Video: Trey Songz & Drake on 106 & Park

Drake mentioned that he’s looking at a Valentine’s Day release date.

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133 Responses to “Video: Trey Songz & Drake on 106 & Park”

  1. b-ease Says:

    Shooting the fair one with Trey Songz and kicking his ass in front of mad bitches has been a dream of mind ever since I saw that vid of him jumping into the crowd like a tough guy AFTER his bodygaurd did. Fuck this nigga. He’s whats wrong with R&B. Obviously a talented singer, but the nigga clearly wants to be a rapper.

    I want to punch Drake too. Just because.

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

    Shooting the fair one with Trey Songz and kicking his ass in front of mad bitches has been a dream of mine
    ^
    Roffle

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

    Yo Ease, it sounds like you yak’d up…is this so? I cracked the Yak an hour ago.///

  4. Rockabye Says:

    Spark the L

    ^

    I don’t smoke, but I zone to music.

    I sought out PE and Rakim later just so I knew.

    ^

    I do listen to Rakim. Go figure.

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

    Yo Ease, it sounds like you yak’d up…is this so? I cracked the Yak an hour ago.

  6. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 10:43 pm

    song like Run This Town?

    ^^
    edit : a “single” like Run This Town?

    _ _ _ _
    I really like Run this Town. But, songs like Real as it Gets, and On to the Next One, the timbaland track (I mean why the fuck Hov going to put some of his best world-play on a song called Venus vs. Mars that has a godawful chorus), just never should’ve made an album in 2009. They were the future in 2006. Jay is not the future. 40 year olds don’t change the game. They get pushed out of the game. The turning point for me was when Jay did A Billie, and even though the verse was sick, he just couldn’t flow with the beat. Like somebody said earlier, Snoop had almost a bigger effect on the game as Jay, Jay is just good at perfecting trends set by others. But BP3 shows he no longer has that ability. Not to mention, he seems like he’s run out of things to rap about, his life is too easy now and he’s too happy and relaxed to be a good artist.

  7. farsideoff Says:

    Also, Im only 19 and I like Cuban Linx II so much more than BP3

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

    zshare.net/audio/6500643425f16e97/

  9. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Trey Songz bitch ass came for Kells like he really want that problem.Who’s gassing this nigga?

  10. J. Caesar Says:

    damn that song “good enough” by Joe Budden’s is amazing..ight be better than any of the songs on bp3… (it’s on some mood muizk feel) and i got no problems wit trey that dude spit some nice bars on “pop rose”

  11. chelsea Says:

    LOL at B-Ease.

  12. g7 Says:

    tre williams > trey songz

  13. J. Caesar Says:

    *might

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

    damn that song “good enough” by Joe Budden’s is amazing
    ^
    One of the best songs he’s ever made.

  15. b-ease Says:

    I wanna know how Game and Jimmy are going to respond.

    ^^
    I mean, Jim is a complete non-factor at this point. Even if he responed, unless it was Ether caliber (which it obviously wouldnt be), who’s gonna play that shit?

    Game’s a different story. That nigga thrives off drama like my ex-girl (nh). And he’s actually a really, really, dope rapper on a purely technical level. Hov should be praying that Game is really out of fire, and not just uninspired. Cause if hes just uninspired, Jay might have a problem.

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

    Yo put it like this, I’m over here tryin’ to listen to OB4CL2 and all i find myself doing is scrolling down and playing BP3.

    So Ambitious >>>>>>>>>

  17. b-ease Says:

    Yo Ease, it sounds like you yak’d up…is this so?

    ^^
    LMAO, was it that obvious???

    *daps my e-OG Jerz*

  18. chelsea Says:

    So Ambitious >>>>>>>>>

    ———————————–

    co-sign

  19. b-ease Says:

    Trey Songz bitch ass came for Kells like he really want that problem.Who’s gassing this nigga?

    ^^
    I’m saying.

  20. b-ease Says:

    So Ambitious >>>>>>>>>

    ^^
    Just heard it on the radio like an hour ago. Yep, its heat.

  21. Rockabye Says:

    Anyone want the entirety of the BP3 lyrics? Gimme three hours.

  22. b-ease Says:

    Yo put it like this, I’m over here tryin’ to listen to OB4CL2 and all i find myself doing is scrolling down and playing BP3.

    ^^
    I feel you (ll), but thats not a real reflection on OB4CL2. You just happened to download BP3 and your stannism was activated subconsciously. Plus, you’re drinking and Wu is more a L group, while Jay is built for drunkeness. pause?

  23. De_Here Says:

    Valentine’s Day release huh….ol fruity tryna be a heart throb easter island statue face body head ass nigga

  24. g7 Says:

    >>Jay is just good at perfecting trends set by others. But BP3 shows he no longer has that ability. Not to mention, he seems like he’s run out of things to rap about, his life is too easy now and he’s too happy and relaxed to be a good artist.

    ^some tru wordz right here. but Jay right now at just about 40 is doing what other rappers over 40 could only dream of. he picks his spots and plays it smart.

  25. J. Caesar Says:

    farsideoff Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 10:56 pm
    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 10:43 pm

    song like Run This Town?

    ^^
    edit : a “single” like Run This Town?

    _ _ _ _
    I really like Run this Town. But, songs like Real as it Gets, and On to the Next One, the timbaland track (I mean why the fuck Hov going to put some of his best world-play on a song called Venus vs. Mars that has a godawful chorus), just never should’ve made an album in 2009. They were the future in 2006. Jay is not the future. 40 year olds don’t change the game. They get pushed out of the game. The turning point for me was when Jay did A Billie, and even though the verse was sick, he just couldn’t flow with the beat. Like somebody said earlier, Snoop had almost a bigger effect on the game as Jay, Jay is just good at perfecting trends set by others. But BP3 shows he no longer has that ability. Not to mention, he seems like he’s run out of things to rap about, his life is too easy now and he’s too happy and relaxed to be a good artist.

    ^^churchhh..love jay..but i’m happy he can still make quality music..bc we don’t have too much quality music period in any genre…you gotta really look for it or follow artists for a long time, or by word of mouth you come across it

  26. J. Caesar Says:

    farsideoff Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 10:56 pm
    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 10:43 pm

    song like Run This Town?

    ^^
    edit : a “single” like Run This Town?

    _ _ _ _
    I really like Run this Town. But, songs like Real as it Gets, and On to the Next One, the timbaland track (I mean why the fuck Hov going to put some of his best world-play on a song called Venus vs. Mars that has a godawful chorus), just never should’ve made an album in 2009. They were the future in 2006. Jay is not the future. 40 year olds don’t change the game. They get pushed out of the game. The turning point for me was when Jay did A Billie, and even though the verse was sick, he just couldn’t flow with the beat. Like somebody said earlier, Snoop had almost a bigger effect on the game as Jay, Jay is just good at perfecting trends set by others. But BP3 shows he no longer has that ability. Not to mention, he seems like he’s run out of things to rap about, his life is too easy now and he’s too happy and relaxed to be a good artist.

    ^^churchhh..love jay..but i’m happy he can still make quality music..bc we don’t have too much quality music period in any genre…you gotta really look for it or follow artists for a long time, or by word of mouth you come across it

  27. PW Says:

    Hail up the night shift.

  28. Jersey*made*me Says:

    b-ease Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:01 pm
    Yo Ease, it sounds like you yak’d up…is this so?

    ^^
    LMAO, was it that obvious???

    *daps my e-OG Jerz*

    ^^
    *dead* @ D_Block saying it “sounds” like you yak’d up.

    I’m on my white boy brand liquor tonight,Cpt Morgan.

  29. b-ease Says:

    I do listen to Rakim. Go figure.

    ^^
    Word. Then please dl/cop Cuban Linx now. Listen to Verbal Intercourse first, then Ice Cream. Then start it from the beginning. I may have been exaggerating when I called it the greatest, but its top five hands down.

    Glaciers of Ice >>>>

    LOL @ GZA being too intimidated by Cap to rap after him on that joint.

  30. b-ease Says:

    I’m on my white boy brand liquor tonight,Cpt Morgan.

    ^^
    Baltimore’s own. First time I got embarrasingly drunk was off the Cap. Homecoming sophmore year. Good times.

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

    I feel you (ll), but thats not a real reflection on OB4CL2. You just happened to download BP3 and your stannism was activated subconsciously. Plus, you’re drinking and Wu is more a L group, while Jay is built for drunkeness. pause?
    ^
    You sir, are correct, I’ll have my OB4CL2 review in a day or 2, max.

  32. g7 Says:

    *daps PdubbleU*

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

    Drake Says Trey Songz Is The Greatest R&B Singer Of Our Generation Live On Stage In NYC!
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    i guess

    Usher
    Justin timberlake
    Robin thicke
    Anthony hamilton
    John Legend
    R Kelly

    dont count as our generation

  34. b-ease Says:

    (I mean why the fuck Hov going to put some of his best world-play on a song called Venus vs. Mars that has a godawful chorus)

    ^^
    You say godawful, I say club ready. Most females are never going to appreciate the cleverness of the rhymes (no sexist shots), but the hook gives them something to latch onto. Lyrics plus club hooks = hit. And Jay gotta make some of that Live Nation Money back, fuck what you heard…

  35. b-ease Says:

    @D_block

    What you drinking (nh)? I’m on my white boy steez like Jerz, got that Jack Daniels….

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

    You say godawful, I say club ready. Most females are never going to appreciate the cleverness of the rhymes (no sexist shots), but the hook gives them something to latch onto. Lyrics plus club hooks = hit. And Jay gotta make some of that Live Nation Money back, fuck what you heard
    ^
    I mean, not really brain surgery, i promise.

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

    What you drinking (nh)? I’m on my white boy steez like Jerz, got that Jack Daniels….
    ^
    Hennessy holmes.

    *Pours another cup*

    Daps cOLD

  38. Chris Brown Says:

    stained thongs > trey songz

  39. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Drake Says Trey Songz Is The Greatest R&B Singer Of Our Generation Live On Stage In NYC!
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    i guess

    Usher
    Justin timberlake
    Robin thicke
    Anthony hamilton
    John Legend
    R Kelly

    dont count as our generation

    ^^
    Jaheim will shit on Trey Songz.Jersey stand up!

  40. b-ease Says:

    ^some tru wordz right here. but Jay right now at just about 40 is doing what other rappers over 40 could only dream of. he picks his spots and plays it smart.

    ^^
    Exactly. I don’t think Kanye ripped Jay on Run this Town by happenstance. I think the song was pefectly structured this way. Look at the guest list on the album.

    Just like when he hollaed at Juvenile and UGK before Southernn Rap blew up, he’s doing the same thing here. Instead of becoming irrelevant from the new class, he’s introducing them. Brillant.

    And as much as I fuck with Hov (ll), he may not be dissing Game because Game might murk him. Which is smart, not bitch made.

  41. Rockabye Says:

    i guess

    Usher
    Justin timberlake
    Robin thicke
    Anthony hamilton
    John Legend
    R Kelly

    dont count as our generation

    ^

    R. Kelly isn’t. Timberlake isn’t R&B. The rest are better, though.

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

    Deeper Then Rap might have a problem on its hands, word to Rae and Jay.

    I mean you REALLY have to applaud these 2 niggas for making music like this 15 years plus in the game. Unprecedented? (Nas i see you)

  43. b-ease Says:

    Usher
    Justin timberlake
    Robin thicke
    Anthony hamilton
    John Legend
    R Kelly

    dont count as our generation

    ^^
    They don’t?? Then who is?

  44. farsideoff Says:

    # Rockabye Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:04 pm

    Anyone want the entirety of the BP3 lyrics? Gimme three hours.
    _ _ _ _
    GOAT comment

  45. b-ease Says:

    I mean you REALLY have to applaud these 2 niggas for making music like this 15 years plus in the game. Unprecedented? (Nas i see you)

    ^^
    *shots fired at the little homie*

    But if Ether taught us anything, its to NEVER count dude out. When hes at 90% or above, I honestly dont think ANYbody’s fucking with him. ANYBODY.

    Problem is, he’s only been at 90% and above for like 8% of his career. Fucking pothead…

  46. ridalen Says:

    Anyone want the entirety of the BP3 lyrics? Gimme three hours.

    ^^

    allow me to do the honors.

    YOU FUCKING STAN.

    that is all.

  47. Rockabye Says:

    GOAT comment

    ^

    I’m serious, too. I got A Star Is Born, Young Forever, Reminder, and some other shit. I’m nice with the transcription.

  48. b-ease Says:

    Deeper Then Rap might have a problem on its hands, word to Rae and Jay.

    ^^
    Good. As much as I dig DTR, I couldnt handle the best major hip hop release of the year being made by an ex-CO who has no idea how unintentionally funny he is.

    I mean, have you seen the “Cigar Music” vid? He wrote his name in the sand. I cried.

  49. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:17 pm

    I mean you REALLY have to applaud these 2 niggas for making music like this 15 years plus in the game. Unprecedented? (Nas i see you)

    ^^
    *shots fired at the little homie*

    But if Ether taught us anything, its to NEVER count dude out. When hes at 90% or above, I honestly dont think ANYbody’s fucking with him. ANYBODY.

    Problem is, he’s only been at 90% and above for like 8% of his career. Fucking pothead…
    _ _ _ _

    that nardwuar interview was the perfect meeting of a coke head and a pot head personality.

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

    But if Ether taught us anything, its to NEVER count dude out. When hes at 90% or above, I honestly dont think ANYbody’s fucking with him. ANYBODY.

    Problem is, he’s only been at 90% and above for like 8% of his career. Fucking pothead…
    ^
    Nah, you misconstrued what i was implying. I wrote “Nas i see you”, not leave him out. You know i think highly of “Untitled”. I think Nas has matured the best out of them all.

  51. b-ease Says:

    Timberlake isn’t R&B

    ^^
    I can’t stand the co-opting of my peoples culture more than anybody. Fuck JT.

    But Justified and Future Sex WERE R&B albums. And to my dismay, pretty damn good ones…

  52. Jersey*made*me Says:

    But if Ether taught us anything, its to NEVER count dude out. When hes at 90% or above, I honestly dont think ANYbody’s fucking with him. ANYBODY.

    ^^
    Nas is probably the most questioned rapper for a body of work like he has.His catalog is>>>>>>>

  53. b-ease Says:

    Nah, you misconstrued what i was implying. I wrote “Nas i see you”, not leave him out. You know i think highly of “Untitled”. I think Nas has matured the best out of them all.

    ^^
    Word. Overstood.

    Untitled was weak tho, lol.

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

    History repeats itself…does anyone think Drake is the 2009 version of JaRule or 50? Singing and rapping coming back around again, and releasing a CD on Valentine’s Day?

  55. b-ease Says:

    Nas is hiphops Bob Dylan. He’ll always matter in some sense, but the the current generation is never going to care about him again, which is okay. I’m glad that hiphop is proving to be a real art form….

  56. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:18 pm

    Deeper Then Rap might have a problem on its hands, word to Rae and Jay.

    ^^
    Good. As much as I dig DTR, I couldnt handle the best major hip hop release of the year being made by an ex-CO who has no idea how unintentionally funny he is.

    I mean, have you seen the “Cigar Music” vid? He wrote his name in the sand. I cried.
    _ _ _ _
    yeah, same with Rich Boy, I fucks w/ Rich Boy but that video of him golfing was the most unintentionally funny shit. Like, I kept wondering when he was going to get kicked off the course.

  57. g7 Says:

    so it looks like Rae came through on the “1 hot album every 15 year average”…lol

    *marks down calendar for 2024*

  58. J. Caesar Says:

    jays smart wit his power moves (c) 48 laws of power..he gets his hand dirty but he does it soo smooth he don’t come off like diddy..and he is playin the game well (no pun) bc he doesn’t acknowledge him little or at all..while he keeps “introuducing new talent”

  59. farsideoff Says:

    # D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:21 pm

    History repeats itself…does anyone think Drake is the 2009 version of JaRule or 50? Singing and rapping coming back around again, and releasing a CD on Valentine’s Day?
    _ _ _ _
    If anything, Drake is the new LL. He’s really not trying to be gangsta like 50 or Ja at all.

  60. b-ease Says:

    History repeats itself…does anyone think Drake is the 2009 version of JaRule or 50?

    ^^
    Naw, he’s an amalgamation of Wayne and Kanye. A TI’s wet dream (ll). And honestly, as much as I hate what he represents, dudes got joints.

    The only problem, he dont got IT. The “IT”. The eye of the tiger, the confidence, to pull off hiphop. Like the girl I was chilling with said, “his music dope, but he so corny”. Corny don’t work.

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

    I mean, have you seen the “Cigar Music” vid? He wrote his name in the sand. I cried
    ^
    Lmao

  62. J. Caesar Says:

    lmao at nardwuar’s interviews the one wit jay was so damn funny..jay was takin it to seriously (but not in a bad way) just like he didn’t really try to have fun wit it..and tried to seem all business savvy when we know damn well he already is he don’t have to prove shit

  63. Jersey*made*me Says:

    so it looks like Rae came through on the “1 hot album every 15 year average”…lol

    *marks down calendar for 2024*

    ^^
    *hops the fence at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave*

    *with a gun in my hand*

  64. Digital Scales Says:

    Drake looking at a Feb release date?

    Thought he was dropping sooner

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

    But Justified and Future Sex WERE R&B albums. And to my dismay, pretty damn good ones…
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    word..”Until the End of Time” “Summer Love”…are my shit

  66. b-ease Says:

    His catalog is>>>>>>>

    ^^
    Word to King Magazine’s last issue.

    Jay is the GOAT to me. But as many hits as he has, theres nothing in his catalog as inventive, or adventurous as “Live Now”, or “Undying Love”, or “Rewind”, or a dozen other songs. Not to mention, he’s the literal link between East Coast New school and Old School. And he knocked Rakim out the top 5.

  67. J. Caesar Says:

    i don’t think drake is corny..he is jsut mad humble dude…the complete opposite of weezy and yeezy (but yeezy makes some of the dopest music…while wayne has his songs here and there i enjoy..and he is soooo overrated)

  68. Troyvul Says:

    Realeasing a CD on Valentines day may be the smartest move every for him to do.

    Some people needs to applaud his team real talk.

  69. PW Says:

    Somebody shoot me.

    This berch talks and talks and fuckin talks some more. Times like these I wish I was more of an asshole.

  70. g7 Says:

    >>I think Nas has matured the best out of them all.

    ^no doubt. i know Ease doesn’t like Untitled, but i also think that album is dope! i appreciate him trying to take on a different subject he’s never taken on before, rather than rapping about the same shit in different, clever ways over and over(c) Jay..lol

  71. Jersey*made*me Says:

    How did Justin catch the least flack and he actually pulled the titty out?

  72. J. Caesar Says:

    * a mad humble dude

  73. Rockabye Says:

    Naw, he’s an amalgamation of Wayne and Kanye. A TI’s wet dream (ll). And honestly, as much as I hate what he represents, dudes got joints.

    ^

    I been saying this.

    Drake’s equation is JT + Wayne + Ye + Megan Fox. I swear this made sense when I was first doing it in May.

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

    how do people even consider Jay the GOAT over Nas when Esco catalog is better and he won the battle?

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

    Based off BP3, J. Cole might have more upside than Drake.

  76. Rockabye Says:

    The first 0:10 of Empire State of Mind >>>

  77. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:24 pm

    History repeats itself…does anyone think Drake is the 2009 version of JaRule or 50?

    ^^
    Naw, he’s an amalgamation of Wayne and Kanye. A TI’s wet dream (ll). And honestly, as much as I hate what he represents, dudes got joints.

    The only problem, he dont got IT. The “IT”. The eye of the tiger, the confidence, to pull off hiphop. Like the girl I was chilling with said, “his music dope, but he so corny”. Corny don’t work.
    _ _ _ _
    yeah, and I think part of that is transitioning from being to a child star on a corny ass TV show to a rapper/singer/pop star. And he totally plays the humble nice guy in interviews, which doesn’t fit his music at all because he talks about being such a player. But then goes and says “im not a ladies man, I am a gentleman.” He is contradicting himself repeatedly as he tries to figure out how he wants his image to look.

  78. b-ease Says:

    Jersey*made*me Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:28 pm
    How did Justin catch the least flack and he actually pulled the titty out?

    ^^
    The conspirator in me wants to cry racism.

    But honestly, I’m sure it was Janet’s idea. That chick is having a real hard time coming to grips with the fact that she’s in her 40s. Which I dont understand, because she’s as fuckable as ever.

    Speaking of which, when we talk about bad chicks, JJ is never mentioned. That’s wrong.

    Janet Jackson’s sexiness >>>>>

  79. J. Caesar Says:

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

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:30 pm
    how do people even consider Jay the GOAT over Nas when Esco catalog is better and he won the battle?
    ^^good point…smfh the never ending argument of ether vs. takeover ( jay admitted defeat on bluperint2..what more can i say (no black album track) and the hot97 interview with angie

  80. herbal kint Says:

    J. Caesar Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 10:58 pm
    damn that song “good enough” by Joe Budden’s is amazing..ight be better than any of the songs on bp3… (it’s on some mood muizk feel) and i got no problems wit trey that dude spit some nice bars on “pop rose”

    …… easily my favorite song on the album and thats tough to say cause normally I can say that about 6 or 7 songs on them joints (none) …..

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

    Jay the GOAT over Nas when Esco catalog is better
    ^
    No its not.

  82. b-ease Says:

    how do people even consider Jay the GOAT over Nas when Esco catalog is better and he won the battle?

    ^^
    Consistency.

  83. Jersey*made*me Says:

    how do people even consider Jay the GOAT over Nas when Esco catalog is better and he won the battle?

    ^^
    It’s a perception thing.Kinda like Joe Budden will have to make a national anthem to get respect from people who like the Wu,Saigon,or Ransom better.Once you get a certain label in rap the music becomes irrelevant.I can’t figure out how the music can be secondary in a music genre.

  84. b-ease Says:

    Yo…Pyrex Vision is only 55 seconds for real??? Jesus Christ.

    Why me Lord???

  85. herbal kint Says:

    D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:30 pm
    Based off BP3, J. Cole might have more upside than Drake.

    …. with all due respect and remember I said with all due respect, that has to be one of the dumbest things ever typed ….. I mean I agree j.cole > drake, but drake just sang a hook while j.cole had a verse how can you base anything off that? not too mention they are 2 completely different artists people need to stop comparing different types of artists …..

  86. b-ease Says:

    I can’t figure out how the music can be secondary in a music genre.

    ^^
    Charisma is a powerful thing.

    So is millions of Jew dollars.

  87. farsideoff Says:

    Jay will never have an album as good as illmatic. But jay has at least two albums better than whatever you consider nas’ second best.

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

    # D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:33 pm

    Jay the GOAT over Nas when Esco catalog is better
    ^
    No its not.
    ^^^^^
    Haha (c) Shawn Carter

    do we really need to go over this

  89. b-ease Says:

    And I don’t have a problem with Jews…I’m just saying, they killed Jesus. Can’t be that cool…

  90. herbal kint Says:

    jay’s catalog > nas’s

    jay’s nas disses > nas jay disses

    thats how

  91. g7 Says:

    b-ease Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:34 pm
    Yo…Pyrex Vision is only 55 seconds for real??? Jesus Christ.

    Why me Lord???

    ====
    *dead*

  92. herbal kint Says:

    anyone have a link to a zip file for OB4CL 2, my damn computer can only d/l zip albums and I can’t find one

    I know I know I lost

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

    Consistency.

    ^
    Word. Jay is smart about picking the right producers and beats to match his style, and that appeals to the masses. Nas should’ve just taken the best beats from Timbo, Dilla, Premo, Dre, Quik, Just Blaze, Skateboard, and Ye and he might’ve won in a landslide.

  94. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Speaking of which, when we talk about bad chicks, JJ is never mentioned. That’s wrong.

    Janet Jackson’s sexiness >>>>>

    ^^
    I wish JD would bottle and sell that shit he used to pull her.I’d cop a case and go to the next BET Awards and black out.I’m talking Taraji,Alicia,Keri Hilson type blacking out.But I think I can pull half of them right now,or at least when I get my income tax.

  95. b-ease Says:

    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…

  96. g7 Says:

    Ty

    what kinda computer you rolling with chief? lol. you still runnin’ with Windows95?

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

    Yo…Pyrex Vision is only 55 seconds for real??? Jesus Christ.

    Why me Lord???
    ^
    Want me to post the whole 55?

  98. b-ease Says:

    I’m talking Taraji

    ^^
    Word the fuck up.

    But I think I can pull half of them right now,or at least when I get my income tax.

    ^^
    After Swizz bagged Alicia, I realized that anythings possible. Im only limited by my imagination…

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

    Aquemini > Illmatic
    ^
    Woahhhhhhhhh

  100. herbal kint Says:

    g7 Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:39 pm
    Ty

    what kinda computer you rolling with chief? lol. you still runnin’ with Windows95?

    ….naw I got a Mac, i never used to have this problem until just a month or 2 ago…

  101. Jersey*made*me Says:

    And I don’t have a problem with Jews…I’m just saying, they killed Jesus. Can’t be that cool

    ^^
    lol,true.

  102. Charles Oakley Says:

    # g7 Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:22 pm

    so it looks like Rae came through on the “1 hot album every 15 year average”…lol

    *marks down calendar for 2024*
    ^^
    dead

  103. Rockabye Says:

    my damn computer can only d/l zip albums and I can’t find one

    ^

    WIN. RAR. Come on.

    Also, anyone know what the hell A. Keys is saying in the second line of her chorus?

    “In New York
    I’m blah blah blah dreams are made of
    Now you’re in New York”

  104. PW Says:

    Aquemini > Illmatic
    ^

    Negative…. this coming from a Kast stan.

  105. b-ease Says:

    Nas should’ve just taken the best beats from Timbo, Dilla, Premo, Dre, Quik, Just Blaze, Skateboard, and Ye and he might’ve won in a landslide.

    ^^
    And he would have. If his mind wasnt encased in weed, and his ear laced with tin.

    This nigga bought a Chris Webber beat. Think about that. Just not a GOAT move…

  106. g7 Says:

    >>Consistency

    ^that and add to the fact that Jay never took chances creatively like Nas has. far less risk involved with that strategy. Jay pretty much has the same formula for every album. Nas on the other you have no idea what he’s going to come up with. He doesn’t roll with a set formula for his albums.

  107. b-ease Says:

    Want me to post the whole 55?

    ^^
    Why yes. Yes, I do.

  108. J. Caesar Says:

    nas lost tapes is dope..and i am..and nastradamus were supposed to be originally one if i’m not mistaken…but leak or bootleggin f”d that up…but nas is king..jay-z is dope but he is a hustler..and he thats what he did hustle..but at the same time can rhyme but handled his business well..and in a world where wealth helps a lot to your name (i think thats why many ppl give jay a pass over nasir)

  109. herbal kint Says:

    Rockabye Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:41 pm
    my damn computer can only d/l zip albums and I can’t find one

    ^

    WIN. RAR. Come on.

    …… I tried that, it just shows up as a blank document and nothing happens ….

  110. baby jesus Says:

    This nigga bought a Chris Webber beat.

    ^
    just about sums it up

  111. Jersey*made*me Says:

    “In New York
    I’m blah blah blah dreams are made of
    Now you’re in New York”

    ^^
    I’m playing that shit right now,that’s eeeerie as fuck

  112. g7 Says:

    herbal kint Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:41 pm
    g7 Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 11:39 pm
    Ty

    what kinda computer you rolling with chief? lol. you still runnin’ with Windows95?

    ….naw I got a Mac, i never used to have this problem until just a month or 2 ago…

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

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

    how can you base anything off that?

    ^
    That assessment was strictly made on BP3. Drake definitely has the greater and more noticeable body of work, but I’m surprised he settled on just singing a hook for an album that will draw the rap world’s attention. He even mentioned he wants to go bar for bar in an interview. But he pulls a semi Wayne like on Hello Brooklyn and settles for a hook? I’m off that.

    *is alright with Cudi’s hook on Already Home*

  114. b-ease Says:

    far less risk involved with that strategy. Jay pretty much has the same formula for every album. Nas on the other you have no idea what he’s going to come up with. He doesn’t roll with a set formula for his albums.

    ^^
    Co-sign 100%. But as cowardly as that strategy might have seemed, it was smart. As much as the formula stays the same, if you listen to each Jay album, they’re like diaries of the previous year. You can literally hear personal growth.

    Oh yea, and Hey Papi = Jay’s greatest “pop/club” song.

    “How cool is he?” and Pam Anderson in the vid…

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

    Aquemini > Illmatic
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    Blasphemy

  116. Jersey*made*me Says:

    and his ear laced with tin.
    ^^
    LMAO.That’s no way to talk about Sincere.

  117. J. Caesar Says:

    g7 Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 11:43 pm
    >>Consistency

    ^that and add to the fact that Jay never took chances creatively like Nas has. far less risk involved with that strategy. Jay pretty much has the same formula for every album. Nas on the other you have no idea what he’s going to come up with. He doesn’t roll with a set formula for his albums.
    ^^thats a very good point..like when u get sooo much repetition of something you will look so good doin’ it, bc it’s been done so many times, but when something new is done not everything is smooth at first or ever

  118. 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.

  119. 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

  120. g7 Says:

    >>This nigga bought a Chris Webber beat. Think about that. Just not a GOAT move…

    ^it saved him 15% on his insurance though (c)geico

  121. J. Caesar Says:

    i’m tellin you cudi will have album of the year in my eyes…those snippets are amazing..i don’t think one of those songs were wack at all

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

    Ease

    zshare.net/audio/65007712a8aa733b/

  123. Jersey*made*me Says:

    It Was Written is one of the best albums of any genre period.That shit was GREAT!!

  124. 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.

  125. 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…

  126. 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.

  127. J. Caesar Says:

    and no famous guest appearances on nas 1st album….

  128. 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!

  129. Crossbow Says:

    It Was Writen > Illmatic

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

    Bout fuckin’ time somebody said it.

  130. Frank Says:

    Who’s Rocsi’s co-host?

  131. Southwest OG Says:

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

    ^
    jump out the window/off the bride like erick sermon..illmatic will forever be the best hip-hop/rap album ever

    Curren$y>aubrey

  132. Mpho Says:

    yessir Says:

    September 2nd, 2009 at 12:01 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.

    Untitled doesnt touch BP3.. HOLLA!

    ^^^^^^
    What nonsense

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