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Video: Who New? Jay Rock

For a rapper to command your attention, it all comes down to the voice. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Public Enemy’s Chuck D had millions of fans hanging on to every word of his booming baritone. In the mid-1990s, The Notorious B.I.G.’s steely poise and vocal precision led many critics and fans to proclaim him the best rapper of all time. Now, in 2009, get ready for the next rapper with a magnetic voice, someone whose pristine raps demand attention. His name: Jay Rock. ”

Born and raised in Watts, California’s notorious Nickerson Gardens Projects, Jay Rock got his first encouragement from his music-making relatives, who noticed the impact his deep, melodic voice made on song after song. “They were like, ‘you’re hard. And you’ve got a voice for it, too,” Jay Rock recalls. “A lot of people started hearing me and they would tell me that my voice catches them. So, I started working it, working on my craft and got more and more confidence.”

Who knew? (You see what they did there…)

Previously: Who New? Asher Roth (Video)


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22 Responses to “Video: Who New? Jay Rock”

  1. Yung S.T.Dee Says:

    *joins Jay Rock’s entourage and wears ed Hardy hoody*

  2. anons Says:

    Does anybody really think Eminem is proud of what 50 has done artistically as of late?

  3. Charles Wingate the Manhattan Financier Says:

    I can taste the bromance permeating the comments right now.

  4. rex hussla Says:

    Charles Wingate the Manhattan Financier Says:

    February 25th, 2009 at 7:59 pm
    I can taste the bromance permeating the comments right now.
    __________________________________________________

    LMAO

    *bro-signs fux’s sentiments* [ll]

  5. JDS Says:

    that CuDi song like it might be tight… sans CuDi.

    i credit my liking it to Ye’s beat wizardry. same with BK Go Hard.

  6. anons Says:

    wow. tpain a beast, that nigga aint goin nowher

    *daps Nahlleagues*

  7. kevfresco Says:

    I can taste the bromance permeating the comments right now.

    ^^^

    nasty nahggers.

  8. rex hussla Says:

    A number of celebrities have engaged in bromances with fellow celebrities. Examples include: Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, described as “perhaps the pioneering bromance in showbiz history,”[5] which led to a hit off-Broadway play called Matt and Ben. There is also the trifecta of Lance Armstrong, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Matthew McConaughey, who were frequently photographed together during the summer of 2006 biking, running and partying.[6] Finally, there is the friendship between George Clooney and Brad Pitt, which some describe as “George’s longest lasting affair”.[7] Clooney’s bromantic tendencies served as the basis for an episode of the animated series American Dad! entitled “Tears of a Clooney”, in which lead character Stan Smith becomes bromantically involved with Clooney as part of an elaborate revenge plot. There’s also the close relationship between Adrian Pasdar and Milo Ventimiglia, who play brothers on the hit TV show Heroes and have developed a brother-like relationship in real life. Pasdar has been quoted as saying that he and Ventimiglia have a relationship that “nothing could tear asunder.”

    Politically, the relationship between Bill Clinton and Al Gore has been characterized as a precursor to the bromance.[4] The relationship between George W. Bush and former press secretary Scott McClellan as told in McClellan’s book What Happened has been described by one reviewer as “the tale of one long, failed bromance”.

  9. eskay Says:

    if this video is autoplaying for anybody lemme know. like email me.

  10. Furiou$tylez Presents: Ethermatic Immunity Says:

    that cam shit start off hot…

    then that bitch started rappin and that weak ass hot…

    and it ended off not…

  11. Charles Wingate the Manhattan Financier Says:

    that CuDi song like it might be tight… sans CuDi.

    ^Why are you even alive?

  12. Cream of Sumyung-gai Says:

    the impact his deep, melodic voice

    ^

    *goes deep*

    *penetrates and permeates deep into the tissues (c) fux*

  13. Cream of Sumyung-gai Says:

    (You see what they did there…)

    ^

    no. and stop using esgay’s phrase.

  14. NANYA OMAE Says:

    i guess eskay didnt find the typo yet.

    predictions:

    dre em and fifs albums combined will have about 8 bangers but 10+ songs on the charts.

    tpain makes an Usher-esque ballad, buys a taller hat.

    the snuggie blows up… due to a suicide bomber rocking one.

    DMX gets the 8 years and goes ape shit in prison

  15. kevfresco Says:

    if nas was the 2nd coming of rakim, is asher the 2nd coming of eminem?

  16. anons Says:

    DMX gets the 8 years and goes ape shit in prison

    ^^

    Correction:

    DMX gets the 8 years and…..starts ministering to his fellow inmates and gets on the radio a la Mumia Abu Jamal

  17. moresickaMC Says:

    kevfresco Says:
    February 25th, 2009 at 8:10 pm
    if nas was the 2nd coming of rakim, is asher the 2nd coming of eminem?
    ^^
    no

  18. JDS Says:

    that CuDi song soundslike it might be tight… sans CuDi.

    i credit my liking it to Ye’s beat wizardry. same with BK Go Hard.

    how the fuck did i miss a whole word?

  19. JDS Says:

    Charles Wingate the Manhattan Financier Says:
    February 25th, 2009 at 8:04 pm

    that CuDi song like it might be tight… sans CuDi.

    ^Why are you even alive?

    ^
    word?

  20. dino pope Says:

    why do these myspace videos need to autoplay?

  21. No_neva-eva Says:

    eskay Says:
    February 25th, 2009 at 8:04 pm
    if this video is autoplaying for anybody lemme know. like email me.

    ^^^^^

    I’m not emailing but myspace joints always autoplay. You should boycott that bullshit.

  22. mustafa Says:

    The west Coast is back Baby!!!

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