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Video: Charles Discharged (ItsTheReal)

This week, we sent the ItsTheReal Investigative Team in search of an artist who’s long been lost.

Monday mornings are good again.

Previously: Hey, Mr. Cartel (ItsTheReal)


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69 Responses to “Video: Charles Discharged (ItsTheReal)”

  1. cOLD Says:

    ayooooo

  2. London Bloke Says:

    ^

    ayo

  3. London Bloke Says:

    when i typed Charles Discharged it got moderated

  4. Da PartyStarter Says:

    Who the hell was that?

  5. London Bloke Says:

    Who the hell was that?

    ^

    land’s biological son

  6. Van Sertima Says:

    ?

  7. Tong Po Flo Says:

    These lames

  8. Bricktop Says:

    Ja-Rule’s shit was shaky from jump. he was all imagery/marketing/smoke/mirrors. nothing respectable or groundbreaking lyrically/content-wise. outstanding production! Pac’s imagery. Earl’s flow. how he even managed more than two successful albums is beyond me. he was arguably 50’s softest target ever.

  9. London Bloke Says:

    * sings Charles in Charge theme song*

  10. Shooter Says:

    *doesnt find funny*

    these guys and Complex must share writers or something

  11. Van Sertima Says:

    The cover for Madlib’s Medicine Show No. 2: Flight To Brazil>>>>

  12. Furiou$tylez aka I cant be godbody smoking these Newports Says:

    you have to give it to this douchebag…

    he has character…

    douchebaggy character…

    but character none the less…

  13. London Bloke Says:

    you have to give it to this douchebag

    ^
    ayo

  14. London Bloke Says:

    …slow day

  15. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    # Fresh Huxtable Says:
    February 22nd, 2010 at 10:03 am

    True or false: “Ja Rule wasn’t actually wack as a musician; but a combination of his own oversaturation with radio friendly pop hits, Murder Inc.’s troubles with the Feds, and an opportunistic 50 Cent who had the right records for the right moment destroyed his career.”
    =–=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    True

    Refer to the One Blood remix
    ————

    Personally, I thought Always on Time was cool for a R&B collabo, and New York was
    crazy. I say that as somebody from the south.

  16. Beezy Says:

    the new boy in the neighborhood
    lives downstairs and its understood

    he’s there just to take good care of me
    like he’s one of the familyyyy

    charles in charge, of our days…and our nights

  17. Beezy Says:

    itsthereal is still super trash though…these idiots are not funny

  18. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    @Bricktop-

    Everything you say is true.
    But the music was decent to good for a long stretch.

  19. Rey Says:

    # Bricktop Says:
    February 22nd, 2010 at 10:16 am

    Ja-Rule’s shit was shaky from jump. he was all imagery/marketing/smoke/mirrors. nothing respectable or groundbreaking lyrically/content-wise. outstanding production! Pac’s imagery. Earl’s flow. how he even managed more than two successful albums is beyond me. he was arguably 50’s softest target ever.

    ^^^

    What are you, 19? Ja’s career took-off because he smoothed out the game after all the Ruff Ryders/No Limit/Bounce shit. None of Pac’s imagery or Earl’s flow helped him blow up. Dude just didn’t dickride and do what everyone else did, he made his own lane.

    Seriously, who sent this asshole? Nonono… Who sent the asshole that sent THIS asshole?

  20. Beezy Says:

    damn, Rey’s love for Ja-Rule borders on obsession

  21. Rey Says:

    Furthermore, if Ja was 50’s softest target, he was also 50’s inspiration for, oh, EVERYTHING ELSE after Banks ghost-wrote “In Da Club”.

    Toolbags.

  22. London Bloke Says:

    None of Pac’s imagery or Earl’s flow helped him blow

    ^

    suspect

  23. Rey Says:

    Try harder, Beez. My standom has never included Jeffery Atkins, but when someone is as wrong as what’s his face up there–to the point where **I** even know he’s wrong–I had to speak up.

    Don’t you have to get back to being not funny at all?

  24. London Bloke Says:

    Who sent the asshole that sent THESE assholes?

    *fixed

    Fresh Huxtable Says:

    ^

    STFU b

  25. Furiou$tylez aka I cant be godbody smoking these Newports Says:

    somebody tell Rey he is totally wrong and gassin himself on some shit he’s wrong about…

    i dont feel like arguing with a nigga this early in the morning….

    plus i have to save my energy to shovel this snow… (no Young Jeezy or Yo Gotti)

  26. criDikal Says:

    Good thing this guy is embracing the fact that he took a lot of L’s after such a promising start. Maybe now he can just STFU and make music.

  27. Rey Says:

    # London Bloke Says:
    February 22nd, 2010 at 10:26 am

    None of Pac’s imagery or Earl’s flow helped him blow

    ^

    suspect

    ^^^

    Another riveting comeback from London Bloke. How long did it take you to come up with that one, mate? *checks watch*

  28. Joey Profit$ Says:

    None of Pac’s imagery or Earl’s flow helped him blow

    ^

    suspect

    ^^^^

    co-sign

  29. Grey Poupon Ass Nigga Says:

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/72850187d84a03c7/

  30. Rey Says:

    FuriStyles? What? I hope you didn’t lose your place in the Social Service line just to write that.

  31. clarenceD Says:

    fred the godson > ja rule

  32. London Bloke Says:

    Another riveting comeback

    ^
    how was it a comeback if nothing was said in my direction

  33. Tong Po Flo Says:

    The cover for Madlib’s Medicine Show No. 2: Flight To Brazil>>>>

    ^ That ‘s kinda ill though

  34. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    What are you, 19? Ja’s career took-off because he smoothed out the game after all the Ruff Ryders/No Limit/Bounce shit. None of Pac’s imagery or Earl’s flow helped him blow up. Dude just didn’t dickride and do what everyone else did, he made his own lane.
    ——
    I have to say, dude came out with the bandanna around a shaved head with no shirt on in that “Can I Get A…” video. He looked like Tupac’s Mini-Me. He did sound enough like Earl for there to be a minor beef between the two,
    as Earl took offense to it.

    That said, Ja Rule’s music wasn’t bad music. He had a lane, and he shouldve stayed in it. He didn’t need to act hard because the same stuff 50 dissed him for, 50 went right back and did. It felt like 50 came out with 8 Magic Sticks/Candy Shops/21 Questions/disco inferno/baby by me/ayo technology type songs in a row.

  35. Shooter Says:

    clarenceD Says:
    February 22nd, 2010 at 10:29 am
    fred the godson > ja rule
    ^^^

    was this really worth saying lol

  36. Shooter Says:

    *daps self for not knowing what a Charles Hamilton song sounds like*

  37. Beezy Says:

    Ja’s career took off because of songs with J Lo, period.

    respecting and defending Ja Rule as a rapper is a fail.

    although his verse on the Mafia Music remix was chewable cocaine (c) Jorge

  38. Furiou$tylez aka I cant be godbody smoking these Newports Says:

    FuriStyles? What? I hope you didn’t lose your place in the Social Service line just to write that.

    ^
    social security line? where the fuck did that come from? you rich nigga?

    nah son…i remember u…youre a fat puerto rican, burrito fart smellin, asshole.

    fuck outta here son…

    ja rules first intro was “can i get a…” which was a fuckin bounch record with this nigga topless with a bandana tied around his dome…

    his street credibility came from him bein the the Murderers w/ JAY-Z AND DMX…

    u stupid ass rican fuck. that shit right there dispells your cock suckin for ja rule theories…

    now shut the fuck up…

  39. clarenceD Says:

    “was this really worth saying lol”

    ^^^ haha no, but I dont give a fuck about ja rule, tryina make shit a lil more interesting

  40. Rey Says:

    @ Fresh– You are correct. The earl thing might’ve been a coincidence, but who knows? The imagery was there, obviously, but I’m saying that didn’t help Ja Rule sell all those records.

    He sold records when there was a dearth of lady-friendly rap songs out, and he used J-Lo to catapult himself further with that 12-16yo girl demographic.

    I mean, bitches weren’t shit for the longest, then Ja drops Every Little Thing That We Do and Put It On Me, and then all the Pain is Love stuff, and suddenly EVERYONE’S doing songs like that in 2002-2003. 21 Questions, I Need A Girl, Trade It All, ’03 Bonnie & Clyde.. Shit, even the single off Kay Slay’s album was a love song! KAY SLAY! Plus, Mobb Deep even had that “Hey Luv” shit around then.

    Point being, yes, Tupac-X? Fair, my point is that, in the end (pause), none of that factored into Ja’s success.

  41. PW Says:

    plus i have to save my energy to shovel this snow…
    ^
    The government know
    the kid been loving the dough
    since i was moving white off the curb like shoveling snow

    (c)Fabo on Comedy Central, by The Clipse

  42. Rey Says:

    # Furiou$tylez aka I cant be godbody smoking these Newports Says:
    February 22nd, 2010 at 10:33 am

    FuriStyles? What? I hope you didn’t lose your place in the Social Service line just to write that.

    ^
    social security line? where the fuck did that come from? you rich nigga?

    nah son…i remember u…youre a fat puerto rican, burrito fart smellin, asshole.

    fuck outta here son…

    ja rules first intro was “can i get a…” which was a fuckin bounch record with this nigga topless with a bandana tied around his dome…

    his street credibility came from him bein the the Murderers w/ JAY-Z AND DMX…

    u stupid ass rican fuck. that shit right there dispells your cock suckin for ja rule theories…

    now shut the fuck up…

    ^^^

    Did you just open up the Nah Right Book of Played Out Comebacks and pick a random page? Damn, we knew you were stupid, but do you have to be corny too? Fuck outta here.

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

    *cues Northpole*

    I push it right, the cargos disappear…

  44. Van Sertima Says:

    The only problem Ja really had or have is fickle fans. I remember going to the bricks and niggas were swearing by Ja, had all his shit. I went back after 50 dropped and those same niggas were just shaking their heads like damn, straight abandoned Ja for 50. i could care less because back then i was a nas and rae stan but i would argue that ja is actually a better lyricist than 50. for what ever reason ja had no fan loyalty what so ever, and that was his down fall.

  45. Tong Po Flo Says:

    That said, Ja Rule’s music wasn’t bad music.

    ^ True, half the cats people stan for right this very moment do the exact same thing Rule did/does

  46. Troyvul Says:

    Lames gon cop it, D-Boy’s gon abuse it

  47. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    I didn’t mean to inspire people to start ethering each other on Monday off a simple “true or false” lol.

    The thing is, it’s possible for somebody to have a suspect persona and still be able to make good music. And as I mentioned earlier, you can be triller than a steamwhistle and make garbage music (see Corey Miller). Don’t tell C-Murder I said that though, lol. Because I saw the footage where he tried to shoot that club up but the gun jammed, so he obviously doesn’t mind killing somebody over nothing, SMH. How are you going to have what he had and throw it all away?

  48. London Bloke Says:

    In the end, women [especially teenage/early 20’s] have no loyalty and so will lead to the demise of the artists that targets them solely whilst alienating others

    See: Ja Rule, LL Cool J and possibly Drake eventually

  49. Shooter Says:

    In the end, women [especially teenage/early 20’s] have no loyalty and so will lead to the demise of the artists that targets them solely whilst alienating others

    See: Ja Rule, LL Cool J and possibly Drake eventually
    ^^^

    co-siz

  50. Van Sertima Says:

    True, half the cats people stan for right this very moment do the exact same thing Rule did/does

    ^^^
    word

  51. Furiou$tylez aka I cant be godbody smoking these Newports Says:

    whenever one of these fat ass, office working ass, gangster on the internet, herb’s in real life, nahright punks get their bullshit opinion shoved back in their face (ll) so they can eat that bullshit they typin…its the same conclusion…

    cocksuckers never acknowledge the fact that they got proven wrong…they always come with some, thats corny, u tryin to be a gangster on the internet…

    shut the fuck up u slob ass pussy. tuck your fuckin shirt in and comb your hair. have some respect for yourself.

  52. Bricktop Says:

    That said, Ja Rule’s music wasn’t bad music. He had a lane, and he shouldve stayed in it. He didn’t need to act hard because the same stuff 50 dissed him for, 50 went right back and did.

    ^
    the thing is Ja jumped into the game on some supersonicgangster shit (see one of his first videos “Kill ’em All” ft. Jay-Z for example), and THEN created his own lane with the softer joints. i give him the utmost credit for realizing that he needed to switch his style up quickfast if wanted to maintain any type of success. the one mistake he made was even acknowledging 50’s existance. other than that, it was mostly the rap audience’s fault for the downfall of Ja’s career. 50 totally pulled the wool over everybody’s eyes when he started going at Ja’s neck. cause like you said, as soon as he got Ja out to the way, he turned around and did the exact same thing that he was downing Ja for doing.

  53. Tong Po Flo Says:

    this nigga topless with a bandana tied around his dome…

    ^ Ayoiglesias

  54. Da Says:

    this one wasnt funny

  55. London Bloke Says:

    tuck your fuckin shirt in and comb your hair. have some respect for yourself

    ^

    this made me laugh

  56. Furiou$tylez aka I cant be godbody smoking these Newports Says:

    jay electronica comes out and now niggas typin scientifical pauses like “Ayoiglesias”….

    ive got to catch up and expand my pause lessons…

  57. Marcus2000 aka Marcus Robinson Says:

    Marcus Robinson Says:

    February 22nd, 2010 at 10:FotySeven am

    Fuck ya bitch!!!

  58. Joey Profit$ Says:

    shut the fuck up u slob ass pussy. tuck your fuckin shirt in and comb your hair. have some respect for yourself.

    ^^^^^

    LOL

  59. Van Sertima Says:

    c’mon sun, for the mtv crowd ja came in with jay blah blah blah, but ja really came in with Mic Geronimo and the cash money click. i wouldn’t have even gave Ja a serious listen if it wasn’t for his affiliation with Mic.

    shit’s real (c)

  60. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    One thing about Pac, he could do How Do You Want It,Hit Em Up, Hail Mary, I Get Around, Dear Mama, R U Still Down, Ambitionz as A Ridah, Keep Your Head Up, and California Love and be believable and respected on everything. It’s like cats are afraid to be full human beings anymore

  61. Bricktop Says:

    wow. this got ugly quick.

  62. London Bloke Says:

    LF: I’ve always imagined most office-nahgers [n] are those guys in the office in non-ironed loose fitting trousers, dark trainers they’ve tried to pass as shoes, untucked pale brown shirt and un-matching tie, with the large loose knot and the top button undone on the shirt

    And wires that could possible be from headphones, who knows, hanging from the pockets

    n/h for imagining niccas tho

  63. Marcus2000 aka Marcus Robinson Says:

    Marcus Robinson Says:

    February 22nd, 2010 at 10:FotyNAAAN am

    *wipes crust ouuta eye’s*

    *huge fart*

    “Damn I had to wake up ouuta that fuck ass dream…dat nigga head buss wide open when I shot him” “I guess that was suppose to be a nightmare..huh??”

  64. Bricktop Says:

    @Van

    yep.

    @Fresh

    yep.

  65. Tong Po Flo Says:

    jay electronica comes out and now niggas typin scientifical pauses like “Ayoiglesias”….

    ^ Lol that shits made cleva huh I thought about that for a minute

  66. hl Says:

    The cover for Madlib’s Medicine Show No. 2: Flight To Brazil>>>>

    —-

    Is stones throw selling this digitally?

  67. occams Says:

    Dude clowned his girl to her face about the abortion he made her get, and she rocked his shit something fierce……embarassed

  68. Tong Po Flo Says:

    made < mad

  69. GeoTheSage Says:

    Still no apology.

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