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Sene & Von Pea – Cantstandya

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Von Pea of Tanya Morgan joins Sene on this track to vent about that not so special lady in their life, off Flawless Hustle’s Stay Flawless, dropping February 1st.

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29 Responses to “Sene & Von Pea – Cantstandya”

  1. Gravity Says:

    SFG was a snoozefest to me ‘cos I couldn’t sit through the constant wannabe crooning, songs seemed too slowed up but I’ve had TWU on repeat since I hears it. The hiphop journalists are dickriding Drake by naming his mixtape best of the year. SFG is hardly hiphop IMO.

  2. Tong Po Flo Says:

    LOL

    George >>>>>>>>>>>> no homo

  3. Ledger Says:

    Ha this shit is hysterical+ dope

  4. hl Says:

    The bad part for Cole is Hov isn’t out touting his name as that next nigga. Birdman will never big up or promote another rapper outside of his camp.. I don’t get that.

    ——

    I’ll be honest, there is a good chance Cole never comes out with and album on Roc Nation.

  5. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I think a lot of young people can relate to him b’cos their generation isn’t isolated in struggle anymore.

    ^

    thas the thing. when we say young people whas the age exactly? when people started really checking for jay i don’t think it was as young as drakes audience. like the hard knock life tour for example. that wasn’t comprised of all teeny boppers and that would’ve been when drakes now aged audience was checking for hov then. IDK, it seems real lofty and spurious this wholr “little big homie” thing.

    but you gotta sell yaself right?

    also, i don’t think cole wants hov to endorse him like that.

  6. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    I’ll be honest, there is a good chance Cole never comes out with and album on Roc Nation.
    ^^

    yeh this what im thinking

  7. hl Says:

    also, i don’t think cole wants hov to endorse him like that.

    —-

    why wouldn’t he?

  8. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    there is a good chance Cole never comes out with and album on Roc Nation.

    ^

    if not then hovs ability to break new artists outside of dame and def jam will seriously come under question.

  9. Frank Lurkas Says:

    also, i don’t think cole wants hov to endorse him like that.

    ^if your on the biggest rap star’s label you want his endorsement….you wouldn’t be running up to him handing him beat cd’s for nothing

  10. NovemberEnd Says:

    Nah comment section fell off….

    *no shots*

  11. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    why wouldn’t he?

    ^

    cause he’s kinda prefaced that during a few interviews that i’ve seen/read where thas one of the first questions always asked.

  12. Darth Cipher Says:

    J. cole’s longevity > Drake’s longevity

    Drake will have a strong run, and as a fellow Canadian i really hope he does, but i don’t see his career going as long as Cole’s own for the simple fact that he makes records that are for the now, where as Cole makes tracks that hit the mental and last a lifetime… i can’t remember the last time i bumped a track from SFG, but i can sit through TWU any day of the week… remember, these little girls that made Drake famous have music a.d.d. and once the next dude comes along, he’ll be nothing (unless he pulls a Trey Songz and takes his shirt off *pause* [word to Weezy and all them tattoos])

  13. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Any body watch Intervention with Robbie from City High? I missed it & I’m going out tonight. I need to see that shit.

    Hopefully someone will up it as a torrent or avi file.

  14. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    von peezy! this dude stay rhymin about chics on some monogamy/real life shit.

  15. NovemberEnd Says:

    Drake is Ja Rule without the cookie monster voice and gangsta image….his career probably have more longevity….if he stays away from hiphop “beef” not sure he’ll be as successful though, Ja sold alot records and had lot of crossover interest in his heyday.

  16. Ant Says:

    J. cole’s longevity > Drake’s longevity

    Drake will have a strong run, and as a fellow Canadian i really hope he does, but i don’t see his career going as long as Cole’s own for the simple fact that he makes records that are for the now, where as Cole makes tracks that hit the mental and last a lifetime… i can’t remember the last time i bumped a track from SFG, but i can sit through TWU any day of the week… remember, these little girls that made Drake famous have music a.d.d. and once the next dude comes along, he’ll be nothing (unless he pulls a Trey Songz and takes his shirt off *pause* [word to Weezy and all them tattoos])

    ^^^
    all of THIS

  17. bksnowman Says:

    tim duncan = whitest nigga in nba

  18. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Black people use meth?

    Where they do that at?

  19. 456 Says:

    tim duncan = whitest nigga in nba

    ^this is stupid on a number of levels.

  20. CHILE ! Says:

    lmao @ “no homo” in hiphop when NORE already exposed all them homo ass niggas in the industry… take that take that

  21. bksnowman Says:

    456 stay the fuck off my dick nh

  22. 456 Says:

    456 stay the fuck off my dick nh

    ^you sound shook.

  23. bksnowman Says:

    456

    why would i get shook off somebody who aint shit in the real world

  24. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    456 & bksnowman?

    Who sent these niggas?

    Arguing with each other when no one gives a fuck about either one of y’all?

    Get your comments up, the both of ya.

  25. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    if not then hovs ability to break new artists outside of dame and def jam will seriously come under question.
    ================================
    That shit has been in question ever since he sold out Dame & Biggs.

  26. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    I just saw went to that Creative Control site for the first time, shits dope, props to Dame

  27. Rick aka KING OF DA BOOM BAP BOMB STRAPPED TO MY CHEST ASKIN WHERE YA GOONZ AT Says:

    you guys are faggots. unlike wayne, j cole–or most rappers who’ve been put on, haven’t been signed before they even hit puberty. birdman is a talentless act leaching off wayne’s success. it’s his job to egg wayne on and make sure he’s going to keep that payola coming. if he doesn’t, he’s fucked, no one is going to hire someone with such a fucking hideous tattoo on their head anyways.

    so comparing him to wayne and birdman? nope, next one. wayne and drake?

    wayne didn’t put drake on, he just heard a young spitta. listen to comeback season and his other mixtape and tell me there aren’t some crack laced tunes in there. though if you read the interview today, him and wayne aren’t even that good of friends hahaha. i mean drake ain’t even signed to young money, he’s on his own exclusivity deal.

    jay put kanye on. not at first, most of it was dame. Though by the time kanye actually grew into his own as an artist, jay put that motherfucker on. no artist will have a career with longevity if he can’t put himself on. kanye did just that though, he created himself with the help of jay.

    cole is a smart dude, and he knows jay’s cash funds ain’t really limited, so it’s a start for him. a place to start his career. he ain’t wanna be jay’s lil homie forever, right? he has the chance to be whatever he wants, and jay is just helping. i mean yeah roc nation might some payola, but they sure will make sure his album gets out.

    who the fuck else is he going to get a deal with that will throw his shit up like roc nation? i mean he could probably get a deal on a major, but his contract would be shityyyyyyy.

    damn i should get back to writing this paper.

  28. Gravity Says:

    I think with Cole, its more about earning the respect as an artist and letting the other nuances of stardom fall in place as they may, .. The hunger for the number one spot is there though.. Its very evident in his lyrics..

  29. Da Says:

    this song is dope

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