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Folk & Stress – Drainos (Produced by Madlib)

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Off Folk & Stress’ “The BOX Album Prelude,” dropping on Monday. Find a the track list along with a mixtape stream after the jump.

Folk & Stress – Drainos (Produced by Madlib) | Mediafire

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“Was a cunt hair away from quitting this last year…”

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40 Responses to “Folk & Stress – Drainos (Produced by Madlib)”

  1. Beezy Says:

    Troyvul Says:
    January 28th, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    Did Slaughterhouse really break up?

    ^now everyday I wake up
    somebody got a problem with Hov

  2. Beezy Says:

    look scrappa i got nephews to look afta

  3. Chief Ali AKA The One Who Stay Building Says:

    I see you took it to the titty. whether you like it or not grafitti and break dancing are pretty much obsolete.

    —-

    not at all, i just take seize opportunities to start shit

    we must have two completely different definitions of obsolete. The way your comment reads, you use obsolete as if to insinuate that grafiti was mainstream at one point, which was definitely not the case. Graf has always been a niche aspect of hip hop culture, where as rap was always mainstream. When’s the last time you seen niggas get locked up for rapping on a corner? Ask yourself that same question, except replace rapping on a corner for spray painting a public transit vehicle. In other words rap has always been more popular, mainly due to its accessibility.

  4. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    b-ease Says:

    January 28th, 2010 at 4:20 pm
    Co-sign joe

    Purely in terms of difficulty, its much harder to write a hit song than it is 32 bars of fury.

    “There are no hit lyrics, only hit melodies” (c) I forgot

    ^the fucking false-ess & offensive thing i’ve read since. . . . i . . .was . . . born! i’ve got 3 words for you:

    B.
    I.
    G.

    memorable lyrics for days. btw, this is a debate that you will lose in this context. easy.

  5. Joe 88 Says:

    the fucking false-ess & offensive thing i’ve read since. . . . i . . .was . . . born! i’ve got 3 words for you:

    B.
    I.
    G.

    memorable lyrics for days. btw, this is a debate that you will lose in this context. easy.

    ^Xfacta, what was biggie’s biggest hits? One more chance, big poppa, hypnotized, all of them have memorable, sing a long, type hooks to cater to fans that just listen to the melody and bars for guys like you. It was the best of both worlds. Ask a bitch what’s her favorite method man song, I promise you she won’t say “release yo delf”

    point is my dude, bars can take you only so far, biggie didn’t reach his pinnicle of success tip with “party & BS” it was the crossover songs that made him the KONY. That’s the point me & b-ease are tryna make (n)

  6. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    @x-facta, the production on that album was absolutely ridiculous. i still think ‘Holiday’ from RR vol. 2 is Pinero’s finest moment on a commercial release. that song makes me want to curb stomp 1/2 dead Hatians. and that’s not really a cool thing to say at all, but that’s just the state of mind that the Ghost puts me in. easy.

  7. BK...Then Them Says:

    Yuuuuup. If you noticed, Drake’s buzz has died CONSIDERABLY! Now…lol….if you noticed….he has released some songs talking that gun play(I’m guessing to try and find a new market in the hood niggas). But as we all know, that doesn’t have a chance in working. Lil Wayne(the only individual with REAL talent) is going to prison soon so we’ll see what Birdman does with Drake and the rest of the young money crew. J Millz the hardest(of course because he’s from Harlem) in my opinion but he’s not a marketable as Drake is. I always told niggas Drake is only a TEMPORARY $ MACHINE for Wayne and Birdman(who really run shit). I’m not hating. I’m only judging upon what I’v seen with the whole Birdman-Turk-Juvenile situation. You think if JUVENILE was the $ machine instead of Wayne we’d be seeing Wayne right now? Not a chance. At the end of the day, it’s all about $ for these dudes. There is no REAL loyalty and that’s whats sad about the rap game right now.

    Not sure what you mean by this. Why would Drake have to switch up when niggaz play that shit in the hood? Jae Millz time was 2003-2004 and it didnt pop so why would it pop now when people REALLY dont give a fuck? All situation spawn in a way from a little bit of luck…how could they not?

  8. Chief Ali AKA The One Who Stay Building Says:

    Ask a bitch what’s her favorite method man song, I promise you she won’t say “release yo delf”

    ————

    *takes family to Jonestown*

    *drinks the Koolaid*

  9. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    roc marciano of the U.N (and formerly of Flipmode fame) and Eyeslow (of the wu-tang tree and was on both dj mathematics albums) are 2 of the best mc’s ive ever heard. Too bad their albums wont ever drop, bcuz as far as wordplay is concerned them dudes is top notch

  10. Sleep Says:

    Ace hood “champion” f/ jasmine sullivan & rawse is still in my ipod that song was crack. If dude was from nyc he wouldn’t get so much hate on the site. I’m not saying he’s nice but he’s better than most of these new rapper. Dude has a nice aggressive flow hope khaled don’t give up on dude and take it back to artist development

  11. Beezy Says:

    damn, who are these new niggas?

    their comments are text-book length

  12. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    ^but to say there are NO hit lyrics? really? so, by that theory, instrumental albums should be the highest grossing genre of music. w/o simply playing devil’s’ advo, i’ll admit that it takes a certain clever combination of lyrics and melodies to produce a hit.

  13. b-ease Says:

    One more chance, big poppa, hypnotized, all of them have memorable, sing a long, type hooks to cater to fans that just listen to the melody

    ^^
    Joe took the words right out of my e-mouth, no homo.

    All of Biggies most popular songs had hit hooks with dope melodies. This is not up for debate.

  14. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    _________________________________pussyhole.

  15. Jersey*made*me Says:

    “There are no hit lyrics, only hit melodies” (c) I forgot

    ^^

    LIES. Word to “Ether”

  16. Tong Po Flo Says:

    I see you took it to the titty. whether you like it or not grafitti and break dancing are pretty much obsolete.

    ^ No in S. Korea they run that shit

  17. b-ease Says:

    so, by that theory, instrumental albums should be the highest grossing genre of music

    ^^
    That’s not what I’m saying at all. Bad logic jump on your part.

    i’ll admit that it takes a certain clever combination of lyrics and melodies to produce a hit.

    ^^
    Checkmate. But the lyrics dont have to be clever. Ever heard Britney’s “Oops I Did it Again”? Or Tupac’s How Do You Want It? I dont even know what Jodeci was saying in that shit. Cause it didnt matter, it was HOW it was sung (the melody) that made it a hit record.

  18. Troyvul Says:

    Beezy Says:

    January 28th, 2010 at 4:46 pm
    damn, who are these new niggas?

    their comments are text-book length
    ^
    Shift change

  19. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Not > No

  20. b-ease Says:

    LIES. Word to “Ether”

    ^^
    Ether was not a hit song. It is a highly regarded battle rap. No chart placement, no video, not even an official “single”. Try again homie.

  21. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    @Beezy. i’m a nobody. i lurk. i read. i only comment when my feathers get ruffled a bit. don’t mind me. i’ll try to keep it quick from now on.

  22. don p aka what did the 5 fingers say to the face? Says:

    Troublesome 96′ >>>>>

    I still hum that song in my head everyday…..

    na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na- naaa-naa-naa-naa…all you niggas die.

  23. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    LF: Xzibit doing Thank You on Letterman was the best TV performance of the 2000s

  24. BK...Then Them Says:

    hahahahhahaha@ether being a hit record I remember when they said Nas was considering shooting a video for that back then

  25. Dewill Says:

    Nigga u hustle… but me… I hustle harder..

  26. don p aka what did the 5 fingers say to the face? Says:

    the video on youtube right now for ether is pretty good too.

  27. b-ease Says:

    i’ll try to keep it quick from now on.

    ^^
    Make sure its a decent argument next time too fam. Much appreciated.

  28. Sleep Says:

    the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    January 28th, 2010 at 4:52 pm

    @Beezy. i’m a nobody. i lurk. i read. i only comment when my feathers get ruffled a bit. don’t mind me. i’ll try to keep it quick from now on.

    ^^^^
    With humor like this u should comment more

  29. Brooklyn Strong aka The elder Says:

    Beezy Says:

    January 28th, 2010 at 4:46 pm
    damn, who are these new niggas?

    their comments are text-book length
    ======================================
    Yes I better go get my bi focals if they’re going to keep commenting. lol

  30. Beezy Says:

    shots fired in the vicinty of 3rd street and b-ease avenue

    man down!

  31. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    Cam and Beans put out some of the best diss records to date.

    Cam goin at Nas>>>>>>
    Sigel goin at Nas, Jada, Styles>>>>>>>>>>

  32. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    so the fact that your grandmother can rap the lyrics to Big Poppa, Juicy, I Get Around, etc. – word for word – has NO relevance in this conversation? melodies catch your ear, lyrics make the song memorable. melodies make it easier for the listener to recite the lyrics while listening to the song – otherwise known as an act called ‘singing’.

  33. NovemberEnd Says:

    ’93 > ’94 > ’98 > ’92 > ’90 > ’91 > 95> ’96 > ’97 > ’99

  34. Dewill Says:

    @ b-ease

    Damn cuz.. Let’s not be rude..

  35. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Ether was not a hit song.

    ^^

    Imma just look at this comment for a while,maybe it’ll become believable with time.

  36. Beezy Says:

    “shut up before I fuck ya moms”

  37. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Juicy wasn’t a hit.

  38. b-ease Says:

    melodies catch your ear, lyrics make the song memorable.

    ^^
    I’m not discussing who makes memorable songs, or classic songs. Just hits. There are plenty of songs that become hits that fade into complete obscurity.

    And sure, some non-hip hop listeners know the “Birthdays was the worst days” line in Juicy (for example). But isnt that line delivered in a melody different from the rest of the verses? Would said person have even listened enough if the insanely catchy hook for “Juicy Fruit” wasnt used during the chorus? Answer to the first question is yes, answer to the second is no.

    And the most “m

  39. Jazz U.N GANG Says:

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