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Video: Tony Yayo – Obama

Song title + subject matter + screenshot = classic.

Directed by Curtis Jackson.


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77 Responses to “Video: Tony Yayo – Obama”

  1. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Yayo is slowly creeping up. I can respect Incrementsl improvement.

  2. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # Fresh Huxtable Says:
    March 24th, 2010 at 9:11 pm

    Hopefully he’s the only one who does that kinda thing, though. Wouldn’t want that to be trend.

    But who knows, maybe T.I. will try for that [if he didn’t already on Paper Trail].

    ^
    he’s what, 42? That’s what he should be doing. I’m not expecting Soulja Boy or Diggy to be on it. I just feel that dudes who are still talking about drugs and shooting people at 38 are either lying, stupid, or both. Like, you’ve been rapping this long and you still can only talk about slanging? Come on. Leave that to the young fellas
    —————————–

    True, true.

    I just hope it doesn’t take up too much of the mainstream rap scene [especially if guys like T.I. get on it-and he’s only 29]. It’s just that the first sign rock was dying was when old bands were more popular with kids than new ones, and despite their old man rock, you know?

  3. MK47 Says:

    Did anyone ever play that Curtis game Blood on the Sand? I saw it on sale for 20 bucks and I need something new to play. Is it half-decent?

  4. verses Says:

    The timing of this song, what with all the shit going down obama health care etc…oh shit…

    *waits for bill orielly and all those cunts at fox news to report on this, and establish a possible conenction with ‘gangsta rapper fiddy cent’ and the obama adminstration*

  5. Shooter Says:

    As much as Jay-Z’s fake illuminati satanist type style is wack to me, one thing I give him credit for is championing grown man rap.
    ^^^

    mid-life crisis raps FTL though, being 40 and trying to appear trendy is embarrassing

  6. G7 Says:

    beat is tuff

  7. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    MK47
    1 min ago
    Did anyone ever play that Curtis game Blood on the Sand? I saw it on sale for 20 bucks and I need something new to play. Is it half-decent?
    ^
    I didn’t play it, but ionno. Go to Gamestop and buy a used copy; seven day money back on used copies. It’s a good way to find out.

    That Wanted: Weapons of Fate was solid to me.

  8. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Jadakiss ft Lil Wayne- Death Wish>

  9. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    mid-life crisis raps FTL though, being 40 and trying to appear trendy is embarrassing
    ^
    agreed. I think the whole beach chair/40’s the new 30/ forever young is kinda ehh.

    Jay needs to take notes from Scarface on how to be a respected elder statesman in rap

  10. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # Shooter Says:
    March 24th, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    As much as Jay-Z’s fake illuminati satanist type style is wack to me, one thing I give him credit for is championing grown man rap.
    ^^^

    mid-life crisis raps FTL though, being 40 and trying to appear trendy is embarrassing
    ————————————–

    idk, as much as i hate to say it, he pulls off trendy. he’s not a natural like kanye [who actually sets trends in hip hop], or someone who is trendy now like wayne, but he does pretty well as far as keeping up.

    no one else has done it that old.

  11. MK47 Says:

    I didn’t play it, but ionno. Go to Gamestop and buy a used copy; seven day money back on used copies. It’s a good way to find out.

    That Wanted: Weapons of Fate was solid to me.

    ^^I heard Blood on the Sand was pretty good but I never cared when it came out. For 20 bucks it might be worth it though. I found this online when searching for info and it made me laugh: http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2009/3/13/

    I’ll have to check out Wanted.

  12. MK47 Says:

    I didn’t play it, but ionno. Go to Gamestop and buy a used copy; seven day money back on used copies. It’s a good way to find out.

    That Wanted: Weapons of Fate was solid to me.

    ^^I heard Blood on the Sand was pretty good but I never cared when it came out. For 20 bucks it might be worth it though. I found this online when searching for info and it made me laugh: penny-arcade.com/comic/2009/3/13/

    I’ll have to check out Wanted.

  13. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # Fresh Huxtable Says:
    March 24th, 2010 at 9:23 pm

    Jay needs to take notes from Scarface on how to be a respected elder statesman in rap
    ———————————————-

    he doesn’t care about that rap audience anymore. hell, a lot of those guys wouldn’t pay for his album anyway.

    Kingdom Come was snobby and was ass, and AG was desperate, but bp3 was pretty good as far as the overall direction goes. it was like a shitty version of the black album thematically, which isn’t too bad.

  14. verses Says:

    # Shooter Says:
    March 24th, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    mid-life crisis raps FTL though, being 40 and trying to appear trendy is embarrassing

    ^^^^^^^^^

    cosign on the mid-life crisis raps FTL though

    *daps shooter*

  15. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Scarface > Jay-Z

  16. Digga Says:

    Still trying to tell those that came before you how to do their thing, huh? Just cuz these dudes hit 40 don’t mean a thing. Their fans grew up with them. Are they just supposed to all of a sudden stop rapping? An older head can’t identify with Diggy. His kids will. Younger head can’t identify with KRS. But his pops or his uncles might. You can’t put music in a convenient little age-defined box. Not even Hip Hop.

  17. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Biggie > Scarface > Jay-Z

  18. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Biggie > Nas > Scarface > Jay-Z

  19. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    ^ as long as Biggie stays in the front those lists are fine by me :D

  20. horsechoker Says:

    Mythical Beans, Jay, FaceMOB Album>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  21. MK47 Says:

    Biggie > Nas > Scarface > Jay-Z

    ^Whoa Eng. Let’s not get crazy.

  22. Shooter Says:

    *daps verses*

  23. joffe jo Says:

    MK47 Says:

    March 24th, 2010 at 9:35 pm
    Biggie > Nas > Scarface > Jay-Z

    ^Whoa Eng. Let’s not get crazy.

    ^^^^^^

    nah nah england is right it takes a cat way across the ocean to speak the truth smh

  24. verses Says:

    Who da fuck is this? Pagin me at 5.46 in the mornin, now Im yawin, wipe the cold out my eye, see whose this pagin me and why?

  25. Sincere Says:

    ^^^^
    close

  26. Sincere Says:

    AZ>Jay-Z *straight face*

  27. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    And I’m out, take care guys.

  28. EnglandRepresent Says:

    *daps all*

    Hands up if you hate your job. Honestly my colleagues are a pack of wankers.

    Killa was right.

  29. Shooter Says:

    Kingdom Come was snobby and was ass, and AG was desperate, but bp3 was pretty good as far as the overall direction goes. it was like a shitty version of the black album thematically, which isn’t too bad.
    ^^^

    yeh, dude hasnt made a good album since 2003 imo

  30. MK47 Says:

    People don’t like AG? Damn, aggy critics are never satisfied. Whole album is full of great, soulful beats and good rapping.

  31. Shooter Says:

    People don’t like AG? Damn, aggy critics are never satisfied. Whole album is full of great, soulful beats and good rapping.
    ^^^

    its decent, he doesnt really say anything I could give a shit about though

  32. MK47 Says:

    its decent, he doesnt really say anything I could give a shit about though

    ^What do you give a shit about though?

  33. verses Says:

    # EnglandRepresent Says:
    March 24th, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    *daps all*

    Hands up if you hate your job. Honestly my colleagues are a pack of wankers.

    Killa was right.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    *salutes the big homie Eng*

    *Raises both hands*

  34. Murder 505 Says:

    Are you all fucking kidding me about this song? This was garbage rap. Wayne sounds like fuckn Jay elec compared to this dude. ‘fuck outta here

  35. Shooter Says:

    ^What do you give a shit about though?
    ^^

    The Black Album was dope

    honestly whens the last time you listened to AG since it came out?

  36. The Demon Says:

    idk what da rest of u niggas is talkin bout…but im talkin bout dis song….and dis is some of the weakest shit i eva heard. im actually kinda mad at myself for listenin to dis shit…*daps Murder 505* at sum point…niggas should jus hit da stop button

  37. MK47 Says:

    honestly whens the last time you listened to AG since it came out?

    ^^I dunno, a few months ago. When’s the last time you listened to Reasonable Doubt? Doesn’t mean it’s not good.

  38. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    Scarface is the prime example of growth musically without abandoning your fanbase

  39. Shooter Says:

    I dunno, a few months ago. When’s the last time you listened to Reasonable Doubt? Doesn’t mean it’s not good.
    ^^

    yeh, my point was that it didnt have much staying power, IMO

  40. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Pete Rock is GOAT.

    ^^

    Teach em’

  41. Charles Oakley Says:

    No Hook is crack

  42. Charles Oakley Says:

    Pete Rock is GOAT.
    ^^
    respect the architects

  43. G7 Says:

    >>bp3 was pretty good as far as the overall direction goes. it was like a shitty version of the black album thematically

    ^guess i’m not the only one that always thought this. a shitty black album is on point.

  44. b-ease Says:

    Sincere
    44 mins ago
    AZ>Jay-Z *straight face*

    ^^
    You don’t really believe that.

  45. Shooter Says:

    Its a shame Pete Rock and Nas never made more music…

  46. Charles Oakley Says:

    Soul Position – Hand-Me-Downs (prod. by Rjd2)
    mediafire.com/?mjlctzjmqbm

  47. Bricktop Says:

    idk, as much as i hate to say it, he pulls off trendy. he’s not a natural like kanye [who actually sets trends in hip hop], or someone who is trendy now like wayne, but he does pretty well as far as keeping up.
    ^
    why do you guys give Kanye so much credit for setting trends? Besides the relevance of homosexuality in hiphop, what other trend did Kanye set that the entire hiphop culture totally jumped on? I’m just wondering, cause this “Kanye the almighty trendsetter” concept gets thrown out there at least once a day.

  48. G7 Says:

    >>Pete Rock is GOAT

    ^i’ve been going through Pete’s catalogue heavy lately. just listened to Soul Survivor 2 recently. that album has aged real well. his music never sounds dated. one of top dawgs for’sho.

  49. RLW Says:

    AG has bangers for days, and lyrical themes too. You forget “Ignorant Shit” and “Success”, and also “Blue Magic”.

    Blame Reagan for making me to a monster
    Blame Oliver North and Iran contra
    I ran contraband that they sponsored
    Before this rhymin stuff we was in concert

  50. Charles Oakley Says:

    Soul Position – Candyland Pt. 1 (prod. by Rjd2)
    mediafire.com/?mygz522mnyy

    Soul Position – Candyland Pt. 2 (prod. by Rjd2)
    mediafire.com/?indzznnhomd

    Soul Position – Candyland Pt. 3 (prod. by Rjd2)
    mediafire.com/?iyytjzzjtee

  51. Shooter Says:

    speaking of Pete Rock and the Black Album, Pete Rock’s remix of the Black Album >

  52. verses Says:

    Pete Rock is GOAT.

    ^^

    *daps myself*

  53. G7 Says:

    usershare.net/psxv249nv5yf

    Nature ft Nas: Ultimate High; unreleased Pete Rock remix

  54. Charles Oakley Says:

    Stat Quo ft. Lloyd Banks – Get That Money
    mediafire.com/?yywwndozh0z

  55. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    It’s a shame that I actually feel a sense of accomplishment when I figure something out in a video game, like I really did something.

    And Kanye did kind of start the scarf thing. Most of the trends he sets are musical.

  56. FRN Says:

    yo nation is this real?

    http://femmesdallure.wordpress.com/2010/03/03/drakes-thank-me-later-official-tracklist-has-leaked/

  57. Charles Oakley Says:

    Sticky Fingaz ft. Eminem – What If I was White?
    mediafire.com/?uwjnc32kjyn

  58. Dewill Says:

    My bullets whistle like!!! Yayo!! Tell dem niggas to clip up!!

  59. FRN Says:

    don’t see Over on there so I assume not… but looks aight if so…

  60. wavy is a cliche Says:

    the hook on this shit go hard

    i got dat white, dat sammy sosa
    x pills, call em lady gaga
    dope bags is stamped obama

    WE GETTIN MONEY!!!

  61. wavy is a cliche Says:

    im fuckin wit this

  62. strongarm Says:

    I just saw Complex post “diggy’s greatest footwear moments” and I knew at this moment that the world at large is way too guilty of dickriding. What the fuck I wanna see a spoiled kid’s kicks game for? And why is he getting complimented for it, when the nigga has his shoes most likely picked out by fashion counselors? Fuck outta here.

  63. Charles Oakley Says:

    Memphis Bleek ft. Jay-Z & Beanie Sigel – Murda, Murda (prod. by Scott Storch)
    mediafire.com/?mzwm1by0wjh

  64. Charles Oakley Says:

    blacker than your blackest stallion

  65. mai'son Says:

    Who is Diggy?

  66. leonard Washington aka The Silky Johnson of nahright Says:

    love the hoes hate the flow-yucck!!

    ps. AG,BA, BP1 >the past 12 yrs of hov,s career

  67. koa29 Says:

    kanye’s “lucifer” beat on the black album>>>>>>

  68. B_nutti Says:

    OMFG the gurl in the tub is tha SHIAT yo. Who is that?

  69. San Says:

    y00000 I wanna smash that bitch in the tub. She bad as fuck.

  70. Kash Says:

    god damn the gyal in the bath tub is bad

  71. west one Says:

    Charles Oakley Says:
    March 24th, 2010 at 10:41 pm
    Soul Position – Candyland Pt. 1 (prod. by Rjd2)
    mediafire.com/?mygz522mnyy

    Soul Position – Candyland Pt. 2 (prod. by Rjd2)
    mediafire.com/?indzznnhomd

    Soul Position – Candyland Pt. 3 (prod. by Rjd2)
    mediafire.com/?iyytjzzjtee

    ^
    u my nigga

  72. The Broad Street Bastid Says:

    MARRRRRRVIN!!! I think Yayo on the regular is trash rap, but this song is hot.

  73. hi Says:

    If you think Obama pushed to get this health care bill passed because he cares about you guys, you’re unfortunately naive, and blinded by the color of his skin.

    Drug companies: They kicked in $80 billion to help make the bill work, but stand to make 10 times that amount in revenues from added government and government-subsidized business.

    You see, this is not a push for health care reform, this is a war on the insurance companies, and a means for the pharmaceutical companies, doctors, and hospitals to keep gouging their prices for the mediocre services they provide for us in the emergency rooms.

    WAKE UP GUYS, YOU’RE SMARTER THAN THIS! Obama was born and raised in Hawaii and went to private middle and high schools ranging from 25k to 45k tuition a semester. He ranks amongst the elites of this country. He does not give 2 shits about us.

  74. Binh Says:

    He sounds old and tired like John McCain. I bet they kept viagra in the drawer next to the bed during the shoot just in case Yayo wanted to go in.

  75. KB Toys Says:

    Dope beat wasted on a scrub nigga. SMH.

  76. Jesus Says:

    i’d slaughter that bitch in the bathtub.

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