Audio: Styles P & DJ Green Lantern on The Angie Martinez Show (02/1)

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Styles P and DJ Green Lantern appeared on The Angie Martinez Show today to speak to Angie & DJ Enuff about The Green Ghost Project, that’s in stores tomorrow. In part 1 they mainly speak about The Grammy’s that Styles says he did not watch, and Angie points out that John Legend presented Taylor Swift with her Album of the Year award and that Mos Def gave Jay his (only televised) award.

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Part 2, they get down to discussing the project as well as Styles’ book.

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Part 3, they discuss what Styles watches on TV as well as the album.

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Also, if you’re in NY tonight, don’t sleep on their album release party.

(Styles P x Sean Price x Skyzoo x Scram Jones x DJ Green Lantern)

Previously: Styles P feat. Raekwon – Time Will Tell


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114 Responses to “Audio: Styles P & DJ Green Lantern on The Angie Martinez Show (02/1)”

  1. Carlos Voltron AKA Dixie Normous Says:

    Nah Right needs to put a Parental Discretion sticker on that Shyne Po voice. His voice was the stuff of nightmares. I’m still too scared to listen to his verses.

  2. hl Says:

    Styles P x Sean Price x Skyzoo x Scram Jones x DJ Green Lantern

    —-

    Dope lineup. I need to move to NY.

  3. Mr. First Says:

    I’m coppin. I suggest yall do the same.

  4. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    yo jorge

    good loox on that hangova jawn.

  5. landlord Says:

    tnaflix dot com >>>

  6. hl Says:

    tnaflix dot com >>>

    —-

    yessir

  7. SeniorCivilian Says:

    LF: This may be really late (no pregnancy), but Jimmy Valentime did you catch the subtle ether Lupe threw at you on I’m Beaming?

  8. Harlem World Says:

    2dopeboyz.okayplayer.com/2009/12/05/oj-da-juiceman-16-bars-video/

  9. Slumbilical Says:

    suacademy.com/images/Achievers0708.jpg

    ^

    oj da jewman’s graduating class

  10. Harlem World Says:

    Nation:

    I just want to tell you that the OJ “Orange” post will forever go down as the worst post/mixtape in Nah history.

    That is all.

  11. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    Nas and Mobb Deep totally destroyed The Professional. Why it only took me eleven years to realize this? Hmmm.

  12. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    I don’t care who you wit
    or who you get
    or what you got
    all of that will get you shot

    what!!!!!

  13. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    I do what the voices in my iPod tell me to do.

  14. Joe 88 Says:

    Everybody in the world know kiss is hot (n)

    Not the rapper, the rock band of course, lol (n)

  15. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    It’s gettin hard to dodge the women
    that’s why I’m pitchen white balls harder than Rodger clemmons

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

    That OJ mixtape is pure comedy lol.

    Bamma Rap lives in 2010

  17. Joe 88 Says:

    “And I lost plenty fights, but my gun is still undefeated”

    Come the fuck on, Styles my nigga, but Jada got too many quotables

  18. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    Throw on your track ascics
    and make moves like a spaceship

    We wanna kill you. .

    Scarface personna
    I acquired a taste for drama

  19. Joe 88 Says:

    “You got grazed in the head, that means you was ducking
    see my shades by your bed, so that means that I was fucking”

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

    Bar for bar, Jada > Styles P

    There is no debate.

  21. Joe 88 Says:

    @The return

    remember you still a novice around here, you just can’t go around quoting classic raps all willy nilly, lol.

    What hand you roll up wit?

  22. Frank Says:

    Y’all still missing the point like a free throw shot

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

    What hand you roll up wit?

    ^^^
    LMAO

    Classic shit.

  24. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    Can’t help it. Just doin what the voices in my iPod tell me. Btw, 10 tracks deep into Nastradamus and must say that it’s starting to sound like a fucking classic by today’s standards. He obviously set the bar way too high with It was Written.

  25. landlord Says:

    Jadakiss > Styles …

    but Styles makes better songs…

  26. Beezy Says:

    hustle get your bread back
    dice game head crack
    felon in posession of a firearm thats a fed wrap

  27. Beezy Says:

    married to marijuana and the connect is my best man

    40 bars of terror >

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

    Btw, 10 tracks deep into Nastradamus and must say that it’s starting to sound like a fucking classic by today’s standards.
    —————————————————————-
    That shit was a dud no matter what era it came out in.

  29. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    “Yo, B is you rattin?!”
    “whoooooo?”
    “Fly off the fuckin rooftop. Today’s your holiday!”

    Hardest ghost song ever.

  30. landlord Says:

    I Am > Nastradamus

  31. Beezy Says:

    its all simple mathematics
    i eat half off rap and half off addicts

  32. g7 Says:

    no way that was Shyne. wow! is that what happens to your throat in jail?(ll) damn homie.
    smh @ Khaled using the extra played out reggae beat from 2000.

  33. Frank Says:

    40 bars of terror >

    ^Word, that’s vintage Jada right there.

    “Move work from Denver to D.C. like Portis”

  34. landlord Says:

    I Am & Streets Disciple are Nas most slept on LPs …

  35. g7 Says:

    technically Jada > Styles

    but if i feel like paying for an album…. Styles >> Jada

  36. verses Says:

    # The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:
    February 1st, 2010 at 9:34 pm

    Can’t help it. Just doin what the voices in my iPod tell me. Btw, 10 tracks deep into Nastradamus and must say that it’s starting to sound like a fucking classic by today’s standards. He obviously set the bar way too high with It was Written.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^

    *chuckles*

    Yeah that you owe me track with ginuwine was straight classic. *sarcasm*

  37. landlord Says:

    Favor For A Favor >

    Hate Me Now >

    Ghetto Prisoners Rise >

    CIA >

    Nas Is Like >

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

    So what Dipset beat was that Intro on the OJ mixtape?

  39. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    correction: I Am=Nastradamus. Listen again.
    Jay Z voice: “I promise you!”

  40. De_Here Says:

    Buckshot and 9th Wonder called…they want their album cover back

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

    no way that was Shyne. wow! is that what happens to your throat in jail?(ll) damn homie.
    smh @ Khaled using the extra played out reggae beat from 2000.

    ^^
    he was in p.c. tho, i dont think aynthing happened to his throat no homo

  42. landlord Says:

    its a shame that Sheek is in the same crew with greats like jada and styles, cause he’s ill his also, but he always gets overlooked and pushed aside … in the beginning, i thought he was the leader of The LOX..

  43. de la swole Says:

    Shyne sounds like he aged 45 years in prison….but his verse was still good

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

    Hardest ghost song ever.

    Not To Be Fucked With off MPR

  45. PW Says:

    landlord Says:
    February 1st, 2010 at 9:41 pm
    I Am & Streets Disciple are Nas most slept on LPs …
    ^^

    Agreed.

  46. landlord Says:

    Shyne voice sound like he tried to escape the bing by jumping the penitentiary fences, and got his neck and throat caught up in some razor-wire fencing …

  47. landlord Says:

    nigga got that Final Destination flow …

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

    I Am was not slept on.

  49. JihaD Says:

    Bar for bar, Jada > Styles P

    There is no debate.

    ^^^

    Go listen to What Up, What Up (P-Cutta Mix) and tell me differently.

    “They don’t wanna see the general surface, shit/ I throw the shotti to they genitals, for general purpose”– Styles P

    “You don’t wanna trade shots with P/ I open ya head like I had a doctors degree/ I’ma bust-gun-ologist, nigga what up what up/ you ain’t met a nigga on no wilder shit”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uNCoy5CuGI

    JihaD

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

    i don’t believe in the Easter bunny. i don’t believe in Santa Claus. i don’t believe in R. Kelly. and i damn sure don’t believe that that was really Shyne. no fucking way.

  51. FUPM618 Says:

    nigga got that Final Destination flow …

    ^^^lol naw my nigga got that fred sanford flow…

  52. Officer Duscrom Says:

    Charles Hamilton and Charles Wingate – North Pole >>>>

    ^^^

    Word life

  53. g7 Says:

    >>Yeah that you owe me track with ginuwine was straight classic. *sarcasm*

    ^i said it before, but that song ruined the perception of that album. there are some weak cuts on it no doubt, but “you owe me” as a single doomed that album from the jump.

  54. FUPM618 Says:

    technically Jada > Styles

    but if i feel like paying for an album…. Styles >> Jada

    ^^^^word…cosign

  55. landlord Says:

    I Am was not slept on.

    ———

    maybe not by me or yourself, but niggas like JayZ didnt like it …

    when he said “one hot album every ten year average”… i dont think he was referring to I AM …

  56. de la swole Says:

    You owe me put Nas on though. That kept him and ginuwine relevant

  57. g7 Says:

    De_Here Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 9:46 pm
    Buckshot and 9th Wonder called…they want their album cover back

    ^lol. good eye. n/h

  58. landlord Says:

    Shyne got the Louie Armstrong Scatman Crothers flow …

  59. FUPM618 Says:

    when he said “one hot album every ten year average”… i dont think he was referring to I AM …

    ^^^word….Mad niggas took that line as the gospel to…Nastradamus is the weakest link in nas’s catalog. Everything else pretty much solid.(n/h)

  60. landlord Says:

    I always thought “You Owe Me One” was ill…

    the Milwaukee strippers sure seemed to get a kick out of dancing to it…

    sheeeeit … that was a tip drill anthem …

  61. g7 Says:

    >>You owe me put Nas on though

    ^still one of his worst songs and singles. i went to a club recently and they played that joint. peeps were feeling it surprisingly. i kinda laughed.

  62. FUPM618 Says:

    tip drill anthem

    ^^^Goat strip clup song/video *daps* landlord,G7

  63. landlord Says:

    Nastradamus sounds like a collection of bonus songs or songs that just didnt make the cut for I AM … which is basically what is was …

  64. landlord Says:

    Nastradamus sounds like a collection of bonus songs or songs that just didnt make the cut for I AM … which is basically what it was …

  65. Joe 88 Says:

    I am was slept on cause the bootleg was so much fucking better. I know you NY niggas had to have that album.

    That shit was the lost tapes, before the lost tapes.

    Why you think nas dropped 2 albums that same year? Heavy bootlegging (sp) same reason why “murda muzik” got pushed way back, and hov stabbed un.

  66. g7 Says:

    FUPM618 Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 10:06 pm
    when he said “one hot album every ten year average”… i dont think he was referring to I AM …

    ^^^word….Mad niggas took that line as the gospel

    ===
    co-word! genius line by Jay though. nigs ran with it. but another line in that song that wasn’t a fact.

  67. FUPM618 Says:

    tnaflix dot com >>>

    ^^^wide6 >>> tnaflix it’s not even close

  68. de la swole Says:

    I’d probably skip a lot of songs before Owe me. His beats are boring and make some of his songs skip material but of timbo hooked him up on that one

  69. landlord Says:

    *daps 618*

  70. g7 Says:

    *daps* FUPM

  71. Joe 88 Says:

    I am the bootleg had “Blaze a 50” “wanna play” “Poppa was a playa” “stay alive” “project windows” etc

    Seriously, how can simple “I am” top that? And the I am bootleg had “fetus belly button window” on there, smh. It’s a reason why I am was so slept on. And for that reason, I am is still regular to me.

  72. landlord Says:

    alotta niggas was mad at You Owe Me on GP just cause of Ginuwine’s punk ass…

    all niggas hated that nigga… i still do…

    ol young Herman Edwards lookin ass nigga …

  73. JihaD Says:

    when he said “one hot album every ten year average”… i dont think he was referring to I AM …

    ^^^word….Mad niggas took that line as the gospel to…Nastradamus is the weakest link in nas’s catalog. Everything else pretty much solid.(n/h)

    ^^^^

    Niggas took that shit as gospel because his fans (and Camel was always a fan of little homie, lets get that clear) was feeling that way about little homies catalog at the time. If niggas really took a look at camels catalogue at the same time, people would have said the same thing. Both them niggas got weak ass catalogues when you consider all the talent they possess.

    JihaD

  74. Joe 88 Says:

    Jay spoke alot of truth on takeover, that one hot album line is a fact (depending on which of nas first two albums you feel is a classic) And going by the fans back in the 90’s (before internet chatrooms a.k.a blogs) Nas only really dropped one hot album within those 4, so yeah, that line holds some type of truth.

    It’s now that we can debate stuff like this with people from all across the country, but at that time, it was well known that nas never lived up to his own hype

  75. g7 Says:

    >>Why you think nas dropped 2 albums that same year? Heavy bootlegging (sp) same reason why “murda muzik” got pushed way back,

    ^yeah. murda muzik and I am were the first two albums to suffer from severe bootlegging. that year Nas put out two plat albums in 7 months and some claimed he was irrelevant and falling off. not a bad way to fall off.

  76. FUPM618 Says:

    co-word! genius line by Jay though. nigs ran with it. but another line in that song that wasn’t a fact.

    ^^I can’t front tho when i first heard “Takeover” I thought it was a wrap for Nas, that was until ether dropped.. that nigga jay was on ang martinez copping pleas and shit..

  77. verses Says:

    You owe me put Nas on though. That kept him and ginuwine relevant

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    The fact you typed the words ginuwine and relevant is troubling.

    You Owe Me is the worst nas song. Ever. Along side with oochie wally walla …whatever the fuck its called with bravehearts…

  78. EnglandRepresent Says:

    I can feel a Jay vs Nas debate coming on. (nh)

  79. Shooter Says:

    when he said “one hot album every ten year average
    ^^^

    yeh smh at anyone actually believing that though, I think Jay forgot that It Was Written got 4 mics in the source when it came out, the same as Reasonable Doubt

  80. Belize Says:

    this green/styles cd is nice…not just nice, but niiiiiiicccceee

  81. Joe 88 Says:

    >yeah. murda muzik and I am were the first two albums to suffer from severe bootlegging. that year Nas put out two plat albums in 7 months and some claimed he was irrelevant and falling off. not a bad way to fall off.

    ^lol, co-sign, niggas was saying godson fell off with 2 plat albums, that was back when going plat was like selling 250,000 copies nowadays. It’s rappers that would literally die just to go platinum now, and he was doing that off ginuwine singles and lil puff balls in his hair (n) lol

    What was nas really tryna do with that hair style tho? Grow conrows?

    *dead*

  82. FUPM618 Says:

    oochie wally

    ^^^I always thought that song was semi dope..

  83. g7 Says:

    >>Jay spoke alot of truth on takeover, that one hot album line is a fact (depending on which of nas first two albums you feel is a classic)

    ^naw. its all a matter of opinion. many believe his first two were hot. And remember, this line is coming from Jay. the guy who said he wanted to retire after his first two albums cuz no one was feeling them. can’t remember which one he said he was gonna retire after. it might have been both.

  84. de la swole Says:

    when he said “one hot album every ten year average
    ^^^

    yeh smh at anyone actually believing that though, I think Jay forgot that It Was Written got 4 mics in the source when it came out, the same as Reasonable Doubt

    ^everybody at one point tried to legitimize that line. Even if they knew it wasn’t true

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

    it’s just hard to follow success up with quality. Nas & Jay both had this problem.

    It was Written was followed up by. . . ehhh.
    Vol. II was followed up by. . . (thank God UGK&Timbo&Swizz&Timbo&Premo were there to salvage what they could) ehhh.

  86. landlord Says:

    JayZ was in the middle of a great streak when Nas ethered him… he totally shook JayZs aurra… he never recovered… like when Tyson got whooped by Buster Douglass …

    JayZ had

    vol 2
    vol 3
    Dynasty 200 RocLaFam
    Blueprint 1

    then POWWWW!! Camel gets knocked the fuck out by Ether …

    big homie got up off the floor to make the great BP2…

    then he fought valiantly, but still staggered through Black Album…

    but he been Mike Tyson vs. Danny Williams ever since…

  87. nation Says:

    >> I can feel a Jay vs Nas debate coming on. (nh)

    what’s good ENg

    you saw how they tried to assassinate a nahgger’s character earlier?

  88. g7 Says:

    >>Jay-Z & Eminem Join “We Are the World” Remake for Haiti Relief-nr lite

    ^anybody anticipating this? i’m kinda curious. no george.

  89. de la swole Says:

    # verses Says:
    February 1st, 2010 at 10:17 pm

    You owe me put Nas on though. That kept him and ginuwine relevant

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    The fact you typed the words ginuwine and relevant is troubling.

    ^does it? it troubles you?…uuh ok

  90. Joe 88 Says:

    yeh smh at anyone actually believing that though,

    ^People actually belived that, and it kinda holds some truth to it, when you got Hov, someone who’s albums gotten better (depending on who you talk to), sold more albums with every outing saying that, the fans are gonna look at nasir’s track record. and NY fans held illmatic as the best lp to ever come out in the history of rap, it’s no where else to go but down, and from IWW, to I am, to Nastradamus, his shit declined, now was other albums wack? Hell no, but it was a step down each album, there’s no debating this, while you can argue that Hov’s albums got better, they damn sure sold more, which he based the battle on. And I kinda co-sign jay on that statement, nas really only dropped one hot album in the 90’s , nah, he dropped 2, the other was doo

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

    You Owe Me is the worst nas song. Ever. Along side with oochie wally walla …whatever the fuck its called with bravehearts

    actually Nas (like any other overworked musician, see: Tupac) has a fair amount (and that’s being generous) of terrible music. just being honest.

  92. verses Says:

    # EnglandRepresent Says:
    February 1st, 2010 at 10:18 pm

    I can feel a Jay vs Nas debate coming on. (nh)

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Jay drinks virgin blood from the cup of satan whilst going through biggies rhyme book finding more lines to quote (steal).

    *daps eng*

    not one to get into anothers business, but shame bout the lady eng and her demands bout relationship Councilor…

  93. FUPM618 Says:

    R&B singer Ginuwine says he was tricked into signing a contract with a record company that doesn’t exist.

    In a lawsuit filed in Manhattan’s state Supreme Court, the ‘So Anxious’ singer says he was persuaded to sign on May 8, 2007, with King Music Group Inc., a company that a personal acquaintance, Michael Bourne of Memphis, Tenn., said he owned.

    Terms of the contract gave Ginuwine, whose real name is Elgin Baylor Lumpkin, $1.75 million to record his first album with King, including a $500,000 advance, according to court papers. In nearly five months, the singer hasn’t made any records and hasn’t been paid a cent, the lawsuit said.

    In addition, the lawsuit said, there is no corporate record for King Music Group Inc. anywhere in New York, California, Florida or Tennessee.

    The lawsuit accuses King Music and Bourne of breach of contract, fraud and negligent misrepresentation. It asks for a total of $4 million in damages.

    Ginuwine’s lawyer, Corey D. Boddie, said Thursday that his client is now unable to record anywhere else. He said the singer could be sued if he made records for another company while under contract to King.

    ^^^Yo I died when i first read this story awhile ago..

  94. Joe 88 Says:

    I still don’t see the effects ether had on hov, he turned around and made a classic mixtape “S.Carter collection” “BP2” “Best of both worlds” and “Black ablum” not to mention he also essembled State Property, if that’s a lost then……………

    Really, who really thinks hov was gonna go beyond BP1? Really? Nah right

  95. landlord Says:

    from 1998 to 2003, wasnt no one seeing Hov…

    maybe a couple wutang niggas and KILLA!… but thats its… and im biased on behalf of them niggas anyway … at the time Takeover happened, niggas really had forgot about Nas… Jay wasnt lying about that …

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

    ^Stop It!

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

    from 1998 to 2003, wasnt no one seeing Hov…

    3words

    D
    M
    X

    consider Hov sought. during that time period anyways.

  98. landlord Says:

    not saying JayZ curled up and died after Ether… but he clearly got his ass beat down on wax… the fact that he was able to wipe the dirt off his shoulders and keep it moving is a testament to his greatness… but dont front like he aint take about 120 bars of Ls in one song …

  99. Joe 88 Says:

    If anything, Nas made niggas remember Hov was human and not actually god, around the timeline RJ stated, Jay was without a doubt invincible.

  100. FUPM618 Says:

    I still don’t see the effects ether had on hov, he turned around and made a classic mixtape “S.Carter collection” “BP2″ “Best of both worlds” and “Black ablum” not to mention he also essembled State Property, if that’s a lost then……………

    ^^^ether broke Jayz’s spirit. He went from dissing Nas’s catalog on takeover to talking about fucking his baby mom’s..lol That was some hoe shit, he was hurt not to mention the majority of folks in Ny was backing nas after ether dropped. That has to hurt if you are the so called king of ny.

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

    ^^^and Nas never quite accomplished the 2 Plat albums in the same year. that accomplishment is reserved for the single human to ever perform such a feat – Earl, the Dog.

  102. landlord Says:

    DMX was a trendy novelty rapper… they come and go… just like his sonson JaRule …

    he’s no where near Hovs weight class… DMX wasnt even seeing Camron… Killa proved that on “Pull It”

  103. FUPM618 Says:

    Imagine if everytime somebody saw you they thought “were you abused as a child, scared to smile they called you ugly” lol ether was the better diss track.

  104. Joe 88 Says:

    lol @ land. overstood.

    >3words

    D
    M
    X

    ^They was on the same team, so he doesn’t count. Ja was selling more records, or just the same amount as both of them niggas, but no one will mention him, and nelly.

    Remember the Source cover with Ja, X & Jay on it? They was suppose to be the rap group “Murder inc” I swear I would b line a blind nigga with a apple right fucking now for a snippet of that album if they ever made one, lol

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

    Jay lost lyrically. Businesswise a victory.

  106. g7 Says:

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

    February 1st, 2010 at 10:35 pm
    ^^^and Nas never quite accomplished the 2 Plat albums in the same year.

    ^still decent though. two albums in a seven month span. X was ridic back then though. but all dogs get old fast…lol

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

    ^XXL cover, not Source. front and back. i fondly remember.

  108. FUPM618 Says:

    Jay lost lyrically. Businesswise a victory.

    ^^^naw both of them are eating…besides the music is what counts

  109. g7 Says:

    Ja had a good thing going til he started singing. he put one foot in the grave with that. Then 50 came along and put the other in.

  110. PHENOMENON Says:

    **Witnesses the 1,933,44O,32O,229.6999999th Jay-Z/Knawse conversation/debate on NahRight

    **Contacts Guinness Book of World Records

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

    whoa whoa. i’m not talking lifetime achievements here. let’s stay in the 98-03 time frame. D crushed!! what year did The Great Depression drop? 04? i’m not even saying D is better than J. but from 98-03, all things considered (Streets Is . . sndtrk – you know what the fuck i’m talking about), pissing Platinum sales, successful big budget films, dogfood. . . . . .D wins IN THAT TIME PERIOD.

    yes, dogfood.

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

    Great Dep. released 2001.
    debate fail.

  113. JihaD Says:

    ^^^ether broke Jayz’s spirit. He went from dissing Nas’s catalog on takeover to talking about fucking his baby mom’s..lol That was some hoe shit, he was hurt not to mention the majority of folks in Ny was backing nas after ether dropped. That has to hurt if you are the so called king of ny.

    ^^^

    Ehhhh, I think niggas WANTED to see little homie win that battle, just off little homie being “less successful” than Camel (popularity wise). I mean, people forget that many NY’s had more invested in little homies music based strictly off Illmatic, and after (at the time) musical duds lt Was Written, The Firm, and I Am, people were writing Little Homie off. Camel, on the other hand, took advantage of Bigs death and blew the fuck up, but he assumed that NY was riding with him. You know that nigga was shocked when the votes came backin favor of Little Homie.

    I mean, if you are going song for song, Takeover was better structured, and I think if Camel didn’t waste a verse on Prodigy, he probably would have finished little homie off. Ether (however grossly misleading and lacking in actual facts) was just filled with enough energy to overpower any actual shortcomings it may have contained musically.

    JihaD

  114. Winston Reid Says:

    Yo everyone better go cop this tommorow…

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