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Video: Freeway – She Makes Me Feel Alright (Live on Jimmy Fallon)

Philly Freezer linked up with The Legendary Roots Crew last night.

Freeway and Jake One’s The Stimulus Package is in stores now.

Props to Yardie for the rip.

Previously: Freeway & Jakk Frost – Defense, Offense (Mixtape)


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26 Responses to “Video: Freeway – She Makes Me Feel Alright (Live on Jimmy Fallon)”

  1. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    TonyYayoIsGarbage.org

  2. cOLD Says:

    it’ll be tough giving this album a fair listen after two of the members trashed it. even if its dope, i’ll still be thinking it coulda been doper cuz of what they said. they kinda ruined the listening experience and i haven’t even heard it yet.

    ^ who trashed it ?

  3. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.10839/title.damian-marley-speaks-about-lil-waynes-distant-relatives-feature

  4. G7 Says:

    ^ Com was ill since the beginning to me tho

    ^ are you remembering Can I Borrow a Dollar?

    =====
    word! Can I Borrow a Dollar was absolutely terrible!! so yeah, Common improved by leaps and bounds on his second album. no doubt.

  5. spirit equality Says:

    he shoulda shouted out the roots for backing him so impeccably…

  6. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    my dream album

    Rae,Nas,Ghost, AZ, and Prodigy. Yes prodigy.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    CO-SIGN. It could get no iller. But the album would prob go triple copper somehow

  7. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    G7
    1 min ago
    ^ Com was ill since the beginning to me tho

    ^ are you remembering Can I Borrow a Dollar?

    =====
    word! Can I Borrow a Dollar was absolutely terrible!! so yeah, Common improved by leaps and bounds on his second album. no doubt.

    ^
    and that’s why comm made my list. Heads forget about CIBAD

  8. G7 Says:

    it’ll be tough giving this album a fair listen after two of the members trashed it. even if its dope, i’ll still be thinking it coulda been doper cuz of what they said. they kinda ruined the listening experience and i haven’t even heard it yet.

    ^ who trashed it ?

    ====
    Rae and Meth. not trashed necessarily, but bad mouthed it (ll)

  9. cOLD Says:

    a co-workers daugther was on rip the runway last night. Cant wait to see the youngin.

  10. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    it’ll be tough giving this album a fair listen after two of the members trashed it. even if its dope, i’ll still be thinking it coulda been doper cuz of what they said. they kinda ruined the listening experience and i haven’t even heard it yet.
    ^
    A lot of people are going to feel this way, me not included. Shit like that never really bothers me or has an affect on my listening experience. That’s just me though…

  11. cOLD Says:

    Rae and Meth. not trashed necessarily, but bad mouthed it (ll)

    ^ word, I know the shitted on 8 diagrams, but not this. smh, I thought this is something they had creative control over .

  12. b-ease Says:

    ^ who trashed it ?

    ^^
    Both Rae and Meth are already saying the album was “rushed” and that they “didn’t have a budget”. Also admitting that it’s not their best work. SMH…

  13. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I thought this is something they had creative control over .
    ^
    The article is over at DX, something about Def Jam rushing it and something about a budget (like that’s a plausible excuse now a days)

  14. spirit equality Says:

    word! Can I Borrow a Dollar was absolutely terrible!! so yeah, Common improved by leaps and bounds on his second album. no doubt.

    ^ it wasn’t “absolutely terrible”. it was a good album for the time it came out in. he stopped doing all the sound effects and such for resurrection, so that album aged better, but if you were listening to das efx and lordz of the underground back then, com’s album sounded fine when it dropped. ‘2 scoops of raisins’ is still one of rashid’s best emcee showings IMO. the soul by the pound rmx was the beginning of the shift in his flow and the improvement in his production (particularly the latter), laying the groundwork for the more revered resurrection

  15. KzA Says:

    The ex didnt show up to the dinner. I was able to breathe easy, enjoy some Rollatini while getting tipsy on crushed grapes, and finish my night with a L of trainwreck.

  16. spirit equality Says:

    Rae and Meth. not trashed necessarily, but bad mouthed it (ll)

    ^ but rae trashed 8 diagrams, which sounded way better than he described it. these dudes are their own worst critics.

  17. cOLD Says:

    The article is over at DX, something about Def Jam rushing it and something about a budget (like that’s a plausible excuse now a days)

    ^ true, what you need a budget for, when you got the internet, and rick codero.

  18. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    A lot of people are going to feel this way, me not included. Shit like that never really bothers me or has an affect on my listening experience. That’s just me though…
    ^
    that’s just it: most rappers talk about every album like it’s gonna be a classic, ” it’s a movie, we changing the game” etc, etc

    so for them to be lowering expectations
    already, it’s like whaaaa?

  19. G7 Says:

    >>^ it wasn’t “absolutely terrible”.

    ===
    okay, i was being harsh, but he’s really annoying to listen to on that with those high pitch squeak inflections in his voice mixed with the Das biting. it’s a bad album and his worst imo. only song i really dug on that was the soul by the pound rmx(video version).

  20. spirit equality Says:

    it’ll be tough giving this album a fair listen after two of the members trashed it.

    ^ not comparing wu to mj at all, but just as a point about listening to artists who criticize their own work…quincy jones didn’t want to include the intro on billy jean…him and mj fought forever on that…that’s one of the most recognizable/dopest intros ever…i don’t let what the artists thinks affect what *i* think about their music…artists are their own worst critics…and they sometimes make the wrong choices (nas’ lost tapes is exhibit a for why he should never be responsible for designing his own album tracklistings…LOL)

  21. spirit equality Says:

    okay, i was being harsh, but he’s really annoying to listen to on that with those high pitch squeak inflections in his voice mixed with the Das biting

    ^ everyone came along years after that album dropped to say com was biting das on that record. where? das efx wasn’t doing that “high pitched squealing” as you describe it. com’s voice and flow was totally different from das efx’s. he didn’t bite the sewer concept like a lot of rappers. i don’t get where people see the com/das similarity. pick two songs – one com song from ‘dollar’ and one das song from ‘dead serious’ – and tell me how they’re similar.

    keep in mind that dead serious dropped in april of 92 and dollar dropped in october of 92. do you seriously think in 5 months, com completely absorbed das efx’s style and replicated it on his debut album? LMAO. come on now. their styles developed independently and i don’t think they sound alike at all.

  22. Tong Po Flo Says:

    (nas’ lost tapes is exhibit a for why he should never be responsible for designing his own album tracklistings…LOL)

    ^ hey now what’s this about lost tapes??

  23. Polka Says:

    They only did one song ? aaaww.

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    Good looki’ Nat’….

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