Video: Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx – Pre-eXXecution # 12 & 13

Here are the final two installments in Ruste and Marco’s Pre-eXXecution freestyle series. The eXXecution is in stores and online tomorrow.

Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx Pre-eXXecution Freestyle #13 by  duckdown

Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx Pre-eXXecution Freestyle #12 by  duckdown

Also, I neglected to include download links for #s 10 and 11, so you can grab those here and here respectively.

Previously: Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx ft. Sean Price – Fuckin Wit A Gangster


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15 Responses to “Video: Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx – Pre-eXXecution # 12 & 13”

  1. dafirestarta Says:

    at least we know eskay can type

  2. the-xfacta Says:

    Who’s Eskay?

  3. Beezy Says:

    congrats to eskay for winning Doritos couch potato of the year award

  4. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    *waits*

  5. Harlem World Says:

    Freddie Gibbs weigh 80 pounds..say it aint so Eskay!

  6. KzA Says:

    How the fuck you going to praise Pill and shit on JCole? Dude must have left his ears in LA before going to Austin

    ^ you see what spirit equality wrote lol

    ^

    naw.. what?

  7. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    J. Cole ain’t ready.

    Getting dropped from Roc Nation will harden him.

    Pause.

  8. Tong Po Flo Says:

    @KzA

    If you can’t understand J. Cole’s metaphors, you really need to listen a bit more closely (or give up on writing about rap). None of his metaphors are “ungainly and nebulous” as you describe, most of them are straightforward. His song “Lights Please” is as well written as anything in Freddie Gibbs’ catalog, who you unrelentingly champion. Judging by your lukewarm superlative-free description of the music of J. Cole and Fashawn (who write about everyday experiences that can apply to people worldwide) and your longtime enthusiastic championing of Freddie Gibbs (whose criminal tales represent an aberration in the black experience, signifying for the tiny minority of violent criminals in a handful of American urban centers), I wonder what your idea of the reality of black life could be in order to describe the aberration (Gibbs) as “reality rap” and the description of ordinary black life (Cole) as being composed of “nebulous” metaphors. Patently ridiculous and subtly insidious. Using a sports metaphor to describe Gibbs’ ability as an emcee doesn’t help you navigate the racial minefield you unwittingly walked in, either.

    Posted by: spirit equality | March 21, 2010 at 07:37 AM

  9. dafirestarta Says:

    #

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:
    March 22nd, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    J. Cole ain’t ready.

    Getting dropped from Roc Nation will harden him.

    Pause.

    ^And actually get him a release date. So far Roc Nation is vaporware to me. (n)

  10. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    Did eskay get his skirt lifted or not?

  11. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Roc Nation = The Carter Faculty = S. Carter Records = a figment of niggas imaginations

  12. StandOut FT Says:

    StaAAnd Out!

  13. dafirestarta Says:

    # StandOut FT Says:
    March 22nd, 2010 at 3:42 pm

    StaAAnd Out!

    ^U serious B?

  14. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    If you told me Yung Berg yoked Eskay up while Charles Hamilton went in his pockets, I’d believe you.

    So you know I’m buying every bit of this story lol.

  15. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    J Cole is dope. What he gotta do backflips at the live show 4 yall niggas 2 feel him? (II) Oh no yall would rather see Drake do his best Kanye/Jay-z impersonations and borderline homo hand movements. At least J Cole aint trippin over invisible shell toes and tearing his ACL live on stage. smh

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