Video: Sene – WonLover (Prod. by Blu as GODlee Barnes)

Directed by Jerome D, and produced by Blu, here is the official music video for “WonLover,” from Sene’s newly released album “ADayLate&ADollarShort” entirely produced by Blu as GODlee Barnes.

Download: Sene – WonLover (Prod. by Blu)

Previously: Blu aka GODlee Barnes – Open(TheInstrumentalLP)


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51 Responses to “Video: Sene – WonLover (Prod. by Blu as GODlee Barnes)”

  1. plug Says:

    I move light like my shoes too tight

  2. Duro Says:

    I’ll say this. Think about rich white people and then think about rich black people. Most rich white folk are educated and excel in fields that don’t involve entertainment a majority of the time. Black rich folk are mostly entertainers but there is a small minority that have attained wealth thru education. Now when you have a group of deprived people with respect to money (blacks), they will always look for the blueprint, that road map to success. Be a dancer, rapper, video hoe, movie star and you can get out the hood. That’s all they see. The most successful blueprint so far is rap. So they will do that until the well dries up. Forget about the drugs and shooting for a second. That’s a cop out. There are bigger issues behind it.

  3. Daily Drug Says:

    plug Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 5:32 pm
    I move light like my shoes too tight

    ^a to the…..

  4. landLORD Says:

    eskay Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 5:30 pm
    >>Checkmate. Thanks for playing Es.

    it’s no fucking checkmate, I can go ask a 19 year old right now and I’m sure he’ll tell me 10 different bands.

    ————

    LOL @ asking 19 year olds ANYTHING about ANYTHING and expecting a conclusive intelligent answer …

    sure you right …

    B-Ease, W – Eskay, L

  5. b-ease Says:

    I can go ask a 19 year old right now and I’m sure he’ll tell me 10 different bands.

    ^^
    Well, do that and get back to me. I’ll be interested in your findings.

    I’d honestly love to debate all evening, but I got a train to catch.

    Yall nahggers be safe. *daps*

  6. landLORD Says:

    *daps b-ease, Rey, DBillz and others who are either leaving or arriving*

  7. Duro Says:

    Then think about the tv shows that degraded black people for being smart and intelligent. Carlton, Braxton, Erkel. They always got made fun of for either talking white or not being black enough. What kind of shit is that?

  8. eskay Says:

    >>Selling is worse when its the main cause of self-destruction in your people.

    ^well I would strongly disagree with that statement.

    >>So when your kid plays the new Jeezy, you can explain why its neccessary for him to get it for 17.5?? Come on son…

    yeah, I can. just cuz you try to clown and phrase it that way doesn’t mean I’m any less equpped to explain to my kid why African-Americans, after 400 years of institutionalized racism might have to resort to less than legal means to feed their families. I’m not afraid of talking about that shit to my kids because I’d rather I explain it to them than some nigga on the corner.

  9. Daily Drug Says:

    These jay elec trax never get old, but pause on the nigga just saying “you see an MC thats flamer than me, you high as hell” in my headphones

  10. eskay Says:

    the theme of crime in hip-hop is a direct result of racism in America. the theme of drug use in (most) rock music is a direct result of motherfuckers wanting to party.

  11. Daily Drug Says:

    Dr*ugs are bad

  12. D. Billz Says:

    *dapz landLORD*

    “What we talkin bout?”

  13. Duro Says:

    the theme of crime in hip-hop is a direct result of racism in America.
    “””””””””””””
    how so?

  14. landLORD Says:

    Duro Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 5:38 pm
    Then think about the tv shows that degraded black people for being smart and intelligent. Carlton, Braxton, Erkel. They always got made fun of for either talking white or not being black enough. What kind of shit is that?

    ———-

    word… damn good point…. or even Michael from Good Times, who was labeled as being MILITANT, just because he expressed love and concern about his own history … the examples are mad numerous …

  15. AntEscrow Says:

    Blu >>>>>>

  16. landLORD Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 5:42 pm
    *dapz landLORD*

    “What we talkin bout?”

    ————–

    it started with the Bill Cosby lp thread… and hiphop being the only art form that systematically pays lucrative rewards to artist who agree to glorify and perpetuate the negativity that destroys black culture… drug use, drug dealing, violence, gang violence, pimpery, sluttery and other societal ills of that nature …

  17. landLORD Says:

    eskay Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 5:41 pm
    the theme of crime in hip-hop is a direct result of racism in America. the theme of drug use in (most) rock music is a direct result of motherfuckers wanting to party.

    ——–

    forget drug use … what about drug selling?… what white acts were ever allowed to, or even TRIED to, boast about moving weight in their art?… drug users aint the problem… drug DEALERS are …

  18. landLORD Says:

    eskay Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 5:41 pm
    the theme of crime in hip-hop is a direct result of racism in America. the theme of drug use in (most) rock music is a direct result of motherfuckers wanting to party.

    ——–

    forget drug use … what about drug selling?… what white acts were ever allowed to, or even TRIED to, boast about moving weight in their art?… drug users aint the problem… drug D.E.A.L.E.R.S are …

  19. eskay Says:

    >>the theme of crime in hip-hop is a direct result of racism in America.

    do you think that if racism never existed in this country, and black people had been afforded the same opportunities as whites for the last few hundred years, that 1 in 3 black males would still be imprisoned? the fact is, we have undergone an economic apartheid in America and as a result have felt the need to resort to crime to survive. this mentality permeated the culture to the point where, even though we have it way better now, it’s almost expected for a young black male to be involved in some kind of illegal hustle. Hip-Hop music is a reflection of these cultural phenomenons.

  20. Treasure!!!! Says:

    Bling blaow!

  21. Duro Says:

    on the real Ye was my favorite rapper till Graduation. He wanted to continue trying to uplift black folk. But he wanted that doe. I don’t know if you listened to “Stronger” but he said some pretty revealing stuff on it.

  22. Charles Oakley Says:

    America has an ongoing history of treating minorities, especially Blacks, as lesser than whites. Laws and actions have been instituted to prevent them from progressing financially, educationally, etc. There are many clear and obvious examples of this taking place.

  23. Daily Drug Says:

    …..after 400 years of institutionalized racism might have to resort to less than legal means to feed their families….

    ^random: there has to be some way to balance the realization of this point and black folks progress through education and more legal or socially acceptable means e.t.c.

    All the other ethinicities in the US did some dirt at some point, and now they have a good balance of illegal and legal means of earning (italian, irish e.t.c.)…and the scales (hopefully) tip alot more legal.

    Blk folks balance is arriving gradually…maybe not fast enough for some people, but its definetly happening, especially considering how late we started, you know, with all the racial road blocks and what not.

  24. Charles Oakley Says:

    ^^
    Actually I forgot about Native Americans, they had it even worse.

  25. eskay Says:

    >>forget drug use … what about drug selling?… what white acts were ever allowed to, or even TRIED to, boast about moving weight in their art?… drug users aint the problem… drug D.E.A.L.E.R.S are …

    for the most part, that’s not a part of their culture, why would they sing about it?

    if you ask me, the drug users are the problem, not the sellers. drug dealers are simply entrepreneurs serving a market.

    with the possible exception of the crack epidemic, I don’t feel sorry for anybody who gets hooked on drugs to the point they can’t function in society. ain’t nobody put a gun to your head.

  26. landLORD Says:

    Charles Oakley Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 5:55 pm
    America has an ongoing history of treating minorities, especially Blacks, as lesser than whites. Laws and actions have been instituted to prevent them from progressing financially, educationally, etc. There are many clear and obvious examples of this taking place.

    ———–

    word… but apparenty according to Amp and Eskay, Hip-Hop is above and beyond reproach when it comes to systematic and institutional racism involving black people …

    imagine that …

  27. CassavaLeaf Says:

    ^^
    Actually I forgot about Native Americans, they had it even worse.

    ^^^

    yes but they have received some financial consideration for their plight

  28. Daily Drug Says:

    if you ask me, the drug users are the problem, not the sellers. drug dealers are simply entrepreneurs serving a market.

    with the possible exception of the crack epidemic, I don’t feel sorry for anybody who gets hooked on drugs to the point they can’t function in society. ain’t nobody put a gun to your head.

    ^damn ninja…I guess to each his own

  29. Daily Drug Says:

    if you ask me, the drug users are the problem, not the sellers. dr*ug de*alers are simply entrepreneurs serving a market.

    with the possible exception of the crack epidemic, I don’t feel sorry for anybody who gets hooked on drugs to the point they can’t function in society. ain’t nobody put a gun to your head.

    ^damn ninja…I guess to each his own

  30. Daily Drug Says:

    CassavaLeaf

    ^that name is whats up! (||)

  31. landLORD Says:

    if you ask me, the drug users are the problem, not the sellers. drug dealers are simply entrepreneurs serving a market.

    ———

    SMH..

    cmon B… if its not made available to us in the first place, then there’s no problem …

    you act like black folks just invented cocaine and alcohol in the dust fields of Senegal, and brought it to Atlanta and Detroit in the baggage department of those luxurious slave ships …

    smartenup B …

    and why you can say drug d—— and dont get moderated … thats a form of racism as well …

  32. eskay Says:

    >>word… but apparenty according to Amp and Eskay, Hip-Hop is above and beyond reproach when it comes to systematic and institutional racism involving black people

    now you know I said no such thing. link to where I said anything of the sort.

    I just think that the argument you’re using to validate your claim is flawed.

  33. landLORD Says:

    if you ask me, the drug users are the problem, not the sellers. drug d***** are simply entrepreneurs serving a market.

    ———

    SMH..

    cmon B… if its not made available to us in the first place, then there’s no problem …

    you act like black folks just invented cocaine and alcohol in the dust fields of Senegal, and brought it to Atlanta and Detroit in the baggage department of those luxurious slave ships …

    smartenup B …

    and why you can say drug d—— and dont get moderated … thats a form of racism as well …

  34. Daily Drug Says:

    and why you can say drug d—— and dont get moderated … thats a form of racism as well …

    ^im saying…lol

  35. landLORD Says:

    Drug Sellers aint no damn entrepeneurs… them niggas are pawns of the same motherfuckers trying to destroy us … see how disposable they become once they get busted?…

    LMAO @ Drug Sellers being labeled as “entrepeneurs” … you been bamboozled by the glorification themes apparently …

  36. Daily Drug Says:

    F5

  37. Duro Says:

    It all comes down to money. There’s more money in black people failing and white people glorifying it. Eskay doesn’t realy have to smarten up. The dumb niggas on the street do. They are the ones making the wrong choices.

  38. AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin' Says:

    the theme of crime in hip-hop is a direct result of racism in America.
    ============================
    Sizzle.

    Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

  39. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD

    I see I said. The part that disappoints me the most about this convo is that we (Nubians) always want to COMPARE our situation to that of white people. Why do we care what they are letting their children listen to? Why do we care about artists that have no relevance to our culture? Why must we look for a scapegoat in the white man to validate our ignorance just because THEY do it as well? I could give a fuck if any of those rock artists did lines if coke and smashed an abundance if white women right next door to me. Let’s stop comparing and start not only acknowledging but also fixing our own problems. Axl Rose did this, Gene Simmons did that… who gives a fuck?

  40. plug Says:

    you gotta respect yope daelers. the courage it takes to do that is incredible. if youve never did it you wouldnt understand. I aint sayin I approve of slangin but it takes balls… huge balls… wit hair on them… nhjic

  41. AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin' Says:

    Blaming all the ills of the black community on Hip-Hop is insane.

    It’s deeper then rap.

  42. Duro Says:

    you gotta respect yope daelers. the courage it takes to do that is incredible. if youve never did it you wouldnt understand. I aint sayin I approve of slangin but it takes balls… huge balls… wit hair on them… nhjic
    “”””””””””
    dead or in jail homie. I don’t see any areas to give respect

  43. AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin' Says:

    I can only take accountability for my actions and the way my actions influence my family.

    Talking shit with no clear answers on how to fix a problem is a waste of keystrokes.

  44. CassavaLeaf Says:

    you gotta respect yope daelers. the courage it takes to do that is incredible. if youve never did it you wouldnt understand. I aint sayin I approve of slangin but it takes balls… huge balls… wit hair on them… nhjic

    ^^^^

    going to school
    and taking on that debt
    and graduating
    and doing something for the greater good of your family
    takes huge balls
    because that’s a risk
    it’s a land of unknowns

  45. plug Says:

    Blaming all the ills of the black community on Hip-Hop is insane
    ——
    true

  46. AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin' Says:

    you gotta respect yope daelers. the courage it takes to do that is incredible. if youve never did it you wouldnt understand. I aint sayin I approve of slangin but it takes balls… huge balls… wit hair on them… nhjic
    “”””””””””
    dead or in jail homie. I don’t see any areas to give respect5
    =====================================
    Spoken like someone who knows nothing of the struggle.

    I see homies who are intelligent but don’t have a diploma or any kinda paperwork and have a felony on their record.

    They get it how they live and I can’t fault them.

    I had options alot of cats don’t but I don’t look down on a nigga for how he gets it.

    Now these little niggas selling crack for kick money instead of getting a 9 to 5?

    They deserve what the game has coming to them.

  47. Charles Oakley Says:

    blink

  48. landLORD Says:

    Let’s stop comparing and start not only acknowledging but also fixing our own problems. Axl Rose did this, Gene Simmons did that… who gives a fuck?

    ——————

    well they starting naming those names because we said that whites as a culture, dont sell and reward their own artists for portraying negative influences and stimuli, BUT they reward black artists HANDSOMELY for perpetuating and glorifying the negative influences directed at our own culture …

    that was the start of it, and the only point i was trying to make … names were irrelevant indeed …

  49. Joe 88 Says:

    What do you get when you mix a brown chicken and a brown cow?

  50. eskay Says:

    >>LMAO @ Drug Sellers being labeled as “entrepeneurs” … you been bamboozled by the glorification themes apparently …

    come on, give me a break. I’m not saying that the white man didn’t bring drugs here, but it’s not only Black people being affected by drugs. there’s more white people on drugs than black people. as far as niggas being pawns, well maybe they are, maybe they aren’t but at least they’re feeding their families. it could also be argued that any nigga who works for the government or any huge corporation in any position is a pawn. at least niggas selling drugs are reaping the rewards.

    once again, ain’t nobody put a gun to all those Black folks heads and tell them to shoot heron or smoke crack, so all that blaming the white man for the drug problem in America don’t fly with me. anybody coulda brought the shit here, but it every individuals prerogative whether to use it or not. I’m a weed addict and I don’t blame nobody but myself.

  51. ThisIsInsane Says:

    Wow. Now I’m not from the States so maybe I’m missing something but here’s my two pennies. . .

    Firstly, no one is denying that selling drugs is profitable and therefore enterrising. However, the stance taken by eskay. . .that is shameful You’ve been listening to too much rap music I think. There is no moral justification for selling drugs. In particular, one must remember that the drug game is not the same as selling alchohol for example. A lot of violence comes with it. Violence which kills innocent people as well as “soldiers.” Their lives don’t matter to you eskay?

    Secondly, unless you think that taking drugs is somehow okay, then you can’t justify selling them. Tthere are a lot of immoral things that have a huge demand. . .like child pornography for example. It’s trite to say that if no one watched child porn no one would sell it. But it’s immoral regardless. Once the object of the transaction becomes tainted, so too does the transaction. The problem with drugs is that unlike kiddie porn, you can argue that there are no innocent victims. Infact, you may want to liken it to adult porn where all the protagonists are adults. But once again, do you genuinely believe that the adult film industry is morally upstanding?
    The power dynamics at play entrench exploitation.

    Finally, comparing the drug game to corporate America doesn’t help. Here’s why. We all agree that some forms of conduct by corporate entities are immoral. Sweat shops for example? Or price fixing which hurts consumers. The difference is that because these activities are regulated, it’s easy to keep tabs on any immoral trends and proscribe them. Ironically, pharmaceutical companies have long been criticised for their conduct. The fact that some government officials on their pay role don’t do anything about it doesn’t mean it’s right. More importantly, the fact that you can point to this doesn’t justify the drug game. NEVER. I have plenty of sympathy for those who resort to the drug trade but given the chance, I would never legalise that trade.

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