Saigon – It’s Cold

The constant delays and push backs that plagued this project were exasperating to say the least, but I can’t front, the joints that have come out so far have been pretty dope. When I get my hands on the whole album, I’m gonna make a sincere effort to sit down and give it an honest listen and see if I still give a fuck. I think I just might.

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224 Responses to “Saigon – It’s Cold”

  1. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Is it?

  2. Mag Says:

    Peep weezy playing keep up with Cory Gunz… Shits wack still wack.

    Fuck is he rapping bout.

  3. Mag Says:

    Carter 3 is still overrated.

    D2>C2>C3

  4. dockevoc Says:

    I fux with sai looking forward to album

  5. sarjo1988 Says:

    playimg keep up, i wouldnt call it that at all…if nething it seemed almost off place to put cory in there, but they both did there thing respectively, but outta the two i give the track to weezy nh

  6. Charles Oakley Says:

    I divide all hip hop fans into one of two camps: those who know “Black Star – Thieves in the Night (prod. by Hi-Tek)” is the GOAT track and those who don’t.

  7. sarjo1988 Says:

    rapradar.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/todd-selby-pharrell-williams-home-miami-16-570×889.jpg

    this piano is fuckin ill

  8. Charles Oakley Says:

    #FuckYourEarDrums(II)

  9. b Says:

    sai giddy>>>>>> sai is in my top ten.first mixtape rocked for three months straight on the discman.

  10. Jersey*made*me Says:

    When I get my hands on the whole album, I’m gonna make a sincere effort to sit down and give it an honest listen and see if I still give a fuck.

    ^^
    I said this same thing about Reggie’s new joint. Still haven’t copped or listened to that,and it bothers me that i’m in no rush to do so. That’s family too.

    *looks into the distance*

  11. JihaD Says:

    Charles Oakley Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:14 pm
    I divide all hip hop fans into one of two camps: those who know “Black Star – Thieves in the Night (prod. by Hi-Tek)” is the GOAT track and those who don’t.

    ^^

    Black Stars GOAT track?

    or the GOAT track, period?

    JihaD, comment 5443

  12. RIGZ Says:

    Kizzas and Niggas forget Barry BODIED Leslie.. on TAPE

    ^^

    No-one forgot…but really, who cares..?

    Ive watched that video once in my entire life…Ive listened to Free waayyyyy more than Cass

    Anyone can lose or win a battle. Thats not the be all and end all of MCing. Some people are better battlers than others

    Thats a small thing

    Free’s verse on What We Do > Cass’ last 2 Lps completely

    Cass lost.

  13. Charles Oakley Says:

    Jihad,

    Thieves in the Night, the track, is the GTOAT. This ain’t up for discussion.

  14. 50 Says:

    I’m gonna make a sincere effort to sit down and give it an honest listen and see if I still give a fuck. I think I just might.

    ^

    wow really? the great eskay will sit down from his busy schedule of posting on his blog in his PJ’s at home to listen to saigon cd. cause we all know we need his fuckin approval. smh

  15. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Anyone can lose or win a battle.

    ^^

    Word to 50 dragging that swine ass peace officer through all kinds of mud and niggas still vibing to them mediocre ass rhymes.

  16. andriulli Says:

    Man I remember when I thought “Believe It” was just such a banger

  17. JihaD Says:

    Yo, Barry was straight sonning Leslie…

    This shit wasn’t even fair, like fo real…

    Like, that nigga Leslie never quite recovered that swagger he had after the Hot 97 freestyle session.

    and the battle with Barry happened the SAME night.

    Damn, Leslie. Thank God you had Justin, Yeezy, and CamelGOAT backing you, cuz that battle coulda left you in the hood for real.

    JihaD, comment 5444

  18. b Says:

    weezys whole life is overrated.this guy isn’t even the best in the south.

  19. joe black Says:

    Last train to paris

  20. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Charles Oakley Says:

    December 14th, 2010 at 8:22 pm
    Jihad,

    Thieves in the Night, the track, is the GTOAT. This ain’t up for discussion.

    ^^
    This nigga Oak done hit his head,smh.

  21. andriulli Says:

    what is this eminem to play lead role in childs movie bullshit?

  22. Charles Oakley Says:

    I gotta believe that when the Supreme Being created hip hop, he had “Thieves in the Night” in mind.

  23. RIGZ Says:

    I dont listen to acapellas…lol

    So if you sound dope on a corner or in a room making threats to another man, but your CD is wack, you ultimately lost

    Cass got 1 dope Cd in his career

    Free got at least 4 and counting…

  24. Danny Ocean Says:

    LF: my girl was watching some show on VH1, and asked me out the blue:

    “you know it’s 2010…if I proposed to you, what would you say?”

    I froze.

  25. RIGZ Says:

    I think Murder Mook would beat alot of all of our top 5’s in a street corner battle, today.

    but Mook isnt even a top 200 MC

    *shrugs*

  26. JihaD Says:

    Free’s verse on What We Do > Cass’ last 2 Lps completely

    ^^

    His last two LPS?

    Yea, of course, but the comparision isn’t fair.

    But go back to Barrys FIRST 2 LPS for a better comparison.

    I can take Barrys verse on Can I Talk To You, The Problem Vs The Hustla, AM 2 Da PM… Sheeeeeeeeeit. The Message, or Cas Verse on Can’t Fade Me– nigga was rapping toe-to-toe with Nasir.

    Like I said, Cas body of work is REAL close to Leslies– Its moreso a preference, but to me, Cas has always been a BETTER Rapper, Leslie benefited from having Justin, Yeezy, and CamelGOAT in his corner. I don’t think Leslie with Swizz would get the same results, but I think Barry on the Roc at that time would be the fifth platinum act on that label (CamelGOAT, Clue, Young Gunz and Cam being the only ones.

    But the battle will always be the moment of truth for both of them, and in Philly, that shit is why niggas only sorta fuck with Leslie, and still fuck with Barry.

    JihaD, Comment 5445

  27. b Says:

    Damn, Leslie. Thank God you had Justin, Yeezy, and CamelGOAT backing you, cuz that battle coulda left you in the hood for real.

    ^I agree 100 percemt brother in law.I think had that battle taken plaace a few years earlier with the same results free woulda been in jail or got a trade or some shit.that shit was ugly, very embarrassing.

  28. Charles Oakley Says:

    Black Star – What’s Beef
    usershare.net/srk0z5mihbo3

    Chappelle’s Show Rip

    Chappelle’s Show RIP

  29. NovemberEnd Says:

    Thieves in the Night (prod. by Hi-Tek)
    ^^^^
    one of the greats

  30. RIGZ Says:

    Like I said, Cas body of work is REAL close to Leslies–

    ^^

    Nah, I dont see it. At all.

    I think Cassidy is mad over rated off the strength of that battle & a few freestyles.

  31. Charles Oakley Says:

    Cassidy’s music never moved me (II), I think it’s that monotonous flow of his. Different beats, one flow. Nah, son.

  32. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Party After 2 >>>>>

  33. JihaD Says:

    RIGZ Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:28 pm
    I dont listen to acapellas…lol

    So if you sound dope on a corner or in a room making threats to another man, but your CD is wack, you ultimately lost

    Cass got 1 dope Cd in his career

    Free got at least 4 and counting…

    ^^

    Cas has 3 solid albums… I haven’t heard CASH so I can’t judge it, but Cas first three albums, while uneven, are all pretty good.

    Which is pretty much what you can say for Leslie’s First 2 (I haven’t heard Stim Package, and I didn’t know he had a fourth album)

    JihaD, comment 5446

  34. RIGZ Says:

    But the battle will always be the moment of truth for both of them, and in Philly, that shit is why niggas only sorta fuck with Leslie, and still fuck with Barry.

    ^^^

    No shots, but that outlook is kinda dumb as fuck.

    No disrespect to anybody from Philly that feels that way. But lets be serious.

  35. Charles Oakley Says:

    Must be a Philly thing, because I’ve yet to meet a Cassidy fan outside of the internet.

  36. RIGZ Says:

    Cas has 3 solid albums…

    ^^

    I’m A Hustla is the only one.

    All the rest are garbage

  37. RIGZ Says:

    # Charles Oakley Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    Cassidy’s music never moved me (II), I think it’s that monotonous flow of his. Different beats, one flow. Nah, son.

    ^^

    THIS.

  38. Charles Oakley Says:

    Full Disclosure: I’ve never heard an entire Cassidy album. I’ve heard various album tracks, features, mixtape joints, and freestyles. I think he is a boring rapper, IMHO.

  39. RIGZ Says:

    # Charles Oakley Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:36 pm

    Must be a Philly thing, because I’ve yet to meet a Cassidy fan outside of the internet.

    ^^

    THIS too.

    I thought it was widely understood that I’m A Hustla was Cass’ best moment. And his only LP with any sorta replay value

    His next album had a good single, but nah. Shit was wack.

  40. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Wale Bout To Have A Hit Fuckin Wit Roscoe And Ross And Them

    That Talk2Me shit goes….

  41. Charles Oakley Says:

    I know various people find J. Cole sleep inducing, but when I hear Cassidy rap my head starts nodding, and it ain’t nodding to the beat.

  42. Samir Says:

    NovemberEnd Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:34 pm

    Hi-Tek one of the greats

    ^^^

    Truth. Talib has an interview recently where he says Blu & Exile’s “Below the Heavens” sounded like something he and Hi-Tek would’ve made when they were younger.

    Black Star – “Definition” is one of my favorite songs/videos ever.

  43. RIGZ Says:

    I’m A Hustla was a dope album though…that can still get played

  44. verses Says:

    RIGZ Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:41 pm
    I’m A Hustla was a dope album though…that can still get played

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^

    That was Joe BuddenSSSSSSS beat. As in he wanted it, Def Jam said no.

    *cues Def Jam / Jay Z Illuminati theory and him shittin on BuddenSSSSSSSS*

  45. Rec Says:

    SAI GIDDY>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  46. verses Says:

    Left field D’Angelo >>>>>>

    No homo.

  47. JihaD Says:

    RIGZ Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:37 pm
    Cas has 3 solid albums…

    ^^

    I’m A Hustla is the only one.

    All the rest are garbage

    ^^

    False.

    Get away from the singles.

    You gonna tell me songs like Tha Problem, Under Pressure, Pop That Cannon, Real Talk, Husslin, Around the World, and I’m Hungry are garbage?

    When’s the last time you ever listened to Split Personality?

    And Innocent Man, Where my niggas at?, Cash Rulez, Leaning On The Lord, Damn I Miss the Game, and All by Myself are garbage?

    When’s the last time you ever listened to BARS?

    I mean, you say Cass is overrated, but Free is unlistenable without a decent beat.

    And understand something– the battle culture in Philly is SERIOUS. Its not a game in the city, and EVERY rapper knows it. Cassidy fathered MAD styles in the city, while NO ONE raps like Leslie– sheeeeeeit, no one LISTENS to Leslie in the city, but they ride to Cas, Beans, Joey, Quilly, Meek, etc. all day- all cuz he couldn’t hold his own after popping fly on the radio.

    Sheeeit, my niggas beat that nigga the fuck up after he talked about Yeadon wasn’t riding on a radio freestyle (its on his G-Unit mixtape if I remember correctly)– then that nigga came out to one of the bars out here and got beaten and robbed and put on the SEPTA with no boots on in the middle of Dec.

    But like I said, Philly is different– Real Rap isn’t slang, its a way of life, ya dig?

    JihaD, comment 5447

  48. Bricktop Says:

    *nocturnal daps applied*

  49. Rec Says:

    YOU ALL SLEEPIN ON THAT

    DOC ISH – IS IT A DREAM

    JOE BUDDEN, TALIB KWELI, SEAN PRICE

  50. verses Says:

    NovemberEnd Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:34 pm

    Hi-Tek one of the greats

    ^^^

    Truth. Talib has an interview recently where he says Blu & Exile’s “Below the Heavens” sounded like something he and Hi-Tek would’ve made when they were younger.

    Black Star – “Definition” is one of my favorite songs/videos ever.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    rosenbergradio.com/2009/03/18/juan-epstein-feat-reflection-eternal/

  51. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Thought On This Philly Shit Remix >>>>

    And Eve Has To Be In GOAT Female Rapper Discussions… Bad Bitch, Rap Her Ass Off, Couple Movies And A TV Show And A Clothing Line…

  52. NovemberEnd Says:

    Hi-Tek one of the greats

    ^^^

    Truth. Talib has an interview recently where he says Blu & Exile’s “Below the Heavens” sounded like something he and Hi-Tek would’ve made when they were younger.

    Black Star – “Definition” is one of my favorite songs/videos ever.
    ^^^
    interesting comparison…

    Train Of Thought had a much more Jazzy vibe compared to soulful Below The Heavens….though i do see some similarities w/ Blu and Kweli

  53. Charles Oakley Says:

    Black Star >>>>>>>>

  54. JihaD Says:

    Charles Oakley Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:35 pm
    Cassidy’s music never moved me (II), I think it’s that monotonous flow of his. Different beats, one flow. Nah, son.

    ^^

    This is a personal opinion of course, but I can name PLENTY of monotonous flow rappers– it is what it is.

    Everybody got their own choices and what they like to listen to, but if you haven’t listened to each artists catalogue in their entirety, how can you compare?

    JihaD, comment 5448

  55. Bricktop Says:

    1) thank you to whomever it was that recommended using chrome.

  56. RIGZ Says:

    And understand something– the battle culture in Philly is SERIOUS. Its not a game in the city, and EVERY rapper knows it.

    ^^^

    Thats all good.

    Just understand that the rest of the WORLD doesnt care about that shit. At all.

    I dont care how nice you sound acapella or battling on a corner fam. I listen to music.

  57. Charles Oakley Says:

    Twice Inna Lifetime >>>>>>

  58. verses Says:

    black star respiration > _____________

  59. RIGZ Says:

    When’s the last time you ever listened to BARS?

    ^^

    Right before I frisbee’d it

  60. Charles Oakley Says:

    Everybody got their own choices and what they like to listen to, but if you haven’t listened to each artists catalogue in their entirety, how can you compare?
    ^
    If I listened to 15-20 tracks, and I wasn’t really feeling any of them like that, why would I listen to an entire album?

  61. Bricktop Says:

    2) just listened to “Kush” for the first time. worth the wait.

  62. Charles Oakley Says:

    Let alone an entire discography.

  63. NovemberEnd Says:

    Hi-Tek f. Nas, Common, Marsha Ambrosius – Music For Life

    usershare.net/afnmaeqy83ip

  64. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    Like I said, Cas body of work is REAL close to Leslies
    ^
    No where near.

  65. Charles Oakley Says:

    Thats all good.

    Just understand that the rest of the WORLD doesnt care about that shit. At all.

    ^
    thisthisthis

  66. RIGZ Says:

    When’s the last time you ever listened to Split Personality?

    ^^

    Actually not too long ago, on the strength of a Nah cosign believe it or not.

    I thought, maybe I should give it a second chance. Im not happy that I did.

    Excluding Im A Hustla (if you can), Cass is a Loaded Lux with a swizz deal

  67. Bricktop Says:

    3) just listened to this guy Blu that everybody on here is so infatuated with. smh. Bahamadia has got to be somewhere pissed off that some little yellow hippie is running around jocking her whole steez.

  68. Charles Oakley Says:

    Jihad,

    Also, I wasn’t comparing Cassidy to anyone, I just stated I don’t like his music outsides of a couple of tracks and features. I find him boring, that’s all.

  69. RIGZ Says:

    # d_Block_4_Life Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:50 pm

    Like I said, Cas body of work is REAL close to Leslies
    ^
    No where near.

    ^^

    Not even in the same time zone lol

  70. JihaD Says:

    RIGZ Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:47 pm
    And understand something– the battle culture in Philly is SERIOUS. Its not a game in the city, and EVERY rapper knows it.

    ^^^

    Thats all good.

    Just understand that the rest of the WORLD doesnt care about that shit. At all.

    I dont care how nice you sound acapella or battling on a corner fam. I listen to music.

    ^

    But I still wondering, where are all these Freeway fans, then?

    Cuz niggas ain’t bumping Free like that, AT ALL.

    And like I said, if you haven’t actually listened to Cas albums, how can you say they garbage, or wack?

    I mean cuz of the singles? Yea, they suck balls– FACT.

    But if you judging the album by that, and not actually listening, then you fail, cuz Cass albums have plenty of dope songs on them–FACT.

    And whats all this talk about acapella– I am comparing albums, and they both similar– both them niggas is completely a matter of preference. I just think Cass is a better rapper than Free, beat or acapella–period.

    @Oak- Fair point. Like I said, I don’t need to convince you of anything– thats a waste of my time and yours.

    JihaD, comment 5449

  71. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    I dont care how nice you sound acapella or battling on a corner fam. I listen to music.
    ^
    Word

  72. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Sometimes Cass Shit Sound Forced… The Nigga Got Bars, And A Nice Amount Of Good Songs… But Free’s Music Making Ability >>>>

    I Mean In The Beginning He Had The Roc And Everything That Came Along Wit And Made A Classic Album…

    Then He Lost Everything…

    And Came Back Wit A Solid Effort In Free At Last…

    Then He Reinvented Himself Again And Came Back Wit The Stim Pack, Which In My Opinion Is On The Cusp Of Classic Status… Maybe It’s Free’s Ear For Beats…

    I Always Thought Cass Ear For Beats Was Lacking…

    I Fucks Wit Cass Tho

    I Just Agree Free >>> Cass…

  73. JihaD Says:

    d_Block_4_Life Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:50 pm
    Like I said, Cas body of work is REAL close to Leslies
    ^
    No where near.

    ^^

    Yea it is, and we can seriously go song for song.

    As soon as you turn off Philadelphia Freeway, your bodying yourself.

    and I LIKED Free At Last.

    JihaD, comment 5450

  74. sarjo1988 Says:

    dammn niggas are really sleepin on cass then, i gotta co sign everything jihad said, how do niggas not care about real rap, battling, cyphers, thats where this shit came from, and shit has steered completely off track, and i know alot of yall including me aint feelin that, but then got the audacity to be sayin u dont give a shit about the battle rappers, the niggas spittin real shit, the niggas that are still displayin lyrical ability, punchlines that be hurtin a nigga ribs from laughin at how bad they jus clowned on somebody n shit

  75. RIGZ Says:

    But I still wondering, where are all these Freeway fans, then?

    Cuz niggas ain’t bumping Free like that, AT ALL.

    ^^^
    I know ALOT more Free fans than I know Cass fans bro. ALOT more.

    ————-

    And like I said, if you haven’t actually listened to Cas albums, how can you say they garbage, or wack?

    ^^^

    Ive heard them all, Im A Hustla is the only one that shines imo

  76. BroliC FontS Says:

    Early ’00s chipmunk soul Kanye, is that you on the beat?

  77. Bricktop Says:

    4)JihaD, you wrong for makin cats chose sides between Cass & Free. both were/are dope. main difference btwn the two imo is that Free rhymes from the soul, whereas Cass raps to murder the listener’s soul. both are very good at what they do though.

    A.M. to the P.M.>>>>
    Crack>>>>

  78. Charles Oakley Says:

    I Mean In The Beginning He Had The Roc And Everything That Came Along Wit And Made A Classic Album…

    Then He Lost Everything…

    And Came Back Wit A Solid Effort In Free At Last…
    ^
    After all of these years Freeway has built up a nice little discography.

  79. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    Philadelphia Free and Free At Last (2nd LP) are leaps and bounds better than anything Cass is even capable of making.

    Battle rappers are like the rucker park niggas with the crazy handles.

  80. RIGZ Says:

    punchlines that be hurtin a nigga ribs from laughin

    ^^^

    Thin line between being an MC & a comedian lol

  81. JihaD Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:57 pm
    4)JihaD, you wrong for makin cats chose sides between Cass & Free. both were/are dope. main difference btwn the two imo is that Free rhymes from the soul, whereas Cass raps to murder the listener’s soul. both are very good at what they do though.

    A.M. to the P.M.>>>>
    Crack>>>>

    ^^

    I think so too. I just think Cass is a better rapper, period.

    But its whatever.

    *turns Get Em back up*
    *zones out*

    JihaD, comment 5451

  82. BroliC FontS Says:

    imo is that Free rhymes from the soul, whereas Cass raps to murder the listener’s soul.

    ^hilarious

    I think Cass is a better rapper, but freeway makes better music

  83. RIGZ Says:

    Month Of Madness better than Cass’ LPs…

    Maybe not Im A Hustla, but its close..

  84. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    I like Cass, too… but he’s no where near the artist Freeway is.

  85. Charles Oakley Says:

    Battle rappers are like the rucker park niggas with the crazy handles.
    ^
    Roffle, but, THIS.

    Skip To My Lou on the mic ass rappers

  86. Samir Says:

    verses Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:45 pm

    Truth. Talib has an interview recently where he says Blu & Exile’s “Below the Heavens” sounded like something he and Hi-Tek would’ve made when they were younger.
    Black Star – “Definition” is one of my favorite songs/videos ever.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    rosenbergradio.com/2009/03/18/juan-epstein-feat-reflection-eternal/

    ^^^

    This interview is 70 mins long… anything of particular interest said? The Talib interview I was referring to was this one, where he talks about the “Hostile Gospel” remix with Joell Ortiz and Blu:

    youtube.com/watch?v=-OYTO_Aepk8

  87. BroliC FontS Says:

    stilll lol @ “raps to murder the listeners soul” its funny cause I see exactly what nigs is saying, sheet just the sound of the nigga voice…guard your soul

  88. JihaD Says:

    d_Block_4_Life Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:58 pm
    Philadelphia Free and Free At Last (2nd LP) are leaps and bounds better than anything Cass is even capable of making.

    Battle rappers are like the rucker park niggas with the crazy handles.

    ^^

    So we just ignore songs like The Message, Can’t Fade Me, Leanin on the Lord, Real Talk, Around The World, Damn I miss The Game, etc

    Sho ya right.

    JihaD, comment 5452

  89. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Don’t Sleep On Cass Shits Tho Cuz He Got More Dope Tracks Than Not… On ALL his albums… I Will Say Bars Was His Worst But It Had It’s Moments…

    Damn I Miss The Game>>>>>

  90. Bricktop Says:

    But like I said, Philly is different– Real Rap isn’t slang, its a way of life, ya dig?
    +
    how do niggas not care about real rap, battling, cyphers
    =
    the current state of pure unnadulterated faggotry that’s running hiphop nowadays. these little pansy gay fuck boy rappers and their entire fanbase are hopeless.

  91. verses Says:

    Samir Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 9:01 pm

    ^^^^^^^

    I listened to it the other day…while sittin at work…the whole thing is good. Its a history rundown of how he and hi tek hooked up rawkus days yadda yadda yadda

  92. JihaD Says:

    RIGZ Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 9:00 pm
    Month Of Madness better than Cass’ LPs…

    Maybe not Im A Hustla, but its close..

    ^^

    I DEFY any nigga, kizza, etc on here RIGHT now to name a song from the Month of Madness other than you, Rigz. without looking online.

  93. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    @ Jihad

    Cass has had some bright moments, but he doesn’t have he capacity, as an artist, to consistently make that kind of music. It just isn’t him. He’s like Rafer Alston trying to conform to organized basket ball…had some bright moments, but couldn’t ultimately make it as a real NBA PG.

  94. RIGZ Says:

    I DEFY any nigga, kizza, etc on here RIGHT now to name a song from the Month of Madness other than you, Rigz. without looking online.

    ^^

    *Jihads it up*

    But how do you compare, without hearing their discogs in their entirety…?

  95. Bricktop Says:

    the rap game needs another Onyx so bad right now that it’s not even funny.

  96. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    @ Jihad MOM

    Everlast
    Movin out
    When i Die

  97. Charles Oakley Says:

    I Always Thought Cass Ear For Beats Was Lacking…
    ^
    this + that flow = not a good combo

  98. Charles Oakley Says:

    @ Jihad MOM

    Everlast
    Movin out
    When i Die
    ^
    I always “Look Around”, that’s the only one I know off top. Listened to it at the gym yesterday, actually.

  99. Charles Oakley Says:

    I always liked*

  100. RIGZ Says:

    # d_Block_4_Life Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 9:06 pm

    @ Jihad

    Cass has had some bright moments, but he doesn’t have he capacity, as an artist, to consistently make that kind of music. It just isn’t him. He’s like Rafer Alston trying to conform to organized basket ball…had some bright moments, but couldn’t ultimately make it as a real NBA PG.

    =

    RIGZ Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:51 pm

    Excluding Im A Hustla (if you can), Cass is a Loaded Lux with a swizz deal

  101. JihaD Says:

    RIGZ Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 9:07 pm
    I DEFY any nigga, kizza, etc on here RIGHT now to name a song from the Month of Madness other than you, Rigz. without looking online.

    ^^

    *Jihads it up*

    But how do you compare, without hearing their discogs in their entirety…?

    ^^

    But I was real clear when I said I was comparing their first 2 LPs– you were comparing What We Do to BARS and CASH– thats like putting Lebron up against a Special Olympics basketball team.

    JihaD, comment 5454

  102. RIGZ Says:

    Cass is good…but he’s a Battle / Radio freestyle rapper

    which is cool if thats what you’re into. That aint me tho.

  103. RIGZ Says:

    But I was real clear when I said I was comparing their first 2 LPs–

    ^^

    Still isnt close.

  104. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    / Radio freestyle rapper
    ^
    Speaking of this, his 10 mins dj enuff fresstyles >>>>>>>>>>>>

  105. Bricktop Says:

    i’m getting entirely too pissed off at this convo. it’s like the entire rap world (fans/bloggers included) has adopted the South’s attitude towards rap, not just their sound. like i clearly remember being in Texas 10-15 years ago and those fucking bammas couldn’t understand why Wu-Tang & Biggie always sounded so “aggressive” and “mad angry” all the time. they scoffed at the 5% lessons that USED to be heavily dispersed throughout East coast hiphop. now the new generation of rappers and their fans are all like this. smmfgdmffffffgdmffh.

  106. Samir Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 8:51 pm

    just listened to this guy Blu that everybody on here is so infatuated with. smh. Bahamadia has got to be somewhere pissed off that some little yellow hippie is running around jocking her whole steez.

    ^^^

    …what did you listen to?

  107. Hopp Says:

    * un-vanishes *

    twitter.com/rickyrozay/status/14543247493824512

    * re-vanishes *

  108. RIGZ Says:

    Speaking of this, his 10 mins dj enuff fresstyles >>>>>>>>>>>>

    ^^

    cosign. he was goin in.

  109. Charles Oakley Says:

    Comparing Cassidy to Wu-Tang and Biggie? On what planet? And Cassidy doesn’t sound angry when he raps, he sounds like he just woke up.

  110. JihaD Says:

    Charles Oakley Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 9:08 pm
    I Always Thought Cass Ear For Beats Was Lacking…

    ^^

    Now this I can agree with.

    But I also think Leslie became enamored with chipmunk soul beats and never stepped out of that comfort zone, imo.

    But hell, I can the same about most Philly rappers.

    JihaD, comment 5455

  111. Bricktop Says:

    …what did you listen to?
    ^
    Blu & Exile(?) it was the most recent vid posted. like seriously, if i closed my eyes, i’d swear i was listening to Bahamadia.

  112. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    Below The Heavens LP and HerFavoriteColo(u)r mixtape >>>>

  113. JihaD Says:

    RIGZ Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 9:13 pm
    But I was real clear when I said I was comparing their first 2 LPs–

    ^^

    Still isnt close.

    ^^

    k.

    I listen to the first four songs on Philly Freeway, skip the next 3, then listen to 1 or 2 more.

    I skip the first 4 songs on Split Personality, listen to the next four, then go back and forth til the album is over.

    I listen to I’m A Husta straight thru cept for the title track.

    I ain’t listened to Free At Last in years.

    But to each his own.

    Cas still bodied that nigga, and thats a FACT.

    Everything else is opinion, and we ain’t ever gonna agree on that.

    *daps The Rigga Raza, D-Block, and C. Oak*

    JihaD, comment 5456

  114. Charles Oakley Says:

    I like aggressive content in my raps and I am a huge fan of Wu and Biggie. And I got no problems with Cassidy’s lyrical content. It’s his delivery, something about it just bothers me.

  115. d_Block_4_Life Says:

    Daps Jihad and everyone else as well

  116. Charles Oakley Says:

    Everything else is opinion, and we ain’t ever gonna agree on that.
    ^
    Pretty much. Different environments and upbringings produce different dis/likes and sensibilities.

  117. Bricktop Says:

    Comparing Cassidy to Wu-Tang and Biggie?
    ^
    forgive me, Oak. that’s not the comparison that i was getting at. i typed that whole paragraph in a 15 second fit of rage. honestly, i don’t really know how to correctly verbalize what i was trying to say. but i sincerely do hate the fact that the newer generation of hiphop fans has totally shunned more aggressive rappers for all this gay pride/revenge of the nerds shit that’s running the game right now.

  118. Don Vincenzo Says:

    It Sound Amateruish… Like A Bad Actor, You Feel Me? Like He Readin Off The Teleprompter LOL… Thats What Cass Delivery Sound Like To Me… However I Still Look Past It Cuz Like I Said I Enjoy Way More Cass Joints Than Not… Albeit Ima Bigger Fan Of The Old Freestyles (Blood Pressure>>>>>…Oak Where You At Lol)…

  119. Sham aka The Computer Puter! Says:

    Saigon – It’s Cold
    December 14th, 2010

    ^^

    No Shit

  120. RIGZ Says:

    but i sincerely do hate the fact that the newer generation of hiphop fans has totally shunned more aggressive rappers for all this gay pride/revenge of the nerds shit that’s running the game right now.

    ^^

    I dont see how thats relevant to anything we was saying tho…? lol

    And there is plenty of aggresive content out there to enjoy…its actually the older generation that has grown tired of all the tuff guy personas

  121. RIGZ Says:

    Cas still bodied that nigga, and thats a FACT.

    Everything else is opinion, and we ain’t ever gonna agree on that.

    ^^
    True lol

    *daps*

  122. Bricktop Says:

    a lot of these new cats. . ..i don’t know. . .i feel like i should light some incense and yankee candles or some shit just to listen to their shit. wtf?!

  123. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Bricktop Done Got Em Self Mad As Fuck Lookin At The Game Right Now… LOL

  124. Bricktop Says:

    I dont see how thats relevant to anything we was saying tho…? lol
    ^
    the fact the rap fans don’t take rap nowhere nearly as serious as it was taken in the 90’s – a point that was highlighted when cats started clowning the serious culture of battle raps in Philly. that’s what makes my statements 100% relevant.

  125. Don Vincenzo Says:

    RHYMEFEST>>>>>

    On Some Real Shit Tho Oak… You Wouldnt Be Able To Hook Me Up Wit A Link For Blue Collar, Or Man In The Mirror Could You? Or Could You Directa My Feetsa, To Daddy Greens Pizza?

  126. hl Says:

    Freeway >>>

  127. Detroit P Says:

    Niggas Gotta Like Philly Battle Rap Now….smh…I wish I would spend all day watchin Reed Dollaz growl at some nigga..

  128. Bricktop Says:

    @Don V:
    you have no idea.

  129. RIGZ Says:

    the fact the rap fans don’t take rap nowhere nearly as serious as it was taken in the 90′s

    ^^

    No one in the 90s was arguing about or even cared who won the battles Jay & Busta had…or that Cappadonna beat the whole Wu in a battle. I could go on for days.

    That shit has never mattered in the big picture.

    Its always been about who makes the best music

  130. Charles Oakley Says:

    I enjoyed Blue Collar. Definitely had some crackish tracks.

  131. RIGZ Says:

    that’s what makes my statements 100% relevant.

    ^^

    Nah.

    Appreciated effort tho. lol

  132. Don Vincenzo Says:

    I Wish I Would Spend 4 Minutes Listenin To A Big Nut Bust… No Fuggin Homo Matta Fac

  133. Detroit P Says:

    Murda Mook in his Prime woulda Destroyed Cassidy..

    Shiiit…Party Arty would Gave Cassidy a run for his money too..

  134. hl Says:

    Cosign “Theives in the Night” being one of the greatest tracks of all time. If that shit don’t touch your soul, I don’t know…

  135. Charles Oakley Says:

    Cosign “Theives in the Night” being one of the greatest tracks of all time. If that shit don’t touch your soul, I don’t know…
    ^
    thisthisthis

  136. Don Vincenzo Says:

    No They Wouldnt Have Detroit P…

  137. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Music For Life >>>>>

  138. Bricktop Says:

    5) i wholeheartedly cosign Oak’s affinity for Black Star. and although ‘Thieves in the Night’ is one of my most favorite-ess songs ever, i just can’t call it GOAT.

  139. RIGZ Says:

    If I dont care about battles in Philly I dont care about lyricism..?

    Nah.

    Its just that the best battle rappers I know (And I personally know alot – Word to Jump Off battles), are very far from the best MCs I know.

    Just cos you’re the best battler on the block, dont make you the best MC on the block. Just means youre good at battling.

    I overstand this, as you should.

  140. Albert Pull Hoes Says:

    Saigon face look like Timbo x Beats by Dr. Dre collabo…

  141. Detroit P Says:

    Shiiiit “Verse” from that Jin vs. Verse battle would ATE Cassidy

    youtube.com/watch?v=-7EEYedh3p4

    ……………………………………………………………………….*tries to keep straight face*

  142. RIGZ Says:

    Mook & Cass wouldve been an ill battle…

    Everyone was waiting for that…

    And Lux vs Cass…

  143. Bricktop Says:

    No one in the 90s was arguing about or even cared who won the battles Jay & Busta had…or that Cappadonna beat the whole Wu in a battle. I could go on for days.
    ^
    ?! so. . . . . .let me get this straight – and PLEASE, feel free to stop me at any time – no one in the 90’s cared about rap battles?

  144. Charles Oakley Says:

    Rhymefest – Exodus 5.1
    usershare.net/v7y3oucixvzg

  145. Don Vincenzo Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=2YxWC7OSX5Q

    FOH

    Maybe Math Hoffa Woulda Gave Him Some Work… THATS IT

  146. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Rhymefest – Exodus 5.1
    usershare.net/v7y3oucixvzg
    ^
    ILLLLLLLLLL

  147. RIGZ Says:

    so. . . . . .let me get this straight – and PLEASE, feel free to stop me at any time – no one in the 90′s cared about rap battles?

    ^^^

    You’re missing the whole point…the point is, in the big picture, no1 cares if you lost a street corner battle before your album drops.

    They never have, and never will.

    Its all about “how good is your music?”. Matter fact, moreso in the 90s. cos you would never see or hear half the shit you do now. Them battles would become memories forgotten in the wind, as most of the 90s / 80s battles have been

    On wax, its different. Cos like I said, thats MUSIC. and thats all we really care about

  148. Don Vincenzo Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=yZGAKhBRwoU

    Fast Foward To 2:40… If You Want Checkmate 1st….Kiss Kilt 50

  149. JihaD Says:

    Like He Readin Off The Teleprompter LOL… Thats What Cass Delivery Sound Like To Me…

    ^^

    Thats usually because he is reading of a page, like right after he writes.

    And he doesn’t bother to re-record once he memorizes the verse.

    —–

    On a battle tip,

    Do niggas think Mook or Lux coulda handled Cass when he was in prime? Like, when all he was doing was battling?

    Are we talking about the funny, joking, Grind Time style battling? Or actual battling?

    Cuz the only nigga who coulda bothered Barry if they was just would maybe be… Well, no one, real rap.

    JihaD, comment 5457

  150. Bricktop Says:

    very well. i don’t differentiate between battles on wax versus battles on the block. a battle’s a battle. anyways, the moment has passed. i took my heart medicine. the anger has passed for the time being. now, back to Vampire Weekend. . .

  151. Don Vincenzo Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=SZzU6FQypjc

    CASS GOT BARSSSS…. Murda And Them Niggas Aint Want It

  152. Charles Oakley Says:

    Kurupt was >>>>

  153. 911 Says:

    so misunderstood, but what’s the world without enigma…?

    ^> let me find out this ninja been reading BOOKS.

  154. RIGZ Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 9:52 pm

    very well. i don’t differentiate between battles on wax versus battles on the block. a battle’s a battle.

    ^^

    If you ever participated in either, you’d know theyre very very different sports…

    Its like Rugby & American Football. Some similarities when just being glanced at, but very different

  155. RIGZ Says:

    # Charles Oakley Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 9:55 pm

    Kurupt was >>>>

    ^^

    He still goes in when he can be bothered to rap

  156. RIGZ Says:

    Aight Im out.

    1

  157. 911 Says:

    the best rappers are the ones that are the most creative. or are without regard to whatever you think.. shot out to Nas.

  158. JihaD Says:

    You’re missing the whole point…the point is, in the big picture, no1 cares if you lost a street corner battle before your album drops.

    ^^

    Your right, but you also can’t say that winning or losing a battle couldn’t make a career, or build a buzz.

    Thats just not accurate– I mean Eminem and Rhymefest… Two battle rappers, hell Fest bodied Em, but Em got a deal off his battle raps.

    Same thing with the Cass/ Free battle– that built Cass buzz.

    I mean, the stories of DMX and CamelGOAT battling on top of pool tables, Shyne battling Mysonne, Cappa battling the Wu, Snoop battling Kurupt, Eve battling The Lox and Mase, Big battling on the corner… I can keep going on, but in the grand scheme of thing, being ABLE to battle is important, or at least it was.

    I mean, now, being a battle rapper is the WORST thing you could be, because Grind Time, etc done made pigeonholed them, and the way they rap now doesn’t make people want to bother with their music.

    But yea, your right. Songs >>>>>Battle Raps, unless the point of the song is a battle rap, lol.

    JihaD, comment 5458

  159. Don Vincenzo Says:

    A Oak…

    Q-Tip & Kurupt- Keep It Movin (Produced By Hi-Tek) > > > > > > > >

  160. Albert Pull Hoes Says:

    Cassidy is the most overrated rapper ever…

    Punchline rapper….

    and all of his freestyles were rehearsed and pre-written…not off top…

    Dude is garbage…his albums are garbage…and he never went plat just gold…

  161. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Ladies and Gentlemen I present to you ……..Jay Electronica’s daddy

    youtube.com/watch?v=q3AQfkRX5vw&feature=related

    @the 2:32 mark all hell breaks loose. Jay Elec who?????????????

  162. Albert Pull Hoes Says:

    Rap Battles destroyed hip hop. It brought out beef and smack dvd sub zero fuckery. And a lot of people got locked up and murked word to Big and Pac.

    Just because a rapper is a good battlers, doesn’t mean shit. Go out and make a hit club record and go top the pop charts and I’ll respect ya. Go make a classic album/record.

    Battle Rappers are the niggas living in their momma house at 30…word to Joe 88 and B-Ease

  163. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Jihad

    You dumbing with the comment counter,lol. WTF is that about?

  164. Albert Pull Hoes Says:

    I hate Battle Punchline rappers…..go make a classic album, go platinum, go make a hit record, go get on the billboard charts, get radio and club play

    Being a Battle Rapper is overrated.

  165. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Shellz… You Got The Best Of Cass’s? I Need Part One And Two Like, Bro…

  166. Rec Says:

    Free>>>>>Cass

  167. Albert Pull Hoes Says:

    I don’t know where the fuck you niggas is from or where you niggas was raised…

    Wasn’t no rap battles or freestyle battles….nah you had beef with someone you brought out the glocks and or the fists and brass knuckles came out and re-arrange a nigga facial features.

    niggas in the 80-90’s wasnt’ really rap battling like that….they were a different breed….they were more of “You say my name or say something about me, I’m beat you the fuck up and kill you” steez

    Rap battles are for studio gangstas and fuck boyz that wanna keep it on wax…and not take it to the streets

  168. 911 Says:

    I feel like jhad adding the number count to his little “make my comment block my own” is a point to eskay. like those focking numbers are retarded. I’d really hate to see what the top people got. I suppose it isn’t so bad, but man on a surface glance (no substrate), fock.

    All and all, shouts to the comments, this bitch been jumping since like a long ass time ago. Damn, I been here for awhile… shouts to all the been here for a long ass time nahggas.

  169. Albert Pull Hoes Says:

    Cass destroyed Freeway….but

    Freeway > Cassidy

    I mean Freeway put out Classic Albums..

    Freeway Albums > Cassidy Albums

    Just because you beat another rapper in a rap battle doesn’t mean shit..

    I mean look where Murda Mook and Serius Jones are at…they live in they momma house

  170. Black brokaw Says:

    Damn, so dudes just fessing up and saying they like it when rapers talk rough to them. Lol…

  171. Don Vincenzo Says:

    LOL @ JE’s Daddy… Damn Sure Is

  172. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Albert Pull Hoes

    ^^

    nice

  173. JihaD Says:

    Jersey*made*me Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 10:02 pm
    Jihad

    You dumbing with the comment counter,lol. WTF is that about?

    ^^
    Long Story short:

    Your homie Ashmi got offended when I told him he was a shill for the Major labels and the more he tried to deny it or “rage against the machine” the more of a fool it made him look, because all he had to do is simply stop posting their shit, but he knows his money is tied to them now.

    His response?

    He said I had 5277 comments since the beginning of the year.

    Apparently, thats ether around these parts, so I just embraced it.

    I’m gonna get to 6,000 comments so he can cop his wife that new BigFoot Power Wheels he been scheming on on Craigslist.

    Heres the thread if you wanna bother reading it all. I went to sleep at about 1:15, but he decided that was his only chance to pop shit.

    nahright.com/2010/12/13/video-diddy-dirty-money-ft-swizz-beatz-ass-on-the-floor/#comments

    JihaD, Comment 5449

  174. Jersey*made*me Says:

    BSG

    What’s good homie? Where da fuck you was,hiding from Big Worm til you got his money? I understand.

  175. JihaD Says:

    Don Vincenzo Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 10:04 pm
    Shellz… You Got The Best Of Cass’s? I Need Part One And Two Like, Bro…

    ^^^

    Remind me tommorow. I got both CD’s in the wheel, but I ain’t going in that Garage… its cold as fuck in there, lol.

    @911- BINGO!

    I would love to see the numbers of niggas like FBM, Land, cOLD, etc. I know them niggas is over 10000, EASY.

    JihaD, comment 5450

  176. Bricktop Says:

    @Albert:
    it takes an artist to make art, but if you’re not willing to die for your art, then what you’re creating isn’t truly art. and you’re not an artist – you’re a whore.

  177. 911 Says:

    where the fuck is beezy, I want to read what this nigga think about this tax bill. I really can’t believe this bullshit. Nigga we don’t even have the money to pay for this shit, like literally. I feel like we’re being sabotaged. Why, why is these ratuhds sinking the ship. There better be some little green or grey alien niggas in 2012 or I swear for lawd.

  178. Jersey*made*me Says:

    LMAO @ Jihad vs eskay #55,488

    I can’t wait til yall fight,lol

  179. Albert Pull Hoes Says:

    I’m just saying I’d rather be Flo Rida, B.O.B, Nelly then say Sirius Jones, Cassidy, Murda Mook, Young chris

    where are these battle rappers at? still hustling on their block…sellin crack….putting everything in they momma name…living in the basement…

  180. Bricktop Says:

    Pac was the last true artist that this game has seen.

  181. Hopp Says:

    My daddy send me clothes and always tell me to come n see him,
    I’m like “Aiight …”, but I’m feelin’ like my momma need him,
    They sendin’ letters home from school, nobody read mine,
    And plus my uncle’s doin’ 10 years fed time …

  182. JihaD Says:

    Just because you beat another rapper in a rap battle doesn’t mean shit..

    I mean look where Murda Mook and Serius Jones are at…they live in they momma house

    ^^

    This is true, but Cas actually has a couple of hits, sold some platinum singles and ringtones, and got two gold plaques.

    Mook and Jones ARE still living in they mama house.

    JihaD, comment 5451

  183. 911 Says:

    it takes an artist to make art, but if you’re not willing to die for your art, then what you’re creating isn’t truly art. and you’re not an artist – you’re a whore.

    ^> AD LIB..!

    I can’t wait til yall fight,lol

    ^> lmao.

  184. Albert Pull Hoes Says:

    Is there any proof that Rhymefest beat Eminem in a battle?

    because the only one that says so is Rhymefest…

    Rhymefest got dropped by Kanye…and still lives in his momma house in Chicago…

    while Eminem sold 100 million records worldwide and is a global superstar…

    thats like Jaz – O saying he introduced Jay-Z to the coke game and tought him how to sell crack..

  185. Black brokaw Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 10:13 pm
    Pac was the last true artist that this game has seen.

    ^lol. Pac was also a whore

  186. Bricktop Says:

    Flo Rida, B.O.B, Nelly
    ^
    proud whores.
    ===================
    Sirius Jones, Cassidy, Murda Mook, Young chris
    ^
    confused whores.

  187. Don Vincenzo Says:

    FBM…

    It Sound Like You Tryna Make A Point… But You Really Just Codensed Most Of The Discussion Already Had, And Rehashed It…

    But In Response To What Your Trying To Get Across…

    Rap Battles Was Serious… Niggas Get Beat The Fuck Up In Philly Behind Em…

    Niggas Was Selling Crack And Bussin They Gun At The Same Time Too Tho… Heavily… Thats Why Its So Serious Out In Philadelphia…

    I Dont Know Where YOU From, But They Prolly Was A Softer Breed A Nigga, Judging From Some Of Your Comments…

    Make No Mistakes, Battle Rapping Was and IS An Important Aspect of Hip Hop…

    Word To Jay V Nas, Big V Pac And The List Goes On….
    The Downside Is,, If Your ONLY A Battle Rapper, Chances Are You Will never Make A Hit Record…

    CASS IS THE EXCEPTION… With A Gold Record Of Course, And A Pretty Illustrious Career For A Battle Rapper….

    And There You Have It

  188. Hopp Says:

    So I’m gonna be the only one to agree Cassidy > Freeway ?

    kewl © Orion. And I like Freeway’s music.

    Also, Tupac >

  189. Bricktop Says:

    Pac was also a whore
    ^
    nah, that was just a small portion of a larger work of art.

  190. verses Says:

    JihaD, comment 5458

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    *chuckles*

    Sir, I tip my hat to you (none) for your consistency.

  191. Don Vincenzo Says:

    A Jerz… Your Moms Had Me On Lock Down, Bro… No NahRight No Rappin No Nothing Until We Finished Our 45 Day Tantric Love Making Marathon… But Im Back, Better Than Ever Suprise Suprise… I Need Your Email So I Can Drop That Track In It This Weekend…

  192. JihaD Says:

    Is there any proof that Rhymefest beat Eminem in a battle?

    ^^

    Rhymefest vs. Eminem, Scribble Jam 99

    youtube.com/watch?v=tBad5v42sw4

    JihaD, comment 5452

  193. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Cassidy punchlines>>>>>>>>>Freeway

    Freeway’s songs>>>>>>>>>>Cassidy

    cBc…..so what’s the debate?

  194. Bricktop Says:

    FTR, i’m not FBM.

  195. 911 Says:

    in terms of online ninjas fighting, I know y’all saw that video of that 280 lb nigga smacking around that 125 lb nigga for calling him a bitch ass nigga online. Oh gawd, i was dying.

    and that’s exactly why I stay in the gym, so i can feel 100% comfortable talking all the shit I like online or off.

    *dead* .. he wasn’t even punching the lil dude, open hand smacking the fire out the boy face. lmbao, like his hand was cupped. *asphyxiates* .. “call me a bitch ass nigga now?!?!”

  196. JihaD Says:

    Don Vincenzo Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 10:19 pm
    A Jerz… Your Moms Had Me On Lock Down, Bro… No NahRight No Rappin No Nothing Until We Finished Our 45 Day Tantric Love Making Marathon… But Im Back, Better Than Ever Suprise Suprise… I Need Your Email So I Can Drop That Track In It This Weekend…

    ^^

    Nah fam, Jerz can download the EP like everyone else, LOL.

    J/K

    JihaD, comment 5453

  197. Don Vincenzo Says:

    @Shellz

    Good Looks I Need Them Joints… You Got Me On My Old Cass Shit LOL

    “Damn I Miss The, Damn I Miss The, Damn I Miss The, Game, Game, When Its Gon Come Back, Come Back? Man Im Tired Of The Dumb Raps, Dumb Raps, Man I Done Been There And Done That… Lets Move On”

  198. Don Vincenzo Says:

    @ Shellz

    LOL I Knew You Was Gon Say It… I Owe That To That Brother Tho,,,

  199. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Bricktop… I Dont Know If You Was Saying You Wasnt FBM About What I Typed But That Was Directed At Albert Aka FBM Aka Them Other Masks He Got

  200. Bricktop Says:

    speaking of Philly rappers that have disappeared, does anyone know where i can find Peedi Crakk’s “P. Crakk 4 Prez” mixtape. i forget the DJ who was hosting it, but i think it was Absolute. anyways, that was my shit, and i haven’t been able to find it anywhere.
    *crosses fingers*

  201. Jersey*made*me Says:

    BSG

    So them was your shit stained draws I found? SMH. Momma gotta do better.

    But yo,it’s bigjburnz@gmizzle

  202. Bricktop Says:

    @Don: very well. i thought i got hit, but it was just somebody else’s blood on my shirt. thanks.

  203. Don Vincenzo Says:

    I Might Can Get You That Bricktop… He Had Some Hotter Joints That Came Out After That, Too…

    Exit To The Rear >>>>>

  204. XerCes Says:

    Man Jihad been goin in today he’s easily done a few 100! Jihad what’s ur total for today? U started @ 5200k right???

  205. 911 Says:

    I don’t think any of the nah rappers have ever broke out yet. What’s gon’ make you niggas different. You know you need a hit right? It’s a bunch of rappin’ ass niggas and there’s like a 3 to 5 year waiting period of just making music and connecting. shadowboxing with ashmi is not par for course on the latter, although he ain’t the only outlet. ..but, uh, niggas need a hit.

  206. Don Vincenzo Says:

    So them was your shit stained draws I found?
    ^
    My Nigga… Did She Hand Wash Em Like I Asked? I Would Come By And Get Em But… I May Be Gone Another Stretch… Cant Risk It…

    LOL

  207. JihaD Says:

    @bricktop

    P Crakk 4 Prez:
    allflamerz.com/2009/06/peedi-crakk-peedi-crakk-4-president.html

    P Crakk for Prez: The Recount
    phillyshit.blogspot.com/2009/08/peedi-crakk-pcrakk-for-president.html

    JihaD, 5454

  208. 911 Says:

    you don’t need none of that rank and file shit if you crack a chart… swear.

  209. Don Vincenzo Says:

    and there’s like a 3 to 5 year waiting period

    ^

    Pish Posh… That Used To Be The Case… Niggas Can Gain A Cult Following And Eat Without A Hit Word To Curren$y…. And The Hits Is Coming Bro Trust Me

  210. chedda Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 6:47 pm

    They Got A Disclaimer Right Before You Watch It

    >i missed that. yo the scene is from something else tho. i can’t remember and its making me aggy.

    That scene is from the assassination of jesse james by the coward robert ford with Brad Pitt and Casey Affleck.

    *Back to lurking.

  211. JihaD Says:

    XerCes Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 10:27 pm
    Man Jihad been goin in today he’s easily done a few 100! Jihad what’s ur total for today? U started @ 5200k right???

    ^^

    I started @ 5277 apparently.

    I’m trying to hit an even 6,000 for the year of 2010 to help Ashmi cop up @ Sam’s Club for X-Mas. That nigga wants 20 boxes of cheeses danishes, and apparently each time I leave a comment, he gets about a nickel or so.

    Gotta support the cause, fam.

    JihaD, comment 5455

  212. Don Vincenzo Says:

    JihaD Is On The Case For Niggas

  213. 911 Says:

    or just find a way to sign to ymcmb, good music, roc or get rozay on a song wit ya’. might be the prescription for another year or two too.

    drops gems, like I dropped out of P.E…

  214. JihaD Says:

    Don Vincenzo Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 10:32 pm
    JihaD Is On The Case For Niggas

    ^^

    You know I keep that Philly shit on hand, fam.

    and Peedi is that bul; I’m actually surprised I forgot him on my list of Philly rappers.

    Crakks House is probably my fav jawn from him, though.

    357 Ft. Black Deniro & Mike Knox >>>>

    JihaD, comment 5456

  215. 911 Says:

    lol, wiz and currensy been rappin’ since I was a freshman in college. I graduated a grip ago too…

  216. Jersey*made*me Says:

    @911

    You wrong playboy. You don’t need a hit to eat off rap,look at the niggas like Wiz,Wale,Currensy,Mickey Factz,and these other blog type niggas. They might not be rich,but they comfortable off rap.

  217. Don Vincenzo Says:

    Crakk House?

    That Had “Stick Em” On It?

  218. Bricktop Says:

    @JihaD: first link no workie, but the second one’s a go. wow. suddenly i believe in Santa Claus again.

    *cries tears of joy*

  219. 911 Says:

    no hit, rank and file on the grind shit, for 3 ta’ 5. dead ass. 36 months ain’t a long time, by then you’ll have figured yourself out as a rapper anyway. there’s really like an unwritten minor leagues rule. I never said whomever couldn’t eat w/o said hit, but a hit expedites the model bitches lapping up your unborns on some wild jeff dahmer shit, you just need to grind to do it.

  220. JihaD Says:

    Don Vincenzo Says:
    December 14th, 2010 at 10:37 pm
    Crakk House?

    That Had “Stick Em” On It?

    ^^

    Nah, at least it on the one I have.

    The Torture jawn he did with Whoo Kid too was >>>>

    The Criminology- beatboxed jawn is still >>>>

    JihaD, comment 5457

  221. 911 Says:

    Yo’, lol at everything having a waiting period.

    “..life is a bitch and death is her sister, sleep is the cousin, what a fucking family picture. you know father time, and we all know mother nature, it’s all in the family, but I am of no relation..”

    peace nahggas. england represent is a cunt, story unabridged.

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