Video: Juvenile On The Next Generation of Music

Previously: Juvenile ft. Bobby Valentino – Everything


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4 Responses to “Video: Juvenile On The Next Generation of Music”

  1. chea Says:

    i wish a nicca would

  2. The Shot Clock aka Nahdebayor Says:

    I disagree.

    Fif came in the game with a real creative energy.

    I don’t think he anticipated the backlash he’s feeling.

    And 50’s songs on the Get Rich or Die Trying soundtrack + the best records on Curtis = a great album.

    Niggas forget how much quality music dude has produced. Album worthy shit.

    ^

    FIf has produced some great music. But when i say true artists, i mean cats who can evolve. Fif is a hustler first. What he brought to the table initially was dope and original, but thats all he’s got and what we see now is him tryin hard as hell to put a spin on what is essentially the same shit he brought to us from day one.

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

    FIf has produced some great music. But when i say true artists, i mean cats who can evolve. Fif is a hustler first. What he brought to the table initially was dope and original, but thats all he’s got and what we see now is him tryin hard as hell to put a spin on what is essentially the same shit he brought to us from day one.
    ^^^^^
    THIS

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

    i agree Curtis is a hustler first but isnt he interested in respect for his music…i mean damn stop making excuses and make a dope CD, stop blaming interscope or critics that “dont understand your music because its aggressive” bullshit you didnt invent aggressive content Curt people we making gangster rap music before you and since you pride yourself on not evolving your aggressive content better be damn good

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