Video: C-N-N – Pain (prod. The Alchemist)

Previously: Capone-N-Noreaga – With Me (feat. Nas; prod. Buckwild) + The Oath (feat. Busta Rhymes & Raekwon)

After the jump, full album stream of The War Report 2 (out July 13th.)


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18 Responses to “Video: C-N-N – Pain (prod. The Alchemist)”

  1. Chip-Chip Says:

    im really feelin this track…something about it make me vibe to it

  2. Rec Says:

    Cancelled my pre-order on this. Not sure why something seems missing from it, not convinced it’s on the same level as Rae’s sequel.

    I’d rather put that pre-order money on Black Milk’s AOTY, pick up A.G.’s Berriville and look out for that U.N. related shit…

  3. casket face Says:

    # Bricktop Says:
    July 11th, 2010 at 5:09 pm

    Besides, when was there ever a positive black male image? And who imagined him? After MLK?
    _________________

    will smith?
    barrack?
    rev run?
    denzel?

    you don’t think these dude provide a model on how to live your life as a successful black man in the spot light?

  4. de la swole Says:

    D. Billz said:
    it’s just a job like any other.

    ^far from truth. no cop thinks their job is just another job.

  5. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    this is one of the better tracks on the album….

    but it’s mostly down hill after the first couple of joints

  6. casket face Says:

    damn man….smh @ all my CHILDHOOD heroes not evolving in life kicking knowledge from obsolete scrolls that don’t apply to today’s format or youth.

    kid cudi, wale, soulja boy, etc… there’s a new breed and balance that god body 2 dollar bodega solider shit is dead why these niggas not getting the point?

  7. Bricktop Says:

    There’s nothing positive about Scientology, politicians, or wealthy black preachers. Foh with that shit. Denzel gets a pass. Furthermore, I’m not a successful black male in any sort of spotlight, so I not sure what they’re supposed to do for me.

  8. Rec Says:

    Actually it sounds pretty good, still only half way through. Better than hearing the short previews of each track…

  9. casket face Says:

    # Bricktop Says:
    July 11th, 2010 at 5:24 pm

    There’s nothing positive about Scientology, politicians, or wealthy black preachers. Foh with that shit. Denzel gets a pass. Furthermore, I’m not a successful black male in any sort of spotlight, so I not sure what they’re supposed to do for me.
    ________________

    rev run did it the illest of his peers without degrading his people or himself…that’s not positive?

    will smith has been married for almost 15 years and makes 25million a film also his raps never degraded his people of himself.

    barrack is the first BLACK presdient of the of the UNITED STATES and has a reserve and diction that niggas would pay to have.

    all these dude ARE POSITIVE FATHERS and ROLE MODELS and if YOU were lucky enough not to need on the cool, but there are millions of children that are looking for direction and esteem.

  10. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    will smith?
    barrack?
    rev run?
    denzel?

    you don’t think these dude provide a model on how to live your life as a successful black man in the spot light?
    ^^^^
    Yeah we do have some positive black images out there, but, for every 1 there are about 10-20 dumb asses that aren’t. How many kids do you see quoting Waka Flaka? And how many of them even know about Dr. Eric Dyson or Dr. Cornell West? This shit still ain’t equal. Not by a long shot. I had a kid a couple years back tell me he had my 8th grade math book in class. I’ve was out of eighth 7 years when he told me that. Shit pissed me off. A lot of the knowledge isn’t there contrary to popular belief. A lot of people don’t own encyclopedias anymore and alot of black people don’t own computers. If they do, it’s a fraction that have Internet out of them. I’m not talking about us on here for obvious reasons but on the hood, it’s a different playing field.

  11. Bricktop Says:

    all these dude ARE POSITIVE FATHERS and ROLE MODELS and if YOU were lucky enough not to need on the cool, but there are millions of children that are looking for direction and esteem.
    ^
    I hear what you’re saying, and that’s cool. But I’ve always felt that too much emphasis was placed on role models in the black community. Role models turn into scape goats real quick when their humanity manifests itself. I’d rather teach a kid to search for the role model that already exists within himself.

  12. casket face Says:

    # Bricktop Says:
    July 11th, 2010 at 5:39 pm

    all these dude ARE POSITIVE FATHERS and ROLE MODELS and if YOU were lucky enough not to need on the cool, but there are millions of children that are looking for direction and esteem.
    ^
    I hear what you’re saying, and that’s cool. But I’ve always felt that too much emphasis was placed on role models in the black community. Role models turn into scape goats real quick when their humanity manifests itself. I’d rather teach a kid to search for the role model that already exists within himself.
    ________________________

    that’s dangerous when rick ross is kicking that bullshit he’s kicking

  13. CRAZY_Clark_W_Griswold_The88th Says:

    _____________________this shit is Tough. Woooooooooooooooo!

  14. Suvio-Blue Says:

    Cancelled my pre-order on this. Not sure why something seems missing from it, not convinced it’s on the same level as Rae’s sequel.
    ^^^^^^

    dont know where u was at last year but Rae album was the best album of the year

  15. NoInSpanish Says:

    dont know where u was at last year but Rae album was the best album of the year
    ^^^^^^

    co sign.

  16. NYHC81 Says:

    he didn’t say Rae’s album was wack, he said the CNN album was not on OBFCLPTII’s level. so it’s actually a compliment. me personally? this CNN album bangs. great beats, features. and Nore goes in hard, his lyrical skills went through the roof for this album. anyone agree??

  17. Suvio-Blue Says:

    i stand corrected, i read it wrong, faults…bout to peek this CNN jawns see what they workin wit

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