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Video: The Beastie Boys – Fight For Your Right Revisited (Full, Uncensored)

Yesterday we got a preview of The Beastie Boys epic “Fight For Your Right Revisited” short film/music video when the 5 minute version (“Make Some Noise”) hit the web. Well, here is the full 22 minute version in all of it’s full, uncensored glory. Featuring guest appearances from Seth Rogen, Rashida Jones, Ted Danson, Elijah Wood and scores of other celebrities, this is possibly the most ambitious, over the top music video ever recorded. I actually caught this on some random channel I didn’t even know I had late last night while I was flipping around during a by-my-self 4/20 celebration.


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151 Responses to “Video: The Beastie Boys – Fight For Your Right Revisited (Full, Uncensored)”

  1. Deen Says:

    Slum Village – “Fantastic Vol. 2″…

    thats a classic album

    ^^^

    Co-sign.

    It’s not perfect, but it’s a classic. Holds up great and I still discover new shit with each listen.

  2. Deen Says:

    “this is possibly the most ambitious, over the top music video ever recorded”

    ^^^

    There’s a “Mr. West” on the phone for you right now…

  3. JihaD Says:

    Deen Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:51 pm
    Slum Village – “Fantastic Vol. 2″…

    thats a classic album

    ^^^

    Co-sign.

    It’s not perfect, but it’s a classic. Holds up great and I still discover new shit with each listen.

    ^

    Never listened to it past Selfish.

    And I never liked Elzhi. He can rap, like really well, but he’s rappity-rapping.

    JihaD

  4. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    @Deen: I agree with you on most of those rock albums [not VERY White Stripes album haha, and I’ve never listened to Joanne Newsome].

    But outside of the indie circle, and maybe a few mainstream fans for White Stripes and the Strokes those albums don’t get any praise.

    Rocks fanbase is fragmented way worse than raps. Just think, a metal head probably doesn’t like any of these LPs. A classic rock fan? Nope. Punk fan? Nope. etc.

    That’s what I meant by fragmentation. Right now Rap has a few guys who can still get attention from almost everyone [Jay, Em, Kanye, Wayne, etc], but that’s gonna change as a new generation of fans joins the ranks, and as new media makes it easier to avoid any aspect of monoculture at all.

    And with that goes the idea of universally recognized classics.

  5. hl Says:

    Be, Finding Forever, CD, Late Registration, Food & Liquor, The Minstrel Show….

    ^Deeper Than Rap, Marcberg, Estatic, Shoalin Vs. Wu etc is better than all them shits except maybe LR.

  6. big_seth Says:

    Where all the black people Beastie boys???

    You could have at least called up Craig Robinson for a cameo… you had all his homeboys in this shit.

  7. el feces loco Says:

    David Dallas Mom: boy wake up..I just seen your song on that site nahright ..come look at it, 2 people commented already

    David Dallas: Where? All I see is Beastie boys?

  8. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    b-ease Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:45 pm

    Flaws don’t prevent albums from being classics anyway

    ^^
    I used to try to tell boosie this all the time.

    And Blueprint is as universally acknowledged as a classic as any other album with that status.
    —————————————-

    Hell, certain ‘flaws’ MAKE the artist.

  9. Jackson7 Says:

    “this is possibly the most ambitious, over the top music video ever recorded”

    ————–

    *translation*

    we kinda suck as rappers, but bear with us

  10. why? Says:

    A Harbor City, California man who was behind the leaking of Kanye West’s third studio release, Graduation, in 2007 has entered a guilty plea for conspiracy to commit copyright infringement.

    The leak originated from a file upload to an underground music site, “Old School Classics”, while Montejano was working at a disc manufacturing plant for Universal Music Group. Investigators have uncovered more than 27,000 unauthorized files from Montejano’s computer that could be worth up to $30,000.

    If convicted, Rick Montejano faces up to 5 years in federal prison, 3 years of parole and a hefty $250,000 fine—a lot to pay for a few moments of fame.

    ^
    DAMN…

  11. big_seth Says:

    hl Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:53 pm
    Be, Finding Forever, CD, Late Registration, Food & Liquor, The Minstrel Show….

    ^Deeper Than Rap, Marcberg, Estatic, Shoalin Vs. Wu etc is better than all them shits except maybe LR.
    ^^

    ok I see this is not going to go anywhere. LOL.

    while those are all good albums, I don’t think we are going to agree at all.

    I thought our musical preferences were closer than that tho. LMAO.

  12. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Never listened to it past Selfish.

    > wrong album shellz.

    jussayin

  13. JihaD Says:

    Jackson7 Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:53 pm
    “this is possibly the most ambitious, over the top music video ever recorded”

    ————–

    *translation*

    we kinda suck as rappers, but bear with us

    ^

    *opens case just to shut it*
    *turns up Intergalactic*

    JihaD

  14. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    But I mean seriously, are we going to gloss over 50s flaws as an MC and anoint GRODT a classic when we can’t do that for other rappers? Not to mention the second half of GRODT lags…

  15. big_seth Says:

    Hell, certain ‘flaws’ MAKE the artist.
    ^^

    like a diamond. A couple small flaws in there let you know its real.

  16. JihaD Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:54 pm
    Never listened to it past Selfish.

    > wrong album shellz.

    jussayin

    ^

    LOL.

    Thats even worse, lol. Then I have NO IDEA about the project.

    But my opinion of Elzhi still stands.

    *daps*

    Whuddup 3x homie?

    JihaD

  17. gSeven Says:

    >>Not to mention the second half of GRODT lags…

    ^i’ve always thought the same thing

  18. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Blueprint seems to be the only album right now that has consensus acclaim on here… the others have disagreements, and all from respected posters.

  19. gSeven Says:

    the impact GRODT made is undeniable tho

  20. el feces loco Says:

    What a good looking sandwich

    i7.tagstat.com/image04/f/967d/0016053nVpZ.jpg

    I’d quit nahright for life for her(c)beezy

  21. JihaD Says:

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:55 pm
    But I mean seriously, are we going to gloss over 50s flaws as an MC and anoint GRODT a classic when we can’t do that for other rappers? Not to mention the second half of GRODT lags…

    ^

    Weren’t you the same person who said:

    Good Songs >>> Hot Lines?

    JihaD

  22. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Deeper than Rap,

    ^No-isYOUserious-sign

  23. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    *daps JihaD*

  24. JihaD Says:

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:56 pm
    Blueprint seems to be the only album right now that has consensus acclaim on here… the others have disagreements, and all from respected posters.

    ^

    No it doesn’t. I personally hate blueprint.

    But I can’t front on it like its wack.

    I just don’t like the CD.

    JihaD

  25. LeRoy Green Says:

    Slum Village – “Fantastic Vol. 2″…

    thats a classic album

    ^^^^^^

    truth.

  26. Deen Says:

    Never listened to it past Selfish.

    And I never liked Elzhi. He can rap, like really well, but he’s rappity-rapping.

    ^^^^

    Wrong album and wrong line-up. Elzhi was nowhere to be found at this point.

    Find the proper album and give it a spin when you have a minute.

    Minstrel Show is the only one I can co-sign from HL’s list.

    Finding Forever was awful. Recycle bin dross.

  27. big_seth Says:

    gSeven Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:56 pm
    >>Not to mention the second half of GRODT lags…

    ^i’ve always thought the same thing
    ^^

    shit. I actually like the second half better.

    all those tracks sounded a little off. Made them dope to me.

    GRODT = classic for music & impact.

  28. el feces loco Says:

    i5.tagstat.com/image03/f/967d/0014053nVpZ.jpg

    #Teamgoogoogaga

  29. Jackson7 Says:

    GRODT aint no classic… commercial success yeah, but that aint no classic emceeing or classic album

  30. Doctor Bulldog Says:

    This nigga eskay is 50 years old and “celebrating” 4/20

  31. JihaD Says:

    gSeven Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:57 pm
    the impact GRODT made is undeniable tho

    ^

    Pretty much.

    JihaD

  32. why? Says:

    – Deeper than Rap wasn’t that great.
    – Finding Forever was very underwhelming.
    – Oh and lol at Lupe not having one classic.

  33. Jackson7 Says:

    lmao…

    on Fantastic vol2, elzhi wasnt even invented yet

  34. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i7.tagstat.com/image04/f/967d/0016053nVpZ.jpg

    > i’m dropping pipe in the one w/nightcrawlers skintone. early!

  35. Deen Says:

    No it doesn’t. I personally hate blueprint.

    But I can’t front on it like its wack.

    I just don’t like the CD.

    JihaD

    ^^^

    *message!*

    Dumb niggas should learn from that.

    YOU don’t have to like some shit for it to be a classic. It’s a sign of intelligence to disagree without being disagreeable.

    *hops off soapbox*

    Helps to like shit though.

  36. JihaD Says:

    Deen Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:58 pm
    Never listened to it past Selfish.

    And I never liked Elzhi. He can rap, like really well, but he’s rappity-rapping.

    ^^^^

    Wrong album and wrong line-up. Elzhi was nowhere to be found at this point.

    Find the proper album and give it a spin when you have a minute.

    ^

    I might do so, and yea, Kev hipped me to it already.

    JihaD

  37. hl Says:

    Minstrel Show is the only one I can co-sign from HL’s list.

    Finding Forever was awful. Recycle bin dross.

    ^That wasn’t my list. And Finding Forever was pretty weak. A few good joints. It was his worst album up until he released UMC.

  38. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    JihaD Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:55 pm
    But I mean seriously, are we going to gloss over 50s flaws as an MC and anoint GRODT a classic when we can’t do that for other rappers? Not to mention the second half of GRODT lags…

    ^

    Weren’t you the same person who said:

    Good Songs >>> Hot Lines?

    JihaD
    ——————————————————

    Uh…yes. And if you asked for MY opinion…50s music would suffer if he was a better MC. Word to those shitty mixtapes [not the old ones, the ones before BISD] that everyone on here seemed to like. And some of the songs on BISD where he was actually rapping better than previously.

    My point is if you are making a big deal about flaws, be consistent about it. Kanye’s got some glaring weaknesses as an MC. So does 50. So if Kanye’s deficiencies as an MC stop him from having classics, what about 50? He’s never been a great MC, and a lot of times he’s below average.

  39. Jackson7 Says:

    bria myles is physically perfect

  40. big_seth Says:

    YOU don’t have to like some shit for it to be a classic. It’s a sign of intelligence to disagree without being disagreeable.
    ^^

    GEM

  41. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Oh boy

    JihaD-Unit hour

  42. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    the impact GRODT made is undeniable tho

    ^
    some people factor the impact an album has on it’s classic status

  43. gSeven Says:

    >>- Deeper than Rap wasn’t that great.

    ^this

  44. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i5.tagstat.com/image03/f/967d/0014053nVpZ.jpg

  45. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    JihaD Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:56 pm
    Blueprint seems to be the only album right now that has consensus acclaim on here… the others have disagreements, and all from respected posters.

    ^

    No it doesn’t. I personally hate blueprint.

    But I can’t front on it like its wack.

    I just don’t like the CD.

    JihaD
    ——————————————–

    You said it was a classic. Therefore you didn’t disagree with it being a classic.

    But I KNOW someone else on here doesn’t think it’s a classic.

  46. b Says:

    half the albums yall calling classics are ones that most people dont know exist.how much does public reception and sales factor when determing classic status?

  47. Jackson7 Says:

    wow at the finding forever hate..

    that was a very good album

  48. Remixznflow Says:

    Yo EFL, keep goin…..

    *daps*

  49. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    ^

    nice

  50. Remixznflow Says:

    Is this beautiful black women hour? Yeah I’m all for that…

    Pictorial gems…. Word.

  51. LeRoy Green Says:

    Bria Myles is a fuckin GODDESS.

    Who i gotta kill 2 get that pussy. FUCK.

    Lookin at these pics is makin me mad at my girl like bitch why can’t you be her.

  52. JihaD Says:

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:00 pm
    JihaD Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:55 pm
    But I mean seriously, are we going to gloss over 50s flaws as an MC and anoint GRODT a classic when we can’t do that for other rappers? Not to mention the second half of GRODT lags…

    ^

    Weren’t you the same person who said:

    Good Songs >>> Hot Lines?

    JihaD
    ——————————————————

    Uh…yes. And if you asked for MY opinion…50s music would suffer if he was a better MC. Word to those shitty mixtapes [not the old ones, the ones before BISD] that everyone on here seemed to like. And some of the songs on BISD where he was actually rapping better than previously.

    My point is if you are making a big deal about flaws, be consistent about it. Kanye’s got some glaring weaknesses as an MC. So does 50. So if Kanye’s deficiencies as an MC stop him from having classics, what about 50? He’s never been a great MC, and a lot of times he’s below average.

    ^

    But now your putting words in my mouth. I NEVER said Kanye doesn’t have a classic because he’s not a good rapper.

    EVER.

    And what you might consider good rapping or emceeing might not be what I consider good.

    And your giving away your bias by saying his mixtapes were/are “shitty”– you can’t judge how or what another person hears, or try to influence their opinion.

    Fam, everyone has their preference– it is what it is. I can regcognize good music when I hear it, whether I have a personal connection with the artist or not.

    JihaD

  53. big_seth Says:

    niggas can’t even agree on what a classic album is, let alone which ones can be considered classic.

    just because you don’t like something or don’t get it doesn’t mean it isn’t a classic.

    Cuz who am I to say George strait doesn’t have classic albums just because I don’t understand that shit.

    if something dropped today that all the kids love… then guess what.

  54. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    i7.tagstat.com/image04/
    f/967d/0016053nVpZ.jpg

    ^Ill take Beyonce

  55. b Says:

    land was co signing finding forever two weeks back so i revisited then recycled

  56. Remixznflow Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:00 pm
    i7.tagstat.com/image04/f/967d/0016053nVpZ.jpg

    > i’m dropping pipe in the one w/nightcrawlers skintone. early!

    ^
    I’m inclined to agree with that nigga…

  57. el feces loco Says:

    # kevfrescura de talco Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    i7.tagstat.com/image04/f/967d/0016053nVpZ.jpg

    > i’m dropping pipe in the one w/nightcrawlers skintone. early!

    ^
    That’s Esther Baxter..and Bria..back to back. Cant get much better than that.

  58. gSeven Says:

    >>wow at the finding forever hate..

    that was a very good album

    ====
    word! a great sequel to Be

  59. Deen Says:

    That wasn’t my list. And Finding Forever was pretty weak. A few good joints. It was his worst album up until he released UMC

    ^^^

    My bad.

    At gunpoint, I’d listen to UMC over FF. FF was soooo bad.

  60. Remixznflow Says:

    Fuck beyonce…

  61. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Perfect punchlines and complex rhyme schemes, and even complex imagery and wordplay would have made some rappers catalogs MUCH worse. Think Pac, 50, DMX, Kanye, etc.

    Good MCing is great but not ever song, beat, album, character, or rapper needs it to be better.

    Unless you are eagerly awaiting for Papoose to freestyle over Family Business or Roses.

  62. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    George Strait – Twang >>>>>

  63. hl Says:

    gSeven Says:

    >>wow at the finding forever hate..

    that was a very good album

    ====
    word! a great sequel to Be

    ^lol

  64. d_block_4_life Says:

    GRODT aint no classic
    ^
    Emphatic no-sign.

  65. Remixznflow Says:

    But bria>>>>>ester

    But let’s not argue semantics….

  66. JihaD Says:

    Deen Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:05 pm
    That wasn’t my list. And Finding Forever was pretty weak. A few good joints. It was his worst album up until he released UMC

    ^^^

    My bad.

    At gunpoint, I’d listen to UMC over FF. FF was soooo bad.

    ^

    Me too.

    That jawn where Kanye gundam jacked that Go-Go Baseline and the congos was >>>>>>> to this day. First (and only) Common song I EVER heard get played on DC Radio.

    JihaD

  67. gSeven Says:

    hl Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:05 pm
    gSeven Says:

    >>wow at the finding forever hate..

    that was a very good album

    ====
    word! a great sequel to Be

    ^lol

    ====
    *dead* we’ve been disagreeing a lot lately. lol.

  68. Jackson7 Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 1:05 pm
    George Strait – Twang >>>>>

    ————-

    niggas is white b

  69. b Says:

    papoose is great

  70. hl Says:

    Nah UMC was awful. FF was way better. It had a few good songs.

  71. Jackson7 Says:

    Remixznflow Says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 1:06 pm
    But bria>>>>>ester

    ———-

    bria > everybody

    FACT

  72. big_seth Says:

    I can regcognize good music when I hear it, whether I have a personal connection with the artist or not.

    ^^

    I feel like I can do the same, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t hated and judged something that everyone else loves and refers to as “good music”

    for example Weezy has NO good albums IMO (some good songs here & there), but I understand that his music is important to others. And I still bash people at times for praising him.

  73. el feces loco Says:

    i4.tagstat.com/image03/f/967d/0013053nVpZ.jpg

  74. d_block_4_life Says:

    TeamFindingForver

  75. Deen Says:

    Fuck beyonce…

    ^^^

    Yeah. I’d fuck her.

    Her new song is doodoo though.

    Brazilian booty music samples are not the biz…

  76. Jackson7 Says:

    UMC was wacker than Electric Circus

  77. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    But now your putting words in my mouth. I NEVER said Kanye doesn’t have a classic because he’s not a good rapper.

    EVER.

    And what you might consider good rapping or emceeing might not be what I consider good.

    And your giving away your bias by saying his mixtapes were/are “shitty”– you can’t judge how or what another person hears, or try to influence their opinion.

    Fam, everyone has their preference– it is what it is. I can regcognize good music when I hear it, whether I have a personal connection with the artist or not.

    JihaD
    —————————————————–

    I didn’t mean to insinuate you said he never hate any classic [you did name LR as one].

    What I meant is that one of your main points was his flaws as an MC.

    Dude, 50’s rapping is rife with flaws. Personally I think they make him better, he has a gritty, accessible style that is great.

    But if you are going to say an album can’t be a rap classic because the rapper’s MCing was a letdown, then 50s never come close to having a classic.

  78. gSeven Says:

    >>papoose is great

    ^coulda been. he shoulda never linked up with Gray Slay

  79. b-ease Says:

    The Minstrel Show was dope, but it’s neither inventive or inflammatory enough to justify it’s concept or the groups “issue” with other hiphop at the time.

    Get Back is their best LP. And that ain’t no classic either.

  80. b Says:

    or example Weezy has NO good albums IMO

    ^carter 2 was decent.no?

  81. Deen Says:

    But bria>>>>>ester

    ^^^

    Why must we do this?

    But yeah. You right.

  82. b-ease Says:

    Finding Forever AND Be are overrated.

  83. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    I never been a big fan of LaLa
    Iont kno she just come off money hungry, attention whore, fake, hollywoodish to me?
    She looks good but somethin aboiut her???

  84. hl Says:

    gSeven Says:

    *dead* we’ve been disagreeing a lot lately. lol.

    ^lol Actually, we probably agree on more music than disagree.

    *daps g7*

  85. el feces loco Says:

    # Remixznflow Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:06 pm

    But bria>>>>>ester

    But let’s not argue semantics….

    ^
    Bria got them eyes…big white, bright.., that skintone that most blacks hate…I’d carry her purse in the mall.

  86. Remixznflow Says:

    el feces loco Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:08 pm
    i4.tagstat.com/image03/f/967d/0013053nVpZ.jpg

    ^
    You can front like god don’t exist….

    You wrong tho…

  87. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    George Strait – Twang >>>>>

    ————-

    niggas is white b

    ^
    lmao

    that’s disrespectful

  88. gSeven Says:

    06. Gladiator
    07. Changes
    08. Inhale
    09. What a World
    10. Everywhere

    These songs on UMC are real dope! The other 5 tracks is ass wipes.

  89. LeRoy Green Says:

    Remixznflow Says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 1:05 pm
    Fuck beyonce…

    ^^^^^^

    this.

    fuck that baphomet bitch.

  90. b Says:

    I never been a big fan of LaLa
    Iont kno she just come off money hungry, attention whore, fake, hollywoodish to me?
    She looks good but somethin aboiut her???

    ^translation, that bitch look mad god

  91. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Paul’s Boutique still is one of the best produced albums ever, btw.

  92. hl Says:

    ackson7 Says:

    UMC was wacker than Electric Circus

    ^Word. Common was spitting crazy on EC, even if the production threw people off.

  93. Remixznflow Says:

    #teamholdbriaspurseunashamedly

  94. d_block_4_life Says:

    Graduation > LR

    No disrespect

  95. b-ease Says:

    And yea, the 2nd half of GRODT falls off.

    That’s how Dre makes ALL his albums. He frontloads them with the bangers and leaves all filler on Side B. Chronic, 2001, Marshall Mathers, even Straight Outta Compton all have this affliction.

  96. big_seth Says:

    b-ease Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:08 pm
    The Minstrel Show was dope, but it’s neither inventive or inflammatory enough to justify it’s concept or the groups “issue” with other hiphop at the time.

    Get Back is their best LP. And that ain’t no classic either.
    ^^

    I was just mentioning LB & Finding Forever as good albums that were released between 04-07.

    hl stated that rap from 08-11 > 04-07

    I strongly disagree. in what universe is Deeper than Rap > F&L

    LMAO

  97. JihaD Says:

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:05 pm
    Perfect punchlines and complex rhyme schemes, and even complex imagery and wordplay would have made some rappers catalogs MUCH worse. Think Pac, 50, DMX, Kanye, etc.

    Good MCing is great but not ever song, beat, album, character, or rapper needs it to be better.

    Unless you are eagerly awaiting for Papoose to freestyle over Family Business or Roses.

    ^

    Dude,

    your ignoring Flow, Mic Presence, Character, Vocals– a bunch of other things that make Emcees great and allow them to hold your attention. Its not just about the clever words you write, but the way they are DELIVERED.

    Kanye, 50, DMX, Prodigy, Cam, Guru, etc lived and died in the booth because of these intangibles.

    Yea, Papoose, Slaughterhouse, and others might have better LYRICS, but they aren’t ENTERTAINING. All the bars in the world can’t help you if you can’t DELIVER them.

    FACT.

    JihaD

  98. d_block_4_life Says:

    UMC
    ^
    trash juice

  99. Remixznflow Says:

    I bet her skin taste like chocolate and almonds with a hint of henny…

  100. b Says:

    Bria got them eyes…big white, bright.., that skintone that most blacks hate

    ^HOW CAN U HATE THAT?me and her would have some beautiful black babies

  101. gSeven Says:

    >>Get Back is their best LP

    ====
    uck no. Minstrel Show > The Listening>>>>Get Back >>>>> Left Back

  102. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    B-Ease
    0 mins ago
    Finding Forever AND Be are overrated.

    ^^

    But BE was at least good if not a little on the soft side though.

  103. Jackson7 Says:

    fuck that baphomet bitch.

    ————

    LOL

  104. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i4.tagstat.com/image03/f/967d/0013053nVpZ.jpg

    > goodness. gracious!

    wyle unruly!

  105. d_block_4_life Says:

    Deeper Than Rap >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Just wanted to get that out the way.

  106. b-ease Says:

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele
    0 mins ago
    Paul’s Boutique still is one of the best produced albums ever, btw.

    ^^
    *nods in agreement*

  107. Deen Says:

    The Minstrel Show was dope, but it’s neither inventive or inflammatory enough to justify it’s concept or the groups “issue” with other hiphop at the time.

    Get Back is their best LP. And that ain’t no classic either.

    ^^^

    I don’t think that’s enough of a reason relegate it from classic status. You think it wasn’t inflammatory enough, but others thought that the most innocuous song on the project was too “intelligent” to play on TV.

    The fact that they didn’t take the Public Enemy scorched earth approach to the topic doesn’t make their message any less potent. Just off the top of the dome:

    They criticized R&B via parody.
    They shitted on absentee/poor parents.
    They shitted on messed up priorities in the black community.
    Of course, they shitted on wack rap/rappers.

    They chose humor and nuance. I think it’s epic shit.

    You probably just hate 9th’s wack beats. I do too. ROFL.

  108. hl Says:

    Get Back is LB’s best album. By far.

  109. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Fuck beyonce…

    ^^^^^^

    this.

    fuck that baphomet bitch.

    ^
    blasphemy hour

  110. Remixznflow Says:

    Lol whaddup kev?

    *daps*

  111. b Says:

    who the fuck has even heard pauls boutique?

  112. Jackson7 Says:

    d_block_4_life Says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 1:13 pm
    Deeper Than Rap >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Just wanted to get that out the way.

    ————–

    SMH

  113. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    50 is one of the worst rappers to ever blow up.
    Rap wise he’s beyond basic n mundane
    Has good ear for beats, but his content and flow lack. He got lucky n hit the lotto.
    If niggas think he really be spittin hot flames they lyin!
    I like 50 I had GRODT who didn’t, but that was it. I like War Angel n 4everKing. N I though BISD was decent. But seriously, he’s like 1 step better than Birdman

  114. Deen Says:

    uck no. Minstrel Show > The Listening>>>>Get Back >>>>> Left Back

    ^^^

    *daps gSeven*

    I wouldn’t be mad at The Listening tacking first place though.

  115. gSeven Says:

    Deeper Than Rap >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Just wanted to get that out the way.

    =====
    lmao

  116. Jackson7 Says:

    LBs best album is The Listening

  117. hl Says:

    *disagrees to disagree*

  118. d_block_4_life Says:

    AND Teflon Don might be better. That’s scary.

  119. big_seth Says:

    Deen Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:13 pm
    The Minstrel Show was dope, but it’s neither inventive or inflammatory enough to justify it’s concept or the groups “issue” with other hiphop at the time.

    Get Back is their best LP. And that ain’t no classic either.

    ^^^

    I don’t think that’s enough of a reason relegate it from classic status. You think it wasn’t inflammatory enough, but others thought that the most innocuous song on the project was too “intelligent” to play on TV.

    The fact that they didn’t take the Public Enemy scorched earth approach to the topic doesn’t make their message any less potent. Just off the top of the dome:

    They criticized R&B via parody.
    They shitted on absentee/poor parents.
    They shitted on messed up priorities in the black community.
    Of course, they shitted on wack rap/rappers.

    They chose humor and nuance. I think it’s epic shit.

    You probably just hate 9th’s wack beats. I do too. ROFL.
    ^^

    *daps Deen*

    I’m going to lunch now.

  120. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    F&L wasn’t the classic it was meant to be.

  121. Remixznflow Says:

    Yeah

    The listening

    Then the minstrel show….

    I don’t even listen to get back like that anymore…

  122. gSeven Says:

    @ Deen

    true. I was just listening to the Listening last week. Sounds as fresh as ever.

  123. d_block_4_life Says:

    F&L was never a classic to me.

    no disrespect

  124. Jackson7 Says:

    b Says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 1:14 pm
    who the fuck has even heard pauls boutique?

    —————

    Tron & KZA and mcb and big seth

  125. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    *daps remix*

  126. JihaD Says:

    b-ease Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:12 pm
    And yea, the 2nd half of GRODT falls off.

    That’s how Dre makes ALL his albums. He frontloads them with the bangers and leaves all filler on Side B. Chronic, 2001, Marshall Mathers, even Straight Outta Compton all have this affliction.

    ^

    Falls off where, tho? Other than Bloodhound, and maybe If I Can’t, I don’t see it. But I can agree most Dre produced albums are pretty front loaded and not really built for long plays.

    His filler tho is still >>>.

    JihaD

  127. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    ^translation, that bitch look mad god

    ^ya pretty much!!!!

  128. el feces loco Says:

    i5.tagstat.com/image06/f/967d/002k053nVpZ.jpg

    #TeamBria

  129. Remixznflow Says:

    *listens to black devil again*

  130. JihaD Says:

    d_block_4_life Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:16 pm
    F&L was never a classic to me.

    no disrespect

    ^

    Me neither. Only Lupe die hards espouse that theory.

    JihaD

  131. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Dude,

    your ignoring Flow, Mic Presence, Character, Vocals– a bunch of other things that make Emcees great and allow them to hold your attention. Its not just about the clever words you write, but the way they are DELIVERED.

    Kanye, 50, DMX, Prodigy, Cam, Guru, etc lived and died in the booth because of these intangibles.
    ————————————————

    I’m not ignoring this. This was precisely the point I was trying to make in fact.

    People put too much emphasis on things like rhyme scheme, wordplay, punchlines. That shit will ruin what should be a heartfelt, straightforward song if someone overdoes it.

  132. gSeven Says:

    >>AND Teflon Don might be better. That’s scary.

    ^actually my lmao was meant for Teflon Don. not sure what i was seeing…lol.
    Deeper than Rap is way better. Ross won’t top that.

  133. JihaD Says:

    Jackson7 Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:14 pm
    d_block_4_life Says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 1:13 pm
    Deeper Than Rap >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Just wanted to get that out the way.

    ————–

    SMH

    ^

    Co-SMH.

    JihaD

  134. Jackson7 Says:

    bria myles look better with clothes on, than most women look naked

  135. Deen Says:

    Paul’s Boutique still is one of the best produced albums ever, btw.

    ^^^

    And it’s a fucking tragedy that the sample laws won’t ever allow us to hear some shit like that again.

  136. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    F&L was never a classic to me.

    no disrespect

    ^

    Me neither. Only Lupe die hards espouse that theory.

    ^
    co-signs

  137. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Birdman has just as many good songs as 50
    FACT

  138. Jackson7 Says:

    F&L is a really good album, but it aint no classic album

  139. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    >i gotta agree. fif mad overrated. entertaining…but overrated.

  140. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    People can complain about Eminem being overrated all they want, and say things like “he has no rhythm” but what they really mean is he overdoes certain aspects of MCing, like the rhyme scheme, speed, etc. Just know that fans that overemphasize MCing are the ones that say he kills everyone on guest verses.

  141. hl Says:

    Deen Says:

    Paul’s Boutique still is one of the best produced albums ever, btw.

    ^^^

    And it’s a fucking tragedy that the sample laws won’t ever allow us to hear some shit like that again.

    ^Yeah, it would be impossible to make an album like that, or 3 Feet High and Rising again unless it was a mixtape.

  142. JihaD Says:

    tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:15 pm
    Wiz is one of the worst rappers to ever blow up.
    Rap wise he’s beyond basic n mundane
    Has good ear for beats, but his content and flow lack. He got lucky n hit the lotto.
    If niggas think he really be spittin hot flames they lyin!
    I like Wiz I had Rolling Papers who didn’t, but that was it. I like KushnOJ n CabinFever. N I though RP was decent. But seriously, he’s like 1 step below than Birdman

    ^

    Fixed for accuracy.

    JihaD

  143. Remixznflow Says:

    Her breathe probably smells of a hershy’s kiss with a hint of cinnamon…

    Smh… She does something to my soul for real…

  144. el feces loco Says:

    i3.tagstat.com/image04/f/967d/001K053nVpZ.jpg

    #TeamBriacandonowrong

  145. Jackson7 Says:

    tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 1:15 pm
    50 is one of the worst rappers to ever blow up.
    Rap wise he’s beyond basic n mundane
    Has good ear for beats, but his content and flow lack. He got lucky n hit the lotto.
    If niggas think he really be spittin hot flames they lyin!
    I like 50 I had GRODT who didn’t, but that was it. I like War Angel n 4everKing. N I though BISD was decent. But seriously, he’s like 1 step better than Birdman

    ————–

    this is actually true, btw

  146. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Deen Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    Paul’s Boutique still is one of the best produced albums ever, btw.

    ^^^

    And it’s a fucking tragedy that the sample laws won’t ever allow us to hear some shit like that again.
    ———————————————

    What with all the free releases now we could see it happen again. It’s a lot harder to get sued on something you aren’t really earning off of I imagine.

  147. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    new post

  148. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    #TeamBriacandonowrong

    >*joins*

    she’s truly amazing to look at. no question.

  149. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    JihaD Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 1:19 pm

    ^Ill even agree w you on that. its known ima Wiz stan but you ain never heard me say he spittin flames, or hell eat ur fav mc. I just like his music n lifestyle n he rep da city. I’m not sayin he got d hottest 16s n da game. His hook game is serious tho good melodies etc. But he’s a Fad. I just respect his come up.

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  151. Jewtino Says:

    big_seth Says:
    April 21st, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    Where all the black people Beastie boys???

    You could have at least called up Craig Robinson for a cameo… you had all his homeboys in this shit.

    ^Yeah they could have included Run DMC for shits and giggles, C. Rob Could’ve been Rev Run, who would’ve been JMJ or DMC?

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