Kardinal Offishall – We Gon’ Go

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The new single from his upcoming Mr. International album, produced by Supa Dave West (De La Soul.)

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100 Responses to “Kardinal Offishall – We Gon’ Go”

  1. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    I swear also, that playmakers was a great great great great show, but espn got shook by the nfl and took it off the air….

  2. b-ease Says:

    Lost is better than both

    ^^
    I’ve only seen a few sporadic episodes of Lost, but based on what I’ve seen, the above statement is false.

  3. Beezy Says:

    I used to like Abramoff’s restaurant…Signature I think it was called.

    now he is disgraced and in jail.

    Sequoia is the best restaurant in DC….thats accesible to ppl other than congress members.

  4. b-ease Says:

    plus, I dont think aberdeen is near anything that great.

    ^^
    I lived in Maryland my entire life (except for a brief stint in Brooklyn) and while I’ve heard of it, I have no idea where Aberdeen is. And MD is not a large state. So yea, I doubt its near anything that great.

  5. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:22 pm
    what are you a lobbyist?

    ^^
    I was going to ask a similar question…

    ***Like i said, K-street is the spot for lawyers or politicians….lobbyists are right in the middle (no Monie)…

  6. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:24 pm
    Lost is better than both

    ^^
    I’ve only seen a few sporadic episodes of Lost, but based on what I’ve seen, the above statement is false.

    ^^^

    and thats the problem with lost, you have to watch every single episode, if not ur are “Lost”, its not a csi or other type of show, every single thing is a clue and its so well done that u cant miss a show, i would buy all the seasons and go back and watch them, i promise you, it will be the best show that you have watched…

  7. a tribe called quest Says:

    He didnt mean average in terms of content, he meant average in terms of quality. Essentially, are you saying that most albums that dropped this year on the same level of quality as Cuban Link II?

    –bease you cant be serious asking that, this has been one of the best years as far as Hip hop albums since 03-04…

    Street Hop
    DTR
    Relapse (shut up)
    BP3
    MOTM
    to name a few all have better quality

  8. b-ease Says:

    lobbyists are right in the middle (no Monie)…

    ^^
    Ike is still king of disclaimers and inexplicable “no’s”.

  9. Beezy Says:

    OB4CL2 > MOTM

    and im a CuDi fanboy

  10. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:25 pm
    plus, I dont think aberdeen is near anything that great.

    ^^
    I lived in Maryland my entire life (except for a brief stint in Brooklyn) and while I’ve heard of it, I have no idea where Aberdeen is. And MD is not a large state. So yea, I doubt its near anything that great.

    ***My sister was out there, last week-she’s in the army, and had a course @ the Aberdeen Proving Ground…I think it’s < an hour away…

  11. b-ease Says:

    this has been one of the best years as far as Hip hop albums since 03-04…

    ^^
    Unfortunately for hiphop, that’s not saying much.

    I’m not going to attack your list, because in your heart you know how shitty Relapse is.

  12. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    I swear also, that playmakers was a great great great great show, but espn got shook by the nfl and took it off the air….
    ^^^^

    Playmakers had a crack head as a star running back, i always wondered who that was…i always thought hbo would pick that show up , but the nvr did

  13. b-ease Says:

    Beezy Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:27 pm
    OB4CL2 > MOTM

    and im a CuDi fanboy

    ^^
    Holy shit. This pretty much seals it. Tribe is officially on his own with this one.

  14. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:26 pm
    lobbyists are right in the middle (no Monie)…

    ^^
    Ike is still king of disclaimers and inexplicable “no’s”.

    ***LOL…half the time, my disclaimers are only done for the purpose of wordplay (no scrabble)

  15. b-ease Says:

    think it’s < an hour away…

    ^^
    From DC?

  16. KzA Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:25 pm
    plus, I dont think aberdeen is near anything that great.

    ^^
    I lived in Maryland my entire life (except for a brief stint in Brooklyn) and while I’ve heard of it, I have no idea where Aberdeen is. And MD is not a large state. So yea, I doubt its near anything that great.
    ^^

    my work is moving to aberdeen proving ground…think people are moving to like burbs of Bmore

  17. a tribe called quest Says:

    Holy shit. This pretty much seals it. Tribe is officially on his own with this one.

    –Wow Beezy just Sarah Palin’d me.

  18. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    in your heart you know how shitty Relapse is.

    ***LOL…like the nigga’s having a psychic struggle, and shit…like when Tevin Campbell fans tried to pretend they didn’t know he was a fruit, from the first time he was featured on “the Fresh Prince”….

  19. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Playmakers was my joint…LOVED that show….

  20. b-ease Says:

    like when Tevin Campbell fans tried to pretend they didn’t know he was a fruit, from the first time he was featured on “the Fresh Prince”….

    ^^
    Gayest popular R&B singer ever. And thats saying something, considering. Pause.

  21. Beezy Says:

    sad to say, I actually think Ross made the album of the year in 2009

    despite having like 6 filler tracks that b-ease unrealistically justifies as good songs

  22. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:27 pm
    I swear also, that playmakers was a great great great great show, but espn got shook by the nfl and took it off the air….
    ^^^^

    Playmakers had a crack head as a star running back, i always wondered who that was…i always thought hbo would pick that show up , but the nvr did

    ^^^
    i have that season on DVD, that shit should have went to HBO, that 1 season was the best shit on TV in years.

  23. cOLD Says:

    i would buy all the seasons and go back and watch them

    ^ seriesgringas >>>

    nate put me on this site a while back. Any and everything thats on tv, all seasons and all episodes.

  24. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:29 pm
    think it’s < an hour away…

    ^^
    From DC?

    ***probably…I think it’s like 48 miles from my crib, and I live in Upper Marlboro…

  25. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:30 pm
    in your heart you know how shitty Relapse is.

    ***LOL…like the nigga’s having a psychic struggle, and shit…like when Tevin Campbell fans tried to pretend they didn’t know he was a fruit, from the first time he was featured on “the Fresh Prince”….
    ^^^^

    I dont care what you say about Tevin Campbell, but he had a song written by prince, called break it down or sumthin like that, man back in the day i gotta lot of girls to that song….”Do u after school like some homework”

  26. KzA Says:

    sopranos is crazy based on the fact that there were 86 episodes, each an hour long. thats 86 hours of a story…

  27. b-ease Says:

    sad to say, I actually think Ross made the album of the year in 2009

    despite having like 6 filler tracks that b-ease unrealistically justifies as good songs

    ^^
    Co-sign first statement.

    First statement makes second statement moot.

  28. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    Applaud the snowflake @ work listening to TICAL on her iPod @ work, on the low too… now im gonna holla @ her, lol.

  29. a tribe called quest Says:

    Who was tevin campbell on the fresh prince?

  30. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:27 pm
    I swear also, that playmakers was a great great great great show, but espn got shook by the nfl and took it off the air….
    ^^^^

    Playmakers had a crack head as a star running back, i always wondered who that was…i always thought hbo would pick that show up , but the nvr did

    ^^^
    i have that season on DVD, that shit should have went to HBO, that 1 season was the best shit on TV in years.
    ^^^^

    Man that show was classic and its well reported that the nfl put pressure on espn to end it

  31. Ghost Writer Says:

    This guy is dope…underrated I don’t care who says different

  32. b-ease Says:

    Who was tevin campbell on the fresh prince?

    ^^
    I think he actually played himself one episode, or was one of Ashleys boyfriends. Or a combination of the two.

  33. Beezy Says:

    tribe’s musical opinions are straight up d-block status

  34. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    @ ease- 70 miles from DC; i just looked it up…

    Rental Space
    Available Properties
    About Aberdeen

    The City of Aberdeen is an “All-America City” strategically located on the MARC, AMTRAK, and CSX railways, numerous state and interstate highways, and two international airports.

    Distance to Baltimore, MD——————30 miles
    Distance to Washington, DC—————70 miles
    Distance to Philadelphia, PA—————70 miles
    Distance to New York City, NY———–156 miles

  35. nation Says:

    I just cleared the cache

    Beezy, can you check

  36. a tribe called quest Says:

    whats that kanye about tevin campbell?

  37. b-ease Says:

    Beezy Says:

    December 8th, 2009 at 1:34 pm
    tribe’s musical opinions are straight up d-block status

    ^^
    I’d argue worse actually.

  38. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    dont care what you say about Tevin Campbell, but he had a song written by prince, called break it down or sumthin like that, man back in the day i gotta lot of girls to that song….”Do u after school like some homework”

    ***Prince re-made that song, himself, and it was actually better…Tevin’s version was thorough, too…too bad he was singing to ‘Twan’n’dem….

  39. a tribe called quest Says:

    After his appearance in the 1990 film Graffiti Bridge, Campbell made a guest appearance the following year on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, playing fictional teen idol, “Little T”, a celebrity crush and date of Ashley’s first season in the episode “Just Infatuation”. In a later series, he was referenced when Will threatened to destroy Ashley’s Tevin Campbell posters after she plays with Will’s signature baseball. In 1995, Campbell voiced the character Powerline in Disney’s A Goofy Movie, singing the songs “Stand Out” and “I 2 I”.

    In 1999, Campbell made another guest appearance on the hit show Moesha alongside Brandy Norwood. In the episode, “Rite Stuff.”

    Campbell played the role of Seaweed J. Stubbs in the Broadway musical Hairspray. He joined the cast in December 2005.[10]

  40. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Damn r kelly came out this week, gotta go buy chesters album

  41. Premier Says:

    Eskay’s connection lol

  42. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    dont care what you say about Tevin Campbell, but he had a song written by prince, called break it down or sumthin like that, man back in the day i gotta lot of girls to that song….”Do u after school like some homework”

    ***Prince re-made that song, himself, and it was actually better…Tevin’s version was thorough, too…too bad he was singing to ‘Twan’n’dem….
    ^^^

    Damn u gotta a link for that,

  43. a tribe called quest Says:

    My musical opinions are goat, its what i dont like that gets the most attention (Ghost post SC work, Freeway, OB4CL2 praise, Freeways career, freeway)

  44. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Out of all the concerts ive been too, prince concert has had the finest women

  45. KzA Says:

    nothing Nate…

    ouch

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