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Video: Common Freestyle In Madrid


I’m gon’ in…

I think Andrew summed it up pretty well:

At first, Rash was clearly going off the dome, and I thought we were home free until the 1:20 mark when he dropped the Lil Wayne/LOllipop/Lil Wayne/Lady Cop line. I really didn’t think he was going to do it this time around. Color me treated. Can someone put a phone call into him or Derek about this? Thanks.

LOLPWND.

Previously: Common & Jamie Foxx – Live In Philly (Video)

Actually, previously: Common Keeps Lil Wayne On His Mind


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51 Responses to “Video: Common Freestyle In Madrid”

  1. nation Says:

    Spain >

  2. Voltron Says:

    # Dre Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 7:44 pm

    I kinda feel sorry for 50… how sad is it that his BEP verse is his best halfway through 2009.

    ^^

    what verse?

    and HOW IS FLEX PLAYING THIS??

    WHAT HAPPENED TO DESTROYING INTERSCOPE??

  3. Voltron Says:

    oh yeah…

    *daps all*

    whattup Dre and esk

  4. D. Billz Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don’t Fail Me Now Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 8:41 pm

    ^First we’re conditioned to not like Meth’s album because we’re waitin’ for the “next big thing” (nh), then we’re conditioning to hating Fif…

    1st off, I just made a general comment. You took it to the heart, so you must feel like the description fits.

    “Forcing elitism is even worse than dick riding”

    I never said you had to like the song so knock it off.

    ^Exactly. Nobody has to like anything so I don’t understand how taste and preference is conditioning when the options are abundant.

  5. jimmy valentime Says:

    Saw common perform BE at sam goody in 05

    Rip records store

    Rip

  6. Dre Says:

    # eskay Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 8:40 pm e

    hating on Boo Boo is second nature to me, but I still give him his props when he makes a good song/mixtape. (as rare as that is).
    _________________________________________________________

    Can’t say I agree with your wanting 50 to fail mentality lol.

    I listen to every 50 song hoping to be surprised but he keeps disappointing me. I just want 50 to make good music again.

    But I guess if I really want to see that, shitting on him in front of the [rap] world see doesn’t help.

  7. Jersey*made*me Says:

    50 is a wrap.That’s no secret.He won’t gain or alose another fan,niggas who like him like him and niggas who hate him hate him.The thing is GRODT and a few joints after earned him his respect.The nigga can always throw a “Get It In” out there at any given time but homie too rich to give us that pre-Vitamin Water hungry Queens shit.

    BTW this joint ain’t that tough.

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

    Nobody has to like anything so I don’t understand how taste and preference is conditioning when the options are abundant.
    ===============================================
    If you can’t see how hating 50 has become fashionable over the past few years, i don’t know what to tell you.

    Curtis wasn’t that bad of an album but people talk like it was a frisbee.
    T.O.S. was decent but still got ripped apart.
    Cats are siding with the C.O.
    Get It In was better then alot of shit that gets love on the blogs.

    Hating Curtis is = to cats dickriding Drake

    Neither artist deserves the extreme.

  9. No_neva-eva Says:

    Common should come out and endorse some extra double quilted toilet tissue.

    Dude is an authority on being soft.

    I’m not saying he ain’t street I’m saying dude used to be sharp as an artist, now he’s a guest on Oprah and has lost his ear for music / drive as a writer.

    *reminisces on Resurrection rmx*
    *plays new Gucci*

  10. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Nobody has to like anything so I don’t understand how taste and preference is conditioning when the options are abundant

    ^^
    I don’t know Billz,some niggas down south won’t even play “that New York shit”.It’s like a civil war with some southern cats.With no justification at that.

  11. D. Billz Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 8:39 pm

    Amp had somewhat of a point though.I think there is a degree of training involved.Look how niggas go at Budden.If nothing else the nigga can rhyme his ass off,yet the popular thing to do is to say fuck Joe Budden.If it’s about the music that shit is ass backwards.

    ^That aint conditioning. That’s separating the music from the person because the net has made it more intrapersonal. Fans just don’t like certain people and don’t vibe with them regardless of how dope the music is. Having a fan base that “likes” you (for a lack of a better word) is more than just having dope music. Is it right? Depends on your perspective. Case In Point: Jim Jones SEEMS to be a dirtbag and grimey individual, but he has some catchy songs and a great ear for talent. Whoever cop his albums feel that they can relate in some type of way (very few dudes) or really like the shit outta of his image/singles (mostly women). That has been the climate for quite some time now and that’s the way it is continued to be.

    RJOrion even admits that he think Joe Budden is a good MC but he just doesn’t like that nigga. You have cats on here who has called him all types of “bitch ass nigga”, “faggie”, and this and that and has NEVER met the dude. But because the INTRAnet (Youtubes, random vids non-music related) has bridged the gap between fan and artist, people make judgments accordingly. GOOD, if the fans like you… BAD, if they don’t.

  12. kix Says:

    Weezy > All

  13. "A" Chick Le Fleur Says:

    Curtis wasn’t that bad of an album but people talk like it was a frisbee.

    ^^^^LMAO

    Yo you got a point there, that album wasn’t trash. But when it dropped alongside the GEM that was Kanye’s Graduation, it was Game Over.

    Personally, i think 50 is played out unless he starts droppin some certified bomb ass joints. Until then, I ain’t checkin for the bully.

  14. D. Billz Says:

    With that being said… I’d rather use Mef’s album to slice up a cheap pizza pie.

  15. eskay Says:

    >>Can’t say I agree with your wanting 50 to fail mentality lol.

    I really don’t though.

    really, I can’t, because he’s already succeeded.

    I was happy as hell for him when GRODT did what it did, but then he started playing himself, so i no longer have love for him.

    that doesn’t mean that I hate him or wanna see him in the poor house though.

  16. eskay Says:

    calling Curtis a frisbee is being generous. TOS was cool.

  17. Jersey*made*me Says:

    That aint conditioning. That’s separating the music from the person because the net has made it more intrapersonal. Fans just don’t like certain people and don’t vibe with them regardless of how dope the music is. Having a fan base that “likes” you (for a lack of a better word) is more than just having dope music. Is it right? Depends on your perspective. Case In Point: Jim Jones SEEMS to be a dirtbag and grimey individual, but he has some catchy songs and a great ear for talent. Whoever cop his albums feel that they can relate in some type of way (very few dudes) or really like the shit outta of his image/singles (mostly women). That has been the climate for quite some time now and that’s the way it is continued to be.

    RJOrion even admits that he think Joe Budden is a good MC but he just doesn’t like that nigga. You have cats on here who has called him all types of “bitch ass nigga”, “faggie”, and this and that and has NEVER met the dude. But because the INTRAnet (Youtubes, random vids non-music related) has bridged the gap between fan and artist, people make judgments accordingly. GOOD, if the fans like you… BAD, if they don’t.

    ^^
    Truism.

  18. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    Curtis wasn’t that bad of an album but people talk like it was a frisbee.

    ^^^^LMAO

    Yo you got a point there, that album wasn’t trash. But when it dropped alongside the GEM that was Kanye’s Graduation, it was Game Over.
    ^
    lol

    the fake beef with Kanye probably backfired(pause) on him

  19. jimmy valentime Says:

    ;;ask danger mouse for beat tape::

    ::is mailed back blank disk;;

    ;;gives blank stare;;

  20. kevFRESH this CHESS not CHECKERS chuckie. now bust a stupid dope move & beat it scram! Says:

    smh @ the idea of fiddy in the poor poorhouse.

    he’s generations of new money removed from that.

  21. D. Billz Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 8:55 pm

    Nobody has to like anything so I don’t understand how taste and preference is conditioning when the options are abundant

    ^^
    I don’t know Billz,some niggas down south won’t even play “that New York shit”.It’s like a civil war with some southern cats.With no justification at that.

    ^And? What records do you feel that NYC has made recently that should be played in the South?

  22. Dre Says:

    # eskay Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 8:58 pm e

    calling Curtis a frisbee is being generous. TOS was cool.
    _________________________________________________

    I completely bypassed TOS because of Curtis.

    I doubt it’s good enough to listen to for the first time almost a year after it dropped. Right?

  23. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Vitamin Water presents LoJ – Theme Music Vol. 1 mixtape.
    ^^^^

    I FUCKING love this mixtape

    *daps all*

  24. Jersey*made*me Says:

    ^And? What records do you feel that NYC has made recently that should be played in the South?

    ^^
    Shots fired @ NY?

  25. jimmy valentime Says:

    @ d billz

    Cookies and apple juiiiiiccccce!

  26. Voltron Says:

    Beg For Mercy was sick.

    POTD >>>>> GRODT

    by a lot.

    Cuertis was a borderline lyricist on POTD.

  27. "A" Chick Le Fleur Says:

    ^
    lol

    the fake beef with Kanye probably backfired(pause) on him
    —–
    Not really considering they both went almost Platinum the first week.
    But I do think he waited too long after ‘I Get Money’ to drop the album.

  28. Jersey*made*me Says:

    *tongues CiCi down*

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

    And? What records do you feel that NYC has made recently that should be played in the South?
    ========================================
    Jada should be getting more love across the board.

    “Who’s Real” is custom made for the South, but it doesn’t seem like it’s being embraced.

    New York artists can’t get deals cause the South doesn’t give New York MC’s any burn.

  30. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    *tongues CiCi down*
    ^^^^

    Oh so now you wanna fuck with me? Okay…

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

    “I’ll Still Kill” was a heatrock that people basically ignored.

  32. D. Billz Says:

    Cats are siding with the C.O.

    ^I think people are “siding” based on music (for once) and not “credibility”.

    1. People got tired of Curtis’ antics and realized his “beef” schtick before every album has got old and tired. Especially with nothing really concrete and damaging. He was a C.O. and lied. Who cares? Which leads to…

    2. We don’t walk in the shoes in any of these niggas. Like, this new wave of fuckery has become the WWF for hiphop fans. Like, you can also map out who’s gonna side with who just based on cosigns and song collaborations. I be sittin’ at my PC thinkin’, do I really give a damn? Maybe the yutes do, but it’s boring for me. Furthermore, which one of our grown asses is really gonna go buy the album? Exactly.

    DTR > everything curtis did after GRODT (with the exception of Sabrina’s Baby Boy mixtape)

  33. D. Billz Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don’t Fail Me Now Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:06 pm

    “I’ll Still Kill” was a heatrock that people basically ignored.

    ^I can agree with that. Pure calisthenic music.

    *does 5 situps*

    *quits*

  34. jimmy valentime Says:

    I bought crime pays

    Its dope but..

    It was mixed terribly ..I would honsetly mix the album for free if I had the chance…

    Once you learn how to produce or mix it ruins being a rap fan to an extent

    I can hear punch-ins and was oblivious to them before

    There a real bad punch on best I ever had that fuck up the song for me

  35. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Oh so now you wanna fuck with me? Okay…

    ^^
    I had a attitude about those weekend rumors and shit.

  36. "A" Chick Le Fleur Says:

    I don’t know Billz,some niggas down south won’t even play “that New York shit”.It’s like a civil war with some southern cats.With no justification at that.

    This ^^
    I cant think of anybody from NYC that’s gettin down south play right now since…pop bottles first came out. NADA, ZILCH.

    As far as the south being justified in that …i don’t know. Maybe Cookies & Applejuice could be hott in the club but what’s really good with NY right now?

  37. Jersey*made*me Says:

    “I’ll Still Kill” was a heatrock that people basically ignored.

    ^^
    Co fucking sign.

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

    DTR > everything curtis did after GRODT (with the exception of Sabrina’s Baby Boy mixtape)
    ===================================
    See, to say that just tosses logic out the window.

    The Massacre is = or > then Deeper Then Rap

  39. jimmy valentime Says:

    Guess who’s back> power of the dollar

  40. D. Billz Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Pimpin Don’t Fail Me Now Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    And? What records do you feel that NYC has made recently that should be played in the South?
    ========================================
    Jada should be getting more love across the board.

    “Who’s Real” is custom made for the South, but it doesn’t seem like it’s being embraced.

    New York artists can’t get deals cause the South doesn’t give New York MC’s any burn.

    ^I aint sayin’ that it’s right but I don’t blame ’em. If NYC supported their own then they wouldn’t be suffering. 8 millie in the metropolitan and a ninja can’t move units in the first week? Either it’s crab in the barrell OR…

    They just aint feelin’ it. Not hard to believe.

  41. The Shot Clock aka servin through my burglar bars Says:

    *daps Nahmaicans*

    fucking T.I.

    cause in this capitalist society, money is all – Pharcyde

  42. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:07 pm

    Oh so now you wanna fuck with me? Okay…

    ^^
    I had a attitude about those weekend rumors and shit.
    ^^^

    That wasn’t a rumor, that was fact. Liquor is the Devil’s poison, I’m telling you lol

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

    jimmy valentime Says:

    May 18th, 2009 at 9:09 pm
    Guess who’s back> power of the dollar
    ==============================
    Yezzir.

  44. sean coonery Says:

    light skin niggas > dark skin niggas

  45. sean coonery Says:

    T.I is only getting two months..

    Applaud that nigger for snitching and cooperating.

  46. D. Billz Says:

    I love my East Coast music, but the East Coast thrived off of “aggressive content” after the Native Tongues movement. Niggas stopped having fun and started bodying everything moving on record: wives, kids, grandmothers, your uncle Rollo, etc. South found their niche with “fun” music and moved right in. East Coast gotta learn to have fun again if you want spins on the radio. Curtis, ironically, is the last aggressive artist that got burn and ever will get burn on the radio.

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

    I aint sayin’ that it’s right but I don’t blame ‘em. If NYC supported their own then they wouldn’t be suffering.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    I whole heartedly agree with this.

    8 millie in the metropolitan and a ninja can’t move units in the first week? Either it’s crab in the barrell OR…They just aint feelin’ it. Not hard to believe.
    ========================================
    It’s a combination of both. New Yorkers have been brainwashed into believing that South shit is hot. I mean, it’s good to party too butfor the most part, there’s very little substance coming out the South.

  48. Jersey*made*me Says:

    As far as the south being justified in that …i don’t know. Maybe Cookies & Applejuice could be hott in the club but what’s really good with NY right now?

    ^^
    It’s just the south’s turn that’s all.I remember northern niggas would laugh at you for playing something southern.And you couldn’t get a deal if you were from the south.They felt the same way niggas up top feel now.The thing is you gotta be careful how you treat niggas when they’re down.Cali is a prime example.They acted funny when Cali was poppin and now look at the state of hip hop out there.

  49. Jersey*made*me Says:

    That wasn’t a rumor, that was fact. Liquor is the Devil’s poison, I’m telling you lol

    ^^
    LMAO.

  50. Voltron Says:

    # jimmy valentime Says:
    May 18th, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    Guess who’s back> power of the dollar

    ^

    no

    if you’re gonna reach then POTD = GWB

  51. ian Says:

    he dropped the lil wayne line in colorado too

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