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Audio: Scarface Not Feeling VH1’s “Dirty South” Hip-Hop Honors Tribute

I regret to inform you that I will not be attending the dirty south hip hop honors that’s an insult to us DIRTY SOUTH huh????smh @vh1Thu May 13 09:48:00 via Echofon

Face called into the HoodHype Show last night to express his displeasure with VH1 for the “Dirty South” label that has been applied to their upcoming Hip-Hop Honors tribute to Southern MCs. Now, Scarface is probably my favorite Southern MC ever, but I’m not sure I understand his beef. He says he doesn’t appreciate being called “dirty” but at the same time he says he never had a problem with the Dungeon Family’s popularization of the term. I guess it’s one of those we-can-refer-to-ourselves-as-such-but-don’t-you-dare type of things. LOL @ this all of a sudden being an issue. But then again it’s fucking Scarface, dude has earned the right to feel however the fuck he wants.

[audio:http://mickings.com/hood_blog/interview_scarface.mp3]

Propers to JMack for sending this over.


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173 Responses to “Audio: Scarface Not Feeling VH1’s “Dirty South” Hip-Hop Honors Tribute”

  1. hl Says:

    I can respect Scarface not wanting to be apart of the show if they were trying to do some coonery. Not sure if that was the case though.

  2. rex hussla Says:

    Immobilarity had a couple dope tracks…especially towards the end. (Sneakers, My Favorite Dread) But overall that shit hurt. And Wu-Massacre….I’m just pretending that shit didn’t come out.

  3. the-xfacta Says:

    sealsaa Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 3:44 pm
    Wu Massacre was a train wreck, especially having followed Cuban Linx 2. Time pays off.

    —-

    I think that’s what made it sound so shitty. OB4CL 2 is a classic to me.. Wu Massacre had maybe 3 or 4 bangers and that’s being kind

  4. b Says:

    the show will go on with more relevant rappers happy to be in attendance.

  5. Black Says:

    Scarface is legend but gotdamn they goin too far with this shit. The South is winning, nobody is hating on you now. Them niggas is acting like they the middle child or something.

  6. mcb Says:

    Wu MAssacre was obv rushed
    OB4CL2 is fucking amazing/classic for now at minimum.

  7. rex hussla Says:

    Let’s be real…this show is gonna be horrible. Who are they gonna do tributes for, and who is gonna do them? This shit has trainwreck written all over it. Maybe Geto Boys and Outkast…and then what?

  8. hl Says:

    Lex Diamond story >>> Immobilarity

    Sneakers was the shit though.

  9. the-xfacta Says:

    Is calling a southern rapper a Dirty South Artist like calling a black man nigger? That’s how Face is trying to make it seem… All rappers over 40 should stop giving their opinions cause they usually sound crazy… derranged

  10. hl Says:

    Let’s be real…this show is gonna be horrible. Who are they gonna do tributes for, and who is gonna do them? This shit has trainwreck written all over it. Maybe Geto Boys and Outkast…and then what?

    Organized Noise.

  11. the-xfacta Says:

    Scarface is the South G.O.A.T. (IMO) but he sounds fucking stupid!

  12. Troyvul Says:

    G.U.R.U.

  13. Black Says:

    Maybe Geto Boys and Outkast…and then what?

    ^^^^^^^

    UGK

  14. hl Says:

    Is calling a southern rapper a Dirty South Artist like calling a black man nigger? That’s how Face is trying to make it seem…

    Face don’t would never admit it, but I think he don’t wanna be associated with that “bamma” shit. But he doesn’t wanna call it what it is. Same with Jay Elec.

  15. the-xfacta Says:

    Black Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 3:53 pm
    Maybe Geto Boys and Outkast…and then what?

    ^^^^^^^

    UGK

    ^^

    “I got a pocket full of stonnnnnnneeessssszzzz”

  16. youn Says:

    i wonder will wacka gucci and the rest get honored too

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

    Crazy as that sounds, I’m not sure if I’d want to tempt fate, if I were Lupe. eskay seems like one of the more unreasonable people on all of the Internets. (Which is saying something.) You see how he reacts when you say anything even mildly critical of his blog. God forbid if I were to ever actually accuse him of accepting payola. Which, for the record, I haven’t. I’m far too sophisticated a thinker to suspect an actual quid pro quo. Roffle. – Bol

  18. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    Face has a point tho….

    he’s a texas nigga and they refer to their region as the 3rd coast…

    those Atlanta bammas started that dirty south shit and are responsible for alot of the coonery taking place currently

  19. mcb Says:

    UGK
    Geto Boys
    Scarface
    Outkast
    Goodie Mob?
    little brother (not really dirty south)?

    mad artists prob

    maybe recog new artists like
    ti
    luda
    etc…

  20. rex hussla Says:

    The whole “South” thing is pretty ridiculous if you think about it…

    “East Coast” is NY

    “West Coast” is LA…maybe the Bay

    “South” is all of Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia and like 10 other states…of course they’re “winning”

  21. landlord Says:

    Maybe Geto Boys and Outkast…and then what?

    ————-

    MJG and 8 BALL !!

    LMAO

    PASTOR TROY !!

    LMAO

    2 LIVE CREW!!

    LMAO

    SILK DA SHOCKER !!

    LOLOL

    VH1 should rethink this and just play a rerun of “Metallica: Behind The music”

  22. b-ease Says:

    But then again it’s fucking Scarface, dude has earned the right to feel however the fuck he wants.

    ^^
    Word. This is mad stupid tho.

  23. the-xfacta Says:

    youn Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 3:54 pm
    i wonder will wacka gucci and the rest get honored too

    ——

    Are you fucking kidding me? Honored for what? What exactly has those two motherfuckers done in rap to be honored for? *waits*

  24. Black Says:

    Is calling a southern rapper a Dirty South Artist like calling a black man nigger?

    ^^^^^^

    Its different because the south originated the term. I just think that Scarface is mad cuz he missed the boat(commercially). Whatever tho his contribution cant be questioned but them niggas is starting to sound like bitches. Why Jay E aint comment on Wacky Flocka saying lyrics dont matter?

  25. b Says:

    diggy >>>>>>scarface

  26. landlord Says:

    Texas is NOT the dirty south…

    most black Texans have way more culture and class

  27. Dewill Says:

    BAMMA this BAMMA that…

  28. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # hl Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 3:48 pm

    I can respect Scarface not wanting to be apart of the show if they were trying to do some coonery. Not sure if that was the case though.
    —————————————————-

    Same.

  29. the-xfacta Says:

    rex hussla Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 3:55 pm
    The whole “South” thing is pretty ridiculous if you think about it…

    “East Coast” is NY

    “West Coast” is LA…maybe the Bay

    “South” is all of Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia and like 10 other states…of course they’re “winning”

    —-

    Question: What exactly are they winning? I think it’s pretty clear that for the most part the shit they are dropping is fuckking Charmin Tissue.. How is that winning exactly? Is it cause they are geting the airplay on the radio? Cause these niggas aren’t winning… Look at the sales.. Besides the regulars they aren’t selling shit..

  30. rex hussla Says:

    This is gonna be awesome though…Paul Wall and Mike Jones coming out and doing Southern Classics like Lil Jon’s BIA BIA…I can’t wait.

  31. hl Says:

    Texas is NOT the dirty south…

    most black Texans have way more culture and class

    Damn…lol…c’mon Land.

  32. b Says:

    wacky d>>>>>>> scarface

  33. Joe 88 Says:

    >Maybe Geto Boys and Outkast…and then what?

    ^Goodie Mob? 8Ball & MJG? No limit? I know niggas prolly don’t respect P, but his entreprepenueur skills alone places him in hip hop history. Jay Dick rides LeBron 24/7, but Master P was actually a sports agent. 3 6 Mafia? First rap grammy winners? It’s alot of people to honor from the south

  34. Fyodor Drostoyevsky Says:

    Emancipate that shit man!!!

  35. b Says:

    kris kross>>>>>>>scarface

  36. Joe 88 Says:

    U.G.K?

  37. b-ease Says:

    i wonder will wacka gucci and the rest get honored too

    ^^
    *blank stare*

  38. b Says:

    silk tha shokker >>>>>>> tupac

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

    3 6 Mafia? First rap grammy winners?
    =======================
    That was the Oscars & I think Em won one too.

  40. b-ease Says:

    This is gonna be awesome though…Paul Wall and Mike Jones coming out and doing Southern Classics like Lil Jon’s BIA BIA…I can’t wait.

    ^^
    LMAO!

  41. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    P also made it to the league after numerous attempts….

    on the rap steez he fathered all the marketing scheme’s niggas u now

  42. Black Says:

    Question: What exactly are they winning? I think it’s pretty clear that for the most part the shit they are dropping is fuckking Charmin Tissue.. How is that winning exactly? Is it cause they are geting the airplay on the radio? Cause these niggas aren’t winning… Look at the sales.. Besides the regulars they aren’t selling shit..

    ^^^^^^

    Its way easier for a southern artist to get a shot then any other region. That cant be denied. Drake and Nikki Minaj have the biggest buzz in the game right now and got it throught their association with Wayne. The South just makes the most noise right now. As far as the quality of music tho 94.5% of it is garbage.

  43. the-xfacta Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 3:59 pm
    >Maybe Geto Boys and Outkast…and then what?

    ^Goodie Mob? 8Ball & MJG? No limit? I know niggas prolly don’t respect P, but his entreprepenueur skills alone places him in hip hop history. Jay Dick rides LeBron 24/7, but Master P was actually a sports agent. 3 6 Mafia? First rap grammy winners? It’s alot of people to honor from the south

    ^^

    Nigga you sound like a fucking fool.. We realize you like P but he’s not a fucking legend.. He’s a nigger that made some albums.. Period! He was a sports agent who fucked up Ricky Williams’ contract.. With this logic we should award Cedric Cebbalos and Kobe for being basketball players that made a “rap song”.. TFOH!

  44. landlord Says:

    Dewill Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 3:57 pm
    BAMMA this BAMMA that…

    ————

    i understand your beef with that… but know this..

    when i DO say Bamma, you dont come to mind… at least not based on your commentary… im mainly talmbout the coons and court jesters in the industry…

  45. b-ease Says:

    I’m guessing tributes to the Dungeon Family, Rap-A-Lot (Face and the GB), UGK, No Limit, and Cash Money. Works for me.

  46. Joe 88 Says:

    The deal P got with universal = unpresidented

  47. the-xfacta Says:

    @ the first rap grammy winners were Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince.. Wayyy before some down south niggers..

  48. Black Says:

    When Waka flocka gets 15 stacks to perform then them niggas is winning.

  49. b-ease Says:

    We realize you like P but he’s not a fucking legend..

    ^^
    No-sign.

  50. Hopp Says:

    So now there’s a whole template instead of just the picture of the tweet, huh ? Interesting. Well done.

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

    The deal Baby & Slim got with universal = unpresidented*

    Fixed*

  52. mcb Says:

    hussla Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 3:55 pm
    The whole “South” thing is pretty ridiculous if you think about it…

    “East Coast” is NY

    “West Coast” is LA…maybe the Bay

    “South” is all of Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia and like 10 other states…of course they’re “winning

    So where is North Carolina, MA, PA, etc…

  53. Dewill Says:

    down south niggers..

    ^^^^
    LOL

  54. the-xfacta Says:

    b-ease Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:02 pm
    We realize you like P but he’s not a fucking legend..

    ^^
    No-sign.

    ^^

    We had this argument before on Nah and nobody had an answer.. What the fuck constitutes being a Legend???

    Think carefully.

  55. b-ease Says:

    So now there’s a whole template instead of just the picture of the tweet, huh ? Interesting. Well done.

    ^^
    That’s funny if it’s sarcasm, even funnier if its not.

  56. b Says:

    eric b>>>>>>>>>scarface

  57. Black Says:

    Nigga you sound like a fucking fool.. We realize you like P but he’s not a fucking legend.. He’s a nigger that made some albums.. Period! He was a sports agent who fucked up Ricky Williams’ contract.. With this logic we should award Cedric Cebbalos and Kobe for being basketball players that made a “rap song”.. TFOH!

    ^^^^^

    It aint just music they honor tho right? Cuz Russell Simmons aint never rhyme and he got honored, P’s independent hustle cant be ignored.

  58. b Says:

    mr bean >>>>>>>>>>>scarface

  59. b-ease Says:

    We had this argument before on Nah and nobody had an answer.. What the fuck constitutes being a Legend???

    ^^
    Someone who’s made an impact on rap that can be quantified, and will be remembered as long as hiphop exists. 50 Cent, Hammer, and Master P all qualify.

  60. landlord Says:

    Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:01 pm
    P also made it to the league after numerous attempts….

    ——–

    what league you talkin about? the Justice League?

    that nigga was an EARLY cut in the Hornets camp back in the day… he was a publicity stunt… just like his son was supposed to gonna be a point guard superstar at USC… LMAO … them niggas aint official on the court …

  61. b Says:

    nanny from muppet babies>>>>>>>>>>scarface

  62. Joe 88 Says:

    Nigga you sound like a fucking fool.. We realize you like P but he’s not a fucking legend.. He’s a nigger that made some albums.. Period! He was a sports agent who fucked up Ricky Williams’ contract.. With this logic we should award Cedric Cebbalos and Kobe for being basketball players that made a “rap song”.. TFOH!

    ^So master p isnt a legend? (for the right or wrong reasons?) FOH, that’s like saying “whoop there it is” isnt a classic one hit wonder. SMH. What about luke? (his music isnt too great, but what he did outside of rap is well documented.

    It’s been proven that cats outside of NY did just as much as cats from NY did to further hip hop, good or bad, and there conquest should be rewarded

  63. b-ease Says:

    just like his son was supposed to gonna be a point guard superstar at USC… LMAO … them niggas aint official on the court …

    ^^
    Roffle, this is true.

  64. NovemberEnd Says:

    Scarface is apparently upset with the HipHop Honors being “segregated”….and felt like VH1 honored the South ‘just because’….(which is the sense i get)….these Hiphop Honor show are near 2 hrs w/ commercial breaks no disrespect but i don’t think the south have made enough memorable music to hold a 2hr show….

  65. the-xfacta Says:

    Ya niggas kill me.. With this type of thinking any nigger below DC that ever rhymed is a Dirty South Legend.. TFOH!

    Legend (accourding to most Nah Niggers) = If I like them they’re Legends.

  66. rex hussla Says:

    unpresidented
    ________________

    LMAOOOOOOOOO what happened to Obama?

  67. landlord Says:

    Master P is indeed a legend… but he damn sure aint worthy of no VH1 tribute…

  68. Black Says:

    It’s been proven that cats outside of NY did just as much as cats from NY did to further hip hop, good or bad, and there conquest should be rewarded

    ^^^^^^

    Basically if you talking bout the South u gotta talk about P.

  69. b Says:

    grandmaster b >>>>>>> scarface

  70. the-xfacta Says:

    b-ease Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:04 pm
    We had this argument before on Nah and nobody had an answer.. What the fuck constitutes being a Legend???

    ^^
    Someone who’s made an impact on rap that can be quantified, and will be remembered as long as hiphop exists. 50 Cent, Hammer, and Master P all qualify.

    ^^

    Nigger that’s anybody that rapped damn near.. So 85% of rappers are legends? TFOH!

  71. Joe 88 Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 4:03 pm
    The deal Baby & Slim got with universal = unpresidented*

    Fixed*

    ^Nah fam, the deal master p got was better, he owns his pub, something cash money doesn’t own. Cash Money got the second greatest deal being southern artist, but P did it first.

  72. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    harlemworld.wordpress.com/2010/05/04/the-new-danger/

    GOAT blog post by Harlem World.

    Just DOPE. This is a good read-I assure you, folks.

  73. landlord Says:

    unpresidented
    ________________

    LMAOOOOOOOOO what happened to Obama?

    ————-

    Thesaurus Ether

  74. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    what league you talkin about? the Justice League?
    ===========

    P aslo had a 10 day contract with the raptors B…google that CHAMP

  75. SuperCommenter BK Strong Says:

    What about Uncle Luke?

  76. mcb Says:

    WHAT ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA

  77. the-xfacta Says:

    SuperCommenter BK Strong Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:07 pm
    What about Uncle Luke?

    —-

    Per these niggers, the chinese motherfucker from Two Live Crew is a Legend!

  78. Hopp Says:

    Someone who’s made an impact on rap that can be quantified, and will be remembered as long as hiphop exists.

    ^^

    That seems valid, but what about contribution ? 50 Cent made an impact. Kanye West made an impact. Kanye West left a contribution. Did 50 ?

  79. b-ease Says:

    Nigger that’s anybody that rapped damn near..

    ^^
    No its not. Most rappers are either forgotten or have nothing to show for their time in the game in terms of influence.

  80. plug Says:

    when yall say P, are yall talkin bout Master P? if so he is a legend just off the notion being the first place I hear UGK and Soulja SLim

  81. Dewill Says:

    P as well as Uncle Luke are legends…

  82. rrahha Says:

    the interviewers/radio personalities in that scarface interview don’t know what they’re talking about half the time….

  83. hl Says:

    Outkast also declined to do the awards show, which makes me think Face has legit reason not to fuck with it.

  84. Troyvul Says:

    When Waka flocka gets 15 stacks to perform then them niggas is winning.
    ^
    word.

  85. the-xfacta Says:

    I’m a Nah Legend cause I contributed to the comment section..

  86. landlord Says:

    mcb Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:08 pm
    WHAT ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA

    ———-

    Charlotte is one of my favorite cities on Earth

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

    . In 1998, Cash Money signed a $30 million pressing and distribution contract with Universal, entitling the label to 85% of its royalties, 50% of its publishing revenues and ownership of all masters.

  88. the-xfacta Says:

    b-ease Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:08 pm
    Nigger that’s anybody that rapped damn near..

    ^^
    No its not. Most rappers are either forgotten

    —-

    Oh if I remember a rapper he’s a legend… Okay that makes a lot of sense

  89. plug Says:

    What about Uncle Luke?
    —–
    heck yeah he a legend. He was the one that faught for freedom of speech. he is chapter 1 of hip hop 101

  90. b-ease Says:

    That seems valid, but what about contribution ? 50 Cent made an impact. Kanye West made an impact. Kanye West left a contribution. Did 50 ?

    ^^
    Eh, the above seems like a semantic game to me, unless you can draw a clear line between the two concepts.

  91. rrahha Says:

    the interviewers/radio personalities in that scarface interview don’t know what they’re talking about 80% of the time….

  92. Dewill Says:

    lol…Any nigga that had shows where they was smashin chicks onstage is a legend… Uncle Luke >>>

  93. b Says:

    kirk cameron>>>>>>> scarface

  94. Joe 88 Says:

    the-xfacta Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 4:09 pm
    I’m a Nah Legend cause I contributed to the comment section..

    ^No-sign, you’re a legend for willingly wanting to eat cookie Johnson.

    Thread/

  95. b-ease Says:

    Oh if I remember a rapper he’s a legend…

    ^^
    You’re cherry picking without responding reasonably to anything I’ve threw out.

    By your definition, anybody I dont like = not a legend.

  96. b Says:

    scott baio>>>>>>>scarface

  97. landlord Says:

    Master P is an Entrepeneurial Legend…

    he DAMN sure aint no RAP legend …

  98. Troyvul Says:

    the-xfacta Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:09 pm
    I’m a Nah Legend cause I contributed to the comment section..
    ^
    We’re throwing cOLD a e-going away party, did you want commenting legends party?

  99. the-xfacta Says:

    b-ease Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:11 pm
    Oh if I remember a rapper he’s a legend…

    ^^
    You’re cherry picking without responding reasonably to anything I’ve threw out.

    By your definition, anybody I dont like = not a legend.

    —-

    That’s where you’re wrong Beezy or whoever you are this week cause I never gave a definition..

  100. b Says:

    felipe lopez>>>>>>>scarface

  101. the-xfacta Says:

    landlord Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:11 pm
    Master P is an Entrepeneurial Legend…

    he DAMN sure aint no RAP legend …

    —-

    This is a statement I can agree with!

  102. b-ease Says:

    That’s where you’re wrong Beezy or whoever you are this week

    ^^
    *blank stare*

    cause I never gave a definition..

    ^^
    You’re right, I gave you way too much credit. You havent said/typed shit.

  103. the-xfacta Says:

    Troyvul Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:12 pm
    the-xfacta Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:09 pm
    I’m a Nah Legend cause I contributed to the comment section..
    ^
    We’re throwing cOLD a e-going away party, did you want commenting legends party?

    I don’t understand cornball.. What does this mean nigger?

  104. Joe 88 Says:

    landlord Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 4:11 pm
    Master P is an Entrepeneurial Legend…

    he DAMN sure aint no RAP legend …

    ^But he’s a rap entreprenuer, so that doesn’t make him some type of rap legend? Suge Knight is a legend, and he never picked a mic up except for the 94′ source awards.

  105. landlord Says:

    Luke is a legend for fucking with and breaking down the censorship laws with his profane records and shows…

    he is NOT a RAP legend…

    wont be no Uncle Luke or Fresh Kid Ice dedication songs… belee dat

  106. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 4:10 pm

    That seems valid, but what about contribution ? 50 Cent made an impact. Kanye West made an impact. Kanye West left a contribution. Did 50 ?

    ^^
    Eh, the above seems like a semantic game to me, unless you can draw a clear line between the two concepts.
    ————————————————————–

    Not Hopp but, Kanye’s left his mark on the musical genre more than 50. Kanye’s the best example of that from the last decade.

    50’s period of commercial dominance is one of the greatest ever, and so even though I don’t really see him advancing the art, or having an effect on hip hop’s sounds outside of his own career he should be considered a legend. So I guess you and I are on the same page, lol.

  107. b-ease Says:

    I don’t understand cornball.. What does this mean nigger?

    ^^
    *DEAD*

  108. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    Scarface’s Discography >>>>>>>

  109. b Says:

    tony danza>>>>>scarface

  110. plug Says:

    Master P is an Entrepeneurial Legend…

    he DAMN sure aint no RAP legend …

    ——-
    sheeit. come up here, go down south or go to Cali and make that statement.

    I remember when tru to the game dropped in 96. he changed the game on 3 coasts

  111. plug Says:

    Master P is an Entrepeneurial Legend…

    he DAMN sure aint no RAP legend …

    ——-
    sheeit. come up here, go down south or go to Cali and make that statement.

    I remember when tru to the game dropped in 96. he changed the game on 3 coasts

  112. hl Says:

    I thought the other day ya’ll were saying 50 was a legend just because of his life story?

  113. the-xfacta Says:

    b-ease Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:13 pm
    That’s where you’re wrong Beezy or whoever you are this week

    ^^
    *blank stare*

    cause I never gave a definition..

    ^^
    You’re right, I gave you way too much credit. You havent said/typed shit.

    ^^

    Sillk the Shokker is a legend cause he contributed to rap? Trina? Mystikal? 95 South? Tag Team?

  114. landlord Says:

    *BOTTOM LINE*

    if you a RAP legend … you need to be able to do some legendary rapping…

    period…

  115. Hopp Says:

    Eh, the above seems like a semantic game to me, unless you can draw a clear line between the two concepts.

    ^^

    Fair enough.

  116. b-ease Says:

    Master P is an Entrepeneurial Legend…

    he DAMN sure aint no RAP legend …

    ^^
    I disagree, but fair enough. Since they gave Russell Simmons a Hip Honor Award for his entrepenurial skills, I guess that settles it. P deserves to be honored.

  117. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 4:07 pm

    harlemworld.wordpress.com/2010/05/04/the-new-danger/

    GOAT blog post by Harlem World.

    Just DOPE. This is a good read-I assure you, folks.
    ———————————————————–

    Seriously, though. Amazing.

  118. Dewill Says:

    I don’t understand cornball.. What does this mean nigger?

    ^^
    *DEAD*

    ^^^
    lol… That shit was funny tho..

  119. b Says:

    lil romeo>>>>>>>>Scarface’s Discography

  120. b-ease Says:

    Sillk the Shokker is a legend cause he contributed to rap? Trina? Mystikal? 95 South? Tag Team?

    ^^
    *blanker stare*

  121. b-ease Says:

    “What does this mean nigger?” is my new shit.

  122. Troyvul Says:

    b-ease Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:14 pm
    I don’t understand cornball.. What does this mean nigger?

    ^^
    *DEAD*
    ^
    I had to step away from my desk

  123. Black Says:

    Suge Knight is a legend, and he never picked a mic up except for the 94′ source awards.

    ^^^^^

    He dropped a diss speech and the shit was classic most niggas could prolly recite that shit like it was ether or something.

  124. landlord Says:

    hl Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:15 pm
    I thought the other day ya’ll were saying 50 was a legend just because of his life story?

    ————

    50 has made legendary rap songs and his verses on “How To Rob” are STILL legendary..

    quote me some legendary bars from Master P or Luke..

    besides ‘UGGGGGGGHHHHHH NANANANAAAAA”

    that aint legendary..

  125. hl Says:

    @RNC that post on HW’s blog was pretty good.

  126. Joe 88 Says:

    landlord Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 4:15 pm
    *BOTTOM LINE*

    if you a RAP legend … you need to be able to do some legendary rapping…

    period…

    ^So Russell isnt a legend in the rap game?

  127. landlord Says:

    how you gonna compare Russell Simmons business acumen to that of Master P?

    they on two ENTIRELY different levels..

    ask Ricky Williams …

    ask DefJam Records …

  128. b-ease Says:

    and so even though I don’t really see him advancing the art, or having an effect on hip hop’s sounds

    ^^
    He took Jay-Z’s southern acceptance co-signing one step further, by actually incorporating there diction and delivery into his style. He bridged the gap, and for better or worse, that changed hiphop.

    Not to mention, the single artist mixtape phenomenon that he and Dipset deserve equal credit for.

  129. Black Says:

    Seriously, though. Amazing.

    ^^^^^^

    Its a good read but its been said before. We know niggas aint running shit and that if most artists were not desperate to sign the first deal they get presented with then the game would change drastically. The problem is its easier said than done. Ice Cube was the only nigga in NWA to not sign and get a lawyer, the other three did.

  130. hl Says:

    50 has made legendary rap songs and his verses on “How To Rob” are STILL legendary..

    ^To you, and alot of others. But there are just as many people that think the music released by No Limit was the shit. And I’m not a big fan of either really. Trust there are alot of people out there that could quote Master P lyrics for days, I just ain’t one of them.

  131. Dewill Says:

    50 has made legendary rap songs and his verses on “How To Rob” are STILL legendary..

    quote me some legendary bars from Master P or Luke..

    besides ‘UGGGGGGGHHHHHH NANANANAAAAA”

    that aint legendary

    ^^^
    Here again I think it depends on where ur from

  132. London Underground Says:

    i’m just catching up to this whole jay e situation:

    what’s jay e’s real beef with new york when he got his whole style from new yorkers (nas/ killah priest/ mf doom/ big) and he’s tryna roll with diddy?

    has anyone from wu-tang said anything yet?

  133. b-ease Says:

    how you gonna compare Russell Simmons business acumen to that of Master P?

    ^^
    I mean, you’re the one that said he was a business legend. If there are degrees to being a legend, let me know. Like, is Russel a senior legend, and P is a sophmore?

  134. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # hl Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 4:17 pm

    @RNC that post on HW’s blog was pretty good.
    ————————————————

    Yeah, just read the comments and noticed you posted there. It’s great stuff.

  135. Joe 88 Says:

    >how you gonna compare Russell Simmons business acumen to that of Master P?

    ^You’re right, Master P definently made more bread is a smaller amount of time than russell, smh.

  136. b-ease Says:

    has anyone from wu-tang said anything yet?

    ^^
    Not to my knowledge, but cOLD did say that Rae and Ghost spitting some darts at him would make his day. I concur.

  137. the-xfacta Says:

    hl Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:20 pm
    50 has made legendary rap songs and his verses on “How To Rob” are STILL legendary..

    ^To you, and alot of others. But there are just as many people that think the music released by No Limit was the shit. And I’m not a big fan of either really. Trust there are alot of people out there that could quote Master P lyrics for days, I just ain’t one of them.

    —-

    I think the audience on Nah is pretty diverse.. Shit this nigga Joe 88 is doing everything buttoning up Master P’s boxers and I bet you this nigga can’t even give you a verse!

  138. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    May 14th, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    and so even though I don’t really see him advancing the art, or having an effect on hip hop’s sounds

    ^^
    He took Jay-Z’s southern acceptance co-signing one step further, by actually incorporating there diction and delivery into his style. He bridged the gap, and for better or worse, that changed hiphop.

    Not to mention, the single artist mixtape phenomenon that he and Dipset deserve equal credit for.
    ——————————————————–

    Those are two great points. I stand corrected.

  139. Black Says:

    how you gonna compare Russell Simmons business acumen to that of Master P?

    ^^^^^

    I wasnt trying to compare them, somebody said that he shouldnt be honored because of the quality of music. I think that his impact on the South goes deeper(nh) than anything he released. he flipped his grandpops life insurance check into millions and showed alot of them niggas they could get bread in music.

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

    I’m volunteering my services as an A&R for a minor fee of a pair of Jordan III’s, a Play Cloths G-Shock watch and an ounce of Granddaddy Kush.

  141. b Says:

    queen pen>>>>>>>>scarface

  142. hl Says:

    I think the audience on Nah is pretty diverse.. Shit this nigga Joe 88 is doing everything buttoning up Master P’s boxers and I bet you this nigga can’t even give you a verse!

    ROFL…Besides Mystical I didn’t mess with any of No Limit. I thought it was trash. But in the south that shit was a movement. I don’t think every understands how major no limit was.

  143. Joe 88 Says:

    Shit this nigga Joe 88 is doing everything buttoning up Master P’s boxers and I bet you this nigga can’t even give you a verse!

    ^SMH, I still don’t know where the weed is in SILVER SPRINGS, MARYLAND, come to the city, you’ll find anything your craving for here, lol

  144. landlord Says:

    ^So Russell isnt a legend in the rap game?

    ———–

    Russell is the exception because he started the whole commercial rap phenomenon out of his and Rick Rubin’s own pockets and opened the doors for all of this shit we listen to now… and he cut checks to give us decades of dope music like Public Enemy and whatnot…

    while Master P hopped on a gravy train that was already moving at full speed and tried to emulate what Russell did… and then he gave us shit like Mia X and Silk Da Shocker and his other wack brother (MC whatshisname in jail)…

    aint no way to compare their impact … stop it …

  145. b Says:

    that rappin kid from 90210>>>>>>> scarface

  146. the-xfacta Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:25 pm
    Shit this nigga Joe 88 is doing everything buttoning up Master P’s boxers and I bet you this nigga can’t even give you a verse!

    ^SMH, I still don’t know where the weed is in SILVER SPRINGS, MARYLAND, come to the city, you’ll find anything your craving for here, lol

    Nigga I come to Bmore every Friday.. I will be there today.. I don’t ever see you there nigga.. You know you live in Aberdeen, MD..

  147. Black Says:

    (MC whatshisname in jail)…

    ^^^^^^^

    Hilarious.

  148. b Says:

    magoo>>>>>>scarface

  149. b-ease Says:

    that rappin kid from 90210

    ^^
    Don’t sleep, Brian Austin Greene had some bars. It’s hard typing that with a straight face, but I’m kind of serious.

  150. Joe 88 Says:

    Nigga I come to Bmore every Friday.. I will be there today.. I don’t ever see you there nigga.. You know you live in Aberdeen, MD..

    ^lol, on some real shit, I got the grass, you can holla at me over northeast baltimore. I’ll e-mail you my # (pause)

  151. hl Says:

    while Master P hopped on a gravy train that was already moving at full speed and tried to emulate what Russell did…

    Hopped on a gravy train? No way. Regardless how you feel about the music, he made his own way. You can’t take that away from him.

  152. landlord Says:

    ^You’re right, Master P definently made more bread is a smaller amount of time than russell, smh.

    ——-

    you need WAYYY more accountants…

    you cant be serious b…

    Master P may have FLASHED more money… but dude…

  153. Maurice Garland Says:

    The “beef” is that it comes off as some “separate but equal” shit. folks didnt grow up listening to Scarface AND Ice Cube at the same time? People didnt listen to UGK and Mobb Deep at the same time?

    His whole beef with the word dirty…eh, thats just some linguistics shit, whatever.

    bottom line is, why does it have to be a Southern night? so what? if you from the south and you dont get honored this night, you wont get “honored” in the future? like “nah nigga, you missed your night.”

    plus any “dirty south” honor show that doesnt include Tony Draper and 8 Ball and MJG is bullshit anyway.

    Face was around before “Southern Hip Hop” became a term, him and Luke. Hell Geto Boy and 2 Live Crew transcend Hip Hop, they fought against the government to be able to say what they wanted to say.

    and yeah, it is some “we can call ourselves that, but you cant” shit going in this instance which i am not mad at all. Face is Hip Hop just like Cube, Chuck D and Bambatta. They didn’t do a “West Coast” night or a “Brooklyn” night…so dont start that shit now.

  154. b Says:

    bud bundy>>>>>>scarface

  155. Dewill Says:

    Yall niggas are views and opinions are fukin mind boggling on how u don’t like to give the South credit for anything in rap.. besides destroying it or being trash… SMH

  156. the-xfacta Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:27 pm
    Nigga I come to Bmore every Friday.. I will be there today.. I don’t ever see you there nigga.. You know you live in Aberdeen, MD..

    ^lol, on some real shit, I got the grass, you can holla at me over northeast baltimore. I’ll e-mail you my # (pause)

    ^^

    Word cause my fucking newphew sold me a bag of fucking Oregeno and Italian Seasoning.. Shit was fucking sad.. Ya nigga in Bmore still be selling $5 baggies and shit.. and them shits be mad loose.. Fucking .25 gram for $5.. WTF

  157. b Says:

    buck bundy>>>>>>scarface

  158. Dewill Says:

    but it’s yall’s opinion…

  159. b-ease Says:

    Yo joe, i’m bout to shoot you an email fam, no homo.

  160. hl Says:

    if you from the south and you dont get honored this night, you wont get “honored” in the future? like “nah nigga, you missed your night.”

    lol…basically.

  161. Joe 88 Says:

    @land

    I’m not saying P made more bread than russell overall, but master p’s run from 96′-99′ > Russell’s. Wasn’t Run DMC making onxy like songs around that time? Or a few years before that? Just saying. Don’t let the music fool you, master p is one of the elite business men of rap’s era. Let’s not take that away from him (n)

  162. landlord Says:

    Hopped on a gravy train? No way. Regardless how you feel about the music, he made his own way. You can’t take that away from him.

    —–

    what im saying is that hiphop was already big business when P got in…

    Russell was a founding father…

    big difference …

    all kinds a niggas was starting they own labels when P started his… yeah he was mad succesful for a minute, but where are they now? … russell cashed his shit out for even way more millions… P aint had that type of luxury…

    Def Jam STILL prospers thanks to Rusty’s blueprint …

  163. Black Says:

    The “beef” is that it comes off as some “separate but equal” shit. folks didnt grow up listening to Scarface AND Ice Cube at the same time? People didnt listen to UGK and Mobb Deep at the same time?

    ^^^^^

    I see that and at the same time its like your music is getting its OWN night.

  164. b Says:

    life in san quentin>>>>>>down south hiphop

  165. mcb Says:

    If you don’t like any southern rap, your mind/your attitude is set in stone
    how you could not like OUtkast, UGK, Scarface is beyond me.

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

    The South has done alot, both positive & negative in Hip-Hop.

    But right now, they are doing more harm then good.

  167. Joe 88 Says:

    *daps b-ease @ x-facta*

    I’ll definently look out for you guys (n) but this isnt my profession, lol.

    Northeast rug realers > Any other place in baltimore

  168. landlord Says:

    master p is one of the elite business men of rap’s era. Let’s not take that away from him (n)

    —–

    i BEEN said he was a entrepeneurial legend … but yall took it too far comparing him favorably to Mr. Simmons …

  169. "A" Chick Says:

    hl Says:

    May 14th, 2010 at 4:17 pm
    @RNC that post on HW’s blog was pretty good.
    ——–
    Yep.

    Hope dude doesn’t catch a lot of flack tho for airing this type of info.

  170. the-xfacta Says:

    @ Joe – What’s your email? (none)

  171. b Says:

    mountain gears>>>>>>OUtkast, UGK, Scarface

  172. shawamar Says:

    First off, I love these shows…When they are done correctly. I live in Miami right now and had my bachelor party at one of the 305’s finest clubs BUT, all they did was play down south DUMB shit and i felt a lil dumber once I left the building. This show is gonna suck, sorry to say, I am notr looking forward to this at all.
    Jay Elec, STFU, cause you know what RZA said was true…you aint nobody yet to be throwing stones..

  173. notarapper Says:

    i don’t get scarfaces’ point completely, but they can’t do the show without him, it would be like having a tribute to british rock without mick jagger

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