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Video: Snoop Dogg – Stoner’s Anthem

Snoop drops the video for “Stoner’s Anthem” off The Doggumentary just in time for your morning wake and bake.

Previously: Game ft. Dr.Dre & Snoop Dogg – Drug Test


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120 Responses to “Video: Snoop Dogg – Stoner’s Anthem”

  1. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    In the past few years
    Curren$y & Wiz> Drake & Wayne> Jay & Kanye

    When they do songs together I mean, not as a collective of their catalogs

  2. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    go away Snoop

  3. S.I.C.K Says:

    @mcb

    SENT you bitchass.Next time I ask for something,hook me up.

  4. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    yo rabbi…

    check ya email.

  5. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    @jderrida

    Thing is, Wayne’s taste in rap was awful for the most part. And not only that he really wasn’t the right vocalist for a rock band. When I heard early [and erroneous, as it turned out] reports record that it would just be Wayne rapping over some rock-ish sounding beats like Rick Rubin used to do I was fine with that. And some of the best songs he recorded in those sessions were of that kind: I Am Not a Human Being, Fuck Today, etc.

  6. harlem world Says:

    this is nice,

    i still think snoop should retire tho

  7. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    Curren$y & Wiz> Drake & Wayne> Jay & Kanye
    =======================
    they rapping for different crowds B

  8. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    Nas sd it best

    “youza dick ridin faggot you love the attention”

  9. why? Says:

    Here come the paragraphs..

  10. mcb Says:

    S.I.C.K Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:04 am
    @mcb

    SENT you bitchass.Next time I ask for something,hook me up.

    kevfrescura de talco Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:05 am
    yo rabbi…

    check ya email.

    ^^^
    *daps kev and sick*

    @SICK, thank you sir. duly noted, favor for a favor, nh.

    @kev, checking now

  11. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    why? Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:06 am

    Here come the paragraphs..
    ———————————–

    :(

  12. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:06 am

    Curren$y & Wiz> Drake & Wayne> Jay & Kanye
    =======================
    they rapping for different crowds B
    ————————————–

    Yeah but I speak as a guy who is a fan of all three pairs. I’m the darkest part of that venn diagram bro

  13. Deen Says:

    Wuddupdoe

    WTT is inspirational….

    Niggas is actually excited for rap music again… both them niggas spazzed, the production was great, the concepts and sequencing were well thought out… in my opinion a classic… and their presentation of it set a precedent…. history was made whether you like it or not….

    ^^^

    You got a lil’ something on your chin. Wipe it off.

  14. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Max & French >>>

  15. Big_seth Says:

    yo kev.

    whats up?

  16. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Snoop is just gettin his money. I can respect that. Dude has done enough for rap. This track aint even half bad .

  17. Black Says:

    frontlinesoze @ yahoo

    Help a nigga out with that WTT. Someone anyone.

  18. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    frank ocean>

    that niggas in church tho>

    had to revisit that for a third time.

  19. Deen Says:

    Yo… I fux with this Ski Beatz shit heavy. It’s dope.

    More rich rappers should work with Ski…

  20. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    whasup seth…

    whas poppin?

  21. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Yeah I kind of like this song too

  22. jderrida Says:

    @ RNC Chairman Michael Steele

    I agree 100%. Wayne should have just rapped over sampled rock records. Honestly I think that Rebirth, even with its faults, will be a cult record respected by critics and fans of complex taste. In a few years if not now some rapper will appear rapping over rock samples decently. Crafting songs that Wayne could only dream of making himself.

  23. Eastern_Digital Says:

    WTT = Overproduced mess.

  24. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    If you ain’t fly, you caint fly

    Fly above fuckboys, bum niggas, fanboys, etc

    We kno u aint livin

    Everyday my bday

    U been dead

  25. mcb Says:

    kev, did u send me the email yet?

    i got sicks

  26. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    my bad…

    no church in the wild>

  27. jderrida Says:

    More rich rappers should work with Ski…

    ^^^

    Co-Sign.

    I don’t know why Ski never caught on in the Rocafella era like Just Blaze and Kanye.

  28. mcb Says:

    i was kinda hoping/expecting WTT to be pretty damng ood. at least the rapping, and some actual effort from Jay.

    im staying optimistic and going to listen soon

  29. Deen Says:

    WTT’s strong point is the production/sound. Interesting shit.

  30. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i sent it riz…

    my gigs low….might take a minute.

  31. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    MBDTF and Pilot Talk were the best rap albums of last year, but it’s hard to decide which is better of the two.

    MBDTF was impressive, and much more grand, inventive, and had a much better sweep to it. I listened to it non stop for two months and less and less afterword, and now I haven’t listened to the whole album in a while.

    Pilot Talk was low key, and not ambitious or anything but had great beats, rhymes, hooks, and I still listen to it now.

  32. jderrida Says:

    at least the rapping, and some actual effort from Jay.

    ^^^

    Why tho?

    Jay isn’t hunger any more.

  33. Deen Says:

    Co-Sign.

    I don’t know why Ski never caught on in the Rocafella era like Just Blaze and Kanye.

    ^^^

    Probably because he caught Jay at the wrong point in his career. Ski was jet fuel…

  34. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    i agree with BSG, the mystique of hearing an album only on release date is good for rap music

    but im also reminded of what it feels like to wait for an album and get that meh feeling due to the expectations

  35. Deen Says:

    MBDTF and Pilot Talk were the best rap albums of last year

    ^^^

    *Jeezy Laughs*

    Haven’t listened to either since maybe February – and I’m a fan of both artists.

  36. mcb Says:

    jderrida Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:17 am
    at least the rapping, and some actual effort from Jay.

    ^^^

    Why tho?

    Jay isn’t hunger any more.
    ^^^
    i figured with yeezy there, Jay would give that effort

    prob doesnt want to be renegaded on these projects in the later phases of his career. but maybe hes just happy making music.

  37. b Says:

    ^so what I type bothers you?!? Wow nigga ur pathetic broke bum ass nigga

    Jets

    ^u know thats not gonna work so y even try?u have a tattoo on ya ankle, bitch.u like zoomin in on dicks when u have a camera in ya hand, whilst arm gazing.i dont care what u say u have, only thing we know u have for sure is a (diesel) arm fetish and a deep throat.

  38. jderrida Says:

    Kanye should have taken the concept of Watch the Throne as to say to rap critics, fans and the industry a new era is upon on. Using his Rolodex and production skills it would have been awesome if Kanye worked with Hip hop’s future kings. As if to say Watch the throne because these young rappers are destined for it next. Each song on the album would have a different, talented small time rapper like Lamar, Cole, and Krit.

  39. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    jderrida Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:13 am

    @ RNC Chairman Michael Steele

    I agree 100%. Wayne should have just rapped over sampled rock records. Honestly I think that Rebirth, even with its faults, will be a cult record respected by critics and fans of complex taste.
    —————————————-

    I see where you’re coming from and this could definitely happen.

    Even though I didn’t like a lot of his output when he was overusing autotune, it’s kind of awesome to follow his metamorphosis as a rapper from 05-09. He went from being a pretty good punchline rapper with some slight quirks on the Dedication tapes, to the weirdest mainstream rapper ever since ODB by 09, and probably hit the best mix of the two in 07 on Da Drought 3.

    But yeah, there’s a bizarre appeal to some of the really outrageous things he tried late 08 through 09, and Rebirth is one of them. Another song that stood out for me the same way was “Yes ft. Pharrell”.

  40. Deen Says:

    This Ski Beatz shit would be AMAZING if it had ONE MC anchoring it. Color me impressed…

  41. mcb Says:

    jderida

    yeah, but he could alwayd do an album of his beats (were talking Ye here) or producers he likes, rap on some ofthe ongs, have established Roc people do some verses/hooks, maybe have ye on a few, then put those “new” stars in there

    why have them on his collabo with JayZ. not saying i wouldnt enjoy it, but from their point of view…

  42. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Deen Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:18 am

    MBDTF and Pilot Talk were the best rap albums of last year

    ^^^

    *Jeezy Laughs*

    Haven’t listened to either since maybe February – and I’m a fan of both artists.
    ——————————————–

    ha, honestly I’m the same with the Kanye. I actually CAN’T listen to the whole thing. Runaway’s too long, and the Chris Rock part of Blame Game is kind of tedious now, and so is Hell of a Life.

    But Pilot Talk sounds as good as ever for me. I think the reason Pilot Talk 2 never got as many spins is because I never got bored of the first one after I started liking it [later than most].

  43. harlem world Says:

    Kokane >>>

  44. jderrida Says:

    Probably because he caught Jay at the wrong point in his career. Ski was jet fuel…

    ^^^

    Its a shame really, because that point in time of hip hop was legit. I really can’t think of a time in hip hop after Rocafella were a label had so many top notch rappers and producers creating top notch product. Ski would have got some cats on the short list for hip hop classics.

    Jay >
    Beanie >
    Cam’ron >
    Crakk >
    Young Chris >
    Freeway >

  45. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    “nigga u broke what da fuck u goin tell me?”

  46. b Says:

    tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:27 am
    “nigga u broke what da fuck u goin tell me?”

    ^nothing.but ima tell ya mama u walking around with ankle tats stilettos and blouses u fruitfly.

  47. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    @ mcb, jderrida

    He already does do that sort of. His last two albums have featured his favourite old and new musicians. RZA, Q-Tip, Swizz, but also Lex Luger, S1, La Roux, Cudi, etc.

    He’s doing it on the music side of the albums, but just hasn’t worked with up and coming rappers for the rapping side. I guess he still has to prioritize with guys on his label coming first.

  48. The Shot Clock Says:

    WTT’s strong point is the production/sound. Interesting shit.

    ^

    isn’t that a shame. these niggas are both living legends and they didn’t tame a single beat on the album.

    >> rich, comfortable man rap

  49. Deen Says:

    ha, honestly I’m the same with the Kanye. I actually CAN’T listen to the whole thing. Runaway’s too long, and the Chris Rock part of Blame Game is kind of tedious now, and so is Hell of a Life.

    But Pilot Talk sounds as good as ever for me. I think the reason Pilot Talk 2 never got as many spins is because I never got bored of the first one after I started liking it [later than most].

    ^^^

    In Currensy’s case, it’s more a function of the fact that he’s continued to release material – so I just listen to the best of his new shit. Covert Coup stays getting spun. Weekend At Burnies didn’t quite connect. The PT albums are probably falling back on some occasional listening shit forever.

    With Kanye, the overindulgence on display kinda turned me off early. I’d much rather listen to the GOOD Friday series in order, but even that isn’t easy. I’ve probably bumped Late Registration more times this year.

  50. Samir Says:

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:17 am
    MBDTF and Pilot Talk were the best rap albums of last year, but it’s hard to decide which is better of the two.

    ^^^

    Kanye’s GOOD Friday releases treated as an album >>>> both of those

  51. jderrida Says:

    it’s kind of awesome to follow his metamorphosis as a rapper

    ^^^

    Yeah, Wayne has done some artistically brilliant things and sometimes repulsive stuff. When you brought up his past project I suddenly remembered Wayne’s back catalog. Dudes been rapping for at least 15 years. I guess the 10-11 Wayne is one whom has rapped it all and now seeks different forms of artistic expression.

  52. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    anybody see Ari get his swag back last night on Entourage

    familiar puss in times of desperation >>>>>>>>>>

  53. Deen Says:

    familiar puss in times of desperation >>>>>>>>>>

    ^^^

    True. But that shit might fuck a nigga’s mind up…

  54. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    @Samir: Yeah, my Good Friday playlist was pretty awesome, maybe better than MBDTF.

    @jderrida: Yep. It’ll be interesting to see if he find a new way of doing it too, so far it looks like he isn’t but he’s still a good rapper. Just not the game changer he used to be.

    @Deen: Good point about Curren$y and his constant barrage of new material. And that’s pretty funny, I’m pretty sure I’ve listened to LR [and Graduation] more times the past couple of months too.

  55. mcb Says:

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:30 am
    @ mcb, jderrida

    He already does do that sort of. His last two albums have featured his favourite old and new musicians. RZA, Q-Tip, Swizz, but also Lex Luger, S1, La Roux, Cudi, etc.

    ^^^
    yeah i wasnt saying that he wasnt doing it

    i was saying in response to jd that theres not much reward for that risk and while kanye and him are still popular/holding it down (objective i know), they are doing this collabo. Jay/Ye can always put others on, but would more likely do it like others have done where its just those new guys working with dec producers etc.. Cormega did it…

  56. S.I.C.K Says:

    Primetime>>>>
    Murder To Excellence>>
    Niggas In Paris>>>
    Gotta Have It>>>>

  57. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    Seriously Brandon what is it? R u still offended that I called u a fuck nigga? Wasn’t like I was lyin. You commet in my direction 20+ times a day? Dam u lookin Stan ish.
    You wish u lived da life I do!
    Ibunderstand ur broke n uneducated but that’s not my fault change your situation!

    You’ve exposed so much of ur pathetic life on here whilst saying you “don’t lie on these boards”

    So let’s see…
    Broke-check
    No hoes-check
    No education -check
    Let whitey call u bigger- check
    Fawn for my attention daily-check

    Ur ether attempts towards me r always corny
    Nigga u howlin at the moon
    Facts>>>jokes

    Direct ur comments to others niggas

    We not in same tax bracket
    Fuck nigga

  58. jderrida Says:

    @ RNC Chairman Michael Steele, mcb

    I don’t mean Kanye calling Krit (whoever) for a 16 to feature on a RZA project. I meant he actually working in the studio with the artist and creating something. It wouldn’t be Kanye going hey let me get Lamar to add a verse to this. But actually doing something that suggest we watch the throne.

    Jay is like Jordan when he played for the Wizards. Jordan averaged 20 pg but was a mere shadow of his former self. Also no one disputes Jordan reign on the throne but at the time everyone was watching kobe or whoever. That is how WTT sounds to me. Kanye in the twilight of his career working with a functional Jay-Z. WTT would have not only been record of the year but also the decade if Kanye took his concept to heart and combine the hunger and raw talent of younger gifted artist with his experience and ability. I mean honestly who else could get RZA and Krit together? Tip and Cole? Lamar and Pete rock?

  59. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    they were name dropping all these producers like rza, pete rock, premo, madlib etc for watch the throne & MBDTF and we ended up with rave music

    life is ill

  60. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    yeah i wasnt saying that he wasnt doing it

    i was saying in response to jd that theres not much reward for that risk and while kanye and him are still popular/holding it down
    ——————————————–

    Ah, I see your point then.

    I think Kanye wanted a shot to outshine Jay on a large scale, and Jay wants to show he can keep up and stay ahead of the game.

  61. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    thats my bitch>

  62. jderrida Says:

    they were name dropping all these producers like rza, pete rock, premo, madlib etc for watch the throne & MBDTF and we ended up with rave music

    ^^^

    Co-Sign

  63. b Says:

    tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:40 am
    Seriously Brandon what is it? R u still offended that I called u a fuck nigga? Wasn’t like I was lyin. You commet in my direction 20+ times a day? Dam u lookin Stan ish.
    You wish u lived da life I do!
    Ibunderstand ur broke n uneducated but that’s not my fault change your situation!

    You’ve exposed so much of ur pathetic life on here whilst saying you “don’t lie on these boards”

    So let’s see…
    Broke-check
    No hoes-check
    No education -check
    Let whitey call u bigger- check
    Fawn for my attention daily-check

    Ur ether attempts towards me r always corny
    Nigga u howlin at the moon
    Facts>>>jokes

    Direct ur comments to others niggas

    We not in same tax bracket

    ^this is nah right, we dont care about how much money u make homegirl. u a bisexual baller huh?i dont care how much money u make, u still like niggas arms and crotches.hoes wont stay with u cuz u a weirdo my g, no bitch want a nigga who want a nigga.u looked happier than a faggot in boystown watching shellz arms.

  64. mcb Says:

    I think Kanye wanted a shot to outshine Jay on a large scale, and Jay wants to show he can keep up and stay ahead of the game.

    ^^^
    thats what im expecting going into lisetning to this project.

    this is exactly what i was thinking

    now i shall find out..

    before i listen, any reasn why this should wait for the whip or for home?

  65. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    jderrida Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:43 am

    @ RNC Chairman Michael Steele, mcb

    I don’t mean Kanye calling Krit (whoever) for a 16 to feature on a RZA project. I meant he actually working in the studio with the artist and creating something. It wouldn’t be Kanye going hey let me get Lamar to add a verse to this. But actually doing something that suggest we watch the throne.

    Jay is like Jordan when he played for the Wizards. Jordan averaged 20 pg but was a mere shadow of his former self. Also no one disputes Jordan reign on the throne but at the time everyone was watching kobe or whoever. That is how WTT sounds to me. Kanye in the twilight of his career working with a functional Jay-Z. WTT would have not only been record of the year but also the decade if Kanye took his concept to heart and combine the hunger and raw talent of younger gifted artist with his experience and ability. I mean honestly who else could get RZA and Krit together? Tip and Cole? Lamar and Pete rock?
    ———————————————

    I guess one thing that gets in the way is that it would be a bad look if he did that while guys on his own label don’t get too many Kanye beats per album.

    But it’s a good idea and it’d be great if something like that ever came to fruition.

  66. Jackson7 Says:

    jderrida Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:44 am
    they were name dropping all these producers like rza, pete rock, premo, madlib etc for watch the throne & MBDTF and we ended up with rave music

    ^^^

    cocoSign

    (c) Michael Steele

    BP3 2.0

    smh @ Robert Diggs contribution

  67. Gravity Says:

    Each song on the album would have a different, talented small time rapper like Lamar, Cole, and Krit.

    >> Thats absurd. Why can’t these young rappers make their own classics?

    Does Jordan come back on the court to help Lebron win a championship?

    So far I’ve heard good things about WTT while others don’t care for it. I won’t hear it till Friday so I won’t have an opinion till then.

    Rap fans are so spoiled though, especially the non-buyers and their non-bias ..

  68. Jackson7 Says:

    Does Jordan come back on the court to help Lebron win a championship?

    ————

    nah, it was Richard Hamilton he came back to help

  69. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    damn niggas ain feelin welcome to the jungle tho?

    if puff was on that with some NY rap niggas, dudes would fux with it.

  70. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    cocoSign

    (c) Michael Steele
    —————————

    lol

  71. S.I.C.K Says:

    Rap fans are so spoiled though, especially the non-buyers
    ^^^
    this is true.I ain`t bought shit since the preface

  72. Deen Says:

    Thats absurd. Why can’t these young rappers make their own classics?

    ^^^

    he’s right…

  73. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    before i listen, any reasn why this should wait for the whip or for home?
    ==========================
    u might wanna save “That’s my Bitch” for a listen in the whip….

  74. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    mcb Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:46 am

    I think Kanye wanted a shot to outshine Jay on a large scale, and Jay wants to show he can keep up and stay ahead of the game.

    ^^^
    thats what im expecting going into lisetning to this project.

    this is exactly what i was thinking

    now i shall find out..

    before i listen, any reasn why this should wait for the whip or for home?
    ——————————————–

    Not really. Well…some of the songs ask for good speakers I guess…

  75. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    You kno better to take it offline cuz u dyin in real life
    You live here wit failed ether attempts
    U lil broke dirty nigga fuck off my dick
    U still wounded from last time I dismNtled n exposed ur reality
    Everyone kno u a clown
    Yount NEVER talk bout no money cuz u broke smokin Reggie
    N u DAmN sure won’t dare uppin a bitch u chase 2-3s

    Pathetic
    Lame ass nigga

  76. Jackson7 Says:

    damn niggas ain feelin welcome to the jungle tho?

    ————–

    thats one of the few joints on there id listen to again

    swizz beatz >

  77. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    >>>>Lamar, Cole, and KRIT though

  78. Jackson7 Says:

    this is true.I ain`t bought shit since the preface

    ————–

    money well spent

  79. Jackson7 Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:51 am
    >>>>Lamar, Cole, and KRIT though

    ————-

    word..

    especially country ass KRIT

  80. Troyvul Says:

    Does Jordan come back on the court to help Lebron win a championship?

    ————

    nah, it was Richard Hamilton he came back to help
    ^
    Roff

  81. mcb Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:51 am
    >>>>Lamar, Cole, and KRIT though

    ^^^
    really tho?

    KRIT is ill, but i guess it depends what you like…. idk…

    Coles mixtapes are nice, but obbv needs to put somethin out

    Lamar got a lot of potential but sound good right now

    but to each their own i guess

  82. jderrida Says:

    >> Thats absurd. Why can’t these young rappers make their own classics?

    Does Jordan come back on the court to help Lebron win a championship?

    ^^^

    It isn’t a question of whether these younger artist can make their own classics. They can make their classics and also help in creating one with Kanye….

    Also your miss using the Jordan metaphor. Jordan, in my opinion, is past his prime and couldn’t contribute anything to a team now. Kanye can still produce great songs and craft spectacular verses. I would have used Shaq instead of Jordan in your metaphor. Given Shaq’s injuries he can be a great back up center and help any title contender win. But then again Kanye is still kobe status now…

  83. Gravity Says:

    this is true.I ain`t bought shit since the preface

    >> daps S.I.C.K

    I’m actually laughing at the audacious and brutal honesty.

  84. Jackson7 Says:

    mcb Says:

    KRIT is ill

    ————–

    LMAO

  85. mcb Says:

    Jackson7 Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:54 am
    mcb Says:

    KRIT is ill

    ————–

    LMAO
    ^^
    cool

  86. jderrida Says:

    @ All the Krit naysayers

    Fine…Kanye & Curren$y!

    I can’t even imagine how that would turn out…..

  87. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    KRIT is ill

    ————–

    LMAO
    ^
    *dead*

  88. Camelot Says:

    If you didn’t purchase WTT, fall back.

    If you downloaded it and are trying to get your Robert Ebert on, shut the fuck up.

    Niggas that complain about Five Guy’s french fries and can’t afford shit in the restaurant <<<<

  89. Jackson7 Says:

    “… this is real rap… 3 words you’ll never hear, ‘KRIT killed that..’…”

    (c) b aka charlesleeray

  90. jderrida Says:

    I guess one thing that gets in the way is that it would be a bad look if he did that while guys on his own label don’t get too many Kanye beats per album.

    ^^^

    True….FF did lack a lot of Kanye/Good Music contributions you would normally expect.

    ———————–

    But it’s a good idea and it’d be great if something like that ever came to fruition.

    ^^^^

    It would be intriguing to say the least

  91. k Says:

    the name of last night’s entourage episode was “one last shot”…clever

  92. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Does Jordan come back on the court to help Lebron win a championship?

    ————

    nah, it was Richard Hamilton he came back to help
    ——————————————–

    loooooooooooool

  93. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    You get no respect on or offline
    Everyone laughs at you
    Everyone talks to you however they want
    Mcb, Kev jihad me the white lady at ur lil bum ass secretary job

    You stay gettin exposed

    Ol yellow belly coward

  94. mcb Says:

    Camelot Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 11:57 am
    If you didn’t purchase WTT, fall back.

    If you downloaded it and are trying to get your Robert Ebert on, shut the fuck up.

    Niggas that complain about Five Guy’s french fries and can’t afford shit in the restaurant <<<<
    ^^^
    while usually i agree with some of these statements, i dont think they hold true

    whether purchased or not, the music and the opinioons are there.

    so whats the diff, except that the guy who bought it might be a little more bias as to not feel like he was ripped off/unnecessarily bought it?

    i think the reviews of the album from people are going to be overly critical, because it has two rap heavyweights on 1 album.

    we all share opinions, and its up to the individual who we trust/listen to.

  95. NovemberEnd Says:

    WTT not bad…its what I think they wanted BP3 to be…

    Its clubs/stadium music…it has some songs I like

    I realized with this album and BP3… Jay trying to get a disgusted face out of the listener

    Looking at it from his point of view he did it for 7 straight summers

    This Euro Jay music is not for me.

  96. Jackson7 Says:

    usually white dudes have a good ear for hiphop when they get into it..

    ask rex hussla and the Original Kizza, KzA… and of course, nation…

    but mcb has lost his mind…

    this nigga said KRIT was ill…

    smh… he not white… that nigga is one of them olive complected israelis

  97. mcb Says:

    LF:

    Talking about football all weekend has me FIENDING for the NFL.

    *scratches neck*

  98. jderrida Says:

    Niggas that complain about Five Guy’s french fries and can’t afford shit in the restauran

    ^^^^

    Who complains about Five Guys anything???

    I don’t have to purchase anything to give my opinion on the project…..

    Honestly purchasing music is just saying “Hey I am not savvy enough to know about mediafire and unaware of the cruel wealth distribution of modern recording contracts”.

    Purchasing Tickets to shows >>>>

  99. Gravity Says:

    Also your miss using the Jordan metaphor. Jordan, in my opinion, is past his prime and couldn’t contribute anything to a team now. Kanye can still produce great songs and craft spectacular verses. I would have used Shaq instead of Jordan in your metaphor. Given Shaq’s injuries he can be a great back up center and help any title contender win. But then again Kanye is still kobe status now…

    >> The larger point is; you get a Ye and Jay combo album and niggas wishing it was some rappers who haven’t made an album on their own to draw anyone’s attention beyond the blogosphere.

    IMO, Jay is a much better alternative to the combination of all the “small-timers” you mentioned and is better for the bottomline as well.

    Rappers wanna sell records not get praises from non-buying fans. No shots …

  100. Camelot Says:

    *Fuck nigga’s it up*

    *buys $16 worth of KFC every two days*

    *can’t afford $10 to buy album*

    * “Waaaah!!! Why would Kanye do that?? Fuck you RZA!!!” *

    ” *Vehemently declares that he will not buy the album* ”

    *Listens repeatedly on the low for 2 weeks straight*

    * “Yea, that joint is kinda growing on me right durr” *

    *Still hasn’t purchased album*

    *Claims he bought Watch The Throne floor seats in November for $327.65*

  101. NovemberEnd Says:

    Jay not trying to get *

  102. Jackson7 Says:

    This Euro Jay music is not for me.

    ————–

    case BEEN closed

    this nigga not Marcy… he Marseilles

  103. The Shot Clock Says:

    If you didn’t purchase WTT, fall back.

    If you downloaded it and are trying to get your Robert Ebert on, shut the fuck up.

    Niggas that complain about Five Guy’s french fries and can’t afford shit in the restaurant

    ^

    lolwhat

  104. S.I.C.K Says:

    That Wu-Block better be a banger.I liked the first jawn so far.

  105. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    *remembers Jay-Z- Ghetto Techno*

    :(

  106. mcb Says:

    i was born here in America, as were my parents,

    and yes i enjoy KRITs music. you dont like KRIT.

    this is established…
    should i alert hte local news station, perhaps inform the government of this knowledge

    the world must know

  107. mcb Says:

    id say i buy a large majority of my music

    the rest is from friends, and subscription service.

    and very few are acquired through other means

    whats important is the music

  108. The Shot Clock Says:

    This Euro Jay music is not for me.

    ————–

    case BEEN closed

    this nigga not Marcy… he Marseilles

    ^

    exactly. at the end of the day i wanna hear a nigga eat a track a live.

    this champagne, button down, studio in a villa rap is an interesting listen but will not stand the test of time.

    * waits patiently for God Forgives, I don’t*

  109. Jackson7 Says:

    mcb Says:

    August 8th, 2011 at 12:04 pm
    i was born here in America, as were my parents,

    and yes i enjoy KRITs music. you dont like KRIT.

    this is established…
    should i alert hte local news station, perhaps inform the government of this knowledge

    the world must know

    ————–

    im detecting an air of smugmness and sarcasm and condescendence in your tone…

    i accept your apology in advance

  110. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    Nigga on a hip hop site askin other niggas how to get a GED

    You a Everest Institute nigga

    Go get ur bosses coffee

  111. jderrida Says:

    IMO, Jay is a much better alternative to the combination of all the “small-timers” you mentioned and is better for the bottomline as well.

    ^^^

    Well said. In your own opinion.

    Jay-Z 96-01 >>>>

    Lamar 10-present >>>>

  112. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Euro Jay
    ^
    lmao

    wearing speedos to the beach and riding on a one seater vespa with larry johnson(c)#eurojayswag

  113. NovemberEnd Says:

    KRIT production > his rapping

  114. Bricktop Says:

    Sheep, have you any wool?

  115. Camelot Says:

    I not saying your opinion aint legit, not at all.

    Its just niggas complaining about WTT and didn’t pay for it, I’m like nigga you already getting over on what, ten-twelve dollars?

    And niggas are damning Shawn and Kanye liked they raped their first born sons with WTT.

    Same with niggas that are saying this is the intro to Jesus’s Sequel.

    Its just bothersome. If you ain’t like it cool, but it didn’t cost you shit, so shut the fuck up. The nigga that felt he was robbed can cry all day, he earned (IE paid for) the right.

  116. b Says:

    tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 11:50 am

    ^frankie got all that cash but cant take his moms shopping
    he too busy ballin buyin bars arm watching
    he aint james bond he be looking at james arms
    im no judge tho do u flame on

  117. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    Camelot Says:
    August 8th, 2011 at 12:03 pm

    *Fuck nigga’s it up*

    *buys $16 worth of KFC every two days*

    *can’t afford $10 to buy album*

    * “Waaaah!!! Why would Kanye do that?? Fuck you RZA!!!” *

    ” *Vehemently declares that he will not buy the album* ”

    *Listens repeatedly on the low for 2 weeks straight*

    * “Yea, that joint is kinda growing on me right durr” *

    *Still hasn’t purchased album*

    *Claims he bought Watch The Throne floor seats in November for $327.65*
    ———————————————-

    That’s true how dare we.

    Let’s just talk about your study buddy bailing last second. You know, that was really interesting.

  118. Gravity Says:

    Honestly purchasing music is just saying “Hey I am not savvy enough to know about mediafire and unaware of the cruel wealth distribution of modern recording contracts”.

    Purchasing Tickets to shows >>>>

    >> There’s nothing savvy about stealing music online, 5yr olds can do it.

    Its your prerogative to not buy it but don’t rationalize it with one-legged intelligence.

    Would you take no pay for the work you do, regardless of any outside opinion on how/when/why you get paid?

  119. Troyvul Says:

    American Gangster >

    Still havent listened to WTT and wont cop the CD, I bought tickets to the show

  120. jderrida Says:

    Camelot Guide To Argument:

    1. Make arbitrary claim as counter argument

    2. Ignore any point that doesn’t match your own

    3. All responses shouldn’t be coherent and should always belittle the character of others

    4. Repeat and continue to reinforce arbitrary argument as if no one heard you the first time

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