Vado ft. Nipsey Hussle – What You Need

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9 Responses to “Vado ft. Nipsey Hussle – What You Need”

  1. Jackson7 Says:

    big_seth Says:

    February 9th, 2012 at 10:52 am
    My top dilla beat is probably two can win.

    —————

    SON….

    that joint was playing on repeat in the car, when i first brought BabyLORD and wifey home from the hospital after he was first born… niggas was emotionally overjoyed, while that joint played in the background…

    SMMFH270 ….

    great times >>>>>>>>>>

    Donuts is the soundtrack to my son’s first days on earth… i cant even BEGIN to describe my feelings for that album

  2. LeRoy Green Says:

    Slum Village “Get Dis Money” and “Players”

    ^^^^^6

    Greatness.

    I’ve played those songs and instrumentals countless times.

    and the original sample for “Climax”…..if yall aint heard the song he took that from smh god damn he has a ear for samples like no other producer ever. He took the most subtle most unnoticable vocal loop and turned that shit to a fuckin CLASSIC

  3. Jackson7 Says:

    “hey.. hey.. hey.. hey.. hey… whatchu say… get dis money…”

  4. Jackson7 Says:

    “Get Dis Money” >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  5. Jackson7 Says:

    my bad

  6. Jackson7 Says:

    the original song that dilla sampled for ‘Two Can Win’..

    The Sylvers – “One Can Win’ >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  7. S.I.C.K Says:

    Players and Get This Money >>>>>>>>

  8. big_seth Says:

    Jackson7 Says:
    February 9th, 2012 at 11:06 am
    the original song that dilla sampled for ‘Two Can Win’..

    The Sylvers – “One Can Win’ >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    ^^

    cosign this too

  9. Jackson7 Says:

    The Sylers >>> The Jackson 5

    the sylevers just aint have no one with Michael’s star power… and they didnt have the Mowtown push that The Jackson 5 had when they started..

    but their discography been HEAVILY sampled and respected… and Leon Sylvers III went on to become one of the greatest producers and bass players in black music history

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