solid albums. They just wernt exceptional/classic

  43. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    *daps g7*

  44. Big Homie Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6yw6GuHRQA

    Joey in his latest vlog, going at my peoples now? LOL

  45. G7 Says:

    *daps b.homie*

  46. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    **Turns up Jimi Hendrix’s “My Friend”
    **Daps all in attendance

  47. plug Says:

    Justin Timberlake= pop
    Christina Agulara = pop
    Michael Jackson= pop

    808’s and heartbreaks = boo boo

  48. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    LOL @ Plug- I’m a Kanye stan, but most of what I’ve heard on 808s and heartbreak sounds like it should be played in “the Blue Oyster” from Police Academy (none)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTJMerul33E

  49. 456 Says:

    release therapy was doo doo

  50. RIGZ Says:

    And just for the record, Kanye’s album isnt revolutionary or groundbreaking.

    GTFOH. If u believe that, you’re buggin just as much as Kanye was when he said the only people you could compare him to is Pink Floyd. SMH.

    Genesis >>>>> 808 & heartbreaks

    808’s aint totally wack either tho…it would actually be a great album if Ye could actually sing

    But Thr33 Rings > Kanye’s album

    Blatantly out of tune singing irks me

  51. b-ease Says:

    Speaking of Fabolous, dude spit two of the dopest verses of the year. On R&B remixes.

  52. cOLD Says:

    Speaking of Fabolous, dude spit two of the dopest verses of the year. On R&B remixes.

    ^remember Ghostface was known for bodying those R&B remixes, he murked that Beyone joint, without Pre-approval. Rae also tap dances on the R&B remixes.

  53. Big Homie Says:

    WOW at last night’s fuckery on here. People were definitely getting at each other hard lol

    LMAO at Icon

  54. 456 Says:

    Speaking of Fabolous, dude spit two of the dopest verses of the year. On R&B remixes.

    ^that’s his lane. dude has no business doing much else.

  55. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    WOW at last night’s fuckery on here. People were definitely getting at each other hard lol

    LMAO at Icon

    ^^^

    LOL, damn, what happened last night????

  56. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ***Co-sign Pap- I signed out at my regular time yesterday (4 or 5), what festivities of foolishness did I miss out on?

  57. pockets Says:

    hell yea Ludacris >> TI

  58. 456 Says:

    ^remember Ghostface was known for bodying those R&B remixes, he murked that Beyone joint, without Pre-approval. Rae also tap dances on the R&B remixes.

    ^how bout when he murdered that jodeci joint “you got me harder than a rolla quarters….”

    *has a 90’s punny flashback.

    *jumps in the Delorean and travels back to Act III in the Bx

  59. pockets Says:

    kweli used to be one of my favorite mc’s and now i can’t stand dude idk why mind changed

    ^big co-sign i dunno why either

  60. cOLD Says:

    ***Co-sign Pap- I signed out at my regular time yesterday (4 or 5), what festivities of foolishness did I miss out on?

    ^some light jousting, kid name Salvia Blunts getting at eskay…

    Pap you really log on and not scroll through the past threads… I usually scroll and ready certain names… the main characters only.

  61. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    bitch i’m amazin look what i’m blazin
    eyes so low you would think i was asian Big Homie

  62. G7 Says:

    Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:30 am
    WOW at last night’s fuckery on here. People were definitely getting at each other hard lol

    LMAO at Icon

    ^^^

    LOL, damn, what happened last night????

    ====
    some classic hilarious material in the last Kanye thread

  63. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    Pap you really log on and not scroll through the past threads… I usually scroll and ready certain names… the main characters only.

    ^^^
    nah, but it looks like imma hafta get on it [ll]

  64. RIGZ Says:

    im outta here.

    Bless di I

  65. pockets Says:

    Streetlights off 808s is official tho; robocop and heartless round out the top three for me

  66. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    LF, but there’s prolly somebody out there dumb enough to fall for all of the spam mail, out there…I’ll bet they’re constantly psyched…

    Wow, I won the Irish lottery and I have a $1M settlement pending in Kenya!!! Looks like mo’ money, mo problems for yaboy!!!
    She’s cute, lonely, and just texting me out of the blue? Yesssssss!!!
    Jobs in my area, working from home, $50 an hour? You ain’t said nothin’ but a word! Suckaaaaaaaaaas!!!!
    Free ipod and nintendo wii? Today, like every day, is my lucky day!!
    Looks like SOMEBODY’s eating for free at Applebee’s tonight? Who!?? This guy…I wish I had some friends to hi-five at dinner, like in the commercials…

  67. Beezy Says:

    Yeah man they were going at it last night over cop hatred and all types of shit..

    I’m not the type to lurk and not throw my two cents in, but I didn’t enter into that fuckery.

  68. Big Homie Says:

    LOL, damn, what happened last night????

    ^^^

    http://www.nahright.com/2008/11/19/video-kanye-talks-to-mtv-news/

    Go to there and start reading.

  69. cOLD Says:

    how bout when he murdered that jodeci joint “you got me harder than a rolla quarters….”

    ^word that reminded me of Ghost and Rae tag team back and forth style > Styles n Jada

  70. Beezy Says:

    Yo that mastered Robocop is so diff…I think I like the original better.

  71. pockets Says:

    Ye couldve just put heartless, streetlights, and some other track on a rap album, its not like he never sang before (spaceship)

  72. Uncut Hip Hop Videos Says:

    Talib is still one of my favorite emcees… consistently spits knowledge… good to see him on sound session.

  73. pockets Says:

    word that reminded me of Ghost and Rae tag team back and forth style

    ^ew da fuck

  74. b-ease Says:

    kweli used to be one of my favorite mc’s and now i can’t stand dude idk why mind changed

    ^big co-sign i dunno why either

    ^^
    double co-sign. Dude was top 3 for me in the Black Star/Reflection era. Quality just didnt do it for me (ll), and nothing I’ve heard since has either.

  75. pockets Says:

    I usually scroll and ready certain names… the main characters only.

    ^i know u be control + F’in me all day fam

  76. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    b-ease Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:39 am
    kweli used to be one of my favorite mc’s and now i can’t stand dude idk why mind changed

    ^big co-sign i dunno why either

    ^^
    double co-sign. Dude was top 3 for me in the Black Star/Reflection era. Quality just didnt do it for me (ll), and nothing I’ve heard since has either.

    ***that “Right About Now” mixtape was dope as fuck…I think Kweli’s voice works against him at times, though (none)

  77. cOLD Says:

    pockets Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:38 am
    word that reminded me of Ghost and Rae tag team back and forth style

    ^ew da fuck

    ^ lol…

  78. Big Homie Says:

    I was there while it was going on, but it was still up as the lastest post when I got into the crib and it was over by then. I was bored and that very first comment caught my attention so I was reading the whole thing while doing my laundry at 3am lol

  79. Backatit Says:

    i’ve been lurking for a minute, but last night on Nahright seemed like a battle on Halo gone wrong.

  80. Beezy Says:

    Reflection Eternal >>>

  81. pockets Says:

    kweli used to be one of my favorite mc’s and now i can’t stand dude idk why mind changed

    ^big co-sign i dunno why either

    ^^
    double co-sign. Dude was top 3 for me in the Black Star/Reflection era. Quality just didnt do it for me (ll), and nothing I’ve heard since has either.

    ^even if u go back to Get By he was spitting lava. he doesnt have that same fire i think the lyrics are still kinda there but the flow is lazy n shit. hes too happy, thats the problem.

  82. b-ease Says:

    I think Kweli’s voice works against him at times, though (none)

    ^^
    Word…Jay’s voice is the weakest weapon in his arsenal as well.

  83. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:30 am
    WOW at last night’s fuckery on here. People were definitely getting at each other hard lol

    LMAO at Icon

    ^^^

    LOL, damn, what happened last night????

    ^
    *points at blood on the walls*

  84. pockets Says:

    I was reading the whole thing while doing my laundry at 3am

    ^the street life

  85. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    that Hostile Gospel (Deliver Us) jawn was serious, though, and that shit dropped only like last year…

  86. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

    it was HOT in that kanye thread last night. . . . and the fucked up shit is, i was there lookin at the videos, not even payin attn to the comments!

    but i wasn’t steppin into that shit. . . some of you niggas was about to get put on nahright punishment. . . havin ya IP addresses blocked for a week. . .

    *goes back to ready EVERY single one of the 211 comments*

  87. G7 Says:

    >>double co-sign. Dude was top 3 for me in the Black Star/Reflection era. Quality just didnt do it for me (ll), and nothing I’ve heard since has either.

    ^Quality was weak. EarDrum is waaaay better.

  88. pockets Says:

    that Hostile Gospel (Deliver Us) jawn was serious, though, and that shit dropped only like last year

    ^thats true. ull still occasionally find some dope tracks from him, but when i saw him live like three years ago he absolutely tore it down and i had a man crush on dude ||

  89. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    pockets Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:43 am
    I was reading the whole thing while doing my laundry at 3am

    ^the street life

    ***it’s 3 o’clock in the morning, where you gone be- inside doin’ laundry…you need to get your socks together, cause when you bleach you don’t want the dye bleeding off into your whites (c) Big Homie, channeling DC’s own Nonchalante

  90. Beezy Says:

    ***it’s 3 o’clock in the morning

    ^Back on that ol Killary Clinton bullshit…

  91. G7 Says:

    >>i had a man crush on dude ||

    ==
    lol

  92. b-ease Says:

    cause when you bleach you don’t want the dye bleeding off into your whites

    ^^*dead*

    So, 5’o clock is definetly the biggest DC hiphop song ever, right?

  93. Big Homie Says:

    ^the street life

    ***it’s 3 o’clock in the morning, where you gone be- inside doin’ laundry…you need to get your socks together, cause when you bleach you don’t want the dye bleeding off into your whites (c) Big Homie, channeling DC’s own Nonchalante

    ^ LOL Yo after getting back in I was still wide awake and up with energy.

  94. pockets Says:

    at 3 o’ clock u could prolly catch me doing pull ups in the train station

  95. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    b-ease Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:48 am
    cause when you bleach you don’t want the dye bleeding off into your whites

    ^^*dead*

    So, 5′o clock is definetly the biggest DC hiphop song ever, right?

    ***No love for Tabbi Bonay (sp?) “Put Me in the Pocket” (none), or Questionmark Asylum’s “Hey Lookaway”? LOL…for real, though, I hope Wale can make his mark in the industry….

  96. Big Homie Says:

    No love for Tabbi Bonay (sp?) “Put Me in the Pocket” (none), or Questionmark Asylum’s “Hey Lookaway”? LOL…for real, though, I hope Wale can make his mark in the industry….

    ^ You took all that right out of my mouth

  97. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    **LF- y’all niglets don’t remember Section 8 Mob?

  98. pockets Says:

    “Put Me in the Pocket”

    ^i had to slap up tabbi for keeping my face in his mouf

  99. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    kweli suffers from that “fabolous syndrome”

    his best verse are his guest appearances.

  100. b-ease Says:

    for real, though, I hope Wale can make his mark in the industry….

    ^^
    5 or 6 years ago it damn near would’ve been a sure thing with The Machine behind him. But now, shit’s up in the air until the first week numbers come back.

  101. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    pockets Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:51 am
    “Put Me in the Pocket”

    ^i had to slap up tabbi for keeping my face in his mouf

    **LOL…if dude was smart, or if his management was, they woulda tried to hook that song up with some kind of portable device’s advertising campaign- ipods, PSPs, some shit like that….marketing opportunity fail..

  102. Red Says:

    Niggaz’ll coast in the S.L. but can’t post bail
    Niggaz’ll roast the L
    But scared to throw your toast well
    I’m here to tell niggaz it ain’t all swell
    It’s heaven then its hell niggas
    One day your cruisin in ya seven
    Next day your sweatin forgettin your lies
    Alibis ain’t matchin up bullshit catchin up
    Hit with the RICO they repo’d your vehicle
    Everything was all good just a week ago
    Bout to start bitchin ain’t you
    Ready to start snitchin ain’t you
    I forgive your weak ass hustlin just ain’t you
    Aside from the fast cars
    Honeys that shake they ass at bars
    You know you wouldn’t be involved
    With the underworld dealers, carriers of mac-millers
    East coast bodiers, West coast cap peelers
    Little monkey niggas turned gorillas
    Stopped in the station filled up on octane
    And now they not sane, and not playin
    That goes without sayin
    Slayin day in and day out
    With money playin then they play you out
    Tryin to escape my own mind
    Lurkin the enemy
    Representin infinity
    With Presidencies you know

  103. b-ease Says:

    **LF- y’all niglets don’t remember Section 8 Mob?

    ^^
    Of course lol

  104. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    I still haven’t heard the I do it for Hip Hop joint…..I lost?

    For some reason I’m not hyped to hear it….even tho it has 3 of my fav. rapper on it (none)

  105. the watcherz Says:

    No love for Tabbi Bonay (sp?) “Put Me in the Pocket” (none), or Questionmark Asylum’s “Hey Lookaway”? LOL…for real, though, I hope Wale can make his mark in the industry….

    ^ You took all that right out of my mouth
    ^^
    i aint gone front i thought brah was type wack he grew on me after a period of time

  106. pockets Says:

    aw great this shit just turned into a DC’er private convention talking about shit no one else knows about

  107. Big Homie Says:

    http://www.news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081120/ap_on_fe_st/odd_rapper_sentenced

    ^ What a dumb ass. At least he kept it real

  108. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    pockets Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:53 am
    aw great this shit just turned into a DC’er private convention talking about shit no one else knows about

    ***LOL..if you don’t know Wale, do yourself a favor and look up some of his work…I mean, seriously…

  109. pockets Says:

    i aint gone front i thought brah was type wack he grew on me after a period of time

    ^werd he tricked me for a minute, and then i was like wait wtf why am i listening to this its not good. u guys need to thank ur lucky stars Wale finally showed up on that boat from Nigeria and accidentally ended up in DC

  110. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    LMAO @ BH’s story…wowsers

  111. pockets Says:

    aw great this shit just turned into a DC’er private convention talking about shit no one else knows about

    ***LOL..if you don’t know Wale, do yourself a favor and look up some of his work…I mean, seriously…

    ^jeez icon i think i know who Wale is, i was referring to ?-Asylum

  112. b-ease Says:

    Chad Blue, 28, told police he had known Wright before the September 2006 shooting, but that the men weren’t friendly. He testified companions egged Wright on as he chased and shot his victim in the thigh and groin.

    Later, Blue told police he recognized Wright’s voice on a CD, rapping “Chad Blue knows how I shoot.”

    ^^
    No words…

  113. b-ease Says:

    *meeting*

  114. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    nah man, ur just a blogger on his period….and i just get free music from your site….and it ends there.

    ^^^
    if you haven’t taken a look at that last kanye thread. . . . . you lost.

  115. the watcherz Says:

    **LOL…if dude was smart, or if his management was, they woulda tried to hook that song up with some kind of portable device’s advertising campaign- ipods, PSPs, some shit like that….marketing opportunity fail..

    ^^
    thats the quick buck though. It would have been a good look but its a drawback wit shit like that though. If you dnt constantly produce your gonna be know as the ipod rapper or wateva. The endorements should help promotion not start it.

  116. Beezy Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:54 am
    http://www.news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081120/ap_on_fe_st/odd_rapper_sentenced

    ^ What a dumb ass. At least he kept it real

    >>LMFAO @ dude calling out the victims name in his lyrics.

  117. pockets Says:

    He shot a man twice and felt so good about it, police said, a rapper wrote a song describing the shooting and calling out the victim by name.

    ^He did it for Hip Hop.

  118. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Komodo Dragons >>>

    Daps every single person

  119. pockets Says:

    if you haven’t taken a look at that last kanye thread. . . . . you lost.

    ^i saw like five or six of the comments, ive seen way worse between land and esko and phuque vs coon

  120. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    the watcherz Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 9:58 am
    **LOL…if dude was smart, or if his management was, they woulda tried to hook that song up with some kind of portable device’s advertising campaign- ipods, PSPs, some shit like that….marketing opportunity fail..

    ^^
    thats the quick buck though. It would have been a good look but its a drawback wit shit like that though. If you dnt constantly produce your gonna be know as the ipod rapper or wateva. The endorements should help promotion not start it.

    ***Nah, not really…I mean, being the ipod rapper gets you on to a whole new audience, and it beats being a relative unknown in your own hometown, lol…I mean, shit, didn’t Tyrese (no Black Ty) get his start singing in Coke commercials? And with music being what it is today, a hot jingle (none) might be a better look than a hot ringtone, lol

  121. G7 Says:

    *daps Dblock*

  122. pockets Says:

    your gonna be know as the ipod rapper or wateva.

    ^yo…thats a pretty dope gimmick *rubs chin softly*

  123. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    pockets Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 10:00 am
    if you haven’t taken a look at that last kanye thread. . . . . you lost.

    ^i saw like five or six of the comments, ive seen way worse between land and esko and phuque vs coon

    ***Phuque vs. coon was one of the GOAT Nah beefs, especially when Photoshop came into the picture (nhjic)

  124. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    pockets Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 10:02 am
    your gonna be know as the ipod rapper or wateva.

    ^yo…thats a pretty dope gimmick *rubs chin softly*

    **Exactly, seriously, as an artist, he coulda even have worked it out the way that his song, or even his entire album, was prepackaged with iPods—

  125. cOLD Says:

    ^i saw like five or six of the comments, ive seen way worse between land and esko and phuque vs coon

    ^word that shit was light compared to the other ish.

  126. pockets Says:

    yo wheres plug i wanna read one of his stories…

    “So Im at the gas station rite, just minding my own biz head low bumping MOP on blast. All of a sudden some phat ass breezoid with triple D jugs and the face of rihanna walks upto me and asks if i need help. i played it cool and told her to buzz off, naamsayin. she then gripped my gas pumper handle and she insisted. So i bring her back to the crib and call up her cousin while she plays with my…”

  127. G7 Says:

    >>***Phuque vs. coon was one of the GOAT Nah beefs, especially when Photoshop came into the picture (nhjic)

    ^photopshop, aka the nahright Summer Jam screen back then.

  128. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    cOLD Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 10:04 am
    ^i saw like five or six of the comments, ive seen way worse between land and esko and phuque vs coon

    ^word that shit was light compared to the other ish.

    ***yep…land took it above and beyond what was necessary, on the ether mixed with venom concoction, tip (none)…some random dummy talking shit gets the shrug, though…

  129. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    >>***Phuque vs. coon was one of the GOAT Nah beefs, especially when Photoshop came into the picture (nhjic)

    ^photopshop, aka the nahright Summer Jam screen back then.

    ^^^
    damn, that was B.P.

    (before papagiorgio)

  130. pockets Says:

    especially when Photoshop came into the picture (nhjic)

    ^werd, Sir William Adobe III himself was like Damn

  131. pockets Says:

    **Exactly, seriously, as an artist, he coulda even have worked it out the way that his song, or even his entire album, was prepackaged with iPods—

    ^if u say u got that steve jobs money, whos effin with that

  132. G7 Says:

    >>damn, that was B.P.

    (before papagiorgio)

    ^lol

  133. Beezy Says:

    The Killers new album > 808s > TOTM

  134. pockets Says:

    ***Phuque vs. coon was one of the GOAT Nah beefs, especially when Photoshop came into the picture (nhjic)

    ^as a result of that beef phuque retired and focused on his family life while hoots went into hiding, trying to reintegrate with society but realized he couldnt and returned as sean coonery

  135. Big Homie Says:

    Phuque and Hootie battles were deadly even I felt it just reading them posted

  136. Chase Says:

    *Daps to all*

    TI > Luda… by a small margin, cuz luda is nice, but Tip just has that certain something that makes him stand out more.

  137. pockets Says:

    ^i saw like five or six of the comments, ive seen way worse between land and esko and phuque vs coon

    ^word that shit was light compared to the other ish.

    ***yep…land took it above and beyond what was necessary, on the ether mixed with venom concoction, tip (none)…some random dummy talking shit gets the shrug, though…

    ^land was like telling esko he tapdances for the white man on rooftops and esko was saying hed spit a loogie in lands mouth

  138. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Beezy Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 10:10 am
    The Killers new album > 808s > TOTM

    **How do the Killers get away with it, but it was a big deal when Ja n’ dem called themselves “The Murderers”? What, the associated press ain’t got no love for Ja Rule and Cadillac Tah? I’m buggin, lol…

  139. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    Phuque and Hootie battles were deadly even I felt it just reading them posted

    ^^
    can i get a link to ONE of them threads????

    c’mon man, i need some laughter in my life. . . .

  140. pockets Says:

    there was once a post when esko was in weezy stan mode and posted yet another fag xxl cover or something and the entire commenting base attacked his integrity, he told so many ppl to eat a dick, including me.

  141. Digital Scales Says:

    at 3 o’ clock u could prolly catch me doing pull ups in the train station
    ^^
    Deadd

    What’s gooooooooooood

  142. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Circle yo’ crib>>>>>>>anything that possibly could have been said yesterday

  143. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    another classic nah thread- when that “Bol on the Parker Report” footage surfaced

  144. M-Lito aka Ghost Says:

    Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 10:13 am
    Phuque and Hootie battles were deadly even I felt it just reading them posted

    ^^
    can i get a link to ONE of them threads????

    c’mon man, i need some laughter in my life. . . .

    ^
    Mr. Me too

  145. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    ^land was like telling esko he tapdances for the white man on rooftops and esko was saying hed spit a loogie in lands mouth

    ^^
    *DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD DEAD!!!!!!!!!!*

  146. pockets Says:

    Circle yo’ crib

    ^that was slightly BP before pockets, but i remember reading ppl say that when i first started cominng to this site

  147. cOLD Says:

    Phuque and Hootie battles were deadly even I felt it just reading them posted

    ^how true are the rumors phuque is a news reporter for a major network?

  148. Digital Scales Says:

    ^i saw like five or six of the comments, ive seen way worse between land and esko and phuque vs coon

    ^word that shit was light compared to the other ish.

    ***yep…land took it above and beyond what was necessary, on the ether mixed with venom concoction, tip (none)…some random dummy talking shit gets the shrug, though…

    ^land was like telling esko he tapdances for the white man on rooftops and esko was saying hed spit a loogie in lands mouth

    ^^^
    Lol i remember that

  149. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    pockets Says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 10:15 am
    Circle yo’ crib

    ^that was slightly BP before pockets, but i remember reading ppl say that when i first started cominng to this site

    ***Hootie asked phuque where he lived, and told him he was gonna ride out to that address with a carload of goons, and a map with phuque’s addy circled with a sharpie….

  150. pockets Says:

    the Pimp C post was classic and this past summer when the souljah girl footage came out, there was a day when everyone was saying thats the nigga that raped me, we’ll do it live, no videogames for a weekend, etc. also when crooked I got ethered

  151. cOLD Says:

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=circle+yo+crib

    many trends began and terms were coined in the nahright comment section, but none as famous as that ^ up there.

  152. Chase Says:

    there was once a post when esko was in weezy stan mode and posted yet another fag xxl cover or something and the entire commenting base attacked his integrity, he told so many ppl to eat a dick, including me.

    ^I notice that when eskay gets going, his term of choice to end the debate or get under someone’s skin (nh) is eat a dick

  153. TheCo!!inB Says:

    nahgers, you aiiight?!?!
    *crowd applauses arrival*
    yesterday wasn’t bad…Salvia wasn’t really trying to go hard.

  154. sleep Says:

    Sk u may want to post this story in todays daily new page 24. Its about the court battle between 50 cent and taco bell they called ur boy a thuggish posueur. Its actually a nice size story half a page

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