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Big Pun – Resurrection

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Today is the 10th anniversary of Big Pun’s death. They were planning on releasing a tribute mixtape today, but it’s been pushed back to next Sunday. The first verse on this song has never been heard before. Courtesy of Sean C & LV, thanks to Riggs.

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UPDATE: Sean C asked that we stream the song because they’re putting it on iTunes next week and the money is going to Pun’s family.

BONUS: Big Pun – Dream Shatterer (Original Version)

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DJ Lord Sear & Pete Rock – Big Pun Tribute (Live on Shade45) | Part 2

Big Pun feat. Fat Joe, Armageddon & Raekwon – Fire Water

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Don’t sleep on Pun Day going down at UPNORTHTRIPS.


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91 Responses to “Big Pun – Resurrection”

  1. a tribe called quest Says:

    RIP

  2. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    RIP mr. rios

  3. StandOut FT Says:

    Look to the cloud pun is TS will horror the pain when don’t nobody care he the realest man to come in this rap shit but then again how could you discover that when you given the facts backwards -written by Fat Joe on Metal Thangz 2

    Rest in Peace Pun We LOVE you.

  4. White Says:

    Big Pun 4 Ever !!!

  5. Black Brokaw Says:

    Happy Birthday to the one and only J Dilla!

  6. carlos Says:

    BIG PUN ” REBORN “

    On The 10th Anniversary Big Pun” Reborn ” The Mixtape .. Including 13 remixes from Th Engineerz ( PK & Pete Twist )

    http://usershare.net/jfd16w40u9pg

  7. The Killer Says:

    Thank me Later > Reasonable Doubt

    Fact

  8. The Killer Says:

    Warm Up > Blueprint

  9. The Killer Says:

    Jay-Z participates in Masonic activities: FACT

    Jay-Z sold his soul to the devil, and the price was cheap………

  10. The Killer Says:

    I thought this was America, people

  11. London Underground Says:

    I see where we’re going with this…

    So far gone > Illmatic/ Ready to die/ Enter the wu tang etc

  12. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    I know I’m late to the talk about rap labels and stuff, but Rocafella does not deserve to be mentioned alongside the labels like Cash Money-Young Money or Aftermath. CM-YM and Aftermath are two labels that have withstood trends and have pushed NEW artists in DIFFERENT periods of hip hop.

    The only thing that makes Rocafella seem like a label that’s survived different trends in hip hop is Kanye West. The problem with using him, is he changed his sound on his own and has set trends on his own; it’s not like Rocafella found new artists to push when those new trends were set. And frankly, after the very beginning where he was learning the ropes, it seems like every success Kanye has had has been despite his label. Jay didn’t want him to rap, Dame wanted his first album to be a group album, etc.

    And let’s not even get to Jay-Z being an artist that has survived trends. That was true pre-retirement. But after, he’s got a shitty comeback album, an old school sounding album that distracted people from his inability to improve as a rapper, and now BP3-basically a Kanye West produced album with Jay-Z rapping about the same shit as always. His name and his connections, and his familiar voice. That’s Jay call to success now. He’s not a progressive rapper, no matter what he or his stans say [he was though].

  13. London Underground Says:

    Jay-Z participates in Masonic activities: FACT

    Jay-Z sold his soul to the devil, and the price was cheap………
    *********************

    lol

    seriously though, if any of this is true why does it matter to you? how does it affect you personally?

  14. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    RIP

  15. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Cash Money seemed dead/irrelevant for a while, but then Wayne brought them back, and now they’ve found new artists like Drake, Jay Sean [no homo], Kevin Rudolf [maybe] and Nikki Minaj who are look like they’re going to be very big. The hip hop landscape is completely different from when Cash Money had their first prosperous period, and they’ve managed to come back.

    Aftermath has done that, too. I personally feel like the audience of hip hop has changed so much that the only way Aftermath will ever rise to a new period of dominance again is if Dre decides to shed the hardgore gangsta rap aesthetic his label has had overall, and changes his production style again. But regardless, they have been dominant in different periods of hip hop.

    What makes me think of CM-YM as being a better hip hop label as far as being run only by the people on the label, is the fact that Jimmy Iovine [of Interscope Records] has always had a big role in Aftermath. Say what you will about Jimmy, he’s a genius and he was the one who introduced Eminem to Dr. Dre. Dre probably had way more to do with Em’s artistic development, though, credit where it’s due. But Eminem being the biggest artist- and not just in hip hop, but all pop music- of the time is what ends up allowing Dre’s new sound to get popular, thus reviving Dre’s solo career, and setting up the careers of 50 Cent [who got a big push from Em], and the Game [who in turn got a big push from 50 Cent].

    Aftermath is sort of a combination of major label expertise [Iovine] on the part of finding new talent and marketing, and smaller label [Dr. Dre] expertise on the part of artistic development. CM-YM seems like almost all the work on it’s “second win” was done on the inside of the small label.

    So yeah, AS A WELL RUN LABEL, I give it to Cash Money. Baby seems like an aging junkie, but apparently he’s doing something right.

  16. Shooter Says:

    Rocafella does not deserve to be mentioned alongside the labels like Cash Money-Young Money or Aftermath. CM-YM and Aftermath are two labels that have withstood trends and have pushed NEW artists in DIFFERENT periods of hip hop.
    ^^^^^

    co-sizzle

  17. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    And yes, RIP to one of the greatest IMO.

  18. Belize Says:

    RIP

  19. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Happy Birthday to the one and only J Dilla!

    ^

    word. rest in power as well mr. yancey.

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

    wow, look at you faggots arguing.

    the roc is long over, done. i mean, the traditional roc. just like the traditional cash money. new era. blueprint 3 has sold over 1.6 milli just in the us. he went plat in canda and gold in the uk. carter 3 does similar numbers. birdman ain’t sellin, nicki might sell if she tries to act like trina harder. drake ain’t signed to cash money lol. young money album? whaddup dynasty album. shit, that first roccafella mixtape probably sold more than the cash money album has.

    you can’t compare kanye, an established winning grammy artist, to anyone in the bummy mixtape crew aka cash money. maybe beans and bleek, but hey, at least they have albums and hits. even at that, roc nation running with j. cole, rhianna, (who’s pushing ‘ye’s next album now the white world shuns him), wale (this dude is a herb, but his production was on point).

    wayne’s career is in his infancy, he’s trying to build himself a group of weed carriers. shout out to baby for being that strong handed ninja though. he’s grifted his way through some shit and is sitting on some money. the real test is what he does with everyone once wayne’s gone.

    happy birthday to dilla and peace to my boy big punisher.

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

    and it’s kind of shitty there isn’t no roc anymore, but i wouldn’t blame the split due to reasons “changing trends and new artists” or any of that bullshit. dame was just apart of the roc as jay was.

  22. Frank Says:

    Being an Arsenal fan is very frustrating. Fucking hell!

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

    and there is a fucking khalil produced jay electronica song out there?

    Listening to “Anchor” – The New Royales feat. Jay Electronica. Follow @thenewroyales. – khalil’s twitter.

  24. I Fux Says:

    zshare.net/download/72273664719a257a/ Big Pun Must be the Music link. ALot of my friends had never heard this song

  25. » Remember Pun. Says:

    […] remember that what you’re listening to might never happen again for another millennium, until a child is born that can perform at a level beyond […]

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

    #

    # Frank Says:
    February 7th, 2010 at 3:01 pm

    Being an Arsenal fan is very frustrating. Fucking hell!

    ^^
    tell me about it

  27. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # Rick aka KING OF DA BOOM BAP BOMB STRAPPED TO MY CHEST ASKIN WHERE YA GOONZ AT? Says:
    February 7th, 2010 at 2:53 pm
    the roc is long over, done. i mean, the traditional roc. just like the traditional cash money. new era. blueprint 3 has sold over 1.6 milli just in the us. he went plat in canda and gold in the uk. carter 3 does similar numbers. birdman ain’t sellin, nicki might sell if she tries to act like trina harder. drake ain’t signed to cash money lol. young money album? whaddup dynasty album. shit, that first roccafella mixtape probably sold more than the cash money album has.
    you can’t compare kanye, an established winning grammy artist, to anyone in the bummy mixtape crew aka cash money. maybe beans and bleek, but hey, at least they have albums and hits. even at that, roc nation running with j. cole, rhianna, (who’s pushing ‘ye’s next album now the white world shuns him), wale (this dude is a herb, but his production was on point).
    wayne’s career is in his infancy, he’s trying to build himself a group of weed carriers. shout out to baby for being that strong handed ninja though. he’s grifted his way through some shit and is sitting on some money. the real test is what he does with everyone once wayne’s gone.
    —————————————————————-

    A LOT of false points and bad logic in that post….

    -First off, Wayne and Jay are not doing “similar numbers”. Tha Carter III is 3x platinum- that’s 3 mill in the US, almost twice what BP3 has done. And before you mention that TC3 has been out longer, keep in mind that it sold 2.88 million in 2008 alone. BP3 did 470,000 in it’s first week, TC3 does 430,000 in it’s first DAY, and then a milli for the week.
    -And even if you were right [you’re not], Jay’s recent album is NOT ON ROCAFELLA, it’s on ROC NATION. Tha Carter 3 was still a CM release, it’s just it was also a Young Money release, too.

    -no one was comparing Kanye to the newer crop of YM guys. My point was that he’s done most of his work despite his label, and most of his success happened after the roc broke up.

    -I hope J. Cole does well, but Wale flopped. Hard [pause]. And Rihanna is NOT a Rocafella artist, nor is she on Roc Nation. She’s on Def Jam.

    -Wayne’s career is not in it’s “infancy”….LOL

    -Yes, CM-YM may reap less sales nominally, but there are two things to consider. It’s probably the dominant rap label of today, and is in it’s second win, which the roc never had. And record sales are down everywhere. CM-YM are about to have the 2 of the 3 biggest rappers on their label [Wayne and Drake], all that’s waiting is for Thank Me Later to come out. And maybe the biggest female rapper out, if that worth something. And Jay Sean [no homo] may end up doing just fine.

  28. London Underground Says:

    Eastern_Digital aka Nahright’s Fantasy Football champ Says:

    February 7th, 2010 at 3:16 pm
    #

    # Frank Says:
    February 7th, 2010 at 3:01 pm

    Being an Arsenal fan is very frustrating. Fucking hell!

    ^^

    tell me about it

    ^^

    arsenal are heartless soft weak bottlers fam. if wenger had bought a striker and a midfield general in january you would still have a chance.

  29. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # Rick aka KING OF DA BOOM BAP BOMB STRAPPED TO MY CHEST ASKIN WHERE YA GOONZ AT? Says:
    February 7th, 2010 at 2:56 pm

    and it’s kind of shitty there isn’t no roc anymore, but i wouldn’t blame the split due to reasons “changing trends and new artists” or any of that bullshit. dame was just apart of the roc as jay was.
    ————————————————————

    I wouldn’t blame the split on that either. I’m just pointing out that they couldn’t push any artists when trends changed, and never had the second win a REALLY good label like Aftermath would have. Splitting up is no excuse for that, splitting up is one way for a label to fail.

    And I liked Rocafella and recognize that they had a lot of potential, and accomplished a lot anyway. I’m just making sure my being a fan doesn’t get in the way of reasoning….

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

    you can’t compare kanye, an established winning grammy artist, to anyone in the bummy mixtape crew aka cash money. maybe beans and bleek, but hey, at least they have albums and hits. even at that, roc nation running with j. cole, rhianna, (who’s pushing ‘ye’s next album now the white world shuns him), wale (this dude is a herb, but his production was on point).

    ^^^
    and you sayin J.Cole aint from the bummy mixtape crew? fuck outta here. Most people don’t even know who the fuck he is. At least people know who Drake is.

  31. London Underground Says:

    did that fabolous/ dj drama tape that was due for new years day ever get released?

  32. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Good point Eastern Digital….I missed that part of his post.

  33. &What?! Says:

    Being an Arsenal fan is very frustrating. Fucking hell!

    ^

    I know, once again our weaknesses are exposed by an experienced team. Counter attack, and we need some more height. Nasri, Arshavin, Fabregas, Denilson all small, we need a big strong defensive midfielder, Alonso would have been perfect. Another season, another heartbreaker. Something has to give soon, or Fabregas will leave and we are back at square one. Every season with us it’s ‘this is the season’ and Wenger talks about how young the team is, we have been ‘young’ for years now. We need some big transfers, big names and big money.

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

    # London Underground Says:
    February 7th, 2010 at 3:23 pm

    did that fabolous/ dj drama tape that was due for new years day ever get released?

    ^^^
    not yet.

  35. Ghost Writer Says:

    Oh shit this is crazy….RIP Pun

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

    to each his own, but 4/5 peope on the streets would say the roc > cash money, in terms of success. also, drake is on his own exclusivity deal. wayne will not be making a cent off anything but a feature for that album. young money is getting thrown on the album cover for good loox and respect.

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

    I know, once again our weaknesses are exposed by an experienced team. Counter attack, and we need some more height. Nasri, Arshavin, Fabregas, Denilson all small, we need a big strong defensive midfielder, Alonso would have been perfect. Another season, another heartbreaker. Something has to give soon, or Fabregas will leave and we are back at square one. Every season with us it’s ‘this is the season’ and Wenger talks about how young the team is, we have been ‘young’ for years now. We need some big transfers, big names and big money.

    ^^^
    co-sign. I know Wenger is after Villa, but he doesnt bring height (no homo) to the team either. I hope the rumors about Balotelli are true. And yes a really strong DM like Viera was would be great to support Cesc.

  38. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i been listening to dilla all day. i think i just shook a retna loose nodding my head to E=mc squared.

  39. Ghost Writer Says:

    Big Pun – Dream Shatterer (Original Version)…I remember the first time hearing this…the beat stayed in my head for months (n)

  40. London Underground Says:

    Eastern_Digital aka Nahright’s Fantasy Football champ Says:

    February 7th, 2010 at 3:46 pm
    I know, once again our weaknesses are exposed by an experienced team. Counter attack, and we need some more height. Nasri, Arshavin, Fabregas, Denilson all small, we need a big strong defensive midfielder, Alonso would have been perfect. Another season, another heartbreaker. Something has to give soon, or Fabregas will leave and we are back at square one. Every season with us it’s ‘this is the season’ and Wenger talks about how young the team is, we have been ‘young’ for years now. We need some big transfers, big names and big money.

    ^^^
    co-sign. I know Wenger is after Villa, but he doesnt bring height (no homo) to the team either. I hope the rumors about Balotelli are true. And yes a really strong DM like Viera was would be great to support Cesc.

    ^^

    didn’t arsenal turn down the chance to buy yaya toure? seems like the perfect partner (nh) for fabregas

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

    didn’t arsenal turn down the chance to buy yaya toure? seems like the perfect partner (nh) for fabregas

    ^^
    Dont know. His name repeatedly came up just cuz Kolo was with us, I’m sceptical if there ever was any substance to it.

  42. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # Rick aka KING OF DA BOOM BAP BOMB STRAPPED TO MY CHEST ASKIN WHERE YA GOONZ AT? Says:
    February 7th, 2010 at 3:46 pm

    to each his own, but 4/5 peope on the streets would say the roc > cash money, in terms of success. also, drake is on his own exclusivity deal. wayne will not be making a cent off anything but a feature for that album. young money is getting thrown on the album cover for good loox and respect.
    ———————————————————-

    Then 4/5 people on the streets would be wrong, really. I’m not talking about caliber of music, but the Roc wasn’t really that big when compared to a lot of labels, and they didn’t last like the labels I mentioned. They DID have a phenomenal roster, in my opinion.

  43. London Underground Says:

    didn’t arsenal turn down the chance to buy yaya toure? seems like the perfect partner (nh) for fabregas

    ^^
    Dont know. His name repeatedly came up just cuz Kolo was with us, I’m sceptical if there ever was any substance to it.

    ^^

    true. you guys should have kept that muamba kid, decent player for bolton.

  44. Frank Says:

    Co-sign everything that’s been said on my beloved Gunners. And yeah, Yaya did have a trial with us back in 05 but Wenger passed on him. Definitely got that wrong.

  45. silas Aka simon Says:

    Listening to “Anchor” – The New Royales feat. Jay Electronica. Follow @thenewroyales. – khalil’s twitter.

    ^
    here is the track its old tho

    youtube.com/watch?v=ITCjabZ8LrU

  46. silas Aka simon Says:

    compare ym to the rock

    wayne > comeback jay
    old jay > wayne

    young gunz > mystikal juvenile

    just on the strength of cant stop

    kanye (producer) > mannie fresh

    im not going to worry about the weed carriers

    but as a label baby has done more for his people than jay

    cash money > roc

    plus cash money is still relevant as a label

  47. &What?! Says:

    And it kills me to know Wenger had an Arsenal top with Ronaldo on the back to present to Christiano when he was due for a trial with us, for him only to sign for United instead. What could have been!

  48. hl Says:

    People from N.O. are jumping on the saints bandwagon. Half the people I meet from there are fucking cowboy fans. That city doesn’t ride for their team like DC does for the Redskins (nh).

  49. hl Says:

    young gunz > mystikal juvenile

    just on the strength of cant stop

    kanye (producer) > mannie fresh

    —–

    Nope.

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

    And it kills me to know Wenger had an Arsenal top with Ronaldo on the back to present to Christiano when he was due for a trial with us, for him only to sign for United instead. What could have been!

    ^^^
    I’m happy we didnt sign that cum gargling faggot. NO HOMO

  51. London Underground Says:

    And it kills me to know Wenger had an Arsenal top with Ronaldo on the back to present to Christiano when he was due for a trial with us, for him only to sign for United instead. What could have been!
    ^^

    yeah but if you got ronaldo it might not have turned out the same way. remember he went to united to replace beckham where as you guys already had pires, reyes, ljungberg, henry, bergkamp, wiltord, kanu so when he wasn’t the games he might of just fucked off to spain or something

  52. &What?! Says:

    I’m happy we didnt sign that cum gargling faggot. NO HOMO

    ^

    I don’t like the dudes personality, but he’s a fucking incredible football player.

  53. &What?! Says:

    yeah but if you got ronaldo it might not have turned out the same way. remember he went to united to replace beckham where as you guys already had pires, reyes, ljungberg, henry, bergkamp, wiltord, kanu so when he wasn’t the games he might of just fucked off to spain or something

    ^

    Those players were the glory days.

    The Invincibles.. man I miss that period.

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

    I don’t like the dudes personality, but he’s a fucking incredible football player.

    ^^
    true but he’s still a MASSIVE HOMO CUNT (c) C. Chelios. He can play wherever the fuck he wants as long it’s not my team, the fucking fanny.

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

    # &What?! Says:
    February 7th, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    yeah but if you got ronaldo it might not have turned out the same way. remember he went to united to replace beckham where as you guys already had pires, reyes, ljungberg, henry, bergkamp, wiltord, kanu so when he wasn’t the games he might of just fucked off to spain or something

    ^

    Those players were the glory days.

    The Invincibles.. man I miss that period.

    ^^^
    good times.

  56. &What?! Says:

    On another note.. Peyton is gonna own tonight.

  57. a tribe called quest Says:

    38-31 saints

  58. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    we be dat we be dat

  59. &What?! Says:

    Roffle at Vanilla Ice’s latest feature having over 440 000 views in 5 days…

  60. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    aphrodisiac-disiac

  61. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    ya say ya say

  62. Sleep Says:

    This is fact

    Bad boy»»death row»»cash money»»aftermath»»Roc»»no limit»»rap-a-lot»»ruff ryders»»murda inc

    Aftermath sold a lot of records but they drop one album a year so that’s why I didn’t put them in front of cmr

  63. Sleep Says:

    Diddy is the phil jackson of hip hop.

  64. London Underground Says:

    @ &what & Eastern_Digital…

    top 5 strikers in the prem:

    torres > drogba > rooney > van persie > defoe

    agree?

  65. Sleep Says:

    I don’t know anything about soccer, but what happen to that black kid who was gonna change soccer like 6 years ago

  66. Mag Says:

    Is juelz still waiting on I can’t Feel My Face?

    Niggardly Wayne took the dip swag and ran with it l

  67. &What?! Says:

    @ &what & Eastern_Digital…

    top 5 strikers in the prem:

    torres > drogba > rooney > van persie > defoe

    agree?

    ^

    That’s a hard fucking question.

    At their best, Rooney, Drogba, and Torres are all virtually unstoppable.

    Torres tends to be injury prone which is his main downfall. Those 3 are definetly the three best, then there’s other players which on their day can be great too like Van Persie, Defoe (even though I fucking hate him) Bent, Saha, Adebayor etc.

    Top 5 I’d have to go…

    Drogba > Rooney > Torres > Van Persie > Defoe

  68. London Underground Says:

    I don’t know anything about soccer, but what happen to that black kid who was gonna change soccer like 6 years ago
    ^^

    i guess you mean freddy adu from the US?

    he had a trial at man utd but i think they didn’t like his attitude, i think he’s playing in portugal these days, if he has a good world cup he could get a big move.

  69. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    I guess if you had to choose one label, the obvious answer is Def Jam. They were the big guys from the 80s to early 90s, and then reinvented themselves as a mega-rap label that worked with the smaller labels. Sort of an intermediary between Universal and a lot of the new rap labels.

    Rocafella
    Ruff Ryders
    Disturbing tha Peace
    Murder Inc.
    etc.

    It just doesn’t FEEL like a rap label after Russell and Rick become less involved…so I don’t know.

  70. London Underground Says:

    That’s a hard fucking question.

    At their best, Rooney, Drogba, and Torres are all virtually unstoppable.

    Torres tends to be injury prone which is his main downfall. Those 3 are definetly the three best, then there’s other players which on their day can be great too like Van Persie, Defoe (even though I fucking hate him) Bent, Saha, Adebayor etc.

    Top 5 I’d have to go…

    Drogba > Rooney > Torres > Van Persie > Defoe
    ^^

    i forgot about adebayor, on his day he can be like drogba, looks like he don’t care most the time though

  71. &What?! Says:

    Freddy Adu was the American that was claimed to have the ability to be one of the best in the world, he was all hyped.. but it didn’t work out. Europeans are the football masters. There are a few good American players, but none would be in the top 100 in the world I doubt, just as American sports are dominated by Americans..

  72. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    WHO DAT!!?

    tribe says:

    38-31 saints

    i say 38-35

  73. &What?! Says:

    i forgot about adebayor, on his day he can be like drogba, looks like he don’t care most the time though

    ^

    Yeah, him and Berbatov share that ‘I don’t give a fuck’ attitude. They are both also masters of the Kanye shrug.

  74. Harlem World Says:

    RIP Pun

    Did more for race relations between Blacks and Hispanics in NY than some so called black activist or politician did.

    A true street poet.

  75. &What?! Says:

    and I also forgot about Tevez, he’s awesome as well.

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

    torres > drogba > rooney > van persie > defoe

    ^^^
    Torres >> Drogba >> Villa >>> Rooney > Ibrahimovic

    HM: Van Persie, Milito, Eto’o, Pato, (Dzeko)

    On the way up: Higuain, Aguero, Balotelli

    Defoe has a good run, i’d like to see him keep it like that before i consider him.

  77. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    The celebration of J. Dilla’s life is also an international affair.

    ^

    word.

  78. Brooklyn Strong aka John Locke of Nah Says:

    colts 28 saints 24

  79. Black Brokaw Says:

    i say 0-0 theyre gonna blow the spot up

  80. hl Says:

    colts 35 saints 9

  81. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Colts 38 Saints 28

    Saints score their last touchdown when the Colts already have 38 so the end of the game won’t be tight.

  82. D. Billz Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    February 7th, 2010 at 4:55 pm

    RIP Pun

    Did more for race relations between Blacks and Hispanics in NY

    ^That’s just plain sad that Blacks and Hispanics were beefin’ in the first place. PR/DR niggas stay in denial.

  83. Brooklyn Strong aka John Locke of Nah Says:

    The idea scenerio would be the Colts leading by 6 pts late in the game and Brees throws to a wide open Shockey in the end zone who then drops the ball giving the Colts the victory. Thats his just due for acting bitchlike before he left the Giants

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  85. D. Billz Says:

    Lol @ BKStrong *dapz*

  86. D-O&P Says:

    Rest In Peace Pun. Just listened to Capital Punishment, with my eyes closed to envision the lyrics. One of the greatest MC’s of all time. Never Forget

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