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Video: Raekwon & Ghostface Killah + Slaughterhouse + Black Star – Live @ Rock The Bells NYC 2011

Here are some performances from Rock The Bells NYC courtesy of JonJohnTV. Above is Raekwon and Ghostface and below are videos of Slaughterhouse and Black Star.

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49 Responses to “Video: Raekwon & Ghostface Killah + Slaughterhouse + Black Star – Live @ Rock The Bells NYC 2011”

  1. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I’ve worked hard to build my name.

    > smfh…

    jus to come on a blog & have ‘snitch’ attached to it, ben tellin?

    great work…pussy.

    how that humble pie taste knowing ya peoples told me ya real name?

    lol. you thought i was bullshittin.

    nah…dry snitches do that.

  2. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Damn, this show really happened?!?!

    I wish I was there. I need more free time on my hands to travel.

  3. JihaD Says:

    Lifestyle Music >>>>>


    I’m on my Juan Dooughzz today, fellas– sorry about it.


  4. kevfrescura de talco Says:


    yeah i’s bout that life.

  5. Cypher Says:

    @ Kev

    TS never hid his government.. hell i’ve known that shit for months and i dont even know the nigga like that…

    Just let the shit die…

  6. gramMasta Says:

    @ ts

    ron ain’t one of them good ol boys

    niggas should recognize

    these kizzas decided to get together

    on a day when they knew most people aint payin attention

    more reason to listen close

    @ land

    montero gonna be a reg mid next year

    after posada gets a proper sendoff nh

    maybe jorge will be that coach and help the yung bul

    colon & garcia need cortisone shots

  7. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    All the bidding aside Kev,

    We are both grown men and shouldn’t be acting like this.

    Let’s just let it be family. This is wold right now and it shouldn’t be like this and resort to name calling on both ends.

    This is reckless and let’s just stop.

  8. kevfrescura de talco Says:


    mind ya fuckin business cypher. or do the history.

    ben tellin says: ”I need more free time on my hands to travel.”

    >snitch…you can’t jus go about as you please in a witness protection program.

  9. THe KiD FRanKiE Says:

    20 mins ago
    I’m tired of all this black on black sn beef,u don’t see Rex hussla and mcb going at it,just my thoughts

    ^nigga you be da main one shootin! Fuck outta here lol

  10. gramMasta Says:

    romney is a prime example of a caucasoid

  11. mcb Says:


  12. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    only way this stops ben tellit…is you man up & admit you typed that outta turn.

    even if i were a drug dealer…it had absolutely nothing to do with the discussion about the acclaim the wire should or should not receive.

    until then…this whole place gonna know you a snitch.

    thas a Gs civil duty.

  13. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    sup rabbi…

    whas the decision on the louis ck show?

    cuz i’m going regardless.

  14. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    @ ts

    ron ain’t one of them good ol boys

    niggas should recognize

    these kizzas decided to get together

    on a day when they knew most people aint payin attention

    more reason to listen close

    ^word. He’s been about getting shit together. And he’s been about what he preaches.

    I’ve never like Rommney though. He is a game changer though. From what he did to Boston and with the olympics. His corporate resume is legit too.

    Then again, I know he about that secret gov’t life.

  15. gramMasta Says:

    like i said earlier ahkis

    the more you type

    the more credibility you give it

    an i aint trying to pry into niggas’ b i

    just saying


    did yall know palmetto trees attract rodents

    peep the flags on the forum

  16. P.W. Says:

    Tony Stark still got that shit.

  17. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Umm Kev,

    You’re not thinking logically. If anything, you’re bringing more attention to yourself. And I’m not apologizing for anything that I typed if I meant what I said. What type of man make another man apologizes?

    And you know you’re over reacting to something that was in context, right?

    Let’s just stop this crazy talk.

  18. mcb Says:

    kevfrescura de talco Says:

    September 5th, 2011 at 4:47 pm
    sup rabbi…

    whas the decision on the louis ck show?

    cuz i’m going regardless.

    ima ask P, but i dont see me missing that show (so ya im prob going)

    just gotta make sure its in the budget, but i should be good

    i can do the presale n prob from work.

    im listenin to rolling stoned off the subscription service (im buying it off amazon when i get home) and it sounds LEGIT.

  19. mcb Says:

    i cant stay long

    new residence, new tasks, lots of work

    i took that test, idk how i did tho… ran outta time

    4.5 hour test. flew by. im hoping though.

    i wanna start this phd route

  20. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Did Bochman go yet?

    She’s a Palin 2.0 type kizzette. She popular only because she dumb. Easily manipulated.

  21. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    all these lil deuces don’t mean shit to me ben tellit.

    & fuck attention about something that ain true, & of which you STILL ain provide proof for.

    snitch…i ain fooled by ya tongue & turn the otha cheek tactics.

    maybe these otha niggas are…but not me ben tellit.

    fuckin pussy. smh

  22. mcb Says:

    all i know is, the mindset forthis week should be positive



  23. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Ok Kev.

    Do you family.

  24. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    yeah shoot me that rolling stoned when you get a chance rabbi.

    RTB this week shalomie…you ready?

  25. b Says:

    Lol @ Kev not taking the olive branch.Ben telln made me laugh tho.who Ts got locked up? He ain’t tellin

  26. kevfrescura de talco Says:


    like ima take cues from an internet whistle blower.

    go blow cock ben tellit.

  27. mcb Says:

    im about to be out, but be easy yall.

    ill hit you up kev, legit i aint missing that show.

    mannn im seeing Nas, lauryn, gza, rae+ghost, roc marci, random axe, KRIT, black moon, AND MORE…

    my boss aint happybut i need that time off… so im working extra now

    alright yall be safe

  28. gramMasta Says:

    bachmann is a fraud

    palin 1.8

    dat bitch is looney tunes

    dat bitch would fuk yo life up

    an still give u brain that nite

  29. b Says:

    Kev u coming across hella mad and aggy tho,is it that serious

  30. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    0 mins ago
    Lol @ Kev not taking the olive branch.Ben telln made me laugh tho.who Ts got locked up? He ain’t tellin

    ^ive only been locked up as a teen for doing dumb shit. Never snitched on anyone in my life.

    Although, that past record of diciest made it that much harder when I went to te board for my law program.

    I’m good though.

  31. why? Says:

    “At first thought, Madison Avenue and Brooklyn’s Marcy Houses couldn’t seem more disparate. One remains, despite a pilgrimage of trendy agencies to the mecca of downtown Manhattan, a bastion of corporate power and a haven for advertising masterminds while the other embodies a lot of what is wrong with New York City, from drug-pushing to the horrendous education system. The two locales do, however, have one powerful force in common: Jay-Z.
    Marcy-born Shawn Carter has become one of the greatest marketers of the decade and this is the primary reason why, whether you like the album or not, Watch the Throne has been the biggest branding success of the year. Jay-Z has handled the project as a brand since its inception, following several very important advertising and publicity principles along the way. First of all, well-executed collaboration has been an award-winning tactic for brands from H&M (x Lanvin, Versace, etc.) to Coca Cola (x Lagerfeld, Daft Punk etc.). The most obvious collaborator on the album is, of course, Kanye West. West’s seemingly unstoppable creative force is noticeable on all of the tracks, yet it was his commission of Givenchy wunderkind Riccardo Tisci to create the project’s heavily recognizable and borderline symbolic aesthetic that added the most initial brand value to their group record. Rich, sophisticated and instantly iconic, Tisci’s art direction not only introduced an eager base of hip-hop fans to the revival of a French couture house, but it also injected Jay and Ye’s album with a dose of upscale, genre-surpassing clout.
    Secondly, following the classic hip-hop principle of hype, the two social media savvy rappers amped up anticipation for Watch the Throne long before “H.A.M.” even dropped. Successfully exploiting the readership he had established on his blog through the release of a plethora of G.O.O.D Friday tracks, Kanye leaked a rough version of the Bon Iver and Elly Jackson-featuring dance-rap smash “That’s My Bitch” nearly directly after news of the collaborative project’s existence was first confirmed by the media. A sensible injection of mystery also increased an eagerness and affinity for the album’s brand, with a surprising lack of songs leaking on the Internet and no release date officially established until only a few weeks before the drop.
    Finally, the product has mass-market appeal. No, Watch the Throne is not My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, yet it remains decidedly deeper, both stylistically and in terms of lyrical content, than the radio hit-laden Blueprint 3. While Kanye often divides, radicalizing factions into camps of “love” or “hate,” Jay has always done an excellent job of expanding his genre by commercializing it and attracting new fans – and that’s exactly what he has done by tempering and leveraging Kanye’s wild creativity with his distinct skill for calm, collected coolness.
    With the trifecta of Tisci’s album artwork, Kanye’s ostentatious personal brand and flair for promotion and Jay-Z’s strategic positioning, Watch the Throne garnered a huge amount of what industry execs would refer to as “earned value.” Love it or hate it, nearly everyone was talking about the project long before anyone affiliated with it had even dropped a cent on advertising. Add to that the brilliant, short-lived SoHo storefront, the creation, and subsequent auctioning off for charity, of a supercharged Frankenstein Maybach for the “Otis” video and established brand power so strong that neither the artists’ names nor the actual album title needed to be featured in any of collaborator Tisci’s artwork, and you’ve got an incredibly successful advertising initiative. Through an implicit knowledge of how to collaborate creatively, build anticipation for a product and market it deftly, Mr. Carter and Mr. West brought street smarts to the boardroom, selling nearly half a million copies in one week and setting a record for most iTunes downloads ever thanks to another one of Jay’s innovations: separate digital and physical release dates.
    Until more advertising agencies, CMOs and brand promoters learn to hustle like Jay-Z, create like Kanye and collaborate like the two of them, it’s very clear to whom the throne belongs.”

  32. gramMasta Says:

    i got a crowd comin to the crib soon

    1200 technics

  33. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    is it that serious

    > has it been serious between us on here in your opinion?

  34. mcb Says:

    yeah im pumped for the shows, idk how much pregaming/tailgating im gonna do since roc marci is on hella early.. wish they allowed reentry

    well talk and figure that out. i got the tickets, ill bring em back tonightor tomorrow

  35. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    bachmann is a fraud

    palin 1.8

    dat bitch is looney tunes

    dat bitch would fuk yo life up

    an still give u brain that nite

    ^LMAO. 1.8 though? *dead*

    She does seems like she’ll fuck your life slowly though. Word go her husband lookin’ like, “is this pussy worth it?”

    She is a viable candidate whether we like it or not.

    And her being dumb and crazy is exactly why the GOP loves her.

    The people are just going off the hype and believing the ads.

  36. b Says:

    Ts I don’t know why u entertaining that fam,I asked that to prove a point ain’t nobody getting in trouble so wtf.and for the record snitches>>>>killers

  37. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Have a good BBQ Gram.

    I gotta watch this project at home.

  38. &What?! Says:

    Jay – Z >>>

  39. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Never snitched on anyone in my life.

    > smfh!

    troublesnitcher1900 says:

    ”no shots, but kev, you’re a drug dealer.”

    thas defined as dry snitching.

    stfu ben tellit

  40. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    like…why put ‘no shots’ before something like that?


    because the snitch nigga knew it was foul.

    FOH ben tellit.

    you been a panty switching pussy in the comments…snitch.

  41. mcb Says:

    aight peace

    be easy and know we seeing RTB this weekend

    life is good fam

  42. b Says:

    us on here in your opinion?

    Not at all Kev,speaking for myself.I even stopped because I didn’t like certain shit being said,Ts was the same dude saying chill when ur kids were mentioned

  43. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    The unemployment rate is 40% in Detroit for blacks?!?!


    You know damn well this shit ain’t fair.

  44. Troubleshooter1900 Says:


    Its all good bro. Just let Kev do him.

  45. JihaD Says:

    Doing Great >>>>>>>>

    Lifestyle Music >>>>>>>


  46. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    hey blandon…

    it goes with the territory…

    i ain bodied by niggas shots at my family cuz its not reality.

    there however are certain realities in here that are way less favorable tho.

    like smoking blunts with coke in it-land

    getting disrespected by your white boss-you

    & finally…dry snitching…

    are you of the opinion that sayin someone is a drug dealer in a public forum is not dry snitching…no matter what context caused it?

    if so…get further away from my comments & chill with the other pussy.

  47. TruthSerum Says:

    Quit promoting that quasi-homosexual Lifestyle music you bundle of twigs (Fag Swag) recorded on ya acer laptop, nigga! Yo, I’m on google right now clitsquad, what blogs n’ websites are supporting yall movement, becuz y’all pussys ain’t got no promo going on, g! I pray to Allah and Jehovah u ass puppets didn’t spend any of them unemployment checks on making that weed plate of an ep. U niggaz are certified losers in my book, buncha old ass Brandy “How can I be down” ass niggaz. Waiting on this 50 grand to clear in my checking account, nigga! I got real muthafuckin problems….like should I cop a 2012 Challenger or Charger… Or fuck it, maybe I rock w/ that Camaro for the new year. Love getting money, nigga. That shit is better than pussy, homie. While I chill n’ roll up this Purple Crane, Diablo OG, and Herajuana in my grape swisher, u lame niggaz need to preparing y’all selves for the big homie Obama’s speech tonight. Real talk, u niggaz ain’t touching no major paper like that, moved my Moms out the hood back in 07. Niggaz is still hugging the block… Get money and quit commenting, u Prag! Fuckin Mac Miller got mo’ soul then u niggaz, I’d rather listen to J. Coles boring ass discography than read the shouts outs on ya bunk ass ep. WonDough and Jihad are about the same when it comes to skill level as rappers… I mean Won spits sum real shit but his flow and cadence is way off while Phisod kicks imaginary tales of lavish living and assorted drug deals that never happened, but he has a little more understanding of riding a beat than Won……. Both u niggaz WACK as fuck, tho and need to focus on being productive members of society instead of sum chump ass rappin muthafuckas.


  48. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    the bitch nigga said i’s a drug dealer because he was getting pummeled in a debate about the wire with multiple screen names.

    thas respected in here? really?

    but now…the nigga gonna watch it totally according to him.

    i’m the one bugging?

    it used to be a time you couldn’t even type drug dealer in these boxes & have it seen.

    but i’m being extra about ben tellit.

    i ain ask jihad for bens government.

    snitch ass fuck boy was good enough for me at the time.

  49. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:


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