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Video: Swizz Beatz Walks Around the Upper West Side w/ The WSJ

Swizz Beatz goes to pick up his son from school and takes the Wall Street Journal on a walkabout of the Upper West Side, and talks about growing up in the South Bronx.

Previously: Busta Rhymes feat. Swizz Beatz – Stop The Party


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115 Responses to “Video: Swizz Beatz Walks Around the Upper West Side w/ The WSJ”

  1. Safe Says:

    Too short(ll)

  2. SeniorCivilian Says:

    1. Safe Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 6:32 pm

    Too short(ll)
    ^Word. Swizz isn’t too interesting a character though. They shoulda got Alicia on there.

  3. B Says:

    Roc Marciano has restored my faith in hiphop

  4. BK...Then Them Says:

    I’m not sure how I feel about the producer dying to be known era…I’m leaning towards it sucking…

  5. Deen Says:

    Which producer is the most notorious fame whore?

    Gotta be a blood fight between Dre, Swizz and Pharrell.

  6. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    Which producer is the most notorious fame whore?

    Gotta be a blood fight between Dre, Swizz and Pharrell.

    ^^
    Timbaland takes the cake though.

  7. Shooter Says:

    Which producer is the most notorious fame whore?

    Gotta be a blood fight between Dre, Swizz and Pharrell.
    ^^^^

    at least Pharell is the front man (n) for N.E.R.D so that makes sense and Dre doesnt seem that fame whorish

    if we were still recognising Diddy as a producer it wouldnt even be close

  8. 5V Says:

    B Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 6:57 pm
    Roc Marciano has restored my faith in hiphop
    =============
    Any of you wanna link/email that? I’m only finding .rar files in the torrents I’ve searched. Or is this one of those, “go out and buy that shit yourself”-type of albums?

  9. sleep Says:

    Dallas braiden pitched a perfect game. I wonder what arod is thinking.

    Rondo just had one of the best playoff performances ever

  10. JDollaz12 Says:

    @5v – i did some searching on-line for it today after hearing some cuts, and could only find it through fatbeats.com i didn’t see any retail joints (fye & best buy) even recognizing it as being available.

  11. Shooter Says:

    Rondo just had one of the best playoff performances ever
    ^^^

    word, smh at a point guard getting 18 rebounds

  12. SeniorCivilian Says:

    # JDollaz12 Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 7:20 pm

    @5v – i did some searching on-line for it today after hearing some cuts, and could only find it through fatbeats.com i didn’t see any retail joints (fye & best buy) even recognizing it as being available.
    ^SMH, and they expect us not to pirate music? Make music available and I might (probably not) buy it.

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

    Which producer is the most notorious fame whore?
    =======================================
    Polow Da Dum

    He’s cooled off alot but right after Throw Some D’s he was on some Super Producer Solar shit.

  14. Deen Says:

    Rap “albums/mixtapes” of the year so far:
    1. Roc Marciano – Marcberg
    2. Big KRIT – KRIT wuz here
    3. Ruste Juxx & Marco Polo – The EXXecution
    4. Jeezy – Trap or Die 2

  15. Deen Says:

    Polow Da Dum

    ^^^^^^

    I suppose he tried hard, but he never really hit that other level.

  16. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Fuck it. Solar’s the biggest fame whore. He took advantage of a man’s life AND DEATH to get some level of fame.

    So while he’s low on the fame part of “fame whore”, he’s high on the whore part. High enough to win.

    Solar it is.

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

    Rap “albums/mixtapes” of the year so far:
    1. Roc Marciano – Marcberg
    2. Big KRIT – KRIT wuz here
    3. Ruste Juxx & Marco Polo – The EXXecution
    4. Jeezy – Trap or Die 2
    ========================
    Co-sizzle.

    Marcberg is the real deal.

  18. B Says:

    @5v just google marcberg megaupload i got it off there

  19. PATRON JAMES Says:

    lebron always crying

  20. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    Rondo just had one of the best playoff performances ever
    ^^^

    word, smh at a point guard getting 18 rebounds

    ^^
    yeah…i saw the stats i was like: Aint he like 6″ or somethin?? the fuck happened? did he collect them feathers from Super Mario Kart off the court?

  21. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    LF: Over’s hit 14 on the Hot 100 so far…not bad for a disappointing song. This guy might still have close to a milli in first weeks sales in him. Sometimes we [blogs, blog commentators] are quick to hype guys up and give up on them. Wayne apparenlty missed his chance when he didn’t release TC3 at the end of 07, but it turned out he was fine.

    Drake’s gonna need a hit almost as big as Lollipop close to the album release date if he wants to do a milli though.

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

    Sometimes we [blogs, blog commentators] are quick to hype guys up and give up on them
    ==================================
    Sometimes I catch myself shitting on this kid knowing damn well i was waving the flag way early.

    I still want him to win though.

    It’s just that SFG set the bar really, really high.

  23. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    It’s just that SFG set the bar really, really high.
    ———————————————

    Yep.

  24. Deen Says:

    When it comes to the general populace, wheelchair will do okay. Worst case scenario, he’ll ghostwrite and work in the shadows.

    But for the crowd that visits Nah, he can’t win. It doesn’t matter what he does, he can’t win. I guess that would make him the Canadian-Jew version of Nasir.

    Speaking of Nasir, that Distant Relatives shit is fire. Put that at the top of that last list.

  25. verses Says:

    The LOX ft. Max Agende – Gritty Shit

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    yo this is crack.

  26. PATRON JAMES Says:

    NBA on TNT GOAT NBA show

  27. B Says:

    Drake really has the machine behind him,and if he doesn’t live up to expectations,he can always write r&b songs for others.it’s still amazing how many hits he’s been on with no album

  28. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Game’s starting soon. I’m out…peace.

  29. SeniorCivilian Says:

    GOAT album, any genre: Led Zeppelin IV. FACT.

  30. verses Says:

    LF: Over’s hit 14 on the Hot 100 so far…not bad for a disappointing song. This guy might still have close to a milli in first weeks sales in him. Sometimes we [blogs, blog commentators] are quick to hype guys up and give up on them. Wayne apparenlty missed his chance when he didn’t release TC3 at the end of 07, but it turned out he was fine.

    Drake’s gonna need a hit almost as big as Lollipop close to the album release date if he wants to do a milli though.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    blah blah blah blah….

    Drake is creating his ‘own lane’ catering for / targeting disabled Canadian Homo’s.

    The bean counters over at Young Money (who double as accountants and janitors for Broland Gas Pty. Ltd.) must of done some market research or something.

    It remains to be seen if catering to such a specialised audience (i.e disabled Canadian Homos) will translate to going quadrupole titanium…or at least double Adamantium.

    *sarcasm*

  31. Macson Escobar Says:

    Swizz&Keys

    World has no pity

    Almighty God Who ?

    Come On

    HHNF

    ps:
    peace yall tho

  32. Rec Says:

    Solars twitter hacked

    twitter.com/solar_7grand

  33. Alpha Says:

    Big Boi’s album is shaping up to be kinda dope.

  34. Alpha Says:

    GOAT album, any genre: Led Zeppelin IV. FACT.

    ^^

    Purple Rain>>BP1>>>Ooff The Wall>>>IV

  35. Alpha Says:

    GOAT album, any genre: Led Zeppelin IV. FACT.

    ^^

    Purple Rain>>BP1>>>off The Wall>>>IV

  36. diyhai Says:

    that pound at the end was mad awkward lol

  37. No_neva-eva Says:

    Solars twitter hacked

    twitter.com/solar_7grand

    ^^^^^^

    This shit is about to get wild.

  38. Shooter Says:

    Solars twitter hacked

    twitter.com/solar_7grand
    ^^^

    lol

  39. Macson Escobar Says:

    GOAT album, any genre: Led Zeppelin IV. FACT.

    ^^

    Purple Rain>>BP1>>>off The Wall>>>IV

    ^
    Purple Rain >

    It Was Written >

    Distant Relatives >

    Best Of Both World >

    Stat Quo’s Statlanta >>>
    (it will be the success of this year, critically)

  40. Macson Escobar Says:

    Mama Said Knock You Out

  41. Macson Escobar Says:

    Suicidal Convictions

  42. SeniorCivilian Says:

    Macson Escobar Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 9:00 pm
    Best Of Both World >
    ^Lol. I don’t know what’s worse, to think that he’s talking about the Jay-Z & R. Kelly album or some Hannah Montana shit.

  43. PATRON JAMES Says:

    shout out to the niggas that did hacked that fags twitter page

  44. PATRON JAMES Says:

    shout out to the niggas that hacked that fags twitter page

  45. Shooter Says:

    Best Of Both World >
    ^^^

    your not talkng about that R Kelly and Jay album are you??

  46. plug Says:

    Lol @ somebody hackin solars email

  47. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    YO…

    any uh y’all from the tri-state area that gave ya moms a basket on the hum for mothers day is dead wrong.

    that aint love. an i aint talking bout no flower basket either.

    happy mothers day!

    *winky*(c)jorge

  48. JihaD Says:

    Alpha Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 8:49 pm
    GOAT album, any genre: Led Zeppelin IV. FACT.

    ^^

    Purple Rain>>BP1>>>Ooff The Wall>>>IV

    ^^^

    Songs in the Key of Life>>>Thriller>>Ready to Die>>IV>> Black Album (Metallica)>>Illmatic

    I gotta drop Purple Rain in there, but can’t figure our where it should be…

    JihaD

  49. Macson Escobar Says:

    Best Of Both World Is fire…classic collaboration
    songz are dope, in the sense of party music
    club bangers in terms of rnb/rap ish !

    __________

    Closer I Get To You – Max B > MUSIC

  50. hl Says:

    Co-sizzle.

    Marcberg is the real deal.

    ^Can’t wait to hear this entire album.

  51. hl Says:

    What’s Metallica?

  52. koa29 Says:

    off topic… but i’m sittin here listenin to this track “Smile” by 50 and it makes a nigga think

    50 needs to do more shit like this. No more drug raps… that shit doesn’t hit hard (II) anymore. It’s all about genre blending. Hope Black Magic has some bangers behind it.

  53. koa29 Says:

    oh, and im not saying “Smile” is genre-blending, but he’s rapping about real shit. He did the same shit on Flight 187 and that shit goes…

  54. Shooter Says:

    Best Of Both World Is fire…classic collaboration
    ^^^

    lol

  55. Macson Escobar Says:

    Fiddy wanted to do sOULful muzak
    (before BISD1st/CURTIS2nd then he get back to CURTIS1st/BISD2nd)
    and smile was that type of shit..

  56. Macson Escobar Says:

    Shooter Says:

    May 9th, 2010 at 9:48 pm
    Best Of Both World Is fire…classic collaboration
    ^^^

    lol

    ^

    Jay Z & R Kelly
    it was like Bejito fusion Music
    ya’ll are fool ! party like rockstarz !! heat !!!

    Distant Relatives iz like best of both hoods… NAS VS JAY still lol :) (smile like fifty so)

    weezy has so much combo in works, nothing happen after and because of Carter3 success… and music industry crisis and also cuz of coonery and stupidity of some A&R. remember all that :
    Lil wayne and Juelz Santana – I can’t feel my face
    Lil wayne and Lloyd – best of young world
    Lil wayne and T-Pain – T-Wayne
    but Baby aka Birdman iz a damn mogul ass nikka,
    we will have a Like Father Like Son 2 before all that for sure
    cash cow son weezy iz just a not-businessman rapper by himself

  57. Macson Escobar Says:

    1 “The Best Of Both Worlds” STRAIGHT FIRE PURE CLASSIC
    2 “Take You Home With Me” DAMN FIRE
    3 “Break Up To Make Up” COOL
    4 “It Ain’t Personal” CLASSIC
    5 “The Streets” CLASSIC
    6 “Green Light” HOT
    7 “Naked” Kelz Interlude
    8 “Shake Ya Body” COOL
    9 “Somebody’s Girl” COOL
    10 “Get This Money” COOL
    11 “Shorty” HOT
    12 “Honey” HOT
    13 “Pussy” P.U.S.S.Y
    PARTY ALBUM AS WELL ! THAT’S ALL

  58. Charles Oakley Says:

    Best of Both Worlds’s aint a bad album. cool party tunes

  59. Charles Oakley Says:

    Somebody’s Girl was the GOAT song when I was frosh or soph in high school.

  60. Charles Oakley Says:

    touched all types of titty balls while listening to that album

  61. Alpha Says:

    Best of Both Worlds’s aint a bad album. cool party tunes

    ^

    Word… Over time the album has improved, similar to Kingdom Come.

  62. Charles Oakley Says:

    1 “The Best Of Both Worlds” STRAIGHT FIRE PURE CLASSIC
    2 “Take You Home With Me” DAMN FIRE
    13 “Pussy” P.U.S.S.Y
    ^^
    *dead*

  63. Alpha Says:

    I wish “Unfinished Business” was a bad dream. IDK why they put that album out…

  64. Shooter Says:

    shoutout to hl and his San Antonio Spurs

  65. SeniorCivilian Says:

    It’s weird to think that Jay actually made that album. As unabashedly pop as he has gone, I can’t see him doing anything like that today.

  66. Macson Escobar Says:

    Alpha Says:

    May 9th, 2010 at 10:11 pm
    I wish “Unfinished Business” was a bad dream. IDK why they put that album out…

    ^cuz it was just textually Unfinished Business !!!

  67. Macson Escobar Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=VEKx7Nxh5NE&feature=related
    Best Of Both World is a classic in its own !

    If U Switch 2 songs and Put Fiesta remix & Guilty

    make a right promo, wit 5 videos at least

    U Have a multi plat ish right here

    back then 5 milli on sales izy

  68. hl Says:

    shoutout to hl and his San Antonio Spurs

    lol…word…

  69. JihaD Says:

    hl Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 9:42 pm
    What’s Metallica?

    ^^^

    Your joking, right?

    JihaD

  70. Shooter Says:

    Fiesta Remix uncut video >>>

    easily the best thing about that collaboration

  71. Macson Escobar Says:

    I Get Money Rmx Forbes 123 aka Good, Bad, Ugly

    Scarface, Master P & Baby for the south

    Wayne, T.I. & Ludacris

  72. Shooter Says:

    nothing by Metallica is > Illmatic

    GTFOH

  73. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    Roc Marciano has restored my faith in hiphop

    ^^

    I’ve been bumping Snow on repeat with the :( face.

  74. Macson Escobar Says:

    Rebirth > Metallica & the whole rock world

    ;)

  75. hl Says:

    JihaD Says:
    Your joking, right?

    ^Yeah I was joking. But I don’t listen to them and would never put them in the same sentence as Stevie, Nas, or Prince. They could be great for all I know though.

  76. JihaD Says:

    Shooter Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 10:31 pm
    nothing by Metallica is > Illmatic

    GTFOH

    ^^^

    Shoot yourself if you thinking that people EVERYWHERE is recognizing Nasir Jones over anything Metallica has ever done, and this is from a hip-hop head since 89… Get your music game up and stop thinking the world revolves around recycled Kanye West beats and shitty Dwayne Carter rhymes. Nasir’ Jones Illmatic did not influence a genre or music, but the Metallica’s Black Album is seriously considered one of the greatest recorded CDs of ALL TIME, regardless of genre, and maybe you need to do like like Clinton Sparks’ drop says and “get familiar”… FOH…

    JihaD

  77. hl Says:

    Get your music game up and stop thinking the world revolves around recycled Kanye West beats and shitty Dwayne Carter rhymes.

    No.

  78. Black Brokaw Says:

    jihad have you listend to metallica before? if so do you bump metallica?

  79. Shooter Says:

    Enter The Wu Tang > Enter Sandman

  80. NESTLE SNIPES Says:

    David Robinson is a fuck boy. Bitch boy.

    I dont consider that soft ass nigga Black.

  81. Black Brokaw Says:

    hold up…..

    JihaD Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 10:40 pm
    and this is from a hip-hop head since 89…

    Nasir’ Jones Illmatic did not influence a genre or music,

    ^Jihad, does this make sense to you?

  82. JihaD Says:

    Black Brokaw Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 10:42 pm
    jihad have you listend to metallica before? if so do you bump metallica?

    ^^

    I own every Metallica CD up til St. Anger, which is when I stopped listening to their newer music. And yes, I do listen to their music quite a bit, along with older Ozzy, AC/DC, Smashing Pumpkins, Drowning Pool, Sublime, and other rock/ska/alternative groups. I also listen to the Dramatics, Sly & Family Stone, Prince, Mike Jack, Teddy, James Brown, Ray, etc. I play everything in my house from Charlie Parker to Mobb Deep to Garl Jule, and I will continue to do so, as there is something for everyone musically if your willing to broaden your horizons.

    JihaD

  83. JihaD Says:

    Black Brokaw Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 10:50 pm
    hold up…..

    JihaD Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 10:40 pm
    and this is from a hip-hop head since 89…

    Nasir’ Jones Illmatic did not influence a genre or music,

    ^Jihad, does this make sense to you?

    ^^^

    Yea, it does. Please show me where Nas’ Illmatic created a shift in hip-hop’s tone, content, or musical structure… I can argue that Big’s Ready to Die was far more influental to New York hip-hop and particularly Nas’ shift in content than ANYTHING Nas has ever released.Illmatic caused no structural shift in the climate of hip-hop– it was just an amazing CD, and thats the truth.

    JihaD

  84. PW Says:

    Mad props to that chick who hacked into Solar’s email and Twitter. That nig is being exposed.

  85. Deen Says:

    I can’t even fuck with this shit tonight.

  86. Shooter Says:

    Shoot yourself if you thinking that people EVERYWHERE is recognizing Nasir Jones over anything Metallica has ever done, and this is from a hip-hop head since 89… Get your music game up and stop thinking the world revolves around recycled Kanye West beats and shitty Dwayne Carter rhymes. Nasir’ Jones Illmatic did not influence a genre or music, but the Metallica’s Black Album is seriously considered one of the greatest recorded CDs of ALL TIME, regardless of genre, and maybe you need to do like like Clinton Sparks’ drop says and “get familiar”… FOH…
    ^^^^

    I’ve heard the Black Album, but I’m not putting that shit above one of, if not my favourite hip hop LP’s ever and you are on a hip hop blog so expect other’s sentiments to be similar

    Its not because I’m ignorant to other genres of music, but yeh I am biased towards a great hip hop album over a great heavy metal album.

    And how are you going to say Illmatic didnt influence a genre of music??

  87. PATRON JAMES Says:

    NESTLE SNIPES Says:

    May 9th, 2010 at 10:50 pm
    David Robinson is a fuck boy. Bitch boy.

    I dont consider that soft ass nigga Black.

    ^
    none of them niggas on the spurs are black

  88. hl Says:

    Please show me where Nas’ Illmatic created a shift in hip-hop’s tone, content, or musical structure…

    youtube.com/watch?v=FFzyj4jwukY&feature=player_embedded

  89. Black Brokaw Says:

    I don’t believe you Jihad. Not with those statements. For some reason i think you just googled that shit.

  90. Deen Says:

    It’s attitudes like this metallica shit that allow people to dismiss hip-hop as a genre. It’s up to our generation to rep for our shit. Just say you don’t like Nas/Illmatic and people will give your argument some respect. Claiming that it wasn’t influential is just dishonest.

    …and yeah, I’ve listened to every metallica and Nas CD.

  91. PATRON JAMES Says:

    Macson Escobar Says:

    May 9th, 2010 at 9:51 pm
    Shooter Says:

    May 9th, 2010 at 9:48 pm
    Best Of Both World Is fire…classic collaboration
    ^^^

    lol

    ^

    Jay Z & R Kelly
    it was like Bejito fusion Music
    ya’ll are fool ! party like rockstarz !! heat !!!

    Distant Relatives iz like best of both hoods… NAS VS JAY still lol :) (smile like fifty so)

    weezy has so much combo in works, nothing happen after and because of Carter3 success… and music industry crisis and also cuz of coonery and stupidity of some A&R. remember all that :
    Lil wayne and Juelz Santana – I can’t feel my face
    Lil wayne and Lloyd – best of young world
    Lil wayne and T-Pain – T-Wayne
    but Baby aka Birdman iz a damn mogul ass nikka,
    we will have a Like Father Like Son 2 before all that for sure
    cash cow son weezy iz just a not-businessman rapper by himself

    ^
    birdman will always find a way to make money off of wayne

  92. Mr.Londoner Says:

    # hl Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 11:00 pm

    Please show me where Nas’ Illmatic created a shift in hip-hop’s tone, content, or musical structure…

    youtube.com/watch?v=FFzyj4jwukY&feature=player_embedded
    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
    lulz those.. msg speeches were so epic.. Classic Yeezy

    vimeo.com/2232336

  93. Alpha Says:

    Illmatic caused no structural shift in the climate of hip-hop–

    ^

    Bro, NOBODY was on that level of rhyming when Nas hit the scene. Illmatic took Lyricism to a new level, especially for the 90s. The before & after effect Illmatic had was crazy…

  94. Shooter Says:

    whens the last time the Spurs got swept? smh

  95. ridalen Says:

    Not Afraid >>>>>>>>

  96. hl Says:

    whens the last time the Spurs got swept? smh

    I think it was 2001. Did I say I liked the Spurs? Nahright? Go Boston!

  97. JihaD Says:

    Deen Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 11:03 pm
    It’s attitudes like this metallica shit that allow people to dismiss hip-hop as a genre. It’s up to our generation to rep for our shit. Just say you don’t like Nas/Illmatic and people will give your argument some respect. Claiming that it wasn’t influential is just dishonest.

    …and yeah, I’ve listened to every metallica and Nas CD.

    ^^^

    So now I don’t like Illmatic even though I clearly put it on my personal list of BEST CDs (of any genre) ever made? Did you even follow this conversation or just see the last comment?

    @ Shooter,

    Your opinion is your opinion. Its not my job or position to change it, but you have no argument other than “your personal favorite LP.” My personal “Favorite” LP ever is Ready to Die, but what does that mean in the grand scheme of things? I stand by my original statement of get your music game up and actually study how this hip-hop shit fits into music as a whole. Historically, stylistically, and culturally, hip-hop is just hitting its adolecence as a musical genre and culture, so its influence is primarily relevant TODAY, in the here and now, but who knows how relevant it will be 10 years from now?

    Black Brokaw Says:
    May 9th, 2010 at 11:01 pm
    I don’t believe you Jihad. Not with those statements. For some reason i think you just googled that shit.

    ^^

    Googled what? How about you answer my question before attempting to critique the music I listen to…

    @ Alpha:

    Please point out the CDs which emulated Illmatic, either structurally, thematically, or sonically… Point out the MCS who bit Nas’ style… Go ahead, I can wait. Like I said, Ready to Die did more (for good and bad) for East Coast hip-hop then Illmatic did, especially in the 90s. It was to the point that Nas’ adopted Big’s blueprint and dropped It Was Written, and these are facts.

    JihaD

  98. buddyholly Says:

    That Nas/Marley Distant Relatives has leaked

    Make sure to cop that retail, support that nigga Nas support good music u fucks

  99. baby jesus Says:

    Make sure to cop that retail

    ^
    where they do that at?

  100. Alpha Says:

    where they do that at?

    ^

    The last thing esco needs is err body and they grandma dl’n his album lol he hurtin’ somethen terrible right now g…

  101. hl Says:

    Please point out the CDs which emulated Illmatic, either structurally, thematically, or sonically… Point out the MCS who bit Nas’ style…

    SMH…You can’t be serious. You might need to step YOUR music game up. I’m out though.

    Still SMH…

  102. baby jesus Says:

    he hurtin’ somethen terrible right now g…

    ^
    oh word? tell him to get in line wit the rest of us

  103. baby jesus Says:

    no homo

  104. Shooter Says:

    That Nas/Marley Distant Relatives has leaked
    ^^^

    might have to give in (n) and see if I can find it

  105. Deen Says:

    The real question is “who didn’t bite Nas?”

    Ask Ghost and Rae, they’ll tell you.

    I’m coppin Distant Relatives. I know about 70% of my purchase is going to Kelis, but whatever…

  106. PATRON JAMES Says:

    nas working for espn now

  107. sir charles Says:

    Does everyone have their tight jeans and lensless glasses on? All these faggot nahggers are going to get hit in their nahgins. I picture walking into eskay’s room and seeing him with tea and a lit candle telling his bitch to turn the tv off and respect mother earth. I’ll take a shit in your lawn at 1 PM on a Sunday, see if I give a fuck.

  108. silas aka simon Says:

    as far as the drake biz goes hes not a superstar in his on right at all he was top of the line on that young money crew but without wayne droping some verses drake dont have it and i dont even know what to say about old boy yelling omg and running from the titties to the otherside of the stage

    what nobody said about illmatic was nas did that shit when he was 19 or something and then didnt do shit illmatic was epic as fck when it droped but nas just never capitalized on that creative space he was in like big kept it moving not that i like big over nas but illmatic can go head to head with any hip hop album

  109. why? Says:

    “You’re coming of age in a 24/7 media environment that bombards us with all kinds of content and exposes us to all kinds of arguments, some of which don’t always rank that high on the truth meter. And with iPods and iPads, and Xboxes and PlayStations – none of which I know how to work — information becomes a distraction, a diversion, a form of entertainment, rather than a tool of empowerment, rather than the means of emancipation. So all of this is not only putting pressure on you; it’s putting new pressure on our country and on our democracy.”

    ^
    Mr. President just fired shots while Killa is shopping in a bathrobe –

    twitvid.com/7CRRN

  110. The Truth... Says:

    JihaD Says:
    …..hip-hop is just hitting its adolecence as a musical genre and culture, so its influence is primarily relevant TODAY, in the here and now, but who knows how relevant it will be 10 years from now?
    __________________

    ^^ That’s because media is promoting the wrong shit…because of their personal interests…but we all know that. That’s why I’m upset when I see 5 posts per day on young money, nicki minaj, etc….that shit is gay. Quit talking about that shit if you actually care about the culture. PERIOD! No ifs, ands or buts (II). That shit is killing the culture. That’s “here today, gone tomorrow” shit. If you promote that shit, you don’t care about Hip Hop. And you can hate on that if you want.

    >>>> Bro, NOBODY was on that level of rhyming when Nas hit the scene. Illmatic took Lyricism to a new level, especially for the 90s. The before & after effect Illmatic had was crazy…

    ^^ I agree….think about it. Something made that album so much doper than everything else. It was the level that he brought it to. I don’t think Ready To Die had the same effect, even though I think it is also a classic album. Those are probably my top 2, even though I don’t like “top” lists.

    Also…..go buy that Roc Marciano. Don’t DL that shit…you cheap fucks. Help save the culture…don’t make shit worse.

  111. Poon Sampler Says:

    I guess I concur, this nigg Marciano music is ill…1st time I heard Marcberg just now

    Nothing as good as poon though…

    pooN SampleR

  112. The Truth... Says:

    youtube(dot)com(slash)watch?v=eo2YnN-wpyI

    ^^ my name….

  113. Macson Escobar Says:

    Illmatic —> How To Use Mics BOOK

  114. cOLD Says:

    Yea, it does. Please show me where Nas’ Illmatic created a shift in hip-hop’s tone, content, or musical structure… I can argue that Big’s Ready to Die was far more influental to New York hip-hop and particularly Nas’ shift in content than ANYTHING Nas has ever released.Illmatic caused no structural shift in the climate of hip-hop– it was just an amazing CD, and thats the truth.

    JihaD

    ^ smh…

  115. Johnny Cadelco Says:

    JihaD is a DOOF

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