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The Knux – Fuck You

Here’s a new joint from the New Orleans bred duo to get the momentum going for their sophomore release.

The Knux – Fuck You

Previously: The Knux Interview w/ RubyHornet


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37 Responses to “The Knux – Fuck You”

  1. dafirestarta Says:

    # dafirestarta Says:
    August 3rd, 2009 at 6:39 pm

    # rex hussla Says:
    August 3rd, 2009 at 6:37 pm

    That Jay-Z cover changed my life. My life now has two phases B.B.P.3. and A.B.P.3.

    ^”calm down, relax, start breathing” (c) mr. mathers

  2. I Fux Says:

    niggas saying something isnt hiphop, toooo me thats just fucking stupid.

    sprite commercials are hiphop, ol white man sayin “who let the dogs out”, japanese dudes with wierd ass tighty pants are hiphop…… there really isnt one day where i didnt see something hiphop influenced since like 1981

  3. Rockabye Says:

    Children of Men might be the best movie of the decade… aside from City Of God and Dark Knight.

    ^

    Amen. I haven’t seen City of God, though.

    And the Jay-Z cover is dope. That ain’t “project hallway” and shouldn’t be.

  4. sleep AKA I'M 2 COOL 4 U DUDES 2 RIDICULE Says:

    seeing jay-z cover>>>>>>> any post after run this town

  5. rex hussla Says:

    These dudes probably get their videos played on the LOGO Network a lot

  6. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    for Clive or for Clive’s character? because I think it fit with his character. the nigga was a maverick (no Palin) the whole movie from the first meeting with the DA chick and the German authorities when he was screaming at them. and he tracked the nigga down because Old Russian Guy helped him.

    ^

    clive’s character. its been awhile since i seen it to be honest. but i just remember thinking the plot went south once the old man, who’d been sinister and loyal to the bankers all these years, just up and decided to confess and help Clive, who was then able to get close enough to this big dog to have a chance to murk him.

    but it was a good flick all in all. and the twist at the end was definitely strong.

  7. Rockabye Says:

    there really isnt one day where i didnt see something hiphop influenced since like 1981

    ^

    Hip-hop as a culture drives America from the ground up like white people’s money drives it from the top down.

  8. FRANCOIS Says:

    hipsta rap…the album will come with a star bucks gift card so that one can puchase a triple mocha in soy with whip cream and froth with a “drizzle” caramel poured counter clockwise with extra froth..and room, please.

  9. Apollo Says:

    If hip hop dont evolve, yall complain. When it does evolve, yall complain. Invest in tampons, niggas.

    ”Yeah I stayed in touch, I heard yall back home complaining… Yall complain too much”
    “So hateful, bunch of dudes I put on, out there acting so ungrateful but…”
    “daddies home, and he brought the 40 auti mati chrome for all the chatty chatty yall been doin”- GOAT

    The game will never be the same after September 11.

  10. Mac Brown aka Drugs R bad.. so I abuse the P*ssy! Says:

    Hip-hop as a culture drives America from the ground up like white people’s money drives it from the top down.

    ^^very insightful

  11. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    Hip-hop as a culture drives America from the ground up

    ^^

    i wouldnt say all that. it definitely pervades youth, entertainment and pop culture tho.

  12. Black Says:

    Just had a argument with this chick who said that all rappers should retire at the age of thirty. I hate that argument. “Throw it in the Bag” comes on she starts singing talking bout how she loves the song. I’m like u do realize that Fab is 31 yrs old right?

  13. Rockabye Says:

    very insightful

    ^

    As a white person who doesn’t have white person money like I’m talking and has been happily ensconced in hip-hop since prolly the age of 13, I know that there’s little that makes white people happier than trading their money for a little bit of the cool that Mike Jack and Jordan stole back from the Beatles, Elvis, and the Doors.

    Also, hip-hop, because it’s younger, and hops to the next thing as quickly as possible, is always adapting. Evolve or die? That’s hip-hop.

  14. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    The game will never be the same after September 11.

    ^^

    wow, stannery 101

  15. I Fux Says:

    the knux album kind of knocked

  16. Mac Brown aka Drugs R bad.. so I abuse the P*ssy! Says:

    This armpit ad is truly disturbing

  17. Zion Lion Says:

    illecism>tupac

  18. Rockabye Says:

    i wouldnt say all that. it definitely pervades youth, entertainment and pop culture tho.

    ^

    Okay, so who’s buying stuff in those three markets and why? Why did Eminem rap instead of picking up a guitar? Why are the biggest pop stars in the world (and don’t kid yourselves on this) Kanye and Jay, with Bey, a hip-hop/pop concoction, right behind? Why is Will Smith the biggest movie star on the planet?

    Cool changed after people realized disco was kinda wack. Good thing no one ever calls “Rapper’s Delight” disco, though it is.

  19. geico lizard Says:

    FRANCOIS Says:

    August 3rd, 2009 at 6:45 pm
    hipsta rap…the album will come with a star bucks gift card so that one can puchase a triple mocha in soy with whip cream and froth with a “drizzle” caramel poured counter clockwise with extra froth..and room, please.

    ^
    frasier crane

  20. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    This armpit ad is truly disturbing

    ^^

    oh shit i thought it was a hairy cooch.

  21. Apollo Says:

    wow, stannery 101
    ^^

    It balances out the hate.

  22. Rockabye Says:

    hipsta rap…the album will come with a star bucks gift card so that one can puchase a triple mocha in soy with whip cream and froth with a “drizzle” caramel poured counter clockwise with extra froth..and room, please.

    ^

    It is, but don’t knock the hustle. Money from Starbucks spends the same as money from Strapped Condoms and money from slinging.

  23. Black Says:

    1). Lil’ Wayne is no gangster, no dope dealer, no Blood. He’s, in truth, merely a child star who cashed in, quite handsomely I might add, on the untimely retirement of Jay-Z in 2004. Many of us who, today, shake our heads consistently at the very thought of Lil’ Wayne being regarded the “Best Rapper Alive,” remember the laughs we shared when he first, in early 2005, declared himself that. Most saw his ambitiousness as an unwise publicity stunt, but lately, circumstances have changed considerably. What we now realize, and are forced to admit, is the enormous control of those “old White men” Mos Def sang about in “The Rape Over” (The New Danger, 2004)..

    ^^^Yikes…

  24. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    free shyne po!

  25. Daily Drug Says:

    These guys are good no homo

  26. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    i wouldnt say all that. it definitely pervades youth, entertainment and pop culture tho.

    ^

    Okay, so who’s buying stuff in those three markets and why? Why did Eminem rap instead of picking up a guitar? Why are the biggest pop stars in the world (and don’t kid yourselves on this) Kanye and Jay, with Bey, a hip-hop/pop concoction, right behind? Why is Will Smith the biggest movie star on the planet?

    ^

    so you’re agreeing with me then.

    what u said before was that hip hop culture drives America from the ground up and i think thats a massive overstatement. i mean what does that even mean?

    no shots, just asking.

  27. Rockabye Says:

    egotastic.com/image?path=0908/christina-hendricks-esquire-03.jpg&info=Christina%20Hendricks%20Cleavage%20Pictures%20from%20Esquire

    ^

    Mary, mother of God.

  28. Apollo Says:

    Ayo Rocky(ll), thats a bad YT. Almost as bad as my girl Scarlett Jo

    Christina Hendricks>>>>>>>>>

  29. Daily Drug Says:

    Are those pubes in the ad to the upper right?

  30. Daily Drug Says:

    egotastic.com/image?path=0908/christina-hendricks-esquire-03.jpg&info=Christina%20Hendricks%20Cleavage%20Pictures%20from%20Esquire

    ^thas a strong set of udders

  31. dee Says:

    I don’t even wanna imagine the lyrical heat that shyne is gonna unleash early next year. 8 1/2 years of nothing but writing? You know little nigga’s got a whole trunkload of songs / concepts / stories to tell.

    *stans it up*

  32. Rockabye Says:

    so you’re agreeing with me then.

    what u said before was that hip hop culture drives America from the ground up and i think thats a massive overstatement. i mean what does that even mean?

    ^

    Well, I mean that you’ve got (this is gonna get technical, but bear with me) a segment of the population who are taste-makers who shape styles (this is, to me, a lot of the people who shape the music, fashion, and attitudes of hip-hop) and a segment of the population who produce things that those taste-makers either accept or reject.

    I think those taste-makers are logically the lower rungs, because they largely can’t make the stuff, so they’re the ground-up part of culture, and that the higher rungs are dictating culture by creating the framework of it.

    So, yes, I’m sort of agreeing with you, but I think that we underestimate the power of the youth culture to make things popular or valuable. Part of the reason baseball’s falling off, for example, is just because basketball’s been rising for 30 years as the birth rate has been rising. More kids have grown up playing basketball (or football, but that’s not the point) in the last two decades than in the 1970s and 80s by dint of there just being more kids in the last two decades.

    This year (I think this stat’s still true, though it’s a little old) will be the third straight year to set a record for most high school graduates nationwide. That’s a critical mass of 16-20-year-olds.

  33. Woodrow The Basehead Says:

    >>He forgot hip – hop and went with his ego, hes the black Bono

    FACT: Jay is what every rap artist aspires to be. even if you think the nigga fell off, if you rap, you want Jay’s success and influence in the game.

    how is the BP3 cover not Hip-hop? smh.

    FACT: Jay Z is a cunt

    DOA – are you kidding me? what a smug self important cunt and Kanye his gay friend got rich off that shit then Jay thinks he can get even richer saying he gon dead it?

    SMH at this establishment camel head nucca, rock star, Glastonbury , private jet nucca.

    Starks!!!

    NAS WON.

  34. Rockabye Says:

    DOA – are you kidding me? what a smug self important cunt and Kanye his gay friend got rich off that shit then Jay thinks he can get even richer saying he gon dead it?

    SMH at this establishment camel head nucca, rock star, Glastonbury , private jet nucca.

    Starks!!!

    NAS WON.

    ^

    Cash rules everything around me or don’t sell your soul? That’s the dichotomy of Jay-Z and Nas.

    Damn, I need to be back at college.

  35. Cynthia Says:

    Never heard of these cats before….but I kind of like it!

  36. Sherms55 Says:

    THIS TRACK IS TOUGH! THE KNUX KILL IT.

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