Boaz – What You Know About (prod. Statik Selektah)

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Pittsburgh’s Boaz dropped The Audio Biography in 2009, and he’s back with the first leak from his new project Selling A Dream.

Boaz – What You Know About (prod. Statik Selektah)

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51 Responses to “Boaz – What You Know About (prod. Statik Selektah)”

  1. Slumbilical Says:

    lasers in stores soon

  2. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    not to mention a ravishing little mustache
    ^
    LMFAO

  3. Slumbilical Says:

    too many cats from pittsburgh tryina blow. one at a time, niccas. wiz can’t even get a deal. now everyone trying to break through the door. look how long chicago had to wait till we started cranking out artists sustainably. niccas need to plot better. nobody from pittsburgh eatin any time soon. sorry blickas. not happening.

  4. illuminati by nature Says:

    landlord Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:29 pm
    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:26 pm
    Naughty By Nature Preps New LP
    =========================
    Why?

    ——

    cause Treach is one of the greatest to ever MC… why not?.. JayZ still records… Fat Joe… LL… Busta Rhymes…

    bar for bar, Treach was as good or better than any of them …

    ***they shoulda just left it where it was, though…leave on a high note (c) George Constanza

  5. Slumbilical Says:

    haha d-block catches my sarcastic drift…the vets always know how we fuck around [ll]

    *daps*

  6. moresickaMC Says:

    hiphops so boring nowadays.

    dont evn download anything from this site anymore. its just a news site now

  7. BSEENANDHEARD Says:

    No Mixtape>>>

  8. landlord Says:

    rattlesnakes > Boaz

  9. illuminati by nature Says:

    too many cats from pittsburgh tryina blow. one at a time, niccas

    ***Ayooooooooooo

  10. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    Boaz is nice.

  11. Slumbilical Says:

    illuminati by nature Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:31 pm
    too many cats from pittsburgh tryina blow. one at a time, niccas

    ***Ayooooooooooo

    ^

    haha touche

  12. moresickaMC Says:

    Treach is/was criminally underrated

    his flow/wordplay def ahead of its time

  13. illuminati by nature Says:

    Slumbilical Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:30 pm
    haha d-block catches my sarcastic drift…the vets always know how we fuck around [ll]

    *daps*

    ***I alluded to sarcasm in my response, too, but I’m saying, lol…

  14. Slumbilical Says:

    Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    ^

    *daps collin*

  15. moresickaMC Says:

    Pharoahe Monch too

  16. Beezy Says:

    shout out Artie

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

    cause Treach is one of the greatest to ever MC… why not?.. JayZ still records… Fat Joe… LL… Busta Rhymes…

    bar for bar, Treach was as good or better than any of them …
    ==========================================
    That’s why their last album went triple quarter water container, right?

    He had his run.

    It’s over.

  18. illuminati by nature Says:

    moresickaMC Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:31 pm
    Treach is/was criminally underrated

    his flow/wordplay def ahead of its time

    ***early 90s Naughty by Nature>>>>whatever u’re listening to….

  19. landlord Says:

    Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    Bo az is nice.

    ———

    AYOO

  20. Slumbilical Says:

    Hey Boaz, 2001 called and it wants its Gucci bucket / jean jacket back.

    SMH niccas from small cities just now hearing about Prada and Gucci and shit.

    Mention Martin Margiela and the niccas think you speaking French.

  21. moresickaMC Says:

    still waiting for…

    Cousin bang movie

    dear moleskine

    Just blaze new tracks

  22. Slumbilical Says:

    Bo’s azz is nice…what(?)

  23. why? Says:

    So when Drake sells a million does that mean he’s a good rapper or just ______________?

    Also I just thought Cudi would probably be a good actor. He got all these emotion and feelings to let out he could probably be in a soap opera.

  24. illuminati by nature Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:33 pm
    cause Treach is one of the greatest to ever MC… why not?.. JayZ still records… Fat Joe… LL… Busta Rhymes…

    bar for bar, Treach was as good or better than any of them …
    ==========================================
    That’s why their last album went triple quarter water container, right?

    He had his run.

    It’s over.

    ***treach just needs to reinvent himself…because he’s a talented dude, but he last good jawn i heard from him was “Mourn U till I join U”….just sayin’…that last naughty jawn on xxl was terrawfulble….

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

    haha d-block catches my sarcastic drift…the vets always know how we fuck around [ll]

    *daps*
    =======================================
    That shit had a genuine gay energy to it, sarcasm or not.

    Do you dance, sing or sew?

    Just asking.

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

    beat you with the same shit they frame attics with (c) Treach

  27. illuminati by nature Says:

    Also I just thought Cudi would probably be a good actor. He got all these emotion and feelings to let out he could probably be in a soap opera.

    ***Cudi’s got a new show on HBO, dropping mid-feb- “How to Make it in America”…not sure if he’s in every episode, or just a recurring cameo, though…

  28. moresickaMC Says:

    Dr.Dre is a BITCH

    wheretf is Detox??

    People should dowload it so it flops in revenge for the wait

  29. b-ease Says:

    still waiting for…

    Cousin bang movie

    ^^
    Seriously. I randomly youtube the trailer with Bang drinking the last juice in the fridge just for shits and giggles on a fairly regular basis.

  30. landlord Says:

    Do you dance, sing or sew?

    ————

    (c) landlord

  31. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Do you dance, sing or sew?

    Just asking.
    ^
    Oh shit

  32. illuminati by nature Says:

    a genuine gay energy

    ****dafuck? U authenticating, and shit? “Antwan’s Roadshow”, lol

  33. why? Says:

    If you were a rapper whose career died down what would you do with your money?

    a. Start a clothing line
    b. Give tours of famous NYC Hip Hop spots
    c. Open up a restaurant
    d. Get a college education

    A lot of old school rappers stay losing.

  34. 456 Says:

    Dr.Dre is a BITCH

    wheretf is Detox??

    People should dowload it so it flops in revenge for the wait

    ^stfu and wait or dont. i hate ingrates

  35. landlord Says:

    landlord Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:36 pm
    Do you dance, sing or sew?

    ————

    (c) landlord

    ——–

    no homo… not that i do all those things… but we had this conversation last week when i defended these actions when done singularly, but cast dispesrsions upon those who do all 3 …

  36. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Statik’ ish leaked…(II)

  37. b-ease Says:

    If you were a rapper whose career died down what would you do with your money?

    ^^
    Open any business besides a restaurant, flip some houses, etc, etc.

  38. landlord Says:

    how can one tell what a “genuine gay energy” is, without experiencing it for self?

  39. illuminati by nature Says:

    b. Give tours of famous NYC Hip Hop spots

    ***Ha, ha…I saw that documentary on PBS, Saturday night…just sad…

  40. b-ease Says:

    b. Give tours of famous NYC Hip Hop spots

    ***Ha, ha…I saw that documentary on PBS, Saturday night…just sad…

    ^^
    LOL, who’s giving tours?

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

    Do you dance, sing or sew?

    ————

    (c) landlord
    ==========

    If you say so.

  42. illuminati by nature Says:

    Slumbilical Says:

    February 1st, 2010 at 3:28 pm
    lasers in stores soon

    ***In “my libraries” around the world, a month before that

  43. landlord Says:

    ^

    If you were a rapper whose career died down what would you do with your money?

    —————-

    “Get a crate, some crack, and some house slippers…”

  44. Beezy Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:
    February 1st, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    Statik’ ish leaked…(II)

    ^word…like 2 days ago

    you suck at life

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

    how can one tell what a “genuine gay energy” is, without experiencing it for self?
    =================================================
    I don’t know.

    Why don’t you tell us fossy boy.

  46. why? Says:

    ^

    If you were a rapper whose career died down what would you do with your money?

    —————-

    “Get a crate, some crack, and some house slippers…”

    ^^

    Somebody give this man Nation’s job.

  47. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    *daps chea*
    *continues psuedo lurkdom while playing Amel Larrieux channel on Pandora*
    *office bitches think I’m different*

  48. landlord Says:

    I don’t know.

    Why don’t you tell us fossy boy.

    ————–

    being that you broached the topic with such superlative detail, it would seem you speak as an expert… but i digress… the floor is still yours … as usual …

  49. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Open up a restaurant

    ^ That sounds like that best one now and days

  50. illuminati by nature Says:

    @ ease- here’s a synopsis of the documentary I saw…

    hiphoppress.com/2010/01/pbs-doc-blacking-up-hiphops-remix-of-race-and-identity-examines-racial-identity-in-american-culture-.html

    PBS DOC, BLACKING UP: HIP-HOP’S REMIX OF RACE AND IDENTITY, EXAMINES RACIAL IDENTITY IN AMERICAN CULTURE TODAY
    (San Francisco, CA)-BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity explores racial identity through the lens of hip-hop music and culture. The film focuses in particular on the tensions that surround white identification with hip-hop. Popularly referred to by derogatory terms such as “wannabe” or “wigger,” the white person who identifies with hip-hop often invokes heated responses. For some, it is an example of cultural progress – a movement toward a color-blind America. For others, it’s just another case of cultural theft and mockery – a repetition of a racist past.

    BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity probes these different responses, constructing a dialogue on race that draws parallels from American history and incorporates the perspectives of leading cultural critics, hip-hop industry pioneers, well-known rappers, an assortment of young fans, and hip-hop hopefuls. BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity will premiere on PBS stations nationwide beginning in January 2010 (check local listings).

    Against the unique backdrop of American popular music, BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identityexplores racial identity: where it comes from, why certain personas are attractive to white suburban youth, and what authenticity means to the communities being emulated in hip-hop.

    In contrast to most popular discussions, the film puts questions of white identification with hip-hop in a historical context, which proves both educational and informative.

    Showing the parallels between the figure of the white hip-hopper and previous incarnations of white identification with black culture, BLACKING UP: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity highlights a lineage that includes blackface performers such as Al Jolson, jazz figures like the “hipster” and the “white negro,” and rock-and-roll icons like Elvis Presley. White participants in the film discuss where they see their place in hip-hop, reflecting earnestly on how they have been affected by the words “wigger” or “wannabe.” Black participants debate what white adoption of hip-hop might mean today, considering past instances of appropriation and mockery of black cultural expression. All participants’ praises and criticisms contribute to an understanding of how race functions in America today.

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