Pac Div – Don’t Mention It (Mixtape)

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Track list and download link after the jump.

Previously: Pac Div ft. Marz Lovejoy – Shine | Pac Div ft. Ty$ – Rollin’

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Download: Pac Div – Don’t Mention It (Mixtape)

Shouts to Meka on the heads up/Illy on the assist.

*Updated* with a new link as the last one had some incomplete tracks.


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141 Responses to “Pac Div – Don’t Mention It (Mixtape)”

  1. Beezy Says:

    KzA Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 1:19 pm

    fuck a hoagie… thats some retarded shit to say.. isnt that PA slang?

    ^yeah, Philly….where I’m from.

  2. lil mane young Says:

    *downloads*

  3. cOLD Says:

    clapped ribs > Pac Div

  4. hl Says:

    word? They just gonna drop the mixtape like that? No trailor or nothing. cool.

    *downloads*

  5. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    b-ease Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 1:23 pm
    @ Crazy

    It’s the Currency track off that new Ski Beatz tape that’s dropping.

    ^^^
    When? im gonna need that, that shit is tough.

  6. lil mane young Says:

    “don’t mention it” reminds me of “thank me later ”

    ..weird

  7. NovemberEnd Says:

    Pac Div >

  8. Bricktop Says:

    i really wish Stack Bundles was still around. he definitely had the ability to bring NY back to prominence

  9. lil mane young Says:

    i really wish Max B was still around. he definitely had the ability to bring NY back to prominence

  10. Beezy Says:

    smacked chick > Pac Div

  11. GC Says:

    Quality.

  12. hl Says:

    Bricktop Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 1:37 pm
    i really wish Stack Bundles was still around. he definitely had the ability to bring NY back to prominence

    lil mane young Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 1:39 pm
    i really wish Max B was still around. he definitely had the ability to bring NY back to prominence

    ^same person?

  13. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Church League Champs was solid. This will get a download on the strength of that.

  14. Beezy Says:

    Max B > Life

  15. b-ease Says:

    defjam ruined Redman. Muddy Waters was great. everything after that was miserable.

    ^^
    Naw Doc’s the Name was an excellent LP, and the first Blackout has aged well. You gotta attribute at least part of Red’s “falling off” to his chasing after that Hollywood money, which fucks up a lotta of rappers catalogs (Cube, Common, Luda, etc)

  16. lil mane young Says:

    Wiz probably laughing Right now, even the major label acts still putting out free music as if they were still trying to get signed.

  17. Bricktop Says:

    better yet, i really wish both Stack and Max were still in Byrdgang. for all his fuck-ups, Jim was on to something back then. losing both of them back to back was like Puff losing Big, then the Lox, then Mase.

  18. b-ease Says:

    ^^^
    When? im gonna need that, that shit is tough.\

    ^^
    Can’t call it, Ski’s literally been bullshitting on it all year. Last release date was supposed to be 3/31, I havent heard a new one yet.

  19. lil mane young Says:

    same person?

    ^good god no

  20. hl Says:

    defjam ruined Redman. Muddy Waters was great. everything after that was miserable.

    ^^
    Naw Doc’s the Name was an excellent LP, and the first Blackout has aged well. You gotta attribute at least part of Red’s “falling off” to his chasing after that Hollywood money, which fucks up a lotta of rappers catalogs (Cube, Common, Luda, etc)

    Blackout 2 was dope IMO. *shrugs*

    The idea Def Jam ruined Redman makes no sense though. Sense he’s been on the label his whole career, including to albums prior to Muddy Waters.

  21. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    Wiz probably laughing Right now, even the major label acts still putting out free music as if they were still trying to get signed.
    ===============

    ^^ U still get shows off of free music

    still all boils down to supply and demand

  22. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    smacked chick > Pac Div
    clapped ribs > Pac Div

    ^^^^^^^^^^
    yall trippin man these brothas make good hip hop music. Not trap muzik, not pinky ring fashion show rap, not shoot em up thug shit. I feel them alot (II) just cuz the fact that they aint afraid 2 be themselves and they got a good ear 4 music. I’m def lookin 4ward 2 this mixtape and their album. If u aint heard Church League Champions you wouldnt know

  23. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    Def Jam priorities changed when bammas like Jeezy and Rocko were getting deals

  24. Bricktop Says:

    Doc the Name and the Blackout album in NO WAY compare to his first 3 joints. it’s not even remotely close. DTN and Blackout are decent albums. his first 3 are legendary.

  25. illuminati by nature Says:

    Blackout 2 was dope IMO

    **co-signature***

  26. hl Says:

    Doc the Name and the Blackout album in NO WAY compare to his first 3 joints. it’s not even remotely close. DTN and Blackout are decent albums. his first 3 are legendary.

    Its a different sound, but those were good albums. I’d argue the first Blackout is actually a great album.

  27. 456 Says:

    redman has endured waaaay past his shelf life. applaud him. and his rhymes have never fallen off.

  28. Ant Says:

    Pac div >

  29. D-Assassin Says:

    i was feeling the track this morning and upped dem dudes this morning on fb, good timing, go hard or go home!

  30. hl Says:

    Def Jam priorities changed when bammas like Jeezy and Rocko were getting deals

    ROFL…what ever happened to Rocko?

  31. Bricktop Says:

    The idea Def Jam ruined Redman makes no sense though. Sense he’s been on the label his whole career, including to albums prior to Muddy Waters.

    ^
    false. first two albums were on Rush Associated Labels, which was more like a side project of Russell’s, and thusly gave the artists more creative freedom. Radio/video friendly jingles weren’t a requirement of RAL like they were for defjam.

  32. Renegade Says:

    Fuck the police..

    new pac div day > any other day

  33. lil mane young Says:

    Wiz probably laughing Right now, even the major label acts still putting out free music as if they were still trying to get signed.
    ===============

    ^^ U still get shows off of free music

    still all boils down to supply and demand

    ^exactly, wiz is selling out shows

  34. b-ease Says:

    Doc the Name and the Blackout album in NO WAY compare to his first 3 joints.

    ^^
    Blackout doesnt, but Docs the Name is on par with his first three in my opinion.

  35. Bricktop Says:

    Dr. Trevis>>>>

  36. illuminati by nature Says:

    I love Redman (n/h)…his persona/rhyme style hasn’t changed a bit since the early 90s, and he’s still dope…i think the big difference between his early work, and what he’s been putting out lately, is that he’s on the wrong side of 40, these days- getting older is a crime in hip hop, unless you’re Jay-Z, and he doesn’t have the same hunger, intensity (none) and urgency in his music (none), as he did back on Whut Thee Album, Dare iz a Darkside, and Muddy Waters…kinda like, when I first got in corporate America, I’d run errands, fill in for the receptionist (no “the Office”) while she took her lunchbreak, work late and weekends, and all that…these days, I’m mad if if I gotta come in an hour early, lol..

  37. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    ROFL…what ever happened to Rocko?
    ============

    he cheated on Monica and now he’s dropping mixtapes with DJ Scream to keep food on the table

  38. mcb Says:

    BO2 legit.
    meth & red make it happen.

    and obv shows and that initial contract is prob the only “real” money rappers get, minus the radio hoppers. obviously endorsements etc too but you know what im saying

    free music=more concerts=me happier to see my fav artists 1x a year at least. I saw indiv members of Wu, 3 of them sep, in a span of a month and a half.

  39. hl Says:

    false. first two albums were on Rush Associated Labels, which was more like a side project of Russell’s, and thusly gave the artists more creative freedom. Radio/video friendly jingles weren’t a requirement of RAL like they were for defjam.

    Cmon man. When has Redman ever chased after the charts with Radio friendly jingles? I heard a few joints from his new songs that confused me, but I don’t even think those are gonna be on his album.

  40. b-ease Says:

    ^exactly, wiz is selling out shows

    ^^
    In major markets. Shit’s kind of unprecedented.

  41. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Semi LF: has anybody noticed that rappers pretty much copy whoever did something successfully first, but don’t do it as well, and then run it into the ground?

    Exhibit A: when rappers started following the “club song, girl song, thug song, money song, mama I’m sorry song” format for singles and albums

    Exhibit B: after Nas and Jay, it seemed like every rapper was looking to have a public beef to boost record sales. I look at Jay vs. Nas as
    something that gave us Ether, Takeover, and a reenergized Nasir. Somehow, we went from that to grown men beefing on Twitter.

    Exhibit C: when Run DMC and Aerosmith got together for Walk This Way, it was something different at the time. And there have been a lot of great rock rap fusions. But now, Jay is trying to get with every middle aged rocker he can, regardless.

    Exhibit D: when Wayne flooded the market with quality mixtapes, it was great. Then he went platinum in a week and a half, and rappers start flooding the market with music of varying quality, sometimes extremely low quality control. Some even put out a mixtape a day, or an 87 track mixtape. I’m appreciative of good free music, and I support artists financially who deserve it (shout out to Pac Div). But I’d rather pay for a dozen great tracks than get 50 mediocre ones for free.

  42. hl Says:

    ^exactly, wiz is selling out shows

    ^^
    In major markets. Shit’s kind of unprecedented.

    It’s weird cause I’ve never met anyone in real life that even knows he exists.

  43. lil mane young Says:

    Wiz won.

  44. illuminati by nature Says:

    Cmon man. When has Redman ever chased after the charts with Radio friendly

    ***Not platinum on wax, but platinum in the streets” (c) I Be Dat

    LF- Immigration status aside, I wonder why Slick Rick never dropped another album after “The Art of Storytelling”…that jawn was dope…

  45. Rod Says:

    Pac Div=The Cool Kids

  46. KzA Says:

    b-ease Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 1:52 pm
    ^exactly, wiz is selling out shows

    ^^
    In major markets. Shit’s kind of unprecedented.

    ^

    I wont lie.. out of every single show I have gone to over the past year.. the Wiz show was by FAR the hardest to get tickets to.. So hard (II)in fact that I didnt get tickets..Not even one person outside the door sellin theirs either

  47. illuminati by nature Says:

    But now, Jay is trying to get with every middle aged rocker he can, regardless.

    ***Jay even made an album with Linkin Park

  48. baby jesus Says:

    that kush and orange juice shit is really wack though. the game done changed, 2010 is the year of tatted up anemic rappers. SMH

  49. hl Says:

    LF- Immigration status aside, I wonder why Slick Rick never dropped another album after “The Art of Storytelling”…that jawn was dope…

    ^Word…I remember him having alot of high profile cameos on there. I wonder could he still get that type of support now.

  50. lil mane young Says:

    It’s weird cause I’ve never met anyone in real life that even knows nahright exists.

  51. illuminati by nature Says:

    Rage Against the Machine and Linkin Park>>>>most of your favorite rappers

  52. baby jesus Says:

    niggas are also co-signing tyga, especially in nyc. shits disgusting.

  53. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Exhibit E: when T-Pain came out with “I’m Sprung,” it went. Then he started writing songs and doing hooks. Cool. But then everybody jumped on autotune, and it hurt the music after a while. I’ll say this, though: I developed a lot more respect for T-Pain after hearing other people in autotune, because it helped me to realize that what he does requires actual talent, and that it’s more than the computer.

  54. b-ease Says:

    that kush and orange juice shit is really wack though.

    ^^
    No, no it really isnt.

  55. Beezy Says:

    I want to know the size of these venues Wiz “sells out”

    1,000 ppl = impressive

    150 = not

  56. baby jesus Says:

    people really swear he bodied “rodger that”.

  57. Beezy Says:

    b-ease Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 1:57 pm

    that kush and orange juice shit is really wack though.

    ^^
    No, no it really isnt.

    >>Why yes, yes it is.

  58. lil mane young Says:

    oh shit, somebody name checked Thee Mc Ricky D..

    Slick motherfucking Rick >>>>>>>

  59. illuminati by nature Says:

    ^Word…I remember him having alot of high profile cameos on there. I wonder could he still get that type of support now.

    ***ionno, besides the intro, the only collabos I remember were Big Boi are Raekwon

    also- whatever happened (already) to Corey Gunz?

  60. baby jesus Says:

    i know he sold out highland ballroom and its capacity is prolly over 1,000

  61. hl Says:

    ***ionno, besides the intro, the only collabos I remember were Big Boi are Raekwon

    ^Nas was on there. Ummm…I’ll have to check, but there was alot though.

  62. KzA Says:

    Beezy Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 1:57 pm
    I want to know the size of these venues Wiz “sells out”

    1,000 ppl = impressive

    150 = not

    ^

    same size venues all these other rappers are playing..

  63. b-ease Says:

    I want to know the size of these venues Wiz “sells out”

    1,000 ppl = impressive

    150 = not

    ^^
    The spot I saw his show at was the 930 Club in DC. Capacity is AT LEAST 1000.

  64. Bricktop Says:

    Cmon man. When has Redman ever chased after the charts with Radio friendly jingles?
    ^
    never said he “chased”. just saying that after Muddy waters his a good portion of his music began sounding “forced”. you have to think, when Doc’s the Name dropped Defjam was on top of the world. and if you, as a defjam artist, couldn’t compete with DMX, JaRule, Jay-Z record sales, then you could just forget about it. Redman got ate by the machine.

  65. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    That collision course with linkin park wasn’t wack, though. It was actually solid. Partly because Jay wasn’t compromising himself: he brought music he had already created independently, as did LP, and it was just a mashup. “Beach Chair” seems like a different story.

  66. illuminati by nature Says:

    @ Fresh- another example is how so many cats jumped on the autotune bandwagon…I swear to god, I saw an autotune Gorilla Zoe video on MTV Jamz, lmao…

  67. horsechoker Says:

    Shawty Lo’s beat selection (Dey Know, Dun Dunn, Foolish)>>>>>>Constable Ross

    *Stone Face*

  68. baby jesus Says:

    i can confirm his popularity in nyc at least, but its really really unwarranted.

  69. oh4werd Says:

    Exhibit C: when Run DMC and Aerosmith got together for Walk This Way, it was something different at the time. And there have been a lot of great rock rap fusions. But now, Jay is trying to get with every middle aged rocker he can, regardless.

    ^^^

    i cosign the whole point u was making but i think public enemy and anthrayx did the crossover song thing first but i could be wrong

  70. b-ease Says:

    ^Nas was on there. Ummm…I’ll have to check, but there was alot though.

    ^^
    Yo, I completely forgot about the track with Nas. Killer beat and bars, but the hooks was maaaaaaaad pauseworthy. “Me and Nas give it you Hardest” I believe.

  71. KzA Says:

    horsechoker Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 2:00 pm
    Shawty Lo’s beat selection (Dey Know, Dun Dunn, Foolish)>>>>>>Constable Ross

    *Stone Face*

    ^

    stupidest shit said all day.

  72. baby jesus Says:

    That collision course with linkin park wasn’t wack, though.

    ^
    that shit was terrible on so many lvlz

  73. illuminati by nature Says:

    hl Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 1:59 pm
    ***ionno, besides the intro, the only collabos I remember were Big Boi are Raekwon

    ^Nas was on there. Ummm…I’ll have to check, but there was alot though.

    ***that’s right…”Slick Rick and Nas Bring it to you Hardest”, or something like that (none)

  74. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    @ Fresh- another example is how so many cats jumped on the autotune bandwagon…I swear to god, I saw an autotune Gorilla Zoe video on MTV Jamz, lmao…
    ^
    see exhibit E, above

  75. hl Says:

    The Slick Rick album featured Nas, Canibus, Raekwon, and Snoop.

  76. oh4werd Says:

    That collision course with linkin park wasn’t wack, though. It was actually solid. Partly because Jay wasn’t compromising himself: he brought music he had already created independently, as did LP, and it was just a mashup. “Beach Chair” seems like a different story.

    ^^^

    linkin park is dope i jus wished that collab wit jay woulda been something brand new altogether

  77. b-ease Says:

    I swear to god, I saw an autotune Gorilla Zoe video on MTV Jamz, lmao…

    ^^
    I hear autotune Zoe on my Pandora all the time. I can’t front tho, I fuck with some of those songs.

  78. hl Says:

    …an Outkast.

  79. lil mane young Says:

    of all the golden era mcs

    Slick Rick is my favorite, even better than G rap and rakim maybe.

  80. hl Says:

    Yo, I completely forgot about the track with Nas. Killer beat and bars, but the hooks was maaaaaaaad pauseworthy. “Me and Nas give it you Hardest” I believe.

    lol…man the no homo era ruins alot of shit. No homo.

  81. why? Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=uyKUuPNv-LU

    ^
    I refuse to listen to a Pac Div song esp. after they released this crap.

  82. illuminati by nature Says:

    lil mane young Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 2:02 pm
    of all the golden era mcs

    Slick Rick is my favorite, even better than G rap and rakim maybe.

    ***Slick Rick’s in my top 10, like ever…Rakim’s on the list, too (no bouncer @ the door)

  83. baby jesus Says:

    yo b-ri name 5 joints on that tape that are fire, FAST.

  84. Rey Says:

    *reads Fresh’s sermon*

    Cosign. There’s more than that, the so-called “Super Producers” and Stylists fucked shit up.. This is how a rapper HAS TO LOOK and this is how rap HAS TO SOUND.. (that wasn’t my observation, 3 stacks said that a few years ago).

    But yeah, pretty much. Just look at the new hybrid generation:

    Drake = KanYe + Weezy x Will Smith
    Trey Songz = R. Kelly
    The Dream = Neyo
    Nicki Minaj = Lil’ Kim x Lady Gaga
    Rick Rawse = Biggie

    Not mention guys like Fabolous who think they’ve made more’n’3 good songs in their lives. Pfff…

  85. Bricktop Says:

    Slick Rick
    G. Rap
    Rakim

    i got movement just from typing that. no homo.

  86. illuminati by nature Says:

    “even make construction workers start to act quite feminine…hiiiiiiii” (c) Slick Rick, lol

  87. b-ease Says:

    of all the golden era mcs

    Slick Rick is my favorite, even better than G rap and rakim maybe.

    ^^
    I kinda co-sign this. I’d rather listen to Rick and Cube than Ra and Kane.

  88. Bricktop Says:

    *daps Fresh*

  89. b-ease Says:

    yo b-ri name 5 joints on that tape that are fire, FAST.

    ^^
    Mesmerize
    Visions
    Never Been
    The Statement
    Up

  90. Rey Says:

    Collision Course was enjoyable if you like Jay-Z and you like Linkin Park. If you don’t like either, or if you like either too much (nh), you won’t enjoy it.

    Also, I’ll go to my grave defending “Beach Chair”.

  91. illuminati by nature Says:

    Not mention guys like Fabolous who think they’ve made more’n’3 good songs in their lives. Pfff…

    ***Fab be killing those R&B collabos, though…”Make me Better”, “Superwoman”, “Addicted”….

  92. baby jesus Says:

    Up

    ^
    i cant remember the others, but this shit? you cant be serious

  93. mcb Says:

    illuminati by nature Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 1:56 pm
    Rage Against the Machine and Linkin Park>>>>most of your favorite rappers
    ^^^
    Not linkin park, Mike whatever his name is cool, but nah (for me its obv all opinon). RATM is legit, bit heavy for some rapheads, but De La Rocha=legit.
    he did a video with KRS1, bout the CIA (obviously)

  94. illuminati by nature Says:

    milkbox material, again- Charles Hamilton

  95. Rey Says:

    # oh4werd Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    Exhibit C: when Run DMC and Aerosmith got together for Walk This Way, it was something different at the time. And there have been a lot of great rock rap fusions. But now, Jay is trying to get with every middle aged rocker he can, regardless.

    ^^^

    i cosign the whole point u was making but i think public enemy and anthrayx did the crossover song thing first but i could be wrong

    ^^^

    PE & Anthrax happened years after Run-DMC & Aerosmith.

  96. baby jesus Says:

    i fuck wit never been, but dattaboutit.

  97. b-ease Says:

    ***Fab be killing those R&B collabos, though…”Make me Better”, “Superwoman”, “Addicted”….

    ^^
    As was discussed somewhat yesterday, that new Fab mixtape is crack music. No two ways around it.

  98. lil mane young Says:

    Slick Rick is more than an Mc, he was swag before there was swag

    and that’s just his style outside the booth.

    Slick Rick charisma on a beat is Unmatched

  99. oh4werd Says:

    I hear autotune Zoe on my Pandora all the time. I can’t front tho, I fuck with some of those songs.

    ^^^

    some of them songs are alright but i could never really get into GZ’s music like that

  100. KzA Says:

    b-ease Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 2:05 pm
    yo b-ri name 5 joints on that tape that are fire, FAST.

    ^^
    Mesmerize
    Visions
    Never Been
    The Statement
    Up
    Glass House
    Still Blazin

  101. b-ease Says:

    baby jesus Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 2:07 pm
    i fuck wit never been, but dattaboutit.

    ^^
    That’s def my favorite.

  102. hl Says:

    What was Jay talking about on “Beach Chair”?

  103. Beezy Says:

    Wiz personifies Delete Bin music

  104. Rey Says:

    # illuminati by nature Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:05 pm

    Not mention guys like Fabolous who think they’ve made more’n’3 good songs in their lives. Pfff…

    ***Fab be killing those R&B collabos, though…”Make me Better”, “Superwoman”, “Addicted”….

    ^^^

    Fab’s collabs (*ahem* seewhatididthere) are enjoyable, but some stuff he says… I dunno, he just irks me lately and I don’t know why. I could probably pick out 12 tracks from him (solos & features) that I could burn and be happy driving to, but the whole “LOSO IN CASE U AIN’T KNOW SO” era is irritating.

  105. illuminati by nature Says:

    Slick Rick is more than an Mc, he was swag before there was swag

    and that’s just his style outside the booth.

    Slick Rick charisma on a beat is Unmatched

    ***His style still dominates a track…wordplay, genteel (none) accent, all that shit….

  106. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    that kush and orange juice shit is really wack though. the game done changed, 2010 is the year of tatted up anemic rappers. SMH

    ^^^^^^^^^
    lol
    that shit was aight tho. He had bout 6 songs that went. Wiz shit is for the smokers crowd anyway, it sounds better when u hazed up

  107. baby jesus Says:

    is the nigga even rappin on that ‘up’ shit? pretty sure hes not.

  108. b-ease Says:

    milkbox material, again- Charles Hamilton

    ^^
    He dropped a dope track like three weeks ago, then he dropped a really awful track like two weeks ago.

    As far as Corey Gunz, last I heard he finalizing something with Young Money, but I dont see that panning out well.

  109. illuminati by nature Says:

    Delete Bin music

    the whole “LOSO IN CASE U AIN’T KNOW SO” era

    ***LOL

  110. mcb Says:

    Slick Rick=creative, different and skilled
    today, that 1/100-150 mcs

  111. b-ease Says:

    is the nigga even rappin on that ‘up’ shit? pretty sure hes not

    ^^
    lmao, nah, he’s not.

  112. KzA Says:

    Beezy.. with your seemingly unconditional love for extremely excessive weed smoking and bitch chasing, I find it actually hard to believe you dont fuck with Wiz..

    Especially since we know your not all about lyrics and shit.. being as your a Cudi stan.. hm

  113. hl Says:

    Slick Rick=creative, different and skilled
    today, that 1/100-150 mcs

    You need smaller percentages.

  114. illuminati by nature Says:

    Big Daddy Kane always gets slept on, when niggas discuss dope mc’s, too…maybe it’s the crushed velvet pajamas and suspect background dancers, but I’m saying…that ninja was a beast….

  115. oh4werd Says:

    As far as Corey Gunz, last I heard he finalizing something with Young Money, but I dont see that panning out well.

    ^^^

    he’d be the most lyrical in the crew unless he goes the jae milz route. Currency had the right idea by leaving that label because right about now he would be gettin no shine and prolly have a different sound under the YM banner

  116. Rey Says:

    # hl Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:08 pm

    What was Jay talking about on “Beach Chair”?

    ^^^

    Jay’s just talking about his future, as a man, his thoughts on life (just his thoughts).. I think that song was a debate about whether or not to give up rappin’ altogether or to recommit to rappin’ forever.. Let’s face it, Jay’s the first rapper that has “Time Life Special” potential, or “PBS Pledge Drive” potential.

    I’m sure he was pondering that stuff during Kingdom Come’s sessions (pause that just in case) and it came out. But the beat was dope, the lyrics were insightful and intelligent and not corny (i’m looking at you “mama i made it” and “30’s the new 20” and the forced “lost ones”), and even tho’ I couldn’t understand Coldplay dude’s chorus, it was sonically enjoyable.

    (vincent van no homogh)

  117. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Collision Course was enjoyable if you like Jay-Z and you like Linkin Park. If you don’t like either, or if you like either too much (nh), you won’t enjoy it.

    Also, I’ll go to my grave defending “Beach Chair”.
    ^
    by your logic, I should’ve liked Beach Chair then. Sometimes, people are just meant to be friends. You don’t have to collaborate with everyone you respect as a person who also happens to perform in a different genre from you. Sade understands this.

    *daps Bricktop et al*

  118. b-ease Says:

    Beezy.. with your seemingly unconditional love for extremely excessive weed smoking and bitch chasing, I find it actually hard to believe you dont fuck with Wiz..

    ^^
    Beezy’s musical tastes are mad random, arbitrary, and inconsistent. You can never guess.

  119. mcb Says:

    So I was just about to listen to Kush & OJ
    now not sure

  120. hl Says:

    You don’t have to collaborate with everyone you respect as a person who also happens to perform in a different genre from you. Sade understands this.

    I’m still anticipating that Rae/Sade collab though.

  121. Rey Says:

    # illuminati by nature Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:10 pm

    Delete Bin music

    the whole “LOSO IN CASE U AIN’T KNOW SO” era

    ***LOL

    ^^^

    I might hate that ad-lib/gimmick/catch phrase more than I’ve hated any in history. He says it in every fucking song. He can’t think it’s creative anymore.

    While we’re at it, I’m convinced either “G-G-G-G-G Unit!” or a Puffy adlib are the best ever.

  122. oh4werd Says:

    i think niggas are creative today its jus not in ways most ppl prefer because they end up soundind outrageous and on some weird shit. I.e lil wayne and his whole alien auto tune phase.

  123. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    Kush n OJ >>>>>>>>> There Is No Comp 2

    *straight face*

    but still Fab >>>>> Wiz

  124. Bricktop Says:

    Fab intentionally dumbed his shit waaaay down. he’s took Jada’s advice and went southpaw in order to maintain relevancy in today’s climate. it’s a shame, but this is what NY rappers are forced to do in order to tap into the bamma movement that’s dominated over the past couple of years. he mentioned a couple of years ago in an interview that his dumming down is intentional (i.e. much slower delivery, drawing out words, simple rhyme patterns, slower southern beats, etc. .. ). it’s all calculated on his part.

  125. illuminati by nature Says:

    worst ad-lib ever- Big Boi’s “Boyyyy stop!!” (none)

  126. oh4werd Says:

    While we’re at it, I’m convinced either “G-G-G-G-G Unit!” or a Puffy adlib are the best ever.

    ^^^

    that shit was funny and everyone was repeating it. imagined if he did that again lol

  127. mcb Says:

    sometimes weed and bitch music needs to be THAT GOOD to bother with it, so many people do such chill themes, i look for some lyrical prowess, and flow is obv a necessity. i can live without metaphors dominating a song, is he big on metaphors and shit like that. i like clipse tho, hows that for contradictory.

  128. b-ease Says:

    While we’re at it, I’m convinced either “G-G-G-G-G Unit!” or a Puffy adlib are the best ever.

    ^^
    “Take That” is indeed, the greatest adlib ever. As long as you block his gay club adventures out of your mind.

  129. baby jesus Says:

    While we’re at it, I’m convinced either “G-G-G-G-G Unit!” or a Puffy adlib are the best ever.

    ^
    no, its actually a close race for greatest adlibs between jeezy & gucci

  130. illuminati by nature Says:

    hows that for contradictory

    ***ayo!!!

    (lmao)

  131. Bricktop Says:

    illuminati by nature Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 2:11 pm
    Big Daddy Kane always gets slept on, when niggas discuss dope mc’s, too…maybe it’s the crushed velvet pajamas and suspect background dancers, but I’m saying…that ninja was a beast….

    ^
    not enough ink & paper on planet earth to co-sign this statement.

  132. baby jesus Says:

    “thats riiiiiightttt” >>>

  133. b-ease Says:

    @ mcb

    Wiz is essentially a Devin the Dude/Max B hybrid. Hope that helps.

  134. baby jesus Says:

    wiz and max both sing/rap about weed n shit but niggas are nothing alike.

  135. mcb Says:

    b-ease

    yes. i also should just stfu and listen to it alraedy and stop asking haha.

  136. mcb Says:

    but ill give him a fair shot, ill get high first then listen.

  137. AFGun Says:

    LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:
    April 27th, 2010 at 2:14 pm

    Kush n OJ >>>>>>>>> There Is No Comp 2

    ^

    ur on crack nigga. I rate kush n oj but nothin touches that fab tape. best mixtape of 2010 so far

  138. tenacious Says:

    Wiz is nice.. Fab is always killing it. Props to Pac Div for giving us another dope tape.

  139. CBMdavis Says:

    so these dudes get they bread not worried bout u …. free or not these tapes make shows and those shows make dinero

    pac div = not worried bout u, while making money
    wiz = sells shows while making dinero
    you= dont do any of these things

    just thought i’d throw it out so yall could quit all the bickering

  140. Get Murked Says:

    Link’s already dead, btw

  141. pac divfan Says:

    PAC DIV IS NOT ABOUT BUSTING UP OR SHOOTING DOWN BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF ANY KIND THEY ARE AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE THEMSELF LOVE THEM OR LEAVE THEM ALONE!! MUCH LOVE AND SUCCESS TO THEM………….

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