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Video: Necro Interview w/ UGHH Pt. 1 & 2

“I’m a really nice guy. I rock fat jewels. I punch people in the face.” – Necro. America’s largest hip hop festival opens its doors to Necro. In part 1 of the 6 part Necro interview series, Necro talks about his new distribution deal and introduces his crew. Exclusive Rock The Bells performance footage from Necro and Mr. Hyde premiers at the end of the video.

Part 2 ft. M.O.P., The Alchemist and Evidence after the jump.

Two of history’s most innovative producers (and self-proclaimed “funky Jews”) Necro and Alchemist swap stories about songs and samples they’ve shared, including the origins of Non Phixion’s “5 Boros” beat and the infamous “Agent Orange” instrumental. Then in true Necro fashion, the most sadistic segues into a quick recap of the history of Harlem’s gritty underworld; where he recounts how Jews were the original gangsters, paving the way for kingpins from the black community like Bumpy Johnson. Necro takes it a step further even, expounding on how being gangster is therefore a major part of his Jewish birthright. Other highlights include the possibility of a collabo with fellow Brooklynite Billy Danze, along with Evidence reminiscing on the time Beatnut’s member JuJu discovered Necro and relayed his awe-inspiring find to him and Alchemist, telling them they must checkout the rapper “Neko.”

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16 Responses to “Video: Necro Interview w/ UGHH Pt. 1 & 2”

  1. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    lmao @ the fact that he was nah’s #1 to stan for some time ago.



  2. landlord Says:

    “no comment” @ Charles Hamilton on the “Thank You” beat…

    im not sure what i think yet…

  3. PastorKerneyThomas Miwacles Says:

    How come ross gets so much hate? You can’t deny that he’s killin the mic right now. Is it his questionable past? The correctional officer shit? Ok so then why does wayne get the pass for kissin a man on the lips? Yall niggas gotta make up yall mind. Wats the world comin too? The homo gets accepted by all but the liar gets rejected, when ALL rappers lie. GTFOH

  4. landlord Says:


    Lionel Ritchie was with the Commodores (mid-late 70s – early 80s) on Motown, well after the Motown glory days (63 – 71)…

    Lionel Ritchie w/Commodiores > Lionel Ritchie solo…

    Lionel Ritchie and the Commodores made great songs but they were kiiled by competitors Earth Wind & Fire, Stevie Wonder, Isley Brothers and Parliament/Funkadelic…

    Zoom >

    Just To Be Close To You >

    Sail On >

  5. landlord Says:

    @ Gravity

    V > X…

    my bad

  6. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # landlord Says:
    January 25th, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    There is no such criteria as “talent” when it comes to making music.



    so why are there talent shows and american idol and battles and whatnot??.. why do contracts differ for different artists… maybe just in southern rap, talent is not a criteria… that, i give you …

    cmon Fam…

    Talent is not defined by a square box. You can’t describe but you know it when you see it. Talent evolves as generations pass on. You think Your grandma saw the “talent” in Rakim? Hell No. To confine talent to an objective state is like saying everyone gotta rap like Cannibus, or a variation. There’s talent in Heavy metal. I might not can’t see it cause I don’t fuck with it. But I can’t say that a person has no talent just because of my specific preferences for music. Now if there is a genre of music thats being made in the same vein, I can for sure say who has talent compared to the previous person or the next person. Where as Lloyd Banks is garbage and lacks talent to other New York Rappers and Lil Flip was trash in the same vein to southern rappers.

  7. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    a quick recap of the history of Harlem’s gritty underworld; where he recounts how Jews were the original gangsters,


    where haven’t jews landed/habitat at and haven’t been gansta?

  8. landlord Says:

    FTR: Lil Wayne is another southern bred coon… he gets no more of a pass than Officer Ross …

    the only MCs from the south that i respect for their mic talents are

    Phonte & Big Pooh
    Gene and Terrance
    Ludacris (even though im not a fan)

    the rest of ’em are throwaway disposable MCs …

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

    Who gives a shit about albums any more? If the music is dope, it’s dope, regardless of how it’s presented.

    Plus, CH has already released two “albums” already.

  10. cOLD Says:


    ^ is this worth being sampled for a hip hop beat?

  11. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    damn boos! you’re going in.(II)

    sizzle tho.

  12. landlord Says:

    i see your point Boosie… (NH)… and its no secret, that the different regional tastes in music have polarized hiphop fans and i dont think thats a bad thing at all… it gives us something to debate about, and it gives the MCs a basis for competiton on a regional level … but alot of southern MCs are missing a very important ingredient when it comes to emceeing… and that is the ability to communicate coherently to the masses… and not just to the local whoadies…

  13. NYHC81 Says:

    that was hysterical.

  14. beej Says:

    most people that hate on southern rap have an elitist, bourgeois thing about late nineties ny sounding rap & like a non-threatening, university student friendly idea of what hip hop is.

    its like for the white people they are too scared to hear rough ghetto music, and for the black people, they hate it because they think it makes their race look ignorant.

    you’re both the same cowards that would’ve hated blues and jazz back in segregation days.

    if you dont like southern rap lets hear some emcess you respect (new shit, not the old shit – we’ve all been there) and im gonna take a shit on em.


  15. George W. Push Says:

    Ezec on nahright with Ritchie Skam shouting out Madball and Skarhead… wow

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