Video: Meyhem Lauren ft. Fi-Lo – Barbarian Blast Off

Meyhem and company leave the the ‘Lo at home for a day and come out Fila down to rep with Lo Life legend Fi-Lo on this cut that originally appeared on Meyhem’s Clarified Butter mixtape. Pops at the end stole it though.

Previously: J57 ft. Meyhem Lauren, Action Bronson, Maffew Ragazino & Rasheed Chappell – The Main Event

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10 Responses to “Video: Meyhem Lauren ft. Fi-Lo – Barbarian Blast Off”

  1. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Game on MMG could be a problem tho

  2. DJ Chase Says:

    In order for anyone to make any money off of Buck, they gotta pay 50.

    So what makes Buck think that fucking wtih 50s enemies is gonna get him out that deal faster?

    Them niggas damn sure don’t wanna give 50 any cheddar. Buck aint a smart person at all.

  3. harlem world Says:

    cosign rip young buck

    was the nicest in g unit at 1 point imo

    but its a wrizzy wrap for him

    fif put un sanctions on his career

    was sad to hear how the irs did him….but snorted all his money away

  4. harlem world Says:

    So what makes Buck think that fucking wtih 50s enemies is gonna get him out that deal faster?

    he’s most likely desperate

    ross is just giving him false hope

    politics as usual

  5. harlem world Says:

    iMalice from the Clipse cites depression as one of the main factors that led him to become a man of God.

    “Even before the record deal, I used to say, ‘I just want a big house and a car and, I’ll be fine,’” Malice said to the Christian TV network CBN. “And, I really thought that’s really what I wanted, but then, once I became successful in the entertainment industry, I found that I always wanted more and more. After a while I started to notice that I was in a state of depression. I would feel low.”

    Despite being a believer, the Virginia rapper, who first burst onto the rap scene in 2002 with the album Lord Willin’ alongside his younger brother Pusha T, revealed that he was not paying attention to God throughout his career and knew was doing things he felt he should have kept away from, such as drinking and marijuana. That sparked confusion.

    “I can remember one day I was like, ‘I want to be happy. I want to be like everybody else,” Malice further explained. “I want to be laughing and joking and feel fine without worrying about this being wrong or that being wrong.’ I just wanted to live, and I had made up my mind at that point in time that I’m just going to live and be like everybody else. And, it was that moment and with God’s accuracy told me, ‘Oh no, you’re not.’”

    Still, Malice, born Gene Thornton, Jr., continues working on music, even though it will not be the same as before.

    “I’m definitely still doing music…it’s a different kind of music of course, needless to say,” he said. “It’s still going to be good. It’s still going to be motivational. It’s still going to be very inspiring, and I just can’t wait to share it.”

  6. Hoskins Says:

    Buck stays losing tho

  7. harlem world Says:

    could always tell malice was a tortured soul through his music

    sounded like he was just doing it out of habit…not cus it made him money/feel good

  8. Hoskins Says:

    RIP The Clipse

    I stand by the fact the worst of the Clipse >>> the best of solo Push Ton Key

  9. Troyvul Says:

    but snorted all his money away

  10. DJ Chase Says:

    I swear if Malice drops a gospel rap album, I’m throwing all of my clipse albums in the garbage

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