Video: Reflection Eternal – In This World (Behind The Scenes)

Behind the scenes at the Brooklyn video shoot for the track off RE’s mixtape with Statik Selektah.

Shouts to Mikey Fresh.

Revolutions Per Minute album due in March.

Previously: Reflection Eternal & Statik Selektah – The RE:Union (Mixtape)


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142 Responses to “Video: Reflection Eternal – In This World (Behind The Scenes)”

  1. Cypher Says:

    # G7 Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 1:39 pm

    >>Another rapper i boycott just because his name is garbage

    ^unlike most with shitty names he can rap though.

    ———-

    liked him better when he ghostright for kanye.. in fact im convinced that the whole purpose of good music is to provide kanye with a steady flow of lyrics.

  2. On My Black Man in the future shit Says:

    *reflects eternally*

  3. De La Swole Says:

    in fact im convinced that the whole purpose of good music is to provide kanye with a steady flow of lyrics.

    ^HAHA

  4. why? Says:

    liked him better when he ghostright for kanye.. in fact im convinced that the whole purpose of good music is to provide kanye with a steady flow of lyrics.

    ^^
    Nah the guy can actually rap. Everybody writes shit for Cudi. Dude can’t rap.

  5. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I need that GSNT…my Just Blaze stannery is at an all time high right now and i just know they are gems on there…

  6. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    there are*

  7. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I’m over here arguing about who is the dopest (not biggest (II) producer of the decade…we got print outs of Ye, Dre and Just whole discographies like geeks…lol

  8. TheCo!!inB Says:

    You’re bugging if you haven’t realized all of Kanye’s artist write for him. He signs folks and uses them for their talent and let them release sub par albums while he gets accolade after accolade. Right now he’s got Big Sean writing feverishly (see his Run This Town, Forever and Maybach Music 2 verses)

  9. plug Says:

    I need that GSNT…
    ——
    whats that?

  10. 456 Says:

    Nah the guy can actually rap. Everybody writes shit for Cudi. Dude can’t rap.

    ^*cam face

    that dude is not lyrical. why would he need a ghostwriter for shit like day n nite?

  11. landlord Says:

    i be printing out Dilla discographies for the non-believers … very impressive on paper ….

  12. plug Says:

    You’re bugging if you haven’t realized all of Kanye’s artist write for him. He signs folks and uses them for their talent and let them release sub par albums while he gets accolade after accolade. Right now he’s got Big Sean writing feverishly (see his Run This Town, Forever and Maybach Music 2 verses)
    ——-
    so you’re says his ghostwriters are not as nice as he is because all those verses were trash. its funny that now that kanye isnt as nice as he once was that people think he has ghostwriters. what about the college dropout days? or even the graduation lp. do yall think he wrote those???

  13. G7 Says:

    plug Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 1:51 pm
    I need that GSNT…
    ——
    whats that?

    ^Greatest Story Never Told- Sai Gone

  14. landlord Says:

    Kid Cudi wears plaid skirts on stage…

    thats nuff said about him for the rest of the year…

  15. Beezy Says:

    Everybody writes shit for Cudi.

    ^lol…yea because his shit is so lyrical.

  16. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    Best producer of the 00’s, in all honesty, is probably Madlib…

  17. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    (see his Run This Town, Forever and Maybach Music 2 verses)
    ——-
    so you’re says his ghostwriters are not as nice as he is because all those verses were trash.

    ^^^

    Nah shunn, nahhhh (c) Madd Rapper

  18. TheCo!!inB Says:

    @Milk Chocolate 4 Life
    Decade is a tought one. I would want to say Ye just for the anthems he’s dropped but I’d have to say Blaze got it on a producer level. His beats are pretty much flawless.

  19. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Best producer of the 00’s, in all honesty, is probably Madlib…
    ^
    I’m leaning towards Just at the moment. (II)

  20. landlord Says:

    ^

    He signs folks and uses them for their talent and let them release sub par albums while he gets accolade after accolade

    ————-

    he learnt that from his big brother, Camel …

    “…he right over there…”

  21. 456 Says:

    Best producer of the 00’s, in all honesty, is probably Madlib…

    ^just, alchemist, kanye, pharrell all got him by miles

  22. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    madlib or just…Just Blaze has done alot…

  23. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Remember, best/dopest not biggest (II)…

  24. landlord Says:

    best producer of the 00’s is Just Blaze…

    alot of Dilla’s best work was done in the late 90’s

  25. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    just, alchemist, kanye, pharrell all got him by miles

    ^^^

    Nah b. Not if we’re talking about the BEST…let them produce an LP like some YNQ shit & i’ll believe you

    Madlib’s scope of sound is too wide (nhjic)

  26. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Rhymesfest, Really Doe and Cons always helped Ye write in the beginning. Each album you can hear who he was working with. Not saying he doesn’t ever write, just saying he does get help.

  27. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I mean, Just output on BP1-2, CHWM, Phila Free, The Reason and M.A.D.E alone is Just…Pun

  28. G7 Says:

    >>^just, alchemist, kanye, pharrell all got him by miles

    ^cool with the first 3. pharrell without chad is not that great imo.

  29. landlord Says:

    Just Blaze joints are so polished and pristine, but still gritty…

    Madlib’s beats are so dusty, scratchy and ashy sometimes … i love that sound, but alotta heads look sideways at Madlib beats as being too ecletic and eccentric at times… not me though …

  30. b-ease Says:

    best producer of the 00’s is Just Blaze…

    ^^
    Word, I echoed the same sentiment on Nah earlier in the week.

  31. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Madlib’s scope of sound is too wide (nhjic)
    ^
    No one is seeing him in that aspect.

  32. G7 Says:

    >>Madlib’s scope of sound is too wide (nhjic)

    ^yeah. Mad is sick.

  33. b-ease Says:

    Rhymesfest, Really Doe and Cons always helped Ye write in the beginning.

    ^^
    SMH at anybody who wasnt aware of this…

  34. landlord Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:00 pm
    I mean, Just output on BP1-2, CHWM, Phila Free, The Reason and M.A.D.E alone

    ——

    word… and “I Really Mean It” from DipImmunity 1

  35. 456 Says:

    listen to the first two clipse albums, late registration, all the work alchemist did with prodigy and i’m not going to even talk about pharrell…madlib is not on that level

  36. CZ Says:

    What is the best just blaze beat of the 00’s? Hovi baby in my opinion probably

  37. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    word… and “I Really Mean It” from DipImmunity 1
    ^
    And Breathe, Exhibit A, B and Dear Moleskine

    Oh and Tough Luv..

    and The Light ’08

    Oh and Hostile Gospel Pt. 1

    Oh…nevermind

  38. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    madlib is not on that level
    ^
    I know what you’re trying to say but you’re wrong.

  39. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    madlib is not on that level

    ^^

    He really is though…

  40. landlord Says:

    CZ Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:03 pm
    What is the best just blaze beat of the 00’s? Hovi baby in my opinion probably

    ———–

    Hovi Baby
    I Really Mean It
    Some How Some Way
    Just Fire (The Roc)
    What We Do
    Breathe
    Touch The Sky
    Oh Boy
    Round Here…

    etc…

    there’s just too many

    i say Just Fire or Hovi Baby

  41. why? Says:

    Just helped make more memorable songs than Dilla.

  42. CZ Says:

    “Bullets ricochet off the strobelights striking christians…”
    ^
    Mad disrespect from Inspectah Deck, i forgot he said that on Word on The Street

  43. G7 Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 2:05 pm
    madlib is not on that level
    ^
    I know what you’re trying to say but you’re wrong.

    ^co-sign

  44. 456 Says:

    I know what you’re trying to say but you’re wrong.

    ^great argument there

    grindin>>>85% of madlibs beats

  45. landlord Says:

    and Exhibit C … of course

  46. CZ Says:

    Damn how could i forget he produced Breathe

  47. TheCo!!inB Says:

    After Just, if we’re talkin about dope sound, is Nottz. Nottz is every producers favorite producer.

  48. CZ Says:

    Didnt Just produce Line em Up on freeways first album?

  49. why? Says:

    That Just X Saigon track Come on Baby >>>

    Damn, R.I.P to Saigon’s career.

  50. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    there’s just too many
    ^
    Word…i would have to say it’s between

    I Really Mean It
    Breathe
    Lyrical Exercise
    Full Effect
    Tough Luv
    Song Cry
    BP2
    Meet The Parents
    Exhibit A
    PSA

    One of those

  51. landlord Says:

    CZ Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:08 pm
    Didnt Just produce Line em Up on freeways first album?

    —-

    yes…

    and the epic joint on that lp, with Faith Evans, “Dont Cross The Line”

  52. CZ Says:

    That Just X Saigon track Come on Baby >>>

    Damn, R.I.P to Saigon’s career.

    ^
    You think Trey songz would do a collabo with Saigon now? LoL

  53. landlord Says:

    and “alright” with Allen Anthony

  54. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    “Dont Cross The Line”
    ^
    Word and Full Effect…

    Now that i think about it, son really is unbelievable. (II)

  55. 456 Says:

    just has a truly epic sound…like a tsunami coming overhead. it’s like he took elements of bomb squad and pete rock and amplified them by 10,000

  56. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Don’t forget just did House of Pain on the Biggie Duets. The joint he gave Puff for Press Play. Why You Hate The Game….I mean, Just got joints for days.

  57. CZ Says:

    yes…

    and the epic joint on that lp, with Faith Evans, “Dont Cross The Line”

    ^
    Damn i remember the voice samples on that joint to. Classic shit. I need to re download that album

  58. CZ Says:

    And Freeway had the song with Nate Dogg that was a Just beat

  59. landlord Says:

    and “Flipside” with Peedi Crakk

  60. Harlem World Says:

    Best producer of the 00’s, in all honesty, is probably Madlib…

    ^^
    Nosign.

  61. PsicoMagia Says:

    MDCE cop out…super penny stock.. came off in a week.. 1.

  62. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Yo

    Just Blaze >

  63. landlord Says:

    CZ Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:12 pm
    And Freeway had the song with Nate Dogg that was a Just beat

    —-

    nooo… that was a Bink! beat

  64. CZ Says:

    Just>>>>Early Kanye, Shag wearing Kanye, and current Kanye

  65. CZ Says:

    nooo… that was a Bink! beat
    ^
    oh ok, beat was serious

  66. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Come On rmx by Mario, Burning Up rmx by Faith…Just got joints.

  67. 456 Says:

    Just>>>>Early Kanye, Shag wearing Kanye, and current Kanye

    ^slow down cowboy

  68. Harlem World Says:

    alotta heads look sideways at Madlib beats as being too ecletic and eccentric at times
    ^^
    Exactly.

  69. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    so you lot (c) Rigz are saying Dilla gets the 90’s?

  70. why? Says:

    Probably one of the only songs Just shouldn’t of done was that song with Maino. Man, when he played that song in that battle against Alchemist he automatically lost.

    Alchemist and Dilated Peoples and Evidence’s solo work with ALC >>>

  71. CZ Says:

    Just>>>>Early Kanye, Shag wearing Kanye, and current Kanye

    ^slow down cowboy

    ^
    ok ok ok, Just>>>>Shag wearing Kanye, minus Flashing Lights beat

  72. landlord Says:

    456 Says:

    just has a truly epic sound…like a tsunami coming overhead. it’s like he took elements of bomb squad and pete rock and amplified them by 10,000

    great analysis… especially the Bomb Squad reference… them cats is not spoken on enough… PE’s sound in the first few years was nothing anyone had ever experienced in music before … their beats alone, inspired passion and revolution

  73. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Diamonds & Mac 10’s, Dear Summer, The Champ, King Back..Just got joints

  74. 456 Says:

    so you lot (c) Rigz are saying Dilla gets the 90’s?

    ^close. i think its preemo

  75. G7 Says:

    I just caught on to that one producer out of L.A., Flying Lotus. son is ill!! *late pass just incase* He doesn’t craft a lot of beats for artists, but he makes some dope instrumental albums. Definitely gonna do some homework and catch up. He’s the great nephew of Alice Coltrane.

    youtube.com/watch?v=6oUx6wGCekM

    youtube.com/watch?v=IA2XgVua5uo

  76. why? Says:

    Welcome to the Terrordome >>>

  77. landlord Says:

    Burning Up rmx by Faith

    damn i forgot THAT joint

    just Blaze > anyone, regardless of decade …

    just too many universal revered joints out there …

    no disrespect to the mighty mighty mr yancey …

  78. CZ Says:

    Almost forgot he did some production for Joe Budden to,lol

  79. cOLD Says:

    i think its preemo

    ^smh its RZA, preemo’s production in they 90’s was type sparse.

  80. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Don’t get it fucked up about B!nk though, Just didn’t start that epic sound until B!nk came in and did All My Life for Freeway. It’s my belief that beat broke Just out into a cold sweat that lasted for weeks on end. Unable to sleep he worked vehemently to top that one track because up to that point All My Life > any beat Just made

  81. cOLD Says:

    LES > Just

  82. landlord Says:

    i have some Flying Lotus beat cd’s … he’s nice, but sometimes his beats go far left jazz/fusion like madlib (but not as clever) and he gets lost

  83. plug Says:

    sorry but Dilla is the greatest of 00’s. especially if you a hip hop head and have access to his collection.

  84. why? Says:

    If you guys are arguing about the best Hip Hop producer of last decade than ima say Rick Rubin was the best in general of last decade.

    youtube.com/watch?v=Hh003Czlx3g

  85. landlord Says:

    cOLD Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:19 pm
    LES > Just

    LMAO

    and the 90’s

    RZA > Dilla > Premo

  86. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 2:18 pm

    i think its preemo

    ^smh its RZA, preemo’s production in they 90’s was type sparse.
    ________________________________________________________________

    Lol…Premo’s production solidified the 90’s…and Jay-z and Nas’ career.

    His sound is the essential sound of “classic hip-hop”

  87. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 2:14 pm

    so you lot (c) Rigz are saying Dilla gets the 90’s?

    ^^

    thats alot harder to say than the 00s

  88. NovemberEnd Says:

    best JB production IMO

    Soon You’ll Understand
    What We Do
    Hovi Baby
    Song Cry
    U Don’t Know
    Exhibit A
    Exhibit C
    I Really Mean It
    PSA
    Why You Hate The Game
    The Roc (Just Fire)

  89. De La Swole Says:

    Adult Swim always used Flying Lotus beats during breaks

  90. Ghost Writer Says:

    what up

  91. 456 Says:

    ^smh its RZA, preemo’s production in they 90’s was type sparse.

    ^you wildin. rza used like three drum tracks for 5 albums straight, lol

  92. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    when did Like Water For Chocolate drop?

    thats the Lp that made me say Dilla the best to ever do it…that & Vol.2

    what decade was that?

  93. landlord Says:

    TheCo!!inB Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:19 pm
    Don’t get it fucked up about B!nk though, Just didn’t start that epic sound until B!nk came in and did All My Life for Freeway. It’s my belief that beat broke Just out into a cold sweat that lasted for weeks on end. Unable to sleep he worked vehemently to top that one track because up to that point All My Life > any beat Just made

    ———–

    i dont know Son… JustBlaze sounded that way since Dynasty2000:RocLaFamilia … i think Just influenced Bink!

  94. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Did any of you watch Justblaze TV on youtube when he had the makings of Why You Hate the Game and the other joint he gave to Fab that had swizz on the hook?
    Btw, Throw Back by Usher…Just got joints

  95. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    Ive always thought Pete Rock > Premo

    maybe its just me tho…

  96. cOLD Says:

    Lol…Premo’s production solidified the 90’s…and Jay-z and Nas’ career.

    His sound is the essential sound of “classic hip-hop”

    ^ this is true, no disputing… but he lent a beat hear and there, he never carried a whole album ‘cept for Gangsta and them group home cats. Unlike Rza whose signature sound defined the whole Wu.

  97. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Rigz

    2000

  98. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    i think Just influenced Bink!

    ^^^

    Nah, remember 1-900-Hustler & Me, Him & Her are B!nk beats

    plus B!nk did BEASTS FROM THE EAST way back in 1996

    B!nk been had that sound…

  99. landlord Says:

    ^you wildin. rza used like three drum tracks for 5 albums straight, lol

    word… most of his early samples are from a couple of old Syl Johnson and Al Green albums and The Emotions first LP …

  100. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    … i think Just influenced Bink!
    ^
    Me too.

  101. landlord Says:

    Johnathan Osterman Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:25 pm
    i think Just influenced Bink!

    ^^^

    Nah, remember 1-900-Hustler & Me, Him & Her are B!nk beats

    plus B!nk did BEASTS FROM THE EAST way back in 1996

    B!nk been had that sound…

    ——–

    i see i said

  102. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    RIP, Teddy P…it’s now or never, Jaheim (none)

  103. cOLD Says:

    word… most of his early samples are from a couple of old Syl Johnson and Al Green albums and The Emotions first LP …

    ^ so, now yall saying his sound hasn’t evolved since 36 chambers….? nahright.

  104. CZ Says:

    Drums were sick on that Bink track

  105. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    Beasts From The East instrumental >>>>>>>>>>> ____________

  106. landlord Says:

    the Dynasty Intro was Just Blaze…

  107. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 2:24 pm

    Lol…Premo’s production solidified the 90’s…and Jay-z and Nas’ career.

    His sound is the essential sound of “classic hip-hop”

    ^ this is true, no disputing… but he lent a beat hear and there, he never carried a whole album ‘cept for Gangsta and them group home cats. Unlike Rza whose signature sound defined the whole Wu.
    ______________________________________________________________

    I hear what you saying…he wasn’t a “super producer” type…more like a freelance beatmaker

    But those gangstarr albums were tough though…Moment of truth is a classic..but RZA put out heat as well too.

  108. why? Says:

    DJ Premier and Q-Tip were the best at sampling Jazz songs.

  109. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Johnathan Osterman Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:24 pm
    Ive always thought Pete Rock > Premo

    maybe its just me tho…

    ***IMO, Premier’s the best to ever do it (none), but that “Mecca and the Soul Brother” album was flawless- who’s effin’ with T.R.O.Y? I need to re-up that album into my collection…

  110. b-ease Says:

    Btw, Throw Back by Usher…Just got joints

    ^^
    Best song Usher ever recorded. Nhjic.

  111. G7 Says:

    landlord Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 2:19 pm
    i have some Flying Lotus beat cd’s … he’s nice, but sometimes his beats go far left jazz/fusion like madlib (but not as clever) and he gets lost

    ^yeah. he’s jazz first and everything else secondary. madlib is definitely more of the overall package. n/h.

  112. landlord Says:

    cOLD Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:27 pm
    word… most of his early samples are from a couple of old Syl Johnson and Al Green albums and The Emotions first LP …

    ^ so, now yall saying his sound hasn’t evolved since 36 chambers….? nahright.

    actually it has evolved… and maybe TOO much…

    i liked RZA better when he was diggin in his momma’s crates …

  113. Babydoll Says:

    who’s effin’ with T.R.O.Y?

    ^MY GAWD

  114. b-ease Says:

    With the exception of two tracks on Ironman, RZA did all 5 of the first WU solo LPs, plus 36 Chambers. I don’t give a shit how many drum sounds he used, that shit changed hiphop forever.

  115. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    why? Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:27 pm
    DJ Premier and Q-Tip were the best at sampling Jazz songs.

    ***I think Tribe did a lot more interpolations, than sampling…like, having a live band replay the instrumentals, in house…?uestlove is slept on as a producer, IMO, too…

  116. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth gave birth to that “Blueprint” sound

    Eff what you heard…Pete was using soul samples as hooks way before RZA

    Word to “Straighten It Out”

  117. cOLD Says:

    i liked RZA better when he was diggin in his momma’s crates …

    ^ word, the unpolished production >>>

  118. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    …and The Main Ingredient is one of the illest produced LPs ever…shit still sounds fresh today…

  119. landlord Says:

    Johnathan Osterman Says:

    January 14th, 2010 at 2:24 pm
    Ive always thought Pete Rock > Premo

    me too…

  120. hl Says:

    Lol…Premo’s production solidified the 90’s…and Jay-z and Nas’ career.

    His sound is the essential sound of “classic hip-hop”

    ^ this is true, no disputing… but he lent a beat hear and there, he never carried a whole album ‘cept for Gangsta and them group home cats. Unlike Rza whose signature sound defined the whole Wu.

    —–

    FOH! You can’t just gloss over all the gangstarr, Jeru, and group home shit. That’s like ten albums of dope beats. Not to mention his remixes, work with Jay, Nas, Biggie, and a million other artists.

  121. TheCo!!inB Says:

    i dont know Son… JustBlaze sounded that way since Dynasty2000:RocLaFamilia … i think Just influenced Bink
    ^^^^^
    Really listen and think about it though Land, Just has always been nice, but he used his signature clap and synth sound before. He never really went heavy on the sample drums and live drummer feel on his records until after that B!nk record came around, and he wasn’t doind that song sample synth accompany combo either. People always talk about Ye and Just and their contributions to Jay’s BP but B!nk was just as, if not more significant. I’m a Just stan all day, more than a B!nk stan and he’s home team. It’s just something I happened to notice.

  122. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    that Pete and CL follow up, “Main Ingredient”, or something? was slept on too…

    Diamond D’s “Stunts, Blunts, and Hip Hop”= most slept on album by a producer, imo…that Large Pro jawn was slept on, too- my cuzzo says it gets disrespected because he said “for shizzle my nizzle” on “Stay Chiseled”, LMAO…

  123. G7 Says:

    Ive always thought Pete Rock > Premo

    maybe its just me tho…

    ^right now Pete has the better ability to change up his sound. Premo you recognize right away. Some of Pete’s production today has surprised me and that’s a good thing. n/h.

  124. NovemberEnd Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 2:29 pm

    With the exception of two tracks on Ironman, RZA did all 5 of the first WU solo LPs, plus 36 Chambers. I don’t give a shit how many drum sounds he used, that shit changed hiphop forever.
    ^^^^^
    this

  125. 456 Says:

    ^ this is true, no disputing… but he lent a beat hear and there, he never carried a whole album ‘cept for Gangsta and them group home cats. Unlike Rza whose signature sound defined the whole Wu.

    ^if you collected all of preemo’s tracks for the top artists it would be the best album of the nineties hands down

    unbelievable
    ny state of mind
    come clean
    memory lane
    one in a million
    nas is like

  126. landlord Says:

    Johnathan Osterman Says:

    Eff what you heard…Pete was using soul samples as hooks way before RZA

    ———–

    word to RZA admitting those exact sentiments in interviews …

    Pete Rock and Prince Paul were RZA’s creative daddys …

  127. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    i liked RZA better when he was diggin in his momma’s crates

    ***I thought that was eminem (oh, now he’s ****ing his own mother/abusing whores, snorting coke, and we gave him the rolling stone cover?)

  128. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    f’real, it was a big jump from “View From Masada” Just to “Blueprint” Just…

    that maybe cos of clearance problems tho…

  129. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Prince Paul

    **yep…what was that one album he had out, that was dope as F***- Prince of Thieves, or some ish?

  130. plug Says:

    Ill never argue wit anybody sayin premo is the best producer. I dont think anybody should

  131. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    **yep…what was that one album he had out, that was dope as F***- Prince of Thieves, or some ish?

    ^^

    Yeah, the movie LP…I think Paul invented that shit

    BDK as the Gun Merchant >>>

  132. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Everybody that knows beats knows Pete Rock can’t take credit for T.R.O.Y. because the sampled sax phrase that the song is notoriously popular for came from another producer. $5 if you know which producer laid that sax on the track.

  133. 456 Says:

    Word to “Straighten It Out”

    ^yeah pete’s layered sound made for some beautiful hiphop.

  134. CZ Says:

    Sax on Wrex n Efx-Rump shaker instrumental >>>>>>

  135. KzA aka Roberto Commente Says:

    RE: JB best beats of 00

    Just Fire (The Roc)
    What We Do

    ^ gotta be between these two..

    What We Do is the illest beat..

  136. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    if you know which producer laid that sax on the track.

    ^^
    i know the sample is a Tom Scott song, but i dont remember that name of the sample

  137. CZ Says:

    All these produces we r talking about are great in there own style, its kind of hard to even put most in categories except the obvious like just blaze and preemo

  138. KzA aka Roberto Commente Says:

    *listens to Gangstarr on GP*

  139. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    although half of what makes the TROY beat is lifted from that sample, i still think that the drums pushed it over the top…

    that song is dope on itself though… i wish i could remember the name

  140. Harlem World Says:

    RE: JB best beats of 00

    Just Fire (The Roc)
    What We Do

    ^^
    *does not see I Really Mean It*

  141. CZ Says:

    Dipset Anthem sample>>>>I Really Mean It sample

    Heard where the sampled it from on Mr.C old school at noon one day, shit was kinda hot

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