Emilio Rojas – The Bootleg Kev Cornerstone Freestyle

Bootleg Kev gets Emilio Rojas to freestyle over Big L’s ‘Ebonics’, Evidence’s ‘You’ and Pusha T’s ‘Trouble on My Mind’ for his Cornerstone mixtape.

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Previously: Emilio Rojas ft. Francisco – Take A Good Look Around


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10 Responses to “Emilio Rojas – The Bootleg Kev Cornerstone Freestyle”

  1. b Says:

    Somebody tell joe buddens that any artist with half a buzz will most definitely pass on a collabo with him as they rightfully should. that dont even sound right, 2 chainz featuring joe buddens. buddens still nice tho.

  2. Troyvul Says:

    The news that two U.S. senators are sponsoring a bill to make mislabeling a food product as “maple syrup” a federal offence rather than a misdemeanor is being applauded north of the 49th parallel.

    Lori Burtt, a small maple syrup producer in Peterborough County, Ont., cheered the news. “All it takes is one person in the industry to ruin it for everyone else,” she said in an interview with the Toronto Star.

    “I think as producers the integrity of the product is very important. You develop a relationship with the consumer and they expect you as a producer to make your product the very best and that does not include an adulterated product by any means.”

    Two U.S. Senators took it upon themselves to sponsor the Maple Agriculture Protection and Law Enforcement (MAPLE) Act after a U.S. Food and Drug Administration investigation revealed a Rhode Island man was packaging and selling a “maple syrup” that was actually nothing but the cheaper cane sugar syrup.

    Currently this is a misdemeanor in the U.S., but under the new act — if it becomes law — bottling fake syrup could carry a five-year prison sentence.

    Here in Ontario neither Burtt nor Ontario Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs inspector Paul Bailey had heard of any cases where fake syrup has been sold. Bailey said there have been allegations of such, but they didn’t prove to be true.

    Ontario has just introduced new regulations prohibiting the sale of adulterated or contaminated maple syrup products in July, 2011. The regulations reference a number of federal acts which also regulate labeling, packaging and safety, he said.

    The maximum penalty for misrepresenting something as maple syrup in Ontario is $25,000 for a first offence, $50,000 for a second or subsequent offence or up to two years in jail. How those penalties are applied is up to the discretion of the court, a provincial spokesman said.
    ^
    Smh Pathetic

    This is whats hot in the streets?

  3. Albert Findsdimes Says:

    Cheese >>

  4. Remixznflow Says:

    Albert Findsdimes Says:
    October 26th, 2011 at 3:49 pm

    Cheese >>

    ^
    White.

  5. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    *ross voice*

    I think I’m Natey Nate
    I think I’m Drizzy Darke
    I move dat maple SURP…
    STATE TO STATE

  6. plug Says:

    I’ll take ya wife

    give her back

    Nine months after that

    SIMALAC!

  7. cOLD Says:

    jamaican bun >>>

  8. Troyvul Says:

    jamaican bun >>>
    ^
    Sizzle

  9. ChainHeavy Says:

    I eat your girl up for breakfast
    Wont leave you no extras
    Say she fuck with me cuz a real nigga her preference
    Drinking like im from Texas
    And you know I stay flexing
    Plus if you didnt know I go by Tity Two Necklace.

  10. Troyvul Says:

    But still, let them girls in and tell em all to leave their cellphones on the table where we can see em

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