Video: Dres of Black Sheep – Doin It Wrong (Remix)

Here’s a visual for a joint off the Prelude Remix EP that Dres put out in anticipation of his solo full length, From The Black Pool of Genius.


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11 Responses to “Video: Dres of Black Sheep – Doin It Wrong (Remix)”

  1. the-xfacta Says:

    Remixznflow Says:

    May 7th, 2010 at 12:28 pm
    Exactly what is our fascination of a part of the body that is funky, and waste comes from it?

    ^
    imma act like you didnt really mean this…

    ^^

    Actually I did mean it.. When you break it down the ass is one of the natiest parts of the body yet we love a big one.. Why is that? I like big asses, I just want to know why we like them so much?

    tits>ass

  2. landlord Says:

    yo gravity is that you?

    i went straight to the Some People Hate Freestyle and was pleasantly suprised no homo…

    the original is a tough act to follow, so whoever went in held they own forreal …

  3. hl Says:

    Basically, Biggie made some disrespectful comments about E-40 in NY, then traveled out to the bay to do a show. Some of E-40’s goons got the drop on BIG and put him on the phone with E-40, who basically held that niggas life in his hand. E-40 decided to let that nigga slide…

    Pretty much…I would have begged for my life too. But if that’s not sonning I don’t know what is.

  4. JihaD Says:

    landlord Says:
    May 7th, 2010 at 12:25 pm
    hl Says:

    May 7th, 2010 at 12:22 pm
    I heard about E-40 sonning Biggie years ago.

    ——

    what happened? … i aint heardothat

    ^^

    Basically, Biggie made some disrespectful comments about E-40 in NY, then traveled out to the bay to do a show. Some of E-40’s goons got the drop on BIG and put him on the phone with E-40, who basically held that niggas life in his hand. E-40 decided to let that nigga slide…

    Peep: ballerstatus.com/2010/03/02/e-40-says-he-gave-notorious-b-i-g-a-pass-during-one-visit-to-the-bay/

    JihaD

  5. landlord Says:

    tits>ass

    ——-

    word

  6. oh4werd Says:

    ballerstatus.com/2010/03/02/e-40-says-he-gave-notorious-b-i-g-a-pass-during-one-visit-to-the-bay/

    ^^^

    jus back from lunch and i swear i heard about this a long time ago im a go read up on it.

    @ land- that comment u made about no one understandin canibus..lol

  7. Jersey*made*me Says:

    tits>ass

    ^^

    I agree but I got surrounded like Biggie in Oakland when I said this on here,lol.

    cOLD MUST be at lunch.

  8. Remixznflow Says:

    Actually I did mean it.. When you break it down the ass is one of the natiest parts of the body yet we love a big one.. Why is that? I like big asses, I just want to know why we like them so much?

    tits>ass

    ^
    its in every mans nature to look at the child bearing features of a woman.. bigger is better.. simple.

  9. why? Says:

    Bouncing female booties while she riding you is a blessing.

    Just kind of hard to find a chick who would let you put it the back. Porn can give you ideas that never come to fruition.

  10. landlord Says:

    Just kind of hard to find a chick who would let you put it the back.

    ———–

    cause its only supposed to go in the front … mouth, coochie, or between the tittyballs… ass fucking is for deviants

    #noshots

  11. 5V Says:

    landlord Says:
    May 7th, 2010 at 11:24 am
    i think you have to be a black man to fully and clearly appreciate jay electronica’s greatness… he’s not always speaking to everyone …

    #noshots
    ================
    *late pass* being white, I can definitely see what you’re saying, especially when it comes to him rapping about the 5 percenters and Nation of Islam, that’s just some shit that I was never schooled to growing up. But I’m also someone who loves to continuously learn and expand my mind in any direction that a subject takes me, so that’s actually what continues to draw me to Jay-E’s music.
    He’s generally speaking on things that I don’t know much about, but as he does it [||], it broadens my interest in said subject matter, rather than just make me want to hear more and more dope rhyme patterns of non-sense. It’s more than just the music with Jay so far, and I don’t let his messages go over my head without an effort to find the meaning. I wish more people felt this way about music (especially the artists), because with his combo of unorthodox (for rap) philosophies and lyrical talent, I feel like this guy has a chance to do something special.

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