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Young Jeezy feat. Lil Boosie – Miss Me (prod. The Olympicks)

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69 Responses to “Young Jeezy feat. Lil Boosie – Miss Me (prod. The Olympicks)”

  1. nation Says:

    bammas

  2. Babydoll Says:

    Gat dammit! I wanted to hear this…can we get a stream please?

    Thanks,

    BD

  3. Beezy Says:

    yea nate stream up

  4. b-ease Says:

    Beezy Says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 2:06 pm
    b-ease supports the Stupak Amendment

    ^^
    Why yes. Yes, I do.

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

    Didnt know they made Cincinnati Bengal fitted…*shrugs*

  6. Babydoll Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 2:06 pm
    ^
    So you heard it? Where does it rank amongst the others..?

    ^^
    Yea, I copped that shit on Saturday. It’s the weakest of their albums, but still crackish. The “girl” songs on this are unlistenable, as opposed to just being reaches. And the production on the last three tracks (though I love the songs in their entirety), just don’t have the consistency of the other two LPs, which were crack beats all the way thru in my opinion.

    With that said, its the 3rd best album of the year. As opposed to Lord Willin, which was top 5 that year, but faced stiff (ll) comp, and Hell Hath which actually was the dopest hiphop album to come out that year.

    ^excellent synopsis

  7. why? Says:

    I remember in a interview with No I.D that nowadays too many rappers use a different producer for each song on their albums. I can’t really think of a great album at the moment that has a a bunch of producers other than OBFCL2, BP1, and a few others. In the past decade the very best albums with not that many producers are –

    Madvillainy
    Stankonia
    Hell Hath No Fury
    College Dropout
    Late Registration
    Be
    and some I can’t think of right now.

  8. el feces loco Says:

    #

    People also forget that most of these niggas was crack babies too.

    ^^^^
    disagree.. only pain they prolly experience w prolly not gettin the toys they wanted…crack baby rappers have craziest life n the most pain in they lyrics..stories be crazy …(c)maino

    ^^I agree with crack baby pain, but most of them don’t know how to express that pain thru lyrics so they do it thru funny clothes, homosexuality and wacky tattoos.
    # el feces loco Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 2:10 pm

    Yo BBD you know how to ride motorbikes?

  9. Beezy Says:

    its funny how Rick and Bernard are constantly at loggerheads, yet their political views and identical

  10. b-ease Says:

    I did not like Lord Willin for soeme reason

    ^^
    Word? I’m actually kind of surprised to hear you say that Plug. What was wack to you, beats? Rhymes? Or just not feeling the vibe of the LP in general?

  11. b-ease Says:

    Chad taught beezy the term “loggerheads”.

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

    # why? Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 2:10 pm

    I remember in a interview with No I.D that nowadays too many rappers use a different producer for each song on their albums. I can’t really think of a great album at the moment that has a a bunch of producers other than OBFCL2, BP1, and a few others. In the past decade the very best albums with not that many producers are –

    Madvillainy
    Stankonia
    Hell Hath No Fury
    College Dropout
    Late Registration
    Be
    and some I can’t think of right now.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Elzhi – Preface

  13. COCCA88crazy88SINCE88 Says:

    _____________________________________________CRACKrocks!

  14. b-ease Says:

    *punches Lil’Boosies’ barber in the fucking face off GP*

  15. el feces loco Says:

    yea ONE in house producer(s) allows the album to have more cohesiveness, a producer (or team of) can steer the album in a direction you just can’t get in a process of “getting beats” from a whole bunch of “hot” producers.

  16. Beezy Says:

    Chad taught me much about life

  17. el feces loco Says:

    LF: I wonder what MaxB, OJ Simpson and Remy Ma are doing right now?

  18. Plug Says:

    Word? I’m actually kind of surprised to hear you say that Plug. What was wack to you, beats? Rhymes? Or just not feeling the vibe of the LP in general?
    ——
    I dont know. the first 2 songs were bangers. other than that. I aint fock wit it. all the other bass heads did tho. didnt that come out right around the time Juelz came out? I might have been bumpin that

  19. Troyvul Says:

    *punches Lil’Boosies’ barber in the fucking face off GP*
    ^
    word.

  20. b-ease Says:

    you just can’t get in a process of “getting beats” from a whole bunch of “hot” producers.

    ^^
    Word. When did this become the trend? Illmatic was a clusterfuck of producers, but they all seemed to be on the same page. The “I’m getting all the hot producers” era started when R&B and hiphop melded, the economy was so good that niggas could afford it, and potential hits became more important than cohesive projects.

    Word to Ghetto Fabolous. I’ve honestly never heard a Fab album in its entirety besides that one. It ruined him as an artist for me forever. Even if I do enjoy his verses from time to time.

  21. TheCo!!inB Says:

    I said it yesterday on twitter but the mix of TTCD (retail) is too bass heavy for most cars unless you’ve installed a sound system. The bass is way too pronounced on most tracks and it drowns out the instrumentation on most tracks. I didn’t mind too much though because Pharrell solo on the keyboard is less than to be desired. If I knew Chad was on the keys though I’d be heated.

  22. el feces loco Says:

    Jail is like pre death..niggas forget about you like you dead but you still living..too alive for a mural and candles dead enough to get a bottle poured out for you.

  23. b-ease Says:

    LF: I wonder what MaxB, OJ Simpson and Remy Ma are doing right now?

    ^^
    Max B – crying and praying

    Remy Ma – eating pussy

    OJ – talking to himself while simultaneously being treated like a king by the other inmates

  24. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Hell Hath which actually was the dopest hiphop album to come out that year
    ^
    Lmao

    Doctors Advocate >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>. HH

  25. Plug Says:

    I said it yesterday on twitter but the mix of TTCD (retail) is too bass heavy for most cars unless you’ve installed a sound system. The bass is way too pronounced on most tracks and it drowns out the instrumentation on most tracks. I didn’t mind too much though because Pharrell solo on the keyboard is less than to be desired. If I knew Chad was on the keys though I’d be heated.
    ———
    I agree. dont seem like it was mastered right. but then again Im sure you dont have the store bought just like me so I reserved judgement. but somethin not right on it

  26. Frank Says:

    Young Jizzle my favorite rapper.

  27. Black Brokaw Says:

    clipse needs different producers. That neptunes sound doesnt fit them

  28. Beezy Says:

    im throwin a big ass party when digital scales gets outta jail

  29. why? Says:

    Lil Boosie is probably one of Flavor Flav’s 30 children. Flav is only aware of 10 so he’s probably unaware that Boosie is number 11. I don’t know why but every time that guys name comes to mind I think of how he helped fuck up P.E.

    It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back >

  30. Black Brokaw Says:

    homogenized coke rap is what they sound like

  31. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    The Big Bang >>> HH

  32. Hartley Says:

    Every morning when i get online the first site I go to is Nahright, without fail. This has gone on for two and a half years. Basically I am writing all that just to say that I don’t even listen to hip-hop anymore but I’m addicted to Nahright. I listen to stuff like Animal Collective, Atlas Sound, Passion Pit and The Strokes. Carry on. BRRRRR BRRRR BRRRR.

  33. PsicoMagia Says:

    Yo BBD you know how to ride motorbikes?
    ^^^^
    Lmao

  34. el feces loco Says:

    I don’t think Max is crying..nigga did 10 already..I don’t think Remy “eating” pussy she prolly getting ate though, prolly got some lil lite skinned cutie from Queens that’s doing time for welfare fraud holding her belt.

    I think niggas still wanna broom handle stick OJ for that Nicole shit..he prolly in the only prison in the US with more whites than blacks..NEVADA?

  35. TheCo!!inB Says:

    you can thank Jay Z for that one as well (getting a bunch of diff producers). Right after IMLT V1 shit got outta control. It’s rare for a producer and artist to lock in now. 9th, Madlib and Kno (cunninglinguist) are the only ones I know who still do it.

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

    I said it yesterday on twitter but the mix of TTCD (retail) is too bass heavy for most cars unless you’ve installed a sound system. The bass is way too pronounced on most tracks and it drowns out the instrumentation on most tracks. I didn’t mind too much though because Pharrell solo on the keyboard is less than to be desired. If I knew Chad was on the keys though I’d be heated.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    i never understood how dope HHNF was until i bought some subwoofers for the whip

  37. London Bloke Says:

    Beezy Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 2:22 pm
    im throwin a big ass party when digital scales gets outta jail
    ^

    A Crazy Rey kinda party (rip)

    co-join it in hommage to his death due to heart failure

  38. Black Brokaw Says:

    Drop it like its hot is the neptunes beat beat

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

    Momma I’m So Sorry >>>>>>>

    Hello New World >>>>>>>>

    Keys Open Doors >>>>>>>

  40. Black Brokaw Says:

    Give it to me was one their best too

  41. Beezy Says:

    yea RIP Rey…who has a heart attack at 28?

    SMH

  42. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    skinned cutie from Queens
    ^
    Lol

  43. London Bloke Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 2:23 pm
    The Big Bang >>> HH

    ^

    Nah that show kinda cheesy. And nerdy.

    Although I have manages to watch a few

  44. Black Brokaw Says:

    Hola Hovito was probably Timbos best beat

  45. London Bloke Says:

    Beezy Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 2:27 pm
    yea RIP Rey…who has a heart attack at 28?

    SMH

    ^
    eskay?

  46. cOLD Says:

    Nah that show kinda cheesy. And nerdy.

    ^ you aint know, cheesy and nerdy is the new cool.

  47. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Big Bang had a lot of dope beats on it…..the rhymes how ever were warm trash. That album probably had the best beats Busta’s ever spit on.

  48. why? Says:

    Blasting Ride Around Shining from your car at night like an arrogant ass but not giving a fuck because that song is good >

  49. cOLD Says:

    London Bloke forever taking shots at eskay, and I yet to see eskay respond. Ether?

  50. el feces loco Says:

    Every morning when i get online the first site I go to is Nahright, without fail. This has gone on for two and a half years. Basically I am writing all that just to say that I don’t even listen to hip-hop anymore but I’m addicted to Nahright. I listen to stuff like Animal Collective, Atlas Sound, Passion Pit and The Strokes. Carry on. BRRRRR BRRRR BRRRR.

    ^^THIS..cept for now Nahright is the last place I come to because I know they gon have all the shit I ignored on the first 4 sites I visited.

    carwise I been on my Jamaican shit lately..online I listen to Spittage, GW beats, hollowman, Nickelus F, J.Cole, Bernard, Eli Porter, Joelle, etc… Radio in the crib stay on ESPN or WFAN.

    I havent checked for much Name Brand rap.

  51. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Nah that show kinda cheesy. And nerdy
    ^
    Nigga, i was talking about Busta Rhymes Big Bang

  52. cOLD Says:

    *eats Planters Cashews halves & pieces*

  53. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Every morning when i get online the first site I go to is Nahright, without fail. This has gone on for two and a half years. Basically I am writing all that just to say that I dont even listen to hip-hop anymore but Im addicted to Nahright. I listen to stuff like Animal Collective, Atlas Sound, Passion Pit and The Strokes. Carry on. BRRRRR BRRRR BRRRR.
    ————
    *dead*

  54. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    That album probably had the best beats Busta’s ever spit on.
    ^
    That’s what i said. I think it;s his best LP.

  55. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    *latepass*

    its like this nigga Game is addicted to losing, who the fuck would get a star trak tatt? like seriously?

    LF: That buffalo chicken sub from subway is one of the illest sandwiches ever

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

    Hola Hovito was probably Timbos best beat
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    Timbos production for Aaliyah and Missy >>>>> beats for other acts

  57. PastorKerneyThomas Miwacles Says:

    “I never understood how a beat could make a rapper better when hip hop is essentially based on accapellas..if the rapper is wack..fuck the beat. Hip hop ain’t about beats as much as its about the vocals”

    ^^^^co-sign.
    I’ve always felt the exact same way but the game changed. Nowadayz 1 hot beat can have the whole rap world quoting weak ass lyrics no matter how awful they may be. Whether its just a hot single that blew somebodys name up (see V.I.C – Get silly) or even worse, if bangin beats made your WHOLE CAREER (see Gucci Mane – any song).

    Why can i quote a Plies verse when he is lyrically one of the worst rappers (i refuse to call him an MC) of all time? BEATS. Nobody listens anymore, muhfukkas just wanna dance 4 a few minutes and then its on 2 the next one

  58. cOLD Says:

    LF: That buffalo chicken sub from subway is one of the illest sandwiches ever

    ^ ever had that buffalo pizza… straight crack.

  59. TheCo!!inB Says:

    I was skimming and whoever said “Drop it Like it’s Hot” is the neptunes best beat. I hope someone bangs on your cranium like the bass drum in that song.
    “Bossman” by Beanie Man is their best beat ever. That shit GOES!

  60. why? Says:

    Eli Porter >

    “See I’mma let you know who the best, by the hour/it’s like Rosie O’Donnell at a bisexual bridal shower/it ain’t nuttin’ to me, mayne, I keep it forreal…“

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

    LF: every time i refreshed a post with a picture of LilBoosie i automatically think Flava Flav

  62. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    choosing the right beats is a SKILL

    which is why I begrudgingly have to admit that Jay>Nas

    and I’m an Esco stan (not like cOLD, tho)

  63. Babydoll Says:

    6 babies gone mix me, can’t no nigga ever take my position

    ^Miss Info was kind enough to stream it on her site

  64. Babydoll Says:

    *miss me

    SMH

  65. cOLD Says:

    choosing the right beats is a SKILL

    which is why I begrudgingly have to admit that Jay>Nas

    and I’m an Esco stan (not like cOLD, tho)

    ^ any one can pick a dope beat, but it takes a real artist to create dopeness off a subpar track. But hey if you wanna have the beat be the reasoning for your song poppin, and not the message in the content, who am I to judge.

  66. Ghost Writer Says:

    Babydoll Says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 2:07 pm
    Gat dammit! I wanted to hear this…can we get a stream please?

    Thanks,

    BD

    ^
    This

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