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Charles Hamilton – Tax Evasion

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The last leak before they let loose of the Jim Jonsin-produced single.

Charles Hamilton – Tax Evasion | Mediafire

Bonus: Charles Hamilton – Choices (A Wave For Alex) | Mediafire

Shouts to that boy Woody.


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29 Responses to “Charles Hamilton – Tax Evasion”

  1. Beezy Says:

    (c) Me

  2. SeniorCivilian Says:

    Just copped Adventures of Bobby Ray. A breezy blank stared me when I was blasting (none) it on the way out the parking lot. Also copped Illmatic and It Was Written. I’m sure if anyone saw me buying those three albums they would be confused as fuck.

  3. Chief Ali Says:

    lemme find out Charles Hamilton is really landlord’s nephew or some shit…

  4. KzA Says:

    Shouts to that boy woody.

    ^

    fuckin pedophile

  5. Rey Says:

    Charles Hamilton… Just stop already. G’on, git.

  6. lil mane young Says:

    fuck the bullshit.

    Charles Hamilton >

  7. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    Pac Div made a song about being fresh at the prom LMAO

  8. Troyvul Says:

    Re: Ad-libs, You Smell me (c) Kim Jones

  9. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    @Rey–yeah, that day at the gym is when I actually started to like Hollywood.

    I’m also reminiscing about how the first two bars of a song or verse used to come in so strong and recognizeable–

    “With so much drama in the LBC…”

    “First things first…”

    “I ain’t a killer but don’t push me…”

    and there’s cats on here right now that those first few words is all they need

  10. Troyvul Says:

    Niice (c) Fab

  11. KzA Says:

    LF: With all of the constant talk about how movies, music, and other forms of entertainment that ‘promote’ voilence lead to violent behavior, do you think that the slow but steady change from voilence based hiphop to a more feel-good type hiphop will bring a lower violent crime rate?

  12. Rey Says:

    # Fresh Huxtable Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    @Rey–yeah, that day at the gym is when I actually started to like Hollywood.

    I’m also reminiscing about how the first two bars of a song or verse used to come in so strong and recognizeable–

    “With so much drama in the LBC…”

    “First things first…”

    “I ain’t a killer but don’t push me…”

    and there’s cats on here right now that those first few words is all they need

    ^^^

    For real.. Now every song starts off with “Walked up in the club…” *vom*

  13. KzA Says:

    and there’s cats on here right now that those first few words is all they need
    ^
    should be all of us on this blog

  14. KzA Says:

    crickets?

  15. Rey Says:

    # KzA Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    LF: With all of the constant talk about how movies, music, and other forms of entertainment that ‘promote’ voilence lead to violent behavior, do you think that the slow but steady change from voilence based hiphop to a more feel-good type hiphop will bring a lower violent crime rate?

    ^^^

    Not really.. Every hip-pop song has some mention of smoking or drinking or some casual reference of criminality.. As for violent crime, i think it’s glossed over, ala “if the pushin’ get to shovin’ we just bust’n’leave like it was nothin’..” –on a very poppy song.

    plus, even kanYe mentioned gun toting on the college dropout. i’d love it if it did, but there will always be plenty of easily-accessible guns’n’coke rap for youngins to throw their future away on.

  16. SeniorCivilian Says:

    # KzA Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:46 pm

    and there’s cats on here right now that those first few words is all they need
    ^
    should be all of us on this blog
    ^Unfortunately I only recognize Snoop. What are the other two?
    *Preemptively ducks shots*

  17. Beezy Says:

    KzA Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    LF: With all of the constant talk about how movies, music, and other forms of entertainment that ‘promote’ voilence lead to violent behavior, do you think that the slow but steady change from voilence based hiphop to a more feel-good type hiphop will bring a lower violent crime rate?

    ^If I follow your logic, then you think rap and movies are 100% to blame for crime?

    Your ivory tower existence must lead to notions like this.

    See: poverty.

  18. Rey Says:

    @ Senior– First things first I poppa freaks all the honeys..

    I don’t know what the last one is.

  19. b-ease Says:

    ^Unfortunately I only recognize Snoop. What are the other two?

    ^^SMMFH…

  20. mcb Says:

    Brooklyn girls was cool,
    after that, I just don’t listen. ain’t worth it.

    Ironic tho, hes one rapper without this issue, they coulda put Meth, Nas, etc…. on it hahaha

  21. b-ease Says:

    “I ain’t a killer but don’t push me…”

    ^^
    Really guys??

    It’s Hail Mary…SMH again.

  22. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    The last one is Tupac Amaru Shakur, and you need that song in your life.

  23. Tong Po Flo Says:

    “First things first…”

    ^ B.G.?

  24. onemoodydude Says:

    Im sorry, but I havent been able to take this guy seriously ever since that chick smacked the rings outta his azz.(neva been ghey just in case)

  25. Troyvul Says:

    B Gizzle

  26. Tong Po Flo Says:

    LF: With all of the constant talk about how movies, music, and other forms of entertainment that ‘promote’ voilence lead to violent behavior, do you think that the slow but steady change from voilence based hiphop to a more feel-good type hiphop will bring a lower violent crime rate?

    ^ Nah cats will always find a reason to murder/rape/steal they don’t need musical motivation to do so

  27. SeniorCivilian Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:54 pm

    “I ain’t a killer but don’t push me…”

    ^^
    Really guys??

    It’s Hail Mary…SMH again.
    ^Shit. Now I do feel stupid. I’m hardly a fan of ‘Pac but I was listening to that song yesterday.

  28. DJ BLACK Says:

    this is fucking doper than just about everything else up here lately…..SUPRISE

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