Furious Styles & DJ Dub Present: Jay Electronica – Victory (Mixtape)

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Some of that he-could-pass-a-polygraph for the weekend.

Says Dub & Furious Styles:

“In the current state of music, an artist like Jay (Electronica) deserves the attention of anyone who even THINKS they like Hip-Hop. We’re not saying that he’s the savior but he’s been working on the humble for years and Exhibit C opened him up to the world. World, meet Jay Electronica…support his victory for Hip-Hop.” – DJ DUB

“I truly believe that everyman has a story and Jay Electronica’s story is definitely the current soundtrack to Hip-Hop. He makes the impossible seem possible. Dub and I wanted to share his soundtrack with those that were unfamiliar. Let’s welcome back the lyricists to Hip- Hop.” – DJ FURIOUS STYLES

Furious Styles & DJ Dub Presents: Jay Electronica – Victory (Mixtape)

(Note: this version is split into mp3s, if you want to preview, stream as one big file here).


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313 Responses to “Furious Styles & DJ Dub Present: Jay Electronica – Victory (Mixtape)”

  1. ghost in the machine Says:

    tracklist?

  2. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Joey killed that R.I.P. shit….

    Joe Budden >

  3. Ghost Race Killah Says:

    Is this that mixtape niggas been talking about?

  4. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    yeh a tracklist would be goood…

  5. digital scales Says:

    Act 2 is that you?

  6. digital scales Says:

    Song that I’ve had in rotation all day week for some reason: Mc Shan – Left me Lonley

    That hook brings me back

  7. ghost in the machine Says:

    where is act 2?

  8. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    I’m guessing this is just a bunch of his already released shit

  9. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    January 9th, 2010 at 8:33 pm
    I’m guessing this is just a bunch of his already released shit
    =======================================
    Yep

  10. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Where Act II at ElecHannukah!!!!!????

  11. JihaD Says:

    Yo, I am so sick of the hyperbole that consumes every bloggers soul when it relates to Jay Electronica that I can’t see straight. He’s dope, but the overboard comments that are made about someone who has accomplished little-to-nothing in the game just shits on other (like-minded) artists who toil in obscurity, who don’t have major co-signs, or who don’t have a grammy-award winning producer giving you music you could fart over and go platinum with. Shit just makes me uninterested in his “story,” and even less in his “victory.”

    JihaD

  12. rex hussla Says:

    furious styles from the chi? homie from nah?

  13. landlord Says:

    not THEE furious styles of nahright right ?

  14. Jersey*made*me Says:

    You see Ookie nigga!!!!!

    Mike Vick for those not in the know.

  15. digital scales Says:

    Doubt it

  16. digital scales Says:

    Moderate my Ghost Race Killah handle

  17. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Yo, I am so sick of the hyperbole that consumes every bloggers soul when it relates to Jay Electronica that I can’t see straight. He’s dope, but the overboard comments that are made about someone who has accomplished little-to-nothing in the game just shits on other (like-minded) artists who toil in obscurity, who don’t have major co-signs, or who don’t have a grammy-award winning producer giving you music you could fart over and go platinum with. Shit just makes me uninterested in his “story,” and even less in his “victory.”

    JihaD

    ^^
    I gotta co-sign this

  18. landlord Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Joe Budden >

    ———-

    LOL

  19. landlord Says:

    “… i hold no weight, i cant hold no weight…”

    (c) woodro

  20. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    Jersey*made*me Says:

    January 9th, 2010 at 8:54 pm
    Yo, I am so sick of the hyperbole that consumes every bloggers soul when it relates to Jay Electronica that I can’t see straight. He’s dope, but the overboard comments that are made about someone who has accomplished little-to-nothing in the game just shits on other (like-minded) artists who toil in obscurity, who don’t have major co-signs, or who don’t have a grammy-award winning producer giving you music you could fart over and go platinum with. Shit just makes me uninterested in his “story,” and even less in his “victory.”

    JihaD

    ^^
    I gotta co-sign this
    ====================================
    I co-sign this too and Jersey you forgot to sign your name. lol

    Brooklyn Strong

  21. digital scales Says:

    How can I drop new music knowing Landlord exists!!! (C) Woodro

  22. Biscuit Booty Says:

    #

    oodro
    # Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 9:03 pm

    Jersey*made*me Says:

    January 9th, 2010 at 8:54 pm
    Yo, I am so sick of the hyperbole that consumes every bloggers soul when it relates to Jay Electronica that I can’t see straight. He’s dope, but the overboard comments that are made about someone who has accomplished little-to-nothing in the game just shits on other (like-minded) artists who toil in obscurity, who don’t have major co-signs, or who don’t have a grammy-award winning producer giving you music you could fart over and go platinum with. Shit just makes me uninterested in his “story,” and even less in his “victory.”

    JihaD

    ^^
    I gotta co-sign this
    ====================================
    I co-sign this too and Jersey you forgot to sign your name. lol

    Brooklyn Strong

    ^^^^
    Think I’m gonna have to cosign this one too, mates

  23. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    LOL
    ^
    One of the illest to ever spit. EVER.

  24. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I can’t find the knick game for shit on TV

  25. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    He’s dope, but the overboard comments that are made about someone who has accomplished little-to-nothing in the game
    ^
    This is what’s wrong with Hip-Hop…as soon as you said he’s dope, that really should of been it…as a listener, why the fuck do i care what a rapper has “accomplished”…make ill hip-hop…period.

  26. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Just say the Jay E stannery is annoying, that would be more plausible.

  27. Remixznflow Says:

    Yall sound like haters.. flat out… jay electronica is dope.. really dope.. and his music warrants the excitement that is being generated..

  28. Felipe Says:

    whenever someone gets a big buzz in a short amount of time, haters are always standing by

    fuck the hate. Jay’s making real-hip-hop, and that’s all I ask for

  29. Oscar Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 9:17 pm

    Just say the Jay E stannery is annoying, that would be more plausible.

    ^
    Yes. Whatever the other guy said, it didn’t make much sense.

  30. Oscar Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 9:17 pm

    Just say the Jay E stannery is annoying, that would be more plausible.

    ^
    Yes. Whatever the other guy said, it didn’t make much sense.

  31. a_sylum Says:

    Theres ton of ill artists out there who dont get any where near the hype. Blu, Fashawn, Skyzoo, the list could go on. The stans need to stop showing up and just start appreciating good music.

  32. Delgado Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 9:16 pm
    This is what’s wrong with Hip-Hop…as soon as you said he’s dope, that really should of been it…as a listener, why the fuck do i care what a rapper has “accomplished”…make ill hip-hop…period.
    ^
    Yes. Regardless of what hype an artists garners, the opinion on him should be made by you and not for you.

  33. Felipe Says:

    ghost in the machine Says:

    January 9th, 2010 at 8:20 pm
    tracklist?

    ^^^^

    The back of the tape says “tracklist upon request”. The tracks aren’t titled, something about title’s being irrelevant (again, it was on the back artwork of the tape)

  34. silvanutts Says:

    gotta check this out.. exhibit c is best ive heard in a minute

  35. abortatron Says:

    jay elec is dope, but these internet cats make it seem like dude is a legend already. exhibit a & c are heat rocks, but c’mon…dude hasn’t even dropped an album yet! i read somewhere that jay elec was taking hip-hop back to illmatic. c’mon……

  36. hl Says:

    why are niggas afraid to be excited? if jay elec is a bust so be it. for right now there’s no reason to believe he’s not that dude to check for.

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

    Just shows how thirsty heads are for a “Real MC”.

  38. Tong Po Flo Says:

    jay elec is dope, but these internet cats make it seem like dude is a legend already. exhibit a & c are heat rocks, but c’mon…dude hasn’t even dropped an album yet! i read somewhere that jay elec was taking hip-hop back to illmatic. c’mon……

    ^ The same can be said for Drake too

  39. ghost in the machine Says:

    i saw the thing on the back cover and i think they just did that to cover up the fact that there are no new songs

  40. NovemberEnd Says:

    *still patiently waiting for Act II*

  41. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    *does not download*

    *continues waiting for Act II and harrassing Jay on Facebook about it*

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

    jay elec is dope, but these internet cats make it seem like dude is a legend already. exhibit a & c are heat rocks, but c’mon…dude hasn’t even dropped an album yet! i read somewhere that jay elec was taking hip-hop back to illmatic. c’mon……

    ^ The same can be said for Drake too
    ===========================
    Except Drake’s shtick isn’t that groundbreaking. Neither are his rhymes. He just presents an appealing total package (ie. Chicks fuck with his shit too).

    Plus he’s actually made alot of noise in the “Real World”.

  43. Danielson Says:

    name edit/change confirmation… testing

  44. Danielson Says:

    oh…

  45. Cashmere Cavalli aka The Debonair Cavalier Says:

    2010 will be the year of mixtape pushbacks

    Act II
    Boss of All Bosses 2
    No Competition 2

    but Bow Wow does 2 million downloads in 2 days…..SMFH

  46. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    even though i’ve been labeled a hater. SMDH because I’m not. I eagerly await Act ll.

  47. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Yall act like yall want to blow this nigga under the table in the VIP.Niggas entitled to their opinion.I say he’s dope but niggas need to get up off they fucking knees slurping homie.J Cole is dope,actually my favorite new MC,but you’ll never see me on here trying to persuade niggas to say all good shit about him,fuck J Cole and his mammy.I just like his music.

    Jay Elec could get head from a few niggas on here,real rap.

  48. Jersey*made*me Says:

    *daps BK*

    Whaddup 70’s baby

  49. Mr. First AKA J. Brown Says:

    Cats do be stanning for Jay Elec dumb hard… kinda OD. Beasting on an artist is only warranted if they’re THAT MUCH better than everyone else, and I don’t think there’s a clear cut “best guy out” right now.

  50. b-ease Says:

    Except Drake’s shtick isn’t that groundbreaking

    ^^
    Neither is Elec’s, real talk. He’s just a throwback to mid90s Wu Tang esque hiphop (Killah Priest in particular), that sounds fresh because we haven’t heard this style done well in over 10 years. Drake and Elec are pretty derivative , Drake just seems moreso because he’s aping artists that are current.

    With all that said, both them dudes are making excellent music right now, no debate.

  51. abortatron Says:

    jay elec is dope, but these internet cats make it seem like dude is a legend already. exhibit a & c are heat rocks, but c’mon…dude hasn’t even dropped an album yet! i read somewhere that jay elec was taking hip-hop back to illmatic. c’mon……

    ^ The same can be said for Drake too
    ===========================
    Except Drake’s shtick isn’t that groundbreaking. Neither are his rhymes. He just presents an appealing total package (ie. Chicks fuck with his shit too).

    Plus he’s actually made alot of noise in the “Real World”.
    ===============================================

    ^ i’ve honestly never understood why drake get so much love..
    jay elec at least made a couple good songs..this cat drake has never dropped a bar that i dug.. i tried too, cause i wanted to see what all the hype was, i thought maybe i was hearing the wrong songs at first so i tried different stuff. just cant get in to all that top 40 rap, i guess. jay elec makes me excited about what he is capable of, but i ain’t gonna crown him until he puts together a whole album..even a whole mixtape that was consistent.. the internet hype machine is bananas.. blog comments can make or break a dude i guess…

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

    I object to the stanning but dude is nice so some of the shit I can live with.

  53. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Jay Elec could get head from a few niggas on here,real rap.

    ^ AYO and lol

  54. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    Drake and Elec are pretty derivative , Drake just seems moreso because he’s aping artists that are current.
    ^^

    true

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

    Neither is Elec’s, real talk. He’s just a throwback to mid90s Wu Tang esque hiphop (Killah Priest in particular), that sounds fresh because we haven’t heard this style done well in over 10 years.
    =======================================
    Which is what makes Jay stand out from the pack.

    Drake and Elec are pretty derivative , Drake just seems moreso because he’s aping artists that are current.
    ===========================================
    Yup

    With all that said, both them dudes are making excellent music right now, no debate.
    =======================================
    And there you go.

  56. hl Says:

    If everyone agrees Jay Elec is dope, why would anyone be upset that he’s getting so much attention. It would make more sense if you thought he was wack. I don’t get it.

  57. Tong Po Flo Says:

    jay elec makes me excited about what he is capable of

    ^ This, I just hope he lives up to the hype

  58. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    Jersey*made*me Says:

    January 9th, 2010 at 10:36 pm
    *daps BK*

    Whaddup 70’s baby
    ===========================
    actually born in the 60’s so I’ll give you 5 on the black hand side. lol

  59. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    Some of these dudes gong to be commenting wearing a Fez now. smdh

  60. landlord Says:

    Blu > Jay Electronica

    beats and rhymes > rhymes

  61. hl Says:

    Blu is a beast with those beats.

    Blu > Exile

  62. M.U. Says:

    New Tracks by Detroit’s best Kept Secret…….

    DETROIT STAND UP!!!!!!!!

  63. abortatron Says:

    its funny how cats give some new school rookie like jay elec or drake mad love for some average shit (not saying exhibit a &c are average, just everything else in elec’s catalog)and hate on someone like jay z or nas when he does something dope(or for arguments sake let’s say above average). i remember when d.o.a. dropped and i thought “this is what the game needs right now” but on the comments, people were actin like it was the worst shit ever.. just sayin..

  64. landlord Says:

    ^

    Blu is a beast with those beats.

    Blu > Exile

    ——-

    its gettin real close… i think Exile is more clever with the drum pads still … but both of them have insane ears for samples, loops, and melodies … real soulful joints …

  65. landlord Says:

    DOA was borderline wack, Fam… and i love Hov’s catalog …

  66. abortatron Says:

    damn.. all this debate over the stannery, and i straight forgot to ask.. anybody listen to this shit yet? ? new stuff ? old stuff ? any good ?

  67. hl Says:

    its gettin real close… i think Exile is more clever with the drum pads still … but both of them have insane ears for samples, loops, and melodies … real soulful joints …

    —–

    I’m not saying Exile is wack. I like Fashawn’s album alot. But the Godllebarnes joint won me over. I hoping that get a real release.

  68. landlord Says:

    BP3 suffered badly from lack of JustBlaze beats … it just sounds so bubblegum for JayZ standards … never has a jayz lp got old so quickly …

    AG > BP3

  69. Sleep Says:

    Cowboys and jets win, knicks lose not a good day

  70. Felipe Says:

    those who say this is old stuff, can one of yall write up the tracklist?

  71. abortatron Says:

    DOA was borderline wack, Fam… and i love Hov’s catalog …

    ============================================

    i’ll give you that the flow wasn’t hov’s best ever or anything..but it was aight, and that beat was bananas… my point was just that people look for a reason to hate on someone like jay, but (to me anyway) they give big ups to these new dudes for some very average stuff..i.e. drake’s entire output. that shit is nothing special, but people are acting like drake is the son of god or something(jesus christ, not nasir)

  72. b-ease Says:

    DOA was borderline wack, Fam… and i love Hov’s catalog …

    ^^
    Dope song in and of itself (beat was toooooo ill), but it seemed contradictory when he gave Wayne a pass in interviews, and had Kanye produce the album, therefore making the point moot

  73. landlord Says:

    ^
    I’m not saying Exile is wack. I like Fashawn’s album alot. But the Godllebarnes joint won me over. I hoping that get a real release.

    ——-

    yeah, i would definitely buy that from the store to get the CDQuality …

    “TilWeDie” >>>>>>>>

  74. hl Says:

    DOA was borderline wack, Fam… and i love Hov’s catalog …

    ——

    True. And it didn’t help that BP3 was actually wack. Jay and Nas are legends, so when they release something subpar critics let them have it. Those are two of the illest no doubt though. It happens all the time. On the low Prodigy has release several good albums post G-Unit. But because Mobb Deep’s legacy is so strong it gets dismissed. Just how it is.

  75. b-ease Says:

    BP3 suffered badly from lack of JustBlaze beats …

    ^^
    It did as far as giving Hov beats he could spaz on. But that wasn’t the point of BP3. The goal of that album seemed to be making Jay sonically relevant to the younger generation, which he lost on KC and AG. And in that respect, the LP succeeded.

    AG and BP3 are both dope, but neither is the Hov we all crowned GOAT.

  76. hl Says:

    Land, do they have the Godleebarnes tracklist floating around? Or did you just assume that’s the song’s name?

  77. b-ease Says:

    98-02 Jayz >>>>>>><

  78. abortatron Says:

    AG and BP3 are both dope, but neither is the Hov we all crowned GOAT.
    ===============================================

    agreed.. black album was probably the last of the truly great jay albums..

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

    Charles Hamilton’s Beats > Blu’s Beats

    Do not front.

  80. Tong Po Flo Says:

    i’ll give you that the flow wasn’t hov’s best ever or anything..but it was aight, and that beat was bananas… my point was just that people look for a reason to hate on someone like jay, but (to me anyway) they give big ups to these new dudes for some very average stuff..i.e. drake’s entire output. that shit is nothing special, but people are acting like drake is the son of god or something(jesus christ, not nasir)

    ^ Lol true on all of this I played DOA more than I did Best I Ever Had

  81. landlord Says:

    Charles Hamilton’s Beats > Blu’s Beats

    ————

    sometimes

    and yeah i have the tracklist

  82. Officer Duscrom Says:

    Charles Hamilton’s Beats > Blu’s Beats

    ^^^

    truth.org

  83. b-ease Says:

    With that said, as dope as AG was, it didn’t sound like the “year in my life” diary entries that Hov made his name on and used to create his LPs. And granted, it wasn’t supposed to be. But Jay was trying to reignite his status as god MC by masking a RD throwback (and Black Album leftovers, which I always suspected) as a concept album. His head (ll) was in it, but his p wasn’t.

    Vol 1, 2, 3; Dynasty and Blueprint >> BA and beyond

    and it’s not even close.

  84. abortatron Says:

    madlib’s beats>Charles Hamilton’s Beats > Blu’s Beats

  85. b-ease Says:

    heart > p

    not sure at all how that happened, lol.

  86. hl Says:

    Charles Hamilton’s Beats > Blu’s Beats

    Do not front.

    —-

    I do remember several times trying to listen to his stuff and thinking, “this beat is kind of dope but he’s ruining it with cornball shit”. Didn’t know he produced though.

  87. NovemberEnd Says:

    #

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Exhibit Geez Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 11:25 pm

    Charles Hamilton’s Beats > Blu’s Beats

    Do not front.
    ^^^^^^^^^
    Chuck is known to pilfer others production

  88. NovemberEnd Says:

    # abortatron Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 11:30 pm

    madlib’s beats>Charles Hamilton’s Beats > Blu’s Beats
    ^^^^^^^^^
    thats not even a fair ..to put them in Madliberator’s league…lol

  89. b-ease Says:

    BP2 was interesting. The most confident emcee ever (based on appearance) was clearly unsure of himself. Contains some of his best lyrical performances, and some of his worst songs. He was hungry, but also confused as to why the country seemed to be rooting for Esco.

  90. hl Says:

    Vol 1, 2, 3; Dynasty and Blueprint >> BA and beyond

    and it’s not even close.

    ——–

    No sign. Go back and listen to Volume 1 through 3 and dynasty. Alot of dopeness, but just as much filler IMO.
    Blueprint > Reasonable Doubt > Black Album > AG > Everything else

  91. b-ease Says:

    Staff Development >

    Still.

  92. b-ease Says:

    Go back and listen to Volume 1 through 3 and dynasty. Alot of dopeness, but just as much filler IMO.

    ^^
    No doubt, there was filler on those projects. But as weird as it sounds, I got a kick out of it. For four years, I got a Jay album annually with some of the best hiphop ever and two songs there were no exuse for.Go back and listen to Volume 1 through 3 and dynasty. Alot of dopeness, but just as much filler IMO.Go back and listen to Volume 1 through 3 and dynasty. Alot of dopeness, but just as much p IMO.

  93. abortatron Says:

    Blueprint > Reasonable Doubt > Black Album > AG > Everything else

    ^this

  94. Mr. First AKA J. Brown Says:

    Blueprint > Reasonable Doubt > Black Album > AG > Everything else

    ^^ cosign for real. these are the only 4 Jay albums you really need, to be honest. everything else is extra.

  95. Tong Po Flo Says:

    agreed.. black album was probably the last of the truly great jay albums..

    ^ Word, Jay is Snoop Dogg status, still making hits but not solid albums

  96. b-ease Says:

    I fucked that comment all up (iPhone and Grand Mariner).

    Black Album is overrated. I prefer condescending, I’m the nicest rapper Hov to Im retiring, look at what I’ve done Hov.

    I’d argue that there no single song on BA as dope as Where Im From, Week Ago, there’s been a murder, or Where Have u been.

  97. hl Says:

    agreed.. black album was probably the last of the truly great jay albums..

    ^ Word, Jay is Snoop Dogg status, still making hits but not solid albums
    —–

    AG was a solid album. And Snoop’s new album is dope. I guess it depends on what you expect from snoop.

  98. b-ease Says:

    Vol 2, 3, Dynasty >> Black Album

    Vol 1 is a weird album, a portrait of an artist not sure of his purpose or direction. Album doesn’t hold together as a whole well, but alot of those songs (Where Im, Million, Friend or Foe, Inaginary, etc…) are vital parts of Jays legend and naturally some of his best work.

  99. HIM Says:

    Vol 1, 2, 3; Dynasty and Blueprint >> BA and beyond

    ^^that by alot.

    jays main problem right now is he isnt hungry, there is no motivation for him to make more music besides the fact that he wants to. “im raping def jam till im the 500 million dollor man” <–well he did that, and now hes bored it seems. problem with rap is that dude had one of the better albums out last year.

  100. hl Says:

    Vol 1 is a weird album, a portrait of an artist not sure of his purpose or direction. Album doesn’t hold together as a whole well, but alot of those songs (Where Im, Million, Friend or Foe, Inaginary, etc…) are vital parts of Jays legend and naturally some of his best work.

    ——

    I agree, some of Jay’s best work is on vol 1. I just dont understand why people look back at that album as a classics. Really the dope to wack ratio was the about the same as Nastradamas or I Am.

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

    Vol. 3 = overrated

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

    Black Album is overrated. I prefer condescending, I’m the nicest rapper Hov to Im retiring, look at what I’ve done Hov.
    =============================================
    He’s been on that “Look what I’ve done” shit for the last 3 albums.

    Enough already.

  103. abortatron Says:

    “look what i’ve done”>”i ain’t done it, but ima pretend i did it and rap about it”

  104. b-ease Says:

    Vol. 3 = overrated

    ^^
    I’d agree with this if I ever heard anyone call it one of Jays best, which I don’t. Like Vol 1, it’s almost the “forgotten”album.

    S. Carter and Pop 4 Roc were horrible songs, but to me, the rest of the album is heat rock.

  105. b-ease Says:

    He’s been on that “Look what I’ve done” shit for the last 3 albums.

    ^^
    Can’t argue with that…

  106. NovemberEnd Says:

    Vol 1 minus 2-3 songs is a classic…Jay continued where RD leftoff but somewhere in the process he thought a Kelly Price, Babyface, Blackstreet features were a good idea…

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

    Vol. 3 = overrated

    ^^
    I’d agree with this if I ever heard anyone call it one of Jays best, which I don’t.
    ===============================
    I HAVE heard cats say that was one of Jay’s best when it’s clearly not.

  108. b-ease Says:

    Blueprint > Reasonable Doubt > Black Album > AG > Everything else

    ^^
    smh at AG being better than the “volumes”, or Dynasty. Them being better than BA is debatable, I just stand on the other side of the argument.

  109. hl Says:

    Vol 1 minus 2-3 songs is a classic…Jay continued where RD leftoff but somewhere in the process he thought a Kelly Price, Babyface, Blackstreet features were a good idea…

    —-
    MAbey a classic EP. That’s three already. But what about “I know whay girls like”? Or the joint with Foxy. Half of that album is radio pandering. The other half is crack.

  110. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Bravehearts >>>> Memphis Bleek, J. Cole, Rihanna

  111. b-ease Says:

    LF: Watchmen should never have been made a movie, only a HBO mini series could have done it justice.

  112. b-ease Says:

    Bravehearts >>>> Memphis Bleek, J. Cole, Rihanna

    ^^
    You don’t believe that.

  113. hl Says:

    Bravehearts >>>> Memphis Bleek, J. Cole, Rihanna

    —-

    Lies.

  114. hl Says:

    Mabey Rihanna though. But Jungle may be the worst rapper to ever come out of QB.

  115. Tong Po Flo Says:

    You don’t believe that.

    ^ hahahaha heck no

  116. Tong Po Flo Says:

    LF: Va$htie >>>>>

    That’s one sexy blogga

  117. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    whatever happened to the Bravehearts? It seems that noboby knows.

  118. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    I’m surprised they never popped up on one of those he’s supposed to take care of me all my life videos

  119. Tong Po Flo Says:

    whatever happened to the Bravehearts? It seems that noboby knows.

    ^ Word, they were pretty aight better than some of these groups that are out now

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

    But Jungle may be the worst rapper to ever come out of QB.
    ===========================================
    Nah. You heard Ron Artest rhyme?

  121. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    Barkley looks like Ali on this SNL skit

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

    I’m surprised they never popped up on one of those he’s supposed to take care of me all my life videos
    ===================================
    Cause them niggas knew he did them a favor by getting them a record deal & taking them out of the projects.

  123. hl Says:

    lol. yeah, but ron artest isnt nas’ brother. one of them dude gotta be adopted.

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

    I can’t see that McGruber movie having a single LOL moment.

  125. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Exhibit Geez Says:

    January 10th, 2010 at 12:24 am
    But Jungle may be the worst rapper to ever come out of QB.
    ===========================================
    Nah. You heard Ron Artest rhyme?
    ==========================
    Don’t forget Lakey

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

    I don’t think a single rapper in Queensbridge is cool with Nas.

    That’s type fucked up.

  127. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    i’m just watching SNL to see Alicia’s ass

  128. b-ease Says:

    whatever happened to the Bravehearts? It seems that noboby knows.

    ^^
    “My nigga Horse got married, see shit is changing…” (c) The Flyest

    and that verse on “The Cross” about Jungles “jealousy”, pretty much explain the current status of the Bravehearts.

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

    I’m surprised they never popped up on one of those he’s supposed to take care of me all my life videos
    =============================
    I was expecting Sauce Money to pop up alongside Jaz & DeHaven by now. I guess them checks from “I’ll Be Missing You” must have kept him afloat.

  130. hl Says:

    all these songs on the jay e mixtape are old, but its a pretty good collection of his random joints.

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

    i’m just watching SNL to see Alicia’s ass
    =========================
    You already know.

    Swizz had a couple bad bitches.

    Being Rich & Famous >>>

  132. b-ease Says:

    I don’t think a single rapper in Queensbridge is cool with Nas.

    ^^
    Word. But after “Destroy and Rebuild” they all realized how foolish it was to cross him.

    I’m a Mega fan, but Esco BODIED that nigga. P couldn’t withstand the 1-2 punch of that and Takeover, and Nature…well, nothing left to say man, Nature moved to Marcy.

  133. The Shot Clock Says:

    JE got more mixtapes with the same tracks than anyone in history.

  134. b-ease Says:

    JE got more mixtapes with the same tracks than anyone in history.

    ^^
    That made me “roffle” for whatever reason…

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

    But Prodigy never went full out @ Nas. He was still in shock after Takeover.

    Nas & Prodigy coulda whipped up something nice for Jay-Z if they had been cool around that time.

  136. hl Says:

    build and destroy may be my favorite diss out of all the nas/jay back and forth.

    “def jam signed him but his rhymes was wack”

  137. b-ease Says:

    Cornchip, Buckwheat look-a-like, it’s Mega.

  138. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    uh oh I think we might be heading toward the 10 millionth Jay vs Nas debate

  139. hl Says:

    mabey if jay would bury beans/jaz/dehaven etc they would stop fucking with him.

  140. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    she’s dedicating this song to Mashonda

  141. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    That proactive must really work. She used to have a lil bumpy face problem

  142. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    “My nigga Horse got married, see shit is changing…” (c) The Flyest

    and that verse on “The Cross” about Jungles “jealousy”, pretty much explain the current status of the Bravehearts.
    ^^^

    yeah when I realized those lines were about Jungle I was kinda surprised he was taking those type of shots at his brother

  143. b-ease Says:

    But Prodigy never went full out @ Nas. He was still in shock after Takeover.

    ^^
    He didn’t, but Ps verse on that Mega song (can’t think of the name rite now), could have been targeted at either one of them. Irrelevant tho, cause he had already been murked.

    Prodigy 95-99 >>>>>

  144. hl Says:

    prodigy is still one of my alltime favorites. fuck all that revisionist shit. infamous/hell on earth/murda musik is one of the best 3 album runs ever.

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

    Prodigy 95-99 >>>>>
    ==================
    Truth.

    Dude knows how to pick a beat too.

    Quietly, HNIC 2 & Product Of The 80’s were solid. Cats are just so used to shitting on him nowadays and getting rocked by Saigon doesn’t make it easier.

  146. b-ease Says:

    I guess them checks from “I’ll Be Missing You” must have kept him afloat.

    ^^
    They (the checks that is) definetly did. Him and Kelly Price had to sue Diddy for that loot tho, lmao.

    Puff Daddy >>>

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

    Puff Daddy >>>
    =================
    See, at least with Puff, there are no illusions. At least there shouldn’t be.

    Everybody knows that nigga is about Diddy 1st & Diddy’s Money 2nd.

    You gotta respect his “paper” gangster.

  148. b-ease Says:

    Quietly, HNIC 2 & Product Of The 80’s were solid.

    ^^
    I’d go as far as to call them both “dope”. As opposed to just “solid”, lol.

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

    I’d go as far as to call them both “dope”. As opposed to just “solid”, lol.
    ===========================================
    Nah. Solid is more like it.

    The Return Of The Mac was dope.

  150. Officer Duscrom Says:

    #noonetouchestheshaqtus

  151. The Shot Clock Says:

    See, at least with Puff, there are no illusions. At least there shouldn’t be.

    Everybody knows that nigga is about Diddy 1st & Diddy’s Money 2nd.

    You gotta respect his “paper” gangster.

    ^

    this is why Baby is that nigga.

    i’m sure theres something soul-corrupting about being that obsessed with money, but u gotta respect his dedication.

  152. BK...Then Them Says:

    Rap Game Crack Game
    A Million And One Questions
    Lucky Me
    Imaginary Playa
    Where I’m From
    You Must Love Me
    Friend Or Foe 98
    Streets Are Watching

    As bad as some of the crossover attempts were Vol.1 is Jay-Z 3rd best record ever

  153. De La Swole Says:

    Man…after reading these comments…..this place is like where all the non pussy gettin people gather

  154. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Youth Revolt was ok…M.Cera is and will always be hilarious but the movie was iight…

  155. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Sometimes i think The Black album is better than BP1 and i think BP1 is the best piece of music ever packaged and shelved.

  156. b-ease Says:

    Sometimes i think The Black album is better than BP1

    ^^
    Crazy talk.

  157. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Crazy talk.
    ^
    I know it sounds that way but i just really like the BA like that..

  158. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    while we’re making disagreeable claims about Jay z albums id say

    BP > Reasonable Doubt

  159. SilkCityP Says:

    Jay Elec isn’t a legend yet… we all know that, however he is a legend in the making! When was the last time the rap game was more interested in a rapper like this more than anybody else? That says alot about his talent! His buzz is stronger than anybody elses in the game right now!

  160. Biscuit Booty Says:

    The rap game is not really interested in Jay Elec. Only a few people in the blogosphere. The hip-hop intellectuals, nerds, 5 percenters, and old heads are only interested in him. The ones who don’t buy albums. He’s basically an unknown. drake, Gucci mane, have both generated more buzz than this guy.

  161. Belize Says:

    http://www.amazon.com/Triads-Kegan-Paul-China-Library/dp/0710312040

  162. De La Swole Says:

    ^ NO SHIT President Obvious. Obvious Prime over here/

  163. NovemberEnd Says:

    It Was Written > Reasonable Doubt

    …carry on

  164. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i’m sure theres something soul-corrupting about being that obsessed with money, but u gotta respect his dedication

    ^

    when you sacrifice your SOUL for ANYTHING, other humans pick up on it early! what seperates that person from everyone else is personal value. take stock in yourselves nahkis.

    “…hip hop’ll praise you, pay you, do w/e you say do/but black it can’t save you!”(c) Flaco Bey

    this thead goes.

    outro

  165. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    thread>thead

    out tho.

  166. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    It Was Written > Reasonable Doubt
    ^^^

    oh, without question

  167. JihaD Says:

    I been listening to all the G-Unit Albums lately, and I realized something as I re-listened to The Documentary (I literally haven’t listened to it in about 3-4 years)

    Dr. Dre, Just Blaze, Kanye, Cool & Dre, Havoc, Timberland, and Buckwild on the boards+ the THREE biggest Co-signs in rap (ATM)… Jayceon Taylor’s entire career was manufactured for him, because real talk, you give that same production and co-signs to any nigga on the street and they going triple platinum with no problems. I mean, Can anyone name the producers on Hunger For More, Straight Outta Cashville, or Thoughts of a Predicate Felon? Hell, even GRODT didn’t have that type of production coming out of the gate…

    JihaD

  168. APES IN SPACE Says:

    ^
    is it cool to type your name after everything you type……

    APES IN SPACE

  169. Cypher Says:

    ^

    nah you gotta put a album title after it to sum up what you saying.

    ‘Deeper Then Rap’

  170. LondonBloke: Internahtional Man of Mystery Says:

    Obvious Prime over here

    ^

    #laughs out loud

    plantation on a sunday. fml

  171. APES IN SPACE Says:

    from the people who brought you jesus camp comes run bitch run

  172. RARA!! Says:

    DJ DUB Hottest Mixtape DJ/Club DJ..PERIOD!!!!

  173. kedordu Says:

    I been listening to all the G-Unit Albums lately, and I realized something as I re-listened to The Documentary (I literally haven’t listened to it in about 3-4 years)

    Dr. Dre, Just Blaze, Kanye, Cool & Dre, Havoc, Timberland, and Buckwild on the boards+ the THREE biggest Co-signs in rap (ATM)… Jayceon Taylor’s entire career was manufactured for him, because real talk, you give that same production and co-signs to any nigga on the street and they going triple platinum with no problems. I mean, Can anyone name the producers on Hunger For More, Straight Outta Cashville, or Thoughts of a Predicate Felon? Hell, even GRODT didn’t have that type of production coming out of the gate…

    doctors advocate was lyrically better than documentary .

  174. Abortatron Says:

    ^
    is it cool to type your name after everything you type……

    APES IN SPACE
    ———————————-
    ^

    nah you gotta put a album title after it to sum up what you saying.

    ‘Deeper Then Rap’
    —————————————
    ^ lol
    “ghetto dope”

  175. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Sunday morning twat>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  176. Cashmere Cavalli aka The Debonair Cavalier Says:

    “Up yo catalog dogg mines worth too much” (c) Nasir

  177. APES IN SPACE Says:

    A.G. never has to be concerned with gettin food stuck inbetween his teeth

  178. hl Says:

    it was written is the most unfairly shitted on album ever. history has been very kind to it. still front to back dopeness.

  179. hl Says:

    honestly all 3 of game’s albums have good to dope.

  180. b-ease Says:

    honestly all 3 of game’s albums have good to dope.

    ^^
    LAX was weak. But the other two were definetly great LPs.

  181. b-ease Says:

    doctors advocate was lyrically better than documentary .

    ^^
    DA is arguably a better album, and it depends on how you define lyrical.

  182. b-ease Says:

    Olde English >>>

    Best song Game’s ever recorded.

  183. b-ease Says:

    It Was Written > Reasonable Doubt

    ^^
    Maybe too close to call for me. I’m leaning towards a cosign tho.

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

    50 shoulda kept Higher & MVP.

    Neither Buck, nor Banks nor Yayo got as much help with a record as Game did.

    Disloyal ass nigga.

  185. PHENOMENON Says:

    It Was Written > Reasonable Doubt

    ^ ^
    **RNC’s it up.

    No.

  186. Harlem World Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Exhibit Geez Says:
    January 10th, 2010 at 11:22 am

    50 shoulda kept Higher & MVP.

    Neither Buck, nor Banks nor Yayo got as much help with a record as Game did.

    Disloyal ass nigga.

    ^^
    MOTHERFUCKIN COSIGN

    Game woulda just been another mixtape rapper with bars without Fif and Dre. Thats why Jimmy had to put him in G-Unit.

  187. Harlem World Says:

    Cosign kedordu too.

  188. Harlem World Says:

    I been listening to all the G-Unit Albums lately, and I realized something as I re-listened to The Documentary (I literally haven’t listened to it in about 3-4 years)

    Dr. Dre, Just Blaze, Kanye, Cool & Dre, Havoc, Timberland, and Buckwild on the boards+ the THREE biggest Co-signs in rap (ATM)… Jayceon Taylor’s entire career was manufactured for him, because real talk, you give that same production and co-signs to any nigga on the street and they going triple platinum with no problems. I mean, Can anyone name the producers on Hunger For More, Straight Outta Cashville, or Thoughts of a Predicate Felon? Hell, even GRODT didn’t have that type of production coming out of the gate…

    JihaD

    ^^
    Exactly.

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

    Dr. Dre, Just Blaze, Kanye, Cool & Dre, Havoc, Timberland, and Buckwild on the boards
    =================================
    Smells like a classic already.

  190. hl Says:

    i kno2 he’s a cornball, but ya’ll short changing game. dope is dope regardless of who cosigned it.

  191. Jay Electronica – Victory (Mixtape) | The Real Frequency Says:

    […] at NR Download link and more cover art after the […]

  192. Smooth Says:

    People don’t realize Jay is bigger now than he’s ever been.

    BP3 was a very wise move. It got him on Oprah.

    The BP3 singles (minus Forever Young) were dope.

  193. Jay Electronica: Victory (Mixtape) « DAVE K Says:

    […] (Via Nah Right) […]

  194. Cashmere Cavalli aka The Debonair Cavalier Says:

    BP3 did for Jay what Graduation did for Kanye

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

    People don’t realize Jay is bigger now than he’s ever been.
    =======================================
    “Big” doesn’t equal “Dope”

    “Big” equals “White People copped his shit”

    I could care less.

  196. Smooth Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Exhibit Geez Says:
    January 10th, 2010 at 12:43 pm
    People don’t realize Jay is bigger now than he’s ever been.
    =======================================
    “Big” doesn’t equal “Dope”

    “Big” equals “White People copped his shit”

    I could care less.

    ^
    what difference does it matter if theyre white?
    btw im not white, im just sayin…break free from this mentality…

    It makes a difference for Jay-z…he wants to be an icon…if you know anything about Jay,,,,he doesnt care about being the nicest/dopest mc anymore…its all about power and money…”i wanted to rhyme like common sense…did a mill” etc…

    Jay has already proved hes an ill rapper…hes approaching 70,,,wtf is he gona try and be the nicest rapper forever? he has new goals…thats y he endorses all the fresh new talent eg. kanye, drake, cudi, lupe …

  197. hl Says:

    please no more plea coppin about why jay isnt trying to be dope anymore. smh at fans supporting half ass efforts.

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

    he doesnt care about being the nicest/dopest mc anymore…its all about power and money
    ===============================
    And that’s cool?

    SMH

    Jay-Z is already an icon. I care more about his artistic legacy then his portfolio.

  199. Deen Says:

    Freddie Gibbs >>>>>> _______

  200. Remixznflow Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a Exhibit Geez Says:
    January 10th, 2010 at 12:43 pm

    People don’t realize Jay is bigger now than he’s ever been.
    =======================================
    “Big” doesn’t equal “Dope”

    “Big” equals “White People copped his shit”

    I could care less.

    ^what kind of baseless statement IS this?

    so what, white people purchased it… smh so white people dont count as hiphop fans? ridiculous. THIS is why so many people hate on jay? because white people like the music… so that means he sold out huh? LOL.. Its statements like these that let me know niggas hate just to hate… plain and simple. And saying stuff like “Jay-Z is already an icon. I care more about his artistic legacy then his portfolio.” doesnt make since either. His artistic legacy IS his portfolio…

  201. Cashmere Cavalli aka The Debonair Cavalier Says:

    # Deen Says:
    January 10th, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    Freddie Gibbs >>>>>> _______

    ^^^^^

    THIS…..he’s bringin back hardcore gangster rap and hoe bashing

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

    THIS is why so many people hate on jay? because white people like the music…
    ========================================
    No, it’s because he stopped making it for the fans who supported him from day one & started pandering to johnny come lately’s who don’t give a shit about Hip-Hop.

    His artistic legacy IS his portfolio…
    =====================
    Then his stock is falling

  203. chitownshope Says:

    Jay Elec is>>Drake, Gucci,Wakka

    Jay Z only sells because of his accomplishments not because of his skills.

    Distant Relatives=Grammy magnet.

  204. hl Says:

    as a fan i only care about his music, not his relationship with obama or oprah. if someone likes bp3 that’s cool. but i don’t get people saying “i know its weak but he’s bigger than ever”.

  205. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    Its statements like these that let me know niggas hate just to hate…

    ^

    niggas aint know amp by now? lol.

  206. Smooth Says:

    Smooth aint the typa dude to hate

    Smooth be chillin

    Eatin cucumbers and shit

  207. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    No, it’s because he stopped making it for the fans who supported him from day one & started pandering to johnny come lately’s who don’t give a shit about Hip-Hop.

    ^
    this back pedalling bi-polar nigga here!

    in fuckin credible.

  208. Coogi Down Says:

    For as much as people shit on The Massacre, its crazy to think what that album would have been if 50 kept all the joints he gave Game for The Documentary, 50 woulda had back to back classics and probably changed the course of his entire career

  209. baby jesus Says:

    tom brady is about thiiiisss close to crying

  210. baby jesus Says:

    ^on national television

  211. baby jesus Says:

    _____>>>boston

  212. Abortatron Says:

    Freddie Gibbs >>>>>> _______

    ^^^^^

    THIS…..he’s bringin back hardcore gangster rap and hoe bashing

    I may have to check out f Gibbs if this is the case. Been meanin to anyway. Ain’t nothin like some ho bashin and hardcore on a Sunday afternoon.
    Speaking of hardcore —
    “last 2” by beans, free, and young chris was the gulliest shit of
    09.

  213. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    _____>>>boston

    ^

    we the most hated cause we’ve stacked W’s on some hat trick shit for consecutive years so i understand it.

    kevs boston tho>>>_____

  214. baby jesus Says:

    ^ite, w.e nigga

  215. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    oh don’t be maaad!(c) hov

  216. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    I Just Can’t Clip Of The Week: Stripper With A Fake Leg In ATL Club!

    ^

    fuckin *dead*

  217. Sleep Says:

    Rapping is a business to jay not a art. Right now he’s just trying to get to right connects (obama, clinton, oprah,bloomberg rathner, steve stoute) to help him get that billion.

    Lf: I was reading the esquire article and seeing how much steve stoute is so Involved in jay power moves make me wonder if nas couldve had jay wealth if he wanted it.

  218. Ghost Race Killah Says:

    Bitch ass niggas

  219. Ghost Race Killah Says:

    Landlord > Charles Hamilton > Wale > Biggie Smalls

  220. Remixznflow Says:

    # Sleep Says:
    January 10th, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    Rapping is a business to jay not a art. Right now he’s just trying to get to right connects (obama, clinton, oprah,bloomberg rathner, steve stoute) to help him get that billion.

    Lf: I was reading the esquire article and seeing how much steve stoute is so Involved in jay power moves make me wonder if nas couldve had jay wealth if he wanted it.

    ^much as i hate it to say it.. rapping IS a business.. period. Yes the artform in its natural state is not about money.. but thats not what we are talking about…

    kids start off playing sports and love the sport… that love eventually (if they are good enough) will support them one day.. it becomes and occupation all be it a WONDERFUL one.. its IS a business…

    why hiphop fans cant understand this principle is beyond me.. aspiring artists that come into the game without that key fact in mind often times never make it.. and some dont want to… in nas’s case i think thats what it is… hes attained a moderate to great level of success money wise.. so hes good where hes at… jay on the other hand is NOT going to stay at one level.. he wants to attain a higher level of success..

  221. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    Brady is a crybaby. He’ll make a bad throw and chastise the WR

  222. Brooklyn Strong aka The Elder Says:

    Dollar van demo’s got a Mickey Dee’s comercial coming out. Congrats

  223. Jersey*made*me Says:

    tom brady is about thiiiisss close to crying

    ^^

    LOL

  224. hl Says:

    i love mega, but i wish he’d just admit he fucked up by not signing the contract stoute offered him.

  225. Mattack Says:

    still no tracklist?

  226. hl Says:

    think about that. they offered a nigga fresh out of jail an oppurtunity to make a record with nas and dre and he turned it down. smh

  227. cOLD Says:

    Sunday morning twat>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    ^ roffle, nigga finally made it out the dog house, happy as all hell. Yo Jersey I don’t appreciate the shot at Jay Elec supporters either nigga.

  228. baby jesus Says:

    is it just me or is this gap tooth nigga michael strahan eerily skinny as of late?

    boli is a helluva drug

  229. Geen One Says:

    this nigga jay elec be cummin nice,[yes] 1st time i ever downloaded and heard something from him, just bumped this shit, pretty orginal shit, eLzhi be tearin shit up too [maybe]

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

    Yo, I get Velveeta, chain Antarctica
    I don’t wanna keep your girl, just wanna borrow her (You can have her)
    So pardon her, I heard that you starvin’ her
    My cheese American but the car’s a foreigner

  231. Jersey*made*me Says:

    @cOLD

    Yeah,the kid beat them charges like Rocky,lol.

    *dead* @ the JE shit too.I understand the plight though,it’s so much wack juice out there that true lyric lovers see the oasis in that nigga.I just think if JE asked a nigga to smash they wifey for a mixtape,a few niggas’ll turn the other cheek on some “go head,but don’t be pounding her and shit”.

  232. Sleep Says:

    »»»»»Patriots defense

  233. baby jesus Says:

    nyj defense>>>>

  234. baby jesus Says:

    no, really. we got the #1 defense…..literally

  235. cOLD Says:

    I just think if JE asked a nigga to smash they wifey for a mixtape,a few niggas’ll turn the other cheek on some “go head,but don’t be pounding her and shit”.

    ^ lol, reminds me of the the Ghostface stan who said Ghost could have is wiey.*dead*….

  236. Carlos Voltron AKA Dixie Normous Says:

    # baby jesus Says:
    January 10th, 2010 at 4:46 pm

    nyj defense>>>>

    ^^^
    True dat

    *Sunday afternoon daps*

    SMH @ the games today, niggas just getting blown out (nhjic)

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

    nyj defense>>>>Bengals offense

    Let’s not go overboard

  238. A.D. Says:

    Um new post?? I know its Sunday but cmon… anything…

  239. WTF Do These Guys Kno BTW Blogs Are Kinda Boring Since Biggavel Gone Says:

    Lf: I was reading the esquire article and seeing how much steve stoute is so Involved in jay power moves make me wonder if nas couldve had jay wealth if he wanted it.

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

    maybe not jay’s wealth ie 500 mil, but 50-75 mil mos def… thing is both are high school dropouts, yet smarter than ya average college grad…
    Its obvious NaS never wanted it to seem like he was selling out to the Kool G Raps, Rakims of the game. He’s always wanted to rep for the those of that cloth and get just enough bank rolls to be a millionaire… I recall numerous interviews where NaS was saying he turned down this he turned down that.

    If you never met a hustler in your life you’d know that Jay-Z epitomizes a hustle… He could care less about who think he’s sellin out or whatever the case. That man is about them checks clearing period. Imo in his mind, what the legends of the game think doesn’t hold as much weight as it does to NaS because he feels he is the greatest to ever do it.

    It Was Written > Reasonable Doubt

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

    BS and I would meet NaS at the airport just to carry his luggage for him for free… not even close…. IWW is slept on, its a very very good album…
    RD is jus doper…beats, rhyme patterns, lyrics, wit…it has it all

  240. baby jesus Says:

    yo amp you clearly dont know anything about sports. THEE number 1 rated defense in the nfl. theres no arguing facts, b

  241. verses Says:

    Twista Gets 80 Billion Youtube Views, Still More Believable Than Bow Wow

    ^^^^^^^^^
    ROFL

    If there are 6,692,030,277 people in this world, this means that every man woman and child has watched this clip 1.195 times…including all those kids in africa, india etc with no electricity.

    *watches again*

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

    Jay is a Nas stan. He fucked with Stoute and Tone just cause Nas used to. That shit is stalker scary, B.

    Illmatic > Reasonable Doubt

    And Nas didn’t have to get Foxy, Biggie & Mary J. Blige to do it.

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

    THEE number 1 rated defense in the nfl. theres no arguing facts, b
    ==========================================
    We’ll see how that works out for them.

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

    And since when does one’s ability to quote shit they saw on ESPN determine what they know about sports?

    FOH wit that. Go watch Sportscenter or somethin’.

  245. WTF Do These Guys Kno Says:

    Jay is a Nas stan. He fucked with Stoute and Tone just cause Nas used to. That shit is stalker scary, B.

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    LMAO

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

    Beanie on Bleek (nhjic)….

    “I mean to me right now, that’s Jay young boy, that’s his lil’ man. Me, honestly, I think Bleek is happy how things are right now. Because now he really gets to be Jay’s lil’ man and it’s evident, you can see it. It’s like he’s the last one who survived. He weathered the storm but the storm didn’t start with the breakup, the storm started when Beanie Sigel got signed to the Roc. He was coming of age when I came. [Laughs.] He’s still coming of age.

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

    Nas aint smart. I dont know why ppl keep saying this.

  248. ThatMan Says:

    # ghost in the machine Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 8:32 pm

    where is act 2?

    ^^^
    LOL

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

    Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Raekwon Want Group Name Suggestions
    ===============================================
    Is “Cashing A Check” taken?

  250. MADDMIKE Says:

    FAV artists right now: J. Cole, Blu, LOS, Drake..Jay elec not included (yet….)

  251. hl Says:

    its not that deep with nas. dude just doesn’t have billionare ambitions. not everyone wants to be super rich. regular rich will do. dude has a deep catalog of platinum & gold albums. i mean how many dudes from the early 90s are doing better than nas. not many.

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

    M.O.P. “Downtown Swinga” >>>

  253. Coogi Down Says:

    Who was it that argued with me that the Rae/Ghost/Meth album would drop in December for certain? Well, its mid January and they haven’t even titled it yet

  254. hl Says:

    well, AZ in dead president’s video was mad random. i dont think jay has ever worked with him at since.

  255. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Nas won,trust me.This nigga said he never had a job in his life!!Who wouldn’t want to be rich,smoke the best weed,hit the baddest bitches,and never have to punch a clock?I don’t know how you niggas judge wins and loses,but if yall think Nas lost,gimme that L every trip.

    The bitches he chose to make kids with both look fucked up cuz niggas will never wife them again.They stuck in jumpoff mode,unless it’s a broke groupie ass nigga.

  256. verses Says:

    # ghost in the machine Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 8:32 pm

    where is act 2?

    ^^^^^^^^^

    where is detox?

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

    well, AZ in dead president’s video was mad random. i dont think jay has ever worked with him at since.
    =====================================
    Things that make you say “Hmmm….”

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

    where is act 2?

    ^^^^^^^^^

    where is detox?

    ^^^^^^^^
    where is waldo eskay?

  259. Deen Says:

    We should retire “Nas Lost” or redefine the meaning of losing…

  260. &What?! Says:

    MGMT album is mad dope.

  261. verses Says:

    where is act 2?

    ^^^^^^^^^

    where is detox?

    ^^^^^^^^
    where is waldo eskay?

    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    where is my wallet?

  262. hl Says:

    “calling my crib and i aint even give you my number”

  263. Plug Says:

    whats the track list on this?

  264. NovemberEnd Says:

    well, AZ in dead president’s video was mad random. i dont think jay has ever worked with him at since.
    =====================================
    Things that make you say “Hmmm….”
    ^^^^^^^^^
    Dame was trying to sign AZ roc-a-fella…both him and Nas were supposed to be on “Bring It On” instead of Sauce Money and Jaz-o

  265. Plug Says:

    Furious Styles Furious Styles? or somebody else?

  266. hl Says:

    this mixtape is basically a collection of damn near every elec song/feat floating around. nothing new but pretty good mix imo.

  267. &What?! Says:

    whats the track list on this?

    ^

    ‘THIS MIXTAPE IS ABOUT ONLY MUSIC, TRACK NAMES ARE IRRELEVANT IN THIS MUSICAL JOURNEY THAT JAY ELECTRONICA HAS PROVIDED FOR US.’

  268. hl Says:

    why would dame try to sign AZ when he already had a deal? never heard that one.

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

    “calling my crib and i aint even give you my number”
    =====================================
    LMAO!

  270. baby jesus Says:

    And since when does one’s ability to quote shit they saw on ESPN determine what they know about sports?

    FOH wit that. Go watch Sportscenter or somethin’.

    ^
    lmao. theres many things youve spoken about on here and sports was never one of them. its cool, you dont need to feel bad about it or anything. just not your thing.

    so FOH, nigga go argue about camel or some shit

  271. hl Says:

    btw speaking of dame, why is creative control. mixtape, album, label? im confused

  272. AJ Likes Jays Extra Verses Says:

    {SPOILER} Anyone else notice theres bonus/ diff verses on exhibit C in this mixtape O: sorry if I fucked ya day up this shit was crack though I need the names of some of these tracks. I forgot how dope the star wars ep was…

  273. &What?! Says:

    ‘Yo AZ nigga.. give me Nas’ phone number and I’ll put you in one of my music videos in a few years, it’ll be the highlight of your career.’

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

    And since when does one’s ability to quote shit they saw on ESPN determine what they know about sports?
    =================================
    Still waiting on an answer for this…..

  275. hl Says:

    i big fans of both but AZ and mega should humble themselves and beg nas for a firm reunion. that would do wonders for their careers. doe or die 2 just isnt going to get people excited.

  276. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    go argue about camel or some shit

    ^

    lol. right, right. its his lifes elixir and shit.

  277. &What?! Says:

    Dipset reunion better be on some next level shit.

  278. samantha Says:

    I’m remember when this:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB8evBvtLLg

    Came out
    That was the shit!!

  279. baby jesus Says:

    how am i supposed to answer that. im not gonna try and sit here and try to prove my sports knowledge. i didint quote the shit from espn either. neither did i sit at home and mathematically calculate their defensive statistics to claim that theyre the number 1 defense. regardless of how much sports knowledge i do or dont have i guaranfuckintee i know at least 10x you do. and i think youd agree.

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

    i big fans of both but AZ and mega should humble themselves and beg nas for a firm reunion. that would do wonders for their careers
    =============================================
    You lie. If they didn’t pop back then, what makes you think they’re gonna pop as 30 + year olds.

    I still wanna hear that Firm reunion album though.

    The OG Firm (No Nature) w/ Justice League beats >>>

  281. baby jesus Says:

    but i guaranfuckingtee that i know at least 10x more than you do*

  282. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Dipset reunion better be on some next level shit.

    ^^

    Impossible.Nobody wants to hear that bullshit ass fantasy drug cartel shit anymore from a group of niggas that turned bloods in their 30’s.That window has closed.

  283. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    MGMT album is mad dope.

    ^

    sizzle!

    ‘of moons birds and monsters’ goes.

  284. verses Says:

    hl Says:
    January 10th, 2010 at 6:36 pm

    i big fans of both but AZ and mega should humble themselves and beg nas for a firm reunion.

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

    that firm album was trash trash trash trash – big dissapointment…with all that dre production…the firm tracks on it was written > the firm album

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

    regardless of how much sports knowledge i do or dont have i guaranfuckintee i know at least 10x you do. and i think youd agree.
    =====================================
    *waves white flag*

    You’re a bigger sports geek then I am! You win!!

    “yo amp you clearly dont know anything about sports.”

    Give this guy a trophy.

    I wonder what this immense knowledge of sports (that you don’t actually play) compensates for?

    Hmmmm…..

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

    big dissapointment…with all that dre production
    ===============================
    The Dre tracks weren’t the problem.

    It was everything else (including Wizard getting a solo track. WTF?)

  287. RLW Says:

    So this Victory mixtape was useful as a summary of Jay Elec’s work thus far, but even more interesting as a catalogue of MCs whose style he has attempted to jack over the years:

    Track 3 – Biggie
    Track 6 (and others) – Nas, complete with “sprrack” gun effect from Money over Bitches
    Track 9 – Ghostface, via explicit topic of conversation and way of talking, eg. stuttering
    Track 10 – Ghostface flow-wise
    Track 11 – Prodigy
    Track 12 – Consequence/Kanye
    Track 13 – Posdnuos

  288. k1ng Says:

    Fuck You Amp!

  289. Jersey*made*me Says:

    The Firm album wasn’t that bad.

    Desperados>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  290. &What?! Says:

    Impossible.Nobody wants to hear that bullshit ass fantasy drug cartel shit anymore from a group of niggas that turned bloods in their 30’s.That window has closed.

    ^

    Maybe they will surprise everyone and rap on some new level shit.

  291. RLW Says:

    Track 14 is straight Prodigy too

  292. Biscuit Booty Says:

    One’s ability to quote what they saw on sports center has nothing to do with their overall knowledge of sports. But If sports center quotes a reliable fact, and someone repeats it on a blog, then you can’t presume that its just some made up quote just because it’s on sports center

    Sports Center is a reliable source just as going to NFL.com is or any other sports related site. The numbers are all there. All you have to do is go to ESPN.com and check out the data, which sports center gets its facts from.

    Being the number 1 rated defense has nothing to do with sports center. It has to do with how stats are compiled to make a number 1 defense. Sportscenter is just an extension and an imagery of stats brought to tv.

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

    Impossible.Nobody wants to hear that bullshit ass fantasy drug cartel shit anymore
    ============================
    Have you heard of Rick Ross? Deeper Than Rap anyone?

  294. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Malibu sand and gorgeous bitches…………………..

  295. Abortatron Says:

    Larry Fitzgerald makes old man Warner look like he’s good.
    Fitzgerald >

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

    One’s ability to quote what they saw on sports center has nothing to do with their overall knowledge of sports. But If sports center quotes a reliable fact, and someone repeats it on a blog, then you can’t presume that its just some made up quote just because it’s on sports center

    Sports Center is a reliable source just as going to NFL.com is or any other sports related site. The numbers are all there. All you have to do is go to ESPN.com and check out the data, which sports center gets its facts from.

    Being the number 1 rated defense has nothing to do with sports center. It has to do with how stats are compiled to make a number 1 defense. Sportscenter is just an extension and an imagery of stats brought to tv
    ===============================================
    Ron Jaworski?

  297. &What?! Says:

    ‘of moons birds and monsters’ goes

    ^

    MGMT make some dope beats, and I think it’ll be dope if they collab with more rappers.

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

    The Firm album wasn’t that bad.

    Desperados>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    =========================
    ‘Bis killed but he had no reason being on that album.

    And as dope as “I’m Leaving” was, neither did Nore.

  299. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Have you heard of Rick Ross? Deeper Than Rap anyone?

    ^^
    Of course not,I don’t fuck with cops.Have you seen Dipset members album sales?The labels probably bought all 13 of them shits they sold,lol.

  300. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Canibus was the original “renegade”.He even murked Nas on Desperados and edged out Red on 4,3,2,1.

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

    Of course not,I don’t fuck with cops.
    ========================
    TRILLLLAAAA!

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

    globalgrind.com/channel/music/content/1283755/BREAKING-LLoyd-Banks-Arrested-For-Assault-Details/
    ===========================
    Banks and his boys fucked that nigga up!

    That show money is the only income Banks has. He wasn’t playing bout his paper

  303. hl Says:

    nas wasnt on desperados.

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

    nas wasnt on desperados.
    =================
    Yeah he was

  305. baby jesus Says:

    amp you never touched a court/field in your life, b. your a blogger you dont got a athletic bone in your body

  306. hl Says:

    nigga please, firm reunion would easily be one of the most anticipated of the year. not to say they would sell a milli…but at least rae numbers with a good tour to go with it. what do AZ and mega have better to do?

  307. hl Says:

    no, desperados was canibus, AZ, and nature. go listen. nas only does the hook.

  308. The Shot Clock Says:

    Have yall seen that Lisa Lopez documentary?!?!

    left eye was on that next next shit

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

    what do AZ and mega have better to do?

    ^^
    true. Foxy aint doin shit either.

  310. cesus jrist Says:

    ^^ yeah that die in barbados car crash type shit

  311. k.dot.b.dot Says:

    Found the tracklist….now I can sleep….gotta agree with the comments, even though I like Jay the hype and some of the comments are a little much….guess the universe needs to balance out Drakes buzz.

    1. Intro
    2. Exhibit B Feat Mos Def
    3. Suckas
    4. Walking J. Period Remix Feat Nneka
    5. Dealing
    6. So What Cha Sayin
    7. Scenario 2004
    8. Something To Hold Onto
    9. Poetry Interlude
    10. Departure
    11. Cool Relax feat Naledge
    12. Trolley Stop
    13. Hagler
    14. My World
    15. Hard to Get feat Mr Porter
    16. Extra Extra
    17. Victory in my clutches
    18. Swagger Jackson’s Revenge
    19. Just Begun – feat J. Cole,Talib Kweli & Mos Def
    20. Uzi weighs a ton
    21. Love czars feat Taraach
    22. Posers Feat The New Royales
    23. Billy Stewart – Cross My Heart
    24. Exhibit C
    25. Googly Eyes (LIVE)
    26. Holiday feat Mos Def
    ***Bonus Track***
    27. T.H.E. W.E.A.K. – Stick Up

  312. JohnBlack Says:

    I can’t stand when people release non-descript shit like this. I’m taking bout the DJ’s and Labels. Why can’t they take the fucking time and correctly tagg and name the fucking files? It’s fucking 2010 ! Stop being Lazy. Same shit with the Lil’wayne mixtape. I’m glad 2dope stepped up to correct that shit.

  313. AJ Likes Jays Extra Verses Says:

    john black the reason is anyone whos been bumpin this niggas shit for 2 years minimum knows all these tracks…

    theres only like 3 exlcusives on the whole mixtape… shit is fire though

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