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Big Pooh’s Take On Little Brother vs. 9th Wonder

Big Pooh released a statement today as they launched their new site:

“We decided to give that song to people for two reasons. First, the people have been asking for another 9th/Little Brother song since this is the last Little Brother album. We had intended for that song to be an iTunes bonus track but certain circumstances led us to leak it, which leads to the second reason: We got word late Friday from our distribution company that iTunes took the song down following a call from 9th or someone in his camp. I feel that if he didn’t want the song out then he could have easily contacted any one of us (Big Dho, Phonte, or myself) and explained his reasoning and the issue would have been dealt with accordingly. Instead we find out on some “oh yeah, I forgot to tell” type shit while trying to figure out other information. “Star” was recorded in 2005-2006 for use by 9th on his Wonder Years album that has yet to get a release date.

A lot of people have been asking and waiting for my response regarding the twitter outburst over the weekend. I posted a few statements via twitter myself, but, for the most part, I have chosen to remain silent. I have never believed in airing out business on the internet. I have tried to be as diplomatic as possible when answering questions about the situation in an effort to move on. Unfortunately, the same passion that people have had for Little Brother since we came on the scene in support of us is the same passion that fuels a lot of the extra back and forth between parties. You would have never witnessed what you did over the weekend if 9th actually spoke to us instead of speaking to you, the fans, via social network about the situation. Telling people, “You don’t know the REAL story,” and “It ain’t on me, they wanted me out the group,” and other comments of that nature does nothing but agitate the situation. It’s only so much you can take before you finally explode and ask, “Why not talk to me instead of talking to those who have nothing to do with our problems?”

Phonte and myself have always been made to look like the mean, jealous, bitter, former group members in the situation when that is far from the case. 9th has taken the “high road” because at the end of the day, there isn’t too much he can say if we really started throwing out the facts behind his departure from the group. We have issues that can and will only be worked out by us, if at all. Some of your outside input is appreciated but not necessary as we sort through this situation. At the end of the day it doesn’t help, it only adds fuel, regrettably. As always, we appreciate you support and thank you for listening.”

Related: 9th Wonder Says He Was Unaware of Song on “LeftBack”

Previously: Little Brother Interview w/ eskay @ XXL from 2007


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112 Responses to “Big Pooh’s Take On Little Brother vs. 9th Wonder”

  1. b-ease Says:

    Damn shame…

  2. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    Little Brother has been one of my favorite groups for about 6 years. I went to see them live at Indiana University 2 years ago and actually got to meet them. Pooh was kind of an asshole, but Phonte was an incredibly cool and humble cat. They are one of the best duo’s ever IMO.

  3. b-ease Says:

    And since the smoke has settled, I think its clear that 9th needed them just as much (if not more) than they needed 9th.

    Get Back > whatever 9ths done the past 3 years.

  4. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    I can respect Pooh’s statement, and his overall silence on the matter.

  5. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    da fuck is 9ths problem?

  6. NovemberEnd Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    March 30th, 2010 at 5:28 pm

    da fuck is 9ths problem?
    ^^^^^^^
    word…

  7. G7 Says:

    One of the best tracks on Get Back was produced by 9th.

  8. Slumbilical Says:

    these cats is good at getting people’s attention

    record sales, not so much

  9. Slumbilical Says:

    @PHONTE: yo Ninf, yous a bitch made ass nicca

    @DRED-HEAD-BACKPACKR: RT @PHONTE: yo Ninf, yous a bitch made ass nicca

    @9TH WONDER: yo Phonte don’t make me tell ’em how you fucked that tranny at the Carelton College show – i got pics

    @VON PEA: PLEASE take this offline yall bums is embarassing yourself

    @9TH WONDER: yeah Von Pea tell ’em thanks my brosker

  10. SilkCityP Says:

    I’ve never understood the hype behind 9th wonder…. I’m not sayin he is a bad producer, b/c he isn’t… but on the real

    Khrysis >>> 9th
    Nicolay >>> 9th

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

    Why is it “What’s 9th’s problem?”

    It’s obvious Pooh & Tay are spinning the shit.

    They kicked dude out of the group. That says alot.

  12. Harlem World Says:

    Khrysis > 9th (sometimes)

    9th left to work with Destinys Child and Camel.

  13. nation Says:

    say word you guys are on topic, 13 comments in

  14. G7 Says:

    I remember a few years back Phonte was saying 9th wouldn’t change his production sound/style, so they parted with him. Sounds a lot of different from the stories we’re hearing now.

  15. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    SilkCityP Says:
    March 30th, 2010 at 5:34 pm
    I’ve never understood the hype behind 9th wonder…. I’m not sayin he is a bad producer, b/c he isn’t… but on the real

    Khrysis >>> 9th
    Nicolay >>> 9th

    ^^^

    This

  16. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    i agree with Amp. there were a lot of criticisms about 9th’s repetitive snaps and drums [which are now considered his signature… go figure] back when the group was really gaining steam, and they started phasing 9th out.

    i still remember when when they announced 9th was only gonna have 1 beat on GetBack… 9th was trying to plead that he was still part of the group but not long after we heard about the “amicable split”.

  17. b-ease Says:

    G7
    10 mins ago
    One of the best tracks on Get Back was produced by 9th.

    ^^
    The Wayne collab? I gotta respectfully disagree Sev.

  18. Harlem World Says:

    I wouldn’t have changed my style if I was 9th..thats asking too much.

  19. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    snares > snaps

    what was i on?

  20. Bricktop Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    March 30th, 2010 at 5:22 pm
    Kweli=one of the best lyricists of the past 10 years. easily.

    Too bad he’s one note.

    ^
    yep.

  21. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Phonte: I think he got comfortable. 9th is a good producer and at times, [he] can even be a great producer. But just from the person that I know and with all the musical knowledge that he has, if he would open himself up more and let go of his doubts, there’s no question in my mind that he could be a phenomenal producer. We love this music and we love what we’re doing, but if you’re capable of doing more then why not do it? If you know you can play all these instruments in the band and you can pick up stuff on piano by ear, then why not incorporate that into your music? I love sampling and chopping like the next man, but if you’re capable of doing so much more, why stay in that box?

    ^

    i can dig this. if the guy that lays the groundwork for the groups sound doesn’t want to further develop his craft for the betterment of the group, do you keep him around?

  22. Paul Cain Says:

    maybe this’ll help them sell a couple more copies. Conversation is more important than content today

  23. Yeah Right Says:

    Little Brother should stop messing around and get Nicolay to produce for them.

    “Leave It All Behind” >>>>> Anything 9th’s done with Murs

  24. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    The argument wasnt that he wasnt developing his sound. Its that he wasnt doing it for them. 9th did “Good Woman Down” for Mary J, “Threats” for Hov, and those Destiny’s Child records. They sound NOTHING like anything he’s done for LB. They felt like he was keeping them down.

  25. Slumbilical Says:

    *posts from a satyrical perspective*

    little brother will finally go gold now that 9th is out of the way

  26. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Little Brother should stop messing around and get Nicolay to produce for them.

    ^

    yea. but where would poohs flow fit in there?

  27. Harlem World Says:

    Dutch producers >>>

  28. Yeah Right Says:

    i can dig this. if the guy that lays the groundwork for the groups sound doesn’t want to further develop his craft for the betterment of the group, do you keep him around?

    ^

    No, which is why I like Nicolay’s production style better than 9th’s. Can you imagine if Kanye stayed doing the same style and didn’t switch his style up every other year? It would be boring. 9th is still living in the early 2000s and leaving it behind.

  29. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    The argument wasnt that he wasnt developing his sound. Its that he wasnt doing it for them.

    fresco sez:

    doesn’t want to further develop his craft for the betterment of the group

    >i’m gonna assume you missed that.

  30. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:
    March 30th, 2010 at 5:47 pm
    Little Brother should stop messing around and get Nicolay to produce for them.

    ^

    yea. but where would poohs flow fit in there?

    ^^

    Little Brother “Yo-Yo” (nicolay remix) Google dat shit. Pooh can spit on a Nicolay record.

  31. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    i can dig this. if the guy that lays the groundwork for the groups sound doesn’t want to further develop his craft for the betterment of the group, do you keep him around?

    ^^

    but who did they run to? Illmind? he’s not that far removed from 9th style if you ask me.

  32. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    >i’m gonna assume you missed that.

    ^^^

    Im a LB stan, i just kinda started typing then….

  33. Harlem World Says:

    I love their music but these niggas bitch too much in interviews. There was this one interview where Phonte was dissing Kanye on some bitch shit. Not to mention countless interviews of them bitching about 9th.

    Minstrel show = pooh x phonte bitching

    great album tho

  34. G7 Says:

    >>The Wayne collab? I gotta respectfully disagree Sev.

    ^cool. i thought it was one of the better. he changed up his sound on that which is what Phonte wanted. They wanted a more mainstream sound and 9th wouldn’t budge. I guess it doesn’t suit him.

  35. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    but who did they run to? Illmind? he’s not that far removed from 9th style if you ask me.

    ^

    word. most of them hall of justus producers sound like 9th.

  36. Slumbilical Says:

    Harlem World Says:

    March 30th, 2010 at 5:51 pm
    I love their music but these niggas bitch too much in interviews.

    ^

    truth.com/truth_hurts/these_niccas_will_never_do_numbers

  37. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    There was this one interview where Phonte was dissing Kanye on some bitch shit. Not to mention countless interviews of them bitching about 9th.

    ^^^

    Phonte was pissed cuz Kanye played him in an interview, actin like he didnt know his name when they actually did work together on a record. “I See Now”
    Consequence feat Kanye and Little Brother.

  38. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Minstrel show = pooh x phonte bitching

    ^

    word. its like they went hard against the machine w/that album w/o saying jew or kike and such.

  39. Bricktop Says:

    was listening to It Was Written this morning while getting ready for work, and i heard Nas mention something about “On that ’96 shit. . .” at this point it hit me (ultra tardy pass for life) for seemingly the first time: this album was HEAVY. i just started taking into account all the shit that went down the year prior AND all the shit that was about to go down the following year between all the big names in rap. . .and the shit was a little overwhelming. like, when that album dropped, that was not only Nas’s commercial peak career-wise, but also a pivotal moment in the powder keg that the rap game was becoming.

    “One life, one love, so there can only be ONE KING . ..”
    *finger snaps. Lauryn sings*
    ^Big diss

    stealing the All Eyez on Me beat for Street Dreams
    ^blatant Pac diss

    just the overall WEIGHT of that album, along with seemingly every other rap album in that 3 year time frame is astounding. especially given how things transpired. i’m just sayin. . . chills.

  40. Cedric Says:

    WOw!

    Little Brother!

    Too bad these guys can’t go back to 2005 when they were still RELEVANT!

  41. Slumbilical Says:

    Cedric Says:

    March 30th, 2010 at 5:54 pm
    WOw!

    Little Brother!

    Too bad these guys can’t go back to 2005 when they were still RELEVANT!

    ^

    honestly?

    *tears*

  42. G7 Says:

    >>I love their music but these niggas bitch too much in interviews. There was this one interview where Phonte was dissing Kanye on some bitch shit.

    ^co-sign. Especially Phonte. Pooh usually keeps quiet(no bowel movement). Phonte was bitching about Kanye cuz he didn’t shout them out by name on something….lol & smh. Phonte is a notch below Budden when it comes to bitching.

  43. Harlem World Says:

    #whenbiggavellgetsfree

  44. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Phonte is a notch below Budden when it comes to bitching.

    ^

    lol. damn

  45. Bricktop Says:

    *daps all while trying not to sound too emo or dickheadish*

  46. TheCo!!inB Says:

    The argument wasnt that he wasnt developing his sound. Its that he wasnt doing it for them. 9th did “Good Woman Down” for Mary J, “Threats” for Hov, and those Destiny’s Child records. They sound NOTHING like anything he’s done for LB. They felt like he was keeping them down.
    ^there it is. Little Brother was getting no spins and 9th was getting singles placed on major artists albums. only a matter of time before niggas start feeling a certain way.

  47. Harlem World Says:

    And financially, they still had to split show money 3 ways while 9th was there..jus saying..

  48. Slumbilical Says:

    xxlmag.com/online/?p=3326

    ^

    LB stay “lossing” (new word)

    from mistah fab to LB to everyone who’s never sold a record, it’s well-known that these b-list cats is mad testosteroni around broads

    these cats need to tone it down a notch

  49. Yeah Right Says:

    yea. but where would poohs flow fit in there?

    ^

    I’m sure they could make it work.

    In fact, if Little Brother was smart, they’d get a whole slew of all star producers from all spectrums that they know or have worked with.

    Jazzy Jeff
    Nicolay
    Jazzanova
    ‘Ye
    Justus
    maybe some ?uestlove

    they’d have a classic if they switched the style up and had an true eclectic album.

  50. JDS just looks at her, looks at her... Says:

    #whenbiggavellgetsfree

    globalwarmingwillhavedriedupthewave

  51. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    In fact, if Little Brother was smart, they’d get a whole slew of all star producers from all spectrums that they know or have worked with.

    Jazzy Jeff
    Nicolay
    Jazzanova
    ‘Ye
    Justus
    maybe some ?uestlove

    they’d have a classic if they switched the style up and had an true eclectic album.

    ^
    i can fuck with this.

  52. Bricktop Says:

    never caught the LB bug. gave it a shot a few years ago. felt it was a little too backpacky for where i was at in life at the time (24-7 trap frame of mind). idk *shrugs*

    but now i always feel like i missed out on something cause everybody here makes them seem like a big deal.

    but then i realize that it’s just the opinions of everybody here.

    pow.

  53. Harlem World Says:

    #waveordieniggas

  54. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    LB over Black Milk, Mr. Porter, and Nicolay would be an epic underground-ish LP. LB over Just Blaze, Will.i.am, and Kanye West would get them Gold. They just arent meant to be a group with hella mass appeal.

  55. Yeah Right Says:

    i can fuck with this.
    ^
    I didn’t have any clue about Phonte’s beef with Kanye though “I See Now” is headnod supreme. They better get off the rag and get that money.

  56. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    xxlmag.com/online/?p=3326

    ^

    the 1st comment>>>

    the innanets are unforgiving.

    *googles eternia titties*

  57. hl Says:

    I like 9th and LB…but 9th fell off a minute ago. Get back is LB’s best album.

    Krysis > 9th
    Von Pea > 9th
    Mr Porter > 9th
    etc

  58. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Little Brother was getting no spins and 9th was getting singles placed on major artists albums. only a matter of time before niggas start feeling a certain way.

    ^

    hmmm. perhaps.

  59. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    I liked Getback, but IMO, the listening and TMS are classics, but the Getback is not.

  60. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Shoutouts to Cindy Crawford and all the ladies that look better than they did when they was younger

  61. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    the listening and TMS are classics, but the Getback is not.

    ^

    yep.

  62. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    TMS is my favorite. Chitlin Circuit 1.5 was better than Getback IMO. Anybody check out the LeftBack Sampler? Shits hot yo!

  63. hl Says:

    I liked Getback, but IMO, the listening and TMS are classics, but the Getback is not.

    See, I dont know. I like to think of their first 2 albums as consistent, but alot of the production sounds the same though. Get Back was much more entertaining IMO.

  64. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Whoever said phonte is the king of bishing is
    right, tho. And it’s taking away from the music. Like, Im actually kind of surprised from listening to the music that he’s in the media every few months complaining about another rapper. And I love this dude’s music. No one would’ve even known if they had just kept quiet and kept moving.

    I’m hoping for an LB reunion, but egos and b! cha$$n€ss is probably going to prevent that.

  65. Yeah Right Says:

    Little Brother was getting no spins and 9th was getting singles placed on major artists albums. only a matter of time before niggas start feeling a certain way.

    ^

    hmmm. perhaps.

    ^

    Didn’t Phonte just win a Grammy for “Leave It All Behind”? Big Pooh’s the only one that seems to be just content riding the wave.

  66. hl Says:

    Whoever said phonte is the king of bishing is right, tho.

    Word. I’m an LB stan and I almost had to stop listening to them when Phonte wrote that mobb deep review. As much as I like Phonte as an MC, he hasn’t even come close to making the classics that Prodigy has.

  67. zsfa Says:

    the song “star” isnt even close to average, shits garbage. i know why 9th didnt want that shit out. lol

  68. hl Says:

    Didn’t Phonte just win a Grammy for “Leave It All Behind”? Big Pooh’s the only one that seems to be just content riding the wave.

    His first solo was really dope. The second I didn’t care for though.

  69. Leonard Washington aka the Silky Johnson of Nah Right=HATE! HATE! HATE! Says:

    I like 9th and LB…but 9th fell off a minute ago. Get back is LB’s best album.

    Krysis > 9th
    Von Pea > 9th
    Mr Porter > 9th
    etc

    ^^^
    you clowns and i use that term loosely must have forgot about the buckshot 9th wonder project, the bucktown 3 cut ,nad now that 9th and david banner project that will be 1 billion times better than “new” lb shit

  70. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Some of the greatest groups and albums of all time happen when a producer or DJ or other musical presence is there to give each album a feel that is both consistent and all it’s own.

    Examples:
    Kast with Organized Noise
    Guru with Preemo
    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Main Source with Large Pro
    Naughty with Kaygee

    quiet as kept, when people felt like they needed a Neptunes track, a Timbo track, a Justin track, a Ye track, a Storch track, and a Swizz track and they decided that they were all going to be released as singles, albums fell off a little bit, because everything was kind of sounding the same. LB had a unique sound, and I thought it graduated from album 1 to album 2. Maybe 9th could’ve done more. But maybe Phonte coulda realized, we got two great albums under our belt, maybe, just maybe, it’s not raps only.

  71. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Didn’t Phonte just win a Grammy for “Leave It All Behind”? Big Pooh’s the only one that seems to be just content riding the wave.

    ^

    did they win? i thought foreign exchange just got nominated for that.

  72. hl Says:

    Didn’t Phonte just win a Grammy for “Leave It All Behind”? Big Pooh’s the only one that seems to be just content riding the wave.

    ^

    did they win? i thought foreign exchange just got nominated for that.

    —-

    Pretty sure they didn’t win. But for a group like FE thats still a win.

  73. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    SMH at the fact that almost everybody on here loves LB but is in agreement that whatever happened, Tay needs to man up. And I know Tay be on the innanets, so I hope he takes it to heart. Even of 9th was the dirtiest meanest mofo on the planet, it doesn’t look that way because almost everything we ever hear about the situation comes out of Tays mouth. So chill, and I’ll be there to buy the album and support, just as I have your whole career. I even bought the instrumental CD for the first foreign exhange album.

  74. strongarm Says:

    *daps fresh huxtable*
    this cat got a good head on his shoulders

    *attempts to dap the other nah regulars*
    *gets true mag face*
    *backs away slowly*

  75. Lelan Says:

    I dont know who these people r and dont care

  76. Lelan Says:

    Nate post diggy spittin on 106

  77. Crackavelli Tha Don Says:

    LB will go down as one of the greats. But all of the musical greats had some sort of issues at some point. Some of which led to the downfall of the artists. I just wish things could work out different with them. This is one rap group that has been allowed to be “emotional” over the years. We criticize them for it, but the shit is mad relative to our own issues at times. Thats what makes them great! Those are some regular ass dudes doin what they love. No made up testosterone driven BS…they’re a blue collar, every man rap group.

  78. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Pretty sure they didn’t win. But for a group like FE thats still a win.

    ^

    yea it is.

  79. Leonard Washington aka the Silky Johnson of Nah Right=HATE! HATE! HATE! Says:

    Nate post diggy spittin on 106
    ^^^^
    I wish diggy was my son, son!

  80. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    We criticize them for it, but the shit is mad relative to our own issues at times. Thats what makes them great! Those are some regular ass dudes doin what they love. No made up testosterone driven BS…they’re a blue collar, every man rap group.

    ^

    gemstars

  81. Lelan Says:

    Rhymefest had a whole album called blue collar

    plain isnt a image

  82. Leonard Washington aka the Silky Johnson of Nah Right=HATE! HATE! HATE! Says:

    I got a question though, why doesnt Dom kennedy get love on this site? I mean the new mixtape is like a hoe on figuroa’s pussy… ON FIRE!!!

  83. hl Says:

    lol at Quan bitching about Nas. Does Nas even know that nigga like that?

  84. KzA Says:

    She told me that her other man broke
    Walkin on the clouds of my second hand smoke

  85. Yeah Right Says:

    I got a question though, why doesnt Dom kennedy get love on this site? I mean the new mixtape is like a hoe on figuroa’s pussy… ON FIRE!!!
    ^
    I don’t know man, I was talking about dude like crazy when that tape dropped and heads went Helen Keller on me.

    There’s like 2 radio ready singles on there.

  86. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    Daps to the squad

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

    I got a question though, why doesnt Dom kennedy get love on this site? I mean the new mixtape is like a hoe on figuroa’s pussy… ON FIRE!!!
    ==============================
    That new Dom, the Jay Rock mixtape and the new Erykah are all I’m listening to right now.

    And the Little Brother comp I made a while back just got thrown back into rotation.

  88. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    *daps strongarm*

  89. D. Billz Says:

    I remember Tay talkin’ reckless about 808’s (though everyone has their right to an opinon because I shitted on 808’s before I heard it too). Word from my manz Shawn Lee (@duepayer) when he was at a show few years ago, Tay was visibly salt about Ye performing on the same show as him and gettin’ more shine. PLUS, LB wasn’t included in the “movement” when Ye, dead prez, Slum Vill, and a few others graced that XXL cover.

    Either way, I really don’t give a shit because I’m not anticipating anymore LB albums. The Listening, Minstrel Show, and Chitlin Circuit 2.5 was enough for me.

  90. strongarm Says:

    That new Dom, the Jay Rock mixtape and the new Erykah are all I’m listening to right now.

    And the Little Brother comp I made a while back just got thrown back into rotation.
    *********************
    I remember when nahkis was hatin Dom kennedy cuz he was gettin donnis status posts. also, would nahggas fuck with wale if he hadn’t bitched about the comments?

  91. Leonard Washington aka the Silky Johnson of Nah Right=HATE! HATE! HATE! Says:

    I got a question though, why doesnt Dom kennedy get love on this site? I mean the new mixtape is like a hoe on figuroa’s pussy… ON FIRE!!!
    ^
    I don’t know man, I was talking about dude like crazy when that tape dropped and heads went Helen Keller on me.

    There’s like 2 radio ready singles on there.
    ^^^
    yeah, choose up is stupid! I played for some of the kids i work with and even they was like who’s this i need to get that song

  92. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    What about this We-Massacre album??? Is that shit tough???

  93. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Ye, dead prez, Slum Vill, and a few others graced that XXL cover.

    ^

    the one guest edited by dave chappelle? good point tho. why weren’t they on there? i don’t think slum was on that cover tho.

  94. hl Says:

    What about this We-Massacre album??? Is that shit tough???

    Yeah its dope. That and the new Badu.

  95. strongarm Says:

    @DC (District of Chase)

    Absolutely. But I’m a self-proclaimed Wu stan so my words should be taken (nhjic) with a grain of salt

  96. hl Says:

    Ye, dead prez, Slum Vill, and a few others graced that XXL cover.

    ^

    the one guest edited by dave chappelle? good point tho. why weren’t they on there? i don’t think slum was on that cover tho.

    I thought it was Common, dead prez, Ye, and someone else. Kweli?

  97. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    I have to listen to that Dom…link anybody? I guess I must have some respect for Amp’s musical opinion *daps*

    I’m off to the gym, re-up on my brolicness

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

    FutureStreet/DrugSounds >>>

    He shoulda made the XXL list instead of Donnis.

  99. PHENOMENON Says:

    . . .Did I mention that I’m almost done with rap??

    It’s been this way for a long time but now I’m making it official. From now on I’m strictly retro listening. [With the exception of a handful of artists and the alleged “Detox”]

    Where’s my Maroon 5 CD??

  100. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    Good looks on the reviews.

    @Strongarm, I’m a Wu-Stan myself, so I didn’t care one way or another what anyone said, I was getting the album anyway. Just wanted to know what the consensus was.

  101. D. Billz Says:

    Great strategy by Jae Mills:

    Talk shit about the new niggas while your boss is locked up… create some “beefs”… and keep YM afloat in the streets (which is not Drake’s or Minaj’s lane) until he comes home. Brilliant Jae, brilliant. I mean, we didn’t see this coming right?

  102. Leonard Washington aka the Silky Johnson of Nah Right=HATE! HATE! HATE! Says:

    wtf is it with white folks!? they tryinng to charge Erykah Badu with indecent exposure down in dallas ya’ll

  103. Skinny Says:

    I thought groups were supposed to blow [||], sell millions of records, and become cultrual icons before splittin up over dumb/petty shit a la Outkast.

    Guess these niggas didn’t get that memo…

  104. D. Billz Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    March 30th, 2010 at 6:49 pm

    Ye, dead prez, Slum Vill, and a few others graced that XXL cover.

    ^

    the one guest edited by dave chappelle? good point tho. why weren’t they on there? i don’t think slum was on that cover tho.

    ^Yeah, THAT cover. You right, Slum wasn’t on there but Ye gave ’em some shine with that “Selfish” song. I can’t remember who else was on there though.

  105. D. Billz Says:

    Where’s my Maroon 5 CD??

    ^ Songs About Jane = ARGUABLY one of the Top 20 releases of any genre in the last decade PERIOD.

  106. Leonard Washington aka the Silky Johnson of Nah Right=HATE! HATE! HATE! Says:

    FutureStreet/DrugSounds >>>

    He shoulda made the XXL list instead of Donnis.

    ^^^^
    indeed and instead of snoop’s love child

  107. strongarm Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    March 30th, 2010 at 6:56 pm

    Where’s my Maroon 5 CD??

    ^ Songs About Jane = ARGUABLY one of the Top 20 releases of any genre in the last decade PERIOD.
    ****************
    Datchu, Jane?

  108. Yeah Right Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    March 30th, 2010 at 6:56 pm
    Where’s my Maroon 5 CD??

    ^ Songs About Jane = ARGUABLY one of the Top 20 releases of any genre in the last decade PERIOD.

    ^

    Animal Collective >>>>

  109. THE TRUTH Says:

    Star is my shitttttt right now. They both killed it… Phonte especially.

    Like I said in an earlier post… 9th head blew up when he did the Jigga track… but Phonte seem like he could be a problem tpp … they need to fk with Nicolay, but cut the singing…

    Come to together for Hiphop yall. How yall not gone rep NC to the fullest???????/

  110. Eviction Notice Says:

    “on the marquee” best LB song not on one of their albums…shits tough, the hook is soulful, rhymes are on point, one of the better ones

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