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Video: Armageddon ft. Fat Joe, Noreaga & DJ Doo Wop- It’s Over (Remix) (Behind The Scenes)

Nore, Fat Joe and Doo Wop join Armageddon in Brooklyn for “It’s Over” Remix video.


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16 Responses to “Video: Armageddon ft. Fat Joe, Noreaga & DJ Doo Wop- It’s Over (Remix) (Behind The Scenes)”

  1. illuminati by nature Says:

    MC Eiht’s “jeah”, is a hall of fame ad-lib, IMO…

    April 27th, 2010 at 2:30 pm
    Fresh Huxtable Says:

    April 27th, 2010 at 2:28 pm
    What happened to CRS? Or the Nas-Premier album? These are two album projects I’d like to hear, seriously.

    ***Right? And althought I’m amped for “Distant Relatives”, that’s one project I really thought would never see the light of day….

  2. Rick aka KING OF DA BOOM BAP BOMB STRAPPED TO MY CHEST ASKIN WHERE YA GOONZ AT Says:

    kingdom come >
    oh my god >
    show me what you got >
    lost one >
    do u wanna ride >
    30 something >
    i made it >
    trouble >
    beach chair >

  3. NovemberEnd Says:

    Fat Joe spotted in the hood….

  4. Rey Says:

    @ oh4werd.. Gucci & Jeezy-esque adlibs are different.. They inundate every…single…song. Those other guys have signatures that show up from time to time, they don’t constantly beat (nh) the listeners over their heads with YEEEEEAHHHHHHH or BRRR!

    That being said, Jim Jones’ ad libs are the worst. If that stupid fucker could write a decent verse he wouldn’t have to explain everything.

    “nightmares (bad dreams) & cold sweats (wet sheets)”.. FOH..

    @ Icon– Yeah, “Jeah” was awesome. “Wake yo’ punk ass up for the ’93 shot, MC Eiht’s in the muthafuckin’ house. Jeah.”

  5. oh4werd Says:

    “nightmares (bad dreams) & cold sweats (wet sheets)”.. FOH..

    ^^^

    lol cosign

  6. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Kingdom Come is an album that I began to like more over time, mainly because I was in the gym running to it and I noticed that I made
    it through the whole album. Usually, “Hollywood” or that Usher song is where I change music, but having time to listen more carefully, I appreciated the music more. Still not great, and not worthy of a comeback album, but definitely not wack at all.

  7. b-ease Says:

    I actually used to think this cat was dope during the original Terror Squad era.

  8. oh4werd Says:

    ***Right? And althought I’m amped for “Distant Relatives”, that’s one project I really thought would never see the light of day….

    ^^^

    i cant listen to the new song posted today at my job but based on what i heard on DR so far…im wanting to hear it less and less.

  9. Rick aka KING OF DA BOOM BAP BOMB STRAPPED TO MY CHEST ASKIN WHERE YA GOONZ AT Says:

    why is joey in new york? pun ain’t come back from the dead did he?

  10. Rey Says:

    @ Fresh– Yeah, that’s fair. It’s just a frustrating listen, IMO.. You change a couple of hooks, a couple of lines, and eliminate Mama I Made It & 30s the new 20, and you’ve got a good album.

    I kinda like Hollywood. I wonder if people just hear Beyonce wailing on it and go into the baffling anti-Bey stance. The song is actually a pretty good read into what it’s like being a TMZ Target.

    (also, that white boy on TMZ pisses me off.. the blonde surfer cracker with the long hair.. I kinda wanna kick the shit out of him–nh)

  11. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Remember when people used to say the year at the beginning of the song? “for the nine four”, “live for the nine five”, I kinda miss that, lol. I guess the positive association with that music as a kid is the reason.

  12. 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.

  13. mashout36 Says:

    Fat Joe spotted in the hood….
    ^^^^
    I used to see Joe in Harlem all the time.

  14. 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

  15. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    The best opening line ever

    “YES THE RYTHM THE REBEL”

    The worst opening line ever(wrong as well)

    “DIZZY GILLESPIE PLAYS THE SAX”

  16. ave Says:

    Fat Joe spotted in the hood….
    i see joe like every month in harlem n bx only “rapper” dat i do b seein in da hood

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