Video: Black Thought on the Combat Jack Show (Ep. 3)

In the third episode of the Black Thought segment of The Combat Jack Show, Jack asks Thought about getting challenged to battle. “Nobody has ever really wanted it with me,” he replies nonchalantly. “Never ever.” Later, the Philly MC speaks on the first time he heard Nas’ debut Illmatic. “I was a little bit shook,” he admits. Perhaps more surprising is how deeply he was impressed by meeting Supernatural, a less famous MC who’s renowned for his freestyling skills. “We was courting Rahzel at the time. We wanted Rahzel to be down with The Roots,” Thought explains. At the time, Rahzel was rocking with Supernatural. “Hearing Supernatural flow and feeling the amazing shit that Rahzel was doing, it had me shook…. Everybody kinda got they weight up from that point on.”

Previously: Video: Black Thought on the Combat Jack Show (Ep. 2)


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17 Responses to “Video: Black Thought on the Combat Jack Show (Ep. 3)”

  1. No shots, like stray dogs Says:

    No shots, like stray dogs Says:
    April 25th, 2013 at 4:02 pm
    Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:
    April 25th, 2013 at 3:59 pm
    Scarface >>>>>>>

    The true GOAT

    . what is his goat album? THE FIX opened my eyes.

    > First time I heard canibus I was shoooooooook

  2. Free J Says:

    Look at how those mufuckas age during their terms

    ^^^

    Yea…Obama looks like he 40 goin on 62 this year

  3. Free J Says:

    Canibus made me wanna rap back when I was all about lyricism and battlin…then I realized he cant make songs.

  4. Cypher Says:

    President a rough job…

    However, ultimate retirement plan…

    Check for the rest of your life

    Mark in history secured.

    A lot of niggas strive they while life just to get one of those

  5. Cypher Says:

    Another good job is state rep and senator. gets you 80% of your salary for 5

    These are 6 figure jobs they got… Do the math

  6. HolidayKirk Says:

    I think most strive for president for legacy and power

  7. S.I.C.K Says:

    Supernatural,one of the greatest.damn.shame

  8. Cypher Says:

    Fuck what niggas think/thank, cut the motherfuckin check.

  9. No shots, like stray dogs Says:

    All jokes aside , niggas dont think crooked i is a top tier lyricist?

    explain this to me glacial.

    matching the syllables and painting a picture while doing so is rappity?

    I may have to experiment with a new style.

  10. No shots, like stray dogs Says:

    aye sick, whats the holdup?

    Lemme find out u tryna get a placement on detox

  11. Free J Says:

    Niggas don’t kno the difference between “rappity rap” and lyricism…

  12. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    . what is his goat album? THE FIX opened my eyes
    ^^^^
    The untouchable is my personal face but the fix was the most balanced as far as content

    The diary, the untouchable and MADE are gangsta shit at its finest

  13. Cypher Says:

    All jokes aside , niggas dont think crooked i is a top tier lyricist?

    ^
    Royce > Crooked IMO

    I think in order to discuss tho, niggas need to define lyricist tho.

  14. harlem world Says:

    bookmarking articles/vids/songs to visit em days later >>>>> opening up 20 tabs tryna skip thru em

  15. harlem world Says:

    yeah scarface underrated up here

    but definitley respected

  16. Free J Says:

    Whoever said stringing complicated words together isn’t hard was on point…that shit has to make sense. Niggas sound more like dictionaries than lyricists.

  17. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    Canibus is rappity rap

    Vientamiese in fatigues covered with leaves (c) Canibus

    Nas is a lyricist

    The song Poison is lyrical exercise

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