Video: Skyzoo Interview w/ Culture VI

Sky talks to Culture VI about the indie music hustle, the free music paradigm and more.


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30 Responses to “Video: Skyzoo Interview w/ Culture VI”

  1. cOLD Says:

    I might aswell be interviewing a fucking door knob.

  2. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    And as far as artistry goes, i feel KC and AG were a regression from anything pre-Black Album and BP3 was a progression from KC and AG…just my opinion.

  3. cOLD Says:

    slight flu >>>

  4. cOLD Says:

    fly goo >>>

  5. Rey Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:28 am

    And as far as artistry goes, i feel KC and AG were a regression from anything pre-Black Album and BP3 was a progression from KC and AG…just my opinion.

    ^^^

    Whoa Whoa Whoa… AG was a return to extraordinary lyricism from Jay.. He was on some whole other shit that album. AG > BP3.

  6. cOLD Says:

    trite news >>>

  7. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I still don’t grasp how niggas can hate on Kobe’s game on the court…

    ^

    i don’t. niggas skills is phenomenal and entertaining to watch.

    do i think his character is bitch like? most certainly.

    do i think he’s a snitch? yea, thas public record.

    big up kobe the basketball player,

    fuck kobe(n) as a person.

  8. cOLD Says:

    night school >

  9. NovemberEnd Says:

    I might aswell be interviewing a fucking door knob.
    ^^^^^^^
    LOL

  10. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    AG was crack.

    stop it 5s’.

  11. Rey Says:

    Sly Jews >>

  12. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    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.

  13. PHOENIXXX Says:

    good morning gentleman, heterosexuals, metrosexuals and everyone else. I’ve come with an announcement.

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

    that is all

    *bumps Lord Willin’*

  14. cOLD Says:

    sigh, poon >>>

  15. Beezy Says:

    CuDi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  16. Remixznflow Says:

    *returns to the hunt for currensy mixtape*

  17. cOLD Says:

    vile poon >>>

  18. G7 Says:

    S-K-Y-Z-O-shit

  19. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    brb (no corny)

  20. Rey Says:

    # 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.

  21. kelito-vision Says:

    Jeezy hasn’t been relevant since Gucci blew up over the last year…..23-24 was dope but it helped make Gucci even more relevant….Jeezy needs to swallow his pride and ask Gucci for a feature

  22. Remixznflow Says:

    # Beezy Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:34 am

    CuDi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    ^
    really?

    or do you just like paramore?

  23. "A" Chick Says:

    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.

  24. RIGZ Says:

    if you’re referring to being inspired or in a “zone”… i guess i can see your point…

    ^^^^

    Errrr

    # RIGZ Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:26 am

    see, this iis why you cant mention Sean’s name on Nah…I said he regressed into a ***MODE**** when he made a CLASSIC, & people take that as a diss…lol

    reading is essential lol

  25. RIGZ Says:

    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.

    ^^

    wow. AG was dope.

  26. 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.”

  27. 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

  28. Rey Says:

    @ JidaD– Totally respect your opinions, but I disagree with AG being shitty. That album was really good IMO.

  29. Remixznflow Says:

    # RIGZ Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:39 am

    if you’re referring to being inspired or in a “zone”… i guess i can see your point…

    ^^^^

    Errrr

    # RIGZ Says:
    June 17th, 2010 at 11:26 am

    see, this iis why you cant mention Sean’s name on Nah…I said he regressed into a ***MODE**** when he made a CLASSIC, & people take that as a diss…lol

    reading is essential lol

    ^
    LOL.. nah b.. the initial statement you made was not this.. but i concede the point…

    see? spirited discussion that comes to a conclussion not ending in “fuck you dumb niggas”….

    peace abounds..

  30. 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

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