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Video: Civilized Talk w/ Lil’ Boosie

Karen Civil talks to Boosie about his new album Superbad (also drops September 15), working with Young Jeezy, and who/what you can expect to see on the album.


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25 Responses to “Video: Civilized Talk w/ Lil’ Boosie”

  1. Beezy Says:

    shout out to lil niggas going back to school in NY

    if you a Freshman in high school you gotta go straight away and kufi slap the biggest most popular nigga in school. Set your rep right from Day 1.

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

    ^ what I mean be safe is just that. He didnt want to risk reaching the core audience (the hood) and negate his bigger obligation of appealing to the masses.

    ^

    Jay hasnt rapped for the hood in years…what u talkin bout?

    he been rappin for the masses for ages….smh

  3. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Civilized talk and Boosie??? That shit dont work. that’s a paradox.

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

    BP3 3 -3/4 stars…Timbo sounds are pretty bad

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

    Beezy Says:

    August 31st, 2009 at 1:02 pm
    shout out to lil niggas going back to school in NY

    if you a Freshman in high school you gotta go straight away and kufi slap the biggest most popular nigga in school. Set your rep right from Day 1.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    2 Gym Credits and a English Regents and im out that summabitch system

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

    LF: 30 Days of Night is an ILL flick..

  7. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    jay-z thank you, is a great diss song..smh @ Game listening to this and not even know hov is dissin him, i can see hov saying “See this the hov I like”

  8. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Empire State of Mind is brilliant track. And i can also see the heffas goin crazy over that Swizzy joint in the club.

    co-sign on 3.75 stars

    Jay should send the goons after Timbo.

  9. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    maybe it’s just me but a few of these flows on BP3 remind me of some golden era artist from both coast.

    if thas intentional, hov is truly schitz.

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

    Thank You is the best song on the album.

  11. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Thank you, might be one of the best songs on the album….m&m this is how u used that european accent

  12. CiCi The Intern Says:

    CiCi Bad Azz!

  13. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

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

    August 31st, 2009 at 1:05 pm
    Thank You is the best song on the album.

    ^^^^

    Damn we thinkin the same thing

  14. Most_Incredible! Says:

    Timbo dissapointed on the album … Empire State of Mind and Thank You are the shit tho

  15. ThatMan Says:

    lol at people talking about how “street” an album is…

  16. cOLD Says:

    if you a Freshman in high school you gotta go straight away and kufi slap the biggest most popular nigga in school. Set your rep right from Day 1.

    ^roffle I seen this in an episode of WEEDS.

  17. Son of Ether Says:

    # Son of Ether Says:
    August 31st, 2009 at 1:07 pm

    Black people have charities too but they go unseen, they give out books too to kids and also tell kids to stay in school but the media see that as boring so the kids aren’t interested if the people don’t follow that, this was a conert like you said so it that’s why it was out on the blogs and how we even knew about it

    ^^Putting 5 million in fund for inner city kids > Spending 5 million on security, new basketball nets and fried chicken

    I don’t care how yall spin it..those “community” events don’t do shit for the community..after they pack the stage up and 50 hops on his tourbus, and the cops leave..you’re back where you started.

  18. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    ThatMan Says:

    August 31st, 2009 at 1:08 pm
    lol at people talking about how “street” an album is…

    ^^^^

    In the projects, talkin bout how they be in the projects, all day

  19. cOLD Says:

    ^ what I mean by safe is just that. He didnt want to risk reaching the core audience (the hood) and negate his bigger obligation of appealing to the masses.

    ^

    Jay hasnt rapped for the hood in years…what u talkin bout?

    he been rappin for the masses for ages….smh

    ^ you a fool, Jay managed the balancing act of both for years… Had he not been rapping for the hood, he wouldnt even be talked about in hip hop circles. Step your listening game up.

  20. Son of Ether Says:

    I’m not naive enough to expect that a nigga that sells HP printers, Nets basketball tickets and over priced champagne to keep it real with me on wax.

  21. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Smh @ people thinkin most of us ‘black” folk still in the hood….u gotta speak and reach for more and than the kids will do it

  22. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Son of Ether Says:

    August 31st, 2009 at 1:11 pm
    I’m not naive enough to expect that a nigga that sells HP printers, Nets basketball tickets and over priced champagne to keep it real with me on wax.
    ^^

    I actually agree..that meade me chuckle

  23. cOLD Says:

    Smh @ people thinkin most of us ‘black” folk still in the hood….u gotta speak and reach for more and than the kids will do it

    ^ ether is right, throwing free concerts for the hood dont change shit, infact it adds to the problem. speaking events, sponsorship, reward programs help the youths. Not okay okay okay….

  24. Frank Says:

    I swear, Jeezy is Boosie’s role model!

  25. Bruh Mane from the Fif Floor Says:

    Boosie hit his peaked at the age of 19

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