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Video: Curtis Introduces His New Wireless Headphones @ CES

I understand they have technology that prevents you from listening to anything by Ja-Rule on them.


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29 Responses to “Video: Curtis Introduces His New Wireless Headphones @ CES”

  1. JihaD Says:

    Jackson7 Says:
    January 7th, 2011 at 7:27 pm
    what would Nas have done with the “Hovi Baby” beat?… or the “Encore” beat?…

    or the “December 4th” beat?… or the “Best Of Both Worlds” beat?…

    or the “All I Need” beat?… or the “Brooklyn’s Finest” or “Cashmere Thoughts” beat… or the “You Dont Know’ or “Some People Hate” beat..?

    or if Nas & The Bravehearts rhymed over the “As One” beat?

    you already know…

    Nas > JayZ

    ^^

    Seriously.

    You put Nasir on the Blueprint’s instrumentals, you still have a classic album.

    You put CamelGOAT on Stillmatic, people would say CamelGOAT fell off.

    FACT.

    JihaD

  2. d_block_4_life Says:

    ddotomen.com/2011/01/06/nas-be-right-x-courthouse-no-tags/

  3. Vincent Van Dro Says:

    I understand they have technology that prevents you from listening to anything by Ja-Rule on them.

    ^^^

    Gong

  4. son_of_ether AKA NAHRIGHT KEYSTYLE CHAMP Says:

    Comparing RD to Illmatic is like comparing beef to chicken, at the time I enjoyed both for what they were, as I got older and wiser though I learned that all that beef wasn’t good for the system.

    I still enjoy RD though..probably when Hov was it most humble, vulnerable, ungodly point..made for good music. All that other shit is just red meat though.

  5. LeRoy Green Says:

    BP3 had heat. Niggas dismissed it wit the quickness but he went IN on

    What We Talkin Bout
    Already Home
    Thank You
    Reminder
    D.O.A
    A Star Is Born
    Venus vs Mars
    So Ambitious

    and his old ass aint even GOTTA be tryin that hard on the mic no more. That nigga still love spittin and he cant leave the mic alone. Truly one of the greatest (no stan/IcebergSlim)

  6. Jersey*made*me Says:

    LF: C-section being Mask Free >>>>>

    JihaD

    ^^

    Word is bond.

    I can’t even bring myself to comment when niggas acting like fucking clowns with all that name changing shit. What’s the point of that shit? Niggas don’t know you with the first screen name,why make up some other stupid shit?

    No shots to the lil niggas that have a good time playing that shit,but it’s corny,in my humble opinion.

    *daps normal niggas with one screen name*

  7. Danny Ocean Says:

    it took niggas dying for him to find the elbow room to get some shine
    ^^

    sometimes…this is the type of break one needs to get on.

    in rap, in life, in any field.

  8. JihaD Says:

    Cadillac- Tony Yayo Ft. Lil Boosie
    usershare.net/g8wk37mbjw25

    JihaD

  9. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Phoenix definitely got a problem. Amare gone stunt on them tonight. I got my popcorn ready.

  10. JihaD Says:

    *daps Jerz*

    You already know.

    Darius was like Agent Smith in the Matrix– replecating and talking to himself and whatnot, fucking up the program.

    At least Legend realized he fucked up and killed it– Ashley would never admit that he fucked up.

    JihaD

  11. NovemberEnd Says:

    SMH @ whoever is producing these songs for Kendrick Lamar & Diz Gibran…

    upcoming Cali rappers >>>>

  12. Danny Ocean Says:

    niggas know your glory, they don’t know your story.

  13. Vincent Van Dro Says:

    ddotomen.com/2011/01/06/nas-be-right-x-courthouse-no-tags/

    ^^^

    that file sharing site they’re pushing is offensive

  14. Bricktop Says:

    it took niggas dying for him to find the elbow room to get some shine
    ^
    so true that it’s a fucking disgraceful shame.

  15. Rajon Trondo Says:

    but really..

    you can’t say that jay’s production shit is a knock against jay’s catalog, because thats part of being an artist.. nas couldn’t have picked better producers? like everyone in the game wasn’t trying to work with nas ? nas chose who he worked with, and often he chose wrong. jay chose right.

    which is why

    jay > nas

  16. Harlem World Says:

    I might get a pair of these – i hate using the studio type of headphones with the 1-2 metre wire

  17. Charles Oakley Says:

    Say word that Sean Coonery was banned?

  18. Vincent Van Dro Says:

    I think Nas picking shitty beats is almost like not sucking up to a teacher but still getting good grades. Jay’d be the one up front ratting on the other students and Nas would be causing shit, still acing tests.

  19. Harlem World Says:

    BP3 was weak content – a man who calls himself the GOAT can do (and has done) better records.

    Thank You >> all of BP3

  20. JustRoc Says:

    Jay spazzed on Kanye’s album
    Show me where the boats is Ferrari Testarossas

  21. Bricktop Says:

    BP3 had heat. Niggas dismissed it wit the quickness but he went IN
    ^
    no he didn’t. Jay hasn’t truly “gone IN” on absolutely anything since the “A Million and One Questions Remix”. maybe his last verse on “It’s Alright” or the “911 Freestyle” off of that old DJ Clue, but other than that he’s just been playing with you young kids (no Kellz) who just don’t have the fortune to know any better.

  22. Charles Oakley Says:

    *pours out Jean Paul Gaultier cologne in honor of Coonery*

  23. son_of_ether AKA NAHRIGHT KEYSTYLE CHAMP Says:

    nas couldn’t have picked better producers? like everyone in the game wasn’t trying to work with nas ? nas chose who he worked with, and often he chose wrong.

    ^^Like isnt that part of Nas brilliance though? His ability to excel without “big production” ? I dunno I’m from the Bob Marley school, i like shit scaled down, none of that opera shit, just a chair a guitar and some backups..I dig that organic shit, Nas took more chances with his music and touched on different topics that Jay would never even attempt..Jay played it safe…to me.

  24. Jersey*made*me Says:

    niggas know your glory, they don’t know your story.

    ^^

    this could be profound,in the right context.

    @Jihad

    Before long you and eskay gone mend fences. You and him might not give a fuck,but yall fucking up money.

    You- could benefit from getting you and your affiliates some posts and recognition.

    eskay-could benefit from growing the blog by opening the floor to some of the talented people that lurk and comment here.

    It’s a win-win,IMO. It’s a new year and BOTH of yall said/did foul shit. Let that shit go my niggas.

    *gets off U.N. podium*

  25. Polka Says:

    wtf @eskay is that a diss?!

    Slim Thug ya’ll.

  26. Borngod malik Callah aka 97ma. Peace Says:

    Lol @ “gong”
    The original 50 cent was a 5%er.

  27. 911 Says:

    Good for you curtis, now take a fucking public speaking course or get a damn tutor, shit. Cue card or something.. there’s no real reason this guy should be fumbling all over himself like this… smh.

  28. JMack Says:

    Dre and Monster originated this… I cant believe people will actually buy these things. Check out the site for Sleek Audio… looks 10 years old… I wouldnt pay $400 for wireless headphones that you know arent going to sound nearly as good as wired headphones….

  29. wesowavy Says:

    I understand they have technology that prevents you from listening to anything by Ja-Rule on them.

    Too bad radio didnt have the same technology 8-9 years ago.

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