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Fashawn feat. Blu – Samsonite Man (prod. Exile)

Yesterday was Fashawn’s birthday (send him happy belated wishes) and today his debut album, produced entirely by Exile, Boy Meets World hits stores (buy it on iTunes here.) Fresno, CA is back on the map.

Below is the next single and if you haven’t heard the album yet, stream it in its entirety after the jump.

Fashawn feat. Blu – Samsonite Man (prod. Exile)


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65 Responses to “Fashawn feat. Blu – Samsonite Man (prod. Exile)”

  1. Charles Oakley Says:

    this goes

  2. Rey Says:

    THE… Oh, wait, I’ve heard of these guys. Nevermind.

  3. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Meteor Man > Samsonite Man

  4. herbal kint Says:

    456 Says:
    October 20th, 2009 at 3:14 pm
    give me a break with the Jay gives back shit, everything Jay has done he has done for publicity and promotion, not to mention it’s all a tax write off, also yeah he has given back more financially than KRS and Budden combined cause he is taking most of the money in hip-hop, they don’t have it….. also I wasn’t even talking about giving back or trying to uplift people with money I’m was comparing bars, what KRS raps about to what jay-z raps about, again I’m just talking emcee to emcee here I’m not talking about how much money they have or anything else I was strictly talking about why I prefer KRS to Jay-Z and that opinion is mine to have regardless of whatever bullshit you wanna throw at me ….

    ^again i aint telling who to prefer. I’m saying you argument is full of shit. stop perpetrating lies. you dismiss what jay has done as publicity. but what has joe budden or krs done publicity or not? and does it compare to what jay has done?
    has krs been to africa? has joe done anything for new jersey? you are a fuckin hypocrite. i love krs and like i said he was central to my development but you drag jay into the argument and its a lie, simply.

    … Iceberg asked me if I would put KRS ahead of Jay-Z for GOAT, how is that me trying to drag jay into the argument? Again my point is only about the music you dragged Budden into this conversation I was comparing why I think KRS is a better overall emcee than Jay, so my comparisons are about the music nothing else, end of story stop trying to bring shit outside of music into a debate about music ….

  5. KingPoetic Says:

    Y’all should put up that freeway ricky ross interview

  6. son of ether Says:

    To say “you’re not black” cause you did’nt grow up in America is a false statement in itself and can not be argued upon…heriditarily all blacks are connected.

    Now “people” may not “refer” to you as black..but people can be idiots most of the times.

  7. BARPAN Says:

    *sees black talk*
    *quotes African Queen*
    “U-N-I-T-YYYYYY”..

  8. Big Homie Says:

    realtalkny.uproxx.com/2009/10/topic/topic/vixens/pictures-of-suleika-in-show-magazine/

    JESUS CHRIST SHE IS BAD (safe for work)

  9. Detroit P Says:

    I bet that Italian American had some form of his culture handed down to him, I bet he had a great grandma that can remember being a little girl in Italy before coming to America, I bet he can trace his bloodline back to Italy without science…..Go ask any random black person what tribe, region, country they come from in Africa…..Black people’s heritage is unique in this country in the fact that it was ripped to shreds mixed around and hidden for hundreds of years so that it couldnt be passed down.

  10. RIGZ Says:

    Africans have a totally different culture heritage than black people….black people are the descendants of american slaves whose african heritage was erased thru the process of slavery

    ^^^

    How I come back to see this???? WTF???

    On some real shit, I might just stop fucking with the comment section after today

    *straightest face ever*

  11. KingPoetic Says:

    Should put up that rick ross interview

  12. plug Says:

    yo. vote for yung good. it literally takes 6 seconds top. just click his face and your done

    talkofdetroit.com/main.php

  13. 456 Says:

    I was comparing why I think KRS is a better overall emcee than Jay, so my comparisons are about the music nothing else, end of story stop trying to bring shit outside of music into a debate about music ….

    ^just stop lying, your hypocrisy is irritating

  14. RIGZ Says:

    Anyone that cosigned that is stupid, straight up. Like REALLYYYYYYY stupid. Shouldnt be allowed to have kids kinda stupid.

  15. KzA Says:

    Fact: There are no slave owners in my family tree.

    We can be friends now, right? right?

  16. Remixznflow Says:

    @Big Homie

    Me and my coworkers thank you x10

  17. TheCo!!inB Says:

    The Wonder Years > Boy Meets World

  18. cOLD Says:

    Detroit P Says:

    October 20th, 2009 at 3:21 pm
    I bet that Italian American had some form of his culture handed down to him, I bet he had a great grandma that can remember being a little girl in Italy before coming to America, I bet he can trace his bloodline back to Italy without science…..Go ask any random black person what tribe, region, country they come from in Africa…..Black people’s heritage is unique in this country in the fact that it was ripped to shreds mixed around and hidden for hundreds of years so that it couldnt be passed down.

    ^ he raises a good point el feces

  19. cOLD Says:

    KzA Says:

    October 20th, 2009 at 3:23 pm
    Fact: There are no slave owners in my family tree.

    We can be friends now, right? right?

    ^ I like how you are making a mockery out of slavery, keep it up b.

  20. Detroit P Says:

    If you’re arguing that because we came from Africa at one point we’re African then cool…but by that token, everybody is African(even the white man)…Everybody is a descendant of Africa no matter their cultural heritage…but thats not what i’m talking about

  21. Big Homie Says:

    Me and my coworkers thank you x10

    ^ No problem. I would wear her panties over my face just so I can smell them all day.

  22. RIGZ Says:

    Black people’s heritage is unique in this country

    ^^^

    SMH. Every country has their own unique racial history & experience. Whats that got to do with the price of fish?

  23. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    _________________________________________WOOOOOOOOOO!

  24. 456 Says:

    I bet that Italian American had some form of his culture handed down to him, I bet he had a great grandma that can remember being a little girl in Italy before coming to America, I bet he can trace his bloodline back to Italy without science…..Go ask any random black person what tribe, region, country they come from in Africa…..Black people’s heritage is unique in this country in the fact that it was ripped to shreds mixed around and hidden for hundreds of years so that it couldnt be passed down.

    ^where do you think james brown’s drums come from? where do slave songs come from? where do slave dances come from? where does the act of rapping comes from? where does capoeira come from? did the slaves all collectively get amnesia? or did they teach their children what they remember of their culture? you got all wrong bredren…

  25. KzA Says:

    KzA Says:

    October 20th, 2009 at 3:23 pm
    Fact: There are no slave owners in my family tree.

    We can be friends now, right? right?

    ^ I like how you are making a mockery out of slavery, keep it up b.

    ^
    Never that…

    Think its worthwhile to point out that only a very small percentage of american whites had anything at all to do with slavery. The large majority came here as dirt poor immigrants (c) my ancestors

  26. RIGZ Says:

    he raises a good point el feces

    ^^

    No he doesnt. Stop encouraging him cOLD lol

  27. cOLD Says:

    I think Detroit is trying to make the point that our heritage is lost
    el is making the point that heritage cant be lost because its something that is inherited.

    but how do you identify with said heritage if there are gaps, holes, mistruths etc.

  28. Remixznflow Says:

    Never that…

    Think its worthwhile to point out that only a very small percentage of american whites had anything at all to do with slavery. The large majority came here as dirt poor immigrants (c) my ancestors

    ^
    this might be true.. but it never stopped you from calling us coons, nigger etc….

  29. cOLD Says:

    where do you think james brown’s drums come from? where do slave songs come from? where do slave dances come from? where does the act of rapping comes from? where does capoeira come from? did the slaves all collectively get amnesia? or did they teach their children what they remember of their culture? you got all wrong bredren…

    ^ a lot fell through the gaps 456 and you know this.

  30. Camelot Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    October 20th, 2009 at 3:24 pm

    Detroit P Says:

    October 20th, 2009 at 3:21 pm
    I bet that Italian American had some form of his culture handed down to him, I bet he had a great grandma that can remember being a little girl in Italy before coming to America, I bet he can trace his bloodline back to Italy without science…..Go ask any random black person what tribe, region, country they come from in Africa…..Black people’s heritage is unique in this country in the fact that it was ripped to shreds mixed around and hidden for hundreds of years so that it couldnt be passed down.

    ^ he raises a good point el feces

    Some niggas (i will now increase my use of the word 10 fold after this fuckery, no more ninja bull) families take them to trips to Jamaica or France or some shit.

    My moms took me and my sister to both Gambia, Freetown, and the Bo islands, and I seen the houses my mom and did lived in.

    And when I came back to VA I still was under the same rules and culture norms as the previous nigga. How I or anyone else was raised in our houses nonwithstanding, how are OUR culture truly so separate?

  31. RIGZ Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    October 20th, 2009 at 3:27 pm

    I think Detroit is trying to make the point that our heritage is lost
    el is making the point that heritage cant be lost because its something that is inherited.

    but how do you identify with said heritage if there are gaps, holes, mistruths etc.

    ^^^

    Whats that got to do with Africans that follow African culture not being “black” though?

  32. cOLD Says:

    this might be true.. but it never stopped you from calling us coons, nigger etc….

    ^zingggggggg!

  33. plug Says:

    I have to buy that new show magizine. that chick had some bazzoooommms

  34. 456 Says:

    but how do you identify with said heritage if there are gaps, holes, mistruths etc.

    ^ smh. so you just say fuck it we slaves and that’s it?

  35. RIGZ Says:

    people been trying to seperate “Blackness” & “Africaness” since forever. And unu ah let dem dweet

    kmbct

  36. Camelot Says:

    # NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:
    October 20th, 2009 at 3:20 pm

    I’ll just read his travel card, and calling the boy’s name Corleone…
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    ><
    LMAO

    —–

    Godfather Part II, get up on it my nigga [||]

  37. Remixznflow Says:

    im glad we’re on this topic…

    since we are.. does it bother any of you guys when someone will say some shit like,

    “you talk white”

    “you speak so well”

    “you dont talk like a black person”

    these terms never cease to frustrate the living hell outta me… especially when they come from my people…

    discuss

  38. Big Homie Says:

    I feel so left out this conversation. I need more asians to comment on Nah so we can argue about asians and orientals

  39. KzA Says:

    Remixznflow Says:

    October 20th, 2009 at 3:29 pm
    Never that…

    Think its worthwhile to point out that only a very small percentage of american whites had anything at all to do with slavery. The large majority came here as dirt poor immigrants (c) my ancestors

    ^
    this might be true.. but it never stopped you from calling us coons, nigger etc….

    ^
    cant argue with that…but Id rather deal with my ancestors calling names then cracking whips

  40. cOLD Says:

    And when I came back to VA I still was under the same rules and culture norms as the previous nigga. How I or anyone else was raised in our houses nonwithstanding, how are OUR culture truly so separate?

    ^ not many Black Americans encourage their children to trace there roots and embrace their Africanims.

  41. son of ether Says:

    I bet that Italian American had some form of his culture handed down to him, I bet he had a great grandma that can remember being a little girl in Italy before coming to America, I bet he can trace his bloodline back to Italy without science…..Go ask any random black person what tribe, region, country they come from in Africa…..Black people’s heritage is unique in this country in the fact that it was ripped to shreds mixed around and hidden for hundreds of years so that it couldnt be passed down.

    ^^I dont dispute this..my main argument was by saying “you’re not black your African” that u made a false statement since you were comparing a RACE to a NATIONALITY.

    I don’t dispute the fact that our culture has been fucked up..but our heritage..which we inherited thru birth links us forever.

    As a RACE we are linked hereditary
    As a NATIONALITY (black American?) we have nothing in common with Africans.

    THAT was my point.

  42. 456 Says:

    ^ a lot fell through the gaps 456 and you know this.

    ^yeah the meaning behind shit, but the form remained. like i was in the market and met with a woman from the north of ghana. she was rockin a gold tooth. but her tooth signified she had gone to mecca and so she was called haijiya as a sign of respect. in america that gold tooth is still there its just that we dont know why we feel that in our culture. all the whys in black culture can be answered in africa. its stupid to think otherwise.

  43. Big Homie Says:

    Shoutout to all Asians that are lurkin. I see you *squints eyes even more* *sees complete blackness*

  44. RIGZ Says:

    so basically, you’re saying the white man CREATED “black people” through slavery…? before that we were just “africans” right?

    Never mind the fact that “African” is not a race, it is a nationality. So what race were these “Africans” if they wasnt “black”?

  45. Detroit P Says:

    I’m just sayin if you’re a Black American and you think you’re the same culturally as an African then show me your mom who can speak an African language or your Grandma or Great grandma or great great grandma

    If you’re an African and you think you’re culturally the same as a Black American then show me your grandma or greatgrandma who can remember their mother being a slave in America

  46. Big Homie Says:

    Africanims

    ^ *roffles*

  47. Harlem World Says:

    *Is disappointed @ the smart dumb nigga status that has become Nah Right C-Section*

    WSHH Comments > Nah Right Comments

  48. plug Says:

    I feel so left out this conversation. I need more asians to comment on Nah so we can argue about asians and orientals
    ——
    who would be the baddest asian blasian or cau-asian out? I wanna put her in my drawer of manefestation…

  49. RIGZ Says:

    yo Detroit P, you’re fucking stupid. And you can say whatever you like, reply, “ether” me. whatever. I dont care, I probably wont even reply. But I just want you to know you’re fucking stupid. Like seriously, really.

    Safe.

  50. Remixznflow Says:

    correct me if im wrong.. .but isnt africa a….

    contintent?

    im confused…

    ionno… nevermind…

  51. son of ether Says:

    I feel so left out this conversation. I need more asians to comment on Nah so we can argue about asians and orientals

    ^^we have your people to thank for Amtrak.

    Asian slave labor was massive in America also..them chiggas laid mad tracks

  52. Detroit P Says:

    # RIGZ Says:
    October 20th, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    yo Detroit P, you’re fucking stupid. And you can say whatever you like, reply, “ether” me. whatever. I dont care, I probably wont even reply. But I just want you to know you’re fucking stupid. Like seriously, really.

    Safe.
    ^^^
    Ignorance is Bliss for you I see.

  53. Camelot Says:

    # son of ether Says:
    October 20th, 2009 at 3:34 pm
    As a RACE we are linked hereditary
    As a NATIONALITY (black American?) we have nothing in common with Africans.

    THAT was my point.
    ^^^^

    I’m hearing you, no feelings being caught on this side.

    I’m saying tho, I aint never felt like I couldn’t relate to the next black dude just cause his parents ain’t from where mine (keeping in mind my generation gap to Africa is 0, most blacks are at least 2). I ain’t never really been told, “you just wouldn’t understand” when dude is telling me this and that cause my parents got accents (simply put).

  54. cOLD Says:

    456 Says:

    October 20th, 2009 at 3:31 pm
    but how do you identify with said heritage if there are gaps, holes, mistruths etc.

    ^ smh. so you just say fuck it we slaves and that’s it?

    ^ nah non cipher,… but identifying with your heritage should be something thats comes natural… having to do the research is exactly what makes it the relationship between past and present superficial. So one is more disposed to adapting to his natural surroundings, rather than connecting with the past.

  55. Remixznflow Says:

    them chiggas

    *tears*

    *dies*

  56. RIGZ Says:

    nah non cipher,… but identifying with your heritage should be something thats comes natural… having to do the research is exactly what makes it the relationship between past and present superficial. So one is more disposed to adapting to his natural surroundings, rather than connecting with the past.

    ^^^

    Yeah, whats that got to do with Africans not being “black” though?

    Why is “blackness” a title only the American descendants of slaves can wear?

    Thats where this whole discussion started. And no one has manned up to answer that.

  57. Detroit P Says:

    # Camelot Says:
    October 20th, 2009 at 3:41 pm

    # son of ether Says:
    October 20th, 2009 at 3:34 pm
    As a RACE we are linked hereditary
    As a NATIONALITY (black American?) we have nothing in common with Africans.

    THAT was my point.
    ^^^^

    I’m hearing you, no feelings being caught on this side.

    I’m saying tho, I aint never felt like I couldn’t relate to the next black dude just cause his parents ain’t from where mine (keeping in mind my generation gap to Africa is 0, most blacks are at least 2). I ain’t never really been told, “you just wouldn’t understand” when dude is telling me this and that cause my parents got accents (simply put).
    ^^^
    See you’re drawing alot out of this conversation that i wasn’t saying…I didn’t say Africans couldn’t relate or were somehow less or better or whatever…I just said We not the same, there’s a difference between an African and a black American in terms of culture and heritage…but i’m sure you can relate, Africa has its own history of slavery and rape

  58. 456 Says:

    I’m just sayin if you’re a Black American and you think you’re the same culturally as an African then show me your mom who can speak an African language or your Grandma or Great grandma or great great grandma

    If you’re an African and you think you’re culturally the same as a Black American then show me your grandma or greatgrandma who can remember their mother being a slave in America

    ^there are many black people like the geechies and all the west indians that can show a grandmother who can speak africanized french, africanized english, patois etc. but that’s even beside the point. the bigger point is believing that slavery is where black people began. its just a falsehood created by slave owners. If somebody cuts you off from your roots they will all be able to control you.

  59. Detroit P Says:

    Yeah, whats that got to do with Africans not being “black” though?

    Why is “blackness” a title only the American descendants of slaves can wear?

    Thats where this whole discussion started. And no one has manned up to answer that.
    ^^^
    Black is the term picked by Black Americans to identify themselves…but we don’t go around saying black American all the time, just like an Italian American will just call themselves Italian most of the times, This conversation NEVER had anything to do with color of skin….it started cus a African said nigga and was questioned about it and thought that being African equated to being “black enough” as in black American as in freely able to use the word nigga without reprecussion..yea it had a petty start, but still..

  60. Jeffro Says:

    You’re all Americans, Africans are born in Africa…its pretty simple and you show your reverse racism when you ignore this fact. Black people continue to claim heritage to Africa, but are you from there? Were your parents born there? No? Then you’re American.

    I am white, I never owned a slave and I don’t owe anyone anything. We’re all Americans and shouldn’t expect handouts due to issues that our great-great-great grandparents created…they’re dead.

  61. junclassicoooool Says:

    Happy Born Day Fashawn. Copped Boy Meets World at Fat Beats last Thurs.

    Ya flow is crazy and ya imagery and attention to detail gon make you great YG.

    Keep Up The Good Werk.

    One

  62. Curt Mcgirt Says:

    Cuts thru the tension…Fashawn is nice! Yeah… I thought this was about rap (Ahem!) I mean…Hip Hop music. Lighten the fuck up! It’s funny how on these sites that the basis of a post can be about one thing but at some point it becomes something beyond the point of the original. I’m feeling the dialog no doubt but honestly nothing will get done really whilst we are behind a keyboard.

  63. Krisch Says:

    put it out on vinyl and I’ll buy it, same goes for OB4CL2 and Born & Raised

  64. G Says:

    Got some ill beats

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