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Marcus Canty ft. Wale – In & Out

Epic Records signee, Marcus Canty, drops off his brand new single ‘In & Out’ featuring Wale.

Check out another Wale feature for UK artist K Koke below.


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71 Responses to “Marcus Canty ft. Wale – In & Out”

  1. ChainHeavy Says:

    I don’t even think Franks taking as much from neo-soul and RnB.If you really listen to his lyrics,he’s much more like early Police than anybody in RnB.Like Synchronicity era.

  2. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    at the same time tho, consistency can be a form of complacency sometimes

    someone like sean price can get away with rapping essentially the same thing his whole career and his core fan base dosen’t complain….

    whereas artistic experimentation is going to inevitably result in some horrible missteps along the way

  3. cOLD Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=VbCGXI_Vejc . We made it.

    Listen to this and you’ll realize switfly, Superb is far from ghost level of writing

    “cinamax smile shot in 35 lens”

  4. Sir Fakely Deep Says:

    get the fuck outta my face w/ that shit

    you could argue that EVERY ghostface album is better than every one of nas’ albums. what does “ghostface doesnt have a bp1 or stillmatic” even mean? fuckin’ right, he’s got an ironman, a cuban linx a supreme clientele, a fishscale etc etc. stillmatic is garbage. did you mean illmatic?

    nas “bye baby” >> tho.

  5. Harlem World Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    at the same time tho, consistency can be a form of complacency sometimes

    someone like sean price can get away with rapping essentially the same thing his whole career and his core fan base dosen’t complain….

    whereas artistic experimentation is going to inevitably result in some horrible missteps along the way

    ==============================
    cosign adapting and evolving with the times

    dj premier beats in his prime >>>>

    dj premier beats in 2012 <<<<

  6. Bricktop Says:

    niccas dont know who lord superb is tho
    ^
    Exactly. So what’s your point? Your entire argument rests upon the validation of a virtual nobody.

  7. Sir Fakely Deep Says:

    jay-z has never ‘experimented’. he’s played it safe & conservative his entire career.

  8. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Exactly. So what’s your point? Your entire argument rests upon the validation of a virtual nobody.

    ^but that doesn’t change the facts

  9. JihaD Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 2:58 pm
    at the same time tho, consistency can be a form of complacency sometimes

    someone like sean price can get away with rapping essentially the same thing his whole career and his core fan base dosen’t complain….

    whereas artistic experimentation is going to inevitably result in some horrible missteps along the way

    ^

    In a lot of ways, the fear that your core fan base will not grow with you keeps people “consistent”– in some ways, Sean P (using your example) KNOWS that attempting to expand would crush the fans he was able to keep by going solo, and that would fuck up his money.

    To juxtapose, think about how long it took Kanye to “experiment” with his sound… if he woulda dropped MBTDF as College Dropout, Dame’s vision of having Camron on every track woulda came true.

    JihaD

  10. Bricktop Says:

    Shit ain’t adding up.
    Ghost’s style hasn’t changed.
    So are you saying Supherb has been writing EVERYTHING?

  11. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    everybody knows jay pays homage to his favorite emcees that way

    niccas dont know who lord superb is tho

    ^^

    Right. So why Superb don’t have a discog that rivals Ghost’s?

    Why his verses on SC was so garbage compared to Ghost’s if he wrote the whole joint?

    foh! lol

  12. Bricktop Says:

    Sir Fakely Deep
    2 mins ago
    jay-z has never ‘experimented’. he’s played it safe & conservative his entire career.
    ^
    I agreed with all of this till I heard WTT. Jay FINALLY stepped out of his sonic comfort zone on that one IMO.

  13. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    In a lot of ways, the fear that your core fan base will not grow with you keeps people “consistent”– in some ways, Sean P (using your example) KNOWS that attempting to expand would crush the fans he was able to keep by going solo, and that would fuck up his money.

    To juxtapose, think about how long it took Kanye to “experiment” with his sound… if he woulda dropped MBTDF as College Dropout, Dame’s vision of having Camron on every track woulda came true.
    ^
    good points

  14. Bricktop Says:

    Right. So why Superb don’t have a discog that rivals Ghost’s?

    Why his verses on SC was so garbage compared to Ghost’s if he wrote the whole joint?

    foh! lol
    ^
    Took the words right off my touchscreen. Shit simply doesn’t add up.

  15. Harlem World Says:

    if he woulda dropped MBTDF as College Dropout, Dame’s vision of having Camron on every track woulda came true.
    ^
    :(

  16. JihaD Says:

    JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 3:07 pm
    everybody knows jay pays homage to his favorite emcees that way

    niccas dont know who lord superb is tho

    ^^

    Right. So why Superb don’t have a discog that rivals Ghost’s?

    Why his verses on SC was so garbage compared to Ghost’s if he wrote the whole joint?

    foh! lol

    ^

    Ghost coulda wrote Superbs verses for him…

    JihaD

  17. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    jay-z has never ‘experimented’. he’s played it safe & conservative his entire career.
    ^
    I agreed with all of this till I heard WTT. Jay FINALLY stepped out of his sonic comfort zone on that one IMO.
    ^
    he’s always been strategic in the sounds that he uses, and typically it’s after that new sound begins to get popularity

    still tho that’s still more experimental imo than an artist that dosen’t even bother to adapt & stagnates with a sound they’re comfortable with

  18. Harlem World Says:

    in my lifetime was an experiment gone wrong

    but cosign a couple tracks such as who you wit & where im from

  19. ChainHeavy Says:

    I agreed with all of this till I heard WTT. Jay FINALLY stepped out of his sonic comfort zone on that one IMO
    ^^^
    I think Ye had more of a day about how that album went musically.

  20. Bricktop Says:

    Ghost coulda wrote Superbs verses for him…
    ^
    And in conclusion, we come to the most logical scenario. Your honor, the defense rests.

  21. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    city is mine was fire too

  22. JJ Evans Says:

    Frank Ocean’s album channel ORANGE classic. Great music is great music, there’s no denying it.

  23. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Vol. 1 could have been right up there with RD, but he tried to jump in Big & Puff’s lane and bodied himself.

    It’s his own fault and he says as much himself.

  24. rex hussla Says:

    Momma got a house

    Daddy got a house

    Granny got a house

    we moved ouuuut

    that’s right we moved ouuuuut

    that’s what I’m talking about

    ^

    Superb GEMS

  25. JihaD Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 3:15 pm
    Ghost coulda wrote Superbs verses for him…
    ^
    And in conclusion, we come to the most logical scenario. Your honor, the defense rests.

    ^

    I was actually saying Superbs verses were so whack because Superb let Dennis write his shit so they didn’t sound the same, but I’ma let you cook homie.

    JihaD

  26. Harlem World Says:

    personally, i think jay has experimented in his music

    he changed his flow on hkl2 then again on the black album

  27. Bricktop Says:

    I think Ye had more of a day about how that album went musically
    ^
    Oh no doubt. I just like the fact that Ye didn’t let Jay sound as relaxed as he has on his last eleven albums.

  28. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Momma got a house

    Daddy got a house

    Granny got a house

    we moved ouuuut

    that’s right we moved ouuuuut

    that’s what I’m talking about

    ^

    Superb GEMS

    ^^

    Lol…

  29. JihaD Says:

    ChainHeavy Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 3:14 pm
    I agreed with all of this till I heard WTT. Jay FINALLY stepped out of his sonic comfort zone on that one IMO
    ^^^
    I think Ye had more of a day about how that album went musically.

    ^

    And didn’t Kanye say they scrapped the original WTT because Jay said they went too far left? Too experimental?

    JihaD

  30. Bricktop Says:

    I was actually saying Superbs verses were so whack because Superb let Dennis write his shit so they didn’t sound the same, but I’ma let you cook homie.

    JihaD
    ^
    Lol.

    *samples product*

  31. Bricktop Says:

    Superb GEMS

    ^^

    Lol…
    ^
    cola

  32. Harlem World Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 3:16 pm

    city is mine was fire too

    ====================
    one of those songs that you wouldnt go oh shit too

    but if it came on the radio whilst you were driving, etc you wouldnt really mind

  33. JihaD Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 3:17 pm
    personally, i think jay has experimented in his music

    he changed his flow on hkl2 then again on the black album

    ^

    I used to want to rap like Common Sense/ Sold four Mil, and aint rapped like Common since/

    JihaD

  34. rex hussla Says:

    So Ghost wrote all his verses to Ironman, OB4CL, 36 Chambers and Wu-Tang Forever…but said, “hold up Superb take the wheel”?!?!?!

    I don’t see a difference in rhymes, but if we’re talking hooks and bridges I can see that. But that’s normal hip-hop shit…if anything, Superb is a fuckboy for trying to overstep his contributions.

    Organized Noise could say they wrote the first couple Outkast albums, Daz could say he wrote All Eyez on Me and the Chronic etc etc etc…only G-Unit sympathizers acknowledge the clown Superb’s gripes

  35. Bricktop Says:

    Curtis and them have a penchant for getting in the ears of scorned rappers. Who’s to say that Yayo didn’t gas Supherb up to make these felonious claims, seeing as how 50 and Ghost were kind of beefing? Maybe Ghost caught wind and didn’t feel it appropriate to take the bait and embarrass his little homie.

  36. rex hussla Says:

    Marcus Camby > Marcus Canty

  37. Highsaiah Thomas Says:

    RIP KMG

    Above The Law – black superman >>>

  38. Bricktop Says:

    Rex Hussla
    3 mins ago
    ^
    All a that.
    Harlem was tripping for trying to single out Ghost.

  39. cOLD Says:

    Organized Noise could say they wrote the first couple Outkast albums, Daz could say he wrote All Eyez on Me and the Chronic etc etc etc…only G-Unit sympathizers acknowledge the clown Superb’s gripes

    ^ yup.

    had to happen.

  40. Strongchef Says:

    you could argue that EVERY ghostface album is better than every one of nas’ albums. what does “ghostface doesnt have a bp1 or stillmatic” even mean? fuckin’ right, he’s got an ironman, a cuban linx a supreme clientele, a fishscale etc etc. stillmatic is garbage. did you mean illmatic?

    ————–

    if you think Stillmatic is garbage, murk yourself

  41. Harlem World Says:

    are there tracks of ghost using perbs verses – yes

    didnt method man say he wrote odb’s 1st album? – yes

    so to disagree, fair enough – but to outright dismiss it is pure stannery

    wu took alot of drugs, gettin ridicolously faded/high with some groupies sounds more appealing then sitting down in a funky smelling studio fulla niccas, for a day or 2

  42. ChainHeavy Says:

    And didn’t Kanye say they scrapped the original WTT because Jay said they went too far left? Too experimental?
    ^^^
    Kanye wanted to take it father into the dubstep/electro region.I don’t think anybody else could have pulled off Flux Pavillion samples alongside Otis Redding and James Brown.

  43. rex hussla Says:

    Pretty little Sally sat up by the tree trunk
    White miniskirt with a Betty Boom bum
    She had a ass like Deborah Cox, face like Lauryn
    Waist like a Coke bottles scoring

    ^

    WOOOOOOOOOHHH!!!

    I can’t describe the feeling [ll] when I hear this shit, favorite Ghost song

    He played this live once, I damn near blacked out [ll] on some asian Michael Jackson fan in the 80’s shit

  44. JJ Evans Says:

    Strongchef Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 3:29 pm
    you could argue that EVERY ghostface album is better than every one of nas’ albums. what does “ghostface doesnt have a bp1 or stillmatic” even mean? fuckin’ right, he’s got an ironman, a cuban linx a supreme clientele, a fishscale etc etc. stillmatic is garbage. did you mean illmatic?

    ————–

    if you think Stillmatic is garbage, murk yourself

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    This and yeah go commit suicide. The bridge is your best bet.

    Stillmatic >>>

  45. Captain Planet Says:

    Mmaaaaajjiiiiinnnn Buuuuuuu!

  46. Harlem World Says:

    its whatever, im just saying if you have proof a man took something (ll)

    and you heard he stole something again, but this time with no concrete proof

    you wouldnt be surprised the 2nd time around

    heyzeus christ, ghost is not biggie- his rhymes barely made sense to begin with

  47. Highsaiah Thomas Says:

    lol these cali niggaz had no swag…plaid shirts and bowling derby hats..niggaz lookin like the lieutenant from dexter

    niggaz saved mad money in the 90’s only copping bullshit gear

    dickies
    vans
    pro keds

  48. rex hussla Says:

    “Catch me at the bus stop dusted cursing out the cops and still come and vibe with meeeeeeeeeeee-eeeeeeeee

    everybody saying that Wu-Tang frontin but you’re still telling lies to meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-eeeeeeeeee”

  49. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Rza left them wu niggas in the dust

    Double

  50. Bricktop Says:

    are there tracks of ghost using perbs verses – yes

    didnt method man say he wrote odb’s 1st album? – yes

    so to disagree, fair enough – but to outright dismiss it is pure stannery
    ^
    Cool. So, in light of all the assistance that every rapper in the history of rap has received whilst recording, why would you chose to single out Ghost on a day like today when alls I did was point out that he has a catalogue of pretty outstanding music to his resume?

  51. Bricktop Says:

    Wu hurt you?

  52. Highsaiah Thomas Says:

    brother lynch hung – 24 >>>
    mc eiht
    kid frost >>>>>

    this is for la raza >>>>

  53. JihaD Says:

    So how did Curtis get involved in this?

    Or am I asking the wrong questions?

    JihaD

  54. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    didnt method man say he wrote odb’s 1st album? – yes

    so to disagree, fair enough – but to outright dismiss it is pure stannery

    wu took alot of drugs, gettin ridicolously faded/high with some groupies sounds more appealing then sitting down in a funky smelling studio fulla niccas, for a day or 2

    ^^

    No…

    He said Gza & Rza were spittin those writtens at rec center battles before Wu, when they were All In Together Now.

    But them niggas are cousins and Ason wasn’t a rhymer like that anyways.

    I won’t say Superb had nothing to do with SC or Bulletproof Wallets, but Ghost’s style has been consistent and he’s had classic verses before and after those albums so what is that nigga really saying anyways?

  55. rex hussla Says:

    Go home and think about it, youknowhatImean?

    May hump the bed sometimes on her, youknowhatImean?

    Word, those days man, those, those were the good old days right there G

  56. Bricktop Says:

    So how did Curtis get involved in this?

    Or am I asking the wrong questions?

    JihaD
    ^
    Yayo put the battery in Supherb’s back when 50 and Ghost were pseudo beefing.

  57. Highsaiah Thomas Says:

    ny niggaz started saying shit like chronic, fool, dub, faded, juice, bitch, locc, blood

    ny was west coasting for a minute..till biggie saved us

    ny had the bamma uniform of air force ones, jeans shorts, t shirt, …big made niggaz go cop versace shirts and gator boots

  58. b Says:

    Michael didn’t write most of thriller.

  59. Highsaiah Thomas Says:

    ny stole girbauds hanging baggy and wifebeaters from cash money and em..

    big and puff gave us our last uniform..versace and jerseys

    jay gave niggaz fitteds

    big cleaned up that dusty sherm head phase the Wu had us going thru

  60. rex hussla Says:

    Remember the height of G-Unit stannery though?!?!? Maaaan, there were thousands of Two-Times (RIP) all online. Those dudes really did have mind control over all of their fans…cats really did throw away all of their Fat Joe albums when they were told that he was an enemy

  61. JihaD Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 3:39 pm
    So how did Curtis get involved in this?

    Or am I asking the wrong questions?

    JihaD
    ^
    Yayo put the battery in Supherb’s back when 50 and Ghost were pseudo beefing.

    ^

    But then Superb got proven right.. technically Superb told the Marvin while they were both locked up…

    Lol, let em cook tho. I don’t think Superb wrote everything for Dennis no more than Gillie wrote Carter 1 and 500 Degreez for Wayne… But who’s to say Dennis aint take a couple bars or flavor from Superb?

    JihaD

  62. Bricktop Says:

    Shyne gave us prison jumpers.

  63. Highsaiah Thomas Says:

    Never seen so many dusty braids with the timberlands to match as the Wu era..niggaz was hip hop grunge.

    NIggaz was out here lookigng real dirty, jeans cuffs dragin under the lean soled timbs…..baggin bad bitches

  64. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    ny was west coasting for a minute..till biggie saved us

    ^who gonna save y’all now?!?

  65. Bricktop Says:

    Philly gave us beards.

  66. Harlem World Says:

    cosign 50 cents joseph goebells style use of propaganda, in his prime

    “cam got aids”
    “i run interscope”

  67. Bricktop Says:

    Avirex.
    Who’s responsible for that?

  68. Highsaiah Thomas Says:

    Jadakiss gave us the papertowel headband

    Life was so simple then

    everyone wasnt a critic..yo could just live your life

  69. Harlem World Says:

    man, in case anyone hasnt noticed – there are zero regional movements in hip hop anymore, with their own sound

    everywhere sounds like everywhere

    word to drake coming from houstatlantavegas, canada

  70. The Shot Clock Says:

    I agreed with all of this till I heard WTT. Jay FINALLY stepped out of his sonic comfort zone on that one IMO.

    ^

    lol @ thinking jay had anything to do with that album outside of his geriatric rhymes and piggybacking Ye’s wave (II)

  71. JihaD Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    July 10th, 2012 at 3:49 pm
    Avirex.
    Who’s responsible for that?

    ^

    Nore and Royal Flush.

    JihaD

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