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Dice Raw – David Copperfield

Another new joint from Dice Raw, courtesy of Dallas Penn.

Dice Raw – David Copperfield

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42 Responses to “Dice Raw – David Copperfield”

  1. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    AG > BP3.

    ^

    agreed. its like he was thinkin, “lemme remind these mahfukas where i’m from before i really go uber-pop. (light bulb effect) oh shit, American Gangster! i gotta holla at denzel and dem.

    (phone rings)

    yo.”

    “yo its puff nigga, you gotta hear these soul tracks i put together w/the old squad!”

    hov: “yea i just came up w/a ill marketing plan for my next album. i’ll be over ASAP.”

    *hangs up, calls denzel*

    “ay denz, you did the damn thing in that flick and the screening was excellent. lemme run a project idea i’ve been working on past you.”

  2. JihaD Says:

    Rey Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:36 am
    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:34 am

    AG was a return to extraordinary lyricism from Jay
    ^
    C’mon Rey, being hyperbolic FTL. Oh and how can i forget my EMPHATIC no-sign.

    AG was chalked with lackluster flows and dusty beats (with the exception of Say Hello, Success & Fallin’)…i didn’t count Ignorant Shit because thats a Black Album era song.

    ^^^

    Not trying to be hyperbolic, but compare the lyricism from KC to AG, and from AG to BP3.. Out of those 3 albums, AG was the High Watermark. And the production on AG was better than like 10 of the songs on BP3 and all but 2 of the songs on KC.

    ^^

    In a vacuum this argument may work, but compared to all of the Camel’s other albums, all three you just mentioned were pretty shitty. KC was a self-absorbed mess of a comeback album, AG was a pseudo- “concept” album/attempt to return to his roots which, as D Block pointed out, was terrible aside from about 3-4 songs, and BP3 has pretty much be exposed as a shittier version of KC (the KC he probably wanted to make, in all honesty)– a perfect storm of circumstances prevented that album from being coaster status right at release- The Yankee’s winning the WS, Empire State of Mind, Kanye Shitting on him on Run This Town, and The Camel’s ability to ride other artist’s buzz while masking his slowly declining rapping ability.

    JihaD

  3. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    dice aka juvenile lyricists/corner store terrorist>>>

  4. G7 Says:

    Troyvul Says:

    June 17th, 2010 at 11:42 am
    What up Gsev, you gonna be around for the Geight/Gtwenty?

    ====
    hell naw. lol. glad i’ll be working in H-town during that. tell Obama i said whudup tho.

  5. Troyvul Says:

    Going Raw > Dice Raw

  6. PHOENIXXX Says:

    # “A” Chick Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:38 am

    PHOENIXXX Says:

    After extensive research, I’ve come to the conclusion that “Grindin” by the Clipse is the GOAT coke rap song.

    ————
    Possibly. But TM 101 gotta be the GOAT coke rap album.

    ^^^^

    nah, i’m still leaning towards Lord Willin’ simply for Pusha’s (or Malice? these niggas sound alike) verse on I’m Not You

    Rappers is talking to me as if We in the same boat
    I tell them quick no I move Coke
    And you and I don’t share no common bond,
    So forgive me if I don’t recieve you with open arms
    It shames me to no end,
    To feed poison to those who could very well be my kin
    But where there’s demand, someone will supply
    So I feed them their needs at the same time cry
    Yes it pains me to see them need this
    All of them lost souls and I’m their Jesus
    Deepest regret and sympathy to the street
    I seen them pay for they fix when they kids couldn’t eat
    And with this in mind, I still didn’t quit
    And that’s how I know, that I aint shit (I aint shit)
    My heart bleed but that’s aside from the fact,
    I live for my kids and theirs and them youngins after that

    that shit touches my heart to this day b

  7. Beezy Says:

    my rap name is David Coppafeel

  8. casket face Says:

    i’m baaaaaaaaaaack

    youtube.com/watch?v=xlHw5JpCmZY

  9. G7 Says:

    JihaD made some good points (nh)

  10. Troyvul Says:

    hell naw. lol. glad i’ll be working in H-town during that. tell Obama i said whudup tho.
    ^
    I won’t be working downtown, I jus pray to god nothing pulls me into the city that weekend, probably gonna digitally scan my iris to enter the “zone”

  11. RIGZ Says:

    …Superspectack, with all the raw
    Pull a metal chair out my napsack, across your back CR-CRACK..!!

  12. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    oh shit!

    panda boy has returned!

  13. G7 Says:

    oh shit….casket. lol

  14. Rey Says:

    AG was dope. Respect due to everyone’s opinion, but that album doesn’t belong anywhere near the Wack pile.

    ~~~~~~

    RIGZ Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:41 am

    Aasim needs an album.

    ^^^

    Cosign, I was checking for him (no) after “Press Play” dropped but couldn’t find much.

  15. Joey Profit$ Says:

    @eastern digital *daps*

  16. RIGZ Says:

    …I beat down punks, cut em down like fruit chunks…

  17. Tong Po Flo Says:

    eating dog food raw > dice raw

  18. Big_seth Says:

    Lights Please is such a dope song. Even after its getting old.

    J. Cole > Drake

  19. RIGZ Says:

    The Roots – The Lesson Pt. 1 >>>>

  20. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    AG was the High Watermark. And the production on AG was better than like 10 of the songs on BP3 and all but 2 of the songs on KC.^
    ^
    High-watermark??? Lmao…ok, so this is gonna be another agree to disagree situation. Oh and the BARS on Reminder were >>> the all the bars on AG sans Success & Fallin’. Again I’m not counting Ig sht. Oh and I’m dead serious too.

  21. casket face Says:

    # G7 Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:51 am

    oh shit….casket. lol

    ________________________________

    …”right back at ya/twice back at ya, like christ back at ya”

  22. G7 Says:

    I actually like the Roots more with involvement from Dice and Malik B. Malik is dope!

  23. RIGZ Says:

    I wrote graffiti as a juvenile..

  24. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    AG was dope. Respect due to everyone’s opinion, but that album doesn’t belong anywhere near the Wack pile.

    ^

    yea thas kinda ridiculous. being that nahkis already knew where hov was taking his art since beach chair. then he takes a brief detour for the hood, goes back around the globe on bp3, and niggas built a city full of walls w/posted complaints. smh

  25. Troyvul Says:

    lol @casket

    I was just thinking of the “When you gon’ tell niggas campaign (n)

  26. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I wrote graffiti as a juvenile..
    ^
    So did i but you counted pay me to tell you what my tag was…lol

  27. Big_seth Says:

    The Beat and hook on “Reminder” annoy me to no end. That hook is atrocious. It sounds like what it would feel like to fuck a vocoder machine or a robotic pussy.

  28. Rey Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:52 am

    AG was the High Watermark. And the production on AG was better than like 10 of the songs on BP3 and all but 2 of the songs on KC.^
    ^
    High-watermark??? Lmao…ok, so this is gonna be another agree to disagree situation. Oh and the BARS on Reminder were >>> the all the bars on AG sans Success & Fallin’. Again I’m not counting Ig sht. Oh and I’m dead serious too.

    ^^^

    Okay, so let’s chalk that up to: “D_Block must have an ex that loved American Gangster.” It’s cool fam, I hate Dave Matthews for the same reason.

  29. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    D_Block must have an ex that loved American Gangster.” It’s cool fam, I hate Dave Matthews for the same reason.
    ^
    Dead

  30. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    The Beat and hook on “Reminder” annoy me to no end. That hook is atrocious. It sounds like what it would feel like to fuck a vocoder machine or a robotic pussy.
    ^
    The hook was def annoying, there is no denying that.

    Just Blaze’ version of Reminder > Timbo’

  31. sleep Says:

    Thee 6 mafia f/ hot boys “hypnotize cash money”>>>>>

    This might be one of the best clique collabo in hip hop history

  32. ghost writer Says:

    Jay-z talk still on huh…ok

  33. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I actually like the Roots more with involvement from Dice and Malik B. Malik is dope!

    ^

    thas that philadelphia 5th dynasty flow. wyle unmatched cause every other group out there is on some SP shit.

    P5D>>>

  34. Rey Says:

    My next album is gonna be me rapping over bucket drums and vuvuzelas.

  35. SilkCityP Says:

    AG was Hov’s pimp move off of the movie! True Story… If there was no AG movie, no AG album… Gotta respect that from a business standpoint on his part… Production was by far the highlight of that album, and lyrically it was good, not very creative at all, than again when is Hov been known for being creative

  36. 007 Says:

    So when is this Pilot Talk comin out WTF???

  37. RIGZ Says:

    shit, The Roots >>>>>

  38. Tong Po Flo Says:

    panda boy has returned!

    ^ lol

  39. Mag Says:

    Ima catch dame dash son with a I’ll haymaker at club if I’m lucky.

    Sins of the father….

  40. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    *daps all*

    I won’t be working downtown, I jus pray to god nothing pulls me into the city that weekend, probably gonna digitally scan my iris to enter the “zone”

    ^^

    I wanted to go see De La at the weekend, but forget venturing into the belly of the beast for that…

  41. casket face Says:

    # Troyvul Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:55 am

    lol @casket

    I was just thinking of the “When you gon’ tell niggas campaign (n)
    _______________________________

    ROFL! he’s still around?

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