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Video: Clipse feat. The Roots – Popular Demand

Black Thought also spits a 16 over The Roots’ “Popeyes” instrumental.

Props to Yardie.


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207 Responses to “Video: Clipse feat. The Roots – Popular Demand”

  1. vex Says:

    uh. first?

  2. trey Says:

    yesssss

  3. pulse Says:

    Masterpiece Theatre > Detox

  4. the jay Says:

    Master P’s Theater > Masterpiece Theatre

  5. Lelan Says:

    I dont know why drake wants kanye to produce on his album so bad?

    Whens the last time kanye made a beat u was like D@mn! About???

    40 got sum hitz ( did u know he was a actor too )

  6. The Rhetoric Says:

    I’m glad to see Clipse killing it and the Roots providing a purely raw instrumental no doubt.

  7. Lelan Says:

    Also chase and cashe is terrible that we are young money is so garbage the beats are so generic.

    Chase is like rondo except he sucks and bringing down his teammates.

  8. Cypher Says:

    # Lelan Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 2:54 am

    Also chase and cashe is terrible that we are young money is so garbage the beats are so generic.

    Chase is like rondo except he sucks and bringing down his teammates.

    _____________________________________________________

    Young money beats > 90 % of young money

  9. Lelan Says:

    I disagree to a certain extent

  10. grooveparlor Says:

    worth staying up for!

  11. Lelan Says:

    Weezy drake nicki Mack>

    the rest i dont care about but twist and chuckee could b big 1 day

  12. Cypher Says:

    which is sad.. how come i can remeber lines from chuckee but not jae millz smh

  13. grooveparlor Says:

    check our clipse live footage
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ribR3jAvUto

  14. Voltron aka Speech is my hammer, bang the world into shape and let it fall! Says:

    Whens the last time kanye made a beat u was like D@mn! About???

    ^

    I’m So Appalled.

  15. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    say word nat burner uncle’d the clipse on they own shit.

    sorry, brothers thornton (c) myself

  16. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    and tariq got my crooks and castle letterman on.

    yup, yup.

  17. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    “hotter than back to back shots of absinthe!”(c) 5th militia flame throwa

  18. Trey Says:

    Any1 got the MP3 with Blackthought’s verse?

  19. Mr.Londoner Says:

    euuurgh

  20. TheCoolest Says:

    Man, does anybody know how to download audio and videos from youtube on an iMac??
    I tried vixy.net but it doesn’t Work

  21. The Shot Clock Says:

    jimmy fallon is smart, cos he’s talentless but he the only late night dude reppin black culture extra hard so he’ll be around for a while

  22. Premier Says:

    Does anyone think this New World Order thing is going to happen? and will it be prevented? i know the Federal Reserve is controlling the economy and all that stuff.

  23. sleep AKA I'M 2 COOL 4 U DUDES 2 RIDICULE Says:

    this dude arenas just dont get it

  24. p Says:

    “the roots popeyes instrumental” huh?

  25. cOLD Says:

    say word nat burner uncle’d the clipse on they own shit.

    sorry, brothers thornton (c) myself

    ^ word Black shat…

  26. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    Jimmy Fallen’s a cornball but I wouldn’t say he’s talentless, just his strength is writing sketches rather than hosting

    Kimmel’s probably the first late night dude to rep hip hop consistently, he stays having hip hop acts on his show, even indie acts like the Cool Kids and such

  27. Ghost Writer Says:

    After mad blunts and jin we had the plane made,
    I bought my wifey a crib and bought the mafia an arcade,

  28. p Says:

    is anybody else getting tired of pusha’s over-animated head nodding/smirking, etc?

  29. landlord Says:

    *good morning*

    has anyone else heard a mixtape from Killah Priest-“I Killed The Devil Last Night” ? … from July 2009 …

    damn, this shit is hella ill …

  30. j3j Says:

    yep, getting hard to look at him jerk his head like that.

    ^^^
    # p Says:
    is anybody else getting tired of pusha’s over-animated head nodding/smirking, etc?

  31. cOLD Says:

    j3j Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 9:23 am
    yep, getting hard to look at him jerk his head like that.

    ^^^
    # p Says:
    is anybody else getting tired of pusha’s over-animated head nodding/smirking, etc?

    ^ pause pause pause.

  32. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    That new Kanye shit is iight, it has potential to grow on me (II)…but I’m not completely wow’d like the rest of you guys…

  33. cOLD Says:

    That new Kanye shit is iight, it has potential to grow on me (II)…but I’m not completely wow’d like the rest of you guys…

    ^ which one the so appalled?

  34. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    which one the so appalled?
    ^
    Yeah, shits cool.

  35. landlord Says:

    Trina looks scrumptious in that video a couple posts back …

  36. landlord Says:

    The beat fades when the murderings done
    Soothe your brain like the herbs in your lungs
    Never move with the herd when they run
    Contradictory, killing killers to nurture the young
    Give birth to The One
    When my learning is done
    And my spirit leaves my body & returns to the sun
    Thats then..for now? Im busy, discussing my presents with a merchant of guns…

    (c) RIGZ – Exhibit C >

  37. S.I.C.K-EL Says:

    *daps all*

  38. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I swear Rigz is just a nice of some of the illest niggas out there…no bromance…

  39. PsicoMagia Says:

    “and in the day time im usually sleep ing …cause last night i was out party ing…”

  40. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I have MADD…can’t even spend more than 3 mins on a certain mixtape or album…i need to find a cure…

  41. Geen One Says:

    Im gay, press pause

  42. cOLD Says:

    landlord Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 9:36 am
    The beat fades when the murderings done
    Soothe your brain like the herbs in your lungs
    Never move with the herd when they run
    Contradictory, killing killers to nurture the young
    Give birth to The One
    When my learning is done
    And my spirit leaves my body & returns to the sun
    Thats then..for now? Im busy, discussing my presents with a merchant of guns…

    (c) RIGZ – Exhibit C >

    ^ whoa (keeanu voice)

  43. cOLD Says:

    where can one find this exhibit Rigga Romez

  44. Ghost Writer Says:

    What is FREEdom if it can be loaned & bought?

  45. Ghost Writer Says:

    (c) Rigz

  46. cOLD Says:

    What is FREEdom if it can be loaned & bought?

    ^ is this one of those critical thinking questions? Are you implying freedom can only be obtained through riches?

  47. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    zshare.net/audio/7090987072223978/

  48. PHD Says:

    need that jacket and an mp3…

    I don’t think that’s a crooks jacket though?

  49. Ghost Writer Says:

    cOLD Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 9:52 am
    What is FREEdom if it can be loaned & bought?

    ^ is this one of those critical thinking questions? Are you implying freedom can only be obtained through riches?

    ^
    It’s a line from Rigz – exhibit c…it stood out to me and had me thinking, Still am.

  50. cOLD Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 9:33 am
    which one the so appalled?
    ^
    Yeah, shits cool.

    ^ D_block I’m moreso stanning that track… that shit is so mission oriented. It’s like a pep talk to handle your business.

  51. Dewill Says:

    What is puss if it can fucked and eaten??

  52. cOLD Says:

    seems like Rigz exhibit c is a cluster of gems. *listens*

  53. Beezy Says:

    i get so disrespectul

  54. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    zshare.net/download/709100237a860c83/

    Rigz Exhibit C bars

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

    Morning, kinfolk

    *daps all*

    yo those bars Land quoted from Rigz are extremely dope, Imma have to check out his rendition of exhibit C…On some lowkey shit, all of us that draw off the same type of energy need to stay connected, as the struggle is definitely one of international proportions.

    My niggas thats in tune hear me.

  56. 456 Says:

    ^ word Black shat…

    ^gutta dr. suess

  57. 456 Says:

    and black thought been on his dean lately

  58. Ghost Writer Says:

    I’m thinking if I should post the whole thing

  59. Chief Ali AKA The One Who Stay Building Says:

    Change is not going to come with us and our generation, we’ve had our chance…Its time to embrace the youth, catch them young (no Kellz), and plant the seeds of knowledge…I’m doing everything I can to make it cool to be aware and informed, but one can only do so much within one’s own sphere of influence.

  60. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I’m thinking if I should post the whole thing
    ^
    I Just posted a link to his lyrics in a text file

  61. Ghost Writer Says:

    See Dblock’s zshare link for Rigz – exhibit c lyrics

  62. 456 Says:

    Change is not going to come with us and our generation, we’ve had our chance…Its time to embrace the youth, catch them young (no Kellz), and plant the seeds of knowledge…I’m doing everything I can to make it cool to be aware and informed, but one can only do so much within one’s own sphere of influence.

    ^change is constant. our generation has changed the world greatly

  63. cOLD Says:

    Change is not going to come with us and our generation, we’ve had our chance…Its time to embrace the youth, catch them young (no Kellz), and plant the seeds of knowledge…I’m doing everything I can to make it cool to be aware and informed, but one can only do so much within one’s own sphere of influence.

    Contradictory, killing killers to nurture the young

    ^rigga on that shit.

  64. Ghost Writer Says:

    Beezy Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 9:57 am
    i get so disrespectul

    ^
    about: blank

  65. landlord Says:

    456 Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 9:59 am
    and black thought been on his dean lately

    ————–

    word… ever since i heard that cipher with him, mosdef and eminem, its been all fire …

  66. cOLD Says:

    Change is not going to come with us and our generation, we’ve had our chance…Its time to embrace the youth, catch them young (no Kellz), and plant the seeds of knowledge…I’m doing everything I can to make it cool to be aware and informed, but one can only do so much within one’s own sphere of influence.

    ^ I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but its a losing battle my dude. Not enough balance for an even playing field. The media is the greatest influence, so regardless of the work you put in, at the end of the day you beefing with a giant…. Accept faith and enjoy the ride as best as possible.

  67. cOLD Says:

    landlord Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 10:06 am
    456 Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 9:59 am
    and black thought been on his dean lately

    ————–

    word… ever since i heard that cipher with him, mosdef and eminem, its been all fire …

    ^ word but how you renegade a nigga on live tv…

  68. 456 Says:

    ^ I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but its a losing battle my dude. Not enough balance for an even playing field. The media is the greatest influence, so regardless of the work you put in, at the end of the day you beefing with a giant…. Accept faith and enjoy the ride as best as possible.

    ^i disagree. it’s a war of ideas. and the truth is magnetic.

  69. cOLD Says:

    change is constant. our generation has changed the world greatly

    ^ for the better or the worst? keep it 100.

  70. cOLD Says:

    i disagree. it’s a war of ideas. and the truth is magnetic.

    ^ ask yourself is the world in general, better off today than it was 20 yrs ago.

  71. Beezy Says:

    muffin tops >

  72. 456 Says:

    ^ for the better or the worst? keep it 100.

    ^i would say for the better. as bad as i think hiphop has been for black people’s solidarity and self-discipline i would prefer gucci mane and lil wayne over arnold and willis.

  73. Dewill Says:

    for the better or the worst? keep it 100.

    ^^^^
    They don’t make niggas like they used to… Our ancestors were a lot stronger than we are today, mentaly and physically. It’s cuz they had to be.. as generations come forth they do get smarter tho, but just think if we had the strength of our ancestors combined with brain power we have today…

  74. Dewill Says:

    mentally>mentaly

  75. b-ease Says:

    as bad as i think hiphop has been for black people’s solidarity and self-discipline

    ^^
    I love hiphop with every fiber of my being, but I can’t disagree with this statement. I blame the Chronic more than any other body of work by the way.

    i would prefer gucci mane and lil wayne over arnold and willis.

    ^^
    I don’t think there’s that much of a difference.

    “There’s a thin line between hiphop, Andy and Amos” (c) Me – Exhibit Nah

  76. cOLD Says:

    i would prefer gucci mane and lil wayne over arnold and willis.

    ^ I dig that, but that’s an unfair comparison….where tv is mentioned there are scripts involved what you see on tv is an extension of the creators perception. Not the two little nigglets they chose to “act” out the scenes. How about Marvin Gaye as an example instead of arnold and willis.

  77. b-ease Says:

    *daps all in vicinity*

  78. Chief Ali AKA The One Who Stay Building Says:

    @cOLD

    Its not a losing battle, however that is how we’re conditioned to think. We discard and write off our most valuable assets, our youth. The key to change lies within the youth, their children, and their children after that. This has long been the gameplan of the elite oppressors, who have employed tactics of posterity to ensure that long money. My manager and I have been having some ill conversations lately, and one of the numerous gems dropped centered around the fact that the last few republican presidents have maintained the same faces within their cabinet. No significant policy is being decided on a day to day basis, as numerous campaign ads and presidential debates will have people believe. Nope, policy is acted upon and implemented as a result of decades upon decades of planning. We need to adopt the same principles, hence the importance of connecting with the youth.

  79. Beezy Says:

    “There’s a thin line between hiphop, Andy and Amos” (c) Me – Exhibit Nah

    ^weak

  80. b-ease Says:

    Economically, disease-wise, etc we’re much better off now than 50 years ago (the world in general), but there’s a certain moral character fiber that seems to be lacking today in our youth.

    The breaking of the black family post Civil Rights movement has a lot to do with this.

    I personally think more than anything, my generation and those younger are spoiled and lacks proper respect for their elders, as corny as that may sound.

  81. b-ease Says:

    Fuck you too beezy (ll), lol.

  82. Gravity Says:

    Niggas is waxing philosophical this morning huh?

    Someone trancscribe rigz lyrics for those of us on the plantation. Gracias.

    morning daps to all, Cold, Land, Dewill,456,Beezy,GW etc.

  83. green eyes Says:

    I personally think more than anything, my generation and those younger are spoiled and lacks proper respect for their elders, as corny as that may sound.

    ^ wooord

  84. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Someone trancscribe rigz lyrics for those of us on the plantation. Gracias.
    ^
    I linked a text file…titles exhibit C rigz bars

  85. Chief Ali AKA The One Who Stay Building Says:

    The breaking of the black family post Civil Rights movement has a lot to do with this.

    I personally think more than anything, my generation and those younger are spoiled and lacks proper respect for their elders, as corny as that may sound.
    ————

    *daps b-ease*

    I totally agree. The concept of family in our communities is weak. Yet how do we rebuild that concept, that structure?

  86. S.I.C.K-EL Says:

    @B-ease/other nah emcees click on my name…would you fuck with this?(II)Been going through my beat tapes..feelin nostalgic.I used to be halfway decent with mine.

  87. Dewill Says:

    I personally think more than anything, my generation and those younger are spoiled and lacks proper respect for their elders, as corny as that may sound.

    ^^^^^
    Right on Deacon b-ease…Lol

    You’re right, I just sit back and listen to my grandma’s stories of her growing up in the south and shit she had to deal with, How can u not respect somebody that has lived through all kinds of hardships and overcame them..

  88. cOLD Says:

    We discard and write off our most valuable assets, our youth. The key to change lies within the youth, their children, and their children after that. This has long been the gameplan of the elite oppressors

    ^ truth, but I don’t think its the gameplan of the oppressors, I think its mainly because people are so overwhelmed with day to day survival, that they can’t muster up the strength to deal with the tomorrows. How do you lay the ground work for the future generation, when you’re busy playing catchup with yesterday. Also the ones who do have that leisure are greed stricken and couldnt give a fuck less about anyone elses children, aslong as their kids future is secured, is all that matters in their eyes.

  89. 456 Says:

    I don’t think there’s that much of a difference.

    “There’s a thin line between hiphop, Andy and Amos” (c) Me – Exhibit Nah

    ^oh i do. arnold and willis were not only creations of white people, they had niggas everywhere praying for a white father to swoop down to the ghetto and adopt them. gucci is at least self created. lil wayne is wealthy beyond anything mr. drummond had. also self-created. that is a huge difference.

  90. Dewill Says:

    *daps Grav*

  91. cOLD Says:

    *rubs eyes*
    *does double take*
    *faints gayly*

    oh shit greeneyes. hey lady.

  92. 456 Says:

    The breaking of the black family post Civil Rights movement has a lot to do with this.

    ^i think that by civil rights time, the black family been broke. that happened in slavery my dude.

    civil rights destroyed any kind of civic community black people had.

  93. Brandon Says:

    Dope performance, Pusha T always be extra exaggerated when he perform lol

  94. b-ease Says:

    gucci is at least self created. lil wayne is wealthy beyond anything mr. drummond had. also self-created. that is a huge difference.

    ^^
    I understand Gucci’s self created from a fundamental perspective, but I don’t think that’s the message that people are receiving from his music, and that’s what matters. I mean, Gary Coleman became one of the most successful television stars ever, but the message of his success was diluted by the images his show put out there.

    *daps and hugs green eyes*

    Long time no see ma, how’s life?

  95. cOLD Says:

    ^oh i do. arnold and willis were not only creations of white people, they had niggas everywhere praying for a white father to swoop down to the ghetto and adopt them. gucci is at least self created. lil wayne is wealthy beyond anything mr. drummond had. also self-created. that is a huge difference.

    ^ I kinda figured that was your angle.

  96. 456 Says:

    rigz:

    Ariel 2012…I been saying that since man was in Subterrania
    Or should I say outside Subterrania
    Too young to get in, just me & Micz but, we stayed there all night spitting mania
    Maniacs, never get sad when a man’s brain reacts reminding me I might never blow
    I just hit the road, trying to get some dough,
    bredah check yourself, Im tryna get paid in cash
    Went off ends, couldnt sell my neighbours that
    Puts me a very long way from rap
    But musics in the DNA helix
    Shocking..shared some satges with stars but I started just wanting a Pete Rock remix
    Now they say “Rigga is missing”
    Sit in the kitchen, break bread with driven division
    Im the illest bredah spitting
    Living or dead, or dead-living cos their spirit has been mystically risen…listen…
    I listen a riddim & think about battering beats
    Shatter a beat, glue it back & put it back on its feet
    And I could still do that when man is discreet
    I could go off ends and bring a famine to feast, y’see
    I sustain never having to eat
    And brought a girl candy rain never having to eat
    yearn for more, burn your jaw, put your growth on pause like hair on animal feet…
    Fuck Inspectors…and that Morse, we follow street code
    Where beefs told to ease those with egos
    And we blow this weed smoke through each nose hole
    Tell my foes say Assault & Reapo bro..
    Take out potential threats
    Your stupid units cant grasp my mental depth
    My troops are moving through with sequential steps to scent your flesh with stench of death..think about it
    I ride the air…enter room
    You’re quiet, “who’s there..?” then a BOOM
    you met your doom, i fled the room, theres no sensing who..
    Recognise you wasnt meant to guess
    Tony Hawks, haywire, phones distort
    No retort, these biters are cloning thoughts
    No justice, I stand in a bogus court
    Got “Conditional Discharge”, on road I walk
    Back swinging swords in the bones of Orcs
    And Im Hebrew, no pork over fork
    And you’re see through..It’s justthe clothes that walk
    Yutes are playing for keeps, well I could coach the sport
    You dont have to go POP!, just to open corks
    I killed a dragon now it’s castle is my lonely fort
    The Pope is fraud, we live law that Moses taught
    Rhyme from The Book Of The Dead, golden thoughts
    Hold your talk, or witness a bold assault
    Like youngin, sit back and let the olders talk
    I wish I killed Nick Griffin when he strolled in court
    What is FREEdom if it can be loaned & bought?
    And me chat to them, thats a hopeless talk
    Cos I’ll get shackled by a group of bulky dwarfs
    They’ll take the shank, take me to back & leave a holey corpse
    Yeah…a holy corpse
    My soul is launched, looking like a golden torch
    And then, with the Lord Of Hosts I talk…like…
    Psalm 82, thatwas more relating to the truth i was shown then told to talk
    That was 1-9-8-6
    Aquarian sky the Sun painted
    Reborn like Anderson in the Matrix
    To lead man way from that fakeness
    Spitting greatness..
    Demonstrated..
    With the Plaintiff, whether over some 808s or some faint kicks….
    The beat fades when the murderings done
    Soothe your brain like the herbs in your lungs
    Never move with the herd when they run
    Contradictory, killing killers to nurture the young
    Give birth to The One
    When my learning is done
    And my spirit leaves my body & returns to the sun
    Thats then..for now? Im busy, discussing my presents with a merchant of guns…

  97. b-ease Says:

    ^i think that by civil rights time, the black family been broke. that happened in slavery my dude.

    ^^
    Weakened, definetly. But through a common cause, I think we managed to stay intact more than couldve have been expected. My father grew up in the “hood” during the 50s and 60s, but as bad as shit was, the majority of the kids still had fathers in the household.

    But I do agree with you about the loss of civic community. The thing is, that civic community is built upon the foundation of functional families.

  98. 456 Says:

    green eyes Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:27 am
    I personally think more than anything, my generation and those younger are spoiled and lacks proper respect for their elders, as corny as that may sound.

    ^ wooord

    ^haven’t i seen you somewhere before?

    *gives her “the stare”

  99. Gravity Says:

    I totally agree. The concept of family in our communities is weak. Yet how do we rebuild that concept, that structure?

    >>Harsh as it may sound, a partial solution wil be, not promoting the baby-mama/daddy concept that is so pre-dominant in our culture. There are so many angles to why we’re strapped in our current situations. Having kids is almost cute these days, 15yr olds being encouraged to pop seeds out like its nothing. When society or our community frowns on deviant behavior then the social stigma itself serves as a deterrent for some. Its really about educating the youth as been said already but at our current rate we’re definitely losing the battle.

  100. green eyes Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:31 am

    *rubs eyes*
    *does double take*
    *faints gayly*

    oh shit greeneyes. hey lady.

    ^ *smiles*

    what it is fam,cold, ease, 456, d block, beezy, etc etc

    there was an article about job satisfaction that i read recently, most dissatisfied group were those under 25, to which i only thought, what the fuck do spoiled ass recent grads have to be dissapointed with? its life. its what happens when you grow and become an adult little bitches, deal with it.

  101. b-ease Says:

    Yet how do we rebuild that concept, that structure?

    ^^
    I’m honestly at a loss bro. I’ve pondered that question many times in the past decade or so.

  102. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Daps Greens

  103. green eyes Says:

    # 456 Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:36 am

    green eyes Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:27 am
    I personally think more than anything, my generation and those younger are spoiled and lacks proper respect for their elders, as corny as that may sound.

    ^ wooord

    ^haven’t i seen you somewhere before?

    *gives her “the stare”

    ^ im saying you look familiar. were you at that spot with so and so an that day when that ish jumped off?

  104. green eyes Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:38 am

    Yet how do we rebuild that concept, that structure?

    ^^
    I’m honestly at a loss bro. I’ve pondered that question many times in the past decade or so.

    ^ one way be to only plant seeds where you intend to build a family. too much random fuckery going on making to many little bastards ( love the bastards tho) being born to parents who hate each other.

  105. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    How lovely ofg Greens eyes tew gracer us withg her presencew

  106. cOLD Says:

    Harsh as it may sound, a partial solution wil be, not promoting the baby-mama/daddy concept that is so pre-dominant in our culture. There are so many angles to why we’re strapped in our current situations. Having kids is almost cute these days, 15yr olds being encouraged to pop seeds out like its nothing. When society or our community frowns on deviant behavior then the social stigma itself serves as a deterrent for some. Its really about educating the youth as been said already but at our current rate we’re definitely losing the battle

    ^ I’m saying turn off the TV and the Radio as a collective…. its really that simple. Then and only then will we see a generation that isnt misguided.

  107. cOLD Says:

    How lovely ofg Greens eyes tew gracer us withg her presencew

    ^ shots fired with silencer.

  108. Plug Says:

    I personally think more than anything, my generation and those younger are spoiled and lacks proper respect for their elders, as corny as that may sound.
    ——–
    The main problem in the hood is alcohol. its a liquor store on every corner. 2nd is drugs. its simple mathematics. that is the answer search no more.

  109. Sound Verite' Says:

    Black Thought murk’d the track.

  110. green eyes Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:41 am

    How lovely ofg Greens eyes tew gracer us withg her presencew

    ^ were the typos purposeful in tribute to legacy of saying fuck it to spell check/

  111. 456 Says:

    Weakened, definetly. But through a common cause, I think we managed to stay intact more than couldve have been expected. My father grew up in the “hood” during the 50s and 60s, but as bad as shit was, the majority of the kids still had fathers in the household.

    But I do agree with you about the loss of civic community. The thing is, that civic community is built upon the foundation of functional families.

    ^the system of slavery broke black family structure down a thousand different ways: physically superior men were farmed out to other plantations to create strong workers, the women were raped whether they were “married” or not, and men, women and children were sold away from their families at the whim of the slavemaster. alot of the same pathologies survive in the hood mentality. the whole way we approach sex as black men hasn’t really elevated from that time period actually.

  112. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    A lot of gems in this post…

    *bookmarks*

    *fishes for them later*

    Soooo, who heard that new Hurricane Chris, Gucci & Webbie over Transformers?

  113. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    were the typos purposeful in tribute to legacy
    ^
    Legacy mahhh deww

  114. Beezy Says:

    green eyes Says:

    there was an article about job satisfaction that i read recently, most dissatisfied group were those under 25, to which i only thought, what the fuck do spoiled ass recent grads have to be dissapointed with? its life. its what happens when you grow and become an adult little bitches, deal with it.

    ^poeple our age have had things handed to us on a platter our whole lives…

    we come into the jobs with a sense of entitlement. I see 23yr old kids who start here every year who think that they should be promoted on Day 1.

    Then when it comes time to pay your dues, youth feels disastisfied.

  115. green eyes Says:

    whut beezy said

  116. b-ease Says:

    the whole way we approach sex as black men hasn’t really elevated from that time period actually.

    ^^
    I overstand everything in your last comment, but I have to say, I think there actually was an elevation of our mentality regarding family post slavery thru the mid1900s, even though the psychological scars ran deep. I really do believe there’s been a regression these last few decades that has taken us closer to slavery in that respect than we were before.

  117. green eyes Says:

    so lands dropping tracks now? any of the rest of youse got joints that ive missed?

  118. 456 Says:

    there was an article about job satisfaction that i read recently, most dissatisfied group were those under 25, to which i only thought, what the fuck do spoiled ass recent grads have to be dissapointed with? its life. its what happens when you grow and become an adult little bitches, deal with it.

    ^the bling era kids. they grew up thinking they would be draped in diamonds and platinum by the age of 22. now they got find work in a recession. but we are all spoiled. imagine growing up in the depression or during world war two.

  119. Dewill Says:

    Yet how do we rebuild that concept, that structure?

    ^^^^
    Don’t know if we can… All u can do is be the best parent, husband, wife, and child u can be to with ur family.. We can’t help everyone… All u can do is take care of u and yours and not lead anyone astray. All jokes aside I will do my best to show the youth what a loving and caring relationship with my wife and family is about…

    *cries*
    *becomes the spokesperson for family structure*

  120. Beezy Says:

    nah right dot calm

  121. TheCo!!inB aka *ronnie dances like a mother fucker* Says:

    *daps dapable*

  122. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    so lands dropping tracks now? any of the rest of youse got joints that ive missed?
    ^
    nahright.com/2009/12/30/exhibitnah/#comments

  123. b-ease Says:

    but we are all spoiled.

    ^^
    Pretty much.

  124. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I love deep fried oreos, there i said it.

  125. 456 Says:

    so lands dropping tracks now? any of the rest of youse got joints that ive missed?

    “i just finished up a mixtape – tittyballs, the prequel

    you already know what it is

  126. cOLD Says:

    I really do believe there’s been a regression

    ^ due to what tho?

  127. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Deep fried deliciousness..

  128. S.I.C.K-EL Says:

    *tries to kick knowledge*

    Regarding “our” plight.My opinion isn`t unique but I think segregation was a good motivating factor for original people.It forced us to build our own establishments because we weren`t allowed in “other” establishments.We used to pool our resources together that way through businesses.With intergration,we are content with shopping at the establishments of our oppressors(SAKS/MACY`S/H&M/ETC).We love their status of wealth and the toys and trappings that come with it.Not to blame Gucci Mane,but by even carrying that name,it make our people spend their consumer dollars elsewhere to be associated with the image of wealth.

  129. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    *tea bags iTunes on Gp*

  130. green eyes Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:48 am

    so lands dropping tracks now? any of the rest of youse got joints that ive missed?
    ^
    nahright.com/2009/12/30/exhibitnah/#comments

    ^ damn, im mad late, good looking out with the link d block

  131. Beezy Says:

    the family structure of black america is broke because of a lack of economic opportunities

    there are just no jobs for a great deal of black men

    I know firsthand that everyone is responsible for their own fate and circumstances, but in reality, there are very few opportunities for the urban, uneducated black male. In previous generations these men could find work in factories, but these jobs no longer exist.

    The dispiriting feeling of not providing or being able to provide induces apathy, drug use and many of the other problems that lead to broken families.

  132. Daily Drug Says:

    No Boosevils Advelleowcate, but that that lil Wayne Fire joint is pretty cool

  133. b-ease Says:

    ^ due to what tho?

    ^^
    The disillusionment from the lack of immediate societal gains for most post civil rights movement. The disentegration of the Panthers transforming into our current gang culture, crack cocaine, and AIDS.

  134. cOLD Says:

    damn, im mad late

    ^ my bad it popped.

  135. Daily Drug Says:

    *daps*

    *disintegrates into lurkdom*

  136. 456 Says:

    I really do believe there’s been a regression

    ^ due to what tho?

    ^excellent question. you should have been a journalist not whatever it is you do that has not challenged your intellectual capacities…

  137. green eyes Says:

    # 456 Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:49 am

    so lands dropping tracks now? any of the rest of youse got joints that ive missed?

    “i just finished up a mixtape – tittyballs, the prequel

    you already know what it is

    ^ lmao. woooorrdddd

  138. b-ease Says:

    In previous generations these men could find work in factories, but these jobs no longer exist.

    ^^
    @cold

    This as well. In fact, this has had a larger role to play than maybe anything else I mentioned.

  139. cOLD Says:

    The disillusionment from the lack of immediate societal gains for most post civil rights movement. The disentegration of the Panthers transforming into our current gang culture, crack cocaine, and AIDS.

    ^ and media plays no part?

  140. Gravity Says:

    Ok. i’m probably gonna catch gay accusations for typing this but just think on it for a second.

    Tha family structure is usually broken by the man. He wants to go off and sample other poon. We forced our women to become hoes only ‘cos they didn’t trust their man will be coming home. There are exceptions but until we discipline ourselves and stop condoning spreading our seeds around and turning our women out we can’t claim equality anywhere. Man, woman and child is the natural order of things but we as a society want to re-define it, us blacks specifically.

    Niggas claim they’re hustlin to support their family but really they hustlin to ball and get all the poon they can! The missing fathers lingering in jail for generations left raising a child to a woman, no disrespect but that ain’t her job!

  141. landlord Says:

    cOLD Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 10:52 am
    damn, im mad late

    ^ my bad it popped.

    ————

    *waits nine months for e-cigar*

  142. green eyes Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:52 am

    damn, im mad late

    ^ my bad it popped.

    ^ i missed you

  143. Beezy Says:

    We should all aspire to invest our good fortune back into our own neighborhoods – opening up businesses that employ community members of economically disadvantaged areas.

  144. b-ease Says:

    ^ and media plays no part?

    ^^
    Absolutely. With that said, the “media” is poisoning everybody, not just our people.

  145. The Shot Clock Says:

    but we are all spoiled.

    ^

    America. fuck yeah!

  146. green eyes Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:55 am

    ^ and media plays no part?

    ^^
    Absolutely. With that said, the “media” is poisoning everybody, not just our people.

    ^ at what point does personal responsibility come in?

  147. cOLD Says:

    i missed you

    ^ likewise.

  148. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Niggas claim they’re hustlin to support their family but really they hustlin to ball and get all the poon they can! The missing fathers lingering in jail for generations left raising a child to a woman, no disrespect but that ain’t her job!
    ^
    WORD

  149. Dewill Says:

    Shit… Damn school.. I’m sendin’ my kids to Nahright.com for wisdom.. LOL

    say y’all be gospel rappin’
    but they be steady clappin’ when you talk about
    bitches & switches & hoes & clothes & weed
    let’s talk about time travelin’ rhyme javelin
    somethin’ mind unravelin’ get down (c) 3stacks

  150. cOLD Says:

    We should all aspire to invest our good fortune back into our own neighborhoods – opening up businesses that employ community members of economically disadvantaged areas.

    ^ gem, seems like Nah has all the answers.

    Republican candidate Beezy.

  151. b-ease Says:

    at what point does personal responsibility come in?

    ^^
    I’m definetly not making exuses for lack of personal discipline, but the deck is definetly stacked against niggas in alot of aspects. Also, personal responsibility is mostly learned behavior I think, and that takes us back to the discussion of broken families.

  152. b-ease Says:

    We should all aspire to invest our good fortune back into our own neighborhoods – opening up businesses that employ community members of economically disadvantaged areas.

    ^^
    Word up.

  153. Beezy Says:

    The over-criminalization of drugs and other plagues of urban black neighborhoods also does substantial damage to families.

    There are far to many young black men in jail, most of whom graduate from petty crimes to more serious offenses upon release.

  154. green eyes Says:

    what it is land, heard your song last night, nice work.

    wheres icon & crazy at?

  155. The Shot Clock Says:

    jesus christ. niggas just turned into Cornel West out this bitch.

  156. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    jesus christ. niggas just turned into Cornel West out this bitch.
    ^
    This is just throwback Nah tho

  157. Gravity Says:

    We should all aspire to invest our good fortune back into our own neighborhoods – opening up businesses that employ community members of economically disadvantaged areas.

    >>That is our only way out, no ifs or buts. The day we decide to ignore how racist society is or is structured, only then we can regain true progress and independence. Whitefolk love it that we constantly blame them for our situation, and will rather keep it that way.

    Niggas is too caught up in coming of as corny so we won’t rally together and make the needed change. If someone were to suggest launching a movement with real world presence niggas gonna start looking at him sideways..

  158. 456 Says:

    We should all aspire to invest our good fortune back into our own neighborhoods – opening up businesses that employ community members of economically disadvantaged areas.

    ^if you don’t know how to run a business that’s just a lot of talk. and try finding good employees in the hood. the most efficient use of money, if you really want to change things is paying teachers and charter schools.

  159. S.I.C.K-EL Says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Sutton

    ^^^We need heroes like THIS^^^^

    He`s been dead almost a week and I ain`t seen one RIP wish on here.This was a great MAN who happened to be BLACK.

  160. landlord Says:

    thank you, Greenopatra Queen Of The Nahle

  161. Beezy Says:

    and try finding good employees in the hood.

    ^this attitude disgusts me

    like, seriously.

    There are hard working people who want better for themselves everywhere.

  162. green eyes Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 10:58 am

    at what point does personal responsibility come in?

    ^^
    I’m definetly not making exuses for lack of personal discipline, but the deck is definetly stacked against niggas in alot of aspects. Also, personal responsibility is mostly learned behavior I think, and that takes us back to the discussion of broken families.

    ^ i hear you. but at what point do we stop lamenting the sins of the past, and look for the blessings and opportunities in the future? staying backwards focused will never get anyone forward.

  163. The Shot Clock Says:

    This is just throwback Nah tho

    ^

    yea i know.

    but i been working all fucking day, and was lookin for some fuckery and niggadom.

  164. b-ease Says:

    the most efficient use of money, if you really want to change things is paying teachers and charter schools.

    ^^
    Excellent point. With that said, without more emphasis on the importance of education being taught in the homes, this will be for naught. I taught before, and moreso than lack of supplies, updated textbooks, and crumbling facilities, its alot of parents complete lack of interest in their child’s education that are dooming these kids to intellectual ignorance.

  165. landlord Says:

    word… wtf is up today?… niggas been drinkin 40’s and smokin weed listening to deadprez all week? … ol revolutionary rountable ass niggas …

  166. cOLD Says:

    There are hard working people who want better for themselves everywhere.

    ^ this is true… don’t write the hood off just yet 456.

  167. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    but i been working all fucking day, and was lookin for some fuckery and niggadom.
    ^
    In that case fuck you mother and i’d like to fuck your sister if thats possible.

    Gucci!

  168. 456 Says:

    There are hard working people who want better for themselves everywhere.

    ^no one said hood cats are lazy. or don’t want better for themselves. the problem is cats is untrained and unschooled in what it takes to be a good worker. most hood cats have no idea what is required. the smart ones make it out but the average dude is pretty much lost.

  169. Dewill Says:

    @ Green Eyes

    I don’t believe we’ve had the pleasure of meeting… I’m Dewill from ATL

    *grabs hand*
    *kisses it*
    *smells of milk & honey*

  170. cOLD Says:

    word… wtf is up today?… niggas been drinkin 40’s and smokin weed listening to deadprez all week? … ol revolutionary rountable ass niggas …

    ^ I guess its been long due. The fuckery is is right around the corner tho.

  171. Jersey*made*me Says:

    *unlurks*

    *daps niggas*

    Beezy dropping gems.It’s not that deep.It’s all financial,point blank.The same media exists for non-blacks as well,we all live in the same society.I see Indians(dot heads),Asians,Arabs,hell even Nigerians come over here and come up.We gotta shake that 40 acres and a mule mentality,that shit ain’t coming.These other groups come over here and reap the benefits of the civil rights struggle ie. EOE,affirmitive action,minority grants,etc but they couple it with hard work and emphasis on education and they flourish.Fuck blaming the media when niggas is out here putting $5,000 rims on $1,200 cars.Niggas just gotta get they minds right,pool resources,and use that each one teach one doctrine and we can come up.

    @cOLD

    co-sign turning off the radio and tv,that shit is toxic to the weak.

  172. landlord Says:

    say word, Shot Clock got a sister?… any tinypic links available?

  173. Gravity Says:

    ^if you don’t know how to run a business that’s just a lot of talk. and try finding good employees in the hood. the most efficient use of money, if you really want to change things is paying teachers and charter schools.

    >.No disrespect but fuck that! When black-owned businesses move into the hood and employ good people then its a process of elimination for the ones who want to destroy the order of things. i’m talking if niggas want to really invest and not just pillage the hood, rally the community together and then turn the deviants in who dont want to leave the drama alone. yeah, snitch.. unless you have a community instituted form of discipline for misfits… This whole situation is sickening but we have to start somwhere..

  174. The Shot Clock Says:

    lol. word.

    *shines grill*

  175. Beezy Says:

    456 Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 11:07 am
    There are hard working people who want better for themselves everywhere.

    ^no one said hood cats are lazy. or don’t want better for themselves. the problem is cats is untrained and unschooled in what it takes to be a good worker. most hood cats have no idea what is required. the smart ones make it out but the average dude is pretty much lost.

    >>I’m not talking about opening up a center for Pharmaceutical Research…open a bakery – I’m sure you teach a few men and women from the neighborhood how back bread, cupcakes, etc.

    I do agree with your point about charter schools, from an educational standpoint.

    But that is an investment that will pay of for the future…we need jobs, and now.

  176. b-ease Says:

    but at what point do we stop lamenting the sins of the past, and look for the blessings and opportunities in the future?

    ^^
    When opprotunities for advancement seem like plausible solutions for most. At this point, making a “better” life just plain old doesnt seem realistic to alot of folk, unfortunately. But I feel you 100%, moving forward with what you have and trying to build off of that is the only real way.

  177. landlord Says:

    Dewill Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 11:07 am
    @ Green Eyes

    I don’t believe we’ve had the pleasure of meeting… I’m Dewill from ATL

    *grabs hand*
    *kisses it*
    *smells of milk & honey*

    ————–

    yo cOLD… you might wanna keep a eye on this nigga here no homo …

  178. silas aka simon Says:

    (devils advocate)

    aight sterotypically speaking if you go into an establishmen and you need some shit asap like your going to be late for an interview if there is some fuckery what ethnicity do you want to deal with ?

  179. b-ease Says:

    Comments are closed in the next post, dont even bother going over there…

  180. 456 Says:

    niggas been drinkin 40’s and smokin weed

    ^40’s? lol @ land showin his age. land prolly still got crooked i in the cooler.

  181. PsicoMagia Says:

    “bofeta”… that will forever be comedy

  182. cOLD Says:

    and use that each one teach one doctrine and we can come up.

    ^blood diamonds (c) Plug…

    sizzle everything you said, we do have the medium to get this message out, but the wrong message is being propagated.

  183. Beezy Says:

    Al Sharpton is on Joe Scarborough’s radio show right now discussing pretty much everything we are….haha

  184. b-ease Says:

    back bread

    ^^
    Is this concoction related to fat back in any way?

  185. cOLD Says:

    yo cOLD… you might wanna keep a eye on this nigga here no homo …

    ^ I seent this nigga, trust I’m just waiting for him to slip.

  186. landlord Says:

    Lmao @ COMMENTS ARE CLOSED

    no YOU stfu

  187. green eyes Says:

    # silas aka simon Says:
    January 7th, 2010 at 11:12 am

    (devils advocate)

    aight sterotypically speaking if you go into an establishmen and you need some shit asap like your going to be late for an interview if there is some fuckery what ethnicity do you want to deal with ?

    ^ this reminds of a time i was flying back ti the states from ecuador, hit mad turbulence and my nicaraguan homeboy turned to me and said “i need an older ex army white man to be flying this plan”

  188. Beezy Says:

    b-ease Says:

    January 7th, 2010 at 11:14 am
    back bread

    ^^
    Is this concoction related to fat back in any way?

    >>typo

    bake* bread

  189. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    *Daps Morning Shift*

  190. Babydoll Says:

    Hi Everybody! (no Dr. Nick)

    Why are the comments closed in the Clipse post?

    Ya’ll already know I wanted to put my signature VAAAAAAAAAAAAA…etc, etc

    LOL

  191. landlord Says:

    ^

    land prolly still got crooked i in the cooler.

    ————

    ayo, no homo

  192. Ghost Writer Says:

    Yo too much to read…I bet at lot of gyms were exercised

  193. 456 Says:

    It’s not that deep.It’s all financial,point blank…..Fuck blaming the media when niggas is out here putting $5,000 rims on $1,200 cars

    ^it can’t be just financial if niggas is spendin money so ignorantly.

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  195. Dewill Says:

    Nigga fat back is the shit as well as hamhocks!!! Adds the flavoring… Try that shit with fried corn and homemade biscuits!!!

  196. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Charter schools are the worst thing that happened to the public school system. The reason why kids in lower socioeconomic areas can no longer get a halfway decent education is because of public funds being given to what essentially are private schools where these same kids have no way of getting access to…..and please don’t say getting bussed in is an option because no kid should have to to take an hours worth of public transit to get to a decent school. Pair that with charter schools that only require minimal hours (like 3-5) of actual in class learning (these schools are BIG in CA) and you can see how public schools are losing. Our youths are set up to fail unless they are self motivated or their parents are upper middle class.

  197. Gravity Says:

    I’m no saint but read my words, I don’t just type it for popularity.. the answer is us, until we get that concept, all other efforts will be futile.

    Our value system is all fucked and that mentality of each one for himself is worse than a thousand Jeffrey Dahmers unleashed. We need to replace our leaders who be fucking up, Jesse, Al and’em. Instead of our protectionist mentalities that getting rid of them is black on black crime.. Ok i’m getting a bit too excited, this shit really bothers me though.

  198. landlord Says:

    Dewill Says:

    Nigga fat back is the shit as well as hamhocks!!! Adds the flavoring… Try that shit with fried corn

    —————–

    Internal Organ Failure FTW

  199. Dewill Says:

    ^ I seent this nigga, trust I’m just waiting for him to slip.

    ^^^
    LOL… It’s like that homie??? Damn my bad.. Not often do we get some soft legs to come around as of late…

    *sees another tenderoni*
    *Hello BD*
    *grabs hand*
    *kisses it*
    *smells of milk &honey also*

  200. b-ease Says:

    >>typo

    ^^
    I know son. I was being a smartass.

  201. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

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  202. Jersey*made*me Says:

    ^it can’t be just financial if niggas is spendin money so ignorantly.

    ^^

    Of course it can.Niggas that spend money like that come from backgrounds of people not used to having shit and have no financial discipline or understanding of financial responsibility.Plus they’re usually part of the drug/credit scam/armed robbery culture that exists mainly due to being broke and hopeless.

    It really is all financial in the end.

  203. cuban b Says:

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  204. SeniorCivilian Says:

    Have any of y’all read the book Let’s Get Free. It’s by a former prosecutor and he goes through all the way our justice system is fucked up. The US arrests so many people that it has actually elevated the crime rate. As a white conservative (don’t hate me), even I couldn’t deny the truth of it.

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