Video: Consequence Interview w/ The Breakfast Club

Cons appeared on The Breakfast Club and talked about the music industry, saving Big Sean from getting dropped from G.O.O.D. Music, writing for Kanye West, working with Pooch Hall on music and more.

Part 2 below.


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75 Responses to “Video: Consequence Interview w/ The Breakfast Club”

  1. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Joey is dope but, Earl > Joey.

    They’re both only going to get better though and I’m happy about that.

    SN: I have complete respect for Joey having the heart to be so NY through and through when he’s such a young artist given where the music is most likely headed (a mix of regional rap).

  2. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    zimbio.com/Kanye+West/articles/zSYr_XnS201/Kim+Kardashian+Buys+Kanye+West+750K+Lamborghini

    ^

    Kimmy Cakes copped Yeezy that Aventador – #swag

    LAMBORGHINI MERCY

  3. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Brain cells handpicked
    Organically enhanced with third millennium medical standards
    My D.N.A. was tampered with
    By genetic engineers with scholarship grants that study at Stanford

    Listening to Canibus is an experience. No one rhymes like he did in his prime, no one.

  4. Black Says:

    Rather than face the facts, Can-i-bus claimed outside circumstances prior to the battle messed him up.

    “A few days before the KOTD Vendetta event, I was abducted by human blood sucking leeches who did not make their identity known, but I assume were agents of the dark world. While in my vehicle ready to pay for a toll, a helicopter attached with a satellite device that promotes fear flew directly over me. Upon being aware of what was happening I decided to escape on foot and flee from this radioactive device that can cause mental and emotional harm to any man- Even a man who possesses the brain waves of a complicated degree such as myself.

    ^^^^^^^^

    Yo….

  5. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    Black Says:
    June 13th, 2012 at 10:51 am
    Rather than face the facts, Can-i-bus claimed outside circumstances prior to the battle messed him up.

    “A few days before the KOTD Vendetta event, I was abducted by human blood sucking leeches who did not make their identity known, but I assume were agents of the dark world. While in my vehicle ready to pay for a toll, a helicopter attached with a satellite device that promotes fear flew directly over me. Upon being aware of what was happening I decided to escape on foot and flee from this radioactive device that can cause mental and emotional harm to any man- Even a man who possesses the brain waves of a complicated degree such as myself.

    ^^^^^^^^

    Yo….

    ^

    What do you expect from a nicca that faught in Afghanistan and Iraq…twice. The nicca is mentally a total screwball.

  6. Black Says:

    Completely lost in a parallel universe I was removed from consciousness and as I woke up I had secret agents of some kind asking me why I decided to battle in this event that was being broadcasted world-wide. I explained to them it was strictly Hip Hop related but they did not believe me. They used Chinese water torture methods at first to try to break my spirits to no avail. They attached wires to my skull and moved on to “Alternative 2.” They then inquired about my knowledge of secret societies and about my experiences in the military.” (Canibus’ Tumblr)

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    *Fights a nigga on bath salts*

  7. b Says:

    Brain cells handpicked
    Organically enhanced with third millennium medical standards
    My D.N.A. was tampered with
    By genetic engineers with scholarship grants that study at Stanford

    Listening to Canibus is an experience. No one rhymes like he did in his prime, no one.

    ^*daps kush k*

  8. Brodie Says:

    Canibus used to be dope to me. I remember that joint he had on that 8Ball Lost CD bonus 3rd disc that I kept on repeat

  9. cOLD Says:

    Joey Bada$$ – Waves >>>

    lil nigga on some positive shit… its refreshing…

  10. Kush Kennedy Says:

    8Ball Lost CD bonus 3rd disc that I kept on repeat

    ^
    Yo u had that 3rd disc?!? Fuck you b

    My older cousin gave me that album when I was younger, and I never found the 3rd disc. Had a bunch of Suave House features I wanted to hear

    *daps b*

  11. S.I.C.K Says:

    Being of sound mind>>>>

  12. cOLD Says:

    brodie this the joint
    youtube.com/watch?v=6hTlLIZlBbk

    8Ball ft Canibus, DMX & McGruff ‘Pure Uncut Raw’ (1998)

    dude mcGruff, was the 2nd coming of Big L

  13. cOLD Says:

    yea canibus bodied that joint, they had to let him rhyme last.

  14. cOLD Says:

    youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=L3rPeVvte0U&NR=1

    ^ *bodied*

  15. cOLD Says:

    bodied Wu tracks on that clue remix…

  16. cOLD Says:

    I leave trails of dead mics – Big L.

  17. cOLD Says:

    Even if they wont let me in heaven, I’ll rase hell, til its heaven..

    ^ chill Hov.

  18. Free J Says:

    canibus is the sole reason i started rappin…his verse on 4,3,2,1.

    with that bein said, that video was painful to watch and ALOT of his bars were recycled from songs he wrote in the early 2000s. dont know how he didnt have time to memorize his shit when most the lines were old. even still…why even battle when you said yourself you are not good at freestylin. He is the ultimate disgruntled employee. Once i realzied he couldnt make songs i stopped listenin. I kinda outgrew his style. Canibus deaded himself. he jus keeps failing tarnishing his image and takin shots at people for NO reason. soon he’s not gonna have a name to ruin.

    peace yall

  19. Free J Says:

    actually…before i leave, let it be known Canibus IS wak but at one point was heralded as the next to have the torch after Rakim. He WAS nice at one point, briefly.

    *vanishes*

  20. cOLD Says:

    before you used to rap like the Fu-schnikens

  21. b Says:

    dude mcGruff, was the 2nd coming of Big L

    ^cOLD STOP lying.

  22. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    cOLD Says:
    June 13th, 2012 at 11:19 am
    Even if they wont let me in heaven, I’ll rase hell, til its heaven..

    ^ chill Hov.

    ^

    lol that’s a papoose style rhyme

  23. Jackson7 Says:

    Canibus verse on “Making a Name for Ourselves” on “One Day Itll All Make Sense” >>>>

    he renegaded Common on his own shit..

  24. cOLD Says:

    RE: Fu Schnikens.

    The group’s second album, Nervous Breakdown, did not arrive until 1994, by which time the rap landscape had dramatically changed, and there was no longer an audience for their style.

    ^ lol, QB niggas changed the landscape.. Shouts out Mobb

  25. b Says:

    Cons droppin gems

  26. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Unlike most of y’all, I could give a shit about a emcee’s career, finances, or personal life (unless they annoying, and are everywhere like Ye and wayne, that shit bothers me)

    I just care about their albums or mixtapes, when I really enjoy a project, that shit holds memories, takes you back to a time, and if its a great emcee, the more you listen, the more gems uncovered.

    I just think its unfsir to say a rapper can’t make music if he don’t make hits or pop records, records have different effects on listeners, if Ready to Die came out in ’07 muhfuckas would say he couldn’t make music or hits.

  27. The Shot Clock Says:

    all itnerviews should be about teh rap biz like this one. thats why i always like 50 interviews.

    these rappers is only like 30% artist 70% businessmen anyway. and all these record promo interviews is just campaign speeches at this point, aint no passion in it.

    so just talk the biz, cause thats what this shit is. and niggas would actually learn something. respect to cons for speaking on it.

  28. cOLD Says:

    *daps Land* never heard that song before.

  29. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    he renegaded Common on his own shit..

    ^^

    It’s true (c) b-ease

    “The wrath of my cold-blooded verses is merciless”

  30. Jackson7 Says:

    be clear…

    “LaSchmoove” – FuSchnickens >>>>>>>>>>>>

    them niggas had bars..

    Chp Fu is one of the greatest speed rapping tongue twisting MCs ever… especially when he doing that yard style….

    he’s unfuckwitable…

    nosign any fuschnickens slander

  31. cOLD Says:

    *goes mobile* these ads punishing my work pc…

    had to happen…

  32. Black Says:

    , if Ready to Die came out in ’07 muhfuckas would say he couldn’t make music or hits.

    ^^^^^^^^

    Nah. There are rappers you can point to from the mid 90’s that applies to, Mr. Wallace ain’t one of em.

    I just heard One More Chance on the radio this morning.

  33. S.I.C.K Says:

    @Free

    Be clear that you couldn`t fuck with Canibus if all his teeth was missing and he was on his death bed.LOL

    you my nigga but let`s not get ahead of ourselves.Nigga just had a bad day.

  34. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    if Ready to Die came out in ’07 muhfuckas would say he couldn’t make music or hits.

    ^^

    But it didn’t. And BIG did do that.

    As dope as he was, ‘Bis isn’t an artist. That’s all there is to it.

  35. Jackson7 Says:

    Chip Fu – “Love Me Sensei ” >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    say im lying

  36. Jackson7 Says:

    seni > sensei

    lol nohomo

  37. cOLD Says:

    How I enable the iPhone to view these clips

  38. Jackson7 Says:

    sensi > seni

    smh

  39. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    LF: I was totally disappointed in reading what BIG thought of himself as an emcee & what he made music for.

  40. cOLD Says:

    Java script is on btw

  41. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    “I need a new nigga, for this black cloud to follow, cuz’ while it’s over me it’s too dark to see tomorrow”. -NaS

    18 years later….

    *In walks Joey Bada$$*

    It Was Written…

  42. S.I.C.K Says:

    LF: I was totally disappointed in reading what BIG thought of himself as an emcee & what he made music for.
    ^^^
    Please expound further JDS

  43. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Ready to Die has 2 radio friendly songs.. The rest was hood shit.

    Life After Death, was filled with filler that y’all like to call hits.

    Half of Life After Death is wack as shit, its not Big’s fault tho. The songs that are good, are really fuckin classic, the songs that are bad, are damn near unlistenable. Puffy made him do all that bland shit on the album.

  44. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Suicidal Thoughts >>>

    Me And My Bitch >>>

    Missing You >>>

    Story To Tell >>>

    Victory >>>

    Biggie >>>

  45. cOLD Says:

    Troubleshooter1900 Says:
    June 13th, 2012 at 11:44 am
    “I need a new nigga, for this black cloud to follow, cuz’ while it’s over me it’s too dark to see tomorrow”. -NaS

    18 years later….

    *In walks Joey Bada$$*

    It Was Written…

    ^ word

  46. Belize Says:

    *steps like dead into the night*

    *searches for a shadow*

    *finds canibus career*

    Rasssss…so dats weh ah happen

  47. S.I.C.K Says:

    “I need a new nigga, for this black cloud to follow, cuz’ while it’s over me it’s too dark to see tomorrow”. -NaS
    ^^^
    Heard this line a million times but never appreciated it until I saw it typed out.

  48. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Half of Life After Death is wack as shit,

    ^

    SKEEEERRRRRRRRR…..

    Hol’up, what?!?!?!?!

  49. The Shot Clock Says:

    Half of Life After Death is wack as shit, its not Big’s fault tho. The songs that are good, are really fuckin classic, the songs that are bad, are damn near unlistenable. Puffy made him do all that bland shit on the album.

    ^

    if Big had lived i bet he woulda ditched Puff eventually. cos you could tell with life after death that the sound was about to take a (pop) turn for the worst

  50. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Elzhi is the 2nd coming of Nas, imo.

    His rhyme schemes are the craziest I’ve ever heard.

  51. Big_seth Says:

    What’s a good Joey project to check?

  52. Black Says:

    Half of Life After Death is wack as shit, its not Big’s fault tho

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    I respect your right to an opinion but ain’t shit left to discuss.

  53. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Black Says:
    June 13th, 2012 at 11:51 am

    Half of Life After Death is wack as shit, its not Big’s fault tho

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    I respect your right to an opinion but ain’t shit left to discuss.

    ^

    lmao, exactly.

    Finito.

  54. S.I.C.K Says:

    Life After Death was trash.Obvious attempts to crossover.Bunch of corny skits as well.

    My Downfall>>>>>
    Unbelievable>>>
    Victory>>>

  55. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    LF: I was totally disappointed in reading what BIG thought of himself as an emcee & what he made music for.
    ^^^
    Please expound further JDS

    ^^

    His main motivating factor was to make bread. And i believe his quote on his rhymes was something along the lines of, “I just kick the shit that niggas wanna hear”.

    It’s just like, how are you that good at something and have no emotional connection to it?

    I’ll look up the link so you can read it yourself…

  56. Bricktop Says:

    dude mcGruff, was the 2nd coming of Big L
    ^
    Nah. Crime Dog was ill, but nah. Ma$e was closer than Gruff lyrically.

  57. Bricktop Says:

    Quit rewriting history.
    Puff’s debut contained “Victory”.

  58. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    “My intellect prevails, from my hanging cross with nails. I reinforce the frail, with lyrics that real.”

    Tell me NaS wasn’t on some other, other shit fam.

    “I sip the Dom P, watching Gandhi til’ I’m charged. Writing in my book of rhymes all the words past the margin”.

    Then to Book Of Rhymes, reading from those said margins and proclaiming that Gandhi was a fool as he gets older and wiser and his plight changes it’s course.

    NaS >>>>

    The contradiction is one of humans most basic resources. The bicameral mindstate. Ask Julian James.

    Nas BEEN doing that.

  59. cOLD Says:

    how are you that good at something and have no emotional connection to it?

    ^ good question. The answer.

    He had a spiritual connection. His parents were Jamaican. It’s in the blood culture and emanates from the dutch pot cooking the stew chicken.

  60. Bricktop Says:

    It’s just like, how are you that good at something and have no emotional connection to it?
    ^
    Who DOESN’T Jay try to emulate tho?

  61. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Oh and as much as I like Elzhi, he’s not the heir to Nas’ throne.

    I’m about to expose my nerd card here, but there’s a fuckin’ Phoenix Force in rap. First inherited by Rakim, & then Nasir…. who’s next though?

  62. Black Says:

    Life After Death was trash.Obvious attempts to crossover.Bunch of corny skits as well.

    My Downfall>>>>>
    Unbelievable>>>>>
    Victory>>>

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    Two of those 3 are not on LAD yo.

  63. Jackson7 Says:

    Life After Death, was filled with filler that y’all like to call hits.

    Half of Life After Death is wack as shit,

    —————-

    FACT

  64. cOLD Says:

    Word to Christ a disciple on beats

  65. Jackson7 Says:

    lil kim – hardcore > big – life after death

    seriously

  66. Troyvul Says:

    Nah. Crime Dog was ill
    ^
    Word, shoutout the Atlanta Braves

  67. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Don’t get me wrong. He was proud of his artistry, but I was expecting a different perspective.

  68. b Says:

    His main motivating factor was to make bread. And i believe his quote on his rhymes was something along the lines of, “I just kick the shit that niggas wanna hear”.

    It’s just like, how are you that good at something and have no emotional connection to it?

    ^ I feel what JDS is typing, but u cant be mad,there is an art in knowing what the fuck niggas wanna hear, ask yeezy.

  69. cOLD Says:

    JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:
    June 13th, 2012 at 12:00 pm
    Oh and as much as I like Elzhi, he’s not the heir to Nas’ throne.

    I’m about to expose my nerd card here, but there’s a fuckin’ Phoenix Force in rap. First inherited by Rakim, & then Nasir…. who’s next though?

    ^ co

  70. Troyvul Says:

    Blue Jays too on GP

  71. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Oh and as much as I like Elzhi, he’s not the heir to Nas’ throne.

    I’m about to expose my nerd card here, but there’s a fuckin’ Phoenix Force in rap. First inherited by Rakim, & then Nasir…. who’s next though

    ^

    This.

    Hip hop is the Phoenix that rises from the hellish flames and ashes of ghettos, projects and complete disparity into the sky to be seen and heard by people that never knew such dire straits and for people that is in that condition, to know that they aren’t alone.

    Only a few can carry that weight. and Elzhi ain’t one of em.

    That shit belongs to the Master Class of emcees.

  72. b Says:

    Mcgruff was nowhere near as skilled as big l

  73. Jackson7 Says:

    Troyvul Says:

    June 13th, 2012 at 12:04 pm
    Nah. Crime Dog was ill
    ^
    Word, shoutout the Atlanta Braves

    —————-

    LOL

    nosign smoltz, glavine, maddox and mcgriff..

    1996-2000 yankees ended that wannabe dynasty

  74. Troyvul Says:

    1996-2000 yankees ended that wannabe dynasty
    ^
    smh at Jim Leyritz (sp) ugly son of a bitch

  75. Jackson7 Says:

    smh at Jim Leyritz (sp) ugly son of a bitch

    ——————-

    hes a convicted dwi murderer now…word

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