Curtis – They Burned Me (Final/Mastered)

An unfinished, although CDQ, version of this song finally leaked on Friday and Curtis said he’d leak the finished version himself. There’s some additional singing on the chorus/bridge now.

Curtis – They Burned Me (Final/Mastered) | Mediafire

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Previously: Curtis – They Burn Me [CDQ/Tagged]


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48 Responses to “Curtis – They Burned Me (Final/Mastered)”

  1. 007 Says:

    File not Found

    I keep hearin bout this song is it any good?

  2. D. Billz Says:

    dos equis Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 11:22 am

    In 2010 I would definitely clown someone rockin’ Phat Farm or Rocawear, but I definitely would support Play Cloths

    ^^In 8 months you will be saying the same thing about Play Cloths though..we as blacks just love to put time/age limits on our own shit..be it music, clothes, cars… wtv

    Niggaz “trend” everything..a big reason why white folks dont want us cosigning their shit most of the time….word to that 300 year champagne company that niggaz used, abused and discarded in 3 years.

    ^ It aint about trending it’s about transcending with the times. IMO, Rocawear, Phat Farm, and a few others got stuck in the 90′s with the abuse of logos and the underwhelming pieces that nobody rocks anymore. I don’t wanna walk in the store and see a Rocawear turtleneck in 2010 like that’s the business. I’m not a fashionista, but the things that I do like now are either simple (tees, cargo shorts, Levi 501′s) or artful (H&M, American Apparel which is also simple). LV, Gucci, Prada, etc. have basically been puttin’ out the same clothes, bags, shoes, since their inception. Italian designers hands down have the game on smash, whether it be the big brands I just named or a small shop with nice suits (see: Boyd’s in Philly). I want to support Black brands really bad, but not if it’s subpar. So you’re right, Play Cloths will get the same treatment Roc, Phat, Fubu, and others will get if I’m not impressed. But Polo has been “trending” back and forth forever and Ralph aint goin’ nowhere no time soon.

  3. Remixznflow Says:

    # landlord Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 11:30 am

    Remixznflow Says:

    nation do you ever sleep?

    fuck…

    ———-

    AYOOO

    ^
    a flag gets thrown on that?

    damn..

  4. London Bloke Says:

    @ cOLD

    Yes

  5. nation Says:

    >> File not Found

    press refresh

  6. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Cam’ron- Wanna Get >>>>>>>>

  7. Hopp Says:

    I’m ghost, peace to you all.

  8. cypher Says:

    agreed, it’s going on day 2 and still no “aggressive content c-section mix” ….smh

    ^
    its not gonna happen.they dont want to post it stop, bringing it up.

    That being said the monday mix >>> the agressive content mix

    oh and i’m still roffl’n at Amp

  9. b Says:

    how many brothers fell victim to the streets
    rest in peace young nigga
    theres a heaven for a g
    be a lie if i told u that i never thought of death
    my nigga we the last ones left,cuz life goes on

  10. Remixznflow Says:

    # cypher Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 11:37 am

    agreed, it’s going on day 2 and still no “aggressive content c-section mix” ….smh

    ^
    its not gonna happen.they dont want to post it stop, bringing it up.

    That being said the monday mix >>> the agressive content mix

    oh and i’m still roffl’n at Amp

    ^
    could someone please link this mix?

  11. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    So you’re right, Play Cloths will get the same treatment Roc, Phat, Fubu, and others will get if I’m not impressed. But Polo has been “trending” back and forth forever and Ralph aint goin’ nowhere no time soon.

    ^Right, and the retort to this is what someone said earlier, that blacks tend not to get in business to produce quality products and services, just to make money. With that mind state, you’re not looking at quality, you’re just trying to maximize profits, build up a quick and fleeting brand and cash out at the right time.

    So I don’t knock people for buying designer shit, word to my 5 pairs of prada sneakers, that will never go out of style to me, but, no one cant tell me that blacks can’t do the same shit

  12. dee Says:

    if this song were actually “new” i would say this is the best 50 has been [||] in damn near 5 years.

  13. dos equis Says:

    25.

    But Polo has been “trending” back and forth forever and Ralph aint goin’ nowhere no time soon.

    ^^To be honest no one(niggaz) was rocking polo “like that” a few years back(not saying they fell off). I’m not saying we shouldnt progress but at the same time doesnt mean we have to kill our OWN brands in the process..walk into a room and ask “who used to wear Karl Kani” and its like you asked “who here burning?”..we take little to no pride in having our own shit..if even to fall back on.

    Leave a Reply

  14. dos equis Says:

    Amp: What you want me to do?

    Casket: Just go in..nahmean..dont be scared..its just me and you

    Amp: Aite yo fuck it..shout to Nahright

  15. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    SN: That article on the Marley family law suit is fucked up.

    I hate the fact that the music business is built on exploitation

  16. cypher Says:

    I buy what looks good to me at the time regardless of the brand.. i bought a rockawear button up bout a month ago, and i went to target and bought a mario no name t-shirt last week.

    I never inderstood why niggas place so much value in brand names… if its to pull bitches then the ones that are only fucking with you cause you got on Gucci is shallow anyway..so do you reall want them?

  17. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    Amp: What you want me to do?

    Casket: Just go in..nahmean..dont be scared..its just me and you

    Amp: Aite yo fuck it..shout to Nahright

    ^Seriously… am I the only one that still thinks they’re the same person… I just can’t get past their inceptions/introductions to the c-section

  18. cOLD Says:

    no more than scab reporting and ripped carson daily vids

    ^ blog daylight face to face without a vest.

  19. iKeepsIt100.com Says:

    this beat sucks…p!

  20. landlord Says:

    DC (District of Chase) Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 11:46 am
    Amp: What you want me to do?

    Casket: Just go in..nahmean..dont be scared..its just me and you

    Amp: Aite yo fuck it..shout to Nahright

    ^Seriously… am I the only one that still thinks they’re the same person… I just can’t get past their inceptions/introductions to the c-section

    ————

    i been thought/knew that..

    its either that, or theyre married

  21. cOLD Says:

    Seriously… am I the only one that still thinks they’re the same person… I just can’t get past their inceptions/introductions to the c-section

    ^ roffle. similarities are stricking, the quick wit humor, the tech know how… aggressivness. etc, But its like tryna find the square root of pi ir what really happened to Hoffa.

  22. cypher Says:

    ^Seriously… am I the only one that still thinks they’re the same person… I just can’t get past their inceptions/introductions to the c-section

    ————

    i been thought/knew that..

    its either that, or theyre married

    ^
    life partner ether

  23. landlord Says:

    youtube clips of 50 back in 97-99 >>>

  24. D. Billz Says:

    # dos equis Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 11:41 am

    25.

    But Polo has been “trending” back and forth forever and Ralph aint goin’ nowhere no time soon.

    ^^To be honest no one(niggaz) was rocking polo “like that” a few years back(not saying they fell off). I’m not saying we shouldnt progress but at the same time doesnt mean we have to kill our OWN brands in the process..walk into a room and ask “who used to wear Karl Kani” and its like you asked “who here burning?”..we take little to no pride in having our own shit..if even to fall back on.

    Leave a Reply

    ^ You’re right, no one was rockin’ like that a few years back which is why I said “back and forth”. Polo has had it’s phases with our generation but with or without us the brand isn’t going anywhere. We don’t have to kill our Black brands but we should expect them to keep up and even exceed the competition. Or, each company/designer just focused on the one they do best (whether it be shoes, shirts, or whatever) and team up with other designers who also have niche markets. Then, what you just created is a boutique. Also, we must deviate from the thought of just aiming our products at just Black people. As a matter of fact, if you really wanna be strategic, start off with simple designs and hit up these independent rap shows where you have a broad demographic. Fashion is all about being bold and reachin’ out to people. A Black owned business is still a Black owned business no matter WHO’S buying it. But you need to have goals in mind. For instance, if you plan to just do some local gear and cater it to that market then do that. DC has been doing it for years (Hobo, Mchunu, Shooters, etc). But if your goal is to reach other people then you gotta take a different route.

  25. cOLD Says:

    *cOLD’s it up*

    *doesnt accept company buy out*
    *waste life away behind office desk*
    *has failed*

  26. cypher Says:

    Kev and MCB are the same person too..

    however Landlord, Black Farve, OJ Orion are all different people..

  27. dos equis Says:

    The RICHEST Man In New York . . . Mayor Bloomberg . . . Only Owns TWO PAIRS OF SHOES!!!

    ^^This is how you get more rich.

  28. mcb Says:

    cypher Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 11:52 am
    Kev and MCB are the same person too..

    however Landlord, Black Farve, OJ Orion are all different people..
    ^^^
    hahahahaahah

  29. b Says:

    they placed me in this violent environment
    block so hot they need to fire the cops and hire some firemen
    thugs get placed in early retirement if they graze yo head
    u made yo bed nigga now lie in it -saigon gems

  30. Sam Says:

    Camp Lo – Back Uptown>>>>>>

  31. landlord Says:

    however Landlord, Black Farve, OJ Orion are all different people..

    —————-

    k

    and its RJ, not OJ…

    no crossover

  32. London Bloke Says:

    cOLD Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 11:51 am
    *cOLD’s it up*

    *doesnt accept company buy out*
    *waste life away behind office desk*
    *has failed*

    ^

    Keep trying for your escape route (no poor album)

    Once you give up, youre already dead

  33. landlord Says:

    Kev and MCB are the same person too..

    —–

    word

    a black muslim and a white jew find love on the internet..

    i mean cmon..

    how scripted is that?

  34. cypher Says:

    k

    and its RJ, not OJ…

    no crossover

    ^
    meh.. you understood what I was saying regardless

  35. D. Billz Says:

    DC (District of Chase) Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 11:40 am

    So you’re right, Play Cloths will get the same treatment Roc, Phat, Fubu, and others will get if I’m not impressed. But Polo has been “trending” back and forth forever and Ralph aint goin’ nowhere no time soon.

    ^Right, and the retort to this is what someone said earlier, that blacks tend not to get in business to produce quality products and services, just to make money. With that mind state, you’re not looking at quality, you’re just trying to maximize profits, build up a quick and fleeting brand and cash out at the right time.

    ^I’m sayin’. Either you love what you do or you don’t. We use everything as just a hustle and wonder why it falls apart so quickly and then complain about it. You know how much work goes into a hand-crafted leather bag? I’m not a label whore and has NEVER owned any of those luxury brands, but I know quality stuff when I see it/touch it. The fabric, stitching, and patterns are meticulously done over and over again. Not to mention, it was a lot of failures before they made it big. People need to do their research and homework. “How much is sewing/pressing machine equipment?”… “How much is certain fabric per square inch?”… “Who are some of the local stores that will display my items and for how much?”

    I don’t know all of the answers and questions but I’m sure there are more.

  36. b Says:

    way before i ever heard of a dat or a 4 track
    i was a stone crook nigga the hook i was off that
    shorty that used to toss crack getting chased by the force on horseback
    usually brought me down in 24 flat i’d be getting cuffed wit a knee in my back
    bitches yelling get offa him im yelling to peter tell g where im at
    situations hardly ever change traded guns for bigger and better things
    married the streets exchanged wedding rings
    now the flow will remain in your brain like amphetamines
    niggas couldnt wreck the reign if they train to forever came
    u lame u know how many names got framed
    even little james got framed for some flames i aimed. – sai giddy gems

  37. cypher Says:

    *gets ready for powerpoint presetation at meeting*
    *plays trap ball*
    *demonstrates the companys increase in swag via Pie Chart*

  38. 007 Says:

    a black muslim and a white jew find love on the internet..

    i mean cmon..

    how scripted is that?

    ^Game Over

  39. mcb Says:

    landlord Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 11:56 am
    Kev and MCB are the same person too..

    —–

    word

    a black muslim and a white jew find love on the internet..

    i mean cmon..

    how scripted is that?
    ^^^
    sad at best

  40. cypher Says:

    Niggas think having have clothing label means getting different color T-shirts a pasting a big ass label on it.. and then inflating the price.

  41. dos equis Says:

    Also, we must deviate from the thought of just aiming our products at just Black people. As a matter of fact, if you really wanna be strategic, start off with simple designs and hit up these independent rap shows where you have a broad demographic. Fashion is all about being bold and reachin’ out to people. A Black owned business is still a Black owned business no matter WHO’S buying it. But you need to have goals in mind. For instance, if you plan to just do some local gear and cater it to that market then do that. DC has been doing it for years (Hobo, Mchunu, Shooters, etc). But if your goal is to reach other people then you gotta take a different route.

    ^^I understand what you’re saying, but in this world black consumers dont give black companies a fair chance..as a black clothing owner youll simply wake up one day and niggaz wont be fucking with u no more cause you arent trendy, no matter your quality..sean john, roc, etc was more popular than gucci a few years ago..now when those same black companies have to compete with established 100 year companies that’s where the demise of black companies happen.

    Whites are still buying Tommy, DKNY etc.

    Everything is cyclical so black owned clothing co’s will come back in style again, just not under the same names as which they left.

  42. mcb Says:

    you know i got special effects, where i talk like Kev while video taping a concert, then show mcb in the front row somehow.

    illusions

  43. 007 Says:

    Everything is cyclical so black owned clothing co’s will come back in style again, just not under the same names as which they left.

    ^This. Karl Kani owns Coogi and in some places Coogi is hot

    #Bamma

  44. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    *Still owns a K.Kani linen shirt*

    Hmm may rock it tomorrow for a gag.

  45. D. Billz Says:

    # dos equis Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:03 pm

    Also, we must deviate from the thought of just aiming our products at just Black people. As a matter of fact, if you really wanna be strategic, start off with simple designs and hit up these independent rap shows where you have a broad demographic. Fashion is all about being bold and reachin’ out to people. A Black owned business is still a Black owned business no matter WHO’S buying it. But you need to have goals in mind. For instance, if you plan to just do some local gear and cater it to that market then do that. DC has been doing it for years (Hobo, Mchunu, Shooters, etc). But if your goal is to reach other people then you gotta take a different route.

    ^^I understand what you’re saying, but in this world black consumers dont give black companies a fair chance..as a black clothing owner youll simply wake up one day and niggaz wont be fucking with u no more cause you arent trendy, no matter your quality..sean john, roc, etc was more popular than gucci a few years ago..now when those same black companies have to compete with established 100 year companies that’s where the demise of black companies happen.

    Whites are still buying Tommy, DKNY etc.

    Everything is cyclical so black owned clothing co’s will come back in style again, just not under the same names as which they left.

    ^ Which goes back to my original point is that you gotta play to win. Change is great. It’s hard to change something when you have success doing the same thing over and over again. But when you start to feel that people might be looking for something new then it’s time to reinvent yourself and your company and do something new. Put out a boutique line or a small collection in the same places other streetwear brands are sold and keep goin’. Then when the tables turn go back to doing what you were doing from the jump. The people who support those other brands (Tommy, Ralph, Nautica) is because they stick to the core of what they do: polos, pants, and sweaters. Yeah, they venture out and do other things because they know that there’s a market out there that always wants to see somethin’ new. Also, those brands erected [||] with a simple target audience in mind. Tommy had the preps. Nautica had the boaters (and fat people). Ralph had your casual man. We gotta stop trying to do/be everything and develop a niche. When all else fails you have to be able to fall back on the ones who helped build your brand. Skateboarders, construction workers, or whoever that may be.

  46. mustafa Says:

    This joint is hot I like the sped up sample

  47. MisUnderstood Says:

    Eskay…does this song entitle you to label it “50 Cent” instead of “Curtis”…this song is FIRE!!

    You are relentless with your anti-50 tirade and you have all of these F*ck Boys following suit! They don’t know what is hot or not…you even gave Officer Ricky a pass and you now call him Rick Ross!

    Give credit when credit is due! If it’s wack…then its wack…but when its HOT…give the man his just due!

    Think Eskay must be Jah Rule or Irv Gotti’s 1st cousin…DAMN

  48. ANON Says:

    CRAP MUSIC.

    CURTIS LOST.

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