Tony Moxberg ft. Styles P, Joell Ortiz & Red Cafe – The Cypher

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Off Tony Moxberg’s upcoming Big Mike-hosted mixtape, Halfway There.

Tony Moxberg feat. Styles P, Joell Ortiz & Red Cafe – The Cypher | Mediafire [via Splash]

Previously: Styles P feat. Joell Ortiz & Tre Williams – Street Life

Bonus: Pinero R&B feature.

S. Rob ft. Styles P – Take It There


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17 Responses to “Tony Moxberg ft. Styles P, Joell Ortiz & Red Cafe – The Cypher”

  1. landlord Says:

    why?

    ————-

    i aint even gonna stay here and defend my position… ill let yall go ahead and promote that self destructive, self degrading bamma music with no further interruptions from me …

  2. landlord Says:

    This shit was a game..no shots were fired, nobody was snuffed, it was just good publicity for their albums and the fans lost.

    ———-

    also true

  3. Black Says:

    Red Cafe- The Cypher

    ^^^

    Nah… I’m good.

  4. Joe 88 Says:

    Jeezy makes good songs, but that nigga just got nice too, and he’s not even nice, he has great mic presence (n) and a ear for beats, he went from a wack ass lyricist, to a wack lyricist over these past years.

    C’mon son, this nigga use to rhyme black with “black” FOH

  5. landlord Says:

    Tony Moxberg

    ———–

    off GP..

    GTFOH

  6. Dewill Says:

    All I know is that I love life…and so should all u..lol

  7. rex hussla Says:

    I still listen to Canibus’ first album…sheeeeit…Buckingham Palace, Get Retarded, Patriots with Free, 2nd Round Knockout, How We Roll, & Nigganometry were all dope. I know there’s a couple of other tracks I’m missing. That’s just off the top of the head [ll]

  8. Black Says:

    exotic fruits exported from deep within the amazon

    ^^^

    And….*dead*, yo that fat nigga quick to rhyme about some food aint he?

  9. Slumbilical Says:

    landlord Says:

    March 30th, 2010 at 3:38 pm
    when Jeezy and Ross lps get mentioned as classics, you KNOW the genre is dead …

    period …

    ^

    nah but it’s regional

    in chicago and in the south, juvenile 400 degreez is considered a 5 mics classic

    you have to understand that to cats that’s trappin, a song like “ha” with the crazy concepts and visuals from the video is gonna resonate more than some real heavy new york shit

    jeezy made some real hardcore trap music over classic beats, i respek it 100%, dude got classics

  10. Black Says:

    Jeezy makes good songs, but that nigga just got nice too, and he’s not even nice, he has great mic presence (n) and a ear for beats,

    ^^^

    Thats all i’m sayin, cant nobody tell me they thought Jeezy was “nice” when he first came out.

  11. Detroit P Says:

    C’mon son, this nigga use to rhyme black with “black” FOH
    ^^^
    idk how much Jeezy u listen to, but he still does stuff like that……Ross too for that matter…They both have their wack lines as does every rapper….but repetition does make certain lines more memorable…Im just sayin

  12. Slumbilical Says:

    rex hussla Says:

    March 30th, 2010 at 3:47 pm
    I still listen to Canibus’ first album…sheeeeit…Buckingham Palace, Get Retarded, Patriots with Free, 2nd Round Knockout, How We Roll, & Nigganometry were all dope. I know there’s a couple of other tracks I’m missing. That’s just off the top of the head [ll]

    ^

    *daps*

  13. G7 Says:

    Red Cafe- The Cypher

    ^^^

    Nah… I’m good.

    ==
    lol

  14. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Red Cafe or the people backing him have to be some of the biggest idiots the industry has ever seen. How you manage to have 4 or 5 songs get decent air time on the radio in the past 3-4 years and none of them ever come out on an actual album. Maybeeeeee 1 of them came out on that joint album he did with Envy. Maybe.

  15. Joe 88 Says:

    2nd round knockout was the shit, but niggas act like LL verse on 4321 wasn’t dope as fuck. And LL had the dopest line from that battle

    ask canibus, he aint understanding this
    cause 99% of his fans don’t exist

    13 years later and that line still holds weight, lol

  16. Slumbilical Says:

    They both have their wack lines as does every rapper….

    ^

    Angie Martinez: “When you said ‘if Jesus payin’ Lebron, Im payin’ DeWayne Wade’…what did you mean?”

    Conceited Camel Voice: “Nah but see in New York they know what I mean, I’m gonna leave that to them, you know what I mean, the fans, they know…”

    *asks a New Yorker what that line means*

    *bewilderment*

    thought so

  17. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Especially since I started making beats and rapping, i’ve come to understand that being a dope lyricist or nice on the boards is totally different than knowing how to make good songs. Canibus had great lyrical ability, but poor songs and a poor album. Beats by the Pound and Nannie Fresh both have delivered music
    to acts that, if it was just an instrumental album, would be an incredible beat tape. But somehow, Puffy, who can’t sing, made Last Night, and Jealous Guys and worked on Player Haters with other guys who couldn’t sing. Andre 3000 doesn’t have the best singing voice. Jeezy is not the most lyrical, but his albums go. 3-6 mafia has made incredible songs by saying the right things over the right beats. It takes somebody special to know how to make good songs.

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