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Video: Rakim Live @ B.B. King’s 11/19

Above, Technician the DJ does his thing and then Ra jumps on the turntables himself.

More performance footage after the jump.


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169 Responses to “Video: Rakim Live @ B.B. King’s 11/19”

  1. Al Poelvordino Says:

    THE SEVENTH SEAL
    THE 18TH LETTER
    THE MASTER
    THE R
    RA
    !

  2. prelude81 Says:

    Damn!! Ra on the ones and twos. Look like he havin’ fun. PEACE

  3. G7 Says:

    show looks dope! Seventh Seal….not so much

  4. Rakim's BB Kings Performance [Video] | YOURAUDIOFIX.COM - YOUR DAILY FIX OF URBAN ENTERTAINMENT Says:

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  5. Super Bad Bitches Givin' Me McLovin' Says:

    I ain’t talkin’ about the Sun God, when I say that Ra is on fire.

  6. Super Bad Bitches Givin' Me McLovin' Says:

    I ain’t talkin’ about the Sun God, when I say that Ra is on fire.

  7. AmpMobile Says:

    There’s no retirement plan for a rapper, b.

  8. Al Poelvordino Says:

    eric b & rakim’s legend
    master, 18th letter, seventh seal
    no more album, just guest and unreleased joints !

  9. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    Its kinda incredible Rakim is only a year older than Jay but seems sooooo much more old school… but yeah I think id rather just bump Paid In Fulll again then listen to some new Rakim…

  10. k1ng Says:

    rakim on dre beats >>>> _______ on dre beats.

  11. HAHAHAHAHA Says:

    where would 95% of you hiphop blogs be without “curtis” posts?

  12. Charles Oakley Says:

    Mos Def ft. Pharoahe Monch – Oh No
    usershare.net/zrc0b82zhjyl

    rawkus used to have classic music

  13. Charles Oakley Says:

    Mobb Deep ft. Nas & Raekwon – Eye for an Eye
    usershare.net/prtbjwnuxjv7

  14. G7 Says:

    Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 11:19 am
    Its kinda incredible Rakim is only a year older than Jay but seems sooooo much more old school…

    ^things would probably be a lot different for Jay if his career would have taken off in the 80’s.

  15. Al Poelvordino Says:

    k1ng Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 12:01 pm
    rakim on dre beats >>>> _______ on dre beats.

    RAKIM’s OH MY GOD (unreleased)
    RAEKWON’s OB4CL2 (dr dre/rza) (even if the official album iz a classic)
    JOELL ORTIZ’s THE BRICK (On aftermath)

    ^damnnnnn

    if someone can create that rakim’s album with those unreleased tracks produced by dr dre.. thx in ad!

  16. Al Poelvordino Says:

    G7 Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 12:51 pm
    Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 11:19 am
    Its kinda incredible Rakim is only a year older than Jay but seems sooooo much more old school…

    ^things would probably be a lot different for Jay if his career would have taken off in the 80’s.

    ^of course. and people don’t understand that !
    rakim is still lyrically relevant cuz it’s the master
    but in term of commercial appeal and business entreprenorial mastermind
    he doesnt have the technique. he doesnt sweat the technik

    jayz’s carreer’s beggining was the perfect time for him. 90’s ERA was the most prolific… for the hiphop. 80’s was just old school classicism, not a real lucrative market like now. now even ace hood gets some money
    without commercial success, back then if you wasnt good, u was done!
    and plus without rakim’s flow, ain’t no jigga man probably btw

  17. k1ng Says:

    I’m taking this music course online for my college as an elective and one of my assignment Q’s is

    Name the break-through song that propelled rap music onto a wider (international) scene. What do you think was the message of the song (cite lyrics to support your claims)?

    and i think the answer is The song “Rappers Delight” by Sugar Hill Gang propelled rap music onto a wider international scene.

    anyone else have any opinion?

  18. Black Brokaw Says:

    I’m taking this music course online for my college as an elective and one of my assignment Q’s is

    Name the break-through song that propelled rap music onto a wider (international) scene. What do you think was the message of the song (cite lyrics to support your claims)?

    and i think the answer is The song “Rappers Delight” by Sugar Hill Gang propelled rap music onto a wider international scene.

    anyone else have any opinion?
    *****
    Ether-Nas

  19. k1ng Says:

    Ether-Nas

    ^^
    negro it’s for educational purpose.

  20. Peklo Says:

    anyone else have any opinion?

    >>>that’s a good start. something else to consider is “walk this way” by run dmc and aerosmith. that really helped solidify the genre as art to those on the outside looking in

  21. Krieke Says:

    I would say gangsta’s paradise by coolio

  22. PHENOMENON Says:

    # k1ng Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 1:04 pm

    I’m taking this music course online for my college as an elective and one of my assignment Q’s is

    Name the break-through song that propelled rap music onto a wider (international) scene. What do you think was the message of the song (cite lyrics to support your claims)?

    and i think the answer is The song “Rappers Delight” by Sugar Hill Gang propelled rap music onto a wider international scene.

    anyone else have any opinion?

    ^ ^
    YouTube.com/watch?v=EwTZ2xpQwpA [An All-Time Classic]

  23. GRAVITY Says:

    Mos Def ft. Pharoahe Monch – Oh No

    ^

    One of the Goatest HipHop duets

  24. Marv Albert Says:

    YESSSSS!!!!!!!

  25. GRAVITY Says:

    anyone else have any opinion?

    ^

    Snoop 1st LP- – Doggystyle, that shit was a major hihop breakthrough IMO.

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

    dip diver,civilize the 85er i’ll make the devil hit his knees and say “our father”

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

    anyone else have any opinion?
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    NWA – Straight Outta Compton

    Nas – Illmatic

    Eminem – Marshall Mathers LP ( he drew alot more White HipHop listeners and International fans who knew zero amount of English)

  28. landlord Says:

    Name the break-through song that propelled rap music onto a wider (international) scene.
    ^^
    —————–

    definitely “Rappers Delight” (sugarhill gang) in 1979… even though King Tim the 3rd came out first… King Tim III was a funk song by the Fatback Band that had a rap verse over the instrumental break … but Rappers Delight was the 1st national rap record by rappers exclusively …

    then “The Message” by grandmasterflash and the furious 5, took it to a whole nother level …

  29. Al Poelvordino Says:

    Rapper’s Delight by SugarHill Gang 79’s
    ( transition from 79 to 80, funk to rap ) then

    MAJOR SHIT FROM THE 80’s
    rakim, krs, kane and kool g rap
    ( transition from old school hiphop golden era to rap golden era )
    …fluidity
    biggie tupac master p dr dre
    What’s My Name – Snoop Dogg 90’s
    nas jay big l and big pun etc
    fluidity…
    Eminem Slim Shady – My Name Is
    ( transition from 99′ to 00’s, golden era to mainstream era)
    In Da Club’s Fiddy Cent 00’s

    NOW, Who’s next on the 10’s ?
    from commercial era to mainstream ringtone single era …

  30. D. Billz Says:

    # Krieke Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 1:33 pm

    I would say gangsta’s paradise by coolio

    ^ *parachutes into a volcano*

  31. landlord Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 3:04 pm
    # Krieke Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 1:33 pm

    I would say gangsta’s paradise by coolio

    ^ *parachutes into a volcano*

    ———

    *daps dbillz*

    word… he might as well have said “Funky Cold Medina” by Tone Loc …

    SMH… Coolio … SMH

  32. D. Billz Says:

    *dapz landLORD*

    Word. Niggas have been going for the gusto lately. I was lurking in the other thread last night and the stans were having a field day with Curt’s projected album sales.

    And for the record…

    “Funky Cold Medina” > “Gangsta’s Paradise”

    That singer LV’s morbidly obese frame, gargoyle aesthetics, and profuse sweating made that video painful to watch.

  33. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Name the break-through song that propelled rap music onto a wider (international) scene

    ^
    Rapture by Blondie

  34. landlord Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 3:14 pm
    *dapz landLORD*

    Word. Niggas have been going for the gusto lately. I was lurking in the other thread last night and the stans were having a field day with Curt’s projected album sales.

    ———–

    word… i scaled back on the comments cause i dont even hardly recognize niggas no more… its either JayZ this, camel that or Curtis this, monkey that… groupies and shit … and Mr.Iceberg “Gloria” Slim has turned this site into thisiscamel.com… LOL @ niggas that download all their music arguing over record sales …

  35. landlord Says:

    Rapture by Blondie

    ————

    LOL…

    no

  36. landlord Says:

    “Rapture” really wasnt even a rap record… it was a new wave song that had some rapping on it …

  37. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    LOL…

    no

    ^
    I’m sayin….noone in the world knew what rap was until she spit those bars. she was already a musical sensation and when she rapped those lines mahfukas was like ‘what the fuk is that?’

  38. landlord Says:

    Name the break-through song that propelled rap music onto a wider (international) scene

    —————–

    “The Payback” – James Brown

    “Talkin Loud and Saying Nothing” – James Brown

    “Papa Dont Take No Mess” – James Brown

    pick one anyone… and isten to them … James himself even calls what he was doing ” rappin’ “…

    James Brown may not have been the first to rap on wax, but he was the first rap artist of the modern musical era …

    Cab Calloway and Bo Diddley and Howlin Wolf and Chuck Berry and Little Richard and Muddy Waters rapped alot of their lyrics too … shit aint new …

    white industry folks just put in a nice concise package for you, so there would be no mistake where to place blame for the negativity that was about to ensue …

  39. landlord Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 3:36 pm
    LOL…

    no

    ^
    I’m sayin….noone in the world knew what rap was until she spit those bars. she was already a musical sensation and when she rapped those lines mahfukas was like ‘what the fuk is that?’

    ————

    nah B… i was a little kid and i knew better than that… it also depends where you from… cause if you grew up in NY or NJ, you heard many many rap recors before Rapture came out … belee dat…

    word to Spoony G and the Treacherous 3… and Funky4 plus 1 More … even Kurtis Blow was out way before “Rapture”

  40. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    word to Spoony G and the Treacherous 3… and Funky4 plus 1 More … even Kurtis Blow was out way before “Rapture”

    ^
    the question is which song propelled rap music into an international scene. not groups.

  41. D. Billz Says:

    “The Payback” >>

    I’m still mad that Piddy made a fortune slowing down that beat having BIG/Total make a hit record out of it. I coulda did that shit accidentally.

  42. landlord Says:

    the question is which song propelled rap music into an international scene. not groups.

    ———————–

    i know… thats why i said “Rappers Delight”in my initial response … and thats inarguable fact… i was just namimg groups that had bigger rap hits than “Rapture” at that time …

    and “Walk This Way” did more to propel rap into a wider market than “Rapture” did …

    Blondie only had a cult following from her punk and newwave exploits… while Aerosmith was an international multi-platinum selling band

  43. D. Billz Says:

    J*DaVey was supposed to have been the NEW newwave… my whole intention for ever posting on Nahright was to promote them. Warner dropped the ball, and now madd chicks are runnin’ around with Ms. Jack Davey’s style. Shits disgustin’ b.

  44. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    and “Walk This Way” did more to propel rap into a wider market than “Rapture” did

    ^

    true. but heads that was checkin for blondie outside of the US heard ‘rap’ from that record first.

  45. S.S.BlockBurner Says:

    anyone else have any opinion?
    *****
    Ether-Nas

    ^

    This shit made me laugh as hard as seeing a Katt Williams stand-up (nh) for the 1st time. But Im higher than 30,000 ft too.

    *comatosed @ coolio*

  46. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    from wiki:

    “Rapture” is a single by the American new wave band Blondie. It was released in January 1981 and became one of the first substantial hit singles to involve rap music, and the first rap-influenced single to reach number one on the US Billboard Chart.

  47. landlord Says:

    also from wiki:

    “Rapper’s Delight” is the song that first popularized hip hop in the United States and around the world through massive and immediate radio airplay

    … so now what? …

  48. landlord Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 4:01 pm
    from wiki:

    “Rapture” is a single by the American new wave band Blondie. It was released in January 1981 and became one of the first substantial hit singles to INVOLVE rap music, and the first RAP-INFLUENCED single to reach number one on the US Billboard Chart.

    *translation*

    … it wasnt really a rap record …

  49. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    … so now what? …

    ^

    lol.

    white girl couldn’t live. niggas aint that stupid.

  50. S.S.BlockBurner Says:

    Rapture- no nigga.

    “Walk This Way”- Probably the best answer.

    Other Possibles..

    Will Smith “Parents Just Don’t Understand”

    M.C. Hammer “Can’t Touch This”

    We’re actually talking #’s in this discussion for proof.

    Radio Spins, album sales not in the U.S but outside. How far did they actually reach with the content of the actual project for that period & space.

    That nigga 50 cloud full of shit rainin on him & all we can do is crack jokes.

    *shrugs shoulders*

    Tough Break Nigga (c) Chappelle

  51. Kreike Says:

    old niggers arguing, smh.

  52. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    the first RAP-INFLUENCED single to reach number one on the US Billboard Chart

    ^
    not to mention it had a video for the song just in time for mtvs inception.

  53. S.S.BlockBurner Says:

    50 *gotta cloud

    ^
    high nigga shit

  54. Krieke Says:

    look at old niggers arguing, smh.

  55. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    look at old niggers arguing, smh

    ^
    look @ young niggas prick whistlin’.

  56. Joe 88 Says:

    *Listens to Broadway Joe88*

    *Puts Broadway in top 5 of all times*

    *Doesn’t shrugs shoulders*

  57. Joe 88 Says:

    SMH @ Me being the G.O.A.T

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

    lol @ new commentators who be thinking that their comments are something so dangerous that it needs a response

  59. landlord Says:

    anybody seen “Breaking The Oath!” (parts 1 & 2) on youtube?…

    good stuff

  60. Al Poelvordino Says:

    coolio’s gangsta’s paradis > tone loc’s fcm

    all damn dayz, son
    coolio got a classic hit wit it
    enormou$ $ucce$$ful $ong !

  61. landlord Says:

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

    November 21st, 2009 at 4:20 pm
    lol @ new commentators who be thinking that their comments are something so dangerous that it needs a response

    ——————

    *translation*

    who sent these niggas?

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

    1.Rapper’s Delight

    2.Walk This Way

    3. The Message

  63. landlord Says:

    i think Charles Hamilton is having trouble with Interscope cause he either wont take the Baphomet oath, or has already broken it …

    word to Iovine …

  64. landlord Says:

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

    November 21st, 2009 at 4:27 pm
    1.Rapper’s Delight

    2.Walk This Way

    3. The Message

    ————–

    … exactly …

  65. S.S.BlockBurner Says:

    coolio got a classic hit wit it
    enormou$ $ucce$$ful $ong !

    ^
    *bets coolio gets the shit beat out of him next month in Alabama*

    in this case who’s the loser (c)sp

    fame hurts sometimes

  66. Krieke Says:

    1. Gangsta’s paradise

  67. Joe 88 Says:

    *Listens to previous work from Broadway Joe*

    *Place crown on top of Broadway*

    *daps*

    *puts 4 walls freestyle from Joe @ top 5*

  68. D. Billz Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 4:19 pm

    *Listens to Broadway Joe88*

    *Puts Broadway in top 5 of all times*

    *Doesn’t shrugs shoulders*
    # Joe 88 Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    SMH @ Me being the G.O.A.T

    ^*holds up 4 fingers like Bruh Man*

    *hurls self outta 5th floor window*

  69. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD

    Where can I peep that Oath documentary?

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

    *daps* RJ,Kev,S.S

  71. landlord Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=Vxmw7zZqEVY&feature=related

  72. D. Billz Says:

    If Charles would’ve put hands on that chick who duffed him, his fame would’ve risen overnight. Disdain for women is usually part of the ritual … unless it’s one of their own (c) Chris Brown

  73. Joe 88 Says:

    *Daps D. Billz*

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

    there are too many records and people who contributed to Hiphop’s mainstream & international success to limit it to top 3 list but Kool Herc,Run DMC, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5, Sugarhill gang would be likely near the top of the list of importance

  75. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    *daps* nov and all of nahcadia.

  76. Joe 88 Says:

    *Listens to Kid Cudi*

  77. D. Billz Says:

    *dapz Broadway*

  78. landlord Says:

    *daps NoEnd and others*

  79. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    *listens to pac div*

    damn these dudes is ill.

    cool kidz > clipse

    pac div > dips

    and I’m so sincurr.

  80. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD

    Good lookin’ out chief.

  81. Joe 88 Says:

    My friday > Friday the 13th

    *Smokes more weed*

    D. Billz > Malcolm X

  82. Joe 88 Says:

    D. Billz > MLK

    *straight face*

    *Listens to Kid Cudi “Solo Dolo”*

  83. Joe 88 Says:

    “Why does it feel so wrong, when i’m tryna do right?” (c) Kid Cudi

    MOTM >

  84. Joe 88 Says:

    Pops left when I was nine, my heart died the same day

  85. Joe 88 Says:

    Bread caught a head shot, Azhar died died the same way

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

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    *listens to pac div*

    damn these dudes is ill.

    cool kidz > clipse

    pac div > dips

    and I’m so sincurr.
    ^^^^^^^^
    thats alot of praise, heard of pacific div but havent been compelled to give a listen…

  87. landlord Says:

    LOL @ Pac saying DrDre take 3 years to make a song cause he too busy sucking dick and eating pussy …. wow

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

    *sigh* @ Freemason/Illuminati secret society enthusiasts …

    comparing nelly and 2pac hand gestures? …lmao

  89. Joe 88 Says:

    *Daps landLord*

    I got a funny/crazy story to tell about last night, but I feel like I went overkill about my life recently. And who wants to hear about me almost getting shot? No one right? Okay, back to lurking

    *Listens to “Day & Nite” – Kid Cudi*

    *cough* album of the year *cough*

  90. landlord Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=Otti-82jEAc&feature=related

    ..say word? …

  91. D. Billz Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    Pops left when I was nine, my heart died the same day

    ^ “the hook-ups, the rolled rice”

  92. landlord Says:

    yo NoEnd

    watch the video in my 501pm comment

  93. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD

    Yo, when I was in NYC 2 weeks ago with the brothas, they put the info out there about Nasir too. All I could say was woooooow. Apparently Dr. MKY had put it out there in an old lecture years ago. LOL @ the brotha sayin’ we all had the same reaction, “noooo, not NAS!”

  94. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    triple c’s > d-block (no jorge)

    thas my word shun. don’t disrespect my gate yo.

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

    Pac is the Founder of WWF Hiphop

  96. Adam Says:

    http://img18.imageshack.us/i/50cryin.jpg/

  97. D. Billz Says:

    Joe88

    1. I’m not in B’more so yeah, I wanna read/hear that story.

    2. Where’s that damn mixtape?

    3. Bout to listen to MOTM for the first time via iMeem.

    4. You need to watch that clip landLORD posted.

  98. Joe 88 Says:

    I see you Billz (n)

  99. landlord Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 5:04 pm
    landLORD

    Yo, when I was in NYC 2 weeks ago with the brothas, they put the info out there about Nasir too. All I could say was woooooow. Apparently Dr. MKY had put it out there in an old lecture years ago. LOL @ the brotha sayin’ we all had the same reaction, “noooo, not NAS!”

    ————–

    sheeeit… why not Nas?

    but i hear what youre saying … but ever since overstanding that my favorite musical entity of all time (EW&F) was similarly oathed up, it doesnt suprise me about ANY of these artists… i would be more suprised to find out who is NOT involved …

    cause its no secret anymore that the entire entertainment (culture creating) industry is run by these so-called “people”

  100. D. Billz Says:

    # NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    Pac is the Founder of WWF Hiphop

    ^Truth. Against his own will though. These new niggas are just idiots.

  101. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Pac is the Founder of WWF Hiphop

    ^
    when pac shot those cops and beat the case is when thug life got exploited and rap beef got volatile.

  102. landlord Says:

    Pac is the Founder of WWF Hiphop

    ————-

    nah… LLCoolJ was…

    word to him and KoolMoeD

  103. landlord Says:

    LLCoolJ started all this tough guy shit with “Im Bad”…

    then he called out moeD… then later he killed Canibus …

    the first real beef in hiphop may have been Kane vs Rakim… or KRS vs MCShan… but Pac didnt start the beef stuff by any means… he was just an unknowing pawn … and when he finally realized that, they offed him ….

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

    # landlord Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 5:03 pm

    yo NoEnd

    watch the video in my 501pm comment
    ^^^^^^^^
    LOL…seem like nonsense to me…

    witch language

    talking all master recordings put in a pentagram and 13 witches and wizard cast spell on it

  105. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD

    I wonder if that’s one of the reasons why Dwight York left the industry. Unbeknown to many, he penned MADD songs back in the day (ex. Harold Melvin’s “Wake Up Everybody” was actually a subliminal message about waking up the Third Eye, also penned by York) and that’s how he was able to fund Egypt of the West in Eatonton, GA. He knew that music (tones, vibrations, and rhythms) was the way to tap into our inner-being and essentially why “they” wanted sign all of our talents.

    I also found out the same day that Tatiyana Ali’s cousin (a female) is in Right Knowledge and so is Musiq Soulchild. He told Musiq years ago to not put it out there that he was a nuwaupian because it would hinder success/progress but reiterated him to stay in tune.

  106. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    pac is a wall hall already.

  107. D. Billz Says:

    Pac didnt start the beef stuff by any means… he was just an unknowing pawn … and when he finally realized that, they offed him ….

    ^Cosign. Being the son of a Panther he was tagged a looong time ago. After he went to the Baltimore School for the Arts they found he had talent and knew that’s how they could get him. His mother being on crack at the time didn’t help.

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

    the only thing from the Demons Behind The Music video, that sort of make sense is when dude says that when you take drugs and listen to music you could understand the meaning of the song(s)

  109. landlord Says:

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

    November 21st, 2009 at 5:16 pm
    # landlord Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 5:03 pm

    yo NoEnd

    watch the video in my 501pm comment
    ^^^^^^^^
    LOL…seem like nonsense to me…

    witch language

    talking all master recordings put in a pentagram and 13 witches and wizard cast spell on it

    ———————-

    it may sound weird… but when the deaths of everyone from Jimi Hendrix to William Cooper to B.I.G. to JFK to Tupac are all revolving around the same explanations, it would be even more nonsensical to ignore clear signs and events …

  110. &What?! Says:

    Where the fuck London Bloke at? I need a link..

  111. D. Billz Says:

    4 tracks in with this MOTM and I’m still indifferent about it. I think had he not signed to Kanye and been pushed as a “rapper” I might’ve viewed his music differently. Real rap, this is the type of sound (Black alternative) they’re trying to push into the mainstream. Had he been prepared to follow “protocol” he probably would’ve sold plenty.

  112. Joe 88 Says:

    @ Billz

    The nah fam already got this “perception” of me, so i’ll just hold my tougue today, (n) but it’s not a life or death situation.

    *Goes down Calhone & Baker*

    *Feels comfortable*

  113. landlord Says:

    and witches do exist in tangible reality…

    if any of you know anyone who practices Wicca, you would know that the science of black magick is VERY real … not everyone has been exposed as such… and good for them too … belee dat …

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

    whats with all these Nah secret society believers … B-ease,Billz, RJ, Shot Clock …Angels & Demon’s movie ,the Jay-Z deception video that on youtube …Rihanna being a worshiper of the devil…why everyone all of a sudden believes in that

  115. Joe 88 Says:

    landlord Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 5:15 pm
    but Pac didnt start the beef stuff by any means… he was just an unknowing pawn

    *Blank stare*

    *Mean mug the C.I.A*

    *turns up “ambitionz as a Rider”*

    *Bends corners*

  116. &What?! Says:

    whats with all these Nah secret society believers … B-ease,Billz, RJ, Shot Clock …Angels & Demon’s movie ,the Jay-Z deception video that on youtube …Rihanna being a worshiper of the devil…why everyone all of a sudden believes in that

    ^

    Word, wtf? There’s Freemasons near where I live and they get laughed at for their ‘secret’ handshake an’ shit..

  117. cOLD Says:

    say word. *daps*

  118. Joe 88 Says:

    2Pac = G.O.A.T

    His D.N.A is in every rappers rapper.

    *Listens to “The Track Joe88 Killed”*

    *Places self as the closes to the G.O.A.T*

  119. D. Billz Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 5:23 pm

    @ Billz

    The nah fam already got this “perception” of me, so i’ll just hold my tougue today, (n) but it’s not a life or death situation.

    ^I see I said …

    >>*Goes down Calhone & Baker*

    *Feels comfortable*

    ^ C.B.S. > Bloods, Crips, and other “new” B’more gangs

    And no, I wouldn’t ride down Calhoun & Baker (nor Stricker) streets. Lol. The Wylie Funeral Home is over there so I’ve been down on those streets more than enough.

  120. Ghost Writer Says:

    *daps*

  121. D. Billz Says:

    I be seeing Black people into that Wiccan shit now. SMFH.

    Fun Fact: Yoda’s face/head is a goat head inverted.

  122. D. Billz Says:

    *dapz GWriter, cOLD*

  123. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I slay dragons whenever I travel to split dimensions in my cross color cloak of magic teleportation on the weekend

  124. Marv Albert Says:

    50 aint hurting nothing. He didn’t know I’m from Brooklyn

  125. landlord Says:

    ^^

    why everyone all of a sudden believes in that

    ——————

    cause the shit is mad obvious… and everyone isnt blind sheep …

    how can you categorically deny that something exists just because you may not have been exposed to it, or dont believe in it?…

  126. Joe 88 Says:

    Razor and the pyerx
    plates in the cabinet
    waking up days wishing moms pratice abstinence
    My block affilitae, triple R establisment
    fam representer, the niggas I do the damage with
    it’s no accident if my niggas clap the chrome
    and leave him with twisted legs and fractured bones
    dudes out here talk tough, but never had a tone
    i’ll let it play music on his lips like a a saxaphone
    he claim streets he never roamed
    while my niggas swing thru the jungle like indiana jones

  127. Ghost Writer Says:

    Where’s that Canibus (n) and KM album?

  128. Marv Albert Says:

    He got mad because I threw up that symbol Lebron makes when he hits 3’s sometimes. I told him if he ever got out of line with me again I’d jump on his back and bite him then anully assualt the aggressive content out of him with extreme violence untill I scream YESSSSSS!!!!!

  129. landlord Says:

    *daps cOLD, GhostWriter, Joe88 and Marv Albert(smh)*

  130. landlord Says:

    DBillz faux JRWriter verses > Joe88 actual verses

  131. Joe 88 Says:

    I must be the greatest (c) Muhammad Ali

  132. Joe 88 Says:

    landlord Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 5:45 pm
    DBillz faux JRWriter verses > Joe88 actual verses

    ^I still love you (n)…………………even tho your lost sheep. It’s room to join the bandwagon, lol (n)

  133. Asparaghost Says:

    new Wale and 9th track dope…goes to show you how shady labels are..smh

  134. Daily Drug Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 3:53 pm
    J*DaVey was supposed to have been the NEW newwave… my whole intention for ever posting on Nahright was to promote them. Warner dropped the ball, and now madd chicks are runnin’ around with Ms. Jack Davey’s style. Shits disgustin’ b.

    ^This….her swag is like the new shit for any blk female musician. Even watered down with the more mainstreap r n b jawns

    they were even on Ellen ||

  135. landlord Says:

    Joe88 says

    I still love you

    —————

    *cringes*

    damn B… i was just joking…

    dont get all “turn the other cheek” on me …

    you sound like you been saved, baptized and showered with some of the finest Inner Harbor Goly Water…

    wtf Joe?… say it aint so…

  136. Joe 88 Says:

    >The Wylie Funeral Home is over there so I’ve been down on those streets more than enough.

    ^My homeboy got buried in that funeral home. I feel ya pain Billz (n) I’m tryna stay as far away from there as possible, lol

  137. landlord Says:

    is marv albert, ef loco?

    whenever i see a ficticious screen name, i think EFLoco…

    cause he trick me into some beef once, by using a new name…

    tricky nigga… no homo

  138. Carlos Voltron AKA Dixie Normous Says:

    Testing
    Testing

  139. landlord Says:

    Joe88 crosses himself before he goes in the booth…

  140. Joe 88 Says:

    lol @ land.

    *Opens bible*

    *Breeze thu genesis*

    *becomes athiest*

    *Daps the Lord*

  141. landlord Says:

    Joe88 next mixtape has features from CeCeWinans and Tonex … and less rapping by his 14 heathen rapping weed carriers

  142. cOLD Says:

    if this little ninja ask me to fix his elbow pad one mo time, I swear.

  143. D. Billz Says:

    # Daily Drug Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    D. Billz Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 3:53 pm
    J*DaVey was supposed to have been the NEW newwave… my whole intention for ever posting on Nahright was to promote them. Warner dropped the ball, and now madd chicks are runnin’ around with Ms. Jack Davey’s style. Shits disgustin’ b.

    ^This….her swag is like the new shit for any blk female musician. Even watered down with the more mainstreap r n b jawns

    they were even on Ellen ||

    ^Word. I met/know them personally and even used to sling merch for ’em at a few of their shows (sidenote: if anybody went to their first NYC show at the Canal Room with the blurred porn playin’ in the background, I was the ninja at the table by the door in the orange Polo sellin’ their cd’s). I remember when I first heard their first joint and thinkin’ how “No More” should’ve been on the radio, had a video, and all the proper promotion. Rihanna, Keri Hilson, Santogold, and a few others are carbon copies of shorty.

    And Brooke is NASTY with the beats and should be producing for others as well. I don’t know why the fuck he’s just sittin’ on all that material if he’s not gonna use it to propel himself to the next level.

    But they’re from Floss Scandalous, so that’s a job in itself to keep them on point.

  144. Ghost Writer Says:

    landlord Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 5:54 pm
    is marv albert, ef loco?

    whenever i see a ficticious screen name, i think EFLoco…

    cause he trick me into some beef once, by using a new name…

    tricky nigga… no homo

    ^
    Ha I always think Beezy or Big Homie (n) smh @ whoever does that shit

  145. cOLD Says:

    yo I saw the illest picture of my entire life time today

    a vulture waiting patiently, for his meal to die… what made it illy was that it was a little girl in Sudan who had collapsed to her knees, almost dying of starvation.

  146. landlord Says:

    Joe88 new mc name is:

    John3:16

  147. D. Billz Says:

    Broadway gonna have Rev. Jamal Bryant doin’ skits on his next mixtape.

    “yew know I be smashin’ them chicks on the front row, right?”

  148. landlord Says:

    Joe88 aka Jonn3:16, believes that Tupac died for our sins …

  149. D. Billz Says:

    # landlord Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 6:02 pm

    Joe88 new mc name is:

    John3:16

    ^ *wears no shirt to a Green Bay game in December*

  150. Joe 88 Says:

    *Hands landlord 40 pamplet’s*

    *holy ghost Harlem shakes*

  151. cOLD Says:

    flatrock.org.nz/topics/odds_and_oddities/ultimate_in_unfair.htm

  152. D. Billz Says:

    Broadway’s 1st video will be filmed at New Psalmist. Yo gone be rappin’ in front of a table of 3 collection plates.

  153. Ghost Writer Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 6:04 pm
    # landlord Says:
    November 21st, 2009 at 6:02 pm

    Joe88 new mc name is:

    John3:16

    ^ *wears no shirt to a Green Bay game in December*

    ^
    Haha

  154. landlord Says:

    Ha I always think Beezy or Big Homie (n) smh @ whoever does that shit

    —————–

    yeah, them two are notorious with it too… but efloco is sports knowledgable and uses those sports references (ericmangini,highsaiah thomas)… so when i saw marv albert, he was the first suspect (ll) … beezy and big homie dont seem to fuck with sports much …

  155. Joe 88 Says:

    *Replaces the word “nigga” with “God” in every verse*

    *Sells more records tha 50 Cent first week*

    *Makes aggresive gospel music*

  156. Ghost Writer Says:

    I see

  157. cOLD Says:

    I don’t know who half these cats are anymore, so many name changes… who is the Black Brokaw ninja

  158. cOLD Says:

    smh that Pathmarks fried chicken is > popeyes and KFC’s

  159. Ghost Writer Says:

    cOLD Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 6:11 pm
    I don’t know who half these cats are anymore, so many name changes… who is the Black Brokaw ninja

    ^
    This too…

  160. landlord Says:

    Joe88 says

    *Makes aggresive gospel music*

    ————-

    LMAO… what?

    actual exceprt from a new Joe88 aka John3:16 verse:

    “… i will kill a nigger muslim/me and my 14 favorite crusaders, all raiders, you cant fade us/we fucked up in the souls, jesus cant save us/ we stay murking and shankin’,word to Kirk Franklin/ my niggas go to mass and rob the collection plate/reverend gates ass couldnt pay them protection rates/in Jesus name we pray Amen/…”

  161. landlord Says:

    KFC fell off when they got bought out by PEPSI and merged with Taco Bell…

    Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken now uses the original Kentucky Fried Chicken recipes, since they’re owned by Colonel Sanders actual kinfolk …

  162. &What?! Says:

    Best of British..

    Dot Rotten >
    Dizzee Rascal >
    Scorcher >
    Roots Manuva >

  163. landlord Says:

    cOLD Says:

    November 21st, 2009 at 6:11 pm
    I don’t know who half these cats are anymore, so many name changes… who is the Black Brokaw ninja

    ————

    someone said on more than one occasion that it was Amp… but i dont even think Black Brokaw is even a black commenter …

  164. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD

    The dude responsible that documentary you upped the link for, got another doc as well. I’m watchin’ it now. Pretty interesting.

  165. D. Billz Says:

    landLORD

    Woooow… speakin’ of the devil (pun intended), Jamal Bryant is also mentioned in this documentary too fam.

  166. Marv Albert Says:

    Jeez it was just a joke. too young to be so serious. turns back into BK Strong smh

  167. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    @Ghost writer how do you write for?

  168. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    who

  169. Allahbornsgod M Allah aka keep it baggy not faggy Says:

    The blackman is god and the whiteman is the devil

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