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Video: Self Scientific (Chace Infinite & DJ Khalil) In The Studio

Here is some footage of Me and my brother Dj Khalil creating a joint off of our upcoming EP Designer Music. Hopefully, the next time you hear it, Sean Price will be on it.

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55 Responses to “Video: Self Scientific (Chace Infinite & DJ Khalil) In The Studio”

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

    # landLORD Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 6:54 pm

    ^

    Jay Elec is extremely dope but him dropping a song every other month isnt helping his cause…nigga is literally a floating ghost

    ———–

    thats part of his mystique…

    im glad he doesnt use the Hamiltonization process… he’s a genuine artist, not an industry slave… and his shits be prophecy and jewels of wisdom… that stuff aint birthed overnight on no schedule … it happens when it happens… like the appearance of comets or quasars … just be prepared when it does happen, and take heed …
    ^^^^^^^
    word…i don’t how people don’t get it….maybe this the curtis/wayne age of flooding “the streets” with 10,000 mixtapes and if so 15-20 are only dope then its cool since he “heating up the streets” he taken over “the streeeets” ….(c)RAAAAAWSE

  2. Beezy Says:

    being hot in the streets has nothing to do with the amt of shit your putting out there…its if your name is whats being discussed among niggas on street corners.

    Jay Elec is not.

  3. Jersey*made*me Says:

    *dead*@RJ bullying Dre. Loco with da cake got deaded in exactly 1 min. 37 seconds,LMAO.

  4. landLORD Says:

    a 17 inning exhibition baseball game, between the Kansas City Royals and the Washington Nationals >>> any Ace Hood video …

  5. Daily Drug Says:

    *’96 underground rappers it up*

    *changes name to Mathematical logic enigma infinite chemist*

  6. Captain Planet Says:

    co sign whoever said being underrated is overrated

    There’s usually a reason people aren’t mainstream, niggas be acting like niggas don’t wanna hear good music and shit

    People gravitate to hotness fam, So Far Gone? … I mean how many niggas in the mainstream heard of that Canadian dude from Degrass before that?

  7. Jersey*made*me Says:

    ^lol @ strupid…that shit sounds like it could catch on

    ^^
    It’s official 9-21-09,lol.

  8. Daily Drug Says:

    procrastination is a motherfucker

    *logs off*

  9. herbal kint Says:

    Beezy Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:12 pm
    being hot in the streets has nothing to do with the amt of shit your putting out there…its if your name is whats being discussed among niggas on street corners.

    Jay Elec is not.

    ….. this isn’t 1994 anymore, being talked about on the internet for the entire world to hear/read > being talked about by people still stuck chilling on the corners ….

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

    “strupidest”
    ^^^^^^^^
    thats a common word amongst west indian moms/aunties

  11. landLORD Says:

    *gets patent/copywright papers started for the word “strupid”*

  12. Jersey*made*me Says:

    ….. this isn’t 1994 anymore, being talked about on the internet for the entire world to hear/read > being talked about by people still stuck chilling on the corners ….

    ^^

    No-sign.The streets is,was,and will always be the gauge in hip hop,IMO.Souljah boy is a king online,knock it off.nh.

  13. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # Beezy Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:12 pm

    being hot in the streets has nothing to do with the amt of shit your putting out there…its if your name is whats being discussed among niggas on street corners.

    Jay Elec is not.
    ______________________________________________________________

    exactly…but if jay electro was hot in the streets…then it would be some other no name dude niggas on blogs would stan for.

  14. Beezy Says:

    ….. this isn’t 1994 anymore, being talked about on the internet for the entire world to hear/read > being talked about by people still stuck chilling on the corners ….

    ^nahhhhhh never

    hip hop started out in the park

  15. the real truth Says:

    You talking about Below The Heavens ?…that album is a classic

    ^
    This is exactly what im talking about

  16. landLORD Says:

    herbal kint Says:

    ….. this isn’t 1994 anymore, being talked about on the internet for the entire world to hear/read > being talked about by people still stuck chilling on the corners ….

    ————-

    word…

    LMAO at niggas who rely on losers at life, to tell them whats poppin … if they knew what was hot, they wouldnt be stuck on the corner selling poison… GTFOH with that convoluted logic … no one STILL has explained exactly who the “streets” are … i’ll wait …

    the “streets” = old jewish dudes and homosexuals, who sit in boardrooms and decide on different ways to make money off of the lowest forms of human behavior … FACT

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

    the streets = people who don’t spend 9 hours a day on the internet

  18. rex hussla Says:

    I don’t watch Mad Men…but I might have to start watching. JESUS CHRIST.

    land…would you bang this white devil? It’s all natural too.

    images.askmen.com/photos/christina-hendricks/84015.jpg

  19. suko Says:

    moderate me

  20. landLORD Says:

    ^nahhhhhh never

    hip hop started out in the park

    ———–

    that was 30 years ago… try plugging some speakers and turntables and mixers up in the average park now… them boys will be there, before you can say check 1,2 …

  21. Daily Drug Says:

    images.askmen.com/photos/christina-hendricks/84015.jpg

    ^Red heads >>>>

  22. Jersey*made*me Says:

    the “streets” = old jewish dudes and homosexuals, who sit in boardrooms and decide on different ways to make money off of the lowest forms of human behavior … FACT

    ^^

    C’mon fam.The streets are the essence of hip hop.Let’s not go all the way corporate with our shit man.The streets don’t necessarily have to mean drug dealers on the corner b.

  23. the real truth Says:

    @Land

    I agree with “mystique” but am i wrong when i say tht Jay Elec is almost making himself irrelevant…not to me at all but people who heard Exhibit A will eventually want to hear more music but how the fuck are they gonna find it?…i posted a link to a jay elec track almost 2 months ago and i think ive heard 1 new song from him since…hes defintely the best new mc by leaps and bounds but tha nigga deserves some shine…am i saying sellout and become a “slave”…not at all but i have this thing with seeing artists i like getting the respect they deserve universally

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

    that was 30 years ago… try plugging some speakers and turntables and mixers up in the average park now… them boys will be there, before you can say check 1,2
    ^^^^^^
    LOL…

  25. the real truth Says:

    No-sign.The streets is,was,and will always be the gauge in hip hop,IMO.Souljah boy is a king online,knock it off.nh.

    ^
    False…Soulja Boy? lol….i agree the streets is a pivotal part of hip hop but thats not how artists are really being found anymore…like it or not you need some sort of online presence my nigga

  26. landLORD Says:

    rex hussla says

    land…would you bang this white devil? It’s all natural too.

    ————–

    with all due respect to wifey…

    hell yeah… red-heads are kryptonite… she looks like Molly Ringwald with steroids in her tittyballs

    and Molly Rigwald was my favorite white chick for mad years …

    good post… who is she?. ..

  27. rex hussla Says:

    I guess she’s from that show Mad Men on AMC…I might have to start watching

  28. eskay Says:

    >>define “hot in the streets, please Eskay”..

    you have to have at least one song on the radio. you can say radio is wack or you don’t listen to radio all you want, but you can’t be hot in the streets without at least one song in rotation.

    and ya’ll know I don’t buy into that “niggas is only hot on the internets and that doesn’t count for nothing” shit. of course people on the internet count as real fans/followers or whatever, but the fact is, you can’t be on a “hottest MCs” list if you don’t have an online and offline following.

    ya’ll niggas read the word “hottest” and think that equates to “dopest” and that’s nowhere near the case. then ya’ll get mad at the people who made the list because ya’ll can’t comprehend what you read.

    if ya’ll wanna make an argument for Jay Electronica being the dopest MC then I’ll listen, but that nigga is not even a little bit the “Hottest”.

  29. landLORD Says:

    @ Eskay…

    overstood…

    and i dont listen to radio, for that very reason …

    dopest > hottest…

    dopest stands the test of time… what’s “hot” eventually cools off and disappears …

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

    dopest stands the test of time… what’s “hot” eventually cools off and disappears …
    =================================
    But what good is being dope if nobody knows who the fuck you are?

  31. eskay Says:

    >>no one STILL has explained exactly who the “streets” are … i’ll wait …

    the streets: any fan of rap music. the people who listen to the radio, go to clubs and buy CDs. this includes people who use the internet and people who don’t.

  32. Jersey*made*me Says:

    False…Soulja Boy? lol….i agree the streets is a pivotal part of hip hop but thats not how artists are really being found anymore…like it or not you need some sort of online presence my nigga
    ^^
    That’s all due to payola.The DJ’s are now suckas who don’t play what they like,niggas used to break records they was feeling,now it’s what they get paid to play.Bloggers post shit for industry favors(tickets,pics,autographs,a sip of Rose’,etc).Why cater to the internet when that’s where niggas dl your shit and take food out your mouth?

  33. the real truth Says:

    but you can’t be hot in the streets without at least one song in rotation.

    ^
    This…Sad But True

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

    Is Exhibit A on the radio?…i know it on the Fight Night Round 3 soundtrack…i dont listen to the radio so i wouldnt know

  35. landLORD Says:

    damn … google images got a whole portfolio of Christina Hendricks tittyball photos …

    im designating her as an honorary black woman, so i dont have any conflicting emotions regarding her ethnic makeup … that broad is past perfect …

  36. eskay Says:

    >>dopest stands the test of time… what’s “hot” eventually cools off and disappears …

    no doubt, although I’ll say that the hottest dudes don’t always cool off. some, very few, but some, ‘hot’ dudes end up sticking around and actually make a career out of it. this is the exception though, not the rule.

  37. Beezy Says:

    i use the streets in a more literal sense

    who the fuck cares what some 14yr old white girl in the burbs buys or thinks of music

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

    Round 4 soundtrack > Round 3

  39. suko Says:

    eskay Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:31 pm

    >>define “hot in the streets, please Eskay”..

    you have to have at least one song on the radio. you can say radio is wack or you don’t listen to radio all you want, but you can’t be hot in the streets without at least one song in rotation.

    and ya’ll know I don’t buy into that “niggas is only hot on the internets and that doesn’t count for nothing” shit. of course people on the internet count as real fans/followers or whatever, but the fact is, you can’t be on a “hottest MCs” list if you don’t have an online and offline following.
    ______________________________________________________________

    has skyzoo ever had a song on the radio?

  40. Beezy Says:

    Mad Men is the best show on television

  41. Jersey*made*me Says:

    i use the streets in a more literal sense

    who the fuck cares what some 14yr old white girl in the burbs buys or thinks of music

    ^^

    Heatrock.c o m

  42. Boos Bigelow Says:

    eskay Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:31 pm

    you have to have at least one song on the radio. you can say radio is wack or you don’t listen to radio all you want, but you can’t be hot in the streets without at least one song in rotation

    and ya’ll know I don’t buy into that “niggas is only hot on the internets and that doesn’t count for nothing” shit. of course people on the internet count as real fans/followers or whatever, but the fact is, you can’t be on a “hottest MCs” list if you don’t have an online and offline following.
    ______________________________________________________________

    has skyzoo ever had a song on the radio?

  43. the real truth Says:

    That’s all due to payola.The DJ’s are now suckas who don’t play what they like,niggas used to break records they was feeling,now it’s what they get paid to play.Bloggers post shit for industry favors(tickets,pics,autographs,a sip of Rose’,etc).Why cater to the internet when that’s where niggas dl your shit and take food out your mouth?

    ^
    Because the younger audience 14-25 are mostly on the computer…i mean your basically taking a crapshoot tht the people who download it also will buy it…i mean i do but i kno many dont and if they have to cater to both…look at Styles hes dope stays on the streets doesnt sell…now look at somebody like Joe Budden…also dope but mostly has an internet presence but he doesnt sell either…its all about timing and proper marketing

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

    has skyzoo ever had a song on the radio?
    ===============================
    He’s neither dope nor hot.

    He’s overrated.

    Term > Skyzoo

  45. Boos Bigelow Says:

    styles had his time at being hot though…when that “i get high” song came out mad niggas was bumping his shit….his time just came and went like any good rapper..

  46. eskay Says:

    Jay Electronica will never be on a hottest MC’s list and that’s the way it should be. I wouldn’t wanna see any of the dudes that I respect as lyricists on one of those lists because it probably means they’ve sold out. maybe it doesn’t and all of a sudden the masses have woken up to dopeness, but I doubt it. I think the days of seeing niggas like Jay or Nas, who the streets respect as lyricists, crossing over to mainstream are largely over. you’ll get a few here and there, but they won’t touch the success of a Jay or a (chuckle) Nas.

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

    look at Styles hes dope stays on the streets doesnt sell
    ======================================
    He doesn’t really make commercially viable music either.

    Make a couple of hit records & you’ll sell some albums.

    Simple.

  48. eskay Says:

    >>has skyzoo ever had a song on the radio?

    not that I know of, but what’s your point?

  49. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Because the younger audience 14-25 are mostly on the computer…i mean your basically taking a crapshoot tht the people who download it also will buy it…i mean i do but i kno many dont and if they have to cater to both…look at Styles hes dope stays on the streets doesnt sell…now look at somebody like Joe Budden…also dope but mostly has an internet presence but he doesnt sell either…its all about timing and proper marketing
    ^^
    Point well taken(nhjic).The irony of that analogy is that people say they don’t support Budden cuz he has no street cred,then turn around and say Styles ain’t heavy enough online,smh.

  50. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # eskay Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:43 pm

    Jay Electronica will never be on a hottest MC’s list and that’s the way it should be. I wouldn’t wanna see any of the dudes that I respect as lyricists on one of those lists because it probably means they’ve sold out. maybe it doesn’t and all of a sudden the masses have woken up to dopeness, but I doubt it. I think the days of seeing niggas like Jay or Nas, who the streets respect as lyricists, crossing over to mainstream are largely over. you’ll get a few here and there, but they won’t touch the success of a Jay or a (chuckle) Nas.
    ______________________________________________________________

    it basically means lyricim in the sense of using big multisyllable words is dead….that was the norm for rappers back in the day…and at that the time those were hot rappers….now not so much…new era new day

  51. Jersey*made*me Says:

    @Boosie

    With your logic,Biggie would’ve fell off by now,I don’t see it.

  52. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:47 pm

    @Boosie

    With your logic,Biggie would’ve fell off by now,I don’t see it.
    _______________________________________________________________

    Biggie had a hot flow, presence and other qualities that made him who he was…..he might have fell off and he might not….Only one rapper has been “hot” for a long time and thats jay-z….the odds are are 1 out of a million for a rapper to be relevant past 10 years…

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

    I think the days of seeing niggas like Jay or Nas, who the streets respect as lyricists, crossing over to mainstream are largely over. you’ll get a few here and there, but they won’t touch the success of a Jay or a (chuckle) Nas.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    your probably right..but i dont understand the concept of being weak lyricist and selling more…look at Joe Budden he was respected as a lyricist he had a hot song(Pump it Up) on Def Jam a major label and didnt sell and that was 6 years ago when people bought music more often

  54. eskay Says:

    >>it basically means lyricim in the sense of using big multisyllable words is dead….that was the norm for rappers back in the day…and at that the time those were hot rappers….now not so much…new era new day

    you and your fucking “multisyllable words”. that’s like your fucking “aggressive content” stfu with that shit already. that’s Boosie’s backhand way of saying nobody cares about New York rappers anymore. Andre 3000 uses “multisyllable words” and he’s considered one of the modern day GOATS, no?

  55. Boos Bigelow Says:

    new post eskay…smh

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