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Video: Curtis – Baby By Me (Preview)

Fif said he also had his eyes on Columbian model/actress Sofia Vergara, who was at Los Premios too. “I had some ideas,” 50 said. “Actually, I was talking to Sofia. I presented with her at the actual awards, and her schedule didn’t allow for her [to participate].

Kelly was getting ready to fly back to Miami. I was lucky enough to catch her. I kinda begged my way into her doing it. I didn’t want to do the normal video situation, where you have the vixen or somebody no one knows from anywhere. I think it intensifies the whole song.” –MTV

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21 Responses to “Video: Curtis – Baby By Me (Preview)”

  1. Ghost Writer Says:

    Tell curtis I make beats

  2. TheCo!!inB Says:

    what’s ya email and i’ll send you some wmv. files (yes Joe 88)…..wont be till later when I get home though

  3. Ghost Writer Says:

    Whoever need beats productions345@gmail.com
    holla at me

  4. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    The NBA’s Most Overpaid Players
    Tom Van Riper, 10.23.09, 6:00 AM ET

    During the 1970s, the Rev. Ed Vischer was a prominent high school basketball coach in Long Island, N.Y., leading powerhouse Lutheran High to a string of state and national rankings.

    Among Vischer’s many keen observations: Skills come first; size is overrated. “It’s not how big you are, it’s how good you are,” he would say, simply but assuredly. Apparently, the message still hasn’t reached the personnel folks at the NBA.

    Teams continue to invest big dough in big bodies, often with meager results. For every high draft pick used on a Shaquille O’Neal, there’s another used on an Andrew Bogut. Teams often view many 7-foot types as “projects,” envisioning the future dominance that could flow from so much height and wingspan as the player’s skills improve with coaching. But a lot of these players flop or, at best, become nothing more than decent players for big money.

    In Pictures: The NBA’s Most Overpaid Players

    A comparison of statistics to pay shows that all of the 10 most overpaid players in the NBA play in the front court. Leading the pack is Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum, a first-round pick out of high school four years ago who’s churned out nine points and six rebounds in 21 minutes per game as a pro. Despite putting up meager numbers during his first three seasons, the Lakers, still intrigued with Bynum’s “project” potential, invested four more years and $58 million in him after the 2007-08 season. The project may yet pay off–Bynum improved to 14 points a game last year while averaging the most minutes (29) of his four-year career. But his numbers have a long way to go to catch up to his contract.

    To measure the league’s most overpaid players, we compared major career statistics (primarily minutes played, points and rebounds per game) to players’ current contracts. Since varying contract lengths yield different per-season salary numbers, both total contract value and per-season pay were used in the analysis. Bynum, for example, is measured against other players on the basis of both the $58 million the Lakers invested in him and by the average $14.5 million he rakes in per year.

    Obviously the statistical formula misses some of the subtleties–team play, ball movement, defense–that can sway a player’s value one way or another. But like their counterparts in other sports, basketball players’ pay is primarily driven by the big stats.

    And it’s the big men who collect the most money without putting up the big stats. Bynum is one of six centers on a top 10 list that includes Charlotte’s DeSagana Diop (almost $7 million a year, 15 minutes a game), Dallas’ Erick Dampier (over $10 million annually for eight points and eight rebounds a game) and Chicago’s Jerome James (a part-time player finishing up a three-year, $30 million deal).

    Who’s the most overpaid guard? Keep looking and you’ll eventually find Sacramento’s Beno Udrih at No. 22. He can thank a five-year, $30 million contract (about twice the NBA’s median salary) for eight points and three assists per game for getting him there. But Udrih is a rarity. Because they aren’t big, guards are more likely to be judged by how good they are. As Vischer always said, that’s what matters.

  5. Duro Says:

    Curtis makes some great videos

  6. Ghost Writer Says:

    *jimmy v’s it up*

    Click name for beat I did with Nas (n)….

  7. Ghost Writer Says:

    more work to come

  8. Daily Drug Says:

    ^^Yea..I got 3 “freestyles” ready from the GW tape already..dunno how Im gonna record them yet tho..I dont wanna dl FL..only prgram I got now that can probably do it is Sony Vegas

    ^ let ya boy scribe a verse, just for archival puposes. My rapper window has lapsed, but there is no roof (no nah commentor) for fledging producer


  9. Duro Says:

    and kelly looks better than ever

  10. Duro Says:

    Nas needs to improve his beat selection

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

    TheCo!!inB Says:

    October 26th, 2009 at 5:01 pm
    I almost signed a production deal once to be in house but didn’t because there’s no way i’m going to responsible for creating the sound of a label with major distribution and not own at least 25% of said label. that’s just dumb business. won’t Mannie Fresh me you won’t
    Mannie Fresh got paper …no evidence but shit that “Bling,Bling” “Drop It Like Its Hot” records got a bazillion spins

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

    smh @ me

    it not “drop it like it hot” its “back that ass up” right

  13. verses Says:

    This video accurately conveys the aggressive content that Curtis strives for. The visuals poigantly reflect the harsh realities that we the general public desire.

  14. landLORD Says:

    beats on “Boy Meets World” >>>>

    Exile and Black Milk are by far, the top 2 beatmakers right now

  15. Roof do the Houdini Says:

    GW/cold/highsaigh thomas/nation you need more work. Multiple screennames wont help. Drums and snares are off like a bitch. Sample game is weak. Learn how to accurately chop.

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

    Something Light Vol 1 had some heater …some duds …. but overall it was a nice mixtape…i havent heard anything new since but stop hating

  17. moresickaMC Says:

    Beyonce lost

  18. verses Says:

    My harsh reality (going to work) > Curtis’ harsh reality

  19. verses Says:

    landLORD Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 5:24 pm
    beats on “Boy Meets World” >>>>

    Exile and Black Milk are by far, the top 2 beatmakers right now


    co-sign to the power of 10

    *daps all round*

  20. YBE Says:

    # moresickaMC Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 5:41 pm

    Beyonce lost

    ^^^ 89 million in 1 year… she CANT lose…

    and Beyonce > kelly

  21. YBE Says:

    also……. Sofia Vergara >>>> Kelly

    50 FAIL.

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