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Video: Tech N9ne ft. B.o.B. & Hopsin – Am I A Psycho

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164 Responses to “Video: Tech N9ne ft. B.o.B. & Hopsin – Am I A Psycho”

  1. Harlem World Says:

    Was watching old Jigga videos, Excuse Me Miss/Change Clothes/Roc Boys.

    The Roc had Peedi, Chris, Beans in suits and ties looking all distinguished.

    Real classy videos.

  2. koa29 Says:

    Hopsin aint bad tho.

  3. cOLD Says:

    on Change Clothes Hov’s flow was extraordinary

  4. cOLD Says:

    those videos were Jay comin’ into his own, swag still was on a billy the bars were much more responsible

  5. Harlem World Says:

    US authorities say former Liberian leader Charles Taylor worked for its intelligence agencies, including the CIA, the Boston Globe reports.

    ================
    SMH

    Grand Chessboard swag.

  6. Tron Stockton Says:

    Patriots over Baltimore in a massacre.

    49ers over NYG in a close game.

    It was written.

  7. Harlem World Says:

    cOLD Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 9:32 am
    on Change Clothes Hov’s flow was extraordinary

    those videos were Jay comin’ into his own, swag still was on a billy the bars were much more responsible
    ==========================
    Cosignature.

    I wonder what the game would be like if he really did retire after The Black Album.

    SMH at no video being made for Allure tho.

  8. cOLD Says:

    try to keep it peace like a buddhist…

  9. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Thats my bitch>>>>>x10

    Love that beat

  10. cOLD Says:

    Jay and Pharrel make good music… classy like you said Harlem

    “throw on a suit get it tailored up”

  11. Harlem World Says:

    Atlanta Jewish Newspaper Advocates Mossad Assassinating Obama If Iran Gets Nukes

    ==========
    Too far.

  12. cOLD Says:

    re: the broad in the excuse me miss video

    I’da had visions of wifing that too.

  13. cOLD Says:

    fuck politics and sports right now… I’s stanning.

  14. Harlem World Says:

    cOLD Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 9:48 am
    Jay and Pharrel make good music… classy like you said Harlem

    “throw on a suit get it tailored up”

    ===============================
    Should have made Best of Both Worlds with Pharrell instead of wasting time with Kellz.

    Opinion.

  15. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Thats my bitch>>>>>

    > word. played that in the wheels with a breeze & had the co-diddy bop on a hunit.

  16. Harlem World Says:

    Fuck All Nite >>>>>

    Had that Late 70’s/Early 80’s bounce to it. I’m talking Slave, Shalamar swag.

    Could easily have been a single if it was clean.

    They zoned.

  17. cOLD Says:

    nigga shawn corey carter has this cool about him only few niggas possess… The type that was well aware of his surroundings and human psychology which allowed him to shape and mold a character enabled with a stunting mechanism that could be subtle or blunt, depending on its need.

    many of these niggas reach their height as ghetto legends but can’t break beyond that title because they refuse to be braggarts and in turn shit on the people who anointed them . Jay is a different breed tho…

  18. cOLD Says:

    what was the jigga song, in the video, he drove his earth blindfolded to a new crib… The nigga from the wire Weebay played that role?

  19. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    excuse me miss: for the classy lady

    excuse me miss (again): for the hood breeze

  20. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Fuck All Nite >>>>>

    > that shit was smoove. the reason why it ain get much run is because BP2 as a statement album, having 2 disc, overshadowed a lot of the gems such as that.

  21. Harlem World Says:

    cOLD Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 9:50 am
    fuck politics and sports right now… I’s stanning.

    re: the broad in the excuse me miss video

    I’da had visions of wifing that too.

    =============================
    No problem.

    Cosign, she had effortless sex appeal.

    Puss probably smells like Chanel No 5.

  22. Harlem World Says:

    cOLD Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 10:04 am
    what was the jigga song, in the video, he drove his earth blindfolded to a new crib… The nigga from the wire Weebay played that role?

    ================
    Anything.

  23. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Fuck All Nite >>>>>

    > that shit was smoove. the reason why it ain get much run is because BP2 as a statement album, having 2 disc, overshadowed a lot of the gems such as that.

    ^Spot on!

  24. Harlem World Says:

    hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 9:59 am
    Thats my bitch>>>>>

    > word. played that in the wheels with a breeze & had the co-diddy bop on a hunit.

    ========================
    That track always stood out to me too.

    Like the beat is constantly building up or something.

    Nice hook too.

  25. S.I.C.K Says:

    *sighs*STFU NIGGAS

  26. cOLD Says:

    Anything.

    ^ ahh yes that’s the joint, video had me all in my emotions.

  27. Eric Mangini Says:

    Bria Myles Workout Part 1 – youtu.be/zo4xk0FVkUE

    Bria Myles Workout Part 3 – youtu.be/rQ38wiL9fZ4

    Niggaz waking up with Jayz on the mind?..on a Sunday nevertheless

    Wake n Jay?

  28. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    NITGMCOAT

  29. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Jay’s One Mic video was hella estatic. Especially that Asain chick that wad laying on the bed with her eyes closed, rapping the lyrics… Damn that bish was bad.

  30. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Diddy had a father around.

    Fif moms WAS he’s father. (dyke)

  31. Harlem World Says:

    The type that was well aware of his surroundings and human psychology which allowed him to shape and mold a character enabled with a stunting mechanism that could be subtle or blunt, depending on its need.

    ===============================
    I always respected the fact that he never saw his pops not being around as an obstacle. Same for Fif and Diddy too.

    Coincidence?

  32. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    lets have breakfast baby…

    have lunch, have dinner, back to breakfast

    maybe…

  33. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    She call me her emergency dick in a glass

  34. Harlem World Says:

    LF: Original version of Special Delivery has the G.O.A.T Diddy adlibs.

    I respected the fuckery on that one.

    Was obsessed with that track when it 1st dropped. Had to be those catchy bleeps and ill bounce.

  35. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Nice hook too.

    >yep.

    you gotta have a breeze with you, drunk, bending corners singing that shit at the top of her lungs to conform to the title of the track.

    it’s fun.

  36. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    i play WTT at least twice a week jus tryna relive the concert tho.

    but yo…i played cashmere thoughts & felt like i was in the ill time capsule that got star trek’d beamed to the days of rockports & iceberg sweaters with a mean stressed leather shearling heavy on the shoulders underage on a club night.

    that shit is that tough.

  37. Harlem World Says:

    Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    January 22nd, 2012 at 10:27 am
    Diddy had a father around.

    Fif moms WAS he’s father. (dyke)

    ========================
    True, but Diddy lost his at a young age.

    Fif even lost both his parents as a kid.

    That kind of shit will either make or break a man.

  38. Harlem World Says:

    i played cashmere thoughts & felt like i was in the ill time capsule that got star trek’d beamed to the days of rockports & iceberg sweaters with a mean stressed leather shearling heavy on the shoulders underage on a club night.

    that shit is that tough.

    ===============
    So smooth(ll).

    “I never cry, if I did I’d cry ice”

    Whoa!

    I always play the intro a few times before I play the song. That guitar loop is addictive.

    RD is his moodiest/darkest album on the low, imo.

  39. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Fif even lost both his parents as a kid.

    That kind of shit will either make or break a man.

    > yep. see tariq of the roots. both his parents got murkt out when he was young.

    now he’s a well respected low profile multi millionaire.

  40. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    RD is his moodiest/darkest album on the low, imo.

    ^his best work by far!
    Poliics as usual>>>>>>>

    The proper etiqutte when I drop the subject verb and the predicate, wit this rich nigga rhetoric

  41. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    As sure as this, earth is turning, souls burning, in search of higher learning, spinning in every direction. Seeking direction. My mom is tired because her insides are dying. Her son: trying her patience. Keep her heart racing.

    Regrets >>>>>>

    I caught chills the first time I heard that.

  42. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    “but my hustle is going to well to hit em.
    You were right, niggas want you to be miserable with them.”

  43. cOLD Says:

    roffle all this hov stanning stopped the moment Nas’ street dreams came on…

  44. cOLD Says:

    …but not to be obliged by the mirage of cars.. – Esco

  45. Harlem World Says:

    They did a Rocafella tribute to RD for its anniversary.

    Freeway did Politics As Usual.
    Nicole Wray sang over Regrets.

    Can’t remember the others, but it never got released.

  46. cOLD Says:

    perhaps it was somebody I smacked drunk at a party off yac.

  47. cOLD Says:

    feel it in the air was the last “good song” sigel made

    FACT

  48. Harlem World Says:

    @ cOLD

    I been tryna tell anyone who will listen that The Firm album was ahead of it’s time!

    Got so unfairly shit on by critics.

    The guests killed all their features too. I’m Leaving >>>____

    AZ and Nas are literally having a conversation with each other on Phone Tap, think about that for a second.

    Nature made that ill concept of stallin the FEDS at the door, while he was flushing coca.

    Ahead of its time, classic imo.

  49. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    I Can Feel It In The Air >>>>>>

    Sigel was rapping with a holy spirit on that jawn.

  50. Charles Oakley Says:

    after review, hov >> nas

  51. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    The proper etiqutte when I drop the subject verb and the predicate, wit this rich nigga rhetoric

    > thas from cashmere thoughts dubbs in case you thought it was politics as usual.

  52. Charles Oakley Says:

    nas Escobar > iceberg slim > nasty nas

    He needed to stay in that mafioso lane

  53. cOLD Says:

    I’m still circling the block before Im parking not bitching Im just still cautious

    smh, yall don’t hear him tho.

    yall clean cut school boys can’t relate.

    only thing yall felt in the air was that failing grade Professor was bout to give you.

  54. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    after review, hov >> nas

    > yeah, true.

  55. Harlem World Says:

    “Pop died, didn’t cry, didn’t know him that well
    Between him doing heroin and me doing crack sales”

    Talk about a way to start a song.

  56. cOLD Says:

    @ cOLD

    I been tryna tell anyone who will listen that The Firm album was ahead of it’s time!

    ^ I was just saying the other day, that it was a lyrically masterpiece…. Concept album before it was coined.

  57. cOLD Says:

    after review, hov >> nas

    > yeah, true.

    ^ chill gawd, two diff type niggas.. one more spiritually inclined than the other.. which gives off a depth incomprehensible by most. The other a stunt posterchild… flashy nigga braggin on a song.

  58. cOLD Says:

    4 words

    TAKE.IT.IN.BLOOD.

  59. Harlem World Says:

    @ Oakley

    I prefer NaS Escobar to Nas too.

    “Silk shirts on my chest show what a flirt
    Halle Berry blew a kiss at the Barbara Streisand concert”

  60. cOLD Says:

    I never brag how real I keep it, cause its the best secret

    4 mins of quotables

  61. cOLD Says:

    “Silk shirts on my chest show what a flirt
    Halle Berry blew a kiss at the Barbara Streisand concert”

    ^ yo the video for this song… hype was on one.

    but why Nas say on take it in blood – “coke suppliers acking bias, cause rumors say that niggas wear wires and we liars”.

    ^ stop playing Nas.

  62. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    The other a stunt posterchild… flashy nigga braggin on a song.

    > nas does this too. stop it. in the same vein…hov has depth incomprehensible to most as well cuz lets not act like before he brought mainstream across the road to the hood all his listeners could relate to the hustlers underworld.

    he’s better than nas because he’s made smarter sacrifices artistically/musically.

    period.

  63. cOLD Says:

    ive never seen more niggardry and schunting in one video.

  64. cOLD Says:

    Hype had the panoramic camera on smash showing niggas and bitches in all their splendor ..

  65. charles oakley Says:

    IWW & The Firm >>>

    Nas was in a zone and Trackmasters had the perfect soundscape for “Esco”

  66. cOLD Says:

    smarter sacrifices artistically/musically.

    ^ oh you mean like a one mic, or rewind?

  67. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Just came to the realization that Kingdom Come is criminally underrated.

    Sure, there are some less then stellar moments, but Hov is spittin on there. Grown Man Shit.

    KC is prolly his most underrated album next to Vol. 3.

  68. cOLD Says:

    pull the black cadilllac trucks up, hop out them shits like wha’
    yall niggas can’t touch us

  69. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    he’s better than nas because he’s made smarter sacrifices artistically/musically.
    ^^^

    ???

    Yo Kev, stick to beefing wit niggas online man.

    Leave the music criticisms to those who know what the fuck their talking about.

  70. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    I been tryna tell anyone who will listen that The Firm album was ahead of it’s time!

    Got so unfairly shit on by critics
    ^^^

    Define unfairly.

    A large part of The Firm album was shit.

    >>>> Firm All-Starts

  71. Eric Mangini Says:

    “The ill shit is after all is said and done, after all I’ve done and said, history probably won’t remember me cause I wasn’t a nigger”

  72. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Leave the music criticisms to those who know what the fuck their talking about.

    > who would that be?

    a nigga who gets dropped from a popular blog write up job & is lazy about his own blog & co signs asap rocky as next in NY?

    lmao!

    if nas made smarter musical sacrifices than hov he’d be better off.

    big pimpin still pops in the club.

    you owe me don’t get spun at all.

  73. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Yo Kev, stick to beefing wit niggas online man

    > this is also funny.

    as what niggas call beef isn’t beef at all.

    i hurt niggas feelings online.

  74. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    a nigga who gets dropped from a popular blog write up job
    ^^^

    Do tell. Cause I’ve never been dropped, on or offline.

    “if nas made smarter musical sacrifices than hov he’d be better off.”

    Smarter must = commercial.

    Cause there aren’t alot of mainstream MC’s that are as creative or as willing to take risks as Escobar.

    Jay played it safe the majority of his career.

  75. Harlem World Says:

    Define unfairly.

    A large part of The Firm album was shit.

    >>>> Firm All-Starts

    ========================
    The way they were flowing and rhyming sounded top notch to me.

    Some critics slated it because it didn’t flow in order. But Casino did not start in order, neither do Tarantino flicks!

    A track like Untouchable or I’m Leaving is a short story within a bigger picture, like you’d have in Sin City/Pulp Fiction etc. At least thats what I got from it.

    I give Rick Ross credit for studying this album.

  76. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Best Of Both Worlds = Safe

    Distant Relatives = Risk

    BP2 = Safe

    Streets Disciple = Risk

  77. Tron Stockton Says:

    The prelude >

    The problem with KC is that it peaked at track 1.

  78. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Jay played it safe the majority of his career

    > o_O

    as opposed to playing it dangerous? that seems smart to me.

    Cause there aren’t alot of mainstream MC’s that are as creative or as willing to take risks as Escobar.

    creativity is one thing. both nas & hov create on their own merits.

    if we’re talking about risk…hovs is calculated more successfully than nas.

    this isn’t even debatable.

  79. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    A track like Untouchable or I’m Leaving is a short story within a bigger picture, like you’d have in Sin City/Pulp Fiction etc. At least thats what I got from it.
    _______________________
    It just seemed like an in cohesive mishmash of tracks by Trackmasters artists. Why the fuck was Cannibis on the album. Not saying he didn’t body his verse but how did he fit into the whole Firm storyline?

    There coulda been way more effort to make the pieces fit and way less appearances by weed carriers & B-teamers.

    And more Dre. Definitely coulda used more Dr. Dre.

  80. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    if we’re talking about risk…hovs is calculated more successfully than nas.
    ^^^

    What risk?

    Dude takes the safest risks ever.

    When has he ever really made a risk creatively?

    Superugly?

    C’mon b.

  81. Jackson7 Says:

    Cosign Kingdome Come BEEN underrated..

    “I Made It” >>>>>

  82. cOLD Says:

    Smarter must = commercial.

    Cause there aren’t alot of mainstream MC’s that are as creative or as willing to take risks as Escobar.

    ^ thats the one (c) Ashmi
    ———————————–

    as opposed to playing it dangerous? that seems smart to me.

    ^ smh, hip hop is living on the edge, by its very essence…the only rule in hip hop is that theres no rules.

    ” I drove by the fork in the road and went straight”

    how do you forge new ground if you’re afraid to take chances…

    manifest destiny b.

  83. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    I give Rick Ross credit for studying this album.

    ^Word.
    ^^^

    He was prolly more inspired by It Was Written. The Firm album isn’t a good album.

    5 Minutes To Flush?

    Are you fucking kidding me?

  84. hl Says:

    I give Rick Ross credit for studying this album.

    ^Word.

  85. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    It’s getting cloudy

    *cues beanie Siegel*

    I can feel it in the air

  86. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Dude takes the safest risks ever.

    >u mad?

  87. &What?! Says:

    Manchester running the PL, smh.

  88. cOLD Says:

    staaaaay schemin’, niggas wanna get at me…

  89. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    smh, hip hop is living on the edge, by its very essence… the only rule in hip hop is that theres no rules

    > hip hop as a culture…yes.

    hip hop as a business model…no.

    ”at the end of the day white men run this shit. we jus run around it.”©yasiin bey

  90. cOLD Says:

    safest risks

    oxy?

  91. hl Says:

    5 Minutes To Flush?

    ^Crack. Way ahead of it’s time. 80’s loops >>>

  92. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    5 Minutes To Flush?

    ^Crack. Way ahead of it’s time. 80′s loops >>>
    ^^^^

    That’s all it was, a flagrant beat loop and an half assed story rap.

  93. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    ” I drove by the fork in the road and went straight”

    how do you forge new ground if you’re afraid to take chances…
    ^^^

    Troof

  94. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    The Foxy solo joint never gets talked about, but I could actually see that being a solo Foxy joint on one of her albums. Can’t say that the rest of these songs could have appeared anywhere but this Firm album.

  95. cOLD Says:

    > hip hop as a culture…yes.

    hip hop as a business model…no.

    ^ that’s fair… so it should be also fair to assume, one may not want to pander to that business model and stifle his creativeness. Does that make him any less successful… some would argue otherwise in fact it makes up more successful as a person for standing by his core belief and staying true to the “culture”.

  96. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    I swam water wit the great whites
    Y’all muthafuckers woulda been food…

  97. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    so it should be also fair to assume, one may not want to pander to that business model and stifle his creativeness. Does that make him any less successful…

    > in the debate of if hov > nas…

    yes. it does.

  98. hl Says:

    Amp and NovemberEnd been fighting me on the Firm album since forever. lol

  99. charles lee ray Says:

    he’s better than nas because he’s made smarter sacrifices artistically/musically

    >says the liar with the extra 21 chromosome .cuz a nigga wear a kufi it don’t mean that he bright.(c)jj evans

  100. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    & nas panders to the business model.

    cut that lofty anti hero shit niggas associate with him out.

    it’s okay to let it go.

  101. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Ft.That hoe ass nigga

  102. cOLD Says:

    kev you judging a man by his wealth?

    we’ve been down this road before on Nah… a few times.

    ill save us the debate and just say…

    .okay.

  103. cOLD Says:

    So Jay took more creative risks, because he took less creative risks?

    ^ so Im not the only one who sees the absurdity of it all.

  104. hl Says:

    He was prolly more inspired by It Was Written. The Firm album isn’t a good album.

    ^Sonically and lyrically I think Deeper Than Rap is closer to The Firm. IWW had way too much depth to compare to any of Ross’ albums imo.

  105. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Sonically and lyrically I think Deeper Than Rap is closer to The Firm. IWW had way too much depth to compare to any of Ross’ albums imo.
    ^^^

    DTR is cinematic in a way the Firm album wished it was.

    I think IWW captures that quality way more then the Firm. The Firm album was almost a parody of all the mafioso rap of the day.

  106. hl Says:

    So Jay took more creative risks, because he took less creative risks?

    …….

  107. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    IWW was cohesive. Scenes fit, interludes & skits actually helped flesh out the story that was being told.

    The Firm was a mafia movie directed by Michael Bay

  108. Tron Stockton Says:

    Jay v Nas pt 1044858201 ?

    Peace.

  109. cOLD Says:

    & nas panders to the business model.

    cut that lofty anti hero shit niggas associate with him out.

    it’s okay to let it go.

    ^ he toes the line as good as any of the greats, with an emphasis on staying true. We all know there’s a direct conflict between artistic and business obligations… but you can lean one way or the other… Nas chooses to lean more to the culture is all.

  110. charles lee ray Says:

    *
    True, but Diddy lost his at a young age.
    Fif even lost both his parents as a kid.
    That kind of shit will either make or break a man.

    >been there done that.I be feeling for those adult who lose their parents,imo it has to be worse losing someone you have established that life long bond with. Shit wasn’t no cake walk tho.

  111. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    kev you judging a man by his wealth?

    > it’s not jus that. it’s the stratagem behind it. the processes of thought that earns you that wealth. the decisions made that catapulted one to their perspective ranks or status.

    & i ain said shit about creative risk.

    i only said risk, period.

  112. Harlem World Says:

    @Amp

    It has a little more realism than most Mafia raps imo.

    Most of the classic mafia raps have little mention of law enforcement.

    But The Firm are always trying to evade capture. Even the Firm Biz video has them getting chased by police just to reinforce that. You’re waiting to hear if they get caught or even killed. Thats the real plot, (check the track titles) how long can they stunt until they get caught. I think that went over peoples heads. The media wanted a moody album like Reasonable Doubt or Cuban Linx, but the Firm album is extra flashy with a serious undertone.

    “smoothness mixed with malice ” – AZ

    Whenever one of them says something vile or deviant, they have to try out do each other. That’s why I think the chemistry was on point on that album. And the features do great cameos in this movie.

  113. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Nas chooses to lean more to the culture is all.

    > thas cool. hov leans to/on the culture & pushes it further than him is all.

  114. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Jay gets props cause he managed to produce high quality music at a fast rate.

    I wouldn’t necessarily call his shit art, which is why Jay goes to great lengths to show his “artistry”, especially at this stage of his career.

  115. hl Says:

    The Firm album was almost a parody of all the mafioso rap of the day.

    ^See, this is kind of how I view DTR though.

  116. hl Says:

    IWW was cohesive. Scenes fit, interludes & skits actually helped flesh out the story that was being told.

    The Firm was a mafia movie directed by Michael Bay

    ^Can’t argue with this.

  117. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    You Canada dry

  118. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    The media wanted a moody album like Reasonable Doubt or Cuban Linx, but the Firm album is extra flashy with a serious undertone
    ===============================================
    All I wanted was a through line I could follow. The whole Firm concept was loose at best. And then they shoehorned joints like “Firm All-Stars” & “Hardcore” on there so they’d have some club worthy singles.

    The album itself never seems sure of what it wants to be. Hardcore Mafia Raps or a collection of club bangers?

    It fails because by trying to be everything, it ends up being mediocre.

    Fuck is Cannibis doing on here besides the fact he was hot at the time?

  119. Harlem World Says:

    The film is known for its rich, eclectic dialogue, ironic mix of humor and violence, nonlinear storyline, and host of cinematic allusions and pop culture references.

    Directed in a highly stylized manner, Pulp Fiction joins the intersecting storylines of Los Angeles mobsters, fringe players, small-time criminals, and a mysterious briefcase. Considerable screen time is devoted to conversations and monologues that reveal the characters’ senses of humor and perspectives on life.
    =============================

    Could easily say the same for The Firm album no?

    Replace the mysterious briefcase with whether they’ll get caught or not.

    And Los Angeles with the Tri State area.

  120. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    The Firm album was almost a parody of all the mafioso rap of the day.

    ^See, this is kind of how I view DTR though.
    ^^^^^

    It’s Mafia rap on steroids but the fact it’s so over the top in it’s excess (especially considering we all know who Rick Ross is) makes it that much more entertaining.

  121. charles lee ray Says:

    Of

  122. Harlem World Says:

    Nas & AZ as Vince & Jules.

    Foxy as Mia.

    Nature as The Wolf.

  123. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Fuck was a Nore driven song doing on The Firm album?

  124. Jackson7 Says:

    Jayz > Nas

    case BEEEEEEEEN closed

    smh270

  125. Jackson7 Says:

    Ft.That hoe ass nigga

    —————-

    this was Lonnie’s best shot..

    cause its true

  126. Harlem World Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 12:55 pm
    Fuck was a Nore driven song doing on The Firm album?

    ====================
    He’s a small time player in this movie.

    People keep trying to kill him for all the sheisty shit he’s been involved in, so he wants out. Willing to abandon his woman to escape.

    Nature also starts questioning the loyalty of The Firm.

    Story within a story.

  127. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    How did “Throw Your Gunz” feat. AZ & Half-A-Mil END THE ALBUM?

    The sequencing on The Firm <<<<<<

  128. hl Says:

    The Firm are always trying to evade capture. Even the Firm Biz video has them getting chased by police just to reinforce that. You’re waiting to hear if they get caught or even killed. Thats the real plot, (check the track titles) how long can they stunt until they get caught. I think that went over peoples heads. The media wanted a moody album like Reasonable Doubt or Cuban Linx, but the Firm album is extra flashy with a serious undertone.

    ^Never looked at it that way. True though.

  129. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    I’d love to hear The Firm album…as written by HW.

    Cause all that shit you’re writing woulda made for a way better album then what we wound up with.

  130. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Ft.That hoe ass nigga

    —————-

    this was Lonnie’s best shot..

    cause its true

    ^the art work was actually the best Thing about that diss…

    Sn: damn I may have to revisit that Firm album Hw got it sounding like a movie k sure never got thatuch out of it.

    I though doe or die was a decent movie
    Reasonable doubt n American gangster too

  131. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    But this is just what I see when I hear the album.

    I hear a well scripted mob flick.
    ^^^

    Nah, your imagination is just filling the holes in that LP’s weak ass narrative.

    Explain “Untouchable”. Cause I never understood the reasoning behind giving Nas’ weed carrier an entire track.

  132. Harlem World Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 1:06 pm
    I’d love to hear The Firm album…as written by HW.

    Cause all that shit you’re writing woulda made for a way better album then what we wound up with.
    ===================
    But this is just what I see when I hear the album.

    I hear a well scripted mob flick.

  133. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Ft.That hoe ass nigga

    —————-

    this was Lonnie’s best shot..

    cause its true
    ^^^
    Never bothered to listen to Lonnie’s response.

    Dude’s a corn for all the shit he’s doing. I used to respect Com, but he’s acting like a broad, dissing the dude on wax but saying you like his music, etc. in interviews.

    Shit’s mad contradictory…but that’s who Common is.

  134. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    LMAO this lil nicca Stalley rappin bout money and jewels on that new Rozay mixtape.

    Shit sounds forced as fuck.

    It’s like them emo niccas Slug and Ant rappin bout bitches and jewels…shit’s hilarious.

    I think Rozay had a sit-down with the lil nicca like “You with MMG now. You wanna get dropped and shat on like Pill? No? K. I need you to stop rapping about your little ass town in Ohio or whatever that nobody heard of and start to rap about the following topics:

    1 – Bitches
    2 – Sluts
    3 – Weed
    4 – Money
    5 – Muellery
    6 – Being ignorant

    K? Thanks Stalley.”

  135. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    We knew Stalley was gonna write about shit like that at some point.

    And it doesn’t sound as forced as you make it seem.

    Party Heart >>>>

  136. Harlem World Says:

    @ Amp

    Untouchable is one of my favorite tracks on the album, wish it was longer.

    If you peep the lyrics, you’ll see that the track is a fantasy of Wizard’s. That’s why everything in his verse is extra exaggerated.

    He has visions of being in meetings with The Firm, which is why Nas has that intro. In reality, he’s still in QB.

    “images of mad loot and beating sentences”

    “how does it feel to count a mil?”

    It’s a dream of his. He thinks he’s Untouchable.

  137. Jackson7 Says:

    if lonnie was so sincere about protecting the best interests of hiphop, all that shit he said to aubrey, he should be saying to his homie kanye…

    he mad at drake about something else, and now he’s doing like carmelo… sucker punchining and backpedalling

  138. Harlem World Says:

    hl Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 1:34 pm
    Party Heart >>>>

    ^Word.

    ============
    Co-word.

  139. Das racist Says:

    Shit’s mad contradictory…but that’s who Common is.
    ^^^^^^

    Word to that nigga Tupac

  140. cashmere cavalli aka snowbunny sampson Says:

    Mafioso rap >>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Word to Chef and Ross keeping it alive

  141. hl Says:

    Party Heart >>>>

    ^Word.

  142. Jackson7 Says:

    Common Sense on his first album when he had the Das Efx flow >>>>

    “take It Easy” >>>>

    “breaker 1-9” >>>>

  143. Jackson7 Says:

    when common first came out niggas thought he was just another LONS/DasEfx wannabe..

    from chicago tho

  144. Harlem World Says:

    @007

    If you love mob flicks or crime thrillers you’ll love that album.

  145. hl Says:

    Cosign HW writing Born To Use Mics pt 2 (Firm Edition).

  146. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    Best song is MMG The World is Ours…everybody came off except Stalley because I can’t fuck with no big beard skater shorts nicca tryina swag out talmbout jewels and weed. But P and Meek Milly merked their verses so hard that I can just stop the song after Meek’s verse and pretend the song finishes. That joint shoulda had a video and been a single.

  147. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Drake lost>>>>>>

    Common lost>>>>>

    There was no winner

    Charmin tissue beef

    Lmg v Zmg >>>>>>> Lonnie n Aubrey

  148. hl Says:

    Com is kind of reaching, but if Drake doesn’t follow up with an official response I can’t respect it. He took the bait so now he needs to follow through.

  149. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    Com been nice since Slick Rick first chain. Don’t fucking front. No Canadian really want it with a real nicca who got joints with everyone and been had a brand for a decade and a half. Fuck outta here. Drizzy is gassed the fuck up and needs to end this senseless fuckotry because if you thought Prodigy on the Summer Jam screen with ballet shoes merked his career then just wait…Drizzy got so many embarrassing ass pics it’s not even fair…Com could do a slideshow of this show-tunes ass Degrassi nicca. I love Drake’s music but the nicca is mad vulnerable. He put Nike gloves on and waved a gun and now he think he hard. Nicca you softer than a Oreo Cakester, STFU and go make a song with Weeknd, you don’t want it with Com for real.

  150. &What?! Says:

    Cam’Ron – Losing Weight, Pt. 2 >>>

    KILLA!

    One of the GOATs.

  151. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    HW’s Firm standom>>>>

  152. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    Com is from the wil’ Hunnits, the nicca lucky to be alive. Black men in Com’s agre group in the Hunnits is like leprechauns…nobody seen em. Drake is from Forest Hill, Toronto. That’s like a rapper coming from Greenwich, Connecticut, son. Drizzy got videos on youtube as a teenager lashing out at his moms for getting him a lox bagel instead of plain cream cheese. Nation sent em to me, the shits it out there. So if Drizzy really want to go to battle he better start scrubbing the internet of all this embarassing ass shit or Com finna upload Drake’s Bar Mitzvah video and merk the whole Cash Money, have Baby talmbout “I mean we have a business deal with Drizzy but you know he was never part of Cash Money…”

  153. &What?! Says:

    Best song is MMG The World is Ours…everybody came off except Stalley because I can’t fuck with no big beard skater shorts nicca tryina swag out talmbout jewels and weed. But P and Meek Milly merked their verses so hard that I can just stop the song after Meek’s verse and pretend the song finishes. That joint shoulda had a video and been a single.

    ^

    Agreed, although I like Stalley’s verse.

    The beat is impeccable though and P murked the whole song.

  154. hl Says:

    Pharrell sounded like Silk The Shocker. His verse was terrible.

  155. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Drizzy is gassed the fuck up and needs to end this senseless fuckotry because if you thought Prodigy on the Summer Jam screen with ballet shoes merked his career then just wait…Drizzy got so many embarrassing ass pics it’s not even fair…Com could do a slideshow of this show-tunes ass Degrassi nicca.
    ^^^

    But that’d be tantamount to calling Rick Ross a C.O..

    This is common knowledge. You don’t get stripes for calling attention to the obvious.

    Caught an episode of Girlfriends with Common on it yesterday.

    Dude was dressed like Homey The Clown, dead ass. Bright ass crocheted applejack hat to match too.

    Common has just as many embarrassing looks/contradictory moments as Aubrey. He’s an ill rapper but I ain’t co-signing this “beef”

    “Nowadays, niggas reach just to sell their record”

  156. &What?! Says:

    Meek Mill – Gasoline >

    Beat is fiyah

  157. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Been doing research on Aztek Escobar for a post I was thinking of writing.

    He’s the 1st Rick Ross.

  158. Harlem World Says:

    hl Says:
    January 22nd, 2012 at 1:40 pm
    Cosign HW writing Born To Use Mics pt 2 (Firm Edition).

    ============
    Ha!

    Firm Album tho >>>>>>>

  159. jderrida Says:

    and now he’s doing like carmelo…

    ^^^

    No longer a Knicks fan?

    Jumping on the Rubio bandwagon?

  160. jderrida Says:

    People no longer understand how to be entertained. For whatever reason spectators now question the methodology or rationality of fuckery instead of enjoying it.

    How many comments on nah, or any hip-hop website, begged for a beef between to popular lyricist?

    Now Common’s firing on Drake and niggas are not satisfied. The fuck do you care about a niggas’ ethos?

    Consider the amount of money Common probably made being the “Nice” rapper in hip-hop and then understand beef is meant to be enjoyed not questioned…

  161. Eric Mangini Says:

    FAMS VS JOHN LUIS!!!(DRUGGA TV)

    youtu.be/zAA48OTMSiA

  162. jderrida Says:

    Drizzy got videos on youtube as a teenager lashing out at his moms for getting him a lox bagel instead of plain cream cheese.

    ^^^

    *Dead*

  163. Eric Mangini Says:

    Yo why did you try to bite my man’s finger off?

    I was dusted that day

    This nigga took everything out his pockets..lmaooo

    youtubes>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    the internets >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  164. &What?! Says:

    Waka Flocka Flame >>>>

    ‘Fuck 5-0, I make my own rules
    Suck my dragonballs bitch, call me Goku
    Yeaaaaaaaaah!’

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