Video: L.E.P. Bogus Boys ft. Jeremih – Slow It Down

The Low End Pros drop another visual off Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 3.

Previously: L.E.P. Bogus Boys – Heat Up (Video)


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52 Responses to “Video: L.E.P. Bogus Boys ft. Jeremih – Slow It Down”

  1. CiCi The Intern Says:

    How dare you question P’s trendsetting … look what he brought to the table.

    Welcome home, Prodigy.

  2. &What?! Says:

    Looking forward to hearing that greasy New York shit from P (nh)

  3. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Welcome home, V.S.O.P.!

  4. Troyvul Says:

    just imagine the crack that Havoc and Alchemist have waiting for P at the studio.
    ^
    But he just got out, i dont think he needs anymore

  5. Bricktop Says:

    but Lebron is still a better overall player than Kobe. Not scoring, over all game.
    ^
    James is either a physical freak of nature or he’s actually like 35 years old. either way, he’s not better than Kobe. Kobe’s game is 100% refined to perfection. James’? well the evidence speaks for itself. . .

  6. NovemberEnd Says:

    How dare you question P’s trendsetting … look what he brought to the table.

    Welcome home, Prodigy.
    ^^^^
    word

  7. &What?! Says:

    I bet the first night out in years is the shit, fucking bitches, smoking weed, drinking henny.. reunited wit’ the homies.

  8. Bricktop Says:

    ya’ll some real McAssholes for not letting that P post breathe.

  9. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Kobe’s a better shooter than James and he’s got better moves in the post

  10. Bricktop Says:

    seriously, though P gets five seconds at the top, just so you could rush to this fucking Bogus Boys shit? where’s the integrity in that?

  11. KzA Says:

    Bricktop Says:

    March 7th, 2011 at 12:32 pm
    ya’ll some real McAssholes
    ^

    LMAO

  12. DJ Chase Says:

    ya’ll some real McAssholes for not letting that P post breathe.

    ^THIS

  13. Bricktop Says:

    Kobe’s a better shooter than James and he’s got better moves in the post
    ^
    exactly. which one’s the foward again?

  14. DJ Chase Says:

    Kobe’s game is as someone said, refined. He’s a much better overall player than lebron. But physically, Lebron has the potential to be a great, but that window closes every year that he doesnt improve

  15. SPITGAME Says:

    9,1,1,0,0, 24 *Gerarld Levert Voice*

  16. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    D. Wade’s is the best player on the Heat and he aint even 100% healthy (nhjic)

  17. SPITGAME Says:

    ya’ll some real McAssholes
    ^^^
    ROFL

    Terry Crews >>>

  18. &What?! Says:

    26 in his 8th season, LeBron is gonna have played a lot of games by the time he’s 30.

  19. Bricktop Says:

    Lebron has the potential to be a great
    ^
    emphasis on the P word. Kobe’s greatness is already kinetic.
    (and yeah, i’m aware of the actual P quote that would go great here, but. . .)

  20. Eastern_Digital Says:

    just imagine the crack that Havoc and Alchemist have waiting for P at the studio.

    ^^^
    Imagine all the shit Prodigy wrote in the last years

  21. SPITGAME Says:

    @itsthereal itsthereal
    Stabbing brains with nose bones. Welcome home, Prodigy.

  22. DJ Chase Says:

    Yesterday’s lost gave me shades of his last game in cleveland. In Cle, he literally gave up, but yesterday, it looked like he wasn’t trying to win that game.

    There’s no way that Joakim Noah keeps you from the basket when guarding you from the top of the key. And this is for game… should never happen

  23. Bricktop Says:

    26 in his 8th season, LeBron is gonna have played a lot of games by the time he’s 30.
    ^
    that’s the thing. this shit has been studied and proven. Jame’s career isn’t going to last much longer. people always say, “Well where was Jordan at in his career at age 28?” it just doesn’t work like that. when you come into the league early like James, your NBA years = dog years. fact.

  24. DJ Chase Says:

    that’s the thing. this shit has been studied and proven. Jame’s career isn’t going to last much longer. people always say, “Well where was Jordan at in his career at age 28?” it just doesn’t work like that. when you come into the league early like James, your NBA years = dog years. fact.

    ^Kobe & Garnett came in the league at 18. They’re doing just fine

  25. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    26 in his 8th season, LeBron is gonna have played a lot of games by the time he’s 30.
    ^
    that’s the thing. this shit has been studied and proven. Jame’s career isn’t going to last much longer. people always say, “Well where was Jordan at in his career at age 28?” it just doesn’t work like that. when you come into the league early like James, your NBA years = dog years. fact.

    ^
    co-sign

  26. KzA Says:

    jeeeeeeeesus … late pass but Rick Ross – Pandemonium>>>

  27. CiCi The Intern Says:

    SPITGAME Says:

    March 7th, 2011 at 12:39 pm
    9,1,1,0,0, 24 *Gerarld Levert Voice*
    ^^^

    My body, all over ya body GURL!

  28. C. Dufflebags Says:

    ya’ll some real McAssholes for not letting that P post breathe.

    ^^
    the p-a-y-o-l-a wasnt there

  29. Bricktop Says:

    There’s no way that Joakim Noah keeps you from the basket when guarding you from the top of the key. And this is for game… should never happen
    ^
    which brings me to my next point of why Kobe is better. for whatever reason, James simply hasn’t developed that ‘Killer Instinct’ that seperates the GREATS from everyone else. James isn’t even clutch, which is something that GOOD players are. Killer Instinct is like the next gear above being simply clutch.

  30. &What?! Says:

    I think LeBron has nearly peaked as far as potential goes (nh), and when he loses his athletic ability as he gets older, which WILL happen a lot of his skill set will go too, he isn’t a great shooter like Kobe is and relies on his athletic ability in order to rebound, drive to the basket etc.

    He is a great player no doubt one of the best to ever play basketball, but how much better can he get? Will he average 30 10 and 10 one season? Cause if he gets any better than surely the numbers would reflect it.

    I can’t see LeBron winning as many rings as MJ or Kobe in his career and that is who he will be measured against forever (again, nh)

  31. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    ^Kobe & Garnett came in the league at 18. They’re doing just fine

    ^
    they’ve had to deal with injuries and needed to refine their games as a result of the lack of explosiveness/athleticism in order to keep playing at their current levels

  32. Bricktop Says:

    Kobe & Garnett came in the league at 18. They’re doing just fine
    ^
    i know you’re just playing DA, but the reality of it is that Kobe is 32 and has the physique of a 38 year old who’s trying to maintain the physical output of a 36 year old. KG is 34, but looks like Robert Parish did in his final season.

  33. DJ Chase Says:

    Its not even about being clutch. Its about having that desire not to lose. Sam Cassell by no stretch of the imigination is even a top 15 pg in nba history, but his desire not to lose, willed him to win big games.

    Rob Horry is not a top 15 PF, but he was clutch. The pressure of the moment made him play better.

    Kobe has both of those traits. Lebron is missing the clutch trait and has shown that will to win games in the past, but its just not there yet this season

  34. &What?! Says:

    LeBron has better stats than Kobe, but Kobe is a better shooter, is deadly in the clutch, and is a proven champion 5 times over.

  35. Bricktop Says:

    the p-a-y-o-l-a wasnt there
    ^
    still though. . ..as a fucking MAN, just off of principle, i mean. . . .
    Bogus Boys >>>> P?!?!
    like, how do you look @ yourself in the mirror after some shit like this?

  36. Black brokaw Says:

    There’s no way that Joakim Noah keeps you from the basket when guarding you from the top of the key. And this is for game… should never happen

    ^
    i can tell a lot of yall dont hoop or watch games. Lebron thought the same thing. NOah can play D. Thats why boozer was on the bench for the last possession. duh. No way you gonna make a fall away layup over a 7 footer with his hand in ya face

  37. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Bricktop Says:

    March 7th, 2011 at 12:54 pm
    the p-a-y-o-l-a wasnt there
    ^
    still though. . ..as a fucking MAN, just off of principle, i mean. . . .
    Bogus Boys >>>> P?!?!
    like, how do you look @ yourself in the mirror after some shit like this?
    ^^^

    boobies and booties > P.

  38. DJ Chase Says:

    But see with both KG and Kobe, they learned that there are other ways to get better and refine their game, but that came only after losing something, first step, explosiveness, or in kobe’s case missing those free throws in like his second year.

    They found what they needed to work on and they worked on it. This is the part that I think Lebron is missing. He’s busy running around with hov and focusing on money off the court, but he doesn’t realize that if he doesn’t win, none of the off the court shit will be there, cuz no one endorses mediocrity. You have to be a winner for others to want to be like you

  39. &What?! Says:

    LeBron is more athletic than Garnett or Kobe ever were, LeBron is a freak of nature being his height, speed, balance, all that shit.

  40. SPITGAME Says:

    lil b… smh…garbage

  41. Hopp Says:

    ” Rick Ross – Pandemonium>>> ”

    Video coming soon.

  42. Black brokaw Says:

    that’s the thing. this shit has been studied and proven. Jame’s career isn’t going to last much longer. people always say, “Well where was Jordan at in his career at age 28?” it just doesn’t work like that. when you come into the league early like James, your NBA years = dog years. fact.

    ^

    Another one who dont know what hes talkin about

  43. DJ Chase Says:

    No way you gonna make a fall away layup over a 7 footer with his hand in ya face

    ^But thats the point. Create the contact and get the rim, you’re either gonna go to the line for an and-1 or shoot free throws to win the game.

    I played ball, and I know that Noah is good, but you mean to tell me that lebron couldn’t get a better shot than that…

  44. SPITGAME Says:

    boobies and booties > P
    ^^^
    Word

  45. Bricktop Says:

    boobies and booties > P.
    ^
    not playing fair.

  46. big545 Says:

    twitter.com/CharlesOakley34/status/44639679676547072#
    ===
    Charles Oakley (no commenter)>>>

  47. C. Dufflebags Says:

    whos behind the dallaspenn blog? the commenter formerly known as chea?

  48. Bricktop Says:

    Another one who dont know what hes talkin about
    ^
    prove me wrong or continue lurking

  49. &What?! Says:

    99 Problems >

    This song STILL goes. Drums on the beat are impeccable.

  50. Black brokaw Says:

    ^But thats the point. Create the contact and get the rim, you’re either gonna go to the line for an and-1 or shoot free throws to win the game.

    I played ball, and I know that Noah is good, but you mean to tell me that lebron couldn’t get a better shot than that…

    ^
    that wasnt the play spolstra drew up. Nor was that what lebron had in mind. He aint know what to do when he saw noah guarding him cuz he knows noah wouldve ripped him up or he was gonna miss the jumper with noah in his face. So obviously that was the best shot he could take.

  51. C. Dufflebags Says:

    i remember the funniest nahright comment i ever read..

    “YOUR VOICE IS FAKELY DEEP”

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