Little Brother – Curtain Call (prod. Khrysis) [CDQ]

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The first single and introduction from Little Brother’s last album Leftback and they touch on mad of shit on this one. Phonte finishes off the song by shouting out everyone who he feels is carrying the torch of what they started.

Little Brother – Curtain Call (prod. Khrysis) [CDQ] | Mediafire

Previously: Little Brother – LeftBack (Artwork + Track List)


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133 Responses to “Little Brother – Curtain Call (prod. Khrysis) [CDQ]”

  1. cOLD Says:

    @cOLD

    Where would we as a race be if the civil rights activists took that “worry about you and yours”attitude.That’s basically why we have no community any more and people don’t value life,IMHO.

    ^ yo Jersey for the most part you are right… but the process of trying to save the world, when everyone else is trying to rape it will leave you fucked and stuck. Maybe I should of reworded it does come off a little harsh to say worry about you and yours. Instead I say make your immediate family the priority, and if after that you have enough resources to help the community then do so.

  2. b-ease Says:

    Apostle`s Warning>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    That was the greatest bar P ever spat!!!

    ^^
    Word the fuck up.

  3. b-ease Says:

    there’s always been this element in all forms of black music, and its always sold well

    ^^
    I’m sayin.

  4. b-ease Says:

    b-ease Says:

    March 3rd, 2010 at 8:54 am
    I mean, is Wacka Flocka Flame any different than Sir Mix A Lot? Or Smilez and Southstar? Or Young MC? There’s always going to be artists that the “purists” feel are reaching to the lower common denominator. The thing is, time allows us to forget this, so when we look back at other eras in hiphop we only see the timeless shit that lasted, not the garbage it co-existed with.

  5. cOLD Says:

    i guess we gotta either love it or leave it alone …

    ^ word.

  6. Dewill Says:

    Quarter brick, Half a brick, Whole brick AYE… Joo Maine and Gucci Maine servin major weight!!

  7. cOLD Says:

    *listening to Apostle`s Warning*

  8. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    America has created only two art forms: jazz and hip hop. It’s a consequence of being a young country.

  9. landlord Says:

    in fact… its way harder to write a commercially viable party/club joint, than it is to write some super lyrical shit…

    cause when you writing the lyrical shit, you thinking and writing the shit you wanna say…

    but when you write a club joint, you gotta put yourself in other’s mindsets and try to overstand what it is the masses wanna hear… that shit is hella hard, when you could give a fuck less what the masses think …

  10. cOLD Says:

    prodigy said Nas made him step his bars up.

  11. landlord Says:

    all jokes aside… i WISH i could write a joint like “Beeper”…

    seriously …

  12. b-ease Says:

    in fact… its way harder to write a commercially viable party/club joint, than it is to write some super lyrical shit…

    ^^
    Me and Joe tried to explain this to nahggas last months, but cats were acting like they couldnt grasp the concept.

  13. Remixznflow Says:

    it doesnt seem odd to anyone that nas and prodigy were basically fighting to get into a lyrical beef with jay?

    that shit is odd.. its like nas waited to see what jay was about with prodigy to get at him…

    took all the spotlight off of prodigy… according to prodigy… i would like to hear an interview like this with nas…

  14. London Bloke Says:

    all jokes aside… i WISH i could write a joint like “Beeper”…

    ^

    you need more Cudi

  15. Tong Po Flo Says:

    working somewhere you can listen to music >>>>

    ^ Word to that, I’m currently bumpin’ that new new Sade

  16. b-ease Says:

    *listening to Apostle`s Warning*

    ^Like General Monk Monk/Orders to chop necks!!

    I never knew who he was talking about, but those bars sounded so brolic regardless.

  17. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Landlord
    0 mins ago
    in fact… its way harder to write a commercially viable party/club joint, than it is to write some super lyrical shit…

    ^
    i disagree. I could make a whole album of club joint bangers in a day and write lyrics for said beats in three. On the other hand, it’s serious work to write the super lyrical stuff, IMO. To do that, you have to have put in work before the pen even touches paper, nahmean?

  18. Jersey*made*me Says:

    we may be placing a little too much blame on bammas like wacka and lil jon and lil scrap and them… there’s always been this element in all forms of black music, and its always sold well … i guess we gotta either love it or leave it alone …

    ^^^

    THIS.

    ^^

    No,not THIS because what dude said had nothing to do with the coon element.He str8 up said that you don’t NEED lyrics in hip hop and that NOBODY wants to hear that dictionary rap.Then goes on to say that lyrical niggas ain’t eating,while niggas with nursery rhymes are doing like 4 shows a week,EATING!!

    He belittled the genre,fed the stereotypes of niggas being dumb,etc.None of that shit is cool or should be acceptable by niggas that paved the way.A dance craze here and there is cool,music was made for dancing,but to characterize hip hop in it’s true form as “dictionary” shit is bullshit,that’s why Wu originally called him on it before Meth bitched up and apologized.Guess them shows in the south mean more than having principles to Meth.

  19. Harlem World Says:

    M-O-B-B

  20. S.I.C.K-EL Says:

    Cmon Cold…lemme get the Apostle`s Warning.I aint heard that shit in years.I bought H.O.E FOUR times on CD and each time that particular song would ALWAYS get fucked up.

  21. RIGZ Says:

    He str8 up said that you don’t NEED lyrics in hip hop

    ^^

    You dont though

  22. Harlem World Says:

    Whats the name of that track with Nas on Hell On Earth? That Nas verse was epic.

    “Catch a body expert//Illuminati network”

    Damn….

  23. cOLD Says:

    in fact… its way harder to write a commercially viable party/club joint, than it is to write some super lyrical shit…

    ^^
    Me and Joe tried to explain this to nahggas last months, but cats were acting like they couldnt grasp the concept.

    ^ this is true, if you have any convictions holding you to a positive way of life. But if you are an unconscious mind without any awareness, this is 2nd nature childs play.

  24. RIGZ Says:

    Biz never had no rhymes

    Biz Markie aint hiphop??

    He didnt even write 75% of his album

  25. Remixznflow Says:

    Guess them shows in the south mean more than having principles to Meth.

    ^
    different stage, different progress, different time homie…

    and meth knows this… why would he dry up his paper over wocka?

    the principle in this game now is to make money.. i dont know why people act like its still about the craft when they sign to a label.. its about money the INSTANT you sign on the dotted line.. c’mon son…

  26. b-ease Says:

    but to characterize hip hop in it’s true form as “dictionary” shit

    ^^
    I don’t think he was criticizing it’s true form, because there’s no such thing as the “true form” and thats what cats have to understand. To you the true form is what you grew up on. Sugar Hill Gang doesnt resemble Wu Tang in any way, neither does LL and Ill Bill. What’s “real”? There’s no answer.

  27. Harlem World Says:

    Whats the name of that track with Nas on Hell On Earth? That Nas verse was epic.

    “Catch a body expert// illuminati network”

    Damn….

  28. Harlem World Says:

    Whats the name of that track with Nas on Hell On Earth? That Nas verse was epic.

    “Negotiating like illuminati network
    Catch a body experts”

    Damn….

  29. RIGZ Says:

    I don’t think he was criticizing it’s true form, because there’s no such thing as the “true form” and thats what cats have to understand.

    ^^^

    Exactly.

    People really need to realize this…

  30. cOLD Says:

    i would like to hear an interview like this with nas…

    ^ there is, Nas – The Rise And Fall


    S.I.C.K I listen to all my songs on youtube partna.

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