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Video: Denzil Porter Freestyle @ Warner Sound Showcase

Denzil spits over the “Ambitionz  Az A Ridah” beat at the Warner Sound showcase down in Austin.

Previously: Denzil Porter – Homemade Music (Mixtape)


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31 Responses to “Video: Denzil Porter Freestyle @ Warner Sound Showcase”

  1. brolic fonts Says:

    *old school nahs it up*

    one

  2. Casket Face Says:

    no sign being white in the 90’s …word to reginald denny

    youtu.be/Wc_SgpyJWRY

  3. why? Says:

    Biggie doesn’t have timeless music. Plus thanks to camel and other ny biters his hits would not receive the same praise as they did back in the day.

  4. Captain Planet Says:

    Sure, those songs are dated but can they still get asses on the dance floor?

    For sure.

    —————-

    There’s a difference between getting people to dance and doing digits

    Ask the Cali Swag District

  5. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Biggie doesn’t have timeless music.
    ^
    not just BIG, a lot of rappers

    listening to some old hip hop punchlines the lyrics sound real dated if you weren’t from that era..can’t expect younger generations to get the references

  6. brolic fonts Says:

    90s rap was cool and all, but theres loads of stuff that sounds better now. Sheeeet Id say 2000s rap music >>> 90s rap

    *throws on vest*

  7. Captain Planet Says:

    I noticed the young white boys are starting to wear baggy jeans again (n)

    Back on their Heavy Metal Swag

    Rejecting the Skinny Jeans movement

    It looks hella dumb tho

  8. Casket Face Says:

    co-sign white’s training in private military camps …if i was white and saw this video i would too lol

    liveleak.com/view?i=1cb_1304689062

  9. brolic fonts Says:

    listening to some old hip hop punchlines the lyrics sound real dated if you weren’t from that era..can’t expect younger generations to get the references

    ^im saying

  10. brolic fonts Says:

    *Jnco jeans it up*

  11. Captain Planet Says:

    The more money that came into Hip-Hop the more its quality decreased

    Simple Facts

    Blame Everybody

  12. Bones Jackson Says:

    He must’ve felt like a bum after Cudi got signed after him, and proceeded to drop two albums, before he could a release date for his

    ^^

    That’s Cudi though.

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

    The Beatles whole catalogue is straight classics

    But if they dropped today would those be number 1 albums ?
    ^^^

    Possibly.

    They made real music, not some trendy shit that sounds like everything else out.

  14. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Shaq and Jordan are getting name dropped but for a lot of kids Kobe’s old school

  15. why? Says:

    Now thinking of an industry without BIG makes me wonder if Jay would be as successful as he is in music today. Probably not.

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

    listening to some old hip hop punchlines the lyrics sound real dated if you weren’t from that era..can’t expect younger generations to get the references
    ^^^^

    Those references aren’t that far of a reach & don’t stop certain music from being enjoyable.

    And if you think Ready To Die & Life After Death aren’t timeless, you’re bugging.

  17. Captain Planet Says:

    Youth have way more access to knowledge today then ever before

    But there’s studies that say since people know that everything they need to know is a click away they don’t feel the need to check it

    It’s like we’re using our computers and internet to store all our knowledge now instead of doing the hard work of putting it into our own minds

    That can obviously lead to us believing ourselves more intelligent than we really are

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

    Big Sean can rap.

    His album doesn’t have the right mixture of songs. I heard better shit on his mixtapes.

    By the way…

    B.I.G. – Machine Gun Funk >>>>

  19. b Says:

    b Says:
    March 19th, 2012 at 2:59 pm
    Its some great minds on nah.

    b Says:
    March 19th, 2012 at 3:00 pm
    Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:
    March 19th, 2012 at 2:56 pm
    Biggie would flop in this era

    ^

    Pac would flop in this era too, because they’d say he’s copying Jeezy, Ross, and every other rapper…because guess what…them niccas got their whole style from Pac!

    You can’t say “Biggie wouldn’t thrive in this era” because him and Pac created modern rap.

    I’m not saying he created them rhymsayer ass niccas in Minnesota – them niccas is in another lane and got their style from De La, Tribe, etc.

    But every mainstream nicca you could possibly point to got his whole existence from Big, Pac, or both of them – no questions asked.

    So spare the philosophical bullshit niccas.

    ^ This is very interesting, who responsible for all these other lanes?

  20. Captain Planet Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:
    March 19th, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    Shaq and Jordan are getting name dropped but for a lot of kids Kobe’s old school

    —————

    LOL

    Sad but true

  21. why? Says:

    Beatles and Biggie were game changers though. Without them a lot of shit would be different now. Shit without bob Dylan and the Beatles there would probably be no Steve Jobs. No Apple, itunes none of that.

  22. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Those references aren’t that far of a reach & don’t stop certain music from being enjoyable.
    ^
    for me sure, but for a 16 year old? he’s probably clueless about BIG rapping about sega genesis games

    And if you think Ready To Die & Life After Death aren’t timeless, you’re bugging.
    ^
    cosign both of those are classic albums

  23. Casket Face Says:

    brolic fonts Says:
    March 19th, 2012 at 2:56 pm
    90s rap was cool and all, but theres loads of stuff that sounds better now. Sheeeet Id say 2000s rap music >>> 90s rap

    *throws on vest*

    ^^^

    29.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lk492kpsea1qd7sk2o1_500.jpg

  24. Black Says:

    You ever try talking to a young bul about music? Don’t do it you’ll wanna strangle the lil nigga.

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

    Sheeeet Id say 2000s rap music >>> 90s rap
    ^^^^

    SMH

    90’s rap ran the gamut in terms of styles & sounds.

    In the 00’s the game shrank. Everyone started to sound the same.

  26. brolic fonts Says:

    actually I think youngings today got a lot more aptitude and dont need knowledge kicked to them especially with all the easy access to knowledge. They just want to feel there music whether its soul, aggyness, wakabuckishness or whatever..imo of course
    ^^^^

    It’ s not about kicking knowledge, it’s about sharing real life experiences, being your self as opposed to just following what everyone else is doing.

    That’s why an Odd Future or an ASAP Rocky is gonna get the kind of attention they’re receiving.

    They standout in a sea of copycats & wannabe’s…and even then, their shit is derivative of other acts, but they are managing to put their own spin on it and that’s why they’re winning.

    ^I disagree. theres alot of new rap sharing real life experiences. Theres alot more variety in mainstrem hiphop right now than the 90s. as to the derivative issue, hiphop was new in the 80s and 90s, its at the point now where anything you do in hiphop there are enough old groups to find similarities to.

    The new wave is being able to combine old parts into a new thing. Not saying ASAP Rocky is some high bar for rap, but he took bone style rapping, mixed it with houston screw ish and NY swag to create something new.

    Nothing new under the sun.

  27. Captain Planet Says:

    Pac would flop in this era too, because they’d say he’s copying Jeezy, Ross, and every other rapper…because guess what…them niccas got their whole style from Pac!

    You can’t say “Biggie wouldn’t thrive in this era” because him and Pac created modern rap.

    I’m not saying he created them rhymsayer ass niccas in Minnesota – them niccas is in another lane and got their style from De La, Tribe, etc.

    But every mainstream nicca you could possibly point to got his whole existence from Big, Pac, or both of them – no questions asked.

    So spare the philosophical bullshit niccas.

    ——————

    I think our point is a little different tho

    The question is could they survive in this beast they created ?

    Hip-hop eats it own

    ” Now you saying you better than BIG …”

  28. b Says:

    co sign black

  29. Bones Jackson Says:

    Biggie would be fine. Tupac wouldn’t even see a release date.

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

    You ever try talking to a young bul about music? Don’t do it you’ll wanna strangle the lil nigga.
    ^^^^
    It’s pointless.

    I was telling cat about Freddie Gibbs for a minute.

    They didn’t listen until he showed up on a Jeezy album & even then, they say “He’ll never blow”.

    The game’s fucked up.

  31. Kush Kennedy Says:

    We live in the bitch-made era now, word to Lil wayne being the “best rapper alive” and lebron being the “best player alive” without no accomplishments.

    Dude’s now have no opinions and can’t get pussy without a facebook profile. When I get in the whip, I listen to what I wanna listen to, so my girlfriend might find a blu, mobb deep, nas, cam’ron song that she likes. But when this generation gets into their whip, they listen to what their bitches like, drake, nicki, rhianna etc. And when do bitches ever know what they want or like?

    Moral of the story: dudes like what bitches like now-a-days.

    Shits sad.

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