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Video: Dame Grease – The Best

This is so disrespectful. No really, autotune on Exhibit A?


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78 Responses to “Video: Dame Grease – The Best”

  1. Premier Says:

    eat shit and die Dame Grease

  2. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    Dame should’ve done abeat himself. The Autotune kinda works tho.

    It’s Exhibit A btw, Nate.

  3. yaboy Says:

    ghostwriters much?
    ^

    yeah, pipe down smooth.. ‘ol outta the woodwork looking ass..

  4. NovemberEnd Says:

    Dame Grease > Swizz Beats

  5. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Arguing about a Jay album is like arguing over which cookie taste the best…hell its a cookie.

    But grandma’s, and nilla wafers are the goats

  6. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    Cant hate on Dame Grease solely off his work with Max and Frenchie tho.

  7. yaboy Says:

    the fake eyelashes on this chick are laughable.. huge.

    fake eyelashes in general? thoughts?

  8. yaboy Says:

    NovemberEnd Says:
    January 5th, 2010 at 8:22 pm

    Dame Grease > Swizz Beats

    ^
    all day. never really liked swizzy’s style at all.. nh.

  9. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    I see Dre posted it…no offence Nate (and Dre)

  10. NovemberEnd Says:

    This is so disrespectful. No really, autotune on Exhibit A?
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    please disregard 8:22pm comment

  11. yaboy Says:

    It’s Exhibit A btw, Nate.
    ^

    This entry was posted by Dre

  12. hl Says:

    I agree AG was very strong Lyrically. But ghostwriters? Nah B. Kanye and Wayne mabey, but not Jay. Jay kinda bodied Nas on American Gangster, I doubt Jay knows anyone that can write a verse that good besides himself.

    Nas>Jay BTW

  13. NovemberEnd Says:

    cant believe they made i video for this shit sandwich

  14. Gravity Says:

    …I’d tell Big they’re still hearin’ his songs
    run into Pac ask him where we went wrong
    tell him life is miserable when ya dealin’ in the physical form
    Is everything that’s invisible gone?
    I need to know! Will I still feel pain or will it be ironic?
    Will I chill in the flames for all the ills of my brain?
    Can I reveal the game to all the hustlers
    trapped in the race, and if so can I leave this place?
    Can I puff cigars & drink Cristal?
    If this is heaven to me is this considered heavenly?
    Can I still touch lives answer they “whats & whys”
    make sure everybody in my fam’ clutch five.
    If I should die…
    …don’t cry my niggas

  15. b-ease Says:

    Cant hate on Dame Grease solely off his work with Max and Frenchie tho.

    ^^
    It’s Dark and Hell is Hot was enough to give dude leeway to drop crap forever.

  16. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    @ Gravity

    And they say that no one has ever spit like Big was on LAD…comical to me…

  17. Digital Scales Says:

    It’s Dark and Hell is Hot was enough to give dude leeway to drop crap forever.
    ___

    I was gon gon say.

  18. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    It’s Dark and Hell is Hot was enough to give dude leeway to drop crap forever.
    ^
    I hear from the Max and Frenchie enthusiast that Dame was giving them niggas unadulterated heat…i wouldn’t know..

  19. kelito-vision Says:

    yeah somebody need to whup Dame’s ass for this….only Buddens and Royce should be allowed to rap over a beat Jay Electronica has ever blessed

  20. Boos Bigelow Says:

    New York went completely brain dead when Max B went away…He was the only new nigga with a different sound and a new wave…Jim Jones can’t even survive without him.

    Juelz maybe has hope, but he fucked up when he was persistently trying to drop skull gang, and not himself.

  21. Digital Scales Says:

    Kelito you ever heard of a motherfucker by the name of Landlord?

    I didn’t think so homie

  22. Smooth Says:

    some1 start a petition for Land 2 get on exhibit a

  23. verses Says:

    *blankest stare ever at this shit*

  24. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    @BK
    Na Jay was bodying like everything moving back then..

    this statement couldn’t be further from the truth. Jay bodied exactly one (count them) thing “back then” – his debut, Reasonable Doubt. that was summer ‘96. Biggie’s life and death totally suffocated Jay’s career until the Annie hook, circa fall/winter ‘98 into ‘99. now, that’s about 2 – 2 1/2 years worth of slobbing Big’s deceased knob before anybody starting paying attention to Jay on a national level. throw a hot track from Swizz on RR vol. 1 in the mix and Jay’s suddenly the center of East Coast Rap. and then there was X. . .

  25. Digital Scales Says:

    Boos you from nyc?

  26. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 5th, 2010 at 8:31 pm

    It’s Dark and Hell is Hot was enough to give dude leeway to drop crap forever.
    ^
    I hear from the Max and Frenchie enthusiast that Dame was giving them niggas unadulterated heat…i wouldn’t know..
    ________________________________________________________________

    Coke waves, mac and cheese, and public domains were all heat rocks…you gotta listen to them.

  27. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Nas > BIG

    Just wanted to say that again.

  28. verses Says:

    This. Is. Gay.

    Carry on.

  29. Gravity Says:

    And they say that no one has ever spit like Big was on LAD…comical to me…

    >> There’s days where I forget how many tracks Jay’s bodied….

    Track for track, song for song.. Jay >

    *jollof rice time* l8a

  30. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Nah I’m not from nyc

  31. yaboy Says:

    Digital Scales Says:
    January 5th, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    Boos you from nyc?

    ^
    hes from louisiana i believe.. lol

  32. Deen Says:

    It speaks to how great this beat is that I don’t feel the urge to vomit…

    Nas > Every rapper, especially camel.

  33. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Track for track, song for song.. Jay >
    ^
    I mean, really.

  34. yaboy Says:

    every time gravity posts about jay all i read is:

    *slap*
    *slap*
    *slap*

  35. NovemberEnd Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 5th, 2010 at 8:36 pm

    Nas > BIG

    Just wanted to say that again.
    ^^^^^^^^
    I dont see there being a argument

  36. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    if you love Jay as much as it would appear, then you MUST love Swizz. period. and Timberland too, for that matter. easy.

  37. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    *jollof rice time*

    ^^

    Real recognize real. My African cuisine game is reaching new heights in 2010.

  38. verses Says:

    # yaboy Says:
    January 5th, 2010 at 8:41 pm

    every time gravity posts about jay all i read is:

    *slap*
    *slap*
    *slap*

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    oh shit

  39. yaboy Says:

    *awaits The Great Escape*

  40. NovemberEnd Says:

    bad enough they biting lines, like niggaz killed me | when they came with some Nas,…niggaz bit off of Nas shit!

  41. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    *awaits The Great Escape*
    ^
    Word…it was a smart decision not to drop it in 09…he dropped enough ish in 09…arguably the most prolific with the illness last year…

  42. Boos Bigelow Says:

    yaboy,

    where you from?

  43. Gravity Says:

    Nas > Every rapper, especially camel.

    >> what you drank fluid?

  44. Digital Scales Says:

    Purple tape covo

  45. Digital Scales Says:

    Convo*

  46. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    bad enough they biting lines, like niggaz killed me | when they came with some Nas,…niggaz bit off of Nas shit!

    as far as i’m concerned, rap’s true golden era. easy.

  47. Gravity Says:

    *slap*
    *slap*
    *slap*

    >> your imaginations are bothersome!

    I’m talking about the music nigga, what you talkn bout?

  48. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    Word…it was a smart decision not to drop it in 09…he dropped enough ish in 09…arguably the most prolific with the illness last year…

    ^^

    Joe fucked up in that case – the incessant cornballing in front of any form of camera in ’09 made me not want to hear another word out of his mouth for a long time. He’s still on that shit to this day, calling out his exes and shit. Can we arrange for him to have a Charles Hamilton like breakdown so he’ll quit yapping and get back to making music?

  49. Joe 88 Says:

    I’m gonna say this

    If you aspire to become famous (and a great rapper) you’re idol would be Jay-Z

    If you just want to be the best rapper flat out, you’d be more of a NaS fan.

    Anyone in the history of rap would kill for a Jigga like career, but pure lyricisit love NaS more, or just as much.

    Jay-Z’s career >

    Nas flat out rapping >

  50. Gravity Says:

    Real recognize real. My African cuisine game is reaching new heights in 2010.

    >> That shit gotta be cooked spicy though… A boiled egg on the side and some good goat meat sauce on the side FTW.

  51. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    That shit gotta be cooked spicy though… A boiled egg on the side and some good goat meat sauce on the side FTW.

    ^^

    I don’t mess with the egg, although I have been known to throw cook up murderous chicken, with it. Normally it’s corned beef and vegetables. Cape Coast style with mad Encona sauce.

  52. hl Says:

    Aside from his general lameness, Budden is missing something. I can’t get into his music.

  53. The Shot Clock Says:

    remember when Jay Elec was gonna drop that mixtape?

    *reminisces*

  54. hl Says:

    Jay-Z’s career >

    Nas flat out rapping >

    ^^^This

  55. Gravity Says:

    Anyone in the history of rap would kill for a Jigga like career, but pure lyricisit love NaS more, or just as much.

    >> Jay has become a victim of his own success….

    I’m telling you though, take away all the drama and character issues, success and baphomet(lol) and I guarantee you the honesty in jay’s lyrics is beyond the imaginary storytelling of Nasir or anyone else.

    Nas been rapping with the same flow since ’91, there beats that jay has spat on that Nasir will not know his way around… sweartogod.

  56. Gravity Says:

    I don’t mess with the egg, although I have been known to throw cook up murderous chicken, with it. Normally it’s corned beef and vegetables. Cape Coast style with mad Encona sauce.

    >> Damn homie, you from the GoldCoast?

  57. Video: Dame Grease – The Best Says:

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  58. hl Says:

    I’m telling you though, take away all the drama and character issues, success and baphomet(lol) and I guarantee you the honesty in jay’s lyrics is beyond the imaginary storytelling of Nasir or anyone else.
    ————-

    You could say the same about Nas. He has executed concepts Jay would never dare to try. That alone doesn’t make him better though.

  59. Ant Says:

    remember when Jay Elec was gonna drop that mixtape?

    *reminisces*

    ^^
    seems so long ago….

    Nah was poppin today

  60. B.Payton Says:

    Nas been rapping with the same flow since ‘91, there beats that jay has spat on that Nasir will not know his way around… sweartogod.
    ——————————————————————–

    Yea I dont know if nas could ride with an “on to the next one” “watcher” or “hovi baby” (no pun intended)

    the most range Ive seen from nas as far as being outside his usual style is on HHID where he rapped wit the dave chappele (na sheeee) voice.

  61. hl Says:

    Double time flows are overrated BTW

  62. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    I liked his music. Dumb Out was my shit. But when he got a flip cam and decided to turn his life into Dynasty he lost me. He herbed himself out of an easy $9.99 (Well, actually an illegal download) with his future projects.

  63. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    Double time flows are overrated BTW

    ^^

    Blasphemy.

  64. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    Nas at his best > Jay at his best

  65. hl Says:

    Honestly I’ve never liked double time flows. Not from Cam, BIG, Jay, Nas. I just don’t really like it.

  66. Joe 88 Says:

    I’m telling you though, take away all the drama and character issues, success and baphomet(lol) and I guarantee you the honesty in jay’s lyrics is beyond the imaginary storytelling of Nasir or anyone else.

    ^It’s funny that i’m reading your comment while listening to Nas “N.I.G.G.E.R” song, and I seriously doubt that Jay has stepped out of his own realm and spoke as much truth on one song, let alone anything outside of the 90’s as potinent as that song.

    I’m from the ghetto, where old women talk about there suger level
    it’s not unusual

    It’s really not more of a reason to elaborate, NaS speaks for more “ghetto” proverty striken people than Jay will ever speak for, but Jay is great at speaking on his experiences, which i’m not mad at, it’s just crazy to me that people diss NaS for not being as “real” as his stories and songs portray him to be, his music is one of a kind, just as Jay music is, but I promise you this, if neither one of these guys was to ever make a record, and you heard them just spit, in a cypher, open mic, etc, more would be impressed by Nas than Jay, and this is coming from a stan of both.

  67. Gravity Says:

    You could say the same about Nas. He has executed concepts Jay would never dare to try. That alone doesn’t make him better though.

    >> Like spitting from the perspective of a gun or pretending to rap backwards? lol

    Don’t get me lying, Nas is one of the illest but Jay >

  68. hl Says:

    Like spitting from the perspective of a gun or pretending to rap backwards? lol
    —-

    Seriously, you think Jay could execute those better than Nas? It’s possible he could do something like that, but he never has.

  69. AmpGeez a.k.a Exhibit Geez Says:

    Is this nigga Grease serious?

    You make beats homie. Good beats at that. That’s what you do.

    Leave the rapping to the rappers.

    I though Grease was supposed to be helping The Lox with their album?

  70. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    Is this nigga Grease serious?

    You make beats homie. Good beats at that. That’s what you do.

    Leave the rapping to the rappers.

    I though Grease was supposed to be helping The Lox with their album?

    ^^

    He obviously wanted in on Exhibit Nah…

  71. AmpGeez a.k.a Exhibit Geez Says:

    Seriously, you think Jay could execute those better than Nas? It’s possible he could do something like that, but he never has.
    ====================================
    Jay doesn’t do concepts records well. He lacks the creative vision.

    I did like Dopeman & There’s Been A Murder though.

    Meet The Parents sucked as did the “water” song from KC.

  72. Gravity Says:

    ain’t nothing cool about carrying a strap, about wearing ya moms, and burying ya best cat, talking about revenge while you carrying his casket, all teary eyed bout to take it to a mattress.

    >

    I’m from the ghetto, where old women talk about there suger level
    it’s not unusual

    IMO. Joe, you forgot about when Jay bet Nas to step in a cipha, put up a mill for a charity of their choice and Nasir shy’d away? Nas needed 4months to come back at Jay, he knew he was gonna get bodied in a cipha..

  73. Gravity Says:

    Meet The Parents sucked as did the “water” song from KC.

    >> You ain’t listening right… those were two of the illest stories told on wax.

    dies @ “water” song..

  74. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    Cant hate on Dame Grease solely off his work with Max and Frenchie tho.

    ^^
    It’s Dark and Hell is Hot was enough to give dude leeway to drop crap forever.

    ^^
    I know. I just wanted to point out that he been droppin heat lately too.

  75. BK...Then Them Says:

    the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:
    January 5th, 2010 at 8:35 pm
    @BK
    Na Jay was bodying like everything moving back then..

    this statement couldn’t be further from the truth. Jay bodied exactly one (count them) thing “back then” – his debut, Reasonable Doubt. that was summer ‘96. Biggie’s life and death totally suffocated Jay’s career until the Annie hook, circa fall/winter ‘98 into ‘99. now, that’s about 2 – 2 1/2 years worth of slobbing Big’s deceased knob before anybody starting paying attention to Jay on a national level. throw a hot track from Swizz on RR vol. 1 in the mix and Jay’s suddenly the center of East Coast Rap. and then there was X. . .

    I’m confused..I said he was bodying everything..not running shit. That came with time..

    Vol. 1 (-4 songs)
    Love For Free
    It’s Alright
    All Of My Days remix
    Things We Do For Love remix

    etc….

  76. BK...Then Them Says:

    Gravity Says:
    January 5th, 2010 at 8:58 pm
    Anyone in the history of rap would kill for a Jigga like career, but pure lyricisit love NaS more, or just as much.

    >> Jay has become a victim of his own success….

    I’m telling you though, take away all the drama and character issues, success and baphomet(lol) and I guarantee you the honesty in jay’s lyrics is beyond the imaginary storytelling of Nasir or anyone else.

    Nas been rapping with the same flow since ‘91, there beats that jay has spat on that Nasir will not know his way around… sweartogod.

    ehh your point is flawed but then again it is your point :tu

  77. MJ Says:

    Autotune and this hook on the Exhibit A instrumental?

    What. A. Coon.

  78. RECOH2000 Says:

    This beat is fire. Dame did his thing with the autotune . It works. It will just make more people aware of Jay Electronica and Blaze . Its a win win.

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