Video: Black Milk, Bishop Lamont & eLZhi – Goatit (Live in L.A.)

Bishop Lamont joined Black and eLZhi on stage for the first time to perform “Goatit” off the Caltroit project at the Roxy in L.A. Black Milk and eLZhi perform the single “Deadly Medley” here.

Props to LAStereoTV

Previously: Black Milk claims the Random Axe album is dropping by the end of the year (Video)


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282 Responses to “Video: Black Milk, Bishop Lamont & eLZhi – Goatit (Live in L.A.)”

  1. cypher Says:

    Niggas post verse of M.O.P displaying this lyrical depth…

  2. Casket Face Says:

    yo’ MOP are babaric project trolls…type of niggas that bust out you car window for the change in your cup holder just to buy a loosie.

    beating up dj’s cause the electrical in the building was bad? c’mon’ son but sitll warriors is a classic….

    calm down >
    blood sweat tears >

    still get goosebumps, 90’s went the hardest the era let them go

  3. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Yo, the whole scenery is packed in, people dressed in black and
    The whole place is flooded with tears, I’m surrounded by my peers
    There I lay, day after day has been a struggle for the man
    But when I’m put six feet under, will my son understand?
    This is some, ILL shit, that we DEAL with, because
    Caps get pealed QUICK, and we be dealin’ with some real shit
    It’s like a universal cycle, I’m a disciple
    You could be left not breathing even if you walking with your bible
    So when m body hit that soil and sinkin’
    I’m gonna be lookin’ right over my son, even when I’m dead and stinkin’
    A legacy is left behind, for mine
    So he can stay strong, so that he can move on, when I’m dead and gone

  4. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    I was a young child, lost, went to church on Sundays
    Walking a narrow road that lead me to gunplay
    I was a good boy respect my mommy
    Looked up to them OGs like Querto, Phil, and Donny
    Felt good as a young nigga
    Comin home from school gettin love from them neighborhood drug dealers
    Wrote change, Cadillac Sevilles
    But spoke real, was a tradition, Brownsville
    That was the first chapter, passin these stages
    But the book is wider and its a lot more pages
    The game changed, people got foul
    And the same little chuch boy is buckwild
    Runnin wit my homeboys from three three nine
    And one five four five, totin four fives
    I kept dreams of being a rap dude
    But I know the streets too well so I pack tools
    I lost a lot of loved ones to these streets
    And lost a lot of loved ones over beef
    That goes to show these streets haunt ya
    Look what society created now, a monsta

  5. tROUBLEsHOOTER1900 Says:

    # cypher Says:
    October 9th, 2010 at 7:48 pm

    Do you think ones personal opinion overides the validity of another?

    ^No. But to debate and see where their conclusion of something stemmed from and how they built their opinion to that point is key to me evaluating my own logic as well as theirs.

    ^
    Or tearing down the opposing opinion…

    ^So why you ask me if you were going to agree? Your and my statement laid in agreement before the question was “propped”, lol.

  6. G7 Says:

    >>@G7 I’m not saying they are actually dumb, I’m talking about the music.

    ^okay cool. if you do go through MO’s catalogue though they have plenty of songs with real content and messages. Waka is much more heavy on the ignorant scale. done with this now…lol.

  7. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    I wish somebody would lend a hand
    So they could see how I fell inside
    Im on an emotional roller coaster ride
    Nothing to hide
    A long time ago I set aside my pride
    And used my past as a ghetto guide
    A few good men died, several wept stood beside me
    So I could smooth out the road for those that come behind me
    You know where you can find me
    Out on the back blocks
    Grippin black glocks in front of crack spots
    Its just a hobby
    And since I was a baby
    Thuggin, smokin, drinkin, totin is how the first family raised me
    ( He who lives as a gangter, will perish in these streets )
    I know thats deep
    But I still shed tears for my mother, two years
    After shed been laid to rest
    And still some things I need to chisel off my chest
    My remedy for stress, I conversate wit my oldest brother
    Ten years after his death
    I know theres nothin left
    So Im forced to take a deep breath
    Before I attempt to take another step
    A lot of brothas slept
    A lot of brothas was left cold in the street and told
    This is what your future holds

  8. hl Says:

    Fame makes ignorant music.

    Waka is just ignorant.

    ^I can dig it. I’m not trying to tear M.O.P. down, because they’re dope. But I don’t listen to them because for lyrics really. But that’s just me.

  9. tROUBLEsHOOTER1900 Says:

    How enormous is M.O.P.’s pocket is a pop quiz for gossipers
    See me looking dreamy at Oscar’s hood opulate
    Means esoteric how we wore it
    exoticness….

    #M.O.P.gems

  10. hl Says:

    G7 Says:

    >>@G7 I’m not saying they are actually dumb, I’m talking about the music.

    ^okay cool. if you do go through MO’s catalogue though they have plenty of songs with real content and messages. Waka is much more heavy on the ignorant scale. done with this now…lol.

    ^They have a MUCH larger catalog than Waka. And Waka has a few songs where he’s actually saying some shit too. I’m sure the ratio is similar. I done with this too though. lol

  11. G7 Says:

    those two verses Amp just posted deaded this whole argument.

  12. Casket Face Says:

    Go head nigga
    A whole lot changed since my brother left
    (I can feel you baby)
    And since my mothers death
    (I can feel you baby)
    But as time past, I could see my life flash
    Leavin the body and theres no breath
    (I can feel ya)
    I chose not to let my beretta swing
    Cause Im a veteran
    And Im livin for the better things
    Its cold-hearted b
    Check the majority of blacks
    They slingin crack, livin in poverty
    (true life testament)
    What you gotta do is live what your life give
    And make the best of it
    (try to see the rest of it)
    Cause you could easily fall victim to these streets
    And deaths most definate
    (blood)
    Is for the brothers that died
    The mothers that cried
    The brothers that tried
    All we do is
    (sweat)
    Steady puttin to work
    Handling dirt
    Holding your turf
    We all shed
    (tears)
    For the loved ones
    The thug ones
    And all deceased peers
    And while these other cats play hard
    Ima praise god
    And thank God that Im here
    Blood sweat and tears

  13. cypher Says:

    ^So why you ask me if you were going to agree? Your and my statement laid in agreement before the question was “propped”, lol.

    ^
    thought it appropiate to use the Socratic method, in response to your Plato reference.. although the question would have been better served directed at amp

  14. G7 Says:

    lol @ tRouble @ 7:56

  15. tROUBLEsHOOTER1900 Says:

    Young Berg’s music>

    Nigga drops GEMS

    *KNOWS I can’t even quote half a bar from this asshole*

  16. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Eat with gwap, chew with gwap
    Gotta chest of gwap, Fuck with gwap
    Sleep with gwap, about my gwap
    Man I only talk about gwap
    I be off that extacy
    So please homeboy dont fuck with me
    Extasome, Yup!
    Extacy, Bopp!
    Rapping fruity dimey bricks
    Got the shawty stupid rich
    Green diamond spend this shit
    I bought it 4 the hell of it
    Kush pack loud come and buy you can smell the shit
    28’s so fucking high I’m sitting on them elephants
    Talking to my plug, and my man go trapping
    Smeezy on the trap and Lil Trav selling yoppers
    Cap is selling mid by the motherfucking pound
    I dont want that shit you can have the Bobby Brown

  17. hl Says:

    I be off that extacy
    So please homeboy dont fuck with me
    Extasome, Yup!
    Extacy, Bopp!

    ^Waka?

  18. Casket Face Says:

    Ox was livin’ that life …them maids was cookin’ up that five star dread menu with the walkie talkies on deck and the mack under the apron…

    belly >

  19. tROUBLEsHOOTER1900 Says:

    ABCDEFG
    WAKKA, WAKKA!!!!
    HIJKLMNOP
    BOW BOW BOW! WAAAKKKKKAAAAA
    WAAAKKKKAAAA!!!!!
    QRS BOW! BOW!
    TUV WAKA!
    WX BOW!!
    Y AND Z
    WAKKA! WAKKA!

    WAAAAAAAKKKKKKKKKKKKKAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!

    #wakagems

  20. G7 Says:

    #wakazirconia

  21. Casket Face Says:

    yo who got blasted up the illest in hip hop?
    who took the most bullets?

  22. hl Says:

    *daps Amp, G7, etc*

    I’m gone..

  23. G7 Says:

    usershare.net/jnzk08jcm1om

    Jay-z “December 4th” Kev Brown remix

    KB >>>

  24. G7 Says:

    peace, hl

  25. tROUBLEsHOOTER1900 Says:

    I think HH is A Chick

  26. Hopp Says:

    Big Meech thinks he’s HH.

  27. Jeezy The Snowman Says:

    Mr. 17.5

  28. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    I’m gone..
    ==============
    Me too.

    Me & the kid are having a Resident Evil marathon.

    She loves those shit movies lol.

  29. Remixznflow Says:

    test

  30. Hopp Says:

    ” Remixznflow Says: ”

    Welcome back.

  31. spirit equality Says:

    all this talk about “spirit” had my ears burning. lol.

    *daps all*

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