Video: A Tuesday Night Somewhere in L.A. (w/ DJ Babu)

Babu prepares to drop The Beat Tape Vol. 2 next month.


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26 Responses to “Video: A Tuesday Night Somewhere in L.A. (w/ DJ Babu)”

  1. Troyvul Says:

    NEXT

  2. Babydoll Says:

    el feces loco Says:

    January 15th, 2010 at 12:23 pm
    Ya’ll scream VAAAAAAAA
    nigga fuck the commonwealth-XO

    ^^shots sent

    ^LOL…from who?

  3. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    im convinced that math was invented by the illuminati and the freemasons… only evil people understand it

    ***props to whatever nahgger said this, it was jacked for my fb status, lol

  4. nation Says:

    new name was moderated

  5. illuminati by nature Says:

    good looking out, nate

  6. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    im convinced that math was invented by the illuminati and the freemasons… only evil people understand it

    ***props to whatever nahgger said this, it was jacked for my fb status, lol

    –lmfao

  7. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    illuminati by nature Says:

    –lmao

  8. illuminati by nature Says:

    Finite Mathematics 3 Credits
    General overview of college-level mathematics with emphasis on applications to various fields. Use of functions, probability, statistics, graphing and computer techniques in problem-solving.
    Prerequisite: MAT-1040 with a grade of C or better or Math Placement score.

    ***FML

  9. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    chem class is pretty terrible too

  10. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Mystical was the only rapper rockin turtle neck sweaters on the daily.

  11. el feces loco Says:

    ^LOL..from who?

    nahright.com/2009/08/03/video-j-scrilla-ft-xo-k-betta-guns-n-butter/

    ^^@2:30 mark…he sounded like he was talking right to ya face too…I think I heard a “who’s babydoll” ad lib too.

  12. cOLD Says:

    Finite Mathematics 3 Credits
    General overview of college-level mathematics with emphasis on applications to various fields. Use of functions, probability, statistics, graphing and computer techniques in problem-solving.
    Prerequisite: MAT-1040 with a grade of C or better or Math Placement score.

    ***FML

    ^ math is cool, if you know how to apply those formulas in real life. Yall niggas aint ready tho.

  13. el feces loco Says:

    watch me do these numbers like Sodugko

  14. Babydoll Says:

    illuminati by nature Says:

    January 15th, 2010 at 12:29 pm
    Finite Mathematics 3 Credits
    General overview of college-level mathematics with emphasis on applications to various fields. Use of functions, probability, statistics, graphing and computer techniques in problem-solving.
    Prerequisite: MAT-1040 with a grade of C or better or Math Placement score.

    ***FML

    ^well dayum

  15. Remixznflow Says:

    ^ math is cool, if you know how to apply those formulas in real life. Yall niggas aint ready tho.

    ^not. at. all….

    math is krytonite… i have tried to learn it.. i just cant.. my brain will not function numerically at all outside of basic 5+5 type shit…

  16. 456 Says:

    ^ math is cool, if you know how to apply those formulas in real life. Yall niggas aint ready tho.

    ^please give an example pythagoraaassss

  17. Remixznflow Says:

    # icon (trillbert arenas) Says:
    January 15th, 2010 at 12:25 pm

    im convinced that math was invented by the illuminati and the freemasons… only evil people understand it

    ***props to whatever nahgger said this, it was jacked for my fb status, lol

    ^i hold all rights and privileges to that comment…

    paypal is fine..

  18. cOLD Says:

    please give an example pythagoraaassss

    ^you must be able to merge the strict boundaries of structure and infinite harmony of nature

  19. Babydoll Says:

    Remixznflow Says:

    January 15th, 2010 at 12:33 pm
    ^ math is cool, if you know how to apply those formulas in real life. Yall niggas aint ready tho.

    ^not. at. all….

    math is krytonite… i have tried to learn it.. i just cant.. my brain will not function numerically at all outside of basic 5+5 type shit…

    ^co-sign…and what do we need to know that dumb stuff for anyway. When the hell am I ever gonna apply any of that stuff to real life?

  20. 456 Says:

    ^you must be able to merge the strict boundaries of structure and infinite harmony of nature

    ^okay. outside of gettin puss how does that apply to real life?

  21. el feces loco Says:

    Leonhard Euler, who was born in Basel 300 years ago this month, left his mark on the world in more ways than can be imagined.

    Yet few non-mathematicians would know that his ideas underpin the Swiss Federal Railways’ famously efficient timetable, the success of the Swiss yacht Alinghi – winner of the America’s Cup – and sudoku.

    “Many items in our everyday life have Euler hidden in them somewhere,” said Professor Peter Buser of the Swiss Mathematical Society.

    His birth on April 15, 1707, and his contribution to the way we live are being celebrated this year not only in Switzerland but also all over the world.

    Euler had an astonishing ability to abstract the general mathematical principles behind the solutions to concrete problems. The same principles can then be applied to a range of applications, many of which would have been quite unimaginable in the 18th century.

    For example, from the simple problem of why it is impossible to walk to all four districts of Königsberg without crossing one its seven bridges twice, he developed the principles of graph theory, used today in Operations Research to solve problems of timetabling and logistics.

    He came up with the formulae still used today in areas as diverse as bridge building, aircraft and ship design and the encoding of information.

  22. cOLD Says:

    okay. outside of gettin puss how does that apply to real life?

    ^ human quantinization. In short decision making… probabilities, answers of the unknown based on past and present.

  23. Remixznflow Says:

    @cOLD

    i did check out that documentary on your recommendation… and from what i gathered (it was a bit above my head in terms of the math) the dudes found god in their studies?

    either way it was a decent documentary.. but i enjoy documentaries.. (yeah so?.. )

  24. cOLD Says:

    Remixznflow Says:

    January 15th, 2010 at 12:40 pm
    @cOLD

    i did check out that documentary on your recommendation… and from what i gathered (it was a bit above my head in terms of the math) the dudes found god in their studies?

    either way it was a decent documentary.. but i enjoy documentaries.. (yeah so?.. )

    ^ yea dudes were on the virtual edge of the matrix.

  25. 456 Says:

    ^ human quantinization. In short decision making… probabilities, answers of the unknown based on past and present.

    ^i’m sure marvin harrison applied these principles right before emptying both clips on dude

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