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Styles P feat. Jadakiss & Junior Reid – Invasion

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This dropped in July ’08 without the Kiss verse.

Update: Green says it’s on The Green Ghost Project (due Nov 17th.)

Styles P feat. Jadakiss & Junior Reid – Invasion (prod. Green Lantern)

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36 Responses to “Styles P feat. Jadakiss & Junior Reid – Invasion”

  1. the real truth Says:

    but i dont understand the concept of being weak lyricist and selling more

    ^
    People are stupid point blank period…Lupe dumb’d It Down To Sell…Jay did It To Sell and so did Nasir, If people dont understand it or if they cant comprehend it they dont want it

  2. landLORD Says:

    Skyzoo was sitting in the Jeter family luxury box hi-fiving Sharlee Jeter (derek’s sister) and Derek’s pops, when Jeter broke Gehrig’s 72 year old hits record … somebody know that nigga …

    im personally not a Skyzoo fan… but that was hella impressive, to say the least …

    i never saw Soulja Boy hugged up on no sisters of legends …

  3. Boos Bigelow Says:

    1. the real truth Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:58 pm

    but i dont understand the concept of being weak lyricist and selling more

    ^
    People are stupid point blank period…Lupe dumb’d It Down To Sell…Jay did It To Sell and so did Nasir, If people dont understand it or if they cant comprehend it they dont want it
    ______________________________________________________________

    how did lupe dumb it down?

  4. the real truth Says:

    I could start posting ever shitty R&B track that leaks, but that’s not what me or this site is about.

    ^
    Which is what makes this site so dope…but on the flip side sometimes you still have to shake the commercial hand to make money and i dont understand why as soon as someone does that everybody goes into a hating frenzy…i cant be mad at an artist or whoever doing tht bcuz if i was in the industry id probably do the same thing

  5. landLORD Says:

    i have however, seen Soulja Boy hugged up with Curtis Jackson … looking like Sigel and Peedi Crakk …

    do the math …

  6. the real truth Says:

    how did lupe dumb it down?

    ^
    Have you listened to The Cool?

  7. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    I don’t think everybody wants to be heard by everybody in the world. certainly not a Jay Electronica or a Blu, who I’m sure both know that alot of niggas minds aren’t advanced enough to follow their wordplay/subject matter.
    ===========================================
    But it’s not like their going out of their way not to attract fans. Jay is just making the music he wants to make and let’s be honest, this dude is a special case. He’s not your average generic rapper.

    He’s special enough to get that love from the masses.

    Stop sleeping on my nigga, trying to box him in.

  8. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    how did lupe dumb it down?

    ^
    Have you listened to The Cool?
    ======================
    The Cool was more highbrow & high concept then F&L.

    I don’t see your logic on that one.

  9. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Andre 3000 uses “multisyllable words” and he’s considered one of the modern day GOATS, no?
    ^^
    Why is 3000 on the hottest list if it means “not dopest”? For Green Light?smh.

  10. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # the real truth Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 8:02 pm

    how did lupe dumb it down?

    ^
    Have you listened to The Cool?
    ____________________________________________________

    Yeah which was a really good album….lyrics was on point as much as the first one…where was the dumbing down on that album?

  11. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 8:03 pm

    how did lupe dumb it down?

    ^
    Have you listened to The Cool?
    ======================
    The Cool was more highbrow & high concept then F&L.

    I don’t see your logic on that one.
    _____________________________________________________________

    No doubt…the cool had wayyy more complex lyricism on it than the cool…concepts on the cool were out this world..

  12. the real truth Says:

    Yeah which was a really good album….lyrics was on point as much as the first one…where was the dumbing down on that album?

    ^
    Lyrically simply

    The Cool was more highbrow & high concept then F&L.

    I don’t see your logic on that one.

    ^
    what was it like 4 or 5 songs using the concept?…i was speaking lyrically anyway

  13. Boos Bigelow Says:

    edit: than food and liquor

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

    JadaKiss in a interview said that 70% of white people buy CDs..now Jada is no marketing director so it not like that is completely accurate percentage but it a percentage that sounds reasonable knowing how black people used to buy bootleg CDs and now the internet of where i can find any album 2 weeks before it is available in the stores

  15. the real truth Says:

    the cool had wayyy more complex lyricism on it than the cool

    ^
    im guessing you meant food & liquor but im just not seeing how lyrically it was wayyy better…i mean concept wise its a dope idea but the concept is barely on the album

  16. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    Shining Down = one of the best songs of 2009.

  17. landLORD Says:

    Lupe’s lyrics didnt dumb down, but his music did (so to speak)..

    the more pop oriented approach with the beats, is what i think most were disappointed with…. but lupe didnt sell out, to sell more… “The Cool” sold more simply cause everyone knew who he was by then (thanks to the internet, not the “streets”)… it also got marketed better … “The Cool” ads were everywhere… unlike F & L … if it ships more, it sells more… period …

  18. baby jesus Says:

    Shining Down = one of the best songs of 2009

    ^
    *blank stare*

  19. the real truth Says:

    Shining Down = one of the worst songs of 2009.

    ^
    *fixed*

  20. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    I think the lyricism was advanced on The Cool, so much so, it went over alotta heads (none).

  21. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    I really don’t get the Shining Down hate.

    Really.

  22. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # the real truth Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 8:06 pm

    the cool had wayyy more complex lyricism on it than the cool

    ^
    im guessing you meant food & liquor but im just not seeing how lyrically it was wayyy better…i mean concept wise its a dope idea but the concept is barely on the album
    ________________________________________________________________

    I like both food and liquor and the cool…the cool’s best songs are better than the best songs on food and liquor but overall food and liquor might be better….

    I just don’t see the dumbing down…since the album had a lot of depth to it with allegories and vivid imagery…

  23. baby jesus Says:

    shit was just wack. not that complicated

  24. the real truth Says:

    the more pop oriented approach

    ^
    Thats all i was sayin…i mean i dont think he sold out at all but F&L > The cool

  25. A tribe called quest aka Yo Lurker, Im really happy for you & imma let you finish, but my comment is one of the greatest comments of all time Says:

    NY Rappers > South rappers

    thats all that matters

  26. the real truth Says:

    I just don’t see the dumbing down…since the album had a lot of depth to it with allegories and vivid imagery…

    ^
    I just think he spazzed more on F&L than the Cool…and its just my opinion but i feel like The Cool had a more commercial approach to it

  27. Boos Bigelow Says:

    the cool had more of a matchbox 20 feel…I guess if you’re not a fan of alternative rock music then you don’t like the cool….but matthew santos was crack on that album…

    the cool was still just as good as food and liquor

  28. the real truth Says:

    the cool was still just as good as food and liquor

    ^
    I dont see how…I mean i cant play the Cool all the way through to be honest

  29. landLORD Says:

    NY homeless people, NY rats and NY roaches > south rappers…

    with the rare exceptions of Jay Electronica & Little Brother (pooh included) …

  30. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    the cool was still just as good as food and liquor

    ^
    I dont see how…I mean i cant play the Cool all the way through to be honest
    =======================================
    I agree with this.

  31. baby jesus Says:

    ny taxes > southern rappers

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

    # Boos Bigelow Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 8:13 pm

    the cool had more of a matchbox 20 feel…I guess if you’re not a fan of alternative rock music then you don’t like the cool….but matthew santos was crack on that album…

    the cool was still just as good as food and liquor
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    agreed….the cool was much more of a enjoyable listen than F&L

  33. landLORD Says:

    the difference between the beats on “F&L” and “The Cool”, is like the difference between the beats on “Come Home With Me” and “Crime Pays” …

    night and day … riches to rags …

    great or wack beats, can make or break an LP … regardless of how well you rap …

  34. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    the difference between the beats on “F&L” and “The Cool”, is like the difference between the beats on “Come Home With Me” and “Crime Pays”
    ==============================================
    F&L = The Blueprint

    The Cool = BP3

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