Video: Jeremih ft. Curtis – Down On Me (Behind The Scenes)

From my understanding, I thought the video was out already.

Previously: Curtis Speaks On Working With Michael Jackson

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11 Responses to “Video: Jeremih ft. Curtis – Down On Me (Behind The Scenes)”

  1. FreeOnSMASH Says:

  2. Hopp Says:

    ” was about to ask y u follow dude ”

    DBlock actually did, once.

    I guess you win for actually checking the link.

  3. big_seth Says:

    rex hussla Says:
    December 3rd, 2010 at 5:28 pm
    Seth you check the Stones Throw Site out lately? They just put up a couple of real ill posters, one is a 24 x 24 print of Doom’s Hoe Cakes Vinyl artwork and the other is a Madvillain 18 x 24. I’m gonna cop the J. Dilla Rough Draft 18 x24, I got an ill ass frame for it. Poster is only $8.50

    hell yea. I copped that Madvillainy one already. I need to frame it still.

    I might cop the Hoe Cakes & Dilla one too.

    I did grab that All Caps shirt. LOL.

  4. big_seth Says:

    b hates Spitta more than land hates Big Boi…

    b = Lil Romeo?

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

    That new AZ worth a download?

  6. rex hussla Says:

    I did grab that All Caps shirt. LOL.


    Yeah I’m copping the black one…I gotta place that order today. *daps*

  7. Rec Says:

    Down On Me


  8. XerCes Says:

    b=one of them fly society cats
    “Fuck Curren$y!”

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

    I can see why the blogosphere has fallen head over heels for Roc Marciano’s Marcberg. It certainly sounds nothing like what most of our chosen genre has managed to vomit out in 2010. However, it isn’t very good, either. Have our collective standards dropped so low that a guy who mumbles into the mic, recording muddled stream-of-consciousness rhymes over mostly unfinished instrumentals, can be seen as a savior? Apparently. Roc Marcy is definitely not the worst rapper in the world, but the majority of his performances on Marcberg feel rushed and thoughtless, leaving the audience with a “what the fuck did I just waste my time listening to?”-type of feeling. Only sparks of creativity are found from our host, who could potentially have a winner on his hands if the upcoming reissue actually features A-list talent double-checking his work. I hope Marcy spits all of his bars into an actual microphone and not a discarded soup can with a string attached, as Marcberg sounds to me. I liked a few of the songs, but if this is the pinnacle of Roc Marcy’s career, then I won’t give much of a fuck if he fades away again. It’s okay to have high standards, you two: hip hop deserves better than Marcberg. Yeah, I said it. Disagree with me all you want, but there is no way this album deserves all of the accolades it’s been getting. Roc Marcy can absolutely do better. The best thing I can say about Marcberg is that it was okay enough for me to care enough about the reissue, but that’s not much of a compliment for the original pressing. This album was a meh. — Hip Hop Isn’t Dead

  10. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    lil b >>>>

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