Donnis – More Fire (prod. Ced Young)

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The Invitation drops a day from today. Fashionably Late, the mixtape and EP, both drop on June 22nd.

Donnis – More Fire (prod. Ced Young) | Mediafire

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Previously: Donnis’ Japan “Homecoming” Tour (Video) | Donnis – Yup (prod. Needlz)


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61 Responses to “Donnis – More Fire (prod. Ced Young)”

  1. 456 Says:

    This is a fair statement. Since The Black Album, Jay’s only road the coattails of Kanye (’05-present) Lupe (’06), Denzel (’07), Lil Wayne/T.I. (’08), Drake (’09), etc.

    It’s pretty much common knowledge that Jay’s not creative/treadsetter. He just takes a trend and makes it mainstream.

    ^oh i get it he’s fric and you’re frac. jay alone accounts for like a dozen different flows that has become common usage among the new niggas. jay has introduced new sounds, new techniques and new rhyme patterns throughout his career. to say he is not creative is idiotic. outside of denzel all them niggas you listed got they shit (rhyme patterns, swagger, flows) from him. and they will tell you that.

  2. NovemberEnd Says:

    # DGtheEnigma Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    90’s era Queens rap. that’s about it. and Big. and Wu. and Redman’s first two.

    ^^^^

    You do realize that impacts your level of credibility right? Lol
    ^^^^^^^^
    i was going to saying something similar to this statement but didn’t wanna be rude…

  3. Cypher Says:

    # mcb Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    DGtheEnigma Says:

    May 25th, 2010 at 2:32 pm
    Jay is to rap what Japan is to electronics

    ^^^

    This level of stannery has to stop. Seriously. It’s not good for the genre.
    ^^^
    Co-sign, but really it isn’t doing any more than it already has.
    Jay=rap in most peoples eyes, households.

    Nas=just some rapper guy to those households. maybe they read about him on tmz. I told my mom about Nas, she thought the idea ofr the last CD was nice, shes not tryin to listen to gat talk.

    ^^

    Nah not really….

    I guess you aint catch the meaning, what im saying is that that jay has a habit of refining what ever rap style he comes in contact with so that its commercially viable…

    The same way Japan does with electronics…

  4. Cypher Says:

    # 456 Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    This is a fair statement. Since The Black Album, Jay’s only road the coattails of Kanye (’05-present) Lupe (’06), Denzel (’07), Lil Wayne/T.I. (’08), Drake (’09), etc.

    It’s pretty much common knowledge that Jay’s not creative/treadsetter. He just takes a trend and makes it mainstream.

    ^oh i get it he’s fric and you’re frac. jay alone accounts for like a dozen different flows that has become common usage among the new niggas. jay has introduced new sounds, new techniques and new rhyme patterns throughout his career. to say he is not creative is idiotic. outside of denzel all them niggas you listed got they shit (rhyme patterns, swagger, flows) from him. and they will tell you that.

    ^^

    Examples????….

  5. Shooter Says:

    @ Shooter: no, i’m pretty certain i had the word “consistently” in there right before “commercially viable”.
    ^^^

    lol, which still makes your statement incorrect

    I Am, Nastradamus, Stilmatic & Gods Son were consecutive commercial successes

  6. Troyvul Says:

    Bricktop types with his gun loaded and safety off.

  7. Troyvul Says:

    nil

  8. NovemberEnd Says:

    this nigga a beyond trash….won’t bother with any Donnis song from here on out, he gotten ample opportunity to put out a halfway decent song and hes failed everytime…

  9. RIGZ Says:

    # Bricktop Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:40 pm

    Bricktop, swear to your kids that everything since the downfall of Mobb has been wack smh

    ^
    it’s like you read my mind.

    ^^

    wow.

    go listen to Marcberg. Its made for cats like you (i know a few lol)

  10. DGtheEnigma Says:

    Nah not really….

    I guess you aint catch the meaning, what im saying is that that jay has a habit of refining what ever rap style he comes in contact with so that its commercially viable…

    The same way Japan does with electronics…

    ^^^

    Now, I see your point.

  11. RIGZ Says:

    like, how u really think the whole last decade of hiphop was totally trash is beyond me…

    How you only barely fuck with Muddy Waters is beyond me…

  12. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    Truthfully speaking, Jay JUST reached household status with Empire State of Mind, Oprah, etc. (basically in 2009).

    Believe it or not, prior to last year, the only REAL household name in hip-hop was Snoop Dogg.

    ^Shiiiiiiiiiiit. I don’t know wha type of households yall are referring to, but Jay been a household name, and thats off the strength of being with Beyonce. And prior to that, it was 50. Everyone in the world knows who 50 cent is, for better or for worse, and that he’s a rapper

  13. hl Says:

    suddenly Jay arose from the ashes of the greatest era in hiphop like a fucking camel-faced phoenix.

    *collapsed lung*

  14. 456 Says:

    that’s the problem. Jay’s “flow” wasn’t shit until every other great rapper that overshadowed Jay’s life died. suddenly Jay arose from the ashes of the greatest era in hiphop like a fucking camel-faced phoenix. since then, pretty much all these “new niggas” have consistently sucked huge donkey balls by trying to mimic Jay’s flow.

    ^yeah, clearly you don’t listen to rap you skim through it.

  15. abortatron Says:

    Is Redman in anyones top 10?
    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==

    for sure. prob # 10, but he’s there off the first 3 albums alone.

  16. Bricktop Says:

    Bricktop types with his gun loaded and safety off.
    ^
    yeah, that one actually made me audibly chuckle.

  17. DGtheEnigma Says:

    ^^^

    yeah, clearly you don’t listen to rap you skim through it.

    ^^^

    You make great points, then ruin them by using some cliche Jay quote.

  18. Shooter Says:

    Is Redman in anyones top 10?
    ^^^

    he’s Eminems favourite rapper I think

  19. RIGZ Says:

    that’s the problem. Jay’s “flow” wasn’t shit until every other great rapper that overshadowed Jay’s life died.

    ^^

    wow.

    He debuted in 96. Big died in 97. Let it go. lol

    Why you so mad???

  20. hl Says:

    Is Redman in anyones top 10?
    ^^^

    he’s Eminems favourite rapper I think

    ^Redman is alot of rappers favorite rappers.

  21. hl Says:

    He debuted in 96. Big died in 97.

    chrono fail

  22. DGtheEnigma Says:

    Shiiiiiiiiiiit. I don’t know wha type of households yall are referring to, but Jay been a household name, and thats off the strength of being with Beyonce. And prior to that, it was 50. Everyone in the world knows who 50 cent is, for better or for worse, and that he’s a rapper

    ^^^

    Household level is when you grandmother knows a rapper. Jay was NOT at this level prior to 2009. If you believe otherwise, then there’s no convincing you that Jay is not God for real.

  23. 456 Says:

    Examples????….

    ^listen to the last drake freestyle. listen to kanye’s second album. reasonable doubt made niggas shift.

  24. Cypher Says:

    suddenly Jay arose from the ashes of the greatest era in hiphop like a fucking camel-faced phoenix.

    ^^^^
    *Fucking dead*
    how did i miss this?

  25. hl Says:

    He debuted in 96. Big died in 97.

    chrono fail

    ^never mind lol…Thought you were trying to shit on BIG for a second.

  26. RIGZ Says:

    chrono fail

    ^^

    jay had a album b4 1996? if he did, i didnt know…school me [II]

  27. RIGZ Says:

    never mind lol…Thought you were trying to shit on BIG for a second.

    ^^^

    yeah, hl, you muddafucka you lol

  28. Black Brokaw Says:

    someone give an example of some1 using jay’s flow

  29. hl Says:

    chrono fail

    ^^

    jay had a album b4 1996? if he did, i didnt know…school me [II]

    Nah. I shifted into stan mode cause I thought you meant BIG came out in 96. My bad.

  30. Els Says:

    Where’s that U.N. tape

  31. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    Dam i cant even speak on a Ghost vs Nas debate.
    Thats like sayin sour diesel >>>>>> OG kush.
    I’m good wit either one.

  32. Bricktop Says:

    NovemberEnd Says:

    May 25th, 2010 at 2:39 pm
    # DGtheEnigma Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    90’s era Queens rap. that’s about it. and Big. and Wu. and Redman’s first two.

    ^^^^

    You do realize that impacts your level of credibility right? Lol
    ^^^^^^^^
    i was going to saying something similar to this statement but didn’t wanna be rude…
    ^
    i swear i have this debate on here at least once a season. *deep sigh* basically, i absolutely refuse to lower my standards (for rap music) simply b/c the level of quality simply doesn’t exist anymore as it did 15 years ago. i actually listen to a fair amount of shit from new artists, but. . . . *shrugs* . . i really like what the Cool Kids are doing. don’t really see what the big deal is with J. Cole. dude’s super normal. same with Drake.

  33. Beezy Says:

    school me [II]

    ^LMAO

  34. 456 Says:

    someone give an example of some1 using jay’s flow

    ^drake’s dallas freestyle

  35. Mr. First Says:

    i also think BP2 is better than 1.

    ^ blasphemy.

    ^ lol. really? that’s the first time i’ve ever gotten that response. i just appreciate the fact that 2 had a handfull of much more grimier tracks than 1 did. never bought into the Takeover hype. thought the beat was extremely lackluster. battle raps just ain’t Jay’s thing.

    ^ Song Cry? Heart of the City? Ruler’s Back? U Don’t Know?? Renegade???? how is this debatable?

  36. DGtheEnigma Says:

    reasonable doubt made niggas shift.

    ^^^

    False. Truthfully, Reasonable Doubt didn’t even become a classic until Vol. 2 dropped, then everyone went and got Jay’s back catalog.

    When Reasonable Doubt dropped, it dropped to the sound of crickets.

  37. Cypher Says:

    # 456 Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:51 pm

    Examples????….

    ^listen to the last drake freestyle. listen to kanye’s second album. reasonable doubt made niggas shift.

    ^^

    Being the first to copy something doesnt make you the originator…

  38. Shooter Says:

    someone give an example of some1 using jay’s flow
    ^^^

    I’ve heard Fat Joseph bite it on occasion (N)

  39. RIGZ Says:

    456 Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    someone give an example of some1 using jay’s flow

    ^^^

    If you really need an example for this, just quit.

  40. mcb Says:

    so no one is gonna say that jay-z was “using” BIg L’s flow style
    then he wwent to BIG
    then he went to…

    im just saying, he has talent, etc… but people giving him too much credit. im not hating, just saying he aint use big L style flow since the early years. a lotta artists adapt and change and such, but Jay-Z clerly based it on the camp he was around/popular. thats fine, impacted by environment, but you really dont think all that was to make sure he makes the most dough and f everyone else.

    teh guy got talent, hes semi-creative, but even Yeeezy knows Jay was taking his ideas.

  41. DGtheEnigma Says:

    I’ve heard Fat Joseph bite it on occasion (N)

    ^^^

    Great example! And really the only person the did it blatantly. Drake/Kanye are inspired by Hov’s flow, but they don’t use it.

  42. landlord Says:

    Black Brokaw Says:

    May 25th, 2010 at 2:53 pm
    someone give an example of some1 using jay’s flow

    ———-

    Sacario

  43. 456 Says:

    False. Truthfully, Reasonable Doubt didn’t even become a classic until Vol. 2 dropped, then everyone went and got Jay’s back catalog.

    When Reasonable Doubt dropped, it dropped to the sound of crickets.

    ^real niggas copped it. the entire avant guarde of hiphop was up on him and knew he was the hottest shit going, even with big and pac alive.

  44. landlord Says:

    Obie Trice uses Jayz flow..

    i mean, there’s like 100 niggas …

    young chris …

  45. hl Says:

    Nas influence > Jay influence as far as rappers I would listen to.

  46. DGtheEnigma Says:

    To mcb’s point:

    Even Jay’s flow is unoriginal. He jacked BIG/Nas/Raekwon’s flow.

    Jay was a tongue twisting rapper prior to ’95/’96…

  47. Bricktop Says:

    ^yeah, clearly you don’t listen to rap you skim through it.

    ^
    you’re a funny guy. as much as i would love to continue this convo, the beaches of San Juan are calling. we def have to continue this later. one.

  48. Hopp Says:

    usershare.net/1bge915e6xgv

  49. NovemberEnd Says:

    # 456 Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    someone give an example of some1 using jay’s flow

    ^
    lupe
    wayne
    drake
    fab
    early joe budden
    kanye

  50. DGtheEnigma Says:

    the entire avant guarde of hiphop was up on him and knew he was the hottest shit going, even with big and pac alive.

    ^^^

    Is this why he couldn’t get a deal and had to pay for his first album in 96′?

  51. Bricktop Says:

    Jay was a tongue twisting rapper prior to ‘95/’96…
    ^
    this. Jay was also a struggling mixtape wonder prior 96(word to old Clue maxell tapes). alright. seriously, i’m out.

  52. RIGZ Says:

    real niggas copped it. the entire avant guarde of hiphop was up on him and knew he was the hottest shit going,

    ^^^

    I copped it…but i didnt think he was the “hottest shit going”…

    Wu, Big, Nas, Mobb & Redman were all ahead of him in my eyes

    All of them dropped classics that year too (apart from Big)

  53. DGtheEnigma Says:

    lupe
    wayne
    drake
    fab
    early joe budden
    kanye

    ^^^

    Lupe is a stretch. His flow is closer to Nas than Jay…easily.

  54. Cypher Says:

    mcb Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:55 pm

    so no one is gonna say that jay-z was “using” BIg L’s flow style
    then he wwent to BIG
    then he went to…

    ^^^

    Young Chris?

    That nigga Jay is like a parasite slowly sucking the life off of each rapper till he moves on to the next…

    I still support his music tho

  55. 456 Says:

    teh guy got talent, hes semi-creative, but even Yeeezy knows Jay was taking his ideas.

    ^listen to “a million”, then listen to “girls, girls, girls”, then listen to “who ya wit” then listen to “snoopy”, then listen to “big pimpin” then listen to “song cry” then listen to “fallin” then listen to “ignorant shit” then listen to “originators” then listen to “d’evils” and then go kill yourself

  56. DGtheEnigma Says:

    Wu, Big, Nas, Mobb & Redman were all ahead of him in my eyes

    All of them dropped classics that year too (apart from Big)

    ^^^

    Truth spoken.

  57. 456 Says:

    Is this why he couldn’t get a deal and had to pay for his first album in 96′?

    ^you mean like the wu had to do with their first single? foh

  58. mcb Says:

    456 Says:

    May 25th, 2010 at 3:02 pm
    teh guy got talent, hes semi-creative, but even Yeeezy knows Jay was taking his ideas.

    ^listen to “a million”, then listen to “girls, girls, girls”, then listen to “who ya wit” then listen to “snoopy”, then listen to “big pimpin” then listen to “song cry” then listen to “fallin” then listen to “ignorant shit” then listen to “originators” then listen to “d’evils” and then go kill yourself
    ^^
    nah im good, cuz you named an albums worth of songs. my lifes worth more than that im saying the last 4-5 years. but whatever, its really not worth it, we all have our opinions forged on Jay, mine is good for you, but you aint het best. thats it. taking Big L’s flow, and everyone elses to sound hot at the time is not amazing.

  59. Da Says:

    this sucks

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