Blu – BossCo.2

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  1. Joe 88 Says:

    Iz dat u diddy’s stepson?

  2. Beezy Says:

    Fabolous Discusses His Longevity

    ^ayooooooooooo

  3. nestle snipes Says:

    lol…

  4. strongarm Says:

    # Beezy Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 1:45 pm

    Fabolous Discusses His Longevity

    ^ayooooooooooo
    ^^
    lol i tried to tell em.

    All Black Everything Blu?
    Black&Blu?

  5. Joe 88 Says:

    J. Cole? Suburban silver spoon fed? Nah check his music out. The guy talks about being broke as shit

    ^Okay then, let’s just replace spoon fed with “nerd ass niccas” and bam, J. Cole. I fucks wit his music heavy tho, but I know he’s not a “street” person in any way, shape or form (n)

  6. Black Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    April 21st, 2010 at 1:43 pm
    >but if a suburb kids comes along and turns his story into good music i’d listen. I dont kno of any that can tho lol.

    J. Cole?
    Biggie?
    Kanye?

    ^^^^

    J. Cole raps about the hood and Kanye raps about problems that are universal (matrialism etc.). There is no artist that raps about “living” in the suburbs and whatever the hell goes along with that.

  7. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Shit, who wants to hear a nigga in the suburbs rap? Duns ain’t gonna bring anything worth talking about.

    ^

    de la soul are pioneers in that vein. smh if you’re from ny and think niggas from the burbs aren’t valid tho. matter fact smh if you’re apart of the culture and espouse to that thought.

  8. Tong Po Flo Says:

    A new Jay Elec track now this, this week is going quite well

  9. strongarm Says:

    # Tong Po Flo Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 1:47 pm

    my girl died a couple months ago. chill fam.

    ^ My fault homie didn’t know, sorry for your lost for real
    ^^^^
    nah she ain’t die physically. i just killed any thought of her existence
    she almost gave me a stroke, but not where she’s supposed to.

  10. Mook Says:

    Blu > J. Cole
    can y’all agree with me on this?

  11. Joe 88 Says:

    There is no artist that raps about “living” in the suburbs and whatever the hell goes along with that.

    ^But you (or whoever) didn’t say rapping about “living” in the burbs, said person said something like “turning there story into good music” you don’t have to rap about you’re enviorment to tell you’re story, yeah it’ll be included, but that doesn’t have to be everything you rap about either

  12. landlord Says:

    Blu > Jay Electronica

  13. why? Says:

    tinyurl.com/2as4mn7

    ^
    Oh shit…

  14. nestle snipes Says:

    Honestly Drake, Wale, Asher Cloth, Kid Cudi

    are better than these Urban Hood rappers…

    That’s why Shyne doesn’t fit in in 2010….

    Shyne should of been released in 2004. He could of probably went with Gangsta/Hood music tip and sold records.

    in 2010 Shyne is not relevant and he cannot assimilate into this new genre of rap hip hop

  15. NovemberEnd Says:

    Blu > J. Cole
    can y’all agree with me on this?
    ^^^^^^
    there is no argument for JCole > Blu….so yeah and it not even close

  16. Black Says:

    you don’t have to rap about you’re enviorment to tell you’re story,

    ^^^^

    If your telling your “story” honestly, then i feel like you do.

  17. landlord Says:

    nah she ain’t die physically. i just killed any thought of her existence

    ————-

    aww Homes, damn… you even had me feeling remorse at what Tong Po Flo had said… SMH … just for that, IM slapping her with the “longevity”…

  18. rex hussla Says:

    Blu > Fashawn > J. Cole

    Other than Lights Please…J. Cole hasn’t moved me [ll]

  19. nestle snipes Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=uWHH1Updhig

    jay sean > drake

  20. criDikal Says:

    # landlord Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    Blu > Jay Electronica

    ^^
    Nah Not-Right

  21. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    J. Cole raps about being college broke not living in the projects broke

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    If your telling your “story” honestly, then i feel like you do.

    ^What about someone like pac? Never really had a place to call his home, so he never was big on repping one place, he repped a whole coast, and he told his story almost on every track.

  23. strongarm Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    Shit, who wants to hear a nigga in the suburbs rap? Duns ain’t gonna bring anything worth talking about.

    ^

    de la soul are pioneers in that vein. smh if you’re from ny and think niggas from the burbs aren’t valid tho. matter fact smh if you’re apart of the culture and espouse to that thought.
    ^^
    Just because they didn’t have that hood/thug/gangsta/whateverthefuck mentality doesn’t mean they didn’t come from poverty/struggle. and whoever said BIG.
    Living in the hood and going to the white kids preferred place of academia does not mean you ain’t hood. it means you wanted to get your shit right (II).

    Blu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> J Cole.
    Are you fucking kidding?

  24. landlord Says:

    *currently listening to The Preface*

    … > …

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

    J. Cole > Fashawn

  26. Rome Says:

    # Rome Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 1:54 pm

    nestle snipes Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    Honestly Drake, Wale, Asher Cloth, Kid Cudi

    are better than these Urban Hood rappers…

    Thats what I’ve been saying. I dunno if people noticed, but glorifying gangsta shit in Rap is dead. People don’t wanna hear that shit any more. It’s 2010.

    Music has been more authentic then ever. Our society in general has. Everything from Blogs, to Video Blogs to Reality TV…everything is about telling your True story. No matter what it is..the internet allows people to reach such a wide audience than you’re story, regardless of what it is, will connect with people.

  27. hip hop cops Says:

    biggie’s hood background was heavily exaggerated

  28. landlord Says:

    Elzhi > Jay Electronica

  29. strongarm Says:

    # why? Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 1:52 pm

    tinyurl.com/2as4mn7

    ^
    Oh shit…
    ^^^
    *whistles at white women in mississippi in the 1800s*

  30. Joe 88 Says:

    >Living in the hood and going to the white kids preferred place of academia does not mean you ain’t hood. it means you wanted to get your shit right (II).

    ^Big didn’t live in the hood either, he visited, he was never poor, or lived in poverty. Ms Wallace confirmed that

  31. Rome Says:

    Somebody name Blu’s best songs…besides his version of Who’s World Is THis. I haven’t heard anything else

  32. nestle snipes Says:

    # why? Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 1:52 pm

    tinyurl.com/2as4mn7

    ^
    Oh shit…

    ^Wasnt that shit taped in BMCC

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

    biggie’s hood background was heavily exaggerated
    ==============================
    But Big was really on the block hustling. This has been co-signed numerous times.

    “glorifying gangsta shit in Rap is dead”

    Never. Soft niggas wish this was the case.

  34. rex hussla Says:

    Wiz and Fashawn are coming to a local venue…only $15…but it’s all ages. No alcohol. And no re-entry aka no green breaks. SMMFH. Shit like this should never go down.

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

    Somebody name Blu’s best songs
    ===========================
    Anything on Below The Heavens

  36. nestle snipes Says:

    its kind of good seeing rappers going to college/university

    and making a difference in their lives..

    shit imagine if nas and jay would of went to college…

  37. Black Says:

    ^What about someone like pac? Never really had a place to call his home, so he never was big on repping one place, he repped a whole coast, and he told his story almost on every track.

    ^^^^^

    Pac always talked about the hood tho. That was his enviroment.

  38. hip hop cops Says:

    >>Never. Soft niggas wish this was the case.

    this from easily the most delusional commenter in nah history

  39. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    the most powerful music is based on struggle wether it be wit love, money or drugs

    u don’t have to be from the “Hood” to go through a struggle but the percentage shows that if your surroundings are terrible you have more stuggle to speak on

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

    Take your mask off when you speak to me.

  41. why? Says:

    For now Blu because of Below the Heavens > J.E and Cole because they each don’t have albums out yet.

    With mixtapes though it’s J.E > Blu > Cole

  42. Tong Po Flo Says:

    *currently listening to The Preface*

    ^ Damn I keep meaning to cop this

    *stops procrastinating and goes to Amazon*

  43. strongarm Says:

    Thats what I’ve been saying. I dunno if people noticed, but glorifying gangsta shit in Rap is dead. People don’t wanna hear that shit any more. It’s 2010.

    Music has been more authentic then ever. Our society in general has. Everything from Blogs, to Video Blogs to Reality TV…everything is about telling your True story. No matter what it is..the internet allows people to reach such a wide audience than you’re story, regardless of what it is, will connect with people.
    ^^
    That’s just society being self-important. Now that everyone has an easily accessible venue to display their stupidity/wackness/glory/dopeness, every Tom Dick & Harry(II) can put out whatever shit they think is creative. If it’s dope, then who cares? But most of this shit is waaaaaack.
    Drake is a sissy and his melodies suck and his metaphors/similes are hackneyed (IMO), J Cole is just fuckin boring and has no signature or anything. He has nothing where you’ll hear it in a song and be like “J Cole would spit over some shit like that”. The hood cats, although not all of them, have something interesting to say and they say it in different way. These new cats all wanna be high fashion/semi sartorial ass niggas. they’re focusing way too much on giving off a “cool guy” image and not making any dope music. But now I gotta go to the gig so I’ll poly with you cats later.
    1

  44. landlord Says:

    Rome Says:

    April 21st, 2010 at 1:57 pm
    Somebody name Blu’s best songs…besides his version of Who’s World Is THis. I haven’t heard anything else

    ———-

    “TilWeDie” – GodleeBarnes
    “Blu CollarWorker” – Below The Heavens
    “Pop Them Boyz” – C.R.A.C. Knuckles
    “Narrow Path” – Below The Heavens
    “Simply Amazing” – Below The Heavens
    “Bad News Barnes” – Soul Amazing

  45. hip hop cops Says:

    amp this site is your entire life, you’re a very sad little man

  46. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Just because they didn’t have that hood/thug/gangsta/whateverthefuck mentality doesn’t mean they didn’t come from poverty/struggle.

    ^
    i read that pos did. but thas not the point. you said rappers from the burbs don’t have anything of value to say. these dudes are from middle-class suburb long island.

    they aint wack tho.

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

    Blu – No Greater Love = My fave Blu song

  48. Black Says:

    shit imagine if nas and jay would of went to college

    ^^^^

    Nas need to go to law school and learn divorce laws.

  49. Rome Says:

    I’m working on the album. Oh my god! I’m like getting more excited about the album everyday that goes by, every week that passes by. People around me and my team feel I have a classic on my hands. They always want to tell me like, “Yo you good, you don’t really need anything else.” Honestly, I don’t feel like. I feel that I can drop another song that was crazier than all the other shit that was on the album. So, the album keeps getting better and better mainly due to the fact I’m not satisfied because I know all the people that are coming out this year. This is an incredible year for music. There will be a bunch of big albums in 2010. I just have to put my best foot forward basically because if not, these dudes are going to try and crush me. Like, for example, I just keep thinking Kanye is coming with some shit. I already know he is gonna kill the game, so I just want to come out and make a splash. A big splash.

    I really want to make a dent in the game, be someone people are talking about 10 years from now. So hopefully that happens once I drop the album. If i think it’s crazy right now, it’s going to be more crazier by the end of the year.

    -J. Cole via Karen Civil

  50. rex hussla Says:

    This Mars track is crazy…

    nahright.com/2008/12/15/blu-mars-hard-times/

  51. landlord Says:

    “all the kings men” – godleebarnes
    “never dream” – godleebarnes

    basically, all of godlee barnes and BTH

  52. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Somebody name Blu’s best songs

    ^ Vanity/Mars

  53. landlord Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    April 21st, 2010 at 2:04 pm
    Blu – No Greater Love = My fave Blu song

    ——–

    and another one …

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

    amp this site is your entire life
    ======================
    Nah, not at all. A small piece of it, definitely.

    But for some, it really is their entire life.

    That’s what’s really sad.

  55. Beezy Says:

    hip hop cops Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 2:03 pm

    amp this site is your entire life, you’re a very sad little man

    ^don’t pigeon-hole Amp like that….the rap blogosphere is his whole life, not just Nah Right.

  56. Mook Says:

    I never heard this Fashawn dude…so I’m listening to this dude now and already…
    Fashawn > J. Cole

  57. landlord Says:

    Blu – “Vanity” >>
    Blu – “Amnesia” >

    Her Favorite Colour mixtape was slept on too

  58. Black Says:

    People around me and my team feel I have a classic on my hands.

    ^^^^

    Rappers love throwing around the word classic. Just make a good album nigga and you’ll be alrite.

  59. Tong Po Flo Says:

    But for some, it really is their entire life.

    ^ Nah is a big part of my work day roffle

  60. Hoskins Says:

    HerFavouritecolo(u)r is Blu’s most cohesive and complete work.

  61. Joe 88 Says:

    Regular nigga rap > Metrosexual rap > Gangster rap

    When maino is the leader of gangster music there’s now way that it can be currently relevant. What popular rappers are rolling with the 100% gangster image? Sheeeeeit even plies is running around making love records. Niggas actually being themselves on records is the new wave, i’d rather have them niggas wearing skinny jeans then being fake and posing with guns on a smack dvd

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

    You corny.

    Co-signing yourself and all your other various lame antics.

    SMH

  63. landlord Says:

    HerFavouritecolo(u)r is Blu’s most cohesive

    ———

    yep… it wouldve worked nice as an official solo release if he werent so unknown …

  64. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Rappers love throwing around the word classic. Just make a good album nigga and you’ll be alrite.

    ^
    word.

  65. Mook Says:

    J Cole is just fuckin boring and has no signature or anything. He has nothing where you’ll hear it in a song and be like “J Cole would spit over some shit like that”

    ^
    Co-sign

  66. ODEMIC Says:

    *daps nation for posting this*

    Blu is that dude

  67. nestle snipes Says:

    # hip hop cops Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 2:03 pm

    amp this site is your entire life, you’re a very sad little man

    ^agreed. the fuck nigga cares too much about the internet.

  68. Rey Says:

    The only thing I’ve heard from Blu was the “Below The Heavens” album, and it was way better than anything I’ve heard from J. Cole. The only Cole track I really liked was that one that didn’t make Khaled’s album.

  69. why? Says:

    Nah I can’t co-sig Fashawn. Dude is ok but pretty bland overall and Evidence killed the dude on both tracks –

    youtube.com/watch?v=vOL6hXBNYeI

    youtube.com/watch?v=3agcQNvZWtA

  70. Joe 88 Says:

    Rappers love throwing around the word classic. Just make a good album nigga and you’ll be alrite.

    ^

    lol, what should they aim for? (n) I think it’s every artist dream to make a certified classic peice of music.

  71. Rome Says:

    i’d rather have them niggas wearing skinny jeans then being fake and posing with guns on a smack dvd

    ^

    LOL…Jeezy is possibly the only mainstream rapper that talks that street shit. And throughout the years, you see more of more of that content disappearing from his music.

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

    That’s right, hide behind your keyboard and your screen names.

    But you know you’re a lame lol.

  73. Joe 88 Says:

    It’s a reason why uncle murder won’t be anything more than what he is, and it has nothing to do with his skills

  74. Rey Says:

    Drake is a sissy and his melodies suck and his metaphors/similes are hackneyed (IMO),

    ^^^

    This.

  75. hip hop cops Says:

    lol this is going to bother amp all day

  76. Tong Po Flo Says:

    I think it’s every artist dream to make a certified classic peice of music.

    ^ What would ya’ll say was the most current classic hip hop LP?

  77. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I think it’s every artist dream to make a certified classic peice of music.

    ^
    yea but that shouldn’t really be the focus tho. its a lot of pressure and artist usually be on some perfectionist shit may overcompensate.

  78. Mook Says:

    Listening to Blu- Below The Heavens makes you say J. Cole who???
    Honestly J. Cole is biting off Blu.

  79. Rome Says:

    Rappers love throwing around the word classic. Just make a good album nigga and you’ll be alrite.

    ^

    The fuck? ….it’s like saying “Yo the Cavs always throwing around that word Championship. Just make it to the Playoffs and you’ll be alright.”

  80. Black Says:

    lol, what should they aim for? (n) I think it’s every artist dream to make a certified classic peice of music.

    ^^^^

    I’m not saying dont have it as your goal. There is difference between that and saying “my shit is a classic”. Your opinion about your music is honestly the one opinion that means nothing.

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

    Jeezy is possibly the only mainstream rapper that talks that street shit. And throughout the years, you see more of more of that content disappearing from his music.
    =================================
    Lies.

    This campaign by gay niggas to try and make it seem like no one listens to street shit is fucking disgusting.

  82. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    What would ya’ll say was the most current classic hip hop LP?

    ^

    yea right. watch niggas lie now.

  83. strongarm Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    April 21st, 2010 at 2:04 pm

    Just because they didn’t have that hood/thug/gangsta/whateverthefuck mentality doesn’t mean they didn’t come from poverty/struggle.

    ^
    i read that pos did. but thas not the point. you said rappers from the burbs don’t have anything of value to say. these dudes are from middle-class suburb long island.

    they aint wack tho.
    ^^^^^
    They went to Amityville High which is YT dominated as far as i know but Plug 2 & 3 are from brooklyn and plug 1 is from the bronx

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

    this is going to bother amp all day
    ==========================
    Nah, it just reminds me why I don’t fuck with you niggas in the first place.

    Thanks.

  85. nestle snipes Says:

    amp you take the webz too serious.

  86. Black Says:

    The fuck? ….it’s like saying “Yo the Cavs always throwing around that word Championship. Just make it to the Playoffs and you’ll be alright.”

    ^^^^

    Winning a championship and making a classic album are two different things. The cavs aint saying that their champions, their saying that is their goal. I’ve heard plenty rappers say that they have a classic before the album has been heard by nobody but the people who helped make it.

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

    Yo, get off my dick. I know I’m that nigga but your incessant dick riding only reinforces how much you wish you were me.

    It ain’t gonna happen so either kill yourself or move on.

  88. Rome Says:

    This campaign by gay niggas to try and make it seem like no one listens to street shit is fucking disgusting.

    Woah woah woah, It’s just my opinion you sensitive ass hoe.

  89. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Plug 2 & 3 are from brooklyn and plug 1 is from the bronx

    ^
    but when rapping on albums where do they rep the hardest? they’ve actually covered a whole spectrum of social topics on their albums. some encrypted some not but those boys are from the burbs mentally.

    supa emcees>>>>>>>

  90. Rome Says:

    I’ve heard plenty rappers say that they have a classic before the album has been heard by nobody but the people who helped make it.

    ^
    I feel what you sayin’ but every new artist wants his first album to be a classic. They all have Illmatic, Reasonable Doubt, dreams.

    I rather have them aiming at Classic, then aiming at selling records only.

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