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Video: Show TuFli – Normal Sin

This kid fell off my radar a little something but this is pretty dope.

Previously: Show TuFli ft. Vado – The Block (Video)

Edit: this ain’t bad either Show TuFli – Midnight Hour

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8 Responses to “Video: Show TuFli – Normal Sin”


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  2. Cypher Says:

    This kid fell off my radar a little something but this is pretty dope.

    what does this mean?

  3. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    The Diplomats [Dipset] have reconciled and reunited, any chance you’ll be working with them again?

    I did something with Juelz a couple of years back. I have no problems with Juelz [business wise or personality wise] we are still cool.

    As far as me working with them [Dipset] as a whole? Probably not. Good times though, we made some good records. Sometimes… you make your mark with somebody, don’t try to relive it, just let it be that moment in history that it was and keep it moving.

  4. Charles Oakley Says:

    This kid fell off my radar a little something but this is pretty dope.

    what does this mean?

  5. Charles Oakley Says:

    dblock who is that interview with, where the link at

  6. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    Having worked with many female rappers in the early 00s, what are you views on the ‘demise of the female emcee’?

    For the past 6-7 years there hasn’t been a relevant female emcee [in terms of the mainstream]. Nicki Minaj is the first one we’ve seen in recent years who has come along and been taken seriously. The reason why we saw the demise of the female emcee is because so many of them were personas, they weren’t people. The most successful artists, of any genre are people and not personas. People love Jay-Z because he is Jay-Z, people love Eminem because he is Eminem and so forth. Personas get old after a while. With female emcees there was a sex persona, you know? You can’t make a career out of that. Combine that with the fact that somebody else is writing your rhymes and these rhymes are coming from the same perspectiveve, after a while it gets tired. Even when we did have relevant Emcees there was really only 3: Eve, Foxy and Kim. And Da Brat years before that. With Foxy and Kim it was really a case of ‘whose ghost written rhymes do you like better? Big’s or Jay’s?’, subject matter was more of the same so by the time they decided to come into their own as artists it was a little too late and a lot of the industry had already moved on or grew up. With the rise of Nicki Minaj the door should be open again, but this time they have to be people and not personas.

  7. d_Block_4_Life Says:


  8. vhingrhamesonyo'momma Says:

    i’m who again? rap.

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