Video: Rick Ross – Live Fast, Die Young (Live)


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  1. Black Says:

    Key to a hit pop song, play it round 5-9 year olds if they repeat it its a hit, 2-5 year olds repeat the hook and you got a number one hit…My daughter know empirte state of mind hook and she is 2 1/2 and i dont even play that song…

    ^^^^^^^^^

    This is true as shit. Ive seen my nieces and nephews rock out to big singles. Its really sad that an infant could be a trendsetter in a multimillion dollar business if u think about it.

  2. Remixznflow Says:

    Key to a hit pop song, play it round 5-9 year olds if they repeat it its a hit, 2-5 year olds repeat the hook and you got a number one hit…My daughter know empirte state of mind hook and she is 2 1/2 and i dont even play that song…

    ^
    thats crazy…

    they really tryin to fuck up your mind and soul..

  3. Free J Says:

    This is true as shit. Ive seen my nieces and nephews rock out to big singles. Its really sad that an infant could be a trendsetter in a multimillion dollar business if u think about it.

    ^^^

    lol let me find out they got infants sittin aound a table at board meetings

  4. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    July 21st, 2010 at 12:30 pm
    Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    July 21st, 2010 at 12:24 pm
    Black Says:

    July 21st, 2010 at 12:22 pm
    When songs like this become a hit it makes me realize that i could never be an A&R or something like that. I truly hate this song and if i was in charge of a label i would never have released this shit.

    ^^^^

    Key to a hit pop song, play it round 5-9 year olds if they repeat it its a hit, 2-5 year olds repeat the hook and you got a number one hit…My daughter know empirte state of mind hook and she is 2 1/2 and i dont even play that song
    ^^^^
    damn man, that radio is crazy huh?
    my brother having his first son soon, im making sure when im there, its all quality music. jazz, rock, rap, etc. but its gotta be Nas, BIG, 2pac, Big L, Wu Tang, Run DMC, BlackStar, etc….

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    and to make a crazy hit, just add a hand clap in the bead (see j.d) and add kids singing the hook (see all trick daddys major hits)

  5. Remixznflow Says:

    is this nigga performing in an over sized equipment shed?

  6. lil mane young Says:

    lol let me find out they got infants sittin aound a table at board meetings

    ^ this Is actually FACT.

    2pac was signed because the daughter of an exec liked his demo.

  7. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    dam that Nicki Minaj could get it in any way at any time, any where. As long as she promises not to rap or sing

  8. Rey Says:

    **exits**

  9. Free J Says:

    damn man, that radio is crazy huh?
    my brother having his first son soon, im making sure when im there, its all quality music. jazz, rock, rap, etc. but its gotta be Nas, BIG, 2pac, Big L, Wu Tang, Run DMC, BlackStar, etc….

    ^^^

    i sense a new emcee being born…

  10. mcb Says:

    yeah that shit is a gem about kids and the hooks/songs.

    i feel like if you broke down the characteristics/set up of songs, and displayed single revenue produced/number oflistens or albums sold, some of those patterns would be a strong connecton/correlation.

    i mean this is kinda obvious, but I wonder how much research is done into this

  11. b Says:

    i like what they doing over there at lemonadeispopular

  12. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    Remixznflow Says:

    July 21st, 2010 at 12:35 pm
    is this nigga performing in an over sized equipment shed?

    ^^^^^^^^
    lmao

  13. Black Says:

    lol let me find out they got infants sittin aound a table at board meetings

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    Beats and flow/melody is all u need nowadays. You could rap about paint drying on the “hard in the Paint” beat and the youngins would love it.

  14. b Says:

    as far as the hooks are concerned the simpler the better.they dont call it the hook for nothing, when done properly it hooks you.

  15. Free J Says:

    Beats and flow/melody is all u need nowadays. You could rap about paint drying on the “hard in the Paint” beat and the youngins would love it.

    ^^^

    true. real rap i almost i said ALMOST made a song about eatin cereal jus to see whta would happen but i would be pissed if i blew up off that because at that exact moment i created my image

  16. Free J Says:

    as far as the hooks are concerned the simpler the better.they dont call it the hook for nothing, when done properly it hooks you.

    ^^^

    yerp, i agree…all my hooks be simple even the meaningful songs, dont overcomplicate things.

  17. D. Billz Says:

    Picking a Dope Single

    Clearly people have forgotten, ignored, or simply don’t understand the SCIENCE of choosing a hit record. This is what separates your music moguls from those who just want to market music to an isolated audience. Using children as a gauge to what’s a “hit” is simply a microcosm of the big picture. People of ALL ages remember catchy hooks and singles. People of ALL ages could remember “Bonita Applebum, ya gotta put me on”. People of ALL ages could remember “911 is a joke”. People of ALL ages could remember “I need a round-the-way girl”. Regardless of what type of rap you want to classify them (i.e. “segregate”) them under (conscious, gangsta, etc), all memorable songs had a dope hook. It’s a science that many artists can’t grasp which is why labels hire others to surround them with better ideas. If you want to just be an artist and earn a legitimate living, then hooks may or may not be a concern. But if you want to get airplay on the radio, sell records, and do major tours then a memorable hook is inevitable.

  18. kedordu Says:

    This is true as shit. Ive seen my nieces and nephews rock out to big singles. Its really sad that an infant could be a trendsetter in a multimillion dollar business if u think about it.

    ^^^

    lol let me find out they got infants sittin aound a table at board meetings
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    lmao ( life after death)

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