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Video: John Forté on Good Day New York

There’s a brief interview then he gets into a track off Style Free EP.

Props to RR

Related: John Forte’s first post-prison radio interview [w/ Angela Yee]


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19 Responses to “Video: John Forté on Good Day New York”

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

    TASTERS

  2. Geronimo P Says:

    SHYNE PO!

  3. Digital Scales Says:

    If it wasn’t for Marco Polo big homie wouldn’t be eating noodles for breakfast this morning

  4. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Eatin’ mangoes in Trinidad with attorneys (none)

  5. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Does This Purple Mink Make Me Look Gay?
    The rise of no homo and the changing face of hip-hop homophobia

    slate.com/id/2224348/

    (none)

  6. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    private school niggas doin hard time ftw

  7. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    I once asked Method Man whether he thought we’d ever see an openly gay gangsta rapper. He grew visibly agitated. “You can’t be fuckin’ people in the ass and say you’re gangsta,” he responded. As Kanye West has observed, gay and hip-hop have traditionally functioned as mutually exclusive terms, Venn diagrams that don’t touch (and get really testy at the suggestion that they might, you know, want to). In 1989, Big Daddy Kane summed up the reigning attitude: “The Big Daddy law is anti-faggot.”

  8. D. Billz Says:

    That was the best sample of a BeeGees record.

  9. The Shot Clock aka Guns is me Says:

    In 1989, Big Daddy Kane summed up the reigning attitude: “The Big Daddy law is anti-faggot.”

    ^^

    GATTTTT….its deeper than the 21st century

  10. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Beyond this, there’s a sense in which no homo, rather than limiting self-expression in hip-hop, actually helps to expand it. We see this play out in the rhymes and personas of the term’s most famous practitioners. Cam’ron and the Diplomats are, ironically, among the most homoerotic MCs in rap. They wear pink and purple furs and brag regularly about how good they look. In the video for “Pop Champagne,” Jim Jones and Juelz Santana giddily douse each other with frothy white geysers of bubbly.

    ***DIES***

  11. MR. MEEN Says:

    Cam’ron and the Diplomats are, ironically, among the most homoerotic MCs in rap. They wear pink and purple furs and brag regularly about how good they look. In the video for “Pop Champagne,” Jim Jones and Juelz Santana giddily douse each other with frothy white geysers of bubbly. On Cam’ron’s “Hey Ma,” he describes having sex with a female paramour with seven vague words—”She was up in the Range, man”—but when the girl leaves, he immediately calls Santana to narrate the act in detail and, in a sense, to enjoy and consummate it fully.

  12. MR. MEEN Says:

    lol what up icon!

  13. Ghost Writer Says:

    *makes like a bird and fly*

  14. A tribe called quest aka The only Commenter to retype history without a keyboard Says:

    Purple is the color of royalty. I cant say anything about the pink

  15. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    still laughing @ “giddlily douse each other with frothy white geysers of bubbly”..FTR, Cam did an interview in the last issue of King, where he compared it to the superbowl celeberation- gatorade/champage pouring

  16. I AM GERALD SALUTI Says:

    On Cam’ron’s “Hey Ma,” he describes having sex with a female paramour with seven vague words—”She was up in the Range, man”—but when the girl leaves, he immediately calls Santana to narrate the act in detail and, in a sense, to enjoy and consummate it fully.

    ^^

    DEADDEADDEADDEADDEAD

    and with that said, enough of the Homo talk for today

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

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    August 7th, 2009 at 12:33 pm
    still laughing @ “giddlily douse each other with frothy white geysers of bubbly”..FTR, Cam did an interview in the last issue of King, where he compared it to the superbowl celeberation- gatorade/champage pouring

    ^^naw….homie. THat shit wasn’t no gat damned celebration.

    Did you SEE the way Zeek took that “champange”? Nigga might as well have stuck his tongue out like a porno bitch
    NONE

  18. Brooklyn strong Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    August 7th, 2009 at 12:30 pm
    Beyond this, there’s a sense in which no homo, rather than limiting self-expression in hip-hop, actually helps to expand it. We see this play out in the rhymes and personas of the term’s most famous practitioners. Cam’ron and the Diplomats are, ironically, among the most homoerotic MCs in rap. They wear pink and purple furs and brag regularly about how good they look. In the video for “Pop Champagne,” Jim Jones and Juelz Santana giddily douse each other with frothy white geysers of bubbly.

    ***DIES
    ==================================
    I’ve been saying this forever. If your a straight man why should you have to say no homo that shit started because of dudes acting metrosexual.
    When Biggie said his rhymes back then he didn’t have to say no homo because nobody confused him as one. Those Dips were all sweet

  19. MR. MEEN Says:

    giddily douse each other with frothy white geysers of bubbly.
    ^
    line of the year.

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