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Video: Saigon – My Crew (prod. Statik Selektah)

We shot this back in the spring just bugging out one night at the crib, but it never came out. Off All In A Day’s Work, Availabe now on iTunes. Warning Shots 2 is also in stores, and All In Another Day’s Work is coming soon, scheduled to be recorded in 24 hours, live on Showoffhiphop.com!

Previously: Saigon – Blood Night


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63 Responses to “Video: Saigon – My Crew (prod. Statik Selektah)”

  1. Tony Says:

    not wavey.

  2. heavy man Says:

    “…..blah, blah, but it never came out.” nigga your album never came out either. stfu

  3. Tony Says:

    coke wavey season II >

  4. issuten Says:

    The nahright comment section is the rap equivalent of World of Warcraft.

  5. 40 Inc Says:

    just heard nikki minaj new single Twist on MaestroTV. crack

  6. The Killer Says:

    Drake = Jay-z
    Lupe fiasco = nas
    rick ross = notorious big
    Max b = tupac
    Kanye = Michael Jackson

    embrace the new generation, fuck old heads, aye rakim, the exit is ——>

  7. sean coonery Says:

    to get in contact with tony yayo or ar from g-unit records

    send hot beats and songs to hardcoreflava@gmail.com

    only hot shit…heat only

  8. Duro Says:

    Drake = Jay-z
    Lupe fiasco = nas
    rick ross = notorious big
    Max b = tupac
    Kanye = Michael Jackson
    *****
    Where is your brain? did you leave it on the frying pan again?

  9. The Killer Says:

    Yayo = flavor flav

    G unit = public enemy

  10. Digital Scales Says:

    Nice!!

  11. Los Says:

    i34.tinypic.com/6xqc7c.jpg @ The Killer

  12. The Killer Says:

    Max b was on that superstar trajectory, if only he coulda kept his nose clean, we was robbed of at least one classic album, maybe two or three if he stayed focused

  13. Los Says:

    Max b was on that superstar trajectory

    ^ max b lost it. every verse had the same cadence, the same rhyme scheme, the same intonation… my man lost it quickly. under Byrdgang he was iller

  14. Los Says:

    and i was getting tired of that lil twinkle fingers gesture he was getting too used to… was a bit homo

  15. The Killer Says:

    We need to keep his memory alive

  16. The Killer Says:

    Doa. Top five in jail right now, *straight face *

  17. The Killer Says:

    He wasnt no Drake or yeezy……but he was close

  18. Asparaghost Says:

    G unit = public enemy

    ^^

    U had me until that happened..

  19. Plug Says:

    Wit fi?

    Detroit clubs>

  20. mr. vengeance Says:

    shit’s about to get postal if those wale itunes bonus tracks dont come out….im fiending for j.u.s.t.i.c.e. league

  21. moresickaMC Says:

    damn, Miley Cyrus ethered Jay-Z

  22. Digital Scales Says:

    » Info liberates the eskay x Bun B photo taken at Drake’s S.O.B. show

    Shout-out to the Nah Right comments – we have the best comment section on the internet, hands down. Whenever my comments section comes up, all I hear is that, ‘The comments are not about the post, it doesn’t make sense!’ But people gotta understand that it’s a community. A lot of those people you see in the comments have been commenting there since 2005 when I started the site, and we’ve been meeting on Nah Right for the last four years

    *daps*

  23. Digital Scales Says:

    That picture is classic I’m sorry, eskay and bun b?

    *dead*

    Info looking like she bout to eat a dog dick burrito, nice

  24. Digital Scales Says:

    Yeah I’m home on a friday night, fuck you I got shit to do in the morning, Lol

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

    Oh Word?

    LMAO

  26. Plug Says:

    I’m waisted on this bitch!

  27. chris Brown Says:

    >>Max b = tupac

    ^……

  28. Plug Says:

    At the club wit my girl how did this happen

  29. DaRedAlbum Says:

    Saigon needs a bath no homo

  30. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Drake = Jay-z
    Lupe fiasco = nas
    rick ross = notorious big
    Max b = tupac
    Kanye = Michael Jackson

    ^ WTF um no

  31. issueten Says:

    nahright comment section = hip hop’s World of Warcraft.

  32. GLITCH Says:

    GUCCI = BIGGY
    OJ DA JOOMAN = JAY
    WAKA FLOCKA = NASIR JONES
    FRENCHIE = BIG L

  33. HHF Says:

    The shit is decent

  34. Osiris Orion AKA O-2 Says:

    *awakens*

    *daps the mirror*

  35. Plug Says:

    I shoulda stayed in bed. Im bout to blow chunks cube

  36. Plug Says:

    edit- chunks in my cube

  37. hejsa Says:

    Soulja boy = Soulja boy

  38. Smooth Says:

    Goku lost.

    Vegeta > Goku

    Vegeta won.

  39. Smooth Says:

    Vegeta hit super saiyan 4 the exact same moment Goku did. If that aint a win then sheiiiit.

  40. Smooth Says:

    *watches the Majin Buu saga whilst listening to Linkin Park Hybrid Theory in his Bape shoes, Bape shirt, ALL BAPE EVERYTHING*

  41. Smooth Says:

    The black album >>> BP3

    without question..
    but
    BP3>BP2

    and the massacre > bisd.
    the production on the massacre >>
    the singles on the massacre >>
    the massacre had like 4 top 5 singles
    the massacre sold like 1200 billion copies in one week
    the aggresive content on BISD is extremely corny and forced.

  42. Smooth Says:

    eskay reviews kingdom come :
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2006/nov/12/urban.jayz

  43. Osiris Orion AKA O-2 Says:

    LOL @ BP3 > BP2

  44. Smooth Says:

    BP2 was about 25 tracks too long
    BP3 has more stand out tracks
    empire state of mind>>>
    D.O.A>>>
    plus the cultural impact of the BP3 crushes that of BP2…
    obviously Jay’s flow/lyrics on Bp2>Bp3
    but overall…

  45. Smooth Says:

    kanyes work BP3 was dissapointing

    didnt he claim to have made the greatest hiphop beat ever on BP3 in some interview? i remember reading that on nahlight.

  46. Black Favre Says:

    BP3 doesnt have any cultural impact … it just has one song thats getting played to death …

    the Yankees made Empire State Of Mind more famous than JayZ did …

  47. david blackham Says:

    >>plus the cultural impactpromotion of BP3 crushes that of BP2…
    obviously Jay’s flow/lyrics on Bp2>Bp3

    ^^
    co-sign

  48. Black Favre Says:

    these are most of the songs from BluePrint2…

    “Hovi Baby”
    “Bitches & Sisters”
    “Show You How”
    “A Ballad for the Fallen Soldier”
    “Nigga Please”
    “Blueprint²”
    “Some People Hate”
    “Some How Some Way”
    “Meet the Parents”
    “U Don’t Know” (Remix) (Featuring M.O.P.)
    “Fuck All Nite”
    “All Around the World”
    “Excuse Me Miss”
    “’03 Bonnie & Clyde”
    “A Dream”
    “The Watcher 2”
    “Poppin’ Tags”
    “The Bounce”
    “Guns & Roses”
    “As One”
    “2 Many Hoes”
    “What They Gonna Do”

    … there’s not one song on BluePrint 3 that is as good as any of the above songs … not in no way shape or form… the beats were better (just blaze) and JayZ was in his lyrical prime right after Nas smacked fire out of him (Ether) ….

  49. sean coonery Says:

    Light Skint > Dark Skint

    Trey Songz >>>

    Chris Brown >>>

    Elz Santana >>>

    ya already kno

  50. nestle snipes Says:

    dark skint > light skint

    gabrielle union >>>

    kelly rowland >>>

    remy ma, serena williams and all the other female gorilla apes from somalia >>>

  51. Smooth Says:

    good points but – what about answer the call? that concert in itself was bigger than anything BP2 related..
    all of the BP3 singles thus far have been hits, yet none of them contained autotune or synths..all of them had samples…thats pretty rare for hiphop tracks on the charts these days…gotta applaud him for that. plus DOA was pretty much the nail in the coffin for autotune..BP3 definately had more cultural impact than BP2…i mean jay-z was on oprah yo

  52. Smooth Says:

    and the beat on run this town is better than the beats on 75% of those tracks you mentioned

  53. Smooth.aka.Bape.Shoes.Bape.Shirt.All.Bape.Everything Says:

    plus BP3 triggered sigelgate/curtisgate/gamegate

  54. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    John Dillinger, Billy the Kid, Jack the Ripper, The Boston Strangler, Obama, Oprah, Bill Gates, Eminem and the devil known as jay Z have something in common do you know what it is?

  55. Smooth.aka.Bape.Shoes.Bape.Shirt.All.Bape.Everything Says:

    plus….BP3 triggered sigelgate/curtisgate/gamegate

  56. Smooth Says:

    plus……BP3 triggered sigelgate/curtisgate/gamegate

  57. Smooth Says:

    John Dillinger, Billy the Kid, Jack the Ripper, The Boston Strangler, Obama, Oprah, Bill Gates, Eminem and the devil known as jay Z have something in common do you know what it is?

    ^what?

  58. Carlos Voltron AKA Dixie Normous Says:

    Why are niggas arguing about BP2 and BP3 when they know BP1 leaves them both in the dust?

    *Morning Daps to those who deserve it*

  59. Black Favre Says:

    BP2 didnt have as much impact, because Nas had just knocked Jay off his throne for a while with Ether… niggas was too busy laughing at JayZ at that time, to allow him any impact …

  60. G7 Says:

    >>good points but – what about answer the call? that concert in itself was bigger than anything BP2 related..

    ^Land is talking about which album is better and you’re talking bout what concerts were spawned out of an album. smh. Answer the call could have been done when Jay came back with Kingdome Come or any other year after 9/11. He just chose to do it this year.

    >>plus DOA was pretty much the nail in the coffin for autotune.

    ^DOA is maad overrated. Sales of autotune devices went up after DOA dropped. Check the stats. smh. Others were clowning autotune on songs almost a year before Jay was, but when he does it, its a huge deal. Its another classic example of Jay getting credit for something he didn’t start. He deserves props, but dude gets over propped at times.

  61. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    All left handed.

  62. hejsa Says:

    I knew that, because I’m right handed, and I don’t have money.. Shiit, I have to pay my own mom to stay home.

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