Kyle Rapps ft. Joell Ortiz – Hard Knock Children (Prod. by Kev Brown)

First single from Kyle Rapps’ upcoming EP, Re-Edutainment, out March 29th.

Kyle Rapps ft. Joell Ortiz – Hard Knock Children (Prod. by Kev Brown)

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17 Responses to “Kyle Rapps ft. Joell Ortiz – Hard Knock Children (Prod. by Kev Brown)”

  1. Jackson7 Says:

    Yankee Pitching Great Andy Pettitte will announce his official retirement on Friday…

    5 championship rings… numerous clutch wins against the best of the best… snitched on his best friend Roger Clemens at a Senate Committee Hearing…

    RIP Big game Andy… Yankee Legend and World Class champion…

    #46 >>>>>>>

  2. Captain Planet Says:

    ” Lil B Talks Curtis Meeting, Kanye Support ”

    If I had anything to do with furthering the cause of Lil B on nahright …

    *glares at all in the room*

  3. cOLD Says:

    all 50 need is a song to get the white folks dancing again and he good money

    ^ true, but understand if the desperation and conventinalized formula shines through, it will be ineffective in grabbing the ear of the core hip hop heads. Who at the end of the day green light a song for commercial success.

    … in other words if it comes across as forced and disingenuous, it won’t get the support it needs to take off.

  4. NovemberEnd Says:

    Yankee Pitching Great Andy Pettitte will announce his official retirement on Friday…

    5 championship rings… numerous clutch wins against the best of the best… snitched on his best friend Roger Clemens at a Senate Committee Hearing…

    RIP Big game Andy… Yankee Legend and World Class champion…

    #46 >>>>>>>
    ^^^
    this

  5. Captain Planet Says:

    Complex: What did [50] have to say? As far as music, and business advice.

    Lil B: He was explaining some of his story and some of his background. He’s a real well-spoken dude. Just very upfront. He was talking about business deals. We really wasn’t talking too much about my music. More about my business and my work ethic and how hard I go and how active I am with my support base and what I’m doing without his help or a major label or anybody. It was a very healthy talk, man. It was great. Getting a chance to learn some of his struggles and see what he’s doing now. He’s a real authentic guy. The first time I really met him, like shook his hand, was out in the Bay Area, but we never really got a chance to talk. He had a show out in San Francisco. This was the first time we really got a chance to sit down, talk, make some jokes, laugh, and stuff.

    ^^^

    This nigga expresses himself quite well. Niggas wish he was as dumb as they portray

  6. cOLD Says:

    In the club was so successful because its fifty talking that talk, and the concept of partying is universal. Great crossover appeal.

  7. Captain Planet Says:

    Lil B: I was talking to CyHi, man. He hit me up on Twitter. He was just telling me, “Kanye and Lupe got super love for you,” and I’m like, “That’s amazing.” Then he was like, “They been cooking all day. ‘Ye be always doing it,” and I’m like, “That’s great.” I was just telling CyHi, “Make sure you tell ‘Ye and tell the team I got love for y’all. I was just joking around [about fucking Kanye in the ass].” CyHi was like, “‘Ye knew you was joking. What ‘Ye gon’ do? Get mad? ‘Ye got money. ‘Ye rich. What he gon’ do? Get more rich? You know it’s all love over here.” It feels good to know Kanye supports me. I’ma see him at Coachella and get that studio time in.

    ^^^

    Kanye let that “fuck him in the ass” shit go, when will yall?

  8. SPITGAME Says:

    ^ spitgame… Have you ever heard a track, but instead of writing to it first, you sounded out the flow by humming, then came back and wrote based on the soundings of the hum.
    ^^^
    Good question… No

    Sike nah lol… That’s sometimes a part of my process… The way the inspiration for my flows and bars comes to me is uncanny sometimes… Alotta times I don’t even need the beat just an idea or concept… I can always fit the verse around the production…

  9. Jackson7 Says:

    im hoping the ynakees let Dellin Betances make the squad this year…

    6’8 righthanded flamethrower… already calling him a righty CC Sabathia…

    dominated AA last year… i aint feeling them giving spots to old heads like Bartolo Colon and Fredy Garcia and Mark Prior… them niggas is past they prime and damaged goods…

    let Ivan Nova and Dellin Baetances do they thing..

    let them young pitchers grow up like the Champion SF giants did…

    20111 Yanakees rotation

    Sabathia
    Burnett
    Hughes
    Nova
    Betances

    unless Prior or Garcia is totally back to prime condition… but i doubt it…

  10. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    Lil B should get his own column in a magazine instead of dropping an album

  11. cOLD Says:

    SPITGAME Says:

    February 3rd, 2011 at 1:37 pm
    ^ spitgame… Have you ever heard a track, but instead of writing to it first, you sounded out the flow by humming, then came back and wrote based on the soundings of the hum.
    ^^^
    Good question… No

    Sike nah lol… That’s sometimes a part of my process… The way the inspiration for my flows and bars comes to me is uncanny sometimes… Alotta times I don’t even need the beat just an idea or concept… I can always fit the verse around the production…

    ^ lol, reason why I asked. It seems as though connecting on a non verbal level first would give you more of a natural flow, and then just wrap your words around that.

  12. Jackson7 Says:

    later

    1

  13. Harlem World Says:

    I got nothing but love for the bay area artists but i cant take Lil B seriously as an artist

    but there is a market for him (unfortunately)

  14. Free J Says:

    Sike nah lol… That’s sometimes a part of my process… The way the inspiration for my flows and bars comes to me is uncanny sometimes… Alotta times I don’t even need the beat just an idea or concept… I can always fit the verse around the production…

    ^^^

    mine too.
    —-

    i cant take Lil B seriously as an artist

    but there is a market for him (unfortunately)

    ^^^
    cosign

  15. Harlem World Says:

    lmao at bieber getting booed at msg

    knicks fans are the worst now – the garden used to be a fortress – too many grey poupon ass niggas in there

  16. b Says:

    ^ lol, reason why I asked. It seems as though connecting on a non verbal level first would give you more of a natural flow, and then just wrap your words around that.

    ^^gem.this is a process used by many musicians including stevie wonder and the beegees

  17. b Says:

    PRODIGY HAD A GREAT POINT WHEN HE SAID THAT ONLY THE ELITE WOULD BE ABLE TO SAY “I’M A RAPPER”.theres nothing special about being a rapper now, errbody rap

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