Video: Lil Boosie – Top Notch

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  1. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:38 pm

    Jay will never have an album as good as illmatic.

    ^^
    Illmatic being considered the GOAT album is as much a product of the media as any other lie. Illmatic is incredible, but people forgot that when it came out, it was overshadowed by Ready To Die. Illmatic was the last classic “golden era”-esque album. Ready to Die was the first of the new era.

    Cuban Linx > Illmatic

    Aquemini > Illmatic

    and most importantly, It Was Writen > Illmatic

    It was Written is the most misunderstood album in hiphop history. Hands down. The prophet came with the word, and we stoned him…
    _ _ _ _
    if he’s misunderstood isn’t that the prophets fault for not delivering the message in a clear enough fashion? Isn’t that part of rapping, or speaking, or writing? Making it so others can understand you? Thus making your little > point in the wrong direction.

  2. Duke Says:

    First,

    WHACK AND HAVNT EVEN HEARD IT YET!!

  3. herbal kint Says:

    ^i was just kidding about Windows95. that’d be effed up if someone was still using that. i just figured you had a problem.

    just one problem? shit thats mad generous of you lmao

  4. b-ease Says:

    PW Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:42 pm
    Aquemini > Illmatic
    ^

    Negative…. this coming from a Kast stan.

    ^^
    Word?

    I mean, don’t get me wrong, I love Illmatic and cant recite it verbatim.

    But Spottieottiedop…??? So next level, that every rapper just acted like they never heard that shit, and continued to rap about the same shit. The whole album is like that to me.

    “Now who else wanna fuck with Hollywood Cole…”

  5. b-ease Says:

    if he’s misunderstood isn’t that the prophets fault for not delivering the message in a clear enough fashion?

    ^^
    Nope.

    “They have ears, but they do not see. They have eyes, but they do not hear.”

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

    Cuban Linx > Illmatic

    Aquemini > Illmatic

    and most importantly, It Was Writen > Illmatic

    ^

    idiot.

    Nas at that point in his career is the best emcee to ever touch a mic.

  7. PW Says:

    But Spottieottiedop…??? So next level, that every rapper just acted like they never heard that shit, and continued to rap about the same shit. The whole album is like that to me.

    “Now who else wanna fuck with Hollywood Cole…”
    ^

    The horn section on that is my ringtone. Next level shit for real. But Illmatic beats it on overall impact on the game. If we were talking strictly musically, then we might be able to have a real good debate.

  8. b-ease Says:

    idiot.

    Nas at that point in his career is the best emcee to ever touch a mic.

    ^^
    Idiot?!? Fall back fam, I’ve ethered better commenters than you without trying, ask about me…

    But fuck that, I’m a respond intelligently.

    Ice Cube when Death Certificate dropped is the best emcee to ever pick up a mic. And if you werent at least 7 then, you can’t tell me I’m wrong…

  9. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Cuban Linx > Illmatic

    Aquemini > Illmatic
    ^^
    Word? We comparing solo joints to groups and albums full of pose cuts?O.K. I hear you.

  10. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Ease

    zshare.net/audio/65007712a8aa733b/

  11. g7 Says:

    >>But as cowardly as that strategy might have seemed, it was smart

    ^this has me dying! lol. true though, Jay played it safe and smart(no rubber commercial). his business acumen is just way greater and it paid off.

  12. b-ease Says:

    But Illmatic beats it on overall impact on the game. If we were talking strictly musically, then we might be able to have a real good debate.

    ^^
    But really, what was Illmatic’s impact? Critics loved it, and most fans. But that sound wasnt duplicated. On the contrary, it was the LAST popular NY album to sound like that. Niggas didnt try to sound like Nas after that, not even Nas (he was on his Cuban Linx steez). I think as far as direct impact, Illmatic and Aquemini both come up short.

    So let’s talk musically…(ll).

  13. Rockabye Says:

    Eight million stories, out there in the naked
    City is a pity, half of y’all won’t make it
    Me, I gotta plug Special Ed, I got it made
    If Jesus payin’ LeBron, I’m payin’ Dwyane Wade

    ^

    This sounds so ill, but there’s no way. You need more people.

  14. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Kiss>Rae ,IMO

  15. g7 Says:

    lol @ the first ten comments being a copy and paste

  16. D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    Their missions are also different- a hustler/business man versus a poet. Nas is sharper with the lyricism, but Jay’s intent was to market the best complete product while impressing you with his lyrical abilities at the same time. Jay probably spends a lot time more time focusing on beats that will appeal to the consumer than Nas. Nas probably got pushback from the label to target certain singles, but I don’t believe his focus is to appeal to mass radio or make videos. In an era of sales defining career success and his entire body of work (lyrics and beats), Jay has won hands down.

  17. b-ease Says:

    Word? We comparing solo joints to groups and albums full of pose cuts?O.K. I hear you.

    ^^
    I mean, there are def factors that limit honest direct comparison. I’m strictly talking the better oveall listening experience.

  18. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Oh and before i leave

    OB4CL > Illmatic.

    1

    *stripclub music*

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

    Ice Cube when Death Certificate dropped is the best emcee to ever pick up a mic. And if you werent at least 7 then, you can’t tell me I’m wrong…

    ^

    i was 8….and you’re wrong

  20. b-ease Says:

    Jersey*made*me Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:55 pm
    Kiss>Rae ,IMO

    ^^
    I mean, in a cypher, Kiss at his prime would murk 95% of the niggas that ever had record deals.

    But when the dust is settled 40, 50, years from now, Cuban Linx will remain standing as a pillar to the potential of hiphop. Jada may be a footnote. Keep in mind i said “may” be.

  21. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    Ice Cube when Death Certificate dropped is the best emcee to ever pick up a mic. And if you werent at least 7 then, you can’t tell me I’m wrong…

    ^

    i was 8….and you’re wrong

    ^

    lol FATALITY

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

    # baby jesus Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:44 pm

    This nigga bought a Chris Webber beat.

    ^
    just about sums it up
    ^^^^^^^^^^
    Jay’s beat selection > Esco

    but considering all the fact look at how many dope projects Esco did with his suspect beats….shit Jay had Just, and Kanye sign to Roc…its difficult to give Jay credit to his excellent production on his albums when thats the case…..its not like he personally found Just and Kanye in the woods somewhere and made classics these producers who no one heard of…that was Dame Dash…

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

    Boosie looks like a Flav bastard child

  24. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:55 pm

    But Illmatic beats it on overall impact on the game. If we were talking strictly musically, then we might be able to have a real good debate.

    ^^
    But really, what was Illmatic’s impact? Critics loved it, and most fans. But that sound wasnt duplicated. On the contrary, it was the LAST popular NY album to sound like that. Niggas didnt try to sound like Nas after that, not even Nas (he was on his Cuban Linx steez). I think as far as direct impact, Illmatic and Aquemini both come up short.

    So let’s talk musically…(ll).
    _ _ _ _
    weren’t you just talking about Run this Town being guitar driven? Hasn’t Outkast had guitar driven songs for more than a decade?

  25. g7 Says:

    b-ease Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:58 pm
    Jersey*made*me Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:55 pm
    Kiss>Rae ,IMO

    ^^
    I mean, in a cypher, Kiss at his prime would murk 95% of the niggas that ever had record deals.

    But when the dust is settled 40, 50, years from now, Cuban Linx will remain standing as a pillar to the potential of hiphop. Jada may be a footnote. Keep in mind i said “may” be.

    ^co-sign.

  26. Rockabye Says:

    Yo, the third verse of Empire State of Mind is about Rihanna. Point blank period.

  27. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Boosie looks like a Flav bastard child

    ^^
    lol,word.

  28. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    Yo, the third verse of Empire State of Mind is about Rihanna. Point blank period.

    ^

    lyrics on your site rock? ima check it out and double confirm this.

  29. D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    But when the dust is settled 40, 50, years from now, Cuban Linx will remain standing as a pillar to the potential of hiphop.

    ^

    The Chronic has to be another pillar too.

  30. g7 Says:

    D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:55 pm
    Their missions are also different- a hustler/business man versus a poet. Nas is sharper with the lyricism, but Jay’s intent was to market the best complete product while impressing you with his lyrical abilities at the same time. Jay probably spends a lot time more time focusing on beats that will appeal to the consumer than Nas. Nas probably got pushback from the label to target certain singles, but I don’t believe his focus is to appeal to mass radio or make videos. In an era of sales defining career success and his entire body of work (lyrics and beats), Jay has won hands down.

    ^well said

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

    Cuban Linx will remain standing as a pillar to the potential of hiphop.

    ^

    true. also true of most Wu albums.

    funny thing about Wu is, i think their stans are more in love with their image than their message….more in love with ghost’s stream of conciousness, abstract poetry than the 5%er teachings of the clan.

  32. Rockabye Says:

    lyrics on your site rock? ima check it out and double confirm this.

    ^

    Here:

    Lights is blinding, girls need blinders
    Or they could step out of bounds quick, the sidelines is
    Lined with casualties who sipped the life casually
    Then gradually become worse, don’t bite the apple, Eve
    Caught up in the in crowd, now you’re in style
    And, uh, the winter gets cold, en vogue with your skin out
    City of sin, it’s a pity, on a whim
    Good girls gone bad? The city’s filled with them
    Mami took a bus trip, now she got her bust out
    Everybody ride her, just like a bus route
    Hail Mary, to the city you’re a virgin
    And Jesus can’t save you, life starts when the church end
    Came here for school, graduated to the high life
    Ball players, rap stars, addicted to the limelight
    MDMA got you feelin’ like a champion
    The city never sleeps, better slip you a Ambien

    (Also, “Caught up in the in crowd, now you’re in style/And, uh, the winter gets cold, en vogue with your skin out” works as “Caught up in the in crowd, now you’re In Style/Anna the Wintour gets cold, in Vogue with your skin out” which is so dope.)

  33. Jersey*made*me Says:

    funny thing about Wu is, i think their stans are more in love with their image than their message….more in love with ghost’s stream of conciousness, abstract poetry than the 5%er teachings of the clan.

    ^^
    Word to niggas bumping Wu eating bacon cheeseburgers and pork chop sandwiches.”It’s Yourz”

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

    ….Ball players, rap stars, addicted to the limelight
    MDMA got you feelin’ like a champion
    The city never sleeps, better slip you a Ambien

    ^

    couldnt that just be any girl that come to the city and get turned out?

    why it gotta be about rihanna?

  35. yessir Says:

    BP3 > Untitled

    For real.. stop with the hov talk the same shit.. nas been talkin that hood shit and this guy is a millionaire… and dont say hes not tryna crossover either, listen to those songs like hero and make the world go round.. they didnt see the light of day.

    Untitled doesnt touch BP3.. HOLLA!

  36. 123 Says:

    Did real songs with Dilla, no made up shit. -Chino XL

  37. b-ease Says:

    The Chronic has to be another pillar too.

    ^^
    Of course. But as great as an album as The Chronic is sonically, and with the exception of Lil’Ghetto Boy, its also the point when hiphop took a turn for the worse. As I get older I see the harm done to our people with the imagery of that album. It isnt Dre’s fault completely, but it birthed (along with Niggaz For Life) the coonish/cartoon imagery that has been pervasive for far to long. I’m all about some good old fashioned ignorance, and against censorship, but there’s some shit the kids shouldnt be exposed to, and because of the Chronic, that’s ALL they’re exposed to.

  38. b-ease Says:

    It’s Yourz”

    ^^
    What an incredible song…

  39. b-ease Says:

    weren’t you just talking about Run this Town being guitar driven? Hasn’t Outkast had guitar driven songs for more than a decade?

    ^^
    You’re right. So Aquemini has had a definitve impact on the game, which ironically just supports my original argument.

  40. D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    there’s some shit the kids shouldnt be exposed to, and because of the Chronic, that’s ALL they’re exposed to.

    ^

    Preach!!!

  41. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    (Also, “Caught up in the in crowd, now you’re in style/And, uh, the winter gets cold, en vogue with your skin out” works as “Caught up in the in crowd, now you’re In Style/Anna the Wintour gets cold, in Vogue with your skin out” which is so dope.)

    ^

    thats genius. and who said niggas over analyse things? chuch!

    but real talk, it does sound like he is talking about rih rih BUT why would he almost diss her like that?

  42. g7 Says:

    yessir Says:

    September 2nd, 2009 at 12:11 am
    BP3 > Untitled

    For real.. stop with the hov talk the same shit.. nas been talkin that hood shit and this guy is a millionaire… and dont say hes not tryna crossover either, listen to those songs like hero and make the world go round.. they didnt see the light of day.

    ^name 1 album on Defjam in the last 10 years that didn’t have at least 1 track aimed at radio play? go ahead. i’ll wait.

  43. b-ease Says:

    its difficult to give Jay credit to his excellent production on his albums when thats the case…..its not like he personally found Just and Kanye in the woods somewhere and made classics these producers who no one heard of

    ^^
    Beat selection is one of the characteristics of the GOAT. And it involves more than just picking the hottest shit, its about picking the hottest shit that suits you specifically. Jay passed on Welcome To Heartbreak (the best song on 808s imo), how many of Kanye’s early hits did he pass on because they just werent “right”? That’s a gift in and of itself.

  44. D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    It’s Yourz”

    ^^

    What an incredible song…

    ^

    The sharpest I’ve seen the Clan on one song was “Hell Windz Staff”. Everyone was ridiculous.

  45. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    couldnt that just be any girl that come to the city and get turned out?

    why it gotta be about rihanna?

    ^

    read the whole verse. it could be about any girl but in the context of the verse (if you saw it as he’s talking about rih rih) it does mean its her i guess.

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

    As Far As Catalog

    Common > Jay Z

    Ghostface > Jay Z

    GZA > Jay Z

    Nas > Jay Z

    Talib > Jay Z

    Ice Cube > Jay Z

    Scarface > Jay Z

    side note: Do or Die > Reasonable Doubt

    that is all…Im going to bed…….1…….

  47. b-ease Says:

    funny thing about Wu is, i think their stans are more in love with their image than their message

    ^^
    I agree that the message is ignored. But it isnt their image that took away from it. It was the incredible beats and flows. Shit was too advanced. I’ve been listening to Cuban Linx since it dropped, and still catch new shit every time…

    I just realized last year that Ghost said he “packs sleeping gas umbrella” on track 6 of Ironman. I mean, that’s just ill.
    “Gorillas injected with the strength of 80 midgets”???

    Hip hop wont catch up to the Wu until later this century.

  48. g7 Says:

    lol @ November

  49. D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    Do or Die > Reasonable Doubt

    ^

    No words

  50. BSEENANDHEARD Says:

    # NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:
    September 2nd, 2009 at 12:20 am

    As Far As Catalog

    Common > Jay Z

    Ghostface > Jay Z

    GZA > Jay Z

    Nas > Jay Z

    Talib > Jay Z

    Ice Cube > Jay Z

    Scarface > Jay Z

    side note: Do or Die > Reasonable Doubt

    that is all…Im going to bed…….1…….

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    What 10 straight hours of shooting up speedballs results in

  51. b-ease Says:

    Common > Jay Z

    ^^
    Naw, pretty much all of Jay’s album are better than Finding Forever and Electric Circus.

    Talib > Jay Z

    ^^
    You’re fucking kidding, right?

    side note: Do or Die > Reasonable Doubt

    ^^
    The reason AZ isnt a star now because Doe or Die wasnt as dope as Cuban Linx or RD, the two albums the “streets” were expecting him to make.

    With that said, I never fail to be impressd with AZ on the Firm album. Nas was shiftless and Dre barely participated, but regardless, AZ came with his A+++++ game.

  52. b-ease Says:

    But other than the above, you have decent arguments for all your comparisons.

  53. Rockabye Says:

    couldnt that just be any girl that come to the city and get turned out?

    why it gotta be about rihanna?

    ^

    I’m thinking the whole verse. It’s a girl coming to town, he says “Good Girls Gone Bad,” she’s been with both ballers and rap stars.

    As to why, I dunno. Maybe because this is his way of swiping back at Breezy, is knowing that he was off and that he told Ri-Ri this?

  54. b-ease Says:

    Extreme Late Pass : Yea, that Boosie ad is hilarious.

  55. D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    Boosie and Whoo Kid???

    *looks confused like a toddler trying to fit a square into a triangle*

  56. PHENOMENON Says:

    The sparkles on the PS3 update are looking nice.

    Makes me want to pop in a Blu-Ray. Suggestions on a good Blu-Ray are welcome.

  57. 40 Inc Says:

    when u say teenager how old are we talkin bout?

  58. b-ease Says:

    Ice Cube when Death Certificate dropped is the best emcee to ever pick up a mic. And if you werent at least 7 then, you can’t tell me I’m wrong…

    ^

    i was 8….and you’re wrong

    ^

    lol FATALITY

    ^^
    Writing one of the top five most important hip LP’s of all time, ditching them to make an incredible LP with the group your former group was the antithesis of, then an LP that birthed the concept of ripping others niggas beats and the now constant “dead homie” song, then dropping another solo joint that was greatly self-produced in which the current condition of blacks in America was broken down so the average cat could understand. All within two years.

    No one has represented the great possibilities of this culture more than Ice Cube at his prime. Pro-Black and immensely popular (something nobody pulled off since PE), angry and hilarious, tearing down the Apollo when West Coast niggas got booed…The list goes on and on…Cube ducked the Illumanti and has since made flicks (mostly self-financed) that represent blacks in a mostly positive light, or at the very least make us seem like normal human beings. No victims, and no thugs. Just people.

    Ice Cube >>>>>

  59. D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    represent blacks in a mostly positive light, or at the very least make us seem like normal human beings. No victims, and no thugs. Just people.

    Ice Cube >>>>>

    ^
    Truth. And I still listen to Summer Vacation off Death Certificate.

  60. b-ease Says:

    Maybe because this is his way of swiping back at Breezy,

    ^^
    At first I was on some “good riddance to bad…” with this dude. But now I feel sorry for him. Hitting your woman is always wrong, but it can happen to anybody. It’s not the type of act that should mark you for life (like rape or pedophilia, shout out to Robert…) if you’re clearly not a repeat offender. They were both prolly drunk that nite, and theres now reports that she hit him before with no reprussions. Toss in her calling his mother a “bitch” or something, and I understand completely. Not saying I wouldve did it, but I understand (c) Chris Rock.

  61. Rockabye Says:

    Writing one of the top five most important hip LP’s of all time, ditching them to make an incredible LP with the group your former group was the antithesis of, then an LP that birthed the concept of ripping others niggas beats and the now constant “dead homie” song, then dropping another solo joint that was greatly self-produced in which the current condition of blacks in America was broken down so the average cat could understand. All within two years.

    No one has represented the great possibilities of this culture more than Ice Cube at his prime. Pro-Black and immensely popular (something nobody pulled off since PE), angry and hilarious, tearing down the Apollo when West Coast niggas got booed…The list goes on and on…Cube ducked the Illumanti and has since made flicks (mostly self-financed) that represent blacks in a mostly positive light, or at the very least make us seem like normal human beings. No victims, and no thugs. Just people.

    Ice Cube >>>>>

    ^

    Yeah, but Are We There Yet? <<<<<<<<<<<

    (daps for good post)

  62. b-ease Says:

    And I still listen to Summer Vacation

    ^^
    I mean, this nigga broke down the proliferation of gangs in “small” Southern cities without having to beat niggas over the head with facts. The narrative explained it all.

    I wanna Kill Sam? Horny Lil Devil? No Vaseline? Who in hip hop was ever this fearless??

    Thats a rhetorical question. The obvious answer is : no one.

  63. Rockabye Says:

    At first I was on some “good riddance to bad…” with this dude. But now I feel sorry for him. Hitting your woman is always wrong, but it can happen to anybody. It’s not the type of act that should mark you for life (like rape or pedophilia, shout out to Robert…) if you’re clearly not a repeat offender. They were both prolly drunk that nite, and theres now reports that she hit him before with no reprussions. Toss in her calling his mother a “bitch” or something, and I understand completely. Not saying I wouldve did it, but I understand (c) Chris Rock.

    ^

    I mean, if she’s hitting him, too, that’s not right either, and I know that there’s a bit more to the story than the pics and the arrest made, but you never, ever lay hands on a woman. That’s just something a man shouldn’t do.

    Being the bigger man involves getting that.

    And

  64. b-ease Says:

    then an LP that birthed the concept of ripping others niggas beats

    ^^
    EP > LP

  65. Rockabye Says:

    Who in hip hop was ever this fearless??

    ^

    dead prez?

  66. b-ease Says:

    but you never, ever lay hands on a woman. That’s just something a man shouldn’t do.

    ^^
    Exactly. But I mean, is dude even 21 yet? Not to make exuses for the inexusable, but how in touch with reality is a dude his age? He was 100% wrong (especially becuz he did more than hit her, he beat her like a man), but the kid’s talented. Considering the acts of other pop stars throughout the years, he at least deserves a second chance.

  67. b-ease Says:

    but how in touch with reality is a dude his age?
    ^^
    Especially with that level of fame and coddling.

  68. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    The sparkles on the PS3 update are looking nice.

    Makes me want to pop in a Blu-Ray. Suggestions on a good Blu-Ray are welcome.

    ^

    mine just finished updating, good blu-rays – the second hulk, the dark knight, ironman, transformers.

    those are in terms of picture quality btw.

    sidenote: Batman: Arkham Asylum >>>

  69. b-ease Says:

    Rockabye Says:

    September 2nd, 2009 at 12:39 am
    Who in hip hop was ever this fearless??

    ^

    dead prez?

    ^^
    To an extent they were, but they never had as much on the line, which is why I used the word “fearless”. Cube couldve left NWA and wrote and made pop hits (he’s capable), but he just got more militant.

  70. b-ease Says:

    sidenote: Batman: Arkham Asylum >>>

    ^^
    I havent been into video games since I was 14 (hiphop, weed, and pussy overtook all former interests), but I’ve seriously been contemplating buying a system solely for this joint.

  71. b-ease Says:

    Yeah, but Are We There Yet? <<<<<<<<<<<

    ^^
    lol, terrible movie. But it portrayed the average Black family in a way that most projects dont. No “Corner” “Wire” “I gotta get off this block” musing, and no unrealistic fairy tales about racial harmony with doctors and lawyers like the Cosbys. Just a regular black dude with a regular black chick that had regular kids. If you think about it, there are almost NO movies like this.

  72. Rockabye Says:

    but how in touch with reality is a dude his age?
    ^^
    Especially with that level of fame and coddling.

    ^

    He’s not. I worry about him having killed his fan base, though. He hit Ri-Ri and Drake and Trey swooped in unrelated, and for 13-year-old girls, that’s all it takes.

  73. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    I havent been into video games since I was 14 (hiphop, weed, and pussy overtook all former interests), but I’ve seriously been contemplating buying a system solely for this joint.

    ^

    you think niggas who play games dont do the above? come on.

    but yeah its worth it because Batman >>> the new slimline PS3 just came yesterday too…

  74. Rockabye Says:

    If you think about it, there are almost NO movies like this.

    ^

    Which is why Tyler Perry’s stuff is usually so bad.

    Though there was one that I really liked. Diary of a Mad Black Woman, I think.

  75. b-ease Says:

    you think niggas who play games dont do the above? come on.

    ^^
    Oh no doubt, of couse they do, I wasnt throwing shots, lol. I just happened to lose interest in them when those other there factors became reality.

  76. b-ease Says:

    three > there

  77. Rockabye Says:

    Yo, we need a board.

  78. Rockabye Says:

    I’m really getting mad about people not really liking BP3. It’s not a one-listen album; it’s not facile; it’s what people say they want from hip-hop before bopping to goddamn “I Gotta Feeling.”

    And yet, people don’t feel it.

    Guess you gotta let it marinate.

  79. yaboy Says:

    *gets pussy, while listening to hiphop and smoking weed*
    *powers up 360*

  80. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    Oh no doubt, of couse they do, I wasnt throwing shots, lol. I just happened to lose interest in them when those other there factors became reality.

    ^
    seen, thought there were possible shots there lol.

  81. KLO Says:

    Whut up nah….yo, straight up, BP3 is a really dope album..

  82. catch22 Says:

    if he’s misunderstood isn’t that the prophets fault for not delivering the message in a clear enough fashion?

    ^^
    this is mad late but to the nah-ger who said this, i disagree. sometimes the prophets words are spoken at a time when the people are not ready to hear them. word to kamaal the abstract.

    and yes, bp3 is pretty good.

  83. PHENOMENON Says:

    Wow, is that Batman game really that good??

    I’ll have to download the demo for my PS3 and 36O to see which one I like better, if any.

    I’ve been hearing too much talk about this game.

  84. Zee!! Says:

    PHENOMENON Says:
    September 2nd, 2009 at 2:14 am

    Wow, is that Batman game really that good??

    I’ll have to download the demo for my PS3 and 36O to see which one I like better, if any.

    I’ve been hearing too much talk about this game.

    ^^^^^

    Potential game of the year material……

  85. PHENOMENON Says:

    I’ll be sure to check it out.

    I’ve played the “Lost Planet 2” demo on the 36O. That sh*t is EPIC.

  86. KLO Says:

    Good lord OB4CL II is PHUCKING HARD!

  87. b-ease Says:

    catch22 Says:

    September 2nd, 2009 at 2:05 am
    if he’s misunderstood isn’t that the prophets fault for not delivering the message in a clear enough fashion?

    ^^
    this is mad late but to the nah-ger who said this, i disagree. sometimes the prophets words are spoken at a time when the people are not ready to hear them. word to kamaal the abstract.

    ^^
    Word.

    b-ease Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:49 pm

    “They have ears, but they do not see. They have eyes, but they do not hear.”

  88. b-ease Says:

    “They have ears, but they do not see. They have eyes, but they do not hear.”\

    ^^
    Wow. Way too much Jack. Clearly, that’s supposed to read :

    They have ears, but they do not hear. They have eyes, but they do not see.

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