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Video: Joell Ortiz Interview w/ Culture VI

Joell chops it up with Culture VI about the Free Agent album, how he got discovered and his track with Colin Munroe.


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25 Responses to “Video: Joell Ortiz Interview w/ Culture VI”

  1. anons Says:

    man chris brown has to make hard core pimp music form now on fuck that teeny bopper shit he’s been making cuz he is the ultimate GORILLA PIMP

    ^^

    thats what i think, this is just a segue into his grown and sexy phase…(no EC)

    >>>>the two are not alike, but lmbao.

    their content is different but they are both pop artists- a voice and an image for someone else’s music

  2. Titanic Iceberg aka WOLF BLITZER Says:

    even in my absense my presence is felt, i gotta tell u im the king if nuthin else

  3. Titanic Iceberg aka WOLF BLITZER Says:

    Why when dudes work out they gotta go straight to the tank tops and spandex…..

    see nutty prof…..spandex all spandex

  4. kevfresco Says:

    Vokal! marc aint mention vokal as a failed line. sorry, that shit was racking my brain since a few post back.

  5. 911 Says:

    I thought Joell with Doc Dre was a nice combo. Could have dropped multiple gold albums off that connection. Apparently I know nothing.

  6. anons Says:

    Thats different, shes from europe which mean totally diff rules. Here shes a crackhead over there shes a pop artist with troubles.

    ^^^

    Nah, you wrong.

    Amy’s a crackhead worldwide lol

    ^^

    Yeah that too…She performed at the Grammy’s, Mark Ronson produced her shit, her music was just as big over here

  7. Titanic Iceberg aka WOLF BLITZER Says:

    March 5th, 2009 at 7:58 pm
    man chris brown has to make hard core pimp music form now on fuck that teeny bopper shit he’s been making cuz he is the ultimate GORILLA PIMP

    ^^

    thats what i think, this is just a segue into his grown and sexy phase…(no EC)

    >>>>the two are not alike, but lmbao.

    their content is different but they are both pop artists- a voice and an image for someone else’s music
    ^^^^^

    Chris browns best bet is to let r. kelly write and produce his next album, u gotta think about it, thru all r. kellys crazy stuff, he was the # 1 r&b singer of our time period

  8. 911 Says:

    their content is different but they are both pop artists- a voice and an image for someone else’s music

    >Let’s not read too much into this dr.suess material. He is Black. She is White. Very important that you remember that.

  9. anons Says:

    I thought Joell with Doc Dre was a nice combo. Could have dropped multiple gold albums off that connection. Apparently I know nothing.

    ^^

    Hearing T.I. and Nas over that Detox shit, I couldn’t decide if he made niggaz sound flawless or if only all stars could really do the beats justice…

    but Dre is a wizard and his magic aint for everyone (no EC)

  10. A tribe called quest Says:

    I dont even have belief in dre anymore.

    If im a dope new artist im making sure pete rock, Qtip or preemo produce my shit. (in a perfect world of course)

  11. Stanley Wutangison Says:

    that Joell shit with colin munroe dude is gettin mad play on mtv U

  12. anons Says:

    Let’s not read too much into this dr.suess material. He is Black. She is White. Very important that you remember that.

    ^^

    my original comment was:

    anons Says:
    March 5th, 2009 at 7:46 pm

    if chris brown’s career survives it will be a major move forward for black recording artists

  13. Jersey*made*me Says:

    “We called Jesus and street shit happened”

    *flatline*

    Joell got some crazy ass hood tales.

  14. 911 Says:

    if chris brown’s career survives it will be a major move forward for black recording artists

    >gets lost in translation. clarity. daps. thinks. major move forward? he beat the shit out of her. wtf. *dies*. thinks. oh i see. if whitey can, so should we? daps.

  15. Yung S.T.Dee Says:

    In fact, no one should be surprised if Marbury eventually embarks on a second career as a preacher, guru, or mystic. In a November 2007 piece in New York magazine, writer Tommy Craggs recalled watching a wholly un-self-conscious Marbury engage in a prayer-cum-jazzercise routine in a South Carolina hotel. (” ‘I go like this,’ Marbury said. He began weaving his hands in and out, rolling his shoulders, and casting his eyes skyward. His assistant, Gaylord, chimed in. ‘Givin’ your praise to the Almighty Lord,’ he said. ‘That’s it,’ Marbury said.”)

    ^^^^^^^^

    *cannonball death*

  16. anons Says:

    I dont even have belief in dre anymore.

    ^^

    you wasnt feelin those detox leaks? took me a few listens to realize it but them beats was fuckin genius

  17. 911 Says:

    Hearing T.I. and Nas over that Detox shit, I couldn’t decide if he made niggaz sound flawless or if only all stars could really do the beats justice…

    >>Swear I haven’t heard it, I’ll take your word for it. I can’t even form an opinion on dre music. I haven’t listened to his shit in forever. Honestly.

  18. that Nigga Gaylord from West 145th st Says:

    Liberate this

  19. A tribe called quest Says:

    East coast production > Southern production > West coast production

  20. anons Says:

    Swear I haven’t heard it, I’ll take your word for it. I can’t even form an opinion on dre music. I haven’t listened to his shit in forever. Honestly.

    ^^

    flip through the Nahtalogue, eskay got the downlaods

  21. Stanley Wutangison Says:

    who the fuck is a oj da juiceman anyways

  22. thekid10705 Says:

    Looking at Joell all I can think of is “those are G-unit bra’zeer tops”

  23. Quinn Essential Says:

    This nigga ain’t got no neck

  24. al bundy Says:

    BWHAHHA @ joey’s spandex tanktop wtf is up with that ..some just dont look right

  25. al bundy Says:

    looks like a special olympic weightlifter

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