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Nas – Film (prod. C-Sick)

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Yeah, that’s C-Sick sitting next to Gnozir.

Nas – Film (Produced by C-Sick) [via TSS]

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42 Responses to “Nas – Film (prod. C-Sick)”

  1. Brickelus Dickelus Says:

    ecstatic

  2. Micheal Tyson aka admiration is the farthest thing from understanding Says:

    illmatic

  3. mass effect Says:

    Great song, didnt think Nas still had it in him.

  4. Brickelus Dickelus Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=qPiqFakMbJI

    ^

    this kid c-sick look like a alien – watch wayne sign him

  5. November End formly known as Tyson the WOAT Says:

    damn i havent use Firefox in a min Internet Explorer caught up

  6. G unit Says:

    WOW Nas still got it………

  7. November End formly known as Tyson the WOAT Says:

    Best Esco album

    1.Illmatic
    2.Lost Tapes
    3.It Was Written
    4.Iam Nas
    5.Untitled
    6.Stillmatic
    7.God Son
    8.Hip Hop is Dead
    9.Nastradamus
    10.Street’s Disciple

  8. FRANCOIS Says:

    i cant believe they sampled a 90s dance song, Ultra Nate’s “free.” Nas is my favorite lyricist but i have to keep it a hundred: STEP UP YOUR PRODUCTION game, Nas. Gotta pick better beats, bro. Prime reason why his albums be lacking. and that’s word.

  9. term Says:

    # FRANCOIS Says:
    June 22nd, 2009 at 8:08 pm

    i cant believe they sampled a 90s dance song, Ultra Nate’s “free.” Nas is my favorite lyricist but i have to keep it a hundred: STEP UP YOUR PRODUCTION game, Nas. Gotta pick better beats, bro. Prime reason why his albums be lacking. and that’s word.

    ^

    lol you forgot……. Kelis might take his money. Why would nas invest in better beats now??

  10. G unit Says:

    @ Francois u Dummy

    C – sick won a Beat making competition and as his prize he got a chance to do a song with Nas and this is it.

    I think the production is good, ya’ll over doing the Nas weak production shit now.

  11. FRANCOIS Says:

    lol brotha, he better have his legal on point. That child support and alimony is going to be deducted from his “extra philly change” account. He may need to start calling C. Webber for free beats. He has been sucha dissapointment for me man–dont get it twisted though, he still a sick lyricist.

  12. KingPoetic Says:

    # mass effect Says:
    June 22nd, 2009 at 7:54 pm

    Great song, didnt think Nas still had it in him.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Dumb motherfuckers will be saying this for another 10 years still. Maybe Nas has another classic in him, maybe he doesn’t. But you don’t think he has anything good left? You don’t think he knows how to put a song together anymore? Forgot how to rap?!?! lol

  13. B. Ware Says:

    TSS acknowledged that it was via http://www.steadybloggin.com, why doesn’t anybody else? A little strange.

    Peace,

    B. Ware

  14. QUEENZ Says:

    Francois shut the fuck up. If you read the story behind this song you would know that Nas gave a no name rookie a shot on the boards. Were you expecting DJ Premiere production? This was the kid’s first job. So for that I salute Nas. He can rap to a nigga beating on a kitchen table and it’ll still be doper than some niggas full length albums. The lyrics on this joint were flawless!!!! And this is one of his throw aways….it’ll never be released on any album and its of top quality. “Distant Relative” on the way!!

  15. Kell-EL Says:

    He can rap to a nigga beating on a kitchen table and it’ll still be doper than some niggas full length albums.

    ^ TTTTTRRRRUUUUUTTTHHHHHH!!!!

  16. boi-dan Says:

    “”He can rap to a nigga beating on a kitchen table and it’ll still be doper than some niggas full length albums.””

  17. elgindotcom Says:

    no lie.. Jay can never spit anything like this. This has that “Drunk By Myself” feel (one of nas best songs ever IMO)

  18. SilkCityP Says:

    Ya’ll wait & see… Nas cookin some crack up…. all the vets know what time it is, raekwon, jigga, dre…. don’t be surprised if nasty nas gives the “fans” what they have been wanting on his next lp! In the last 2 months pete rock & 9th wonder have already gotten the call! Nas makin power moves

  19. term Says:

    # FRANCOIS Says:
    June 22nd, 2009 at 8:28 pm

    lol brotha, he better have his legal on point. That child support and alimony is going to be deducted from his “extra philly change” account. He may need to start calling C. Webber for free beats. He has been sucha dissapointment for me man–dont get it twisted though, he still a sick lyricist.

    ^

    yeah the Untitled album was good though. But this track doesn’t go hard….. man……

  20. FRANCOIS Says:

    #Queenz,
    Sorry my comments hurt your virgin vagina. (1) I got the story behind the song. Nothing but respect–so no argument there. (2) That doesnt mean that i have to like the beat and that i should not give an opinion about why i dont like it. I did not expect a premo track or a dilla beat. I love it when established artists give unsigned or unknown producers love like nas did. But aesthtically, i didnt like it and sampling a fukin dance song? come on bro, that shit is fukin lame. Now, with respect to Nas’ lyrics, i have never ever had an issue. Like i said. he is my favorite lyricist but his choice of production is weak

  21. FRANCOIS Says:

    #Queenz,
    Sorry my comments hurt your virgin vagina. (1) I got the story behind the song. Nothing but respect–so no argument there. (2) That doesnt mean that i have to like the beat and that i should not give an opinion about why i dont like it. I did not expect a premo track or a dilla beat. I love it when established artists give unsigned or unknown producers love like nas did. But aesthtically, i didnt like it and sampling a fukin dance song? come on bro, that shit is fukin lame. Now, with respect to Nas’ lyrics, i have never ever had an issue. Like i said. he is my favorite lyricist but his choice of production is weak

  22. noduh Says:

    yall niggas is stupid

    this track is fuckin hot

    wow @ yall taste in music

    yall on j cole dick and call this wack?

    *shakes head*

  23. WHY OH WHY! Says:

    You niggas gossip like bitches…believe everything you hear and you no absolutely nothing about shit! Fall back and stop believing the hype about this internet gossip about Nas! This man will be straight…you niggas didn’t believe he had money before so why ya’ll so concerned now….GOSSIPPING ASS FAGGOTS!

  24. stop the clowning! Says:

    This song is DOPE…niggas is killing the rap game with negativity!

  25. FRANCOIS Says:

    # queenz,
    sorry my comments hurt your virgin vagina. It hurt cuz you know its true. (1) i got the story behind the beat. Nothing but respect to Nas for that. so no argument there. i was not expecting a premo beat ( i honestly think he fell off) [wait, i take that back. that probably made you menstruate].(2) just cuz i respect the story that doesnt mean that i have to automaticaly like it, especially because it involves Nas. He is my favorite lyricist of all time but i keep it a hundred. i think that established mc’s are ill when they give unknown producers a shot and show them love. but that beat was wack and sampling a fukin dance record in such a corny way? come on bro,aesthetically, it wasnt cool. and i never doubt his lyrical might; he is my favorite mc. but i dont ride him to the point where i tell others to shut the fuk up over an unfavorable opnion about him. peace b with you

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  28. DeLaGhetto Says:

    Usershare link: http://usershare.net/6k023lfc5rm9

  29. Pikasso Says:

    Nas, Illmatic I am Nastradamus.

  30. adam Says:

    the thing is, if you know the ultra nate song then you’re hearing this in a different way to those who don’t. if you don’t know the normal speed version it just does like a mellow guitar sample and this wouldn’t sound out of place on the lost tapes at all. i personally love the fact he sampled it, you can sample anything in hiphop if you flip it right

  31. Don Garcia Says:

    EXACTLY the type of Beat i want to hear Nas on!
    Guy always had the problem to deliver superdope lyrics on superwhack instrumentals!
    Is it just me or does the producer look like eminems mini-me?!

  32. red parker Says:

    this was a dance song? i say good flip. that’s hip hop. ya’ll need to chill with that drama shit. just enjoy that your blessed with a real song, with creative value. ya dig? now let’s listen to more songs.

  33. IN_SITE Says:

    Pure uncut Hiphop nasir did it again

  34. red parker Says:

    and oh ya, nas can do whatever the fuck he wants. he already paid his dues. nuff sed.

  35. QUEENS Says:

    So let me get this straight, your gripe is that the C-Sick used the sample to a dance song?! First off, let me say that I might have come off too harsh telling you to shut the fuck up, I guess we should be able to have an intelligent discussion about rap without getting at each other like that. That being said, I think that you would be surprised at where most Rap & Hip-Hop samples come from. When you think about DJs who collect records and “dig in the crates” so to speak, they pull records from all walks of life. I’ve heard Timbaland sample actual Indian records on his and other people’s albums, I’ve heard Dr. Dre sample french records on The Firm album, I could go on forever about where certain records come from. So although its all good to have your opinion on the quality of the beat, your argument that it’s in part lame due to the origin of the sample considering that all the greats (Premo, Dre, Pete Rock, Q-Tip, Timb…) all sample from genre. My other issue is that people fail to realize that the better the lyricist, the less intrusive the beat need be. Not saying that a hard beat isn’t important but for an MC of Nas’ calliber and depth its important to not drown him out with an over-bearing beat because his words are so strong they have to be projected. For instance, take “Hero” off of “Untitled”….I’m the biggest Nas fan I know…I loved his lyrics on that song and I love the beat by Polo Da Don BUT I didn’t love the marriage between vocals and production. I feel like that beat shouldve been used for a another topic (or another rapper) and I think the lyrics were overshadowed by how busy the track was. You don’t have to agree with that but listen again to it and maybe you’ll see where I’m coming from. Then on the other hand you have rappers (NOT MCs) like Jim Jones, Plies, Gucci, etc and those niggas NEED beats to carry them through. That’s why thats all you hear in clubs cuz thats what moves you. It all comes to there being a time and place for everything. I prefer rap that I can zone out to and rewind back in amazement cuz I can’t be in a club every single day, we spend most of our time listening to music in the car, at home, at work, at the gym so naturally I’m not in a club vibe most of the time. I can’t expect to hear “I Gave You Power” or “You’re The Man” while I’m tryna get up on a chick, but when I’m not I wanna hear “Film” over a beat like the one that it’s on.

  36. mie Says:

    # FRANCOIS Says:
    June 22nd, 2009 at 8:08 pm

    i cant believe they sampled a 90s dance song, Ultra Nate’s “free.” Nas is my favorite lyricist but i have to keep it a hundred: STEP UP YOUR PRODUCTION game, Nas. Gotta pick better beats, bro. Prime reason why his albums be lacking. and that’s word.

    ^^^^
    thats the truth right there.

  37. Boom Blasta Says:

    ^^^ WHAT HE SAID^^^
    song is aight….I see alot of cats re-flippin old house records…the whole melody is taken from a classic house joint…C-Sick had better beats in the Big Tune battle…this beat is just OK. Not so much diggin here!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgRBkjgXHro

  38. Francois Says:

    #Queenz, My bro

    I am not dissing the fact the the kid sampled a dance record. it is the fact that it was not flipped creatively or raw enough for my standards. I collect records and beats and samples, so yes i am definetly aware of the wide spectrum of sources that producers utilize–at least as far as genre’s go. There is no limit to what can be or should be sampled, but i fel that when cats sample materiall that is not old or old enough and more recent, it is hard to sample the shit and flip it sickly because one’s year is so familair with the original that it is hard to hear some other shit. I do agree with you that some mc’s are ill enough where they dont need a beat to help them while others who are not as nice do. Respect on that, and on the intellectual exchange. Peace!

    CORONA, QweeenZZ

  39. rashid Says:

    nas beat selection is right on point it sets the mood for the stories he’s telling i am tired of people saying he needs to step up his beat selection thats bs somebody started that propaganda shit on him and like monkey see monkey do everybody repeats the same shit its all music enjoy all sounds and listen nas is dope always has and always will be all his albums are dope most listeners only like one sound listeners have been programmed to like only one particular sound black people we use to enjoy the art and talent of music and those who were outstanding we lost our ear we let white kids who by records dictate whats and whos dope now NAS U ARE ONE OF OUR SHINING STARS keep giving us this quality hip hop

  40. GETEM Says:

    Francois this beat was produced by a 17 year-old, give him a break. I agree with you partially.. but you have to look at it from an artistic point of view. He chooses beats on how they will fit his subject matter. Sometimes though they make it hard to listen to him. Like Ive skipped so many Nas songs because of the beat, but then I went and listened to the lyrics and my overall perception of the song changed. Thats not for every song with a weak beat though. Every artist has their share of shitty beats.

    As for this song “Film”, I like it. I love it, actually. Production is on point (especially for a 17 year old), lyrics, as always, on point. Glad Nas actually did 3 verses and wasn’t lazy. I hated the chorus at first, but it grew on me after a few listens and it sounds perfect with the beat.

  41. CANI Says:

    so people i got this awsome version of the song.
    I used to go to school with him, so through a few friends that he sent the song to, i received the song. Its not a huge difference in song just i feel like it has more color.
    Its also louder.
    :)
    http://www.zshare.net/audio/63460156b115ddfd/
    its good

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