Papoose – Fruits Of Labor

 

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Papoose – Fruits Of Labor ft. Rell

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234 Responses to “Papoose – Fruits Of Labor”

  1. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    merry xmas

  2. Mac Brown Says:

    grill and woman

  3. kevhous Says:

    first

  4. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    BONG!

  5. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    aquarius people are crazy…..tru story

    does pap really need kay

  6. danielita3000 Says:

    I’m amazed to hear that Rell is still around!

  7. KonishiwaBitches Says:

    I’m amazed to hear that Papoose is still around!

  8. Roc_Representa Says:

    Does anyone know the producer of this joint?

    Seems Papoose used up his lyrics on his mixtapes.

  9. landLORD Says:

    >>>does pap really need kay

    ———————–

    … no, but he appears to be in need of a couple meals … 1.5 million dont cover groceries like it used to …

  10. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    scorpios r the most jealous women

    cancer women r the most committed & family oriented

    aquarius women r just sexy

  11. Mac Brown Says:

    Aight………Erybody have a merry xmas/happy chanukah/Ramadan/festivus or whateva makes you happy

  12. Slick Nick Says:

    I think Kay Slay need to fall back a bit. He trying to get more shine than Pap. That 1.5 mil is gonna get so swallowed up. Pap better go get some $100 beats cause when he finish paying back on that budget, he might be flat broke. He got a lot of vultures around him.

  13. illroots Says:

    pa poose pa pooooose
    i dont like papoose
    he sounds like a baby

  14. Aicheyearaem Says:

    Always knew poose was a fruit…

  15. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    icebergs pm verse of the day, sponsered by foxy brown

    In the black Camaro
    Firm deep all my niggaz hail the blackest sparrow
    Wallabee’s be the apparel
    Through the darkest tunnel, I got visions of multimillions
    in the biggest bundle, in the Lex pushed by my nigga Jungle
    He money bags got Moet, Sean Don
    Bundle of sixty-two, they ain’t got a clue what we about to do
    My whole team we shittin hard like Czar
    Sosa, Foxy Brown, Cormega, and Escobar
    I keep a fat marquis piece, laced in all the illest snake skin
    Armani sweaters Carolina Hebrera
    Be The Firm baby, from BK to the ‘Bridge
    My nigga Wiz, operation Firm Biz, so what the deal is
    I keep a phat jew-el, sippin Crist-ies
    Sittin on top of fifty grand in the Nautica Van, uhh!
    We stay incogni’ like all them thug niggaz in Marcy
    The Gods, they praise Allah with visions of Gandhi
    Bet it on, my whole crew is Don Juan
    On Cayman Island with a case of Cristal and Papa Chula spoke
    Nigga with them Cubans that snort coke
    Raw though, an ounce mixed wit leak that’s pure though
    Flippin the bigger picture, the bigger nigga with the cheddar
    Was mad dripper, he had a fuckin villa in Manilla
    We got to flee to Panama, but wait it’s half and half
    Keys is one and two-fifth, so how we flip
    Thirty-two grams raw, chop it in half, get sixteen, double it times three
    We got forty-eight, which mean a whole lot of cream
    Divide the profit by four, subtract it by eight
    We back to sixteen, now add the other two that ‘Mega bringin through
    So let’s see, if we flip this other key
    Then that’s more for me, mad coke and mad leak
    Plus a five hundred, cut in half is two-fifty
    Now triple that times three, we got three quarters of another key
    The Firm baby, volume one uhh..

  16. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    FRUITS Of Labor
    ————
    the perfect name for these two cats

  17. carpemundus Says:

    kay slay is like 60 years old. he needs to cool out

    http://www.carpemundus.com – old folks not wanted

  18. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    fynny how no one knows jayz wrote that verse for foxy…the refeence to “marcy thugs” the caymand island talk..the cristal talk all thru the verse

  19. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    that verse never added up correctly. Thats why they checks kept comin up short

  20. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    fynny how no one knows jayz wrote that verse for foxy…the refeence to “marcy thugs” the caymand island talk..the cristal talk all thru the verse
    ——–
    everybody knew that. Her first cd said shawn carter on every song of the credits

  21. iceberg slim AKA RAVISHING RICK RUDE Says:

    Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:00 pm
    fynny how no one knows jayz wrote that verse for foxy…the refeence to “marcy thugs” the caymand island talk..the cristal talk all thru the verse
    ——–
    everybody knew that. Her first cd said shawn carter on every song of the credits

    i know but that song is on nas’s album

  22. iceberg slim AKA RAVISHING RICK RUDE Says:

    it looks like if kay slay and papoose goes out to dinner and kay slay sees something on papoose plate that he wants he will just snatch it off his plate in the middle of the conversation and papoose will have just a blank stare looking down at his plate

  23. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    yo

  24. Foekist Says:

    Man get this Papoose bullshit out of here! That’s why the thread is so dry.

    *throws tomato at monitor*

  25. green eyes Says:

    lol @ slim. pap is looking a little underfed

  26. Big Will Says:

    Papoose sucks!!!!….Kay Slay is garbage and he keep up more shit than a teenage girl. NY just need to chill out and recognize that southern rap got the driver seat right now….with the exception of Jimmy Jones….That boy doing his thing, he is just victim of the unsaid rule that combating Jay-Z makes you wrong.

  27. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    pap looks like he’s gettin pimped

  28. iceberg slim AKA RAVISHING RICK RUDE Says:

    man its official young jeezy and hova got old girl fired..before xmas time now thats wrong

    Just weeks after an on-air confrontation with Young Jeezy, female rapper and radio host Monie Love is no longer working at Philly’s 100.3 The Beat WPHI-FM.

    Sources from the radio station confirmed to SOHH this morning that Monie (born Simone Wilson) is no longer employed there. Her departure from the station follows on the heels of her December 7 interview with Young Jeezy where the two argued vehemently over whether hip-hop is dead. During that conversation Jeezy also questioned

  29. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    HA HAAAAAAAAAA!

  30. Foekist Says:

    Pap’s new song is called “Guess Who’s Wack”

  31. iceberg slim AKA RAVISHING RICK RUDE Says:

    smh @ memphis bleek running around all happy than a 4 year old bcause xmas is coming and he is wonering what jayz is buying him for xmas…

    something is seriously wrong if bleek gives hova his xmas list..

  32. iceberg slim AKA RAVISHING RICK RUDE Says:

    magoo > papoose

  33. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    Jebus! Now they collectin for the security guards a “gift”. They stay in my pockets up here

  34. Foekist Says:

    iceberg slim AKA RAVISHING RICK RUDE Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:23 pm
    smh @ memphis bleek running around all happy than a 4 year old bcause xmas is coming and he is wonering what jayz is buying him for xmas…

    something is seriously wrong if bleek gives hova his xmas list..

    $$$$

    Bleek is just complacent. There’s nothing keeping him from having a nice little booty strip club song right now to get some paper and notoriety. If E40, and all these other old schoolers can come back and do it, I KNOW Bleek lazy ass can. He’s just happy where he is.

  35. Foekist Says:

    Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:23 pm
    Jebus! Now they collectin for the security guards a “gift”. They stay in my pockets up here

    $$$$

    I just don’t respond to the emails. I got family members that I ain’t buy a gift for, let alone some people i don’t even like.

  36. miss l Says:

    “ur girl got struck by a star she star struck”

    smh @ Pap

  37. Foekist Says:

    When it’s all said and done, being Jay’z #1 Weed Holder ain’t all that bad of a life. Somebody let me know when they’re accepting applications if Bleek resigns.

  38. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    @Miss L

    Who produced “Brown Beat”

  39. B.Payton Says:

    pap is kinda wack

  40. Foekist Says:

    B.Payton Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:30 pm
    pap is kinda wack

    $$$$

    Kinda?

  41. Foekist Says:

    Niggas *cough* like Eskay *cough* was on here swinging on his balls just a few months ago…

  42. iLL Change Says:

    Sai > Pap as a overall artist

  43. miss l Says:

    Just weeks after an on-air confrontation with Young Jeezy, female rapper and radio host Monie Love is no longer working at Philly’s 100.3 The Beat WPHI-FM.

    ^Who the hell really knew Monie in the middle was still around anyway? If it wasnt for that interview I would have never known she was a radio show host (or from UK). I thought she was disrespectful and her attitude was uncalled for but they could have waited til after the holidays to fire her ass

  44. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:23 pm
    Jebus! Now they collectin for the security guards a “gift”. They stay in my pockets up here

    its the same shit @ my job!!!! I just stop giving & they don’t even ask me anymore

  45. chonkyfire Says:

    Papoose spits amazing verses from time to time. He also floods the market with mixtapes which feature some forgettable material. He has oversaturated himself at the underground level and is unmarketable to the masses. Will his record sell millions? No. A classic? Probably not. But I look forward to it. Hopefully he can pick some dope beats if he can afford them.

  46. miss l Says:

    Who produced “Brown Beat”

    ^?

  47. Shanti Says:

    happy birthday green eyes

  48. iLL Change Says:

    this is supposed to be the beat for 50′s street single for his new album in 2007, produced by Dr. Dre…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hH2WMsguIG4 (audio)

  49. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    Foekist Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:28 pm
    When it’s all said and done, being Jay’z #1 Weed Holder ain’t all that bad of a life. Somebody let me know when they’re accepting applications if Bleek resigns.

    ill leave my family for that shit….c goodfellas…”u gotta go home, u gotta go home”

  50. green eyes Says:

    thanks shanti!

  51. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    I’m a rude nigga @ work on food days I never bring shit but I make like 4 or 5 plates…they be like what did u bring, I tell them I brought my appetite”

  52. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    smh @ no one here really doing any work but all looking like they r doing something

  53. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    smh @ no one here really doing any work but all looking like they r doing something
    ——
    yup. I’m cleanin out the young hut so come Wendesday I can crank out this work (no jeezy)

  54. landLORD Says:

    iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:48 pm
    I’m a rude nigga @ work on food days I never bring shit but I make like 4 or 5 plates…they be like what did u bring, I tell them I brought my appetite”

    ———————–

    … lmao … me too …

  55. miss l Says:

    @iLL
    I’m sure thats not gonna be 50′s first single
    that beat is lame..Dre’s been in a slump lately with beats
    I guess its a good thing Game worked with other producers for The Advocate
    and not the doctor

    @Shanti
    did u get the SQ4 mixtape? I posted the link awhile back when u asked for it
    did u like Lilweeziana? i thought there was a few nice tracks on it but alot of it was already released on other mixtapes

  56. Two-Times Says:

    @greeni

    Go shorty it’s birthday….
    Go shorty it’s birthday…

    We gon party like it’s ya birthday…..

    Courtesy of 50 ft. Two-Times

  57. iLL Change Says:

    happy birthday green

  58. Dug em, you owe me cousin, somethin told me plug him, So dumb, felt my leg burn, then it got numb Says:

    I’m known as the cheap cat around here myself. They askin for 6 bucks. YIKES!

  59. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    landLORD Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:55 pm
    iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:
    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:48 pm
    I’m a rude nigga @ work on food days I never bring shit but I make like 4 or 5 plates…they be like what did u bring, I tell them I brought my appetite”
    ———————–
    … lmao … me too …

    they look @ me with so much hatred

  60. iLL Change Says:

    >> I’m sure thats not gonna be 50’s first single
    that beat is lame..Dre’s been in a slump lately with beats

    i dony know if thats actually it, but i heard it was. you never know about that shit tho, they switch it up alot. but that beat is kinda wack, it doesnt really sound like some hip hop shit, more like the theme to a war movie or somethin. but i think Dre been doin hot shit lately (i.e. NaS – Hustlers, Jay – Lost Ones & Trouble, Busta – Goldmine, etc). his production goes in cycles where he uses the same sounds and instruments for a while, then he switches it up.

  61. Da Partystarter Says:

    Monie Love left 100.3 The Beat because of a contract impasse. Jigga, Jeezy nor Def Jam had anything to do with it. Go to Philly.com, then click on the link for The Philadelphia Daily News, then go to the “Yo” section. There is a small write up about it.
    That being said, I miss her in on the morning show.

    Happy Holidays

  62. green eyes Says:

    thanks ill & two

  63. kob killa Says:

    WOW skay u have the papoose post and not the New Fab “Da Boss” from professional 3….dont tell me nah right is falln off

  64. RC Says:

    ^^lmao @ Dug…
    True indeed; that “Secret Santa” nonsense gets no airplay around my cube…

    @ NahRight: Enjoy your holidays, fam! This is not my favorite time of the year (by far), but everything is everything.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xw0ZJGh9moA

  65. E From BK Says:

    Da Partystarter Says:
    December 22nd, 2006 at 4:03 pm

    Monie Love left 100.3 The Beat because of a contract impasse. Jigga, Jeezy nor Def Jam had anything to do with it. Go to Philly.com
    ==================================================
    Thanks for putting that in perspective. It’s amazing, I was just talking about SOME of these new posters. I think I read one of theses posters say that Monie was disrespectful in her interview and then tried to act like Monie ‘aint shit. That shit is hilarious. Monie was one of the first emcees of the female ilk to kick it on some know-the-ledge shit. Plus, she was very skilled technically. Jeezey wishes he had her lyrical ability. That guy was disrespectful by trying to ignore her status as someone who set the stage for him then he tried to dis London and if you know London, they have been down with the Hip Hop scene almost from the very beginning.

  66. nation Says:

    smh @ 65 comments

    still smh @ my grades

  67. hernandez Says:

    i’m glad pap calmed down a bit on this track. dude’s always yelling and seeing how many syllables he can fit in a verse

  68. iceberg slim aka im a champion Says:

    man this jamaican girl @ work is so sexy, I feel like reporting her to hr bcause of the clothes she wears…..that chick knows what she is doing…..c ice cube in friday talking about ms. parker

  69. nation Says:

    spanish jay = tony yayo of nahright

    humour wise

  70. Foekist Says:

    nation Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 4:34 pm
    spanish jay = tony yayo of nahright

    humour wise

    $$$$

    Lemme find out you’re a canadian spelling humor like that

  71. Foekist Says:

    canadians get shelltoes and elbows round here just for livin

  72. miss l Says:

    Happy Birthday green eyes! Hope wherever ur at the weathers better than where I’m at

    @E,
    Monie talked to Jeezy like a child with that “excuse me brother I been livin this for x amount of yrs” Cmon now we all understand commercialism changed the game and Hip Hop today is different and everyone (artists and fans) have been talkin about “what happened” for a LONG time. But ALOT of artists disagree with the statement not just Jeezy! Papoose said he disagrees with Nas that Hip Hop is dead. Styles says its in “critical condition” etc etc etc not everyone is straight up ready to agree with the statement “Hip Hop Is Dead” (not even NAs!) and Monie needs to accept that not everyone holds the same opinions as she does..her job was to do an interview not attack her guests.

    There was no need for Monie to talk to Jeezy like that. And I’m curious how often she talked about hip Hip being dead on her show before Nas titled his album it..Her ass wouldn’t be hosting the show she was hosting if the genre was dead. Its all a matter of opinion and in my opinion she came at a guest in a way that wasn’t provoked or necessary.

    And u saiid it best that Monie was ONE of the first. She wasnt the first and she wasnt the last.I use to listen to MANY female emcees from MC Lyte to Queen Latifah to Bahamadia but Monie in the middle was never one on my list, You might think she has a certain “status” and Jeezy didnt respect that but her current “status” is radio host and as a radio host u dont disrespect ur guests.

    I never said “she aint shit” but I will say she aint tha shit!

  73. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    # iceberg slim AKA RAVISHING RICK RUDE Says:
    December 22nd, 2006 at 3:04 pm

    it looks like if kay slay and papoose goes out to dinner and kay slay sees something on papoose plate that he wants he will just snatch it off his plate in the middle of the conversation and papoose will have just a blank stare looking down at his plate

    ^looool

    looks like hes packing heat by his belt!

  74. nation Says:

    >> Lemme find out you’re a canadian spelling humor like that

    lemme find out you don’t spell humour like that

  75. nation Says:

    >> it looks like if kay slay and papoose goes out to dinner and kay slay sees something on papoose plate that he wants he will just snatch it off his plate in the middle of the conversation

    yeah kay slay got mad at pap getting 1.5 mil he wanted 1.5 meals

  76. miss l Says:

    Just lookin at the pic of Pap is too funny.
    Guess 1.5 mil cant buy him style on or off the mic
    from the hat to the shirt to the jacket to the watch shit is wack!

  77. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    ^lol, can imagine pap tryna holla at miss l and miss l saying something like “nigga pleez, haha you aint gettin no play in that played out ginogreen shirt didnt your man fif rock that….you got 1.5 mil !! i mean dayum, at least buy a jacobs insted of an aquamaster…

    i need some piff…

  78. Foekist Says:

    Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 4:49 pm
    ^lol, can imagine pap tryna holla at miss l and miss l saying something like “nigga pleez, haha you aint gettin no play in that played out ginogreen shirt didnt your man fif rock that….you got 1.5 mil !! i mean dayum, at least buy a jacobs insted of an aquamaster…

    i need some piff…

    $$$$

    I got one rolled in the whip right now. I’m stuck here on a got damn Friday working until 8pm . As soon as everybody leaves I’m bout to light it up.

  79. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    That guy was disrespectful by trying to ignore her status as someone who set the stage for him then he tried to dis London and if you know London, they have been down with the Hip Hop scene almost from the very beginning.

    ^woorrrrrd to the mother bird!

  80. green eyes Says:

    I got one rolled in the whip right now. I’m stuck here on a got damn Friday working until 8pm . As soon as everybody leaves I’m bout to light it up.

    ^^ sucks to be you. hope you are at least getting some overtime pay

  81. Two-Times Says:

    Papoose is signed to Violator… that means he going to do shit…

  82. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    @ foe

    fa sho’! i might have to go on a run soon…

    smoke the majiwuana an get hiiiiiiiiigh/stay above the wickeds and flllllllyyyyyyyy (c) sizzla

  83. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    Happy B-Day Green Eyes!!

  84. moneyray Says:

    pap Is The TRuth…wats good yall…HOMe for 12 days BAby….

  85. green eyes Says:

    thanks made!

  86. Foekist Says:

    green eyes Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 4:56 pm
    I got one rolled in the whip right now. I’m stuck here on a got damn Friday working until 8pm . As soon as everybody leaves I’m bout to light it up.

    ^^ sucks to be you. hope you are at least getting some overtime pay

    $$$$

    *grumpy voice*

    Happy B DAy greenie!
    I’m not getting overtime we work swing shifts (no will smif)

  87. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    just some random questions floatin around my head after listening to that interview…..

    does anybody here LIVE hiphop….if so how can a person live more hiphop like…

    is it possible for someone to live more hiphop then someone else???

    an if you had it hard growing up, does that make you hiphop???

    i dont think you can live hiphop ….but krs thinks you can, graffin = art, breakdance = dance, hiphop=music, ebonics/rap?? = language

  88. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    i dont need answers just seeing what people think..

    an what about for a dude like jayz….ok he loves hiphop, but its gotta be dead fa dudes lke him, worried about the bottom line/dollar……

  89. Foekist Says:

    Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 5:12 pm
    just some random questions floatin around my head after listening to that interview…..

    does anybody here LIVE hiphop….if so how can a person live more hiphop like…

    is it possible for someone to live more hiphop then someone else???

    an if you had it hard growing up, does that make you hiphop???

    i dont think you can live hiphop ….but krs thinks you can, graffin = art, breakdance = dance, hiphop=music, ebonics/rap?? = language

    $$$$

    *flushes joint*
    What the HELL is you smokin?
    Lemme hit THAT shit

  90. Foekist Says:

    does anybody here LIVE hiphop….if so how can a person live more hiphop like…

    $$$$

    The definition of what hip hop really is varies according to who you’re talking to, where they’re from, and when they were born. That’s why the phrase “Hip hop is dead” is very subjective. It’s not concrete.

    Nas think hip hop is dead (and I happen to agree), because he came up around the breakdancing and graffiti, Jeezy on the other hand knows nothing about that, so he seriously disagrees.

  91. Two-Times Says:

    i run hip-hop……g-unit runs hip hop……

    i run hip-hop……g-unit runs hip hop……

    Real

    Nah I don’t know

  92. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    lol, im as sober as a mountie…….but if you get it, you get it

    like some ppl say they live hiphop how can it be dead……and some people just listen, an admire the culture as 1part of the music industry…..

  93. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    neway i need to get a fix before the nights out……ah’ll holla

  94. Two-Times Says:

    Real

    an if you had it hard growing up, does that make you hiphop???

    ^ I don’t really think so on that one

  95. green eyes Says:

    lol- thanks foe

    @ real:
    >>is it possible for someone to live more hiphop then someone else???
    good question- i mean is 50, for example, more hip hop, than eskay just because he raps? is Eliott Wilson more Hip Hop than Nation just becvause he has a magazine?

    >>an if you had it hard growing up, does that make you hiphop???
    hell no. that just means you had it rough

    >>i dont think you can live hiphop ….but krs thinks you can, graffin = art, breakdance = dance, hiphop=music, ebonics/rap?? = language
    i know many graf artists and bboys who are more along the skater/rocker/alt lines than hip hop. take that as you will

  96. Exclusive rap hip hop spot | Rap Hip Hop News Says:

    bigg tunee

  97. miss l Says:

    Nas think hip hop is dead (and I happen to agree), because he came up around the breakdancing and graffiti, Jeezy on the other hand knows nothing about that, so he seriously disagrees.

    ^I’m sure Jeezy respects art and dance as much as the next person but breakin was mostly big in the 80s by the 90s no one was breakin to Illmatic or Shook Ones or Enta Da Stage..shit changes

    Dance is still a part of hip hop (and most hate that it is!) and graf is too but most artist who were taggin trains then are doing commercial shit now (guess they arent hip hop anymore to some) u could say ppl who do shit like mixtape cover artwork or design tshirts and clothing etc are the new hip hop artists.
    yeah shit CHANGES. Ppl still break..Rocksteady still exists but is it suppose to stay the SAME forever?

    Art & dance are still a part of the music
    Ppl act like cause its not the same art or dance its dead and thats ridiculous

  98. Foekist Says:

    ^I’m sure Jeezy respects art and dance as much as the next person but breakin was mostly big in the 80s by the 90s no one was breakin to Illmatic or Shook Ones or Enta Da Stage..shit changes

    $$$$

    keywords: came up

  99. miss l Says:

    mixtape artwork was probally the worse example i could give but u get the point..if purists had their way hip hop wouldn’t only be dead but it would have been buried about a decade ago and no one would even care about someone droppin an album titled hip hop is dead and none of us would be on nahright discussing it

  100. Foekist Says:

    if purists had their way hip hop wouldn’t only be dead but it would have been buried about a decade ago and no one would even care about someone droppin an album titled hip hop is dead and none of us would be on nahright discussing it

    $$$$

    how so

  101. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    intresting views man….

    aiight what about this…has hiphop died as an artform/music/expression what with all the shucking an jiving goin on nowdays

    or are artist just not what they used to be and too easily manufactured,,,,,,,where are the nas’s, jay’s,snoops,meths,fat joes….ayt forget joe

    cause like it or not…give it about 8-10 yrs and all these platinum sellers T.I./fif/game/cheezy/ etc. will be considered hiphop legends/greats…..probly getting a 5mic ssource rating on the 4-6 album because there better then the newer guys or household names

    anyway my rants over…….the industry killed hiphop, we just too dumb to realise yet but they smart enough to know that.

    peace an god bless

  102. miss l Says:

    keywords: came up

    ^shit nas might have came up during those days but if without breakin its not hip hop to u then Nas was never “hip hop” cause by the time illmatic dropped it was more about postin and lookin hard in the club than spinnin on ur back

  103. Paperstacker Says:

    Young Cheesy is a disgrace to hip Hop, He doesn’t do Hip Hop, He just raps. Theres a difference between the two. Anyone with some corny adlibs who moved a little work “like he claimed” can be a Young Jeezy, or a rapper for that matter. There are a hundred Young Jeezy’s out there today. TI, Trick Daddy, D4L, Franchise Boys, they are all versions of Young Cheesy.

    Theres nothing that stands out about these Young chessies above, they don’t have lyricism, they don’t mix both conscious rap and crack rap together, its always about that white in their rhymes. They don’t talk about anything worthwhile in their lyrics. They don’t even know the essence of Hip Hop.

    If you like Young Chessy’s album, then give all the credit to the producers. These days, in hip hop, its all about the beat. You have a nice club track, or some timbo track that’ll be hot in the clubs and you can put any wack rapper from Young Joc to Franchise Boys on it and it’ll be a nice track. With that being said I liked some songs off the Cheesy album only because of the beats.

  104. Foekist Says:

    miss l Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 5:58 pm
    keywords: came up

    ^shit nas might have came up during those days but if without breakin its not hip hop to u then Nas was never “hip hop” cause by the time illmatic dropped it was more about postin and lookin hard in the club than spinnin on ur back

    $$$$

    the point is that Nas and Jeezy came up around different environments, so their perception of what’s real or fake is different.

  105. Foekist Says:

    Paper,

    I wouldn’t really put Trick Daddy in the category with those others you mentioned. Trick Daddy is more of a Tupac/Jeezy hybrid type of dude. I wouldn’t mention him and Jeezy in the same category

  106. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    trick daddy is no pac

  107. Foekist Says:

    Paper,

    Other than that, I agree wholeheartedly with what you sayin chief

  108. miss l Says:

    Paperstacker Says:
    Young Cheesy is a disgrace to hip Hop, He doesn’t do Hip Hop, He just raps. Theres a difference between the two. Anyone with some corny adlibs who moved a little work “like he claimed” can be a Young Jeezy, or a rapper for that matter. There are a hundred Young Jeezy’s out there today. TI, Trick Daddy, D4L, Franchise Boys, they are all versions of Young Cheesy.

    ^if hes not hip hop then how can he be a “disgrace to hip hop” ?

    and if theres “a hundred” Jeezys then hes gotta do real big for the other 99 that arent gonna make it lol

    and u sayin TI & Trick are both versions of Jeezy just shows that u dont respect or listen to any of those three artists therefore u can keep ur uninformed comments to yourself. Atleast listen to an artist before u diss them. I always do or I keep my comments to my damn self!

  109. Foekist Says:

    Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:03 pm
    trick daddy is no pac

    $$$$

    Got DAMN! You’re not listening. I said he’s a hybrid, era wise. Trick talk about some real shit here and there, I don’t really hear him talk about alot of that crack shit. he talk about being a THUG

  110. Foekist Says:

    and u sayin TI & Trick are both versions of Jeezy just shows that u dont respect or listen to any of those three artists therefore u can keep ur uninformed comments to yourself. Atleast listen to an artist before u diss them. I always do or I keep my comments to my damn self!

    $$$$

    AMEN! Paper, I know you ain’t gon’ let a chick straight punk you out like dat iz ya?

  111. Foekist Says:

    Papoose look like a deer

  112. Foekist Says:

    orrrrrrrr…. a kangaroo… I gotta roll with kangaroo

  113. nation Says:

    >> is Eliott Wilson more Hip Hop than Nation just becvause he has a magazine?

    answer is no

  114. nation Says:

    >> I gotta roll with kangaroo

    co-siggity

  115. Foekist Says:

    “torcha, torcha muthaphuka WHAT…. I’ll fuggin, I’ll fuggin… make you work till EIGHT oclock on a fuggin FRIDAY night, right before Christmas while everybody else is travelin, piffin, and all KINDS of ‘ol fun shit!”

    *sobs in self pity*

  116. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    I noticed that most of the bloggers on here with the most diverse hip hop taste are from either the south or the midwest. Most of the east coast cats on here have never even listened to half of the stuff they call wack, outside of a single or two.

  117. Foekist Says:

    Kangaroose… I like it.

  118. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    lol @ kangaroo…i can see it

  119. Foekist Says:

    MadeInMilwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:13 pm
    I noticed that most of the bloggers on here with the most diverse hip hop taste are from either the south or the midwest. Most of the east coast cats on here have never even listened to half of the stuff they call wack, outside of a single or two.

    $$$$

    They tend to a bit of arrogance when it comes to hip hop because that’s where it started. It’s understandable though.

  120. miss l Says:

    lol @ both ur silly comments Foekist

    Sorry u workin late the weekend before Christmas.
    Thats messed up.

  121. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    I think growing up in a “New York” state of minds has caused a lot of ya’ll to be stuck in ya’ll ways. While fans from the midwest and the south were listening to everything, ya’ll only listened to what was going on in you neck of the woods.

  122. iLL Change Says:

    http://www.tinyurl.com/w9w3o vs. http://www.tinyurl.com/8odtr

  123. Foekist Says:

    smh

    http://tinyurl.com/yx64wp

  124. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    Foekist Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:14 pm
    MadeInMilwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:13 pm
    I noticed that most of the bloggers on here with the most diverse hip hop taste are from either the south or the midwest. Most of the east coast cats on here have never even listened to half of the stuff they call wack, outside of a single or two.

    $$$$

    They tend to a bit of arrogance when it comes to hip hop because that’s where it started. It’s understandable though.

    ^ Only to a degree. At some point you have to be willing to at least listen before you past judgement. That we started hip hop, so we decide whats hot and whats not shit is old.

  125. Foekist Says:

    smh

    tinyurl.com/yx64wp

  126. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    iLL Change Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:18 pm
    http://www.tinyurl.com/w9w3o vs. http://www.tinyurl.com/8odtr

    ^ I got money on the bird!!

  127. nation Says:

    >> http://www.tinyurl.com/w9w3o vs. http://www.tinyurl.com/8odtr

    lmao

  128. Foekist Says:

    iLL Change Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:18 pm
    http://www.tinyurl.com/w9w3o vs. http://www.tinyurl.com/8odtr

    $$$$

    Dam, I don’t know which picture was scarier. Kangaroos look like his breath smell like old piss and cigar smoke

  129. Foekist Says:

    ^ Only to a degree. At some point you have to be willing to at least listen before you past judgement. That we started hip hop, so we decide whats hot and whats not shit is old.

    $$$$

    I agree. Ford Motor company fell behind in technology and sales because Henry Ford refused to upgrade his Model T for years, since he started the shit.

    See ma! I DID learn SOMETHING in school!

  130. nation Says:

    >> Because he was going with Beyonce at the time and me and Bee is the same age. So I got rid of his baby and yes I feel bad and everything, I do regret it but it was for the best. And I was into my work more than him, so that is why Jay put me in his “Lost Ones”.

    *stern camel face expresiion*

    >> I am also in the process of writting a Tell All Book….

    you shoulda mentioned that from jump, i would have not read all that

  131. miss l Says:

    They tend to a bit of arrogance when it comes to hip hop because that’s where it started. It’s understandable though.

    ^I don’t think its understandable at all but luckily most the cats I meet on the east coast arent like the ones on the blogs. Most are opened minded But a few are like the ones on here but after they actually listen to the music they start with the “well I like this track but…well yeah I like this one too but…” then next thing u know they hatin ass is tryin to steal cds out my ride and shit and i’m like nope u better go bump some grafh or papoose..they tha future..u aint heard? lmao!

  132. Foekist Says:

    I don’t care HOW fine Beyonce is, if she got halitosis, I couldn’t fugg wit er. Been there done that.

  133. nation Says:

    even though she’s lying, if it would be true, this shit would just be another write off for jay

  134. Foekist Says:

    you shoulda mentioned that from jump, i would have not read all that

    $$$$

    my biddad. Man it’s a shame, you can’t trust NOBODY no more. You from the era where snitchin is the SHIT… (c)Jay camel

  135. Foekist Says:

    ^I don’t think its understandable at all but luckily most the cats I meet on the east coast arent like the ones on the blogs. Most are opened minded But a few are like the ones on here but after they actually listen to the music they start with the “well I like this track but…well yeah I like this one too but…” then next thing u know they hatin ass is tryin to steal cds out my ride and shit and i’m like nope u better go bump some grafh or papoose..they tha future..u aint heard? lmao!

    $$$$

    How can you not understand that? I didn’t say AGREE, I said that I empathize. It’s hard to open up to another person’s way of viewing something if you originated the whole genre or category or whatever. I think it’s human nature.

  136. Foekist Says:

    okayyyy. time for a piff break

  137. moneyray Says:

    LOL…I think im the only nigga on myspace wit this song on my pro

  138. LL(not the rappa) Says:

    Happy Holidays and New Year to all yall nah rightians.

  139. strong chef Says:

    whats really hood, foekist, ll, money, nation, miss l

  140. nation Says:

    happy kwanzaa and happy hannukah

    keep it gutter

  141. Dr Flav Says:

    “Yeeeaah! HA-HAA! 17.5, White like ya teeth!” Jeezy

  142. nation Says:

    >> “Yeeeaah! HA-HAA! 17.5, White like ya teeth!” Jeezy

    *jaw drops* i was wrong.

  143. moneyray Says:

    watSs good merry christmas…we dont do hannukah over here

  144. strong chef Says:

    im off to see nas @ nokia

    *thumpin the dirty harry mixtape*

    later

  145. Foekist Says:

    What it do Strong. Man I’m waiting for 8pm to roll around like never before. I feel like it’s new years or something. Just piffed in the whip, rolled a L for the highway, it’s fuckin party time in this boy

  146. Foekist Says:

    *shakes head in shame from incriminating himself*
    *feels tap on shoulder*
    *spins around in chair in cubicle*

    Hi… boss.

  147. miss l Says:

    nation Says:
    happy kwanzaa and happy hannukah

    keep it gutter

    ^kayne has a drop on Hot 97 wishing everyone a happy holidays and he says some shit like “happy kwanzaa to all the artists and happy hannukah to all the record label owners” i heard it a few days ago i thought it was funny

    what up chef? we just politickin..same ole same ole

    LL(not the rappa) Says:
    Happy Holidays and New Year to all yall nah rightians.

    ^right back atcha

  148. miss l Says:

    Njoy the show Chef and stay dry.

    Foekist hope next time u look at the clock its 8!

    I’m out.

  149. Foekist Says:

    “happy kwanzaa to all the artists and happy hannukah to all the record label owners”

    $$$$

    Wow. So true.

  150. Dr Flav Says:

    Holiday Greetings to the Nah Right staff and clientel. I havent been able to post comments for a couple of months, but I been checkin comments and been enlightened and entertained. Shout out to all that have the attention span to remember ol’ Doc Fliv-ave.

  151. Foekist Says:

    miss l Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 7:08 pm
    Njoy the show Chef and stay dry.

    Foekist hope next time u look at the clock its 8!

    I’m out.

    $$$$

    *6 year old’s voice*

    Nuh uh, it say se’um twelve.

  152. D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) Says:

    Paperstacker Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:00 pm
    Young Cheesy is a disgrace to hip Hop, He doesn’t do Hip Hop, He just raps. Theres a difference between the two. Anyone with some corny adlibs who moved a little work “like he claimed” can be a Young Jeezy, or a rapper for that matter. There are a hundred Young Jeezy’s out there today. TI, Trick Daddy, D4L, Franchise Boys, they are all versions of Young Cheesy.

    Theres nothing that stands out about these Young chessies above, they don’t have lyricism, they don’t mix both conscious rap and crack rap together, its always about that white in their rhymes. They don’t talk about anything worthwhile in their lyrics. They don’t even know the essence of Hip Hop.

    If you like Young Chessy’s album, then give all the credit to the producers. These days, in hip hop, its all about the beat. You have a nice club track, or some timbo track that’ll be hot in the clubs and you can put any wack rapper from Young Joc to Franchise Boys on it and it’ll be a nice track. With that being said I liked some songs off the Cheesy album only because of the beats.

    ^^^

    I agree with most of that.

  153. nation Says:

    >> happy kwanzaa to all the artists and happy hannukah to all the record label owners

    wow

  154. D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) Says:

    >>“Yeeeaah! HA-HAA! 17.5, White like ya teeth!” Jeezy

    Jeezy and his amazing similies and metaphores.

  155. D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) Says:

    Now i might be thinking alittle too fast right now but….Jeezy = Next best rapper? Just joking…. obviously

    I’ve heard atleast 30 Jeezy type artists in my area. And yes they’re all terrible like Jeezy. Some have adlibs some don’t(they all think they’re dope too, jokes on them though)

  156. Foekist Says:

    D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 7:13 pm
    >>“Yeeeaah! HA-HAA! 17.5, White like ya teeth!” Jeezy

    Jeezy and his amazing similies and metaphores.

    $$$$

    Right… Like, how does he think of this amazing material.

  157. 911 Says:

    MadeInMilwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:13 pm
    I noticed that most of the bloggers on here with the most diverse hip hop taste are from either the south or the midwest. Most of the east coast cats on here have never even listened to half of the stuff they call wack, outside of a single or two.

    Goes in the Top ten comment of the year file…….salute Made.

  158. Dr Flav Says:

    nation, you know what it is…DA DURTY SOWF! Goodie Mob LOL Comment on Monie Love though, thought she was hot, till I bought that wack album she took forever to put out, for Monie in the Middle to have been the dopest track on there was just sad.

  159. 911 Says:

    flatline…..

  160. D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) Says:

    MadeInMilwaukee….Since1979 Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 6:13 pm
    I noticed that most of the bloggers on here with the most diverse hip hop taste are from either the south or the midwest. Most of the east coast cats on here have never even listened to half of the stuff they call wack, outside of a single or two.

    ^^

    I’m not from the Eastcoast, but i can tell the difference from good and trash. And you wouldn’t know how many arguements i get in because idiots actually think Old Man Lil Wayne is actually the best rapper alive(funny isn’t it?)

    Or heres another funny ass think i heard not to long ago

    “Juelz Santana is lyrically gifted”

    Now that one had me cracking up.

  161. Dr Flav Says:

    @ The Marriot must of dropped six Magnums, Hit the Dodge lot must have copped six Magnums. Snowman I dont know why some people dont enjoy that shit, I mean G Rap is in my top 5, but Jeezy clever with the wordplay.

  162. Foekist Says:

    but Jeezy clever with the wordplay.

    $$$$

    please tell me you’re kidding

  163. Foekist Says:

    “Juelz Santana is lyrically gifted”

    $$$$

    I’d give Kangaroose the nod over Juelz anyday.

  164. D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) Says:

    >>but Jeezy clever with the wordplay.

    No…..not clever at all. Anyone can rap like him, it doesn’t require a brain.

    “They call me Jeezy the Snowman
    Because everytime i’m around i got that Snow-MAN!”

    Thats the type of shit Jeezy would say, literally.

  165. Dr Flav Says:

    Slay just look like a RapeNYOU record exec, Being a street sweeper > shining to Streetsweepers ENT.

  166. nation Says:

    aight i’m about to go get my christmas partying on. happy holidays to all, enjoy yourselves even though you don’t believe in this holiday shit, or if you know it’s a distraction, it’s still an oppurtunity to kick back and enjoy life. stick it to the man no homo

    and try not to drink and drive, if you are drinking, make sure it’s something good and that you have a safe ride home. i need you all here next week for my Primetime special: Christmas Etherial 06′ and the new years eve show

    1 yoselves

  167. Dr Flav Says:

    DN, its not to far off from rhymin lil nigga with lil nigga. (yes camel) Its dudes personality that wins, I knew dudes just like Jeezy, before I heard a Jeezy track. Some of his shit is a virtual play by play of flippin, albeit a lil more info then should be shared.

  168. Paperstacker Says:

    and u sayin TI & Trick are both versions of Jeezy just shows that u dont respect or listen to any of those three artists therefore u can keep ur uninformed comments to yourself. Atleast listen to an artist before u diss them. I always do or I keep my comments to my damn self!

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

    You can categorize TI and Jeezy as the same rappers in a way. First off what do they rap about constantly?? Trapping. Moving that white. Name one song where these two chessy rappers have rapped about anything significant or worthwhile. Name one line from either of them off the top of ur head. Both TI and Jeezy have no lyrical skills, what seperates them from the other southern rappers like D4L? Expensive beats from Timberland and Pharell, thats it. I like TI, but hes overated. To place him in the Souths elite misrepresents the south. Everytime I hear whos top in the south as in Hip hop, I think of Little Brother, Luda, Scarface, Outkast, who are all some of my favorite artists. Then someone always adds TI. Cause what he sold a specific amount in a week? I mean Lil waynes a better lyricist than TI. (n/h)

  169. Foekist Says:

    Both TI and Jeezy have no lyrical skills,

    $$$$

    I don’t know about that one… Did you hear his verse on Justin Timberlake song? I don’t like his subject matter, but TI got flow, son. Don’t get it twisted

  170. Paperstacker Says:

    Yeah Foe, I mean their lyrical skills are mediocre. TI got flow, but flow and lyrical content are two different things.

  171. D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) Says:

    My favorite Young Jeezy bars.

    You don’t like it do something nigga
    Where I’m from if we don’t like it we do something nigga

    I can’t even get into how complex that is. When i heard it, i had to rewind it over and over again on some “did he just say that!!” type shit.

  172. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    @ Paperstacker

    You got a right to ur own opinion, but I dont think you even listen to T.I., if you did you would see that he not overrated at all. Go listen to Just doing my job, still aint forgave myself, I still love you,Live in the sky. I sure you would feel different afterwards.

  173. Dr Flav Says:

    Thats what I mean DN, its the way he says it. Im more likely to hear someone quote that in a convo and associate it with something they going through, as opposed to “battle star shogun, explosive when my pen hits, tremendous ultra violet light blinds forensics.” Dope line nevertheless, but the average folk dont converse that way.

  174. Dr Flav Says:

    cosign Made In Milwaukee.

  175. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    I always thought an artist was suppose to connect with the fans. People want southern rappers to be complex just for the hell of it, never mind of people really understand it or if it even makes since. Jay said it best on ” Blueprint 2″.

  176. Dr Flav Says:

    Thats what I came to understand about movements, fans can actually get close enough to touch these rappers and they dont talk at or above them, they talk to them and for them.

  177. Dr Flav Says:

    Im out in search of party favors to get my festivities on. Peace Y’all

  178. miss l Says:

    D.N.(The Kufi Smacker) Says:
    You don’t like it do something nigga
    Where I’m from if we don’t like it we do something nigga

    ^Sometimes less is more. Some ppl can appreciate the beauty of simplicity some can’t. I think ppl from the south tend to appreciate it alot more than ppl from the north do.

    Paperstacker Says:
    First off what do they rap about constantly?? Trapping. Moving that white.
    Both TI and Jeezy have no lyrical skills

    ^That yayo shit is irrelevant. You can’t hide the fact that Jeezys intelligent. Street smart with alittle book sense and alot of common sense.

    When Jeezy says shit like “how deep? deep as the the abyss” he knows lyrically that shit has been said a million times..we all do..Its not ALWAYS about “lyrical skills”

    Paperstacker Says:
    To place him in the Souths elite misrepresents the south.

    ^ elite |əˈlēt; āˈlēt| noun 1 a group of people considered to be the best in a particular society or category, esp. because of their power, talent, OR wealth

    Both TI and Jeezy can be considered ppl who represent “the Souths elite”

    And u sayin shit like TI never raps “about anything significant or worthwhile” proves you’ve never really listened to much TI and ur not a fan so thats ur somewhat bias opinion.

  179. Shanti Says:

    And u sayin shit like TI never raps “about anything significant or worthwhile” proves you’ve never really listened to much TI and ur not a fan so thats ur somewhat bias opinion.

    ^^co-sign. listen to those songs made in milwaukee listed and add “what happened” to that list.

  180. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    I got mac mall,E-40,Spice 1, Geto Boys, Devin the Dude, Crucial Conflict, Fiend,Mia X, 2 Live Crew, Lupe, Biggie, Pun in my collection. Thats diversity. If the only southern artists in your collection are Outkast and Scarface, you cant really tell me anything.

  181. Shanti Says:

    what up made.

  182. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    What it do Shanti? How school going?

  183. D. Billz Says:

    DJ Drama Michael Jackson Gangsta Grills > southern hip hop

    …” then next thing u know they hatin ass is tryin to steal cds out my ride

    ^Nobody wants your Best of Jibbs, FOH!

  184. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    Whats good Billz?

  185. Shanti Says:

    @ made

    this semester is finally over so now i can sit back and relax for a couple of weeks. i’m back in NC for a couple of days now. everything is everything.

  186. D. Billz Says:

    I got mac mall,E-40,Spice 1, Geto Boys, Devin the Dude, Crucial Conflict, Fiend,Mia X, 2 Live Crew, Lupe, Biggie, Pun in my collection.

    ^Ahh, that’s better.

  187. D. Billz Says:

    Milwaukee… Aint shit chiefo, what’s poppin?

  188. Shanti Says:

    made…did i tell you i finally listened to that yo gotti mixtape? i like that shit alot…i don’t understand why he’s slept on so hard. i heard he dropped a retail and everything? have you checked that out?

  189. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    @ Billz

    At work waiting for quiting time.

    @ Shanti

    Any new music I need to be checking out down that way?

  190. D. Billz Says:

    At work waiting for quiting time.

    ^That sucks. They set us free at 1:30.

  191. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    Shanti Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 9:16 pm
    made…did i tell you i finally listened to that yo gotti mixtape? i like that shit alot…i don’t understand why he’s slept on so hard. i heard he dropped a retail and everything? have you checked that out?

    ^ Naw I aint check it out. My boy was trying to get me to listen to it but I passed. To me All-Star is the dude to check for. I like dude on everything I’ve heard so far.

  192. MadeInMilwaukee....Since1979 Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    December 22nd, 2006 at 9:19 pm
    At work waiting for quiting time.

    ^That sucks. They set us free at 1:30.

    ^ They giving us, us free at 10:00

  193. Shanti Says:

    @ made

    there’s this new cat but i have no idea what his name is or how his song goes
    ( i just heard it the other day for the first time). i like his lil single though…i’ve been out of the loop for like the last 2 months because of exams. i have no idea what’s going on in the A music wise lately because i’ve been locked in the damn library for like 12-15 hours a day. thank God that is over for this semester. law school sucks.

  194. Shanti Says:

    alright i’m out.

  195. miss l Says:

    Billz,
    I didn’t even need to read ur comment when I saw ur name
    I heard youtubeDOTcom/watch?v=pgZCjcFBBJU

    Smh @ ur trouble makin ass.
    The only Best of Jibbs you’ll catch me with is if theres a Best of Jibbs that doesn’t feature Jibbs.

  196. e-dubbs Says:

    someone please tell Pap that the #9 tshirts and hoodies gotta go..

  197. D. Billz Says:

    Billz,
    I didn’t even need to read ur comment when I saw ur name
    I heard youtubeDOTcom/watch?v=pgZCjcFBBJU

    ^Smh @ you STILL maskin’ URL’s like Es don’t let us post links. At the end of the day…

    Monie > Jeezy

  198. Paperstacker Says:

    elite |əˈlēt; āˈlēt| noun 1 a group of people considered to be the best in a particular society or category, esp. because of their power, talent, OR wealth

    Both TI and Jeezy can be considered ppl who represent “the Souths elite”

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

    who are u kidding, when the term elite applies to hip hop its used in a different context. Wealth isn’t used to judge the best rappers so don’t switch it around like you don’t know what i meant.

  199. D. Billz Says:

    someone please tell Pap that the #9 tshirts and hoodies gotta go..

    ^So I guess you’re not gettin’ the Gino Green leisure suit…

  200. D. Billz Says:

    ..Its not ALWAYS about “lyrical skills”

    ^Statements like that is why I put her on convo restriction. That’s like sayin’ cookin’ isn’t always about havin’ the right ingredients.

    Smh

  201. D. Billz Says:

    “either they rap and aint real, or real and can’t rap” (c) Serius Jones

  202. D. Billz Says:

    Madd hungry… I’m out…

    1

  203. Paperstacker Says:

    “either they rap and aint real, or real and can’t rap” (c) Serius Jones

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

    Gues serious Jones falls into the can rap but aint real catagory.

  204. miss l Says:

    Paperstacker Says:
    when the term elite applies to hip hop its used in a different context

    ^If u say so…
    Yes I was being sarcastic I know since u like to talk about the “essence of Hip Hop” u were refering to lyrical skills or as u might call it lyrical elitism. Just because I listen to Jeezy doesn’t mean I put him in the Souths lyrical elite. You came up with that shit not me.

    You dont even listen to an artist and then claim their “a disgrace to hip Hop”

    smh @ ur elistist mentality
    ____

    D. Billz Says:
    Smh @ you STILL maskin’ URL’s like Es don’t let us post links. At the end of the day…

    I see “your comment is awaiting moderation” on the regular so I’d rather mask my shit than have to copy n paste and waste another .5 secs..This way If u wanna look at it then u waste ur 5 secs not mines..time is money and unlike Paperstacker I actually be stackin paper so my time is of the essence

  205. miss l Says:

    D. Billz Says:
    That’s like sayin’ cookin’ isn’t always about havin’ the right ingredients.

    ^Not “havin’ the right ingredients” is how I be comin up with my own special secret recipes..when your forced to improvise sometimes the dish ends up tasting better than the original would have

  206. Paperstacker Says:

    I see “your comment is awaiting moderation” on the regular so I’d rather mask my shit than have to copy n paste and waste another .5 secs..This way If u wanna look at it then u waste ur 5 secs not mines..time is money and unlike Paperstacker I actually be stackin paper so my time is of the essence

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

    HA! Taking time to defend Jeezy as a good rapper across the board isnt going to leave u with alot of time for that, thats like trying to argue the knicks are better than the Lakers, Its a never ending argument.

    Its aight, I understand you, u a Jeezy stan. Aint nothing wrong with that. We got Jay stans, Nas and Pac stans, and now Jeezy stans as well. Welcome aboard.

  207. e-dubbs Says:

    knicks won 3 in a row.. in zeke we trust.

  208. miss l Says:

    ^The way the term stan is thrown around it basically just means if u defend someone under any circumstances that someone else doesn’t like ur automatically a stan so I’ll be dat.

    I’m out for the the night.
    Eat Drink and Be Merry.

    And I cosign with nation on the Don’t Drink And Drive psa
    Thats definitely a warning we all need to heed but if u do drink and still drive please drive slow homie

  209. strongchef Says:

    damn, blowin my high early.

    tha Nas concert was fiiiiuuuuuaaayyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  210. strongchef Says:

    >>> knicks won 3 in a row.. in zeke we trust.

    *hopes Isiah gets fired*

    *hopes harder that Dolan retires*

  211. eskay Says:

    Nas + Cormega = :-)

  212. G7 Says:

    ^What a coincidence. I’m reading about the Firm reunion on sohh right now. I always wondered how Nas could squash it with Jay, but not Mega. But jay and nas is more on some business shit, nas and mega had a strong friendship. Never thought i’d see the day. I’m happy as hell!!!

  213. G7 Says:

    what did I miss here earlier? people defending Jeezy?!?! *scratches head in confusion*

  214. E From BK Says:

    miss l Says:
    December 22nd, 2006 at 11:17 pm

    You dont even listen to an artist and then claim their “a disgrace to hip Hop”

    smh @ ur elistist mentality
    ==================================================
    You are full of it. Some time ago you and I had a back and forth about the same exact thing. You were making comments about current KRS and PE projects without having heard any of it. Then I called you on the very same thing and you did not see a problem with it. Talk about someone being an elitist.

    The problem I have with some of you who enjoy a different brand of Hip Hop from me is that you all are the one that are elitist. You’re comments range from, “if I want knowledge I can go read a book” to “it don’t have to always be about lyrics” to “they sell a lot of records.” Then when I express what I like and why I prefer it then I’m a hater or I’m a elitist. Why can’t we just enjoy different things. I really don’t care if you like Jeezey. I don’t and I think is music is wack. Simple and plain. Also, it’s crazy to me that you spend time defending people like Jeezey when there are much better rappers out there. I live in Atlanta and truth be told, I’m disgusted that people like stic.man, 4ize and Killa Mike don’t get the love in their own region. It’s terrible how people are robots and allow the media to tell them what to buy, like or defend.

  215. D. Billz Says:

    The problem I have with some of you who enjoy a different brand of Hip Hop from me is that you all are the one that are elitist. You’re comments range from, “if I want knowledge I can go read a book” to “it don’t have to always be about lyrics” to “they sell a lot of records.” Then when I express what I like and why I prefer it then I’m a hater or I’m a elitist. Why can’t we just enjoy different things. I really don’t care if you like Jeezey. I don’t and I think is music is wack. Simple and plain. Also, it’s crazy to me that you spend time defending people like Jeezey when there are much better rappers out there. I live in Atlanta and truth be told, I’m disgusted that people like stic.man, 4ize and Killa Mike don’t get the love in their own region. It’s terrible how people are robots and allow the media to tell them what to buy, like or defend.

    ^Verbal slappage. Chuuch

  216. D. Billz Says:

    “if I don’t like it, I don’t like it, that don’t mean that I’m hatin’” (c) Common

  217. D. Billz Says:

    …. Have yall seen the lead singer from Soul For Real lately? I know he was a kid when he first came out. But over the years I heard he got involved the streets, had a few run-ins with the law, and even started rappin’. You might’ve heard of him. I think he’s callin’ himself Jae Hood…

  218. G7 Says:

    word to E from BK. Accepting Jeezy is basically saying its okay to like somebody with no musical talent. I’m into artists who strive to get better at what they do, work at their craft, show creativity. Money is important, but there has to be more to it than just coming into the game and grabing checks. Jeezy is talentless! Like E said there is much better in the south that deserve some shine.

  219. Two-Times Says:

    E from BK

    It’s terrible how people are robots and allow the media to tell them what to buy, like or defend.

    ^Great overall comments…… Especially that last one …. I really agree on that stuff…

  220. D. Billz Says:

    word to E from BK. Accepting Jeezy is basically saying its okay to like somebody with no musical talent. I’m into artists who strive to get better at what they do, work at their craft, show creativity. Money is important, but there has to be more to it than just coming into the game and grabing checks. Jeezy is talentless! Like E said there is much better in the south that deserve some shine.

    ^Co-siggity.

  221. strong chef Says:

    whats good nah right, that nas concert was bananas, the place went nuts *pause* when mega came out that was a good look.

  222. strong chef Says:

    oh and jeezey is gaebage!!!

  223. strong chef Says:

    *jeezy *garbage

  224. Two-Times Says:

    Chef

    What up homie…. Give me the details on that Nas concert…

    Did he play all his HHID joints or old stuff too?

  225. 7.0 Says:

    @ Eskay

    Since you have been known to give the latest and accurate posts, I was suprised you haven’t posted anything about UGK’s new song “Quit Hattin on The South” feautring Willie D of the Geto Boys.

    So, since you guys are behind on this here are some of the lyrics:

    Personally, I think to many people are once again misreading things and just assuming. And you know what happens when you assume don’t you, you make an ASS out of You. So this track (which by the way features Willie D of the Geto Boys) is more of a big “Fuck You” to the haters rather than a slap to The East as some have mistaken it to be. Yeah you got an not to happy Pimp C venting his frustrations in the beginning saying

    “We know that Hip-Hop started in The East, then it moved out to The West and got a little better…but now it’s our time to shine nigga/ but since ya’ll niggas keep sayin’ we aint real Hip-Hop down here/ we don’t wanna be down with you bitch ass niggas/ you can stay up there with all that bullshit/ this Country Rap Tunes nigga”
    Well damn now we got to be force to segregate the beauty of Hip-Hop because of the unnecessary hatred. I like what Bun B say’s and mark it as true

    “I’ was giving rap all my time and my ends/ brought damn near every record that motherfuckers dropped/ West Coast gangster music, East Coast Hip-Hop/ Now It’s our time to shine, the tables have turned/ and motherfuckers aggravated cause we getting some burn/ this don’t go to everybody, just a few niggas tho/ (why’s that) probably cause they favorite rappers ain’t in control”

    That’s some TRILL as shit right there people. Truth be told in my years of living down here I’ve also saw the love people had for all forms of Hip-Hop East and West. Like it’s been said many times the red carpet has always been rolled out for whoever long as they did their thing. So why isn’t the love returned? I’ve noticed something about the East not to disrespect but there is a well of jealousy that’s always been there. Rather it be between each other, or as when the West started to rise the hate thrown there, now The South. I’m not going to sit here and y to convince you The South has dope MC because it’s in one ear out the other. I’m just saying this potential War is foolish.

    Didn’t we learn our lessons after Big and Pac passed, no worse didn’t we learn our lessons as a people during the Civil Rights Movement. We’ve come to far to shit on everything Martin, Malcolm, Huey P, etc stood for to let it all die over something as silly as this. Were all brothers and sisters in love with this art-form, of course it won’t be expressed the same way as others do because of the fact it’s ART! And the expression/interpretation of it is in the eye of the beholder.

    How can you hate the next man for feeling compelled to express himself? You don’t here any bickering about where Blues or Rock-N-Roll started. Why is it necessary to hate on the next dude for doing them. Sure people our just going to come in here on some “Fuck The South” or “Fuck The East” B.S. But why can’t we just be on some love Hip-Hop shit. You got dudes in the ATL taking Nas comments all wrong cause their frustrated with the lack of respect from others. You got dudes from N.Y. shitting on the South becase
    not appealing to what the public is craving right now.

    You want a war people, then war with the Fans. War with yourselves for not being creative and strapping Hip-Hop in a stagnant vibe. The Fans are feeling the Snap b.s. because it’s different from the norm. I’m not saying well okay East go snap (or do the Chicken Noodle Soup). I’m saying take back your beloved Hip-Hop by making some great Hip-Hop music. Warring with each other won’t solve shit, it only adds to the problem. Were pushing ourselves back hundreds of years with the stupid hate.

    “They saying we can’t rap, and they questioning or intellect….It’s some trash in The South but I promise you.
    From the East to The West some of ya’ll garbage to” – Willie
    “Ya’ll think we came here to play, we came here to stay/ ya’ll shoulda listen to Andre we got something to say” – Pimp C
    The ignorance is Fucking Outstanding (Christian Bale voice from ‘Harsh Times’), to go so far and call other stupid…man I’m not even going to get into that. Just one quick question…Where is Dr. Martin Luther King from? It’s funny how all the sudden Ludacris can’t rap, T.I. can’t rap, Outkast can’t rap, Killer Mike can’t rap, Chamillionaire can’t rap, etc all because there Southern Artist. Look when Andre 3000 accepted the award at The Source awards in the midst of the East vs West mess he said “The South has something to say.” Of course it’s not the same thing or way everyone else is saying it but how can you take away the right to say it? The so-called War is BULLSHIT! instead of dividing ourselves we need to unite and keep this thing moving. So Quit Hating The South, East, West And Midwest and LOVE HIP-HOP!!!

    http://www.myspace.com/jafleu

    Hit me up if you wanna chop it up!

  226. strong chef Says:

    he played a lot of old stuff, he played of course the single hhid and can’t forget about you and chrissete michelle came out and sang the chorus, that shit was hot. he opened up with black republicans w/o jays verse then went into hustlers w/o games verse. he went backstage to change then came out top illmatic. all around the shit was dope.

  227. eskay Says:

    even though it’s the Christmas season, I see the Ether Bunny (E from BK) was here early this morning.

  228. moneyray Says:

    Yo eskay when the nacirema dream droppin?

  229. eskay Says:

    ^supposedly March

  230. moneyray Says:

    iIGhtt

  231. G7 Says:

    >>whats good nah right, that nas concert was bananas, the place went nuts *pause* when mega came out that was a good look.

    ^that’s great! Two grown men proving once again that the beef can get squashed. And the beef they had was deep!! This is a nice way to kick off 07′.

  232. D. Billz Says:

    >>^that’s great! Two grown men proving once again that the beef can get squashed. And the beef they had was deep!! This is a nice way to kick off 07′.

    ^With that being said… Es, tell your uncle that he and Jaz need to have some type of Starbucks intervention…

  233. GtotheDoubleE Says:

    Ras Kass>Papoose

  234. omegaSB Says:

    WOW!!!..peep Paps hat its a supreme hat i think …..didnt know he liked skaters

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