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Naledge ft. Fooch – Ride Around Shinin Freestyle

New music from Naledge and Brainiac Society artist Fooch over The Clipse’s ‘Ride Around Shinin’.

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Props: WIMH

Previously: Naledge & Willie The Kid – State Of The Union


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13 Responses to “Naledge ft. Fooch – Ride Around Shinin Freestyle”

  1. Harlem World Says:

    SMH @ Naledge trying to recreate this masterpiece.

    I never liked Kidz In The Hall for some reason.

  2. Harlem World Says:

    “but they still feelin the kid – sandusky”

    didn’t some nahgger use this line?

  3. El Feces Loco Says:

    From the intro to “Long Run” to “Dice Game” to “Ground Beneath My Feet” to the crazy skits from The Wire that was on there – because you know, Bodie was on The Wire and I was Boldy before the Wire came out, I got my name from my homie who got killed on my block, his name was Boldy James. His name was James Osley III and my name is James Jones III. And he was the first one to ever throw me some work and fuck with me on the coke, but he didn’t rap, and I rapped, and I used to hustle. So I took his name and ran with it. He ended up getting killed, so now the name’s got sentimental meaning and value to it.

    deep

  4. Das racist Says:

    Schoolboy Q Hands on the Wheel>>>>

  5. El Feces Loco Says:

    When I say “There goes the neighborhood,” that’s what I meant. It used to be twenty of us, thirty of us standing out on the block. Now I’m lucky if even six of us can get together to stand out on no block because it’s so many of them dead and locked up. All the people I knew growing up, ain’t none of them around right now, bro. I’m talking about whole high school, middle school classes of people that are dead or incarcerated. Detroit went from being the richest city in America to the bottom of the rankings.

    Now we’re like two states from being the poorest in America. Because Detroit damn near bottomed out. The crack and the crime took over the city of Detroit, so that’s what Detroit runs on. If you see somebody around here doing their thing and living pretty good and it’s looking like they’re doing good for themselves, it’s because they’re involved in this underworld

  6. why? Says:

    A Dr. Dre x Rozay colab. Would be >>>>>>>>>>

  7. charles lee ray Says:

    Link that article efl

  8. Hoskins Says:

    It’s no secret that many feel Jezzy turned industry when indictments started being handed out and when asked about Jezzy’s street credibility, Bleu had this to say:

    “Is he well respected in the streets out there?”

    “Yeah the whole Homo community love him.”

    ^^^ welp

  9. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Harlem World
    5 mins ago
    “but they still feelin the kid – sandusky”

    didn’t some nahgger use this line?

    ^boost mobile b birthed dat. Altho you knew many others would go to use it.

    B my iPod go ham!

  10. El Feces Loco Says:

    Back in the day, when I was like 5 years old, my man Brian and Fiddy from the East Side, I used to be their DJ. I used to take the beats and loop them on my cassette player.

    6
    nigga..you wsnt DJ’in at no 5..I hate when rappers embellish the early years.

  11. charles lee ray Says:

    Co sign detroit being undesirable to live in.even the soft niggas is tough in detroit

  12. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Niggas wanna try to hem my long jeans

  13. charles lee ray Says:

    Lol @ boost mobile b smh. We need some more black comedians b, these kizzas. Been having me in tears watching they specials.louis ck, jim gaffigan.I hate daniel tosh but some of his shit be funny

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