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Video: KiD CuDi’s URB Mag Shoot

The premise of the shoot was hitting up all the stores Cudi had worked at.

Props to The New Pop, via URBMAG


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73 Responses to “Video: KiD CuDi’s URB Mag Shoot”

  1. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    nobody’s flow is better than twista’s. nobody. this is not up for arguement. even if you are not a twista fan, you gotta respect his flowing/beat riding abilities

    ^

    this.

  2. cOLD Says:

    ***Pun had both (no Lady Gaga)

    ^ truth, pun shit was exhilerating (sp), gasping for air to finish those bars… BUT, and I say this with all due respect… niggas need to know when to downshift them gears.

  3. I Fux Says:

    Kid Cuddder

  4. G7 Says:

    >>He raps the same over every beat, same goes for Jadakiss

    ^Jada hasn’t changed his flow since 96. He does rap the same way over every beat no matter what the tempo. Jada is voice>>>>>flow more than anything. his flow is mad 1 dimensional.

  5. Joe 88 Says:

    I’ll give twista credit, but can’t he fall in the same catagory as kiss & big L since he always raps the same?

    I know what he does with the flow is hard to mimick, but he’s a one trick pony

    this nigga even raps fast acapella

    smfh

  6. I Fux Says:

    Pun’s flow flawless

  7. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as Is Puss Says:

    Joell’s flow > lyrics

  8. cOLD Says:

    nobody’s flow is better than twista’s. nobody. this is not up for arguement. even if you are not a twista fan, you gotta respect his flowing/beat riding abilities

    ^ and when rappers try to fit too many syllables in lines, it doesnt necessarily make for a better flow… A dope flow should melt over the track, not be forced, and should leave you with a blank stare.

  9. spotrusherz Says:

    this back to back posting on nah right is the reason why commenting isn’t as fun anymore… bring back the stray shots, eskay used to do it on his own, now yall 3, so whats the excuse? i guess this is symbolic for the fast food mentality in hiphop these days. sorry constructive criticism….

  10. Geronimo P Says:

    AG was a monster sans Hello Brooklyn.

    ^This song was for Brooklyn and Brooklyn only.

    Brooklyn we crazy, look how you made me
    Razor blades in my mouth walkin ’round behavin
    Or demented black hoodies and Timberlanded
    Always schemin you see the green on that niggas pendant
    Hello Brooklyn, you bad influence look what you had me doin
    But I ain’t mad at you, look at my attitude
    It says my life too real, check out my ice grill
    Baby I’m cold as ice, like I’m from Brownsville
    But my Bed’s in the Stuy so while I Flatten your Bush
    Till we smoke a C.I. what up to the boy B.I.
    You know I handle B.I. I dont half step on a Kane
    Ask the dreads ’bout I, how you gwaan so?
    She like it hardcore, So I grind slow
    Iller than Albee Square Mall back in the 9-0
    My fine hoe we got some victims to catch
    So in a couple years baby I’m a bring you some Nets

  11. cOLD Says:

    Twister’s flow is so 96…

  12. spotrusherz Says:

    nobody’s flow is better than twista’s. nobody. this is not up for arguement. even if you are not a twista fan, you gotta respect his flowing/beat riding abilities

    ^^

    he’s crazy with his technical abilities but still, not in my top 5, he overdoes it… it’s like yeah son i like a fast car but it’s gotta be comfortable to ride, feel me

  13. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    I Fux Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:34 pm
    Pun’s flow flawless
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Same goes for BIG,AZ,Big L

  14. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:32 pm
    it was like Pun lost his flow on Yeah Baby….more than half the tracks on there he got behind the beat on.

    ***to be fair, that nigga was morbidly obese- 700 lbs or some shit, and recorded Yeah Baby from a mattress…true story….

    Although he was known for his remarkable live performances, Big Pun’s mobility was increasingly limited by his weight. “Given his size, Pun’s performance is filled with suspense,” critic Rob Marriot wrote in the Village Voice. The hot lights and physical stage show clearly tested the rapper’s stamina. Still, Marriot continued, “Big Pun even outshone the headliners.” He and Fat Joe rap on Jennifer Lopez’s hit “Feelin’ So Good,” and were scheduled to appear with her on Saturday Night Live on February 5, 2000, but Big Pun was unable to make it. It was rumored that, during recording for his upcoming album, Yeeeah Baby, a mattress had to be brought into the recording studio for Pun to rest on while he rapped.

    .musicianguide.com/biographies/1608003696/Big-Punisher.html

  15. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    this nigga even raps fast acapella

    ***LOL

  16. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as Is Puss Says:

    I’ll give twista credit, but can’t he fall in the same catagory as kiss & big L since he always raps the same?

    I know what he does with the flow is hard to mimick, but he’s a one trick pony

    this nigga even raps fast acapella

    smfh
    ===================
    Not true. Twista has been switching it up and alowing down a bit on his last couple albums.

    Dude’s flow is unmatched with that double time shit.

  17. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    and when rappers try to fit too many syllables in lines, it doesnt necessarily make for a better flow… A dope flow should melt over the track, not be forced, and should leave you with a blank stare.

    ^

    but its not forced. its smooth as butter (n). he switches speed with ease (n)…its pretty phenomenal actually.

  18. G7 Says:

    >> i guess this is symbolic for the fast food mentality in hiphop these days.

    ===
    pretty much

  19. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    cOLD Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:36 pm
    Twister’s flow is so 96…
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    THIS

  20. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Plug Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:37 pm
    I take it yall havent heard twistas new album

    ***nah…that “Daddy” song is too creepy for me…somehow 2Pac got away with it on Makavelli, though….

  21. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    *reads lyrics put up by Geronimo*
    *blank stare*

  22. cOLD Says:

    he overdoes it…

    ^ in a nutshell (zilch)

  23. k1ng Says:

    run this town > DOA > off that > Reminder

  24. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    Cudi need to hurry up and drop somethin else so i can pretend that last leak didnt happen.

  25. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    again, Chip Fu>>>>Twista

  26. Big Homie Says:

    Big L >

  27. G7 Says:

    a tornado > twista

  28. geico lizard Says:

    I Fux Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:31 pm
    damn, what K’Naan had charges for?

    ^^^
    being a pirate

    ^
    *tries to hijack aircraft carrier*

  29. Boos Bigelow Says:

    I haven’t heard a flow better than Jada besides Jay-z or Lil wayne…

    Jada might be one dimensional, but his flow is so ahead of everybody’s that niggas can’t keep pace…

  30. Joe 88 Says:

    Put it like this, twista is in nobody top 5 (flow wise) except, plug, kanye and twista

    Do or die prolly don’t got that nigga in there top 5

    Next contestant please

  31. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    pretzels>>>>twista

  32. cOLD Says:

    them niggas from Chicago that made the song in a barn > twista

  33. k1ng Says:

    bp3 is a flop I tell you, unless he ends up buying 200k of his own copy.

  34. Daily Drug Says:

    ***nah…that “Daddy” song is too creepy for me

    ^I cant get past the 1st few seconds, very creepy

  35. Big_seth Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    ^ and when rappers try to fit too many syllables in lines, it doesnt necessarily make for a better flow… A dope flow should melt over the track, not be forced, and should leave you with a blank stare.
    ^^

    Shout out to Talib Kweli.

  36. Boos Bigelow Says:

    all twista does is rap fast…nothing is great about his flow….

    he’s better over r&b beats and groove type music

  37. the real truth Says:

    *Daps All*

    I Keep hearing amazing reviews of Cudi’s album..anybody else or do i know too many white boys who take e?

  38. Plug Says:

    cOLD Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:36 pm
    Twister’s flow is so 96…
    ———
    I think relating twista flow to one of the greatest years in hip hop might be giving him props

  39. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Lupe’s flow/lyrics are pretty official, and I’m a cynical hip hop listener…just the cadence, overall pace and cohesion of “Dumb it Down” is >>>>>>>, and that’s just one example…

  40. cOLD Says:

    Jada might be one dimensional, but his flow is so ahead of everybody’s that niggas can’t keep pace…

    ^ this is true, its the quivolent of a diesel truck, shitting on hybrids, pure piff.

  41. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Flow alone= Jadakiss…he got the #1 spot

  42. Joe 88 Says:

    I haven’t heard a flow better than Jada besides Jay-z or Lil wayne…

    Jada might be one dimensional, but his flow is so ahead of everybody’s that niggas can’t keep pace…

    ^Well put. I can say that even tho he has one flow, he’s mastered the fuck out of that one flow (which is a talent within itself) it’s only a handful of rappers that can sound the same on every track, no matter what words they use, what the topic of the song is, how many syllables they use, etc. If you can maintain one flow for 10+ years, your a monster

  43. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    Yeah Baby was recorded on a mattress

    I can’t see em comin down my eyes, so I gotta make the blog cry.

  44. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    Jada might be one dimensional, but his flow is so ahead of everybody’s that niggas can’t keep pace…

    ^

    word to slick rick…..and this is what jigga thinks about himself but he’s wrong.

  45. the real truth Says:

    “Dumb it Down” is >>>>>>>

    ^
    THIS..lyrically he went somewhere no one has ever been

  46. cOLD Says:

    I think relating twista flow to one of the greatest years in hip hop might be giving him props

    ^ he should be propped dont get me wrong, …but I’ve moved on. No plastic baggy suits and weird cinematography that makes my face looks big in the video.

  47. PHENOMENON Says:

    DOA >>> Run This Town > Off That > Reminder

    **Queue’s “The Black Album”.

  48. Geronimo P Says:

    *reads lyrics put up by Geronimo*
    *blank stare*

    ^Breux are you from Brooklyn or the NY area?

  49. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    cOLD Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:41 pm
    Jada might be one dimensional, but his flow is so ahead of everybody’s that niggas can’t keep pace…

    ^ this is true, its the quivolent of a diesel truck, shitting on hybrids, pure piff.

    ***nigga hasn’t changed his flow since ’96, and it still sounds dope…Canabis is another nigga with ridiculous flow and lyricism, but he has trouble realizing his potential, and putting together the kind of songs he was born to make….

  50. G7 Says:

    >>Jada might be one dimensional, but his flow is so ahead of everybody’s that niggas can’t keep pace…

    ^he’ll get bodied with someone more versatile on an uptempo track. ie Nas on “Show Discipline”

  51. spotrusherz Says:

    I think relating twista flow to one of the greatest years in hip hop might be giving him props

    ^^

    that’s an interesting discussion… what was the best year in hiphop? im going with 95. 94 still had a lot of the fast beats, old school flows and obnoxious basslines, 96 a lot of dudes were already going the jiggy route. 95 was the pinnacle of rap IMHO.

  52. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as Is Puss Says:

    Category F5 is a decent album. R&B heavy but I guess that’s what sells.

    Gotta Get Me One Ft. Static Major >>>

  53. cOLD Says:

    Yeah Baby was recorded on a mattress

    I can’t see em comin down my eyes, so I gotta make the blog cry.

    ^ literally lol.

  54. Joe 88 Says:

    cOLD Says:
    August 24th, 2009 at 1:39 pm
    them niggas from Chicago that made the song in a barn > twista

    Oh shit. *dead* That video is beyond comedy, niggas walking around shirt-less with one strap on there jumpers in a barn. Is there even barns in chicago?

  55. Daily Drug Says:

    Jada might be one dimensional, but his flow is so ahead of everybody’s that niggas can’t keep pace…

    ^

    word to slick rick…..and this is what jigga thinks about himself but he’s wrong.

    ^only reason why Jada or Slick Rick havnt fallen off flowise is because they havnt seen Jigga type success

  56. Hoskins Says:

    Weezy fathered the whole of YM flows, listen to Drake and Minaj and tell me you dont hear it

  57. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as Is Puss Says:

    Jada might be one dimensional, but his flow is so ahead of everybody’s that niggas can’t keep pace…
    ==============================================
    Jada’s dry wit & humor > his flow

    Or at least it used to be.

  58. Hyperbole Says:

    If you’re talkin showin a variety w/ ur flow being able to switching up and do something different that’s both refreshing and dope, then that’s cool.. Even, still what does it matter if the one flow said rapper has, is and always will be dope.. Big’s flow is dope.. Best there is, best there ever was and the best there ever will be(c) Brett “The Hittman” Hart

  59. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    at one time, Busta Rhymes was>>>>>>>>…I don’t know how somebody so innovative and over the top (no arm rasslin’ movie) got so stale….

  60. cOLD Says:

    ^he’ll get bodied with someone more versatile on an uptempo track. ie Nas on “Show Discipline”

    ^ ….

  61. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    listen to Drake and Minaj

    ***no.

  62. G7 Says:

    >>Yeah Baby was recorded on a mattress

    ^*dead* (c) Pun

  63. Boos Bigelow Says:

    But nas will get bodied by Jadakiss on a regular tempo beat.

  64. AmpGeez a.k.a Ni@@as Is Puss Says:

    Weezy fathered the whole of YM flows, listen to Drake and Minaj and tell me you dont hear it
    ======================================================
    Nikki, yeah, the wayne influence has grown stronger over time but i think Drake & Wayne helped sharpen each other’s flow.

    Technically, Drake impresses with each new verse. His wordplay on Digital Girl is veteren-esque.

  65. G7 Says:

    cOLD Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:45 pm
    ^he’ll get bodied with someone more versatile on an uptempo track. ie Nas on “Show Discipline”

    ^ ….

    ====
    agree or disagree? lol

  66. BabyDoll Says:

    PHENOMENON Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:42 pm
    DOA >>> Run This Town > Off That > Reminder

    **Queue’s “The Black Album”.

    ^*pulls up in a Whatthefuck* WELL DAYUM!

    *hops up out wearing signature blogging stilettos*

    *nods and daps for the nahamians*

    *co-signs this entire statement*

    *disappears*

    Hold up, are you que-ing Black Album because you think he should retire?

    *waits*

  67. S.I.C.K Says:

    ^Flow wise it was imo. I swear, give these beats to other rappers before jay raps over them, then listen to how jay approach beats, it’s like major league against JV. Perfect example, listen to Jay over “when the money goes” then listen to fab over it, fab sounds so plain over that beat compared to jay it’s a shame.

    Deep inside you know there’s only one hov-JOE 88

    Yet,how come ROYCE bodies Jay time after time on his own beats???IGNORANT SHIT FREESTYLE,REDEMPTION,SLAUGHTER are very good examples where this occurs.I know Jay is shaking in his boots with Royce in the rear view.

  68. cOLD Says:

    all the super lyrical niggas were left out in the cold, when the game switched to a more layed back party atmosphere. Some found a way to reinvent themselves some not to much.

  69. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Yeah Drake’s flow is pretty decent, can’t front on that…He gotta lotta variation in his flows, which a lot of rappers don’t do…but Jay fathered that whole style.

  70. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    August 24th, 2009 at 1:48 pm

    all the super lyrical niggas were left out in the cold, when the game switched to a more layed back party atmosphere. Some found a way to reinvent themselves some not to much.
    __________________________________________________________

    True, but nas had a dope underrated flow which still keeps him afloat…niggas don’t take the time to just purely listen to flow like they do lyrics…nas flow on it was written is greater than any of his other albums…

    Lupe and Nas still know how to stay relevant with hot flows and lyrics

  71. PHENOMENON Says:

    # BabyDoll Says:
    August 24th, 2009 at 1:48 pm

    PHENOMENON Says:

    August 24th, 2009 at 1:42 pm
    DOA >>> Run This Town > Off That > Reminder

    **Queue’s “The Black Album”.

    ^*pulls up in a Whatthefuck* WELL DAYUM!

    *hops up out wearing signature blogging stilettos*

    *nods and daps for the nahamians*

    *co-signs this entire statement*

    *disappears*

    Hold up, are you que-ing Black Album because you think he should retire?

    *waits*

    ^ ^
    I think he should retire when he thinks the time is right.

    I love “The Black Album” and would like to hear him on that “What More Can I Say” flow one last time. I think he went in on that one and that beat was epic.

    I’m still waiting to hear BP3 before I judge it seeing as there are still 11 tracks that I have not heard yet. Hopefully there will be more that are of the same caliber of DOA or better.

  72. nugg rips Says:

    that bitch was so DUMB wow

  73. killakate Says:

    I haven’t heard a flow better than Jada besides Jay-z or Lil wayne…

    ^^^^^
    Wayne doesnt have a flow. He sounds like he is actually fucking retarded. Statements like that leave with with no faith in humanity.

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