Video: Cory Gunz – Shut ‘Em Down

Audio: Cory Gunz – Shut ‘Em Down


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44 Responses to “Video: Cory Gunz – Shut ‘Em Down”

  1. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Ja had some bangers.If a dj had to get a party jumpin from Busta,Ja,or Em joints he would get the most chicks on the floor with Ja joints.I was in ATL when “Put it on Me” was out and them niggas used to go nuts when that shit came on.

  2. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    KILLA!

  3. Volton Says:

    The Ecstaticic

  4. Volton Says:

    The Ecstatic

  5. rex hussla Says:

    Ja was just a product of Irv strongarming the execs, the Def Jam machine and maaaad payola. I refuse to believe he was ever that popular. And he came out at the exact time record sales were on steroids. There’s a reason you could go to a used record/cd store and find 1,000s of copies of his shit. And this was when he was “popular”. I remember when he first came out, he had maaad Hype directed videos getting played for his album cuts and nobody gave a fuck until he came out with the R&B bullshit.

  6. Joe 88 Says:

    *Turns up Ja Rule “where i’m from”*

    Ja “Where i’m from” > Jay-Z “where i’m from”

    *straight face*

  7. Volton Says:

    What the FUCK is wrong with you Genreal Nahggers? Leavin us on a BUDDEN post for a whole fuckin day?! Is that what’s cool?

    And ban that nigga Kedoru.

  8. Di Last Man Standing, GAZA We Seh Says:

    # PW Says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 11:38 am

    Just plain ol disrespectful…and that’s never enough
    ^

    That’s why Kartel get boo when do the tune ’bout Mavado’s moms.

    ^^^

    Exactly.

  9. Di Last Man Standing, GAZA We Seh Says:

    Rex, you HONESTLY dont fuck with “Always On Time” ?

    Thats a classic song

    *statue grill*

  10. Joe 88 Says:

    Ja was just a product of Irv strongarming the execs, the Def Jam machine and maaaad payola. I refuse to believe he was ever that popular.

    ^He has the biggest selling single in def jam history, think about this, DEF JAM think about the superstar artist def jam had when they was popular, yeah, ja single sold more than all of them, he was that popular

  11. Volton Says:

    The Ecstatic is classic.
    People still make classics in 2009?… wow.

    Roses goes HARD! Pause

  12. rex hussla Says:

    THE ECSTATIC IS INSANE…

    this is the follow up to Black on Both Sides I’ve been waiting for for about 10 years now…makes you wonder how the fuck he even released the last two albums without being ashamed of himself.

  13. AmpGeez a.k.a. Fuck Yo' Thoughts Says:

    R.U.L.E. was a decent album.

    Only problem is, no one cares.

  14. Di Last Man Standing, GAZA We Seh Says:

    # rex hussla Says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 11:44 am

    THE ECSTATIC IS INSANE…

    this is the follow up to Black on Both Sides I’ve been waiting for for about 10 years now…makes you wonder how the fuck he even released the last two albums without being ashamed of himself.

    ^^^^

    Cosign all of this to the 100000000000th power

  15. Joe 88 Says:

    I remember when he first came out, he had maaad Hype directed videos getting played for his album cuts and nobody gave a fuck until he came out with the R&B bullshit.

    ^His first album went double/triple I think

    He wasn’t RnB till his second album. And def jam was against him going RnB, he forced it on them (pause). So def jam wasn’t masterminding nothing when his biggest single came out, all Ja & irv

  16. TheCo!!inB Says:

    I can’t see this video, but why is it listed under “eye candy”?

  17. Geronimo P Says:

    This video is poppin

  18. rex hussla Says:

    Di Last Man Standing, GAZA We Seh Says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 11:42 am

    Rex, you HONESTLY dont fuck with “Always On Time” ?

    Thats a classic song
    _________________________________________

    NO

  19. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Clap Back instrumental>>>>>>>>>>>

    Ja should’ve just talked shit over the track intead of fucking up the beat with them lyrics and that hook.

  20. Hoskins Says:

    Christina Milian in sthat “Between Me and you Video” >>>>>>>

    Video “vixens” (roffle) from that era>>>>>>>>

  21. Joe 88 Says:

    R.U.L.E. was a decent album.

    Only problem is, no one cares.

    ^Exactly, when it first came out, it was more than decent to me, it was borderline, but time made me see the flaws in it, but it’s definently his 2nd/3rd best album.

    give me a minute, let me tell you why these niggas is timid
    they running round with big bodies & no hearts in em

  22. Ghost Writer Says:

    No Way Out is a classic

  23. Volton Says:

    “Def Jam’s biggest-selling record to date is the Beastie Boys’ Licensed to Ill.”

  24. Hoskins Says:

    Gloria Velez in that “Holla Holla” Video >>>>>>>

  25. wavy is a cliche Says:

    Yo joe you heard that new kells mixtape?

  26. Di Last Man Standing, GAZA We Seh Says:

    …Ja even made Jennifer Lopez sound ill…

  27. Joe 88 Says:

    “Def Jam’s biggest-selling record to date is the Beastie Boys’ Licensed to Ill.”

    ^SINGLE voltron SINGLE. Re-read what I said

  28. wavy is a cliche Says:

    I coulda swore oh boy sold more than thy beastie boys shit

  29. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Always There was a great record, if you think or thought otherwise you weren’t getting pussy at that point in your life.

  30. Micheal Tyson aka I Want Money Like Cosby Says:

    Irv Gotti Says Jay-Z Is A Better MC Than Eminem
    ==================================
    thats Captain Obvious shit…..but the shit he was saying that he would survive in a battle with Jeffrey and Earl was some dumb shit

  31. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Hell, that Ja/Mary “Rainy Dayz” record was crazy too.

  32. Di Last Man Standing, GAZA We Seh Says:

    # Volton Says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 11:47 am

    “Def Jam’s biggest-selling record to date is the Beastie Boys’ Licensed to Ill.”

    ^^^

    Thats an ALBUM Victory, he said single.

    stay close [II]

  33. Joe 88 Says:

    Yo joe you heard that new kells mixtape?

    ^I’ve sworn off listening to kells, but I might back slide (pause) & listen to the rapist, it’s a gangster grillz, and the drama tagz might make that shit sound that much hotter, I was thinking bout downloading it

    How is it? Is it more RnB or like rapping/singing kells?

  34. Di Last Man Standing, GAZA We Seh Says:

    # TheCo!!inB Says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 11:49 am

    Always There was a great record, if you think or thought otherwise you weren’t getting pussy at that point in your life.

    ^^^^

    THIS.

  35. AmpGeez a.k.a. Fuck Yo' Thoughts Says:

    Rule and Irv need to focus on finding new artists. That’s what fucked them up. With all the focus on Ja, Black Child & Tah never got any shine and when 50 got at them, Ja was by himself as far as the public was concerned.

    The Gwop Boys are trash and as much as I fuck with Newz, he’s a supporting player, not a franchise star.

    Irv shoulda signed Freeway lol.

  36. Volton Says:

    @ Rex – FUCK OFF!

    The New Danger was classic in my eyes. It wasn’t a hip-hop album which is why people were pissed. It was more rock/soul/funk than anything and musically, it was out of this world.

    True Magic was sick. Was disapointing but had some great song on there. Fake Bonanza was Thieves In The Night part 2. And the intro was lyrically loco, he just rapped it like he was asleep.

  37. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    green eyes Says:

    December 11th, 2006 at 2:44 pm

    ^^^ Its a little deeper, she wont answer my calls when i do call, and she has me pick up our daughter from her Brothers house and she doesnt even want to speak to me, Saw her at the gym at she completely ignored me, its been going on for a month now

    ^ Fuxie– you didnt give us this entire background before man… sorry love, but those flowers et al were just a waste of money. its over.

  38. Hoskins Says:

    New danger was incoherent and shit

  39. J.B. Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    June 4th, 2009 at 11:42 am
    Ja was just a product of Irv strongarming the execs, the Def Jam machine and maaaad payola. I refuse to believe he was ever that popular.

    ^He has the biggest selling single in def jam history, think about this, DEF JAM think about the superstar artist def jam had when they was popular, yeah, ja single sold more than all of them, he was that popular

    I Remember when that Bamma spelled Murder wrong in a “freestyle” goin’ at Em.

    I can’t even front tho, when he was on those Survival of the Fittest CD’s he went in (nh).

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    Finally, another rapper can actually exist here who’s not Flake.

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  43. cozy Says:

    shit is dope

  44. ewtry Says:

    why are 99% of comments on this site irrelevant?

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