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Video: Officer Rawse – Yacht Club (Live on David Letterman)

Hit the jump to see the Rawsey Bawsey impost on John Legend’s performance at the Vaughn Anthony showcase last night at S.O.B.’s.

The ladies were out and the bubble gum R&B was nowhere in sight, last night John Legend hosted a showcase for his younger brother Vaughn Anthony at the legendary SOBs. Dude looked a thugged out version of his big bro, imagine if John Legend and Jaheim morphed into one person. Nevertheless, homeboy killed it and even with SOBs shitty sound system his vocal range was unquestionable. The highlight was John and special guests Estelle and Rick Ross closing out the show. Yup, Ricky came outta nowhere to perform “Magnificent” with John Legend. who knew?

Props to Mikey Fresh for the footage.


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26 Responses to “Video: Officer Rawse – Yacht Club (Live on David Letterman)”

  1. D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Boobie gang

    Bawse

    Bawse

    Boobie Boobie

  2. El feces lOco Says:

    Do people treat you different on Nahright when you don’t say hello and dap them all up first?

    *does a study on the residual effects of the proper online greeting etiquette and lack thereof*

  3. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    Nah son.

    Child Of The Ghetto >>>

    That shit has certified bangers on there.

    “I want the world to see….”

    G for the game, it Don’t Ease Pain,
    You know that you don’t need brains
    You should know these things, can’t rap so he sang, right when the police came

    ^^^

    Lol – I respectfully disagree. Life Story is pretty much the perfect album IMO. Dep was hugely underrated though. His way of putting words together was RIDICULOUS. SMFH@ The Source for giving him ‘Worst Rhyme Of The Year’ because his verse on ‘Let’s Get It’ went over the whole editorial team’s head.

  4. AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don't Fail Me Now Says:

    Life Story > Child OF The Ghetto
    =========================
    Life Story is a better overall album, but some of G-Dep’s songs on that album speak to the soul, cause you know the shit is real talk.

    “Everyday” >>>

  5. V.I Says:

    WOW WHAT A FAT BASTARD

  6. g7 Says:

    D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    May 15th, 2009 at 10:49 am
    Boobie gang

    Bawse

    Bawse

    Boobie Boobie

    ^cornyyyy(c) you

  7. BIG STRONG AKA Mr. Duck Ass Nigga Exposer Says:

    Combat Jacks says :
    Still trying to figure out how Eskay stays making all of that money. Not to get in dude’s pocket, but the street estimate in terms of what he makes is what I want to make doing this shit. Soon too. I’m impressed by his game. Not mad at his game at all.
    *Sees Eskay makes good Dollar plans to start my own Blog*

  8. g7 Says:

    Paper Trail > Deeper than Rap

  9. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    Rawsey Bawsey

    ^^

    o_0

    who typed that gay shit?

  10. D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    ^cornyyyy(c) you
    ^
    You were just waitin’….lol…you little peon

  11. D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Paper Trail > Deeper than Rap
    ^
    Yup

  12. Beezy aka Rowdy Roddy Pipe Her Says:

    Bawsey impost on John Legend’s performance

    ^WTF? Impost is not a word.

  13. El feces lOco Says:

    you sayyyyyyyy you want passionnnnnnn I think you found it
    get ready for ackshawnnnnn dont be astoundedddd
    we switchin posistionsss you feel surroundeddd

  14. BIG STRONG AKA Mr. Duck Ass Nigga Exposer Says:

    Back around ’92, ’93, there was a secret war going on between LL Cool J and Jay-Z. At the time, LL was sitting on top of the world, especially after he dropped his classic “Mama Said Knock You Out” LP, which was bonkers. LL was untouchable, having earned the title of being a battle rapper as well. Jay-Z, Dame Dash and Clark Kent was on the hunt though. No one was effin with then with regard to giving Jay a shot as a credible artist and they figured if Jay was known as the dude that kilt LL in battle, record labels would take note and give him that much sought after deal. Dame and Clark had the plan laid out, whenever LL was spotted by either of them, they would page each other and Jay and get him to meet at whatever location LL was. This went on a couple of times. Once contacted, Jay would roll up to the club, bar or whatever venue and lay in the cut, waiting for his opportunity to attack LL in battle. Dame would polly with, then taunt LL about how Jay was nicer than him, was ready to take his spot even. LL’s ego would result in him agreeing to go head to head against the young and then unknown challenger. They would take the battle to the parking lot, outside of the venues and away from the crowds. And battle they would. Dame and Clark would end up in my office the following day, laughing about how Jay lit that ass up. Every time too. They was a bit sour too, cause after each battle, LL would kill the vibe, crush Jay’s high by flinging the “yo, my next record is dropping next month, uhm, when’s yours coming out again, scrap?” line at him. Jay, Dame and Clark didn’t like that shit. Not one bit. I’m betting those battles are the reason LL is still kinda aggie towards Jay. Don’t let his words fool you. Since I was never physically present at any of these “secret wars”, I stay begging Clark to let me interview him about those battles for one of my drops. He stays telling me no. I feel I’ma land that soon though. Soon.

  15. Beezy aka Rowdy Roddy Pipe Her Says:

    im·post 1 (mpst)
    n.
    1. Something, such as a tax or duty, that is imposed.
    2. Sports The weight a horse must carry in a handicap race.

    >>okay so its a word…but it aint used right.

  16. D. Billz Says:

    RAWSE!

  17. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Philly! (kinda sorta)

  18. g7 Says:

    D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    May 15th, 2009 at 10:53 am
    Paper Trail > Deeper than Rap
    ^
    Yup

    ===
    i was just listening to Paper Trail last night and realized that

  19. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    I texted one of my platonic female friends this morning about her having a good weekend…I ended the text with something like ” later sexyface”.

    moments later she replies ” my man is reading my texts over my shoulder and he says he does’nt appreciate you calling me sexyface”.

    I replied ” Well sorry then you ugly bitch”…they both haven’t texted me back yet.

    ^^

    LMAOOOOOOOOO!!!

  20. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # Beezy aka Rowdy Roddy Pipe Her Says:
    May 15th, 2009 at 10:55 am

    im·post 1 (mpst)
    n.
    1. Something, such as a tax or duty, that is imposed.
    2. Sports The weight a horse must carry in a handicap race.

    >>okay so its a word…but it aint used right.
    ^^

    You know he means impose lol …

  21. Troyvul Says:

    *Daps All* (Proper online etiquette)

    I still have no reason why this was not his second single…this is a perfect song for the summer

  22. Beezy aka Rowdy Roddy Pipe Her Says:

    Combat’s story about the japanese broads with Clark >>>

  23. V.I Says:

    CLIWPSE!

  24. El feces lOco Says:

    just tell me how you want your giftttttttttt girlll

    say you wanted flowers on a beddddddd
    but you got me
    and I was on the bed

    LF: LL beat Jay in a couple of those battles…BUT Jayz won them all..if you let the internets tell it.

    Jay was still doing some of that wack fast freestyle rap in those days.

  25. D. Billz Says:

    Piddy raped Dep’s shine and I will never forgive him for that. “Lets Get It” dropped earlier that year. Instead of droppin’ Dep’s album with the buzz surrounding, Piddy jacked the song and put it on the “Saga Continues” album in late spring/early summer. By the time Dep’s album dropped (October/November) the buzz had died down and Dep tried his best to rebound with “Special Delivery” and it didn’t garner quite as much attention.

    To this day, I still hate Piddy for that.

  26. ONCE AGAIN Says:

    this live version OWNS. FIRE.

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