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Video: Ludacris x The Roots – How Low (Live on Jimmy Fallon)

*dead* at ?uest’s voice modulator.


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34 Responses to “Video: Ludacris x The Roots – How Low (Live on Jimmy Fallon)”

  1. 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.

  2. London Bloke Says:

    Mayne my new manager at the plantation is like a prison warden

    No headphones, BBM, txting, calls, private emails or Nahright…FML

  3. landlord Says:

    word… Jersey Made… dont get me wrong, i aint giving wacka a pass… im just saying it aint all the southern rappers’ fault… just saying his house nigger slave mentality always existed amongst black entertainers … amos & andy ass niggas …

  4. 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…

  5. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    I’ll be honest with you, if I got shot on some
    hood stuff I would prolly re-evaluate my life.

  6. 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.

  7. Remixznflow Says:

    looking back though.. over the “party music” in hiphop.. would anyone disagree that the quality of said music has declined?

  8. Dewill Says:

    Any street nigga can relate to “I fucked my money up, Now I cant re-up, ran into his spot just to get my stacks up…”

  9. 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….

  10. b-ease Says:

    would anyone disagree that the quality of said music has declined?

    ^^
    I would.

    Wacka Flocka Flame > Sir Mix A Lot

  11. b-ease Says:

    Soulja Boy > C&C Music Factory

  12. Remixznflow Says:

    Wacka Flocka Flame > Sir Mix A Lot

    ^
    Damn…

    im talkin about the message though… like if its party music.. make it party music.. thats dope music, gangsta music…

    “drug sellin music”….

  13. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Sugar Hill Gang doesnt resemble Wu Tang in any way,

    ^^

    @cOLD

    What would you characterize this ether as? Generational ether?

    @b-ease

    nice 40 cal round you let off at me,lol.

  14. b-ease Says:

    Generational ether?

    ^^
    ROFFLE

  15. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Dewill
    0 mins ago
    Any street nigga can relate to “I fucked my money up, Now I cant re-up, ran into his spot just to get my stacks up…”

    ^true, but…

    I notice that great rappers have lyrics that are powerful even on paper (not only on paper). I realized that last week when whoever kept posting Nas lyrics. It goes to indicate the the person actually has something to say. I’m mean, Big Poppa was a party song, and it’s a classic song. It’s not mutually exclusive.

  16. 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.

  17. Dewill Says:

    I don’t see how any of u dudes can hate on Southern music… It gets the ladies on the floor so u can get a lil play… Fact: Dancin is a great ice breaker… slip her a couple ruffies and ur in there like swimwear!!

  18. cOLD Says:

    @cOLD

    What would you characterize this ether as? Generational ether?

    @b-ease

    ^ roffle, that can work.

  19. Jersey*made*me Says:

    It’s a sad day when niggas think it took a stroke of genious to write”do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,do the stanky leeeeeeeg,black people do the stanky leeeeeeg,white people do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,smfh.

    What’s going on?(c)Marvin Gaye

  20. spirit equality 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. 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.

    ^ there is some version of “true form” otherwise you couldn’t tell a hip-hop record from a country record. every genre has boundaries and things that make the songs within said genre recognizably part of one type of music.

    the better phrasing would be, “best form”. hip-hop has generally been based on repetitive breaks, which involved into loops, and got a bit fancier with chops, complete with someone spitting rhyming couplets on top. the trick is coming with the freshest break or the cleverest rhyming couplet. that’s why the dudes at the top of the food chain on the emceeing side come up with all these rhyme patterns/flows and crazy punchlines.

    so even if wacka flocka said ‘i make party music’, his party music line for line can’t f**k with what kid-n-play were doing, so what he really makes is badly written music. and if you want to keep it ATL, luda can rap circles around waka flocka, so can TI, big boi, etc. what’s his excuse, his generation forgot how to write? then you got drake, who can also write circles around waka. i mean, come on…at some point, you just have to say “hey, i can’t write very well, but i needed a job”

  21. b-ease Says:

    Niggas act like Whoomp There It Is isnt one of the most popular hiphop songs of ALL TIME! Cats just blocked out the memory. The cream rises. In 10 years, we will have completely forgotten OJ the Juiceman existed, be hating on some other young cat making fluff, and acting Jay Electronica had the game in a complete smash during this time.

    Cats are predictable.

  22. Remixznflow Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    March 3rd, 2010 at 9:55 am

    It’s a sad day when niggas think it took a stroke of genious to write”do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,do the stanky leeeeeeeg,black people do the stanky leeeeeeg,white people do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,smfh.

    What’s going on?(c)Marvin Gaye

    ^
    LOL.. nigga i have no idea.. but i swear to GOD i coulda made a song like that…

    *makes a song called “dance nigga dance”

    *wins top itune download honors*

    *appears on BET*

    *cakes millions*

  23. RIGZ Says:

    Jersey*made*me Says:
    March 3rd, 2010 at 9:55 am

    It’s a sad day when niggas think it took a stroke of genious to write”do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,do the stanky leeeeeeeg,black people do the stanky leeeeeeg,white people do the stanky leeeeeeeeg,smfh.

    ^^^

    I mean, its a song for a dance…Its not meant to be I Gave You Power Pt.2

    There’s different lanes in this shit

    Dancing is arguably more hiphop than rapping is anyway…

  24. b-ease Says:

    @ Jerz

    If I gave you a pen and a pad, just based on your writing on Nah, I bet you could pen a dope 16, with ill metaphors, and some jewels.

    You could NOT write a hit song. On my mama.

  25. Jersey*made*me Says:

    @RIGZ

    My point was more to Joe and b-ease saying those songs aren’t easy to make.That idea floors me.

  26. Dewill Says:

    Yall niggas stupid if u dont think I would make a bullshit song and do a milli in ringtones… Yall North niggas could hate all yall want… South niggas dont give a fuck… I do a bullshit song and retire…lol.. Have a platinum ringtone plaque on my wall tellin my grandkids about that shit..

  27. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Niggas act like Whoomp There It Is isnt one of the most popular hiphop songs of ALL TIME! Cats just blocked out the memory. The cream rises. In 10 years, we will have completely forgotten OJ the Juiceman existed, be hating on some other young cat making fluff, and acting Jay Electronica had the game in a complete smash during this time.

    ^^
    tag team used to say that they didn’t consider themselves rappers, but entertainers.

    Let WFF get two more hits and he’ll start
    claiming the crown. AND, even whoomp there it is was more lyrical than a lot of stuff today.

  28. Remixznflow Says:

    dance nigga dance dance nigga dance…

    i walk up in the cluuuubbb

    gulls show me luuuuuv

    niggas throw me pouuuuunnnddds

    bitches give me huggggs….

    shot of partron… nigga gon’ bone a pretty little bitch… she gon’ give me dooooooooommmmeee

  29. RIGZ Says:

    @ Jerz

    I see it

    But if it wasnt hard to make hit records, EVERYONE would be making hits

    As backwards as it seems, its harder to come up with an infectious melody than it is to come up with ill bars

  30. Jersey*made*me Says:

    @ Jerz

    If I gave you a pen and a pad, just based on your writing on Nah, I bet you could pen a dope 16, with ill metaphors, and some jewels.

    You could NOT write a hit song. On my mama.
    ^^

    Here it is.One take.

    (hook)

    On my mama/ that bitch that gave me life
    On my mama/ at first she aint like my wife
    On my mama/i’ll kill every nigga in sight
    If a motherfucker aint got my scrilla tonight.

    (add verses)

    (add Wayne or Gucci ,etc feature)

    (add dope beat)

    I got a down south hit!!

  31. spirit equality Says:

    On my mama/ that bitch that gave me life

    ^ you need to get out more. calling yo mama a “b*tch” won’t fly in the south. that ain’t no hit single, you’ll be bricking with that one. LOL.

  32. Don_Garcia Says:

    …funniest part is how serious/apathetic Questo stays why chipmunking his way through that performance.

  33. STandOut FT Says:

    This is dope.

  34. STandOut FT Says:

    Ill vision though.

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