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Joell Ortiz – Run This Town Freestyle

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A couple of things: Joell and Rick Gonzalez (pictured above) will be shooting a pilot for a new show early next year.

Although I’m categorically against most rappers acting, I think this is a great look for Joell. I was really impressed how well he did with his small role in Mr. Cordero’s Inside A Change.

Also, Free Agent will not be released through E1/KOCH as previously announced.

That is all.

Joell Ortiz – Run This Town Freestyle


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135 Responses to “Joell Ortiz – Run This Town Freestyle”

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

    I refuse to listen to snippets.

    Unless it’s Jay Electronica, of course lol.

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

    Crooked disappointed me with that Pig Face shit.

    I hope Ortiz does what he’s capable of on Free Agent.

  3. Harlem World Says:

    Playa: Cheers 2 U>>>

    Timbaland made that a classic rnb album. I got many PYT’s open by playing All The Way.

    I just wanna dap dude for all hes done for me.

  4. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    Unless it’s Jay Electronica, of course lol.

    ^

    *doesnt comment*

  5. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    the more BP3 beats on No Ceilings, the better. Wayne is about to remind the world.

  6. Harlem World Says:

    Timbo 1996-2007 was arguably the most innovative producer in the world.

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

    the more BP3 beats on No Ceilings, the better. Wayne is about to remind the world.
    =============================
    “Y’all musta forgot!” (c) Roy Jones Jr.

    Body Head Entertainment is potentially the gayest label name ever.

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

    Ginuwine/Aaliyah/Missy

    All their first Timbaland produced albums are classics.

    I remember this chick I was fucking with in college bumping that One In A Million album before it came out. She was from Detroit and had some connection to Aaliyah’s family.

    That CD blew me away but The Bachelor & Supa Dupa Fly changed the game completely

  9. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    *dead* @ Joell singing at the end.

  10. Camelot Says:

    @Amp

    Man, back in the day it was Timbo vs. Dre convos running wild in VA. When Dr. Doolittle dropped and the OST was poppin, NO ONE was fucking with the baby cries on the “Are You That Somebody” beat. NO. FUCKING. ONE.

    But these days, I swear when I heard those hi-hats on the Drake joint i wanted to just kidnap and starve the dude for fucking up such a dope beat. He really tried everything he could to ruin that shit.

  11. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Yooo

    Exile laceddd Boy Meets World….dope album

  12. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    at the end of the day, Dre > Tim.

    Tim may be more innovative, but Dre’s sound is timeless.

  13. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Ok so i tried to DL this freestyle 5 times but to no avail…zshare is acting up

  14. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    at the end of the day, Dre > Tim.
    ^
    Of course.

  15. Officer Duscrom Says:

    Pharrell>Dre

  16. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Pharrell>Dre
    ^
    Landlord is that you?

  17. Harlem World Says:

    Shit, i forgot how dope Timbo can be.

  18. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    why is Curb Your Enthusiasm all of a sudden the funniest shit ever? I used to hate that show. Is this just a really good season or what?

  19. Harlem World Says:

    at the end of the day, Dre > Tim.

    Tim may be more innovative, but Dre’s sound is timeless

    ^^
    Close call but I agree because I rank G-Funk as one of the greatest inventions along with the wheel and the microchip.

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

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin’ Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 9:29 pm

    I refuse to listen to snippets.

    Unless it’s Jay Electronica, of course lol.
    ^^^^^^^^
    your a patient man….i’m not

  21. Camelot Says:

    # Harlem World Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 9:58 pm

    at the end of the day, Dre > Tim.

    Tim may be more innovative, but Dre’s sound is timeless

    ^^
    Close call but I agree because I rank G-Funk as one of the greatest inventions along with the wheel and the microchip.
    ^^^^

    THIS. But that Ginuwine “What’s So Different” beat was mixed so surgically…

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

    # The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 9:57 pm

    why is Curb Your Enthusiasm all of a sudden the funniest shit ever? I used to hate that show. Is this just a really good season or what?
    ^^^^^^^^^
    word i used to ignore that show but finally gave it a chance….half way through season 6 its f-ing hilarious

  23. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Word, that No Ceilings tape sounds like it’s gonna be a problem…

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

    NO ONE was fucking with the baby cries on the “Are You That Somebody” beat. NO. FUCKING. ONE.
    ================================
    Shit was genius.

    I think when Aaliyah died, Tim kinda lost his muse.

    That’s when he started having up & comers like Danja helping him make beats.

    But Dre is more of a fraud then producer these days. Dude has a team of niggas (ie. Hi-Tek, Nottz, Mr. Porter, Scott Storch, Focus…, etc) who’s beats he tweaks and then slaps his name on it.

    That shits corny.

  25. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    LF: How about that new Jay Elec? Just another day at work for him…

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

    why is Curb Your Enthusiasm all of a sudden the funniest shit ever? I used to hate that show. Is this just a really good season or what?
    ^^^^^^^^^
    word i used to ignore that show but finally gave it a chance….half way through season 6 its f-ing hilarious
    ========================
    It’s always been funny but this season is gonna go down in the books as classic TV. Every episode is hilarious

    I LMAO when Larry saved himself with homegirl’s tummy flab lol.

    And the back & forth between him & Seinfeld is priceless.

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

    Dre been stealing credit for beats since Doggystyle.

    Tim did it for dolo.

  28. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    word i used to ignore that show but finally gave it a chance….half way through season 6 its f-ing hilarious

    ^

    yo, dude peeing and splashing up on jesus’ face and that bitch’s belly fat?!?!?!
    shit is beyond hilarious.

  29. Harlem World Says:

    NO ONE was fucking with the baby cries on the “Are You That Somebody” beat. NO. FUCKING. ONE.

    ^^

    The shifting drums are still being used in popular music today.

  30. Camelot Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin’ Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 10:01 pm

    NO ONE was fucking with the baby cries on the “Are You That Somebody” beat. NO. FUCKING. ONE.
    ================================
    Shit was genius.

    I think when Aaliyah died, Tim kinda lost his muse.

    That’s when he started having up & comers like Danja helping him make beats.

    But Dre is more of a fraud then producer these days. Dude has a team of niggas (ie. Hi-Tek, Nottz, Mr. Porter, Scott Storch, Focus…, etc) who’s beats he tweaks and then slaps his name on it.

    That shits corny

    ^^^^

    Hi-Tek??? I don’t know about that one.

  31. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    It’s always been funny but this season is gonna go down in the books as classic TV. Every episode is hilarious

    ^

    ok. so it is an exceptional season. cos i was thinking, how the fuck can i hate and then all of a sudden love a show?

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

    Hi-Tek??? I don’t know about that one.
    ============================
    You gotta find the Detox article in Scratch Mag. Hi-Tek basically said that he’s part of Dre’s production team.

  33. Camelot Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin’ Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    Dre been stealing credit for beats since Doggystyle.

    Tim did it for dolo.
    ^^^^

    I heard Daz did some beat work on Chronic and the first DPG. I don’t own the second so i can’t check the credits or anything, and I’m too lazy to wiki that shit.

    What I def can speak on is the BS credits he gets on those Em albums. I’m sure that he probably does 80% of one or two beats, but that Relapse album definitely had Mike Elizondo all over it, his methods were just too blatant. I can’t see Dre producing “Same Song and Dance” without throwing the bass over it.

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  35. Harlem World Says:

    Hi-Tek still has the potential to go down as one of the G.O.A.T. He’s just getting started. I loved that organ on Round and Round. Was some beautiful shit. Dre should use Hi-Tek on Detox the same way he used Mel-Man on 2001.

  36. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    Dre been stealing credit for beats since Doggystyle.

    Tim did it for dolo.

    ^

    i hear u. but i dont know man. who knows what the actual process is like? Producing has always been a collaborative effort. i dont think Dre just sits on his throne and listens to other niggas beats all day.

    regardless, the sophistication of his music is mind blowing. its pure quality….i still fucks with that T.I. reference track “This is Detox.”

  37. Harlem World Says:

    Yeah hi-teks been aftermath since the 1st g-unit album. He murked that album right from the intro. The dudes ahead of his time.

  38. D_block_4_life Says:

    Curb is indeed hilarious.

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

    Daz said he basically produced half of Doggystyle.

    And Dre ain’t do shit on Dogg Food but mix it down & say “That’s right” on “Let’s Play House”.

  40. Officer Duscrom Says:

    Sean Kingston “Beautiful Girls”>

  41. Harlem World Says:

    Stu-b-doo
    Sam Sneed
    Daz
    Warren G
    Mark Batson
    Mel-Man
    Mr Porter
    Mike Elizondo
    Scott Storch
    Glove
    Hi-Tek
    Focus
    Nottz

    and lots of other dudes are part of or were part of dre’s production team.

  42. Camelot Says:

    # Harlem World Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 10:13 pm

    Hi-Tek still has the potential to go down as one of the G.O.A.T. He’s just getting started. I loved that organ on Round and Round. Was some beautiful shit. Dre should use Hi-Tek on Detox the same way he used Mel-Man on 2001.
    ^^^^

    Shit, Mel-Men and Storch on 2001 was kind of unfair advantage for 1999 beat wise. Although Trackmasters were holding their own that year esp. with “Hate Me Now”.

  43. Harlem World Says:

    Daz plays piano and keyboards. Dre only learnt how to play in 2004 or something.

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

    Ludacris OGs Theme >>>>

    The nigga Dre has enough music for 3 or 4 Detox’s.

    I can’t wait till he dies so I can actually hear some of his music.

  45. Harlem World Says:

    People used to say Dilla x Hi-Tek were rivals at one point but Dilla defused the whole thing saying, its bullshit and that he was big fan of his.

  46. Harlem World Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin’ Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 10:20 pm

    Ludacris OGs Theme >>>>

    The nigga Dre has enough music for 3 or 4 Detox’s.

    I can’t wait till he dies so I can actually hear some of his music.

    ^^
    Am i sick if i cosign this?

  47. Harlem World Says:

    This comments section got me listening to Hi-teknology again. This dude is far too advanced.

  48. steven biko Says:

    Ortiz is going nuts

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

    So Tired (Ft. Dion, Bun B, Devin The Dude & Pretty Ugly)

    Prolly my favorite Hi-Tek song from one of his albums. The way the guitar fades out atthe end…crazy.

    And that kid Pretty Ugly snapped too.

    Now personally, I don’t give a fuck who forget about me when I’m dead and gone
    Cause most of the people who don’t care won’t even hear this song
    I been a lot of place’s I thought I’d never ever be
    And I seen a lot of things I thought I’d never ever see
    My momma told me that these streets gonna be the death of me
    I’ve been in situations from murder’s to the burglaries
    I’m a pretty dude, why ugly dudes always be testin me
    I’m a skinny dude, why big dudes always be testin me
    I make it happen real fast, unexpectedly
    My hood shootouts be exactly like the Westerns be
    I tell a judge and jury I was just defendin’ me
    And intimidation is no relation, only kin to me
    I usually ride by myself, there’s never men with me
    I’m a grown man, I don’t need no men to sin for me
    Cause it ain’t no vest on me, don’t think you got the best of me
    That ain’t the way I’m supposed to die, that ain’t my destiny

  50. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    Lobster & Scrimp = GOAT Tim/Hov collabos

    ^^

    We agree on a few things, but I can’t co-sign this on the strength of Big Pimpin, Snoopy Track, Nigga What, Is That Yo Chick…

    This comments section got me listening to Hi-teknology again. This dude is far too advanced.

    ^^

    Get thee to ‘My Piano’ f/ Ghost and Rae ASAP.

  51. Camelot Says:

    # Harlem World Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 10:24 pm

    This comments section got me listening to Hi-teknology again. This dude is far too advanced.
    ^^^^

    Damn, just realized I only have Reflection Eternal and a few G-unit joints from Tek.

    Even though that “G-Unit” track from Beg For Mercy was crazy. Horns were gully.

  52. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Dre = Microsoft
    Timb= Apple

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

    We agree on a few things, but I can’t co-sign this on the strength of Big Pimpin, Snoopy Track, Nigga What, Is That Yo Chick
    =====================================
    Tim actually rhymes on Lobster & Scrimp which makes it a true collab.

    Greatest beat Tim gave Hov?

    I’m partial to Hey Papi, but it’s between “Is That Yo’ Chick” & “Dirt Off Your Shoulders”

  54. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    why is Curb Your Enthusiasm all of a sudden the funniest shit ever? I used to hate that show. Is this just a really good season or what?

    ^^

    I watched the first episode with an open mind – the shit with the exacto knife and getting head in the car is my favourite episode ever.

    Larry seems like even more of a prick now that Jerry is involved…

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

    The Game feat Yayo – Runnin >>>>>>

  56. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    I still think Hov’s next move should be to get in the studio with Pharell and make an entire album. Those two have made nothing but classics.

  57. Camelot Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin’ Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 10:34 pm

    Greatest beat Tim gave Hov?

    I’m partial to Hey Papi, but it’s between “Is That Yo’ Chick” & “Dirt Off Your Shoulders”
    ^^^^

    “Hey Papi” by far. Nigga what, Nigga who is a close second.

  58. Harlem World Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin’ Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    The Game feat Yayo – Runnin >>>>>>

    ^^
    How the fuck did i forget this. Like I said before, I think hes just gettin warmed up. Detox will be where he enters the producer hall of fame, if hes not already in it.

  59. Boos Bigelow Says:

    jay’s best rhymes on a timb track was hola hovito

  60. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    “Hey Papi” by far. Nigga what, Nigga who is a close second.

    ^^

    The Nutty Professor soundtracks were mean. The first one has a killer beat by Devante Swing on it that sounds a lot like Tim’s work…

  61. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    Nigga what, Nigga who

    ^

    this is prolly number 1. with Dirt off you shoulder second.

  62. Harlem World Says:

    Organs on Runnin >> Organs on Round and Round

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

    Hey Papi (Video Version) >>> Hey Papi on the Nutty Professor 2 Soundtrack.

    Plus, people act like they don’t even remember that song, so I chose the more popular Timbo/Jay collabs.

    And Jay had Pamela Anderson in a video before Ye, back when she was still in her prime & before the Hep C lol.

  64. Harlem World Says:

    Big Pimpin
    Nigga What
    Hey Papi

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

    The first one has a killer beat by Devante Swing on it that sounds a lot like Tim’s work…

    That’s because it was Tim’s work.

    Let Me Love You Down by The Basement was prolly my introduction to Timbaland, even though I didn’t know it then.

  66. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    *dies at the memory of Dame twisted on the set of Hey Papi*

    *dances with two bottles of Armadale*

    *does dice roll dance*

    *rolls on red carpet*

  67. Harlem World Says:

    Yo, you nahggers seen that scene in fade to black where he plays jay 3 of his best beats. Jay passes on this fuckin DOPE beat with flutes n shit in. I wish he’d have copped that and Dirt Off Your Shoulder. I could see jay makin the ugly genius face to it.

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

    Organs on Runnin >>

    And that kid Dion singing on the hook and in the background is just as integral to the track as the beat itself.

    Dude’s vocals are haunting.

  69. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    And Jay had Pamela Anderson in a video before Ye, back when she was still in her prime & before the Hep C lol.

    ^

    yeah but Ye also had my wifey Nia in the vid. which is alwasy a win.

    Nia, when i see her, i’m a long her

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

    Yo, you nahggers seen that scene in fade to black where he plays jay 3 of his best beats. Jay passes on this fuckin DOPE beat with flutes n shit in. I wish he’d have copped that and Dirt Off Your Shoulder.
    ========================================
    Tim ended up giving that track to Brandy for her Afrodisiac album.

    Hov lost on that one.

  71. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    Yo, you nahggers seen that scene in fade to black where he plays jay 3 of his best beats. Jay passes on this fuckin DOPE beat with flutes n shit in. I wish he’d have copped that and Dirt Off Your Shoulder. I could see jay makin the ugly genius face to it.

    ^^

    youtube.com/watch?v=owcsYJpm_JM

  72. Carlos Voltron AKA Dixie Normous Says:

    Zshare does not care about blog niggas. That is all.

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

    yeah but Ye also had my wifey Nia in the vid. which is alwasy a win.
    ===================================
    Boyz In The Hood/Soul Food Nia Long >>> Are We There Yet Nia Long

    I’d still give both versions a stern dick lashing.

  74. Harlem World Says:

    Tim ended up giving that track to Brandy for her Afrodisiac album.

    Hov lost on that one.

    ^^
    Damn. What’s it called?

  75. » Joell Ortiz – Run This Town Freestyle Says:

    […] Damn another crazy freestlye from Joell. This dude is going crazy lately ripping everything apart. He ahs defintely grown since he became a member of Slaughterhouse as you can tell from these last few freestyles. There should be another freestyle coming soon and it’s over a Clipse beat, I’m guessing the new Popeye track or maybe I’m Good? Well time will tell can’t wait to hear it. Props to Eskay. […]

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

    youtube.com/watch?v=owcsYJpm_JM
    =========================
    You see Danja in the background actually working lol.

  77. Harlem World Says:

    Neptunes x Justin Timberlake >> Timbo x Justin Timberlake

  78. Ricky Retardo Says:

    the spanish Teddy Ruxpin is going in!! whose better Weezy’s or Joell’s?

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

    Tim ended up giving that track to Brandy for her Afrodisiac album.

    Hov lost on that one.

    ^^
    Damn. What’s it called?
    ——————————-

    Come As You Are
    ================

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHB6aJmEJJA

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

    Tim ended up giving that track to Brandy for her Afrodisiac album.

    Hov lost on that one.

    ^^
    Damn. What’s it called?
    ——————————-

    Come As You Are
    ================

    youtube.com/watch?v=VHB6aJmEJJA

  81. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    “Promiscuous Girl” is one of Tim’s best beats…

  82. Ricky Retardo Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 9:36 pm
    Timbo 1996-2007 was arguably the most innovative producer in the world.

    ^^^^^
    co sign

    Swizz in at a close 2nd

  83. Ricky Retardo Says:

    Tim ended up giving that track to Brandy for her Afrodisiac album.

    Hov lost on that one.

    ^^
    Damn. What’s it called?
    ——————————-

    Come As You Are
    ================

    youtube.com/watch?v=VHB6aJmEJJA

    Jay passed on Make me better as well

  84. Harlem World Says:

    It was dope how he flipped the bewitched theme on his 1st album.

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

    Neptunes x Justin Timberlake >> Timbo x Justin Timberlake
    =========================================
    Nah, The Neptunes coulda given those beats to anyone.

    Tim x Justin was a real collaboration.

    Cry Me A River >>>>>>>>>

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

    Tim flipped It’s Hot off of Vol. 3 for this jawn…

    youtube.com/watch?v=du56TrqSZ20

  87. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    It should be noted that although Young studies piano and musical theory, he is not necessarily an instrumentalist himself. As he joked to Time magazine in 2001, “I bought a trumpet a couple of years ago, and everybody started hiding from me” [13]. In the same article, Time described a recording process in which Dr. Dre operates is more as a conductor than a musician himself-

    Every Dre track begins the same way, with Dre behind a drum machine in a room full of trusted musicians. (They carry beepers. When he wants to work, they work.) He’ll program a beat, then ask the musicians to play along; when Dre hears something he likes, he isolates the player and tells him how to refine the sound. “My greatest talent,” Dre says, “is knowing exactly what I want to hear.” [14]

  88. Ricky Retardo Says:

    Neptunes x Justin Timberlake

    Michael Jackson throw aways

  89. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    Although Snoop Dogg retains working relationships with Warren G and Daz, who are alleged to be uncredited contributors on the hit albums The Chronic and Doggystyle, he states that Dr. Dre is capable of making beats without the help of collaborators, and makes it clear where the credit for the success of his albums is due-

    Beatmakers make beats. A lot of niggas make beats. [Dre] produces tracks. So that ain’t disrespect what I’m saying. I’m just telling you what’s real. I seen him make tracks from scratch. My whole record the nigga made damn near everything from scratch. [For the song] “Ain’t No Fun”, Daz and Warren G brought him the little [sings melody], that’s all they had! Dre took that muthaf***a to the next level! Warren G brought in the [sample of] Donny Hathaway [singing], “Little Ghetto Boy, laying in the ghetto streets”. Dr. Dre flipped it like “Hold on, gimme that!” Took that muthaf***a and made it straight hit!… They made beats, Dre produced that record. Point blank, and I’d say it in they face…I can make a beat, but I can’t produce! I can make a beat, but can I tell a nigga what to rap about, can I tell him when to come with the hook? Can you break the beat down? That’s what producing is.

  90. Harlem World Says:

    I was 99% sure i wasn’t gonna listen to a justin timberlake track until I heard like i love you. I couldn’t deny that shit. Those beats where supposed to on Michael Jacksons album but Michaels manager fucked up. Il find the interview if i can.

    youtube.com/watch?v=28QA7idaLzg

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

    Then I can produce too.

    And by this logic, Puff is one of the illest producers out.

  92. PW Says:

    Cry Me A River
    ^

    The slowed down vocal sample behind that shit is amazing.

  93. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    Harlem World Says:

    October 26th, 2009 at 10:46 pm
    Yo, you nahggers seen that scene in fade to black where he plays jay 3 of his best beats. Jay passes on this fuckin DOPE beat with flutes n shit in. I wish he’d have copped that and Dirt Off Your Shoulder. I could see jay makin the ugly genius face to it.
    =====================================
    Wonder how that Robin Thicke with Jay sounds? That face he made makes it look like that track is gonna be fire

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

    I’m Lovin It is a great track that Usher would’ve killed.

    Sold alot of Big mac’s too.

  95. Harlem World Says:

    Listen to Warren G’ s runnin with no breaks

    then listen to this. youtube.com/watch?v=57wj6Rr_BVE

    You will see the input dre has on a track.Huge difference. They used to trade samples all the time.

  96. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    And by this logic, Puff is one of the illest producers out.

    ^

    he was.

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

    Dance With Me is prolly the best Justin x Neptunes song.

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

    And by this logic, Puff is one of the illest producers out.

    ^

    he was.
    ====================
    That’s called orchestrating not producing. Having vision is great but it’s not enough. One should have some kinda technical skill.

    Puff couldn’t make a beat by himself if his life depended on it.

    JD > Puff

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

    And no one’s discounting Dre’s talent, but adding on to what somebody else did and then taking the lion’s share of the credit is wack.

  100. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Also, Free Agent will not be released through E1/KOCH as previously announced.

    ^ I’ll be looking forward to this, The Brick was a solid LP

  101. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    And no one’s discounting Dre’s talent, but adding on to what somebody else did and then taking the lion’s share of the credit is wack.

    ^

    giving credit where credit is due is a fair issue. but to say Dre just adds on to other niggas shit is a stretch.

    every great producer has his underlings. i think cats like to go at him cos he’s made classic records for so long.

  102. ave Says:

    yo joel ripped dis shit

  103. Premier Says:

    The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 10:56 pm

    “Promiscuous Girl” is one of Tim’s best beats…

    ^^^^

    i thought Give It To Me(nh) was better imo

  104. Harlem World Says:

    The godzilla sample on whats the difference >>>

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

    i thought Give It To Me(nh) was better imo
    ===============================
    i was just about to say this.

    And Dre only recently admitted to even using “underlings” and that was only after so many members of his camp started to call him out for it. At least Tim helped Danja create a career of his own.

    You remember Sam Sneed?

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

    What Goes Around Comes around >>>

  107. Harlem World Says:

    *Whats so different

  108. Harlem World Says:

    Sam Sneed was a genius. That dude took g-funk to a whole new level. I would love to hear this unreleased deathrow shit. It kills me that they have all this music locked away.

  109. jtfl Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin’ Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 11:14 pm

    And no one’s discounting Dre’s talent, but adding on to what somebody else did and then taking the lion’s share of the credit is wack.
    ===========
    using your logic, quincy jones did not produce thriller.

  110. Harlem World Says:

    Lady Heroin >>>>

    I still blast that shit every summer.

  111. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    What Goes Around Comes around >>>

    ^

    Future Sex Love Sounds is one of the best albums of the decade. period.

  112. jfoxgotraps Says:

    Here’s the tracklisting for 50 Cent’s upcoming album, Before I Self Destruct.

    Tracklist
    1. The Invitation
    2. Then Days Went By
    3. Death To My Enemies
    4. So Disrespectful
    5. Psycho (feat. Eminem)
    6. Hold Me Down
    7. Crime Wave
    8. Stretch
    9. Strong Enough
    10. Get It Hot
    11. Gangsta’s Delight
    12. I Got Swag
    13. Baby By Me (feat. Ne-Yo)
    14. Do You Think About Me
    15. Ok, You’re Right
    16. Could’ve Been You

    Bonus Tracks
    17. Flight 187
    18. Baby By Me
    19. Man’s World

  113. Harlem World Says:

    Im gonna blow some kush to Sam Sneed: Blueberries right now. Peace nahggers. Im gone.

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

    Q has technical training. He was an accomplished jazz musician and musical conductor way before he produced an album.

  115. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    50 ceng

  116. Rockabye Says:

    DEAD at “YAAA-OA-OA-OA-OA-AAA-WA-YAA-OAAWW-A-WA!”

  117. Premier Says:

    What Goes Around Comes around >>>
    ^^^^^
    Timbo did that song justice. Especially towards the end when he switched up the beat

  118. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    I hate when i open a can of coke and after the third sip i don’t want it anymore…wtf B… nh

  119. Kid Icarus Says:

    This shit greater than waynes shit 10 fold

  120. Premier Says:

    Fuck zshare

  121. Camelot Says:

    # Harlem World Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 11:24 pm

    The godzilla sample on whats the difference >>>
    ^^^^

    idk man.

    I’m really tempted to say that the baby cries on Aaliyah’s “Are You That Somebody” were iller than the godzilla effects on “What’s The Difference”

  122. Camelot Says:

    # Premier Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 11:48 pm

    What Goes Around Comes around >>>
    ^^^^^
    Timbo did that song justice. Especially towards the end when he switched up the beat

    ^^^

    I got the full mastered instrumental, joint is over 7 minutes long. The muffled chorus underneath the drums are too dope.

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

    I got the full mastered instrumental, joint is over 7 minutes long. The muffled chorus underneath the drums are too dope.
    ======================================
    zshare that.

  124. Rockabye Says:

    Are we still talking producers? Doesn’t Ye do 95% of his own ish?

  125. Premier Says:

    I got the full mastered instrumental, joint is over 7 minutes long. The muffled chorus underneath the drums are too dope.
    ======================================
    zshare that.
    ^^
    usershare

  126. Rockabye Says:

    zshare that.

    AND

    This shit greater than waynes shit 10 fold

    ^

    I’m cosigning. But Wayne doing his is proving he still can; Joell’s just doing the same ripping he’s been doing.

  127. Rockabye Says:

    The strafing-jet synths in Southern Hospitality are still whoa.

  128. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    Are we still talking producers? Doesn’t Ye do 95% of his own ish?

    ^

    lol. Ye is in a class all his own

  129. Rockabye Says:

    Ye is in a class all his own

    ^

    Ye did:

    Get By
    Stand Up
    This Can’t Be Life
    Guess Who’s Back
    Izzo
    Heart of the City
    Encore
    Lucifer
    You Don’t Know My Name (great, great song)
    Overnight Celebrity
    This Way
    Selfish
    Used to Love U
    Dreams
    Almost the entirety of Be
    Brand New
    The Cool (the song; still makes me spaz)
    Grammy Family (so he gets half credit for Jay dismantling it)
    The Game (off Finding Forever)
    Let The Beat Build
    S.L.U.
    Brooklyn (We Go Hard)
    Run This Town
    A Star is Born
    Young Forever
    Sky Might Fall
    Make Her Say

    …and that’s other people’s album. (“…saving all the good beats for hisself.”)

  130. rob22 Says:

    RZA>>>>>

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