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Video: Q Da Kid – I Need That

I thought we would never hear from this kid again after they showed Jermaine the door at IDJ. He’s got a little spit though, I can’t front.

Related: Q Da Kid – So Ghetto Freestyle | Q Da Kid feat Nicole Wray – This Is Me


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23 Responses to “Video: Q Da Kid – I Need That”

  1. THE-XFACTA Says:

    LMAO @ Big Homie-son thinking that Rae post was returning.. Eskay shitted on you Big Homie-son

  2. Raekwon The Chef Says:

    He’s got a little spit though, I can’t front.

    ^I agree

  3. Joe 88 Says:

    THE-XFACTA Says:
    September 29th, 2009 at 4:29 pm
    How does Jigga take credit for making NY fitteds famous.. GTFOH nigga I was rocking fitted Yankee hats before you dropped that Hawiann Sophie dud!

    ^word, but jigga gets alot of credit for things he didn’t deserve, like all white af1’s, niggas calling them the jigga’s for a hot second, before nelly came and fucked af1’s up forever. I even got mad when niggas called af1’s jiggas, I had a pair when he was jaz and kane’s hype man

  4. Big Homie Says:

    Damnit

  5. Beezy Says:

    I thought we would never hear from this kid again

    ^we can only hope

  6. Ghost Writer Says:

    My father was probably the first man to collect every baseball team cap….dude was and still is a baseball fanatic….he used to play local too…heard he was the a beast (n)

  7. Big Homie Says:

    Fuck..I was going to make ya’ll think I was Cleo or some Chinese fortune teller

  8. Joe 88 Says:

    A New Low. No Love For Hometown Artist? Radio Station 93.9 WKYS Disses Wale & His New Single! “We Only Play The Hot New Joints Like Money To Blow” [Audio]

    ^No nah right post?

    WSHH >

  9. Harlem World Says:

    KRS-One, Funkmaster Flex and 40Gs

    What radio has done is find new ways to do their dirt. For example, nowadays you have situations where individuals at the stations have set up ?fake? consulting or record promotional companies or even record pools that can help the big record companies get commercial airplay. Some of these companies are actually owned by the program directors or key jocks at the station who will get a hefty fee and then kick it back to their bosses. This was a practice that KRS-One went on record to complain about with Hot 97?s Funkmaster Flex.

    A few years ago KRS took a job at Warner Brothers where he became a label executive. He told Lee Bailey?s EUR Report that he had given one of Funkmaster Flex?s companies 40 thousand dollars with the understanding that he would play some of the artist on the label. This of course never happened. If memory serves me correctly think KRS noted that he only got one spin. Two or three years ago, Nas shed a bit more insight to this practice by Flex when he alluded to it during his infamous outburst on rival station Power 105 after Hot 97 denied him permission to do a performance dissing Jay-Z at their annual Summer Jam concert. Soon afterwards an open letter began circulating around the industry accusing Flex?s company Franchise Marketing and his Big Dawg Record Pool of being shields for ongoing payola practices.

    While folks may be tempted to immediately zoom onto Flex and get mad at him, we can not simply make him the fall guy. We can not overlook the fact that he could not operate such any of his companies which clearly blurred the lines and created conflict of interest scenarios without the support or ?blind eye turned? by Hot 97?s [Emmis Broadcasting] executives such as then program directors Tracey Chlorety and Steve Smith who proceeded her and is now an executive at Clear Channel. At the time there were a couple of publications that were supposed to look into KRS?s assertions and the payola accusations including The Source Magazine, but those stories were mysteriously killed while the pay for play allegations still exist.

    Around the time Flex was catching heat, another shady payola practice came to light. We?ll call it the ?Let me do a remix for your artist? ploy. Here a popular mixshow deejay will offer to do a remix of a particular artist or song. A large amount of money is paid for that deejay?s production services which soon lead to increased airplay. Here?s the catch- rarely do you hear the remix being played. The way people have covered their asses is to release a limited edition of these various ?regional? remixes from around the country or these remixes might show up on limited edition remix records that are available only to commercial Djs.

  10. BabyDoll Says:

    Oh wow, he had a song with Nicole Wray too?

    *listens*

  11. Big Homie Says:

    Mmm..I wonder if Wale is going to do the same with the National’s fitted especially since he uses the W log in his name.

  12. landLORD Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    Fuck..I was going to make ya’ll think I was Cleo

    ————

    … AYOO …

  13. Harlem World Says:

    *Heads to wshh for daily dosage of coonery and comedy*

  14. Ghost Writer Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    September 29th, 2009 at 4:36 pm
    Fuck..I was going to make ya’ll think I was Cleo or some Chinese fortune teller

    ^
    yO you know of any good bootleg sites I can download new movies?

  15. landLORD Says:

    this Q Da Kid nigga sounds like JCole 2.0 …

    next post please…

  16. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    That can really happened, i dated a jamaican chick years ago and she kept hitting me and caught me on the side of my head and on my ear and i blacked out for a sec, 4get she was a girl, then i hit her with a combo and that i apologized like ole boy did after he shot jason on jasons lyric

    I had to leave her alone

    But s ex wise, she is in the top 3 of all time

  17. Big Homie Says:

    yO you know of any good bootleg sites I can download new movies?

    ^ onprobation.com

    porn right?

  18. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    Diddy made the Pirates baseball cap hot tru story…..see the night pac got shot

  19. Rey aka NahRight's Corey Feldman Says:

    THE Q Da Kid??

  20. landLORD Says:

    Payola been in existence as long as record companies, radio stations and movie distributors been operating… thats why people like Funk Flex and Eskay’s angry denials always make for good comedy … they the only ones gettin mad about it… just take the money and stunt… dont act like it doesnt exist… thou doth do be protesting too loudly and whatnot …

  21. wow Says:

    that blog shit at the end of this vid is so wack…it just screams please post my songgggggggggggg lol

  22. BSEENANDHEARD Says:

    # Ghost Writer Says:
    September 29th, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    My father was probably the first man to collect every baseball team cap….dude was and still is a baseball fanatic….he used to play local too…heard he was the a beast (n)

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

    I’ll hit an inside the park homer on your dad

  23. inmylane Says:

    Im loving the “new direction” of artists, sans the hype, the bullsh*t and the fakery. Q came across real, legit, a regular study with a superior sound! Maybe the love that faded between him & JD is what the Kid needed to find himself inside of all the hypery that is today’s hip hop…take it back to the table of writing rhymes, beatdrums, & homies feelin the love! All of this “I hit up the block, I got hte biggest, baddest, mostest, only, realest, sh*t needs a rest!
    Obama said “pay attention MF*ckahs, listen & learn”…
    Q spit that fire w no burn, lookin forward to more….

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