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Video: Raekwon Announces Partnership w/ Capone-N-Noreaga

The Chef announces a new parternship between CNN and Rae’s Icewater Entertainment, and promises a BIG announcement on January 1st.

Previously: Raekwon – Surgical Gloves (Video)


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165 Responses to “Video: Raekwon Announces Partnership w/ Capone-N-Noreaga”

  1. b-ease Says:

    After his verses on Meth vs. Chef and Stay off the Fucking Flowers, I’m in agreement with everybody that said he should just drop a Cuban Linx 3 as soon as fucking possible.

  2. Beezy Says:

    Channel 10 was crushingly disappointing…i was a CNN stan too

  3. TheCo!!inB Says:

    CNN HEY YALL (HEY YALL)

  4. TheCo!!inB Says:

    would N.O.R.E. make a list of 100 best rap albums of all time? dead ass.

  5. TheCo!!inB Says:

    The War Report would….

  6. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Meth vs. Chef and Stay off the Fucking Flowers
    ^
    Both songs are manufactured crack.

  7. PastorKerneyThomas Miwacles Says:

    would N.O.R.E. make a list of 100 best rap albums of all time? dead ass.

    ^^^i say it would make it. I’ll still bump that album to this day and its better than 90% of hip hop out right now. Shit is crack like Tiger Woods windshield. real rap. my bad i had 2 do it

  8. b-ease Says:

    would N.O.R.E. make a list of 100 best rap albums of all time? dead ass.

    ^^
    I believe so. It may be in the 90s, but I wouldnt be mad if it was there.

    War Report? No question.

    War Report > Infamous *ducks*

  9. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    War Report > Infamous *ducks*
    ^
    Oooooooooooooo….i don’t even know…

  10. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    War Report > Infamous *ducks*
    ^
    Oooooooooooooo….i don’t even know…

  11. b-ease Says:

    It’s Dark and Hell is Hot got all the hype that summer, but Capital Punishment and N.O.R.E. were both doper.

  12. Beezy Says:

    NORE was a dope album

    War Report was an album that changed my life

  13. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    N.O.R.E. were both doper.
    ^
    Than It’s Dark? I’d have to disagree.

  14. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    War Report was an album that changed my life
    ^
    I’ve heard a good amount of people say that this is their favorite LP of all time.

  15. b-ease Says:

    Than It’s Dark? I’d have to disagree.

    ^^
    At the time, X’s LP may have seemed doper, but time has given N.O.R.E the victory.

  16. Dewill Says:

    It’s Dark and Hell is Hot got all the hype that summer, but Capital Punishment and N.O.R.E. were both doper.

    ^^^^^^^

    FUCK NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!

  17. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I’ve always seen GRODT as the 00’s version of It’s Dark, sans the club bangers. Mainly due to the amount of anthems and how the whole LP basically got played on the radio.

  18. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    TSS Presents Smoking Sessions With Wiz Khalifa
    ^
    Naaaaaaa, I’m good but thanks anyway.

  19. b-ease Says:

    Tracks like X is Coming and Omen were real dope to the 14-year old me, but they just come off as cheesy now. And I’d rather hear Phil Collins than listened to the song on X’s LP with the “In the Air Tonite” sample. Not to mention that posse cut with those wack niggas that were never heard from again. I also cant listen to Ruff Ryder’s Anthem anymore. Its just not that good.

    Banned from TV? The title Track? I love my life? Body in the Trunk? The shit with Busta and Spliff????

    N.O.R.E >>>>>

  20. &What?! Says:

    Ready to Die is the best hip hop debut album of all time imo. It gets majorly overlooked cause people always think about Illmatic/Reasonable Doubt/Doggystyle…

  21. b-ease Says:

    I’ve always seen GRODT as the 00’s version of It’s Dark

    ^^
    Yea, and GRODT doesnt sound as dope as it did when it dropped either. Nobody will admit it, but (media) hype will alter your perceptions of a project.

  22. b-ease Says:

    Ready to Die is the best hip hop debut album of all time imo. It gets majorly overlooked cause people always think about Illmatic/Reasonable Doubt/Doggystyle…

    ^^
    Melding a West Coast sensibility with East Coast beats and rhymes was genius. And the the best songs on RTD are some of the best hiphop songs of all time. But the last half of the album is saddled with weak production (compared to the first half) that lead to some clunkers, like Respect and Friend of Mine.

    The above three albums you named above simply dont have that problem in my opinon.

  23. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    hey i have an idea!

    ur not gettin $

    i’m not gettin $

    let’s failt get $…together [||]

    these rap alliances is dumb and dumber broke and broker

  24. b-ease Says:

    If anything Doggystyle gets overlooked, cause while it didnt have a song/single as dope as G Thing (although Gin and Juice comes damn close), its a better overall LP.

  25. b-ease Says:

    And Biggie didnt really hit his perfection zone (as far as rhymes and delivery) until the One More Chance remix. Jay, Nas, and Snoop dropped fully formed out the ether.

  26. b-ease Says:

    Keep in mind, I think BIG is the GOAT.

  27. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    my favorite debut is reasonable doubt but in 10 years everyone will be saying college dropout – i got whatever on it. i just played it again front to back and that album is fucking incredimazing

  28. Beezy Says:

    Doggystyle was also life changing

  29. &What?! Says:

    Melding a West Coast sensibility with East Coast beats and rhymes was genius. And the the best songs on RTD are some of the best hiphop songs of all time. But the last half of the album is saddled with weak production (compared to the first half) that lead to some clunkers, like Respect and Friend of Mine.

    The above three albums you named above simply dont have that problem in my opinon.

    ^

    Yeah you do have a point, but the lyrics and beats are fucking perfect.

    Most rappers never reach the heights of their debut, I mean most debuts of the big name rappers are fucking classic.

    Ready To Die
    Reasonable Doubt
    Doggystyle
    Illmatic
    OB4CL
    The Slim Shady LP (not counting Infinite)
    It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot

  30. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    kenny G’s first jawn was life changing

  31. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I think BIG is the GOAT.
    ^
    Nas > BIG

    Keep in mind I’m from BROOKLYN.

  32. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    with all due respek to G-Unit, kenny G had the shwag first. respek the innovator

  33. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    blogs.dallasobserver.com/sportatorium/Kenny%20G.jpg

    ^

    kenny g is literally the waviest

  34. b-ease Says:

    Micheal McDonald > Micheal Bolton > Kenny G

    Granted, I know Kenny doesnt sing, I just mean in terms of white boys co-opting black musical stylings.

  35. &What?! Says:

    The Chronic

  36. EddyHendergrass Says:

    A Salute to DJ Premier and Pete Rock Hosted by 9th Wonder and Kyle Santilian, going down Dec.12 @ The Cats Cradle in Carrboro NC. Pete and Premo will be in the building!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVRrmJeKBKU

  37. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    kenny g is one hell of a man

  38. The Truth... Says:

    >>Keep in mind, I think BIG is the GOAT.

    ^^ that saved you

  39. b-ease Says:

    Wayne is thin like a AIDS patient, Baby’s like Buddha / And Drizzy round out the team reppin’ for the Tribe of Judah / yeah

    ^^
    *fucking dead*

  40. &What?! Says:

    36 Chambers.. man the list goes on

  41. Lisssten!! Says:

    CNN’s albums have been solid. Even Channel 10. They never really changed their style, and NORE always rhymes better with Pone than his solo, of course, except for N.O.R.E. album. The War Report > any other duo album. Pleeeeeeasebelieveit!

  42. The Truth... Says:

    I think BIG is the GOAT.
    ^
    Nas > BIG

    Keep in mind I’m from BROOKLYN.
    ________________________

    Toughest one of all….
    Which one do you enjoy more listening to ?

  43. landlord Says:

    best debut hiphop LP is, and will always be,

    Enter The 36 Chambers…

    i though this was already an established fact of life …

  44. Black Brokaw Says:

    what about EFM and NLR? those are top notch albums. Don’t leave out BOBW and GF.

  45. &What?! Says:

    Raewkon – Letter to Big >

  46. The Truth... Says:

    The War Report is a close classic.

    N.O.R.E. is a dope album too…

  47. Dewill Says:

    b-ease Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:12 pm
    Micheal McDonald > Micheal Bolton > Kenny G

    Granted, I know Kenny doesnt sing, I just mean in terms of white boys co-opting black musical stylings.

    ^^^^
    Don’t know, but Kenny G stay getting played at black weddings!!

  48. b-ease Says:

    what about EFM and NLR? those are top notch albums. Don’t leave out BOBW and GF.

    ^^
    lmao, what albums are you referring too? Like, I have no idea.

  49. landlord Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:12 pm
    Micheal McDonald > Micheal Bolton > Kenny G

    Granted, I know Kenny doesnt sing, I just mean in terms of white boys co-opting black musical stylings.

    ————-

    elton john > michael mcdonald > darryl hall > Sting >>>>>> the rest of them crackers

  50. Remixznflow Says:

    Ready to Die is the best hip hop debut album of all time imo. It gets majorly overlooked cause people always think about Illmatic/Reasonable Doubt/Doggystyle…

    ^
    *thinks about it*

    you know… i cant disagree.. but something wont let me agree either… that album was on of the first rap lp’s i had ever heard in my life… so it has a special place for me in hiphop..

    i just dont know…

    *ponders more*

  51. b-ease Says:

    The War Report is a close classic.

    ^^
    What do you mean by “close”. Do you mean “close” as in, its just barely a classic? Cause that’s erroneous. The War Report is 5 mic all the way.

  52. landlord Says:

    ready to die had too much filler …

  53. Dewill Says:

    Speaking for the southerners, AQUEMINI >>>>>>>

  54. &What?! Says:

    Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous

  55. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Which one do you enjoy more listening to ?
    ^
    Def esco. I love BIG like the next avid rap fan/consumer but all BIG really had on Nas was star quality and the ability to make club bangers. I guess that doesn’t constitute my aforementioned “all” but i think when it really comes down to it, Nas was just ill-er.

  56. landlord Says:

    ATLiens > Aquemini

    and i dont like either one …

  57. b-ease Says:

    ready to die had too much filler …

    ^^
    Not enough to take away its masterpiece status, but definetly enough to knock it out of the best debut of all time debate.

  58. &What?! Says:

    ready to die had too much filler …

    ^

    no sign.

    Ready to Die is one of only a few albums that I can listen to start to finish without skipping one track.

  59. The Truth... Says:

    The War Report is a close classic.

    ^^
    What do you mean by “close”. Do you mean “close” as in, its just barely a classic? Cause that’s erroneous. The War Report is 5 mic all the way.
    ________________________

    I personally think it’s a classic, but I thought that was just me, cause I was a NORE stan back them. But at the same time, I don’t know if it’s at the same level as Illmatic, Ready To Die, 36 Chambers, etc…

  60. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    yo mighael mcdonald is black as hell. skr8 up his voice is blackness incarnate. there must be black people who meet him and see he’s white as santa clause but as soon as he lets out that mean baritone they must be like CRACKA U BLACK AS FUCK! WHAT HAPPENED TO U??

  61. Jz Says:

    College Dropout >

    Jesus Walks >>>

  62. &What?! Says:

    90’s hip-hop produced so many classic albums. Nothing comes close anymore.

    http://

    digitaldreamdoor.nutsie.com/pages/best_rap-alb-90.html

  63. landlord Says:

    best southern debut LP is the The Listening-Little Brother

  64. &What?! Says:

    90’s hip-hop produced so many classic albums. Nothing comes close anymore.

    digitaldreamdoor.nutsie.com/pages/best_rap-alb-90.html

  65. landlord Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:23 pm
    ready to die had too much filler …

    ^^
    Not enough to take away its masterpiece status, but definetly enough to knock it out of the best debut of all time debate.

    —————

    exactly

  66. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    landlord Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:25 pm
    best southern debut LP is the The Listening-Little Brother

    ^

    spoken like a true child of the internets

    nobody on the block would ever co-sig this statement

  67. Dewill Says:

    landlord Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:25 pm
    best southern debut LP is the The Listening-Little Brother

    ^^^^
    Blasphemy!!!!

  68. landlord Says:

    Fantastic vol 2 > ready to die

    as far as debut joints

  69. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Not enough to take away its masterpiece status, but definetly enough to knock it out of the best debut of all time debate.
    ^
    Word

  70. landlord Says:

    Mr. Damn, He Ain’t Coppin’ That, Is He? Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:26 pm
    landlord Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:25 pm
    best southern debut LP is the The Listening-Little Brother

    ^

    spoken like a true child of the internets

    nobody on the block would ever co-sig this statement

    —————-

    OK… sure you right…

    you hug the block and im a child of the internet… OK

  71. &What?! Says:

    Craig Mack and AZ both made solid debuts too.

  72. Black Brokaw Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:19 pm

    what about EFM and NLR? those are top notch albums. Don’t leave out BOBW and GF.

    ^^
    lmao, what albums are you referring too? Like, I have no idea.
    ******
    The first two I made up. The last two were Best of Both Worlds and Ghetto Fabolous.

  73. Remixznflow Says:

    # landlord Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:26 pm

    b-ease Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:23 pm
    ready to die had too much filler …

    ^^
    Not enough to take away its masterpiece status, but definetly enough to knock it out of the best debut of all time debate.

    —————

    exactly

    ^
    i respectfully disagree… i think that album was really on some next level shit.. again im bias but i really think the production was on point and BIG just had that hunger about him on that album… i think that it was a game changer in rap… just my opinion…

  74. The Truth... Says:

    Which one do you enjoy more listening to ?
    ^
    Def esco. I love BIG like the next avid rap fan/consumer but all BIG really had on Nas was star quality and the ability to make club bangers. I guess that doesn’t constitute my aforementioned “all” but i think when it really comes down to it, Nas was just ill-er.
    _____________________________

    Like I said in that comment, that’s the closest one of all. It def comes down to one of them 2, no question. I don’t care what people say. I think it comes down to personal opinion.

  75. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Dr. John> Eric Clapton> Michael Mcdonald

  76. Eastern_Digital Says:

    i really dont know what i should think about the complex top 100 songs.

  77. Remixznflow Says:

    Also the listening is MAD slept on…

  78. Black Brokaw Says:

    ghetto fab had beats. It sounds like the clipse debut album

  79. b-ease Says:

    ******
    The first two I made up. The last two were Best of Both Worlds and Ghetto Fabolous.

    ^^
    lmao

  80. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Reasonable doubt and illmatic, Chronic are usually considered the best rap albums of all time….ready to die not so much

  81. Black Brokaw Says:

    If jay and kels didnt end up cat fighting those albums wouldve ben…the best litrally

  82. Remixznflow Says:

    # Boos Bigelow Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:31 pm

    Reasonable doubt and illmatic, Chronic are usually considered the best rap albums of all time….ready to die not so much

    ^
    i guess…

  83. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    you hug the block and im a child of the internet

    ^

    son…i’m on the block like i’m eight feet tall…whatever that means.

  84. Dewill Says:

    Rick Astley >>>>>>

    I thought it was a black dude

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HrSN7176XI

  85. landlord Says:

    Boos Bigelow Says:

    Dr. John

    —————–

    LOL…. thats that weird voodoo, zydeco playing nigga …

    thats that regional Louisiana stuff… nah B he dont sound black …

  86. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    Chronic

    ^

    one of the best rap albums?!?! please fava fagive ’em (c) camel

  87. &What?! Says:

    At the end of the day different people are gonna have a different opinion on which debut is the best, but there are so many.

    I need to buy every classic rap album there is. Fuck new albums!

  88. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    Craig Mack and AZ

    ^

    now cats is just tawkin crayzeh

  89. Remixznflow Says:

    son…i’m on the block like i’m eight feet tall…whatever that means.

    ^
    traffic sign?

  90. Black Brokaw Says:

    biiggie is a dumbass. This nigga made an album called ready to die and subsequently got himself MURKED. career fail.

  91. landlord Says:

    2001 > The Chronic…

    all day …

  92. Remixznflow Says:

    Chronic

    ^

    one of the best rap albums?!?! please fava fagive ‘em (c) camel

    ^
    *dead*

  93. Black Brokaw Says:

    In the end we gonna find out ms wallace was the shooter. She couldn’t feed that big nigga no more

  94. landlord Says:

    Black Brokaw is close to surpassing Rick The Intern as bottom commenter …

  95. &What?! Says:

    son…i’m on the block like i’m eight feet tall…whatever that means.

    ^
    traffic sign?

    ^

    It’s in relation to basketball.. centers are tall (8 feet tall) and play on the block.. (im on the block)..

  96. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    for all who never tried it, i recommend shaving the armpits. shit makes u feel free and clean as a bird

  97. Remixznflow Says:

    It’s in relation to basketball.. centers are tall (8 feet tall) and play on the block.. (im on the block)..

    ^
    clearly im from the burbs.. that makes WAY more sense… smh

  98. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    Black Brokaw Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:38 pm
    In the end we gonna find out ms wallace was the shooter. She couldn’t feed that big nigga no more

    ^

    *catastrophic heart failure*

  99. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # landlord Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:34 pm

    Boos Bigelow Says:

    Dr. John

    —————–

    LOL…. thats that weird voodoo, zydeco playing nigga …

    thats that regional Louisiana stuff… nah B he dont sound black …
    __________________________________________________________

    Lol.he ..Dont sound black? You must not seen or heard the dude…

  100. Remixznflow Says:

    Black Brokaw is close to surpassing Rick The Intern as bottom commenter …

    ^
    i was just thinking that…

  101. landlord Says:

    ^^

    It’s in relation to basketball.. centers are tall (8 feet tall) and play on the block.. (im on the block)..

    ————-

    i think the traffic sign analogy works better… aint no 8 foot centers in no basketball league nowhere … but you may be right… alot of these rappers is hella dumb …

  102. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # Mr. Damn, He Ain’t Coppin’ That, Is He? Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:35 pm

    Chronic

    ^

    one of the best rap albums?!?! please fava fagive ‘em (c) camel
    _________________________________________________________________

    I bet you think Think the ECSTATIC or graduation is the best albums of all time…

  103. &What?! Says:

    Black Brokaw is close to surpassing Rick The Intern as bottom commenter …

    ^

    His disrespect to Biggie makes him near bottom status.

  104. Black Brokaw Says:

    # landlord Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:38 pm

    Black Brokaw is close to surpassing Rick The Intern as bottom commenter …
    *****
    I’d rather be a bottom commenter than a bottom

  105. Black Brokaw Says:

    I couldn’t even get a biggie poster thru my front door

  106. Remixznflow Says:

    what in heavens name is the deal with niggas and the ECSTATIC album?? i listened to that shit and it is in NO way a classic… maybe im missing something…

  107. landlord Says:

    i mean, how can see how you would say DrJohn was heavily influenced by blues singers… but he himself is obviously white sounding IMO …

    oh ive heard and seen him before … wifey momma and them is from Texas, and all they listen to, is shit like ZZ Hill and Dr John and Buckwheat Zydeco

  108. Black Brokaw Says:

    # &What?! Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:42 pm

    Black Brokaw is close to surpassing Rick The Intern as bottom commenter …

    ^

    His disrespect to Biggie makes him near bottom status.
    *****
    haha….you’d prolly slap me for for disrespecting biggie…but dap me for smashing your Mother

  109. &What?! Says:

    Christopher G Wallace other rappers I demolish..

  110. Black Brokaw Says:

    yeah

  111. landlord Says:

    id be willing to bet that Black Brokaw aint even black …

  112. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    [Jay-Z]
    Guess who’s bizack?
    You still smellin crack in my clothes
    Don’t make me have to relapse on these hoes
    Take it back out to taxin them roads
    When I was huggin it, niggaz couldn’t do nuttin wit it
    Straight from the oven wit it – came from the dirt
    I emerged from it all without a stain on my shirt
    You can blame my old earth, for the shit she instilled in me
    Still with me, pain plus work
    Shit she made me milk this game for all it’s worth
    That’s right, these niggaz can’t fuck with me
    I’m callin guts everytime, drag my nuts everytime
    Homey, we make a great combination don’t we?
    Me and the Face Mob, everytime we face-off
    Face it y’all, y’all niggaz playin basic ball
    I’m on the block like I’m eight feet tall
    Homey, I’m in the drop with the AC on
    That’s why the, streets embrace me dawg, I’m so cool!

    ^

    facemob/beans/jay – GUESS WHO’S BACK

    jay’s verse

    for all u cats with no historical rap knowledge

  113. &What?! Says:

    Face it y’all, y’all niggaz playin basic ball
    I’m on the block like I’m eight feet tall

    ^

    Basic ball/basketball

  114. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Black Brokaw is pure comedy.

    smh @ ppl takin him serious.

  115. Black Brokaw Says:

    fuck big east malls…this is the guy who owns the gayest hip hop lyric in hip hop history

  116. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Michael McDonald is a fraud….Dr. John has a cajun accent and music is real and pure…Aint no other white dudes in music is black sounding…

    Elton John is a fraud too…Dr. John is a mixture of blues and zydeco…which is a new orleans roots sound….but he makes blues music as well….Not in its purest form like robert johnson, son house or lil milton, but all them other white dudes is frauds…

  117. landlord Says:

    Eastern_Digital Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:48 pm
    Black Brokaw is pure comedy.

    smh @ ppl takin him serious.

    ———-

    i overstand what he’s TRYING to do… problem is, he has never been funny… not once… no one is taking him seriously, he’s just a herb and cornball

  118. b-ease Says:

    landlord Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:37 pm
    2001 > The Chronic…

    all day …

    ^^
    Word. Not taking anything away from the Chronic musically, but alot if Dre’s rhymes are just godawful on that LP.

  119. Remixznflow Says:

    Mr. Damn, He Ain’t Coppin’ That, Is He? Says:

    ^
    *daps*

    well that answers that…

  120. b-ease Says:

    of > if

  121. Frank Says:

    *dead at Black Brokaw*

    You’re on a roll.

  122. landlord Says:

    Boos Bigelow Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:50 pm
    Michael McDonald is a fraud….Dr. John has a cajun accent and music is real and pure…Aint no other white dudes in music is black sounding…

    Elton John is a fraud too…Dr. John is a mixture of blues and zydeco…which is a new orleans roots sound….but he makes blues music as well….Not in its purest form like robert johnson, son house or lil milton, but all them other white dudes is frauds…

    ————-

    overstood and agreed … DrJohn seems to live the culture while the others profit off it …

  123. SilkCityP Says:

    The War Report would….

    ^^^

    Co-Sign!!! That album in my opinion is one of the best produced albums of all time! Its gutter, dusty, and soulful… The War Report is pure crack

  124. landlord Says:

    *Rey’s it up*

    *has never heard cnn-war report*

    *quietly dowloads lp while no one is looking*

    *waits*

  125. Frank Says:

    Why doesn’t Nas have a good/better ear for beats? No doubt he’s a lyrical genius and will rap circles around your favorite rapper but his beat selection on albums is terrible. If only he had a Jeezy/Ross ear.

  126. Mr. Damn, He Ain't Coppin' That, Is He? Says:

    nah it’s basic ball

    listen again – he doesn’t say basketball

    tons of hot lines in that verse

  127. Boos Bigelow Says:

    I gave Black Brokaw the Jay treatment….I thought it was a regular that had a diff. name…this dude is fishing for internet beef and conflict….what makes it worse is that everyone usually skips over his comments…

  128. &What?! Says:

    nah it’s basic ball

    listen again – he doesn’t say basketball

    tons of hot lines in that verse

    ^

    I don’t mean he says basketball, but he’s referring to basketball the line after the one where he says ‘basic ball’

  129. Black Brokaw Says:

    who is this landlord fellow? Must be the most unhappiest nigga in the world. Interrupting bday parties at chuck-e-cheese n shit. Blowing out the candles on another kids cake.

  130. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Black Brokaw, your name popped up as soon the name Black Favre name came up…Lmao….either you switched up your name or you a fraud b….Sheeeit…I bet 50 you a white dude

    Ole rick the new intern wanna be ass Peckerwood

  131. landlord Says:

    Boos Bigelow Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:09 pm
    Black Brokaw, your name popped up as soon the name Black Favre name came up…Lmao

    ————

    exactly… which is why i stopped using Black Favre in the first place …

    i dont wanna be somehow mistakenly affiliated with this unoriginal style biting herb …

  132. verses Says:

    *yawns*

  133. &What?! Says:

    Has Busta Rhymes ever had a great album? Or Xzibit?

  134. Black Brokaw Says:

    land is like the michael richards of nah. Only he shouts “there’s an HERB!” live your life dude no one is “biting” your “style” whatever that means

  135. verses Says:

    *reads through the past posts*

    *sees slum village post*

    oh shit….

    *gets excited*

  136. verses Says:

    *reads through the past posts*

    *sees slum village post*

    oh shit….

    *gets excited* none

  137. Remixznflow Says:

    @&What?!

    yes

    at least one…

    i personally like “when disaster strikes”

  138. landlord Says:

    who the hell is Michael Richards?… is that one of your pale anglo friends?…

    you and MK47 STAY baffling me with these obscure white references… GTFOH with that shitty shit …

  139. b-ease Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:14 pm
    Has Busta Rhymes ever had a great album? Or Xzibit?

    ^^
    Neither has a pure classic in my opinion, but Busta’s first three LPs are all really ill, and Xzibits 40 Dayz and 40 Nights is really dope. Come to think of it, X’s “Aftermath” album, Restless, is real dope too.

  140. Black Brokaw Says:

    this guys claim to fame is a couple names in a comment section…..i really hope its eskay fuckin around. If its not then i dont know what to say to you. you pretty much shit on yourself.

  141. &What?! Says:

    Neither has a pure classic in my opinion, but Busta’s first three LPs are all really ill, and Xzibits 40 Dayz and 40 Nights is really dope. Come to think of it, X’s “Aftermath” album, Restless, is real dope too.

    ^

    I’ll need to have a listen.

  142. landlord Says:

    Black Brokaw Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:23 pm
    this guys claim to fame is a couple names in a comment section

    ————-

    this is more stupidity… aint nobody claiming any fame… mostly we’re just passing time … you the one trying to obtain your own, and ascertain some one elses’s so called online “claims to fame”… like niggas dont have more important and relevant shit to deal when offline … keep going, stupid …

  143. Remixznflow Says:

    Yeah xzhibits never been one of my favorite rappers… but im not much for the west coast anyway… never really…

    but yeah everything up until it anarchy for busta though…

  144. RIGZ Says:

    Stop playing with my emotions Rae….[II]

  145. RIGZ Says:

    # &What?! Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:14 pm

    Has Busta Rhymes ever had a great album? Or Xzibit?

    ^^^

    Xzibit’s 1st two LPs are real real close to classic status. Especially the 2nd one….

    & Busta’s LP track record is underrated…

  146. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    landlord Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:11 pm
    Boos Bigelow Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:09 pm
    Black Brokaw, your name popped up as soon the name Black Favre name came up…Lmao

    ————

    exactly… which is why i stopped using Black Favre in the first place …

    i dont wanna be somehow mistakenly affiliated with this unoriginal style biting herb …
    =========================================
    lol all this timeI thought Black Farve and Brokaw were you Land. smh

  147. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Busta’s LP track record is underrated…

    ^^
    truth.com

    Bustas legacy as a whole is underrated too.

    Everything Remains Raw >>>

  148. verses Says:

    …mostly we’re just passing time

    ^^^^^^^^^^
    cosign

    # RIGZ Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    Stop playing with my emotions Rae….[II]

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    again cosign

  149. RIGZ Says:

    This dudes tryna bring back 97 all by himself lol

    I aint mad at him though

  150. Black Brokaw Says:

    like niggas dont have more important and relevant shit to deal when offline
    *****
    obviously you don’t lol. you started this one dude. hopefully you can finish it but i dont see that happening cuz you already lost.

  151. RIGZ Says:

    Bustas legacy as a whole is underrated too.

    Everything Remains Raw >>>

    ^^^

    I been saying this….His whole image was a gift and a curse…cos that dude can still MC better than ALOTTA dudes, and he’s had a LL-esque run…

    Bredahs just dont take him serious enough, cos he was never killing a million dudes a track I guess..I dunno..I still think he’s one of the best to ever do it

    *shrugs*

  152. Smoke Greene Says:

    # Black Brokaw Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:36 pm

    biiggie is a dumbass. This nigga made an album called ready to die and subsequently got himself MURKED. career fail.
    =====================================
    Die from dick cancer

  153. RIGZ Says:

    And Wha gwarn to whoever debout…

  154. landlord Says:

    Brooklyn Strong says

    lol all this timeI thought Black Farve and Brokaw were you Land. smh

    ———–

    SMH…

    see what im saying?… the faggot couldnt even create a distinct screenname … and no … he aint even black …

  155. Black Brokaw Says:

    # Smoke Greene Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:39 pm

    # Black Brokaw Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 5:36 pm

    biiggie is a dumbass. This nigga made an album called ready to die and subsequently got himself MURKED. career fail.
    =====================================
    Die from dick cancer
    *****
    lol did i hurt your feelings?

  156. Remixznflow Says:

    # RIGZ Says:
    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:39 pm

    Bustas legacy as a whole is underrated too.

    Everything Remains Raw >>>

    ^^^

    I been saying this….His whole image was a gift and a curse…cos that dude can still MC better than ALOTTA dudes, and he’s had a LL-esque run…

    Bredahs just dont take him serious enough, cos he was never killing a million dudes a track I guess..I dunno..I still think he’s one of the best to ever do it

    *shrugs*

    ^
    agreed… you could put his albums on shuffle and rarely hit the skip on the ipod…

    hes under rated because his image changed i think…

  157. landlord Says:

    i was Black Favre … but NOT Black Brokaw …

    i have never hid behind an alias or created one to trick anybody, or to cosign or argue with myself …

  158. Black Brokaw Says:

    HAHA i didnt do a damn thing to landboy over here and look at him go. all because of a screen name. JESUS CHRIST your so far gone. Black Brokaw all day … fuck black favre LOL

  159. RIGZ Says:

    What the fuck are you lot talking about in ere? LOL

  160. lurk nowitzki Says:

    I thought it was BasEketball, like the movie.

  161. Black Brokaw Says:

    look at black favre dressed in his purple shirt and tights. jumping around with the boys but hes black so he has to say no homo….Black Brokaw BITCH foh screen name boy. “It was my name first” LOL

  162. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    landlord Says:

    December 2nd, 2009 at 6:42 pm
    Brooklyn Strong says

    lol all this timeI thought Black Farve and Brokaw were you Land. smh

    ———–

    SMH…

    see what im saying?… the faggot couldnt even create a distinct screenname … and no … he aint even black
    ==================================
    wow!!

  163. Big Rizahb Says:

    I thought ‘Black On Both Sides’ was a flawless debut.

  164. donkilluminati Says:

    ^ it is

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