Video: USDA Interview w/ The Source

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9 Responses to “Video: USDA Interview w/ The Source”

  1. 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.

  2. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    By the time of his death in February of 2006 from complications due to Lupus, Yancey was revered by the music world for his contributions to hip-hop and R&B, emerging from the mid-1990s underground hip-hop scene in Detroit, Michigan to become one of the industry’s most influential artists. “Every year, Dilla and his dream get bigger and bigger,” says Yancey. “Every time I go to a different city and visit with his fans, the dream just grows. It’s something that I can’t even describe, and it’s not going to die.”

    ^
    word. berklee college of music has a jay dee course. i sat in one time w/my homie that goes to school there. it’s a live band that just rehearses dilla beats. shit is incredible. especially when young white kids happened upon the ensemble and were amazed and inquisitive like ‘whats that?”.

  3. bksnowman Says:

    Amp

    whats really good nigga?

  4. Carlos Voltron AKA Dixie Normous Says:

    Damn I’m surprised Nah didn’t have a post about the Wu-Tang vs. Beatles mixtape… shit is dope so far.

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

    wu tang vs beatles?!?!?!

    where the fuck is this!!!

  6. Sleep Says:

    Usda is the best group of any other a-list rapper and his weedcariers

    Usda»»young money, those maybach music people, psc, …….

  7. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    Damn I’m surprised Nah didn’t have a post about the Wu-Tang vs. Beatles mixtape… shit is dope so far.
    ^^^

    link now.

  8. Carlos Voltron AKA Dixie Normous Says:

    link now.

    ^^
    No doubt

    http://teasearecords.net/wuvsbeatles.cfm

  9. Cedric Says:

    These CLOWNS gonna FLOP hard like Rick Ross’ gay-ass crew!

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