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Rick Ross – Fontainebleau (prod. The Olympicks)

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Dedicated to the hotel in Miami Beach. This might feature Diddy at some point because he mentions Diddy at the beginning of the song. He also takes name-drops a certain vodka company.

Rick Ross – Fontainebleau (prod. The Olympicks) | Mediafire

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Previously: 3 New Rick Ross Songs


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119 Responses to “Rick Ross – Fontainebleau (prod. The Olympicks)”

  1. Safe Says:

    RAWSE!

  2. Els Says:

    Everything the realest Bawse thus far has been puttin out lately has been fire

  3. Yeah Right Says:

    What, is this nigga selling ad space in his songs now? Is he naming his album “Teflon Don sponsored by Martha Stewart Living”?

    Is he going to have a track called “Triple Ds (Featuring Guy Fieri)”?

  4. e.d.g.e. Says:

    Ashy Larry??? Is that you?

  5. DOM IZZO Says:

    fat ass nigga hands look like he just got finished making homemade bread

  6. Digital Scales Says:

    Shout to the makers of coco butter

  7. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # DOM IZZO Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 6:55 pm

    fat ass nigga hands look like he just got finished making homemade bread
    ——————————————————

    ROFL

    BTW the song is pretty good.

  8. Yeah Right Says:

    Ashy Larry??? Is that you?

    ^

    That’s not ash, that’s powedered sugar. Probably tried to pass it off as Coke. Boss.

  9. DOM IZZO Says:

    LMAO at there being a line in the song about him being ashy

  10. Ant Says:

    DOM IZZO
    6 mins ago
    fat ass nigga hands look like he just got finished making homemade bread

    ^^^
    *dead*

  11. NovemberEnd Says:

    BAWSE!

  12. JDUB Says:

    Just terrible.

    Why do I even expose myself to shit like this by reading this blog *since ’05

    What has happened to rap

  13. ThatMan Says:

    A song about Chuck E. Cheese > A song about the Fontainbleau

  14. JDUB Says:

    Why

  15. Mr.Londoner Says:

    paws

  16. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Fat men shouldn’t wear cardigans

  17. JDUB Says:

    Absolutely pitiful. I’m a substitute teacher and you couldn’t pay me to live one day inside Rick Ross’s skin. He can have all the money he wants, look at dude, he looks like the fucking cheshire cat. who gives a fuck about him other than people who are paid to.

    if you listen to this dude without irony you lost.

  18. Shooter Says:

    JDUB Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 7:06 pm
    Just terrible.

    Why do I even expose myself to shit like this by reading this blog *since ‘05

    What has happened to rap
    ^^^

    STFU

  19. ThatMan Says:

    yall are laughing, but i think the purple striped v-neck sweater look is going to blow up.

    Trendsetter haters. I’m getting mine in mahogany stripes.

  20. JDUB Says:

    Shooter defend Ross

  21. Shooter Says:

    Kentucky will probably blow this thing out (n)

  22. JDUB Says:

    shooter youre hard like ross huh

  23. Shooter Says:

    Shooter defend Ross
    ^^^

    dont need to

    but FOH with that “what has happened to rap?” sentiment, if you dont like his music ignore it and stop whining

  24. Skinny Says:

    What has happened to rap

    ___

    Niggas started gettin a lil bit of cheese from the Jews and will now do whatever song and dance they have to to get it [||]

    smh…

  25. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    watching this W. VA vs Kentucky game makes me wonder how can u be self-check at the D-1 level wit a major program

  26. Troyvul Says:

    John Wall is the truth.

    If WV can make it through the first half they may have a chance to grind this out

  27. Macson Escobar Says:

    the boss is fat but he sharp as hell
    rick ross tha bawse
    rawse !!!

  28. JDUB Says:

    You’re probably not old enough to get me, im 34, and i cant but help comment when i see preposterous cross marketing of a hotel and vodka in something that used to be real. its just a shame is all im saying, and this dude is a fuckin clown. you have to shoot the messenger, its the only way to make change.

  29. Macson Escobar Says:

    this song will be fire
    i can see a video
    around da hotel

    miami shit

    last train to paris
    take ya ticket
    already

    puffy shit

    boss!

  30. JDUB Says:

    When everybody can rap an age of universal deafness and ignorance will have arrived.

    *Already there*

    signs contract

  31. Charles Oakley Says:

    this song will be fire
    i can see a video
    around da hotel

    miami shit

    last train to paris
    take ya ticket
    already

    puffy shit

    boss!
    ^^
    lol

  32. Macson Escobar Says:

    ayo

    put the ross’ verse on deck right here

    thx @ someone already

    &

    i see u @charles Oakley

    lol

  33. Joe 88 Says:

    *Still doesn’t understand everyones hate towards mainstream artist & music*

    Most of the hip hop purist atleast had a leg to stand on when complaining about the state of hip hop prolly 5-7 yrs ago, but now there should be no complaints, if you have access to this website or satelite radio, no one should be complaining. If you don’t like coke lord raps, ricky bobby swag surfin dances, or jews rapping, guess what, you don’t have to listen to that anymore, they have a radio station and a website JUST FOR YOU.

    I honestly think rap is in a better position then it was 6 years ago, more and more underground artist now have a outlet to be heard on with these blogs. Why complain about some payola radio station playing your favorite wiz khalifa song when you can purchase his whole album on itunes? Or tune in to satelite radio and listen to all of the boom bap you like.

    Most adult rap fans “claim” they don’t watch 106 or listen to radio anyway, so why do they care if someone like soulja boy is in constant rotation? (n) Us as fans have more options than ever before, but instead of using them, they rather complain, smh.

  34. JDUB Says:

    its called parody joe. just like in the nba or nfl. gahbage. too many semi literate rappers that sell a few records, the good ones cant come up

  35. Macson Escobar Says:

    it was crazy wit his Hustlin’ hit song, along wit Push It
    Rick Ross put entertainment at his best since that Trilla album
    i cant wait to hear dat Teflon Don Lp ; i smell his best album dis year !

  36. 911 Says:

    Joe 88
    4 mins ago

    ^> cosizzle

  37. Shooter Says:

    You’re probably not old enough to get me, im 34, and i cant but help comment when i see preposterous cross marketing of a hotel and vodka in something that used to be real. its just a shame is all im saying, and this dude is a fuckin clown. you have to shoot the messenger, its the only way to make change.
    ^^

    Its not like they’re original complaints, people have been feeling that way since the 90’s, pretty sure the whole cross marketing, business in hip hop shit has been going on for a good decade plus now if you weren’t aware, respected rappers (Jay Z) included, at a certain point you should just accept it and move on

  38. Shooter Says:

    Most of the hip hop purist atleast had a leg to stand on when complaining about the state of hip hop prolly 5-7 yrs ago, but now there should be no complaints, if you have access to this website or satelite radio, no one should be complaining. If you don’t like coke lord raps, ricky bobby swag surfin dances, or jews rapping, guess what, you don’t have to listen to that anymore, they have a radio station and a website JUST FOR YOU.
    ^^^

    Exactly.

  39. cOLD Says:

    Yo need that Supreme Clientele, anyone got it…. grippedup@gmail . com

    catch me in the corner not speaking

    ^stop playing Ghost.

  40. hl Says:

    LF: Ron Isley murdered Project Window.

  41. hl Says:

    Its a whole bunch of albums coming out in the next few months I’m actually looking forward too. This summer should be good for music.

  42. Macson Escobar Says:

    cosign @ hl

    crazy records

    classic song !!!

  43. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Rawse! That guy keeps getting better over time. DTR was one of my favorite albums from last year. In fact, the fact that it’s all creative narrative rather than historical recollection actually makes me like it that much more. Watch the Teflon Don be a classic. Good A** Job will be a classic also.

  44. Macson Escobar Says:

    tha killa wit da face of a ghost
    sharebee.com/c8c8e056
    but u only a customer

  45. Skinny Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    *Still doesn’t understand everyones hate towards mainstream artist & music*

    ____

    To me, it depends on if you view music as entertainment or as an artform. For me, it’s the latter.

    When music is actually only one of the FEW things in this world that means something to you (along wit family, pussy, and drugs lol) than it hurts seein it treated with such callousness. So instead of the kids (who’re the ones that watch TV and listen to the radio) bein influneced by actual ARTISTS, they’re thinkin it’s cool to be a corporate Jew puppet feel me (n) and that will in turn keep this fucked up cycle goin.

    I’m only 21 myself but damn near all of my peers are ass when it comes to judging music…

    Shits disgusting…

  46. Macson Escobar Says:

    Distant Relatives
    is already a classic tho
    only two/three songs leaked

  47. Joe 88 Says:

    JDUB Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 7:55 pm
    its called parody joe. just like in the nba or nfl. gahbage. too many semi literate rappers that sell a few records, the good ones cant come up

    ^You anger is understandable, but there’s millions of outlets for music now, not just B.E.T & MTV, you don’t have to put up with the foolishness anymore. Trust me, it’s a whole gang of rappers that I hate, but guess what, you won’t see me wasting my energy on any of them (n)

    One of my favorite rappers dropped a album last year (cormega) with little to no buzz at all, do you think I was upset because he’s not getting the exposure as someone like lil wayne? Of course not, i’m just happy he dropped a album period. As long as your favorite artist are dropping music, there’s no reason to complain imo.

    Raekwon dropped a semi classic album last year, ghost too, while guys like rick ross and others was doing #, trust me, with the internet being one of the main forces behind rap now, there’s room for everyone (n)

  48. Macson Escobar Says:

    raekwon dropped a classic full album last year, ghost a semi too

  49. Joe 88 Says:

    @Skinny

    that vicious cycle you speak of took place before you and I was born, it’s nothing new, when rakim was the king, hammer was the biggest rap artist in the country. When the dust settles, the diamonds in the rough with still shine, while the cubic zirconias of rap will cloud.

    While a group like young money is in constant rotation on radio, TV, etc, rae moved alot of units with 1/8 of the buzz, I think you guess arent giving hip hop fans enough credit, it’s more than just 7 of ya’ll out there, lol.

  50. hl Says:

    that vicious cycle you speak of took place before you and I was born, it’s nothing new, when rakim was the king, hammer was the biggest rap artist in the country. When the dust settles, the diamonds in the rough with still shine, while the cubic zirconias of rap will cloud.

    ^gem

  51. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Joe 88 makes a good point. I didn’t even know Cormega dropped last year.

  52. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    LF: Kentucky might lose
    LF: I just picked up some old Rotary Connection and I’m geeked

  53. NovemberEnd Says:

    that vicious cycle you speak of took place before you and I was born, it’s nothing new, when rakim was the king, hammer was the biggest rap artist in the country. When the dust settles, the diamonds in the rough with still shine, while the cubic zirconias of rap will cloud.
    ^^^^^^^
    this

  54. hl Says:

    Joe 88 makes a good point. I didn’t even know Cormega dropped last year.

    It was technically pretty good, something was off though. I liked the topics and direction. I think the production was a little underwhelming considering the line up though. Especially compared to his previous albums. What did you think about the beats Joe?

  55. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Joe 88 is making some absolutely GREAT posts.

    Man, I feel exactly the same way. I can’t believe I don’t recognize any of your posts before this.

  56. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Another thing: MORE people listen to guys like Nas now than when Illmatic came out. Illmatic was a commercial flop; Nas can go gold and sometimes platinum now. Saying people stopped listening to that kinda rap is a incorrect.

    It’s just proportionally a lot of fans go for more entertainment type stuff.

  57. horsechoker Says:

    The fuck is a semi classic album?

    Either it’s a classic or not. You can’t be semi pregnant. You can’t be sorta dead.

    It could be a very good album but not classic. Calm down with the superlatives.

  58. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    ^
    what Steele said. I am not a person who bought Reasonable Doubt or Illmatic during release week.

  59. No_neva-eva Says:

    Illmatic was a commercial flop

    ^^^^

    This not really true. Rap records in general weren’t going platinum often at all back then, but for a rap album Illmatic did real well.

  60. Troyvul Says:

    Kentucky fans better start praying to satan

  61. Skinny Says:

    Yea I see where you comin from bruh (||) @ Joe 88

    It’s just disheartenin when I’m tryna chill wit my boys or ride in the whip and they be like “throw this in nigga!” and hand me a Boss Hogg Outlawz CD or some shit and want me to take out a classic like AQUEMINI for str8 trash…

    I’m the only one I know who listens to most of the shit I do, smh…

  62. hl Says:

    Illmatic was a commercial flop

    ^^^^

    This not really true. Rap records in general weren’t going platinum often at all back then, but for a rap album Illmatic did real well.

    Right. It went gold. That was pretty good in 1994 and its even better in 2010. I think people were expecting it to sell more cause of what snoop and dre were doing. But lets not act like Illmatic was on the shelf and no one paid attention.

  63. hl Says:

    It’s just disheartenin when I’m tryna chill wit my boys or ride in the whip and they be like “throw this in nigga!” and hand me a Boss Hogg Outlawz CD or some shit

    LMAO

  64. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Man, I got that Cannibal Ox mad late, as well as Cormega’s albums and a gang other stuff. But you know, that’s served me well in a lot of ways. One thing I know, there’s a LOT of classic material I haven’t heard.

  65. hl Says:

    It could be a very good album but not classic. Calm down with the superlatives.

    OBFCL2 will be remembered as a classic. People are just generally reluctant to call something a classic within the first few years of the release.

  66. PHENOMENON Says:

    Lol, Grimace.

    R4WSE!!

  67. PW Says:

    OBFCL2 will be remembered as a classic. People are just generally reluctant to call something a classic within the first few years of the release.
    ^

    Because the word is thrown around way too much.

  68. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    I do agree with the dude who said something about entertainment vs artform to an extent. Like, this is us, and its our culture. And it hurts
    to see it bastardized like this, honestly. It’s
    one of two original art forms created in America (the other is jazz) and both have had heavy minority involvement. I just hate to see this
    thing of ours reduced to booty shaking and lifestyle product placement commercials. Not mad at people getting money, but at the same time, people are treating the music like it’s disposable.

  69. Shooter Says:

    One thing I know, there’s a LOT of classic material I haven’t heard.
    ^^^

    yeh, ive been using these off months between new shit to catch up

  70. Shooter Says:

    Kentucky fans better start praying to satan
    ^^

    word, I wasnt expecting this… (c) 2010 NCAA Tournament

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  72. Macson Escobar Says:

    shut the fuck up

    OB4CL2 is a classic

    now it cant be classic because it’s 2010 and the album was out last year

    but let we see this album in ten years… i still trust that rae did it perfectly

    it justify his sequel’s name

  73. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # hl Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 8:53 pm

    Illmatic was a commercial flop

    ^^^^

    This not really true. Rap records in general weren’t going platinum often at all back then, but for a rap album Illmatic did real well.

    Right. It went gold. That was pretty good in 1994 and its even better in 2010. I think people were expecting it to sell more cause of what snoop and dre were doing. But lets not act like Illmatic was on the shelf and no one paid attention.
    ————————————————

    No it didn’t fare too poorly, but compared to the hype surrounding the release it didn’t do well. Hence the flop.

    It sold less than 60k first week and it went gold two years later. That’s not really great by rap’s standards back then either. It was 94, not 84, rappers were going platinum.

    Rap canon isn’t as bad as rock canon, but it’s already distorting history as to which rappers were pic and which rappers weren’t.

  74. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    ^In any event, my point still stands about people longing for the good old days when guys like Nas ran the rap scene, even though he’s bigger now than in 94.

  75. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    And I’m out.

  76. horsechoker Says:

    # Macson Escobar Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 9:08 pm

    shut the fuck up

    OB4CL2 is a classic

    now it cant be classic because it’s 2010 and the album was out last year

    but let we see this album in ten years… i still trust that rae did it perfectly

    it justify his sequel’s name

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    I’m not debating whether or not it’s a classic. If it’s a classic stand by that shit though, stop waiting for pitchfork or whoever to tell you so in a couple years.

    Blu and Exile-Below the Heavens was a classic. Point blank period. Changed the game. I didn’t need 10 years to decide. I’m not qualifying it by calling it a quasi amazing, psuedo life changing lp.

    Trouble is hip hop heads confuse every album that isn’t a piece of shit with Reasonable Doubt or Illmatic. I think classics are harder to come by now because every cunt with Garageband and a couple grand can produce a studio quality album.

  77. Macson Escobar Says:

    Blu and Exile-Below the Heavens was a classic

    it is.

    Rae’s sequel too

    TO ME already SO

  78. PW Says:

    Below the Heavens was a classic…. Changed the game.
    ^
    Explain?

  79. Macson Escobar Says:

    Blu and Exile-Below the Heavens was a classic

    classic or not. its always about great music

    in fact there is not classic. it’s jus great

    ps:
    ILLMATIC is certified Platinium
    okay not platinium in one month..
    BUT the album is certified so it cant be a “flop”. even PERIOD

  80. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    fat ass nigga hands look like he just got finished making homemade bread
    ^
    lol

  81. hl Says:

    Below the Heavens was a classic…. Changed the game.

    —-

    Nope. What changed? We may have to change the definition of a classic, cause I’d argue that in 2010 any album that’s really good isn’t going to have the commercial presense to “change the game”.

  82. Macson Escobar Says:

    PW Says:

    March 27th, 2010 at 9:26 pm
    Below the Heavens was a classic…. Changed the game.
    ^
    Explain?

    ^i dont explain.. i jus say that he said that

    because it’s his type of ish as well

    and it changed the game (for underground artists)

    UNDERGROUND ARTISTS get DOE N SUCCESS since it or Evidence’s WeathermanLP

    ..i think it was his idea…

    PS: LET WE SEE a BLU solo album WIT DIFFERENT PRODUCERS on it
    i mean some jakeone, statik, dj badu etc etc etc
    not only his productions or exile on it.. then

    LUPE, BLU, J.COLE, NASHAWN

    LEADERS OF THE NEWEST TYPE OF EMCEES

  83. Macson Escobar Says:

    the next album who can change the game is THANK ME LATER now

    and in 1 or 2 years’

    DETOX !

    ps: CARTER 3 changed the game…

    …the game of LIL WAYNE

    on this rap game !

  84. Skinny Says:

    Macson Escobar Says:

    the next album who can change the game is THANK ME LATER

    ___

    Negative bruh…

    Try Good Ass Job. That will

  85. NovemberEnd Says:

    lol @ Below The Heavens “changed the game”…i’m a Blu stan but that statement is just plain absurd….

  86. horsechoker Says:

    # NovemberEnd Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    lol @ Below The Heavens “changed the game”…i’m a Blu stan but that statement is just plain absurd….

    ^^^^^^^^

    Then you ain’t a Blu stan holmes. I’m at a party and can’t argue this but seriously, that album transcends rap. Hopefully this is up in the morning to elaborate on.

  87. Shooter Says:

    Then you ain’t a Blu stan holmes. I’m at a party and can’t argue this but seriously, that album transcends rap. Hopefully this is up in the morning to elaborate on.
    ^^^

    how did it “change the game though”

    explain

    its a doope album, but it didnt have an effect on the rap game

  88. NovemberEnd Says:

    very few hiphop albums changed the game

    (It Takes A Nation Of Millions, Straight Outta Compton, Chronic, 36 Chambers, Cuban Linx) to name a few…..BTH was a incredible album that i’ll be listening to 10 years from now but it didn’t change the game…i’m sorry

  89. lil mane young Says:

    Then you ain’t a Blu stan holmes. I’m at a party and can’t argue this but seriously, that album transcends rap. Hopefully this is up in the morning to elaborate on.
    ^^^

    how did it “change the game though”

    explain

    its a doope album, but it didnt have an effect on the rap game

    ^ also a blu stan but no-sign

    jay electronica act 1 def did tho.

  90. Skinny Says:

    Question: If an album changes the game, does that automatically make it a classic…?

  91. lil mane young Says:

    Question: If an album changes the game, does that automatically make it a classic…?

    ^ simon buey

  92. ThatMan Says:

    I don’t think Below the Heavens changed the game or any other ridiculous hyperbole, but I rather listen to it over Jay Electronica’s Act 1.

    I’m biased though.

  93. NovemberEnd Says:

    # Skinny Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 10:22 pm

    Question: If an album changes the game, does that automatically make it a classic…?
    ^^^^^^^
    not necessarily….that 2 Live Crew album that got all that attention for all the vile language isn’t a music masterpiece by no means….but after all the legal strife they went through for freedom of speech made all the ignorant/misogynistic crap you hear today on rap songs possible….

  94. Skinny Says:

    @ Lil Mane Young

    Nah, that was a serious question…

    I have my own thoughts on it but was just tryin to see what others opinions are.

    @NovemberEnd

    Tru. That’s what I thought too. Like TI’s Trap Muzik. Def changed the game but wasn’t a classic to me. A great album tho

  95. boomerfb86 Says:

    yo what did the blue blood spell when it leaked outta badu?

  96. Skinny Says:

    ^Group Think

  97. Skinny Says:

    Fuck now I gotta go watch that AGAIN…

    From 3:45 on, I zone out and that phatty/sexy walk combo has me fightin an inner jihad NOT to run and get the tissue…

    WHERE IS THE UNEDITED VERSION!?

  98. lil mane young Says:

    not necessarily….that 2 Live Crew album that got all that attention for all the vile language isn’t a music masterpiece by no means….but after all the legal strife they went through for freedom of speech made all the ignorant/misogynistic crap you hear today on rap songs possible….

    ^this is an exception

  99. lil mane young Says:

    Good Ass Job will probably have dubstep beats

  100. BroliC FontS Says:

    Ol “back in my day” looking ass niggas

  101. PHENOMENON Says:

    Just unzipped “Jay Electronica: Victory” that’s been sitting in the external for who knows how long. . . [I know, late]

    Jay Electronica > _______________.

  102. PHENOMENON Says:

    not necessarily….that 2 Live Crew album that got all that attention for all the vile language isn’t a music masterpiece by no means….but after all the legal strife they went through for freedom of speech made all the ignorant/misogynistic crap you hear today on rap songs possible….

    ^ ^
    So who really won??

  103. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Window Seat video >>>>>>

    Jay Elec is one lucky son of a bish

  104. koa29 Says:

    Shooter Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 7:33 pm
    Shooter defend Ross
    ^^^

    dont need to

    but FOH with that “what has happened to rap?” sentiment, if you dont like his music ignore it and stop whining

    smh…says the dude that doesnt like anything

  105. justin oryan Says:

    bleow the heavans by blu aint change the game nigga ^^^^^^ to change the game you gotta have a body of work that moves a whole culture for example a college dropout etc. thats just my opinion . no hate

  106. justin oryan Says:

    for a album to be classic imo it needs to be to have impact in the mainstream and strong appeal to the uderground. but fuck it you cant please everybody!!! im from the era of college drop(i was in 8th grade when that hoe dropped) t.i trap muzik so what da fuck do i know. iwas on that diplomatic immunity . my hip hop knowledge is really strong in the 00s era

  107. lil mane young Says:

    Charles Hamilton >

  108. Bricktop Says:

    Shooter
    6 hrs, 16 mins ago
    JDUB Says:
    March 27th, 2010 at 7:06 pm
    Just terrible.

    Why do I even expose myself to shit like this by reading this blog *since ‘05

    What has happened to rap
    ^^^

    STFU
    ^^
    no, sir you shut the freak up. The man above speaks with profound knowledge and insight into the infinite wisdom of the hiphop universe. Long story short, the best modern rap is terrible by any standards except today’s.

  109. Bricktop Says:

    at a certain point you should just accept it and move on
    ^^
    again, Shooter FTL. Smh. This dude is without a doubt the supreme representative of every single fucking thing that is oh so blatantly wrong with rap music.

  110. JDUB Says:

    serious. any old heads will agree,

    when was the last time an album like Gangstarr moment of truth come out.

    i dare someone to tell me any kanye or lil wayne can fuck with that album.

    that album is ART, PHILOSOPHY it should be canonized and put in a time capsule.

    lil wayne, im sorry, its entertaining like doing whippets or smoking dust, but where’s the message

    word to Guru

  111. JDUB Says:

    Experience the best teacher

    @ Moment of truth: Possibly the most raw hardcore hip hop song ever penned

    But anyway its just another day,

    another fake jack I slay with my spectack rap display******* Heat

  112. Macson Escobar Says:

    ACT III will change the game

    because we will see a classic album

    wit a superproducer N a damn underground emcee

    this album can be gold, jus like illmatic, wit the same appeal and critic !

  113. Yeah Right Says:

    lil mane young Says:

    March 27th, 2010 at 10:58 pm
    Good Ass Job will probably have dubstep beats
    ^
    That would be tight as hell

  114. AFGunz Says:

    does this guy really have another mans name tatted on his fingers??? u aint no rick ross u fat fukin phony, bitch ass ho

  115. De_Here Says:

    Grimace of rap and DJ Khaled is the Hamburglar

  116. k-rob Says:

    lmao @office ricky callling anyone a munkey, this dude is the closest to an ape i have ever seen.

  117. Joyce(Red)Evil Says:

    Is the ashy hand an afterthought or just product placement after hearing the track?
    Either way shit is hella funny bruv

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