Video: Naledge Vlog (7/30)

Naledge checks in from SoundScape studio while purveying some new sounds. He gives us an update on the new Kidz In The Hall album, Rock The Bells, and his show this Friday in Milwaukee.

Props to RubyHornet

Previously: Naledge Interview w/ iHipHop (Video) | Naledge Vlogs From The Studio (Video)


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7 Responses to “Video: Naledge Vlog (7/30)”

  1. Taster's Choice [||] Says:

    Dear eskay,

    We’ve been cool since forever. I always put your wife ahead of my own wife. One time, my wife seent a shirt from the GAP that she liked and I said, “You know what sweetie, I know you like it, but I have to buy that for eskay’s wife. She would like it more.” No shots or other inappropriate innuendo re: your wife, natch — I’m just saying.

    Now, I’ve been on Twitter for a minute. You were the second dude I followed after nation. We’ve even exchanged words on there and you’ve referred to me as the Nah General Counsel. But yet you haven’t followed me. As if all I’ve done for your wife isn’t enough.

    Now then, I’m giving you one week to follow me on Twitter. I called Dre while he was doing your laundry and folding your underwear, but he wouldn’t let me speak with you. Still, I know Dre knows who I am. You are officially on notice, brother. If you do not follow me in one week, I will have no choice but to pound you deeply and forcefully. Lyrically, of course.

    Warmest Regards,
    chea

    p.s. Your nephew Mustapha recently approached my son at Tiny Tots Gym on the west side holding a vimeo while he was riding his tricycle. Brother, THIS IS HOW WARS AMONG NATIONS ARE STARTED. I must ask you to put your team in line. If there are further situations at Tiny Tots Gym I will be forced to defend my family.

  2. Mr. Lehmee put my P in your V, please? Says:

    Looks like Fabolous is on track to getting his very first no. 1 album.

    Industry insiders at hitsdailydouble.com have tabulated their one-day sales numbers and project the rapper’s new disc, Loso’s Way, to sell between 95,000 and 100,000 in its first week.

    If the estimates are correct, this will be Fab’s first no. 1 album on The Billboard 200. 2007’s From Nothin’ to Something, the Brooklyn rapper’s debut on Def Jam, came close but only peaked at no. 2 with 159,000 units sold.
    ^
    From Nothin’ To somethin’ is my very favorite Fab album…i hope he can eventually crack 300k….

  3. nation Says:

    >> Your nephew Mustapha recently approached my son at Tiny Tots Gym on the west side holding a vimeo while he was riding his tricycle.

    fucking dead

  4. Big_seth aka Waffle Iron$ Says:

    LMAO @ Chea’s letter.

    Where do you come up with this shit.

    *dies*

  5. Troyvul Says:

    From Nothin’ To somethin’ is my very favorite Fab album…i hope he can eventually crack 300k….

    ^

    He will…chicks are digging his album heavy, I was lol’n at people going nuts over this shit on facebook saying it’s a “Classic” or “Rappers need to step there game up, after this”…I just roffled

  6. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    good form chea….good form.

  7. geico lizard Says:

    roffle@chea

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