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Video: Wale x J. Cole Live in D.C. (New Year’s Day)

YN caught the Roc Boys’ show at Club 9:30 in D.C. last Friday.

Up top is their collabo “Beautiful Bliss.” Below are “Just Begun,” “A Star Is Born,” “Dollar & A Dream,” and “Pretty Girls.”

Before Cole does his “Just Begun” verse acapella, he explains how Kweli masterminded the collabo.

J. Cole – Just Begun

J. Cole Interview

J. Cole – Dollar & A Dream

J. Cole – A Star Is Born

Wale Interview

Wale – Pretty Girls


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25 Responses to “Video: Wale x J. Cole Live in D.C. (New Year’s Day)”

  1. cOLD Says:

    ACTII?

  2. landlord Says:

    i forgot Joell Ortiz was even in slaughterhouse …

    i forget he even exists at times… he’s far from wack and has hella bars… but i just cant connect to his music for whatever reason …

  3. cOLD Says:

    i forgot Joell Ortiz was even in slaughterhouse …

    i forget he even exists at times… he’s far from wack and has hella bars… but i just cant connect to his music for whatever reason …

    ^ maybe this is the reason Dre let him go.

  4. Beezy Says:

    moldy cheese > b-ease

  5. b-ease Says:

    Mad Men > Lost

    ^^
    Yes. Off of snowball eye candy alone.

  6. CiCi The Intern Says:

    I see you, I-270! …

  7. b-ease Says:

    ^ maybe this is the reason Dre let him go.

    ^^
    No maybe involved. This is exactly why Dre let him go. He’s a decent rapper, but he’s not built for recorded material. They shouldve never let these niggas out the street corner cypher.

  8. b-ease Says:

    *punches beezy again*

    *in the face*

  9. LondonBloke: Internahtional Man of Mystery Says:

    Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    January 4th, 2010 at 10:09 am
    LB, what was yall conversation?

    ^

    Basically at there was a clash of different circles I roll wid due to lack of individuals to play football with.

    Some of the more “sweet-boy[n]”/legitimate people I know were playing football on bank holiday but needed couple more players so I mistakenly lol asked some of the more rogue hood niggas and an argument ensued about the way different niggas approach females

    Hood niggas stayed firm on their stance that “oi” or “yo” shouted from a distance followed by a quick succession of necessary/relevant questions were needed

    Them others were arguing for the formal “hi my name is ______ introduction” followed by a conversation based on surroundings i.e. what you up to then finished with a polite asking for telephone number

    Hilarity ensued

  10. The Shot Clock Says:

    these guys are boring.

    but best of luck to them

  11. Dewill Says:

    personality >>>>>

  12. cOLD Says:

    They shouldve never let these niggas out the street corner cypher.

    ^ yea for what its worth, these 2 cultures of battle rhyming and making actual decent hip hop songs are worlds apart.

  13. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    January 4th, 2010 at 10:23 am

    ^ maybe this is the reason Dre let him go.

    ^^
    No maybe involved. This is exactly why Dre let him go. He’s a decent rapper, but he’s not built for recorded material. They shouldve never let these niggas out the street corner cypher.
    ^^^

    But can’t you say that about 75% of rappers right now? These dudes are straight off the street corner. They don’t know anything about song structure and whatnot. That shit takes time to build over time.

  14. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    January 4th, 2010 at 10:26 am

    They shouldve never let these niggas out the street corner cypher.

    ^ yea for what its worth, these 2 cultures of battle rhyming and making actual decent hip hop songs are worlds apart.
    ^^^

    Ask Fab.

  15. cOLD Says:

    poon>potential>personality >>>>>

  16. Beezy Says:

    dirty fleas clinging > b-ease rap/singing

  17. landlord Says:

    Charles Hamilton exhibits great song structure for a relative rookie …

  18. cOLD Says:

    CiCi The Intern Says:

    January 4th, 2010 at 10:27 am
    # cOLD Says:
    January 4th, 2010 at 10:26 am

    They shouldve never let these niggas out the street corner cypher.

    ^ yea for what its worth, these 2 cultures of battle rhyming and making actual decent hip hop songs are worlds apart.
    ^^^

    Ask Fab.

    but even fab manages to toe the line of both.

  19. Mr. Papagiorgio Says:

    i still haven’t heard a j. cole song in it’s entirety.

    which is weird b/c i think he MONSTERED that reflection eternal/mos/jay elec jawn….

  20. cOLD Says:

    Charles Hamilton exhibits great song structure for a relative rookie

    ^ I think the key for a successfull song writer is flat out english composition, and some depth as a person.

  21. The Shot Clock Says:

    personality >>>>>

    ^

    this. really.

  22. CiCi The Intern Says:

    but even fab manages to toe the line of both.
    ^^^

    When I listen to Fab’s music, I feel like he overemphasizes his “battle rapper/freestyle” side ie. with his punchlines (wack or not). But as far as him putting together a decent, cohesive record? Ain’t seeing it.

  23. cOLD Says:

    But as far as him putting together a decent, cohesive record? Ain’t seeing it.

    ^ uhh umm, you make me better?

  24. landlord Says:

    the GOAT says

    “…this that black Elohim Annunaki rap,
    that Farrakahn Akeem Olajuwon Qaddafi rap,
    i dedicate this to my niggas in New Orleans
    rocking black & gold stocking caps and fleur de lis Shockey hats …”

    this nigga reference GOD, Malachi York, the Nation of Islam, the french monarchy, the NBA, 3rd Ward Niggas, and the New Orlean Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey in like, 4 bars…

    clearly HE is the GOD MC…

    JayZ stole the name from him, before JayE was even in effect

  25. Dewill Says:

    Most women know if they would fuk u within a minute or minutes of seeing u… and if ur not what they want, or not the handsomest lad, u can smite her with ur charm and personality..

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