Video: Redman Rap City Freestyle


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  1. COLD Says:

    voice tech list

  2. SKEEMATICS NYC Says:

    Red is Dope

  3. Cold Says:

    oh you mad cause I’m bloggin’ on you

  4. Dre Says:

    yo es, they put us on MTV!

    go on aim for a second

  5. Cold Says:

    skee how long you been doing beats for, and do you know anything about the ENSONIC ASR

  6. Shawamar Says:

    Thats my man right there….His album is refreshing….Stra8 spitting…Its about time..

  7. yeah me 2 Says:

    Red gone wild SUCKS

    MIMS > RWG

  8. G7 Says:

    this Burn beat gets freestyled on a lot. Still fly though.

  9. G7 Says:

    yeah me 2 Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 8:32 am
    Red gone wild SUCKS

    MIMS > RWG

    ===
    I think you forgot to throw “just joking” in there

  10. yeah me 2 Says:

    Yea I def. Forgot the just joking dam sidekicks

  11. Cold Says:

    MIMS I’m sure is not that terrible, …ok he rode the souths coat tail to get in the door,…BUT, people use all different types of tactics to get in the game. Look at what 50 did, but he gets a pass? I’ll be the first one to jump off the bandwagon of hate MIMS is getting. He shoulda titled his Album “Now That I Got Your Ear”. ….Because a nig gotta do what a nig gotta do.

  12. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^^^@ cold…good title suggestion…I shit on MIMS constantly (no Life After Death Skit), but he’s actually a mediocre artist, not the second coming of SNAP, or some shit….nothing memorable, but outside of “this is why i’m hot”, nothing I’ve heard has been horrendously unlistenable, either….he’s a middle of the road artist at best, though….kinda like a NY version of Petey Pablo…

  13. The Pluginator Says:

    I still aint heard that red yet. I aint took out that bumpy johnson. is that shid hot

  14. G7 Says:

    Mims’ strategy for getting people to listen to him is wack, but he’s actually alright. He’s far from horrible. What he’s doing is gonna work for him. I guess that’s the main thing.

  15. Cold Says:

    ^^^@ cold…good title suggestion…I shit on MIMS constantly (no Life After Death Skit), but he’s actually a mediocre artist, not the second coming of SNAP, or some shit….nothing memorable, but outside of “this is why i’m hot”, nothing I’ve heard has been horrendously unlistenable, either….he’s a middle of the road artist at best, though….kinda like a NY version of Petey Pablo…

    ^ I havnt really heard nothing else from the kid, but heard an interview and liked how he conducted himself, not ignorant, and articulate so we’ll see.

  16. Sh*t Son Says:

    Anyone played the new def jam game??

  17. G7 Says:

    ^not yet. how is it?

  18. Cold Says:

    G7 Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:03 am
    Mims’ strategy for getting people to listen to him is wack, but he’s actually alright. He’s far from horrible. What he’s doing is gonna work for him. I guess that’s the main thing.

    ^ Why is it wack 7th letter 7, can you really blame an artist having ANY strategy. I mean look at the game, the politics of it all. At one point you could get in the game with mere skills alone, but we all know the days are long gone. Now the Dopest m.c’s are still on the block, the niggas with the gimmicks are in steady rotation. A nigga with a strategy you cant blame, its the industry who you should blame.

  19. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Sh*t Son Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:12 am
    Anyone played the new def jam game??

    ***I got it, it’s a decent joint….I don’t know how it compares to the second joint, but it’s better than the first…

  20. Sh*t Son Says:

    Its totally different from the last one, i loved the last one. Really dissapointed by this. Its not nearly a violent, no weapons. there is only about 18 rappers in it as well

  21. Foekist Says:

    A nigga with a strategy you cant blame, its the industry who you should blame.

    $$$$

    Real spit.

    Good morning Detroit

  22. G7 Says:

    @ cold

    true the industry is to blame, but people riding the south or using southern style to get their foot in or stay relevant is getting tiresome. That’s why I said its wack. But if thats how he wants to make a name for himself then all the power to him.

  23. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Sh*t Son Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:17 am
    Its totally different from the last one, i loved the last one. Really dissapointed by this. Its not nearly a violent, no weapons. there is only about 18 rappers in it as well

    ****Damn, there were weapons in the second one? BTW, the wackest, but most violent rap-themed video game had to be that Wu Tang joint

  24. Foekist Says:

    Because a nig gotta do what a nig gotta do.

    $$$$

    Hell yeah, and it’s looking like its working too. That song is in HEAVY rotation here. This game is disgusting.

  25. G7 Says:

    >>Its totally different from the last one, i loved the last one. Really dissapointed by this. Its not nearly a violent, no weapons. there is only about 18 rappers in it as well

    ===
    18, thats it?!? That’s nothing compared to the last one. I still play Fight for NY here and there. That one will be hard to top.

  26. spanish jay Says:

    “Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly said yesterday that a Queens man had told the police that he was shot last year by Sean Bell, the groom-to-be who was killed by police gunfire in Jamaica in November. But in an interview, the man, Anthony Jeffers, denied accusing Mr. Bell”

  27. The Pluginator Says:

    aye foe. My nukka off Chicago said i uffed up by not closin the deal on ole girl. I feel horrible

  28. Cold Says:

    @ cold

    true the industry is to blame, but people riding the south or using southern style to get their foot in or stay relevant is getting tiresome. That’s why I said its wack. But if thats how he wants to make a name for himself then all the power to him.

    ^give me another option

  29. G7 Says:

    >>This game is disgusting

    ==
    and its only getting worse. Even the decent days of hiphop are long gone and there’s no sign of it coming back anytime soon.

  30. Cold Says:

    “Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly said yesterday that a Queens man had told the police that he was shot last year by Sean Bell, the groom-to-be who was killed by police gunfire in Jamaica in November. But in an interview, the man, Anthony Jeffers, denied accusing Mr. Bell”

    ^fucking pigs

  31. Sh*t Son Says:

    G7 Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:20 am
    >>Its totally different from the last one, i loved the last one. Really dissapointed by this. Its not nearly a violent, no weapons. there is only about 18 rappers in it as well

    ===
    18, thats it?!? That’s nothing compared to the last one. I still play Fight for NY here and there. That one will be hard to top.

    ^^^^^^

    I know we used to get 4 player free for all on the old xbox, still do. Me and my boy played the new one a completed it in about 7 hours. u dont even get 4 player on it now. I really feel like writing a letter to someone about it!!!!

  32. Cold Says:

    The last artist I remember breaking into the game having a significant effect and still standing, of straight up freestyles and skills. Who didnt use beef as a tool (n/h) is Fabolous, every other rapper within the past 5 years or so, has used some sort of gimmick. And even those dudes are fly by nights one hit wonders

  33. G7 Says:

    Cold Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:22 am
    @ cold

    true the industry is to blame, but people riding the south or using southern style to get their foot in or stay relevant is getting tiresome. That’s why I said its wack. But if thats how he wants to make a name for himself then all the power to him.

    ^give me another option

    ===
    Do what Lupe does. Be yourself and just rap your ass off…nhoc. The problem today though is these young artist don’t have that kind of talent like Lupe to drop a cd with no gimmicks. Half of these rappers out now shouldn’t even be allowed to hold a mic.

  34. Conor Says:

    Good mornin fam…..what a great way to end the 1st quarter, with a shit load of albums……here’s hoping at least the Red and Prodigy end up being good…because the Young Buck already didn’t pass the test, and I have very low hopes for Mr. Make a Mil saying nothin

  35. Cold Says:

    Do what Lupe does. Be yourself and just rap your ass off…nhoc. The problem today though is these young artist don’t have that kind of talent like Lupe to drop a cd with no gimmicks. Half of these rappers out now shouldn’t even be allowed to hold a mic.

    ^that makes sense, your talking integrity, I respect that.

  36. Conor Says:

    Do what Lupe does. Be yourself and just rap your ass off…nhoc. The problem today though is these young artist don’t have that kind of talent like Lupe to drop a cd with no gimmicks. Half of these rappers out now shouldn’t even be allowed to hold a mic.
    ^^^^

    Lupe’s gimmick was to be so left field though. You can’t tell me that he doesn’t have a clear vision of how he wants to present himself

    and Cold not a bad call on the Fabolous….but I gotta say the Clipse came out after Fab and they did pretty solid….and I mean what about Kanye? That’s a pretty beef free rise to power

  37. Cold Says:

    ^but G7, you still gotta remember its a business at the end of the day, so how much of your artistic creativness is one willing to sacrifice to have an impact

  38. G7 Says:

    Conor Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:36 am
    Do what Lupe does. Be yourself and just rap your ass off…nhoc. The problem today though is these young artist don’t have that kind of talent like Lupe to drop a cd with no gimmicks. Half of these rappers out now shouldn’t even be allowed to hold a mic.
    ^^^^

    Lupe’s gimmick was to be so left field though. You can’t tell me that he doesn’t have a clear vision of how he wants to present himself

    ===
    being yourself is a gimmick??? Everybody should have a clear vision of how they want to present themself. Doesn’t mean that it’s a gimmick.

  39. Cold Says:

    what about Kanye? That’s a pretty beef free rise to power

    ^ Jay’s celebrity vouched for him, that Jay co-sign holds alot of weight

  40. The Pluginator Says:

    Do what Lupe does. Be yourself and just rap your ass off…
    ——–
    yup …. thats definetly what lupe does….

  41. Cold Says:

    and as far as the clipse, …ok I’ll give you that but how do we seperate gimmick from subject matter, you could say all that cocaine talk is a gimmick.

  42. G7 Says:

    >>what about Kanye? That’s a pretty beef free rise to power

    ==
    cant forget the car accident too

  43. Conor Says:

    Yeah but if you’re going to count the co-sign

    Lupe – Co-signed by Kanye, and then indirectly Jay-z and Pharrell

    Fab – Cosigned by Dj Clue…and Lil Mo?

    Clipse- The Neptunes

    and my thing with Lupe is that I wonder if how he’s presenting himself is how he actually is, I’m sure by now you’ve heard his much earlier work where he talks about poppin shots and what have you.
    I like Lupe (nhjic) don’t get me wrong, but he was alot of hype with alot of lyrical substance, but in the end didn’t say a whole lot on some songs. That to me is pefectly fine I like a turn of phrase as much as a lyrical lesson, but I don’t want to oversell the kid

  44. G7 Says:

    Cold Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:38 am
    ^but G7, you still gotta remember its a business at the end of the day, so how much of your artistic creativness is one willing to sacrifice to have an impact

    ====
    I hear you Cold. The game is fucked up. Well as long as I have my 90′s cd collection I’m straight. I have enough from that era to not have to worry about the bullshit that’s going on now.

  45. Conor Says:

    So Fab jumping on any remix and clue tape he can doesn’t count, but rapping about Coke does? I’m not following now.

    What about David Banner he pretty much just rose up off of music….no huge co signs, but I guess he did have Fliperachi on the first single…sooo

    I’d say Buddens generally did what Fab did….but since he’s serving take out food at Chik -a- fil now, voided

    Paull Wall or Slim Thug Or Chamillionaire? or have they been around to long, which is also possible, or do we count from when they blew up?

  46. Conor Says:

    and on that note what about T.I.? He pretty much came through on his own? The Neptunes cosign on his first CD didn’t do much for him…

  47. G7 Says:

    The Pluginator Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:41 am
    Do what Lupe does. Be yourself and just rap your ass off…
    ——–
    yup …. thats definetly what lupe does….

    =====
    hey, I’d rather rap my ass off then kiss some dude in the mouth.

  48. yaboy Says:

    damn. conor g7 and cold making up a good 95% of the comments so far…

  49. HERBAL KINT Says:

    WHATS GOOD NAH RIGHT ?

    HOW MANY TIMES IS PRODIGY GONNA DO THE WHOLE 11 MAC 11′S, 8 38′S AND SO ON AND SO ON ? I SWEAR IT FEELS LIKE HE SAYS THE SHIT IN EVERY SONG

  50. spanish jay Says:

    “Dozens of young women from a religious school in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, have broken into an alleged brothel and kidnapped the owner. “

  51. Cold Says:

    the south dont count Conor,… there whole movement is one big gimmick, and not saying that talking about Coke is a gimmick, but when it becomes your whole selling point (no Pun), then you gotta question that. I never really listened to them so maybe I’m just singling them out, but still, I havnt heard anything from the remotely close to profound.

  52. G7 Says:

    yaboy, ty whudup?

  53. Cold Says:

    ty whatup yaboy whatup

  54. Conor Says:

    Rock the Bells NYC in one minute……

  55. G7 Says:

    HERBAL KINT Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:54 am
    WHATS GOOD NAH RIGHT ?

    HOW MANY TIMES IS PRODIGY GONNA DO THE WHOLE 11 MAC 11′S, 8 38′S AND SO ON AND SO ON ? I SWEAR IT FEELS LIKE HE SAYS THE SHIT IN EVERY SONG

    ====
    haha. Prodigy is such a clown. Half the guns he talks about he can’t even lift up. I don’t even check for him anymore. The tuff guy act bothers me. I had HNIC in the whip yesterday, but that was him in 2000 though. Seven years later, same shit.

  56. HERBAL KINT Says:

    AINT SHIT G7 I GOT MAD WORK TO DO TODAY THIS SHIT SUCKS

  57. Shanti Says:

    Cold Says:
    March 28th, 2007 at 9:56 am

    the south dont count Conor,… there whole movement is one big gimmick, and not saying that talking about Coke is a gimmick, but when it becomes your whole selling point (no Pun), then you gotta question that.

    ^^smh. i don’t even feel like responding to this. you’re smarter than this cold.

  58. The Pluginator Says:

    I never really listened to them so maybe I’m just singling them out, but still, I havnt heard anything from the remotely close to profound.
    ——
    reggaetonslasher, how you gonna judge the south if you never really listened to them? pick you up a copy of that devin the dude.

  59. Cold Says:

    lol shanti whats good…it was a light jab

  60. HERBAL KINT Says:

    haha. Prodigy is such a clown. Half the guns he talks about he can’t even lift up. I don’t even check for him anymore. The tuff guy act bothers me. I had HNIC in the whip yesterday, but that was him in 2000 though. Seven years later, same shit.

    AGREED

    I AM JUST NOW LISTENING TO ROTM FOR THE FIRST TIME, AND ITS NOT THAT BAD ITS GOT SOME DECENT SONGS BUT DUDE IS A SHELL OF HIS FORMER SELF. HE IS DOING THE SAME SHIT AS HE HAS HIS WHOLE CAREER JUST NOT NEARLY AS GOOD

  61. G7 Says:

    I was thinking the south uses less gimmicks than the north.

  62. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    …u know… one of the things that make rap corny right now is niggas and coke rap. Heron & Meth is the big thing now. coke will always be coke, but how many times can niggas talk about the same drug. the same drinks, the same cars, the same bitches, the same planes (which most wack ass rappers dont know the diff. between a G4 & G550)… shit is just corny. rap about real shit. like “i used to live in the hood duckin bullets and shit, now i live in the burbs, fuckin Socker moms and shit”… or somethin…

  63. Cold Says:

    plug I was really talking about the Clipse, but as far as the South, I can honestly say the only CD I’ve copped was a face joint,… downloading is a different subject, I gave T.I a listen, then I used the cd to scrape of my rejected inspection sticker.

  64. The Pluginator Says:

    now yall talkin like that prodigy aint fire?!?! yall need a diaper change today. that prodigy is hotter than that nas and jay put together. dude gave his fans just what they asked for. gun talk and slamin beats. I ask that hov gve me some slamin beats and he let me down with those london producers. nas… eh shid was ok. but as far as getting what you asked for from one of your favorite artist, i couldnt be more satisfied wit lmno p’s tape

  65. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    HERBAL KINT Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 9:54 am
    WHATS GOOD NAH RIGHT ?

    HOW MANY TIMES IS PRODIGY GONNA DO THE WHOLE 11 MAC 11′S, 8 38′S AND SO ON AND SO ON ? I SWEAR IT FEELS LIKE HE SAYS THE SHIT IN EVERY SONG

    ^^^
    niggas got the same bullets from last year…

  66. HERBAL KINT Says:

    Crazy88Since88 Says:
    March 28th, 2007 at 10:07 am
    …u know… one of the things that make rap corny right now is niggas and coke rap. Heron & Meth is the big thing now. coke will always be coke, but how many times can niggas talk about the same drug. the same drinks, the same cars, the same bitches, the same planes (which most wack ass rappers dont know the diff. between a G4 & G550)… shit is just corny. rap about real shit. like “i used to live in the hood duckin bullets and shit, now i live in the burbs, fuckin Socker moms and shit”… or somethin…

    EXACTLY AND THATS ONE OF THE BIGGEST REASONS WHY LUPE AND REGULAR JOE ARE 2 OF THE NICEST OUT

  67. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    ….helloooooooo Nah Right Mike & Ike’ers!

  68. HERBAL KINT Says:

    The Pluginator Says:
    March 28th, 2007 at 10:08 am
    now yall talkin like that prodigy aint fire?!?! yall need a diaper change today. that prodigy is hotter than that nas and jay put together. dude gave his fans just what they asked for. gun talk and slamin beats. I ask that hov gve me some slamin beats and he let me down with those london producers. nas… eh shid was ok. but as far as getting what you asked for from one of your favorite artist, i couldnt be more satisfied wit lmno p’s tape

    PLUG YOUR OUT YOUR GOD DAMN MIND SERIOUSLY THIS ALBUM IS NOT SPECIAL. I WAS DISAPPOINTED BY KC BUT IT WAAAAAAAAY BETTER THAN ROTM AND HHID CRUSHES IT.

    ROTM HAS LIKE 4 DECENT SONGS ON IT AND HE DEFINTELY DOESNT IMPRESS LYRICALLY, NO REWIND FACTOR, NOTHING SPECIAL DUDES BLAND AND BORING

    BLACK MILK BOTH ALBUM AND MIXTAPE > ROTM

    RED GONE WILD > ROTM

    EL-P I’LL SLEEP WHEN I’M DEAD” > ROTM

    DEVIN THE DUDE > ROTM

    YOUNG BUCK > ROTM

  69. The Pluginator Says:

    I’ll say this….. if we truely count p’s tape as a mix tape, its the hottest mix tape I’ve ever heard, but I need another week to confirm this. as far as beats go, GGGGGGGOOOOOOTTTTTTT DAAAAAAAAAMMMMM!!!!! Alchemist put his soul *cues landlord* into them beats.

  70. Shanti Says:

    I gave T.I a listen, then I used the cd to scrape of my rejected inspection sticker.

    ^^blasphemy!

    anyway…everything is not for everyone. cold i’m sure you are from up top somewhere and you all are usually a lil more close-minded when it comes to people not from your area. i mean tip is >>>>>>>>>> mims but look how you were taking up for that wack ass dude. smh @ “mims is not that terrible” yeahhhhhh rigggghhhhtttt.

    aight gotta be out for the time being.

  71. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    Wa’Da’Da’Dae! Wa’Da’Da’Da’Dae’HEY! Listen to my 9MM go BANG!

  72. G7 Says:

    The Pluginator Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:08 am
    now yall talkin like that prodigy aint fire?!?! yall need a diaper change today.

    ===
    prodigy is just so corny. Absolutley nothing he says can be taken seriously. The way he talks, raps w/e you’d think this dude would have been in jail 30 times already. He may have a few parking tickets and thats about it. There’s nothing authentic about him. Even if Jay and Nas didn’t give you what you want to hear, P ain’t seeing none of those two lyrically. Not even close.

  73. yaboy Says:

    come on man. the prodigy is decent… beats are the saving grace.. prodigy’s rhymes while sometimes decent are also sometime incredibly unfocused “i got leann rimes passin me the weed”.

    devin the dude’s album is on fire… hate on that album on your own peril

  74. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    …saw that jay-j and kim flick too. straight garbage, with her dry ass sand nigger pussy… yuck.

  75. yaboy Says:

    anyone read saigon’s comments about prodigy a while back? LOL

    shanti, i read up that ti supposedly has herpes…

    also, anyone got a link for the buck album? i think it might be worth a DL.

    Herbal, how is that el – p joint?

  76. Cold Says:

    lol crazy, where you seen that at

  77. tHeir iS oNLy oNe mO$ez Says:

    “Pick Pocket an old lady at old Navy”
    Red is straight Friggety nice!!! FRESH lyrical punchline rapper!
    eskay stay on that T.I. vs T.I.P. grind if anythings poppin!

  78. yaboy Says:

    Crazy88Since88 Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:15 am
    …saw that jay-j and kim flick too. straight garbage, with her dry ass sand nigger pussy… yuck.

    ^

    kim K is a dime.

  79. T Nelson Says:

    Dayum didnt know niggas was gettting touched over that hyphy shyt…….shorty got a quick 3 piece

  80. HERBAL KINT Says:

    The Pluginator Says:
    March 28th, 2007 at 10:13 am
    I’ll say this….. if we truely count p’s tape as a mix tape, its the hottest mix tape I’ve ever heard, but I need another week to confirm this. as far as beats go, GGGGGGGOOOOOOTTTTTTT DAAAAAAAAAMMMMM!!!!! Alchemist put his soul *cues landlord* into them beats.

    YOUR CRAZY, GTFOH

    MOOD MUSIC 2 > ROTM

    THE CHAMP IS HERE > ROTM

    RETURN OF THE YARDFATHER > ROTM

    THE LAST LITTLE BROTHER MIXTAPE > ROTM

    I COULD DO THIS ALL DAY

  81. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    Cold Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:17 am
    lol crazy, where you seen that at

    ^^^
    someone posted the linc on zshare or some’ol’shit…straight garbage.

  82. The Pluginator Says:

    devin the dude’s album is on fire… hate on that album on your own peril
    ——
    i been on devin sinse scarface double cd. I got all sevin of his albums. dude is my dude n/h. alot of yall was clownin me back in the day when I used to alk about him. Now hes cool….. SMH

  83. HERBAL KINT Says:

    YA BOY – EL-P IS CLASSIC EL-P IF YOU LIKE HIM/ COMPANY FLOW YOU’LL FUCK WITH IT

    I GOT THE BUCK LINK IF YOU NEED I CAN SEND YOU THAT AND EL-P JUST GIVE ME A LITTLE BIT I GOT TO GET BACK TO WORK

  84. landLORD Says:

    Plug says

    Alchemist put his soul *cues landlord* into them beats.

    ——————————————

    *awakens*

    … huh ?!? ..

  85. yaboy Says:

    yeah hit me with those 2 if you can..

    y_a_boy@yahoo.com

  86. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:18 am
    Crazy88Since88 Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:15 am
    …saw that jay-j and kim flick too. straight garbage, with her dry ass sand nigger pussy… yuck.

    ^^^
    …lol… i see why sand nigger kill they daughters… the bitch is loose.

  87. The Pluginator Says:

    yall tell me who cd had better beats than the retur of the mac….?

    *in katt williams voice*

    …Dont worry, I’ll wait…

  88. HERBAL KINT Says:

    YA BOY – CHECK YOUR MAIL

  89. G7 Says:

    al’s beats >> p’s lyrics

  90. The Pluginator Says:

    ^ true. none the less…

  91. HERBAL KINT Says:

    The Pluginator Says:
    March 28th, 2007 at 10:27 am
    yall tell me who cd had better beats than the retur of the mac….?

    *in katt williams voice*

    …Dont worry, I’ll wait…

    BLACK MILK

    DEVIN THE DUDE

    BOTH EASY

  92. Jamz Says:

    Redman is all ova the place deez dayz! It’s bout time!

    What up playaz!

  93. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    ….since B.I.G. took the name Frank White… i wonder which rappa will take the name Jimmy Jump?

  94. G7 Says:

    whudup Jamz?

    yeah, Redman is smart. He knows his label isn’t gonna do anything for him. He’s grinding right now…no Clipse

  95. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    Gun “Jamz” whats up…

  96. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    G7 Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:36 am
    whudup Jamz?

    yeah, Redman is smart. He knows his label isn’t gonna do anything for him. He’s grinding right now…no Clipse

    ^^^
    what ever happend to that dis record that J.Santana did @ the clipse? somethin like “ya’ll aint grindin, ya’ll lie’n”

  97. Conor Says:

    Young Buck > Blood Money > Rotten Apple……

    But still not that great….what a letdown

  98. Conor Says:

    And that Hyphy kid in the red made the wrong choice…

    “What are you going to do” …….. Then apparently he psychically orders a three piece and a biscuit, hold the biscuit….because he sure as hell gets the three piece….

  99. landLORD Says:

    … Alchemist > Dr Dre …

  100. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    …i wonder when major lables gonna start sign’n cats to 10 single record deals… non albums. perfect time for the return of the $4.00 maxi single (orig.single, remix, instra.)

  101. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    Crazy88Since88 Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:43 am
    …i wonder when major lables gonna start sign’n cats to 10 single record deals… non albums. perfect time for the return of the $4.00 maxi single (orig.single, remix, instra.)

    ^^^
    crazy deals, like 1 CD & 4 maxi single deals, all new songs.

  102. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    …with ringtones and shit cake’n off, singles are the only way to go. perfect time for new producers to get in the game.

  103. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    landLORD Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:42 am
    … Alchemist > Dr Dre …

    ****whatever you’re smoking>crack, lol

  104. Sh*t Son Says:

    Premo = RZA>Alchemist>Dre

  105. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Wallace signs on to endorse affordable Marbury shoesAssociated Press

    MOUNT PROSPECT, Ill. — Stephon Marbury started it. Now, Ben Wallace is joining the cause.

    Wallace is lending his name to the Starbury Movement, endorsing an affordable line of sneakers and apparel started by the New York Knicks’ star. Wallace will begin wearing the Starbury II basketball shoe Thursday when the Chicago Bulls play his former team, the Detroit Pistons. And his own sneaker — Big Ben — is expected to hit the market in late August or the fall.

    “Kids don’t really understand what it takes to go out and buy a pair of $300 pair of shoes,” Wallace said at a news conference on Tuesday. “We don’t understand the pressure we put on our parents when we’re growing up. This is one of the things where I think the parents will appreciate it a lot more than the kids right now because it eliminates so much stress from the parents. All parents want to see their kids have nice things.”

    “Once parents and their kids begin to see that other pro athletes are getting down with this, then it just makes a world of difference.”
    – Stephon Marbury

    Launched a year ago, the Starbury line is expanding from 50 products to 200 — nearly all available for $14.98 or less at Steve & Barry’s University Sportswear. It includes a joggers shoe, skater shoe, casual shoe, gym shoe, woven shirts, jackets, jeans, T-shirts, shorts, hats and other accessories.

    At a time when youngsters feel pressure to wear expensive brands of shoes and clothing and are even being killed for what’s on their feet, Marbury and Wallace are trying to provide an alternative.

    “Once parents and their kids begin to see that other pro athletes are getting down with this, then it just makes a world of difference,” Marbury said in a phone interview. “It’s not just one person doing it. Other people are wearing the shoes. Other people are putting their feet inside of shoes that they’re saying are cheap.”

    Marbury and Wallace are not paid to endorse the products. Instead, they earn royalties on sales.

    Mary Altaffer/AP Photo
    Stephon Marbury, holding a Starbury One sneaker, has gotten the support of Bulls star Ben Wallace for his athletic apparel line.
    Marbury and representatives from Steve & Barry’s started developing the line after discussing it over dinner about a year-and-a-half ago, while Wallace joined in about four months ago.

    Marbury said adding the four-time defensive player of the year “gives the brand some credibility,” and he plans to get more players involved. He hopes that, in turn, will help spread the word to children and their parents — that there are good, cheaper alternatives. Alternatives he wishes were available when he was younger.

    Growing up on Coney Island in Brooklyn, Marbury couldn’t afford the top brands. So he wore “everything. No specific shoe.”

    For Wallace, it was a steady flow of hand-me-downs.

    The 10th of 11 children and the youngest of eight boys, he grew up poor in White Hall, Ala. He knows he had shoes, but which brands? He couldn’t say.

    “I had to wait in line,” said Wallace, who was wearing a White Sox cap, jeans, a striped short sleeve shirt and a pair of white Starbury low-top sneakers. “It’s tough at times because you see everybody else getting new shoes. You want to be a part of that crowd. Sometimes, you’re just not able.”

    But with the Starbury line and the Big Ben sneaker coming out, there are more opportunities.

    Although the shoes are inexpensive, Marbury and Wallace said they’re as durable as the more expensive brands.

    “If you were to cut this in half, there’s absolutely no difference between this and the most expensive sneakers on the market,” Steve & Barry’s spokesman Howard Schacter said, holding a red, white and blue Starbury II. “This provides arch support, a reinforced heal. It really is the same deal, and what Ben and Steph are wearing on court is exactly the same shoe.”

    Marbury said: “It’s not that they’re cheap; they’re just affordable. Now, as we begin to sign more players, kids won’t feel that burden.”

    Wallace acknowledged he had doubts, but they went away once he tried a few pairs.

    “They last just as long as any other pair,” he said. “I hope people do realize that regardless of how much you do pay for a pair of sneakers, eventually they are going to wear [out] somewhere.”

    Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press

  106. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Midas>Alchemist

  107. landLORD Says:

    … JDilla > RZA > DJ Premier > Madlib > Pete Rock …

  108. landLORD Says:

    … Marbury’s > AF1′s …

  109. Jamz Says:

    Alka-seltzer > Alchemist

  110. Jamz Says:

    A sock widda hole in it > Marbury’s

  111. G7 Says:

    >>… Alchemist > Dr Dre …

    ===
    At this moment I’d take an Alc beat over Dre.

  112. The Pluginator Says:

    BLACK MILK

    DEVIN THE DUDE

    BOTH EASY
    ——-
    sorry, yall know both of them is my doggs but that p is fire. i havent even put in the balck milk or the red yet. devin hasnt got play since. well…. I was always a mobb head though so…..

  113. HERBAL KINT Says:

    landLORD Says:
    March 28th, 2007 at 10:52 am
    … JDilla > RZA > DJ Premier > Madlib > Pete Rock …

    DJ PREMIER > J DILLA > RZA > PETE ROCK > MADLIB

  114. Sh*t Son Says:

    … JDilla > RZA > DJ Premier > Madlib > Pete Rock …

    ^^^^

    Ive not heard enough of JDilla, Ive got RZA = with Premier theyve both got different styles, and i can appreciate both. Premier has a massive body of work and ive not heard anythin too bad from him, plus RZA & Premier work with real MC’s

  115. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    …..GatttttttttttDamn iCon!

    …daps iCon… Shout Out to Big Ben too (no homo & no willard the rat movie)

  116. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    Jamz Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:56 am
    A sock widda hole in it > Marbury’s

    ^^^
    The Homie dont play dat sock?

  117. D. Billz Says:

    The Pluginator Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 10:08 am
    now yall talkin like that prodigy aint fire?!?! yall need a diaper change today. that prodigy is hotter than that nas and jay put together. dude gave his fans just what they asked for. gun talk and slamin beats. I ask that hov gve me some slamin beats and he let me down with those london producers. nas… eh shid was ok. but as far as getting what you asked for from one of your favorite artist, i couldnt be more satisfied wit lmno p’s tape

    ^For once… me and the Motor City guy actually agree on somethin’ *looks outside for a blue moon*

  118. yaboy Says:

    olivia finally got dropped from g-unit

  119. HERBAL KINT Says:

    Ive not heard enough of JDilla, Ive got RZA = with Premier theyve both got different styles, and i can appreciate both. Premier has a massive body of work and ive not heard anythin too bad from him, plus RZA & Premier work with real MC’s

    I BET YOU HAVE YOU JUST DIDNT KNOW IT

    I MEAN YOUVE HEARD TRIBE AND DE LA SOULD RIGHT ? WELL HE DID A SHIT LOAD OF BEATS FOR THEM 2 GROUPS AS WELL AS FOR OTHERS

  120. G7 Says:

    *listening to Pete Rock: Underground Classics right now*
    Pete has some ridiculous joints on this cd.

  121. HERBAL KINT Says:

    The Pluginator Says:
    March 28th, 2007 at 10:59 am
    BLACK MILK

    DEVIN THE DUDE

    BOTH EASY
    ——-
    sorry, yall know both of them is my doggs but that p is fire. i havent even put in the balck milk or the red yet. devin hasnt got play since. well…. I was always a mobb head though so…..

    HOW CAN YOU SAY THE BEATS ARE BETTER THAN THINGS YOU ADMIT TO NOT LISTENING TO YET ?

    THE BEATS ARE BETTER ON ROTM THAN RED GONE WILD BUT REDMANS SUPERIOR SKILLS EASILY TRUMP THAT

    AND BLACK MILK IS A MUCH BETTER ALL AROUND ALBUM WITH BETTER BEATS

    SERIOUSLY P HASNT GROWN AS AN ARTIST SINCE DAY ONE IN FACT HE GETS WORSE AND WORSE WITH EACH ATTEMPT, DUDES BORING BOTTOM LINE, HOW MANY TIMES YOU NEED TO HEAR HIM SAY THE SAME GOD DAMN GUN TALK, COME UP WITH SOMETHING NEW ALREADY

  122. D. Billz Says:

    LandLord, Plug, Ty, iCon, Crazy88, yaboy, Jamz, Conor, Cold, G7, Shit Son, Skeematics…

    WHAT’S DA DEAL CHIEFS?

  123. Conor Says:

    Just livin billz, avoiding the ROTM comparisons because I haven’t listened yet

  124. HERBAL KINT Says:

    AINT SHIT BILLZ

    TRYING TO GET WORK DONE BUT ITS NOT WORKING TO MUCH

    I’M A PROFESSIONAL SLACKER

  125. The Pluginator Says:

    HOW CAN YOU SAY THE BEATS ARE BETTER THAN THINGS YOU ADMIT TO NOT LISTENING TO YET ?
    —–
    I put them in for about 30 seconds a peice. (n/h) they cant compare right now. and that p doesnt have no bass in the cd at all. and for it to still be gettin play in my ride on these warm days says alot

  126. landLORD Says:

    … whaddup DBillz …

  127. HERBAL KINT Says:

    COT DAMN !!!

    YOU PEOPLE WANNA SEE A PICTURE OF MY FUTURE WIFEY

    smartenupnas.com/2007/03/27/you-seen-her-in-smooth-magazine-king-magazine-check-out-her-new-pics/#more-669

  128. yaboy Says:

    SERIOUSLY P HASNT GROWN AS AN ARTIST SINCE DAY ONE IN FACT HE GETS WORSE AND WORSE WITH EACH ATTEMPT, DUDES BORING BOTTOM LINE, HOW MANY TIMES YOU NEED TO HEAR HIM SAY THE SAME GOD DAMN GUN TALK, COME UP WITH SOMETHING NEW ALREADY

    ^
    true story, prodigy stays herbed up

  129. The Pluginator Says:

    SERIOUSLY P HASNT GROWN AS AN ARTIST SINCE DAY ONE
    ——
    thats how artist fall off. nas grew aas an artist and put out nastrodamas and that double cd…..canibus grew as an artist and put out tru hollywood stories, 50 grew as an artist so did ja. when infamy came out on aome grown up type ish people complaned cuz he was makin love songs. now he went back to the original formila and people still clown him. SMH @ mixed up fans

  130. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:08 am
    LandLord, Plug, Ty, iCon, Crazy88, yaboy, Jamz, Conor, Cold, G7, Shit Son, Skeematics…

    WHAT’S DA DEAL CHIEFS?

    ^^
    “D”olemite Billz. what up.

  131. D. Billz Says:

    @ Conor… Can I keep it real wit’chu son? (c) Alchemist skit from first album

    I have to agree with Plug and say that shit is lava. Why? *Novel*…

    For me, albums are always about expectations. There are certain things that I expect from certain artists before I even know what’s going to be on the cd. Like most people, I usually try to read the artist interviews on different websites before the album drops so that I know what to expect. For instance… artists like Jay, Nas, Ghost, and a few other vets… they usually come up with themes for their album so you kinda have to prepare yourself for what you’re about to hear. For instance, most Jay interviews about Kingdom Come were very vague so the only thing I could use guage KC was the Black Album. KC is NOTHIN’ like BA in comparison so the first time I heard his singles when they dropped, I wasn’t too fond of them (no favorite student). But as I listened to the album and understood the cohesion between songs then I had more respect for it. But still don’t think it meets up to BA’s standards.

    This leads me to ROTM. Artists like Prodigy, MOP, and Redman… you know EXACTLY what you’re gonna hear before the album drops. Therefore, all I wanted Prodigy to do was stick to the script and he did that… with the best beats I’ve heard since Lupe’s album, no bullshit. Lyrically, yeah, you’re EVER gonna hear those Infamous rhymes again. Times have changed and I knew once Murda Muzik dropped that I wasn’t gonna get the same ish. But, he stayed consistent in his flow and just turned up the violence and ridiculousness a notch for the fans. And backed by superior production. Talks of guns, drugs, disrespectin’ heffas… all of what I expected of Lmno P, and he lived up to that “standard”.

  132. G7 Says:

    >>SERIOUSLY P HASNT GROWN AS AN ARTIST SINCE DAY ONE IN FACT HE GETS WORSE AND WORSE WITH EACH ATTEMPT, DUDES BORING BOTTOM LINE, HOW MANY TIMES YOU NEED TO HEAR HIM SAY THE SAME GOD DAMN GUN TALK, COME UP WITH SOMETHING NEW ALREADY

    ==
    co-sign

  133. Conor Says:

    Fair enough…..that being said

    Young Buck still let me down…hard

  134. D. Billz Says:

    @ Landlord… chillin’ ahk. Bout to get ready to kick it with this shorty on a lil’ lunch date. Iono Land… she was talkin’ some good stuff yesterday. Kinda got Billz in the zone. Put it like this: she was goin’ off about how dirty the bosses were at her job… and I lie to you not… my hand to Allah… SHE (not me) started talkin’ about Illuminati. Yo… I was in the zone like Mike in the 4th quarter after that.

    @ Crazy88… chillin’ hooligan. Bout to enjoy this warm weather…

    @ Ty… like I was sayin’ to 456, I’m the KING of Procrastination. I doubt you could ever, ever take my croooown (c) Sizzla

  135. G7 Says:

    whudup Delorious Billz?

  136. yaboy Says:

    whats new buffalo

  137. The Pluginator Says:

    I agree 99% billz. You lost me comparing it to Lupe. DOE!

  138. Sh*t Son Says:

    What it do Billz

    ^^^^

    >>SERIOUSLY P HASNT GROWN AS AN ARTIST SINCE DAY ONE IN FACT HE GETS WORSE AND WORSE WITH EACH ATTEMPT, DUDES BORING BOTTOM LINE, HOW MANY TIMES YOU NEED TO HEAR HIM SAY THE SAME GOD DAMN GUN TALK, COME UP WITH SOMETHING NEW ALREADY

    ==

    Co-Sign

    P is like Method man i stay loyal but they just keep letting me down with each album. Ive not heard all of ROTM but i did like what i heard, by todays standard anyway

  139. HERBAL KINT Says:

    This leads me to ROTM. Artists like Prodigy, MOP, and Redman… you know EXACTLY what you’re gonna hear before the album drops. Therefore, all I wanted Prodigy to do was stick to the script and he did that… with the best beats I’ve heard since Lupe’s album, no bullshit. Lyrically, yeah, you’re EVER gonna hear those Infamous rhymes again. Times have changed and I knew once Murda Muzik dropped that I wasn’t gonna get the same ish. But, he stayed consistent in his flow and just turned up the violence and ridiculousness a notch for the fans. And backed by superior production. Talks of guns, drugs, disrespectin’ heffas… all of what I expected of Lmno P, and he lived up to that “standard”.

    ALL I KNOW IS I COULD OF MADE THIS A BETTER ALBUM WITH THOSE BEATS AND JOHN BROWN ( KING OF THE SUBURBS ) RAPPING ON IT

    THERE ARE VERY FEW RAPPERS WHO BORE ME AS MUCH AS P, AND I EXPECTED GOOD BEATS WITH BORING RHYMES AND THATS WHAT I GOT

  140. G7 Says:

    >>when infamy came out on aome grown up type ish people complaned cuz he was makin love songs.

    ===
    It wasn’t the love songs. Nothing Prodigy said on Infamy rhymed….true story.

  141. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:24 am
    @ Landlord… chillin’ ahk. Bout to get ready to kick it with this shorty on a lil’ lunch date. Iono Land… she was talkin’ some good stuff yesterday. Kinda got Billz in the zone. Put it like this: she was goin’ off about how dirty the bosses were at her job… and I lie to you not… my hand to Allah… SHE (not me) started talkin’ about Illuminati. Yo… I was in the zone like Mike in the 4th quarter after that.

    @ Crazy88… chillin’ hooligan. Bout to enjoy this warm weather…

    ^^^
    smells like Bookworm Poon’tang to me! …Chow Time…Maggots? (Dr.evil voice)

  142. Yung Phuque aka Circle Yo Crib Says:

    Whaddup Nah…

    Yo….I spent half of last night downloading damn nigh every NES, SNES, and N64 game I had 10+ years ago….real rap.

  143. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    canibus grew as an artist and put out tru hollywood stories

    ***I hear they’re shooting Fantastic Four 3, right about now…so, how is it that you have so much free time on your hands, Dr. Richards?

  144. Beskoe Says:

    Hello Nah-rightians.. Went to the store yesterday, copped the Red Gone Wild..
    Nice. Gotta admit I liked the funk doc bringing back some fun and weed smoke to the game..
    What should I cop next?
    Devin, ROTM, Sean Price..?? Shit is getting expensive, but Im trying to support the artists! Thanks. peace

  145. Sh*t Son Says:

    The problem is that we still hold people like P, Meth, Red, Jay, Nas even Dre by the old standard. its not the same game anymore, im more about trickin ppl into believing ur shit is the business and hope enough people buy it before word spreads its not. there is no loyalty, fans arent as loyal to artist and artist arent as loyal to their fans

  146. Yung Phuque aka Circle Yo Crib Says:

    Beskoe Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:34 am
    Hello Nah-rightians.. Went to the store yesterday, copped the Red Gone Wild..
    Nice. Gotta admit I liked the funk doc bringing back some fun and weed smoke to the game..
    What should I cop next?
    Devin, ROTM, Sean Price..?? Shit is getting expensive, but Im trying to support the artists! Thanks. peace

    ^^Cop that Devin and Sean Price…d/l ROTM lol….

  147. Cold Says:

    cosigns ty’s cot damn,

    Billz whatup

  148. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    nas grew aas an artist and put out nastrodamas and that double cd…..canibus grew as an artist and put out tru hollywood stories, 50 grew as an artist so did ja.

    ***Revisiting this (no houseguests from hell)….nastradamus was by far f Nas’ worst album (even though Nas is G.O.A.T., IMO), canibus fell off, at least his marketability did, and 50 and Ja became R&B sangas for he TRL crowd….the worst thing P did was make that god awful “Hey Luv” song, and that godder awfuller (lol) Blood Money album….

  149. Cold Says:

    The problem is that we still hold people like P, Meth, Red, Jay, Nas even Dre by the old standard. its not the same game anymore, im more about trickin ppl into believing ur shit is the business and hope enough people buy it before word spreads its not. there is no loyalty, fans arent as loyal to artist and artist arent as loyal to their fans

    ^real talk.

    “not a front, just an economical stunt” (c) la the Dark man

  150. Sh*t Son Says:

    Nastradamus would probably hold up in todays climate, there is a few songs i dont mind on that album

  151. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Al B. Sure!>Alchemist

  152. Yung Phuque aka Circle Yo Crib Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:37 am
    Al B. Sure!>Alchemist

    ^^lol

  153. Big Homie Says:

    ROTM is a pretty good album. It has some good Alchemist beats. I agree that P has not grown as an artist. All the hype is the fact he got some dope beats on the album and moved up since Blood Money. HNIC I think is a doper album.

    Red Gone Wild is a banger. Both Sooperman Luva’s have been played non-stop.

    What up Nah Right??

  154. Cold Says:

    siera mist > alchemist

  155. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Sh*t Son Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:37 am
    Nastradamus would probably hold up in todays climate, there is a few songs i dont mind on that album

    ***That title song and “U Owe Me” were dealbreakers…

  156. The Pluginator Says:

    ICON, you do understand that that was sarcasm dont you

  157. Cold Says:

    U owe me > show me what you got

  158. Yung Phuque aka Circle Yo Crib Says:

    Sh*t Son Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:37 am
    Nastradamus would probably hold up in todays climate, there is a few songs i dont mind on that album

    ^^Except “Nastradamus”….possible the worst Nasir effort ever.

  159. Sh*t Son Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:39 am
    Sh*t Son Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:37 am
    Nastradamus would probably hold up in todays climate, there is a few songs i dont mind on that album

    ***That title song and “U Owe Me” were dealbreakers…

    ^^^^

    True, The Premo song is still fire tho, Come Get Me??

    Its been awhile (c) Stained

  160. The Pluginator Says:

    test

  161. The Pluginator Says:

    test test test

  162. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Red Gone Wild is a banger. Both Sooperman Luva’s have been played non-stop.

    ***Soopaman Luva surpassed EPMD’s Jane series as the most entertaining franchise, ever, a long time ago….I thought DMX had a shot @ the title with those Damien joints early on, but w/e, w/e…on the strengh of SL alone, Red gets a mention on my list of top storytellers in the game….

  163. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    The Pluginator Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 11:39 am
    ICON, you do understand that that was sarcasm dont you

    ***Oh, it was? My bad…I thought maybe you had lost your damned mind, fam, lol

    I put in a comment about Soopaman Luva passing EPMD’s Jane as the best series ever, and that I thought DMX’s Damien had a shot at the title back in the day, but the comment didn’t make it thru digital purgatory, AKA eskay’s server…..

  164. G7 Says:

    >>***Revisiting this (no houseguests from hell)….nastradamus was by far Nas’ worst album

    ===
    It was his weakest effort for sure, but I think Nastradamus is far from wack. The only real wack joint on it is the one with Ginuwine. But tracks like project window, nastradamus, life we chose, last words, family, come and get me, quiet niggas are all bangin’ imo. Not his best work, but still dope songs.

  165. The Pluginator Says:

    ***Oh, it was? My bad…I thought maybe you had lost your damned mind, fam, lol
    —–
    lol. I figured as much

  166. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ohhhhhhhhh, so now my comment shows up? the server’s taunting me, and shit (no Nelson Muntz)

  167. D. Billz Says:

    G7, yaboy, Cold… aint shit yall, chillin’

    @ Big Homie… what up chief?

    Iight… i’m out…

    1

  168. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ***maybe I need to re-listen to Nastradamus…first I need to get over the post traumatic stress that Ginuwine song caused me…I still cringe and get all twitchy and skittish (no crackhead) when the video comes on…

  169. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    later, Dalvonte

  170. Big Homie Says:

    Peace Billz

  171. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    …Ever wonder… what if this is as good as it gets?

  172. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    from xxl:

    Kanye West’s management team, Hip-Hop Since 1978, has just signed an exclusive partnership with Bryant Management to co-represent Lil Wayne. Hip Hop Since 1978 is a New York based management/production firm run by Gee Roberson and Kyambo “Hip-Hop” Joshua. The two will now work in conjunction with Lil Wayne’s manager, Cortez Bryant, to further Wayne’s career in music, TV and film. “I’m excited to bring Hip-Hop Since 1978 onto the team,” says Bryant, who runs Young Money Entertainment. “I’m positive their combined experience, expertise and well-cultivated relationships will help us take Wayne’s career to the next level.” Kyambo Joshua also expressed his enthusiasm in a press release. “Obviously, we see in Wayne an incredible talent and an undeniable star quality,” Joshua states. “It’s an exciting time in his career and we’re thrilled to be on board.” Wayne’s highly anticipated album, Tha Carter 3, will be released this summer and will also feature production from Kanye West.

  173. Sh*t Son Says:

    http://rap.about.com/od/toppicks/ss/Top50Emcees.htm

  174. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas Arrested for DUI

    Taboo, of the Black Eyed Peas, was arrested on Tuesday morning near L.A. on suspicion of driving under the influence. According to the Associated Press, officers took the rapper into custody following a collision in the city of Industry, which is located about 20 miles east of L.A. Lt. Mark Relyea, of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, says that Taboo was cited for possession of marijuana and medication without a prescription, as well as DUI. He was released Tuesday evening, and is due back in court, although no date was disclosed

  175. Sh*t Son Says:

    rap.about.com/od/toppicks/ss/Top50Emcees.htm

    ^^^

    List of top 50 MC’s, theyve gone for a more old school approach

  176. Crazy88Since88 Says:

    Sh*t Son Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 12:02 pm
    rap.about.com/od/toppicks/ss/Top50Emcees.htm

    ^^^

    List of top 50 MC’s, theyve gone for a more old school approach

    ^^^
    I CAN cO-sIGN THE TOP 5

  177. yaboy Says:

    i posted a link to that top 50 awhile ago..

    *asks for late pass*

    YO, my boy that works at vigin says that mims is lookin like around 80K first week… and he said that the numbers skew young – a lot of afterschool shopping…. ha

  178. Sh*t Son Says:

    ** hands yaboy late pass **

    Sorry Brah

    ** runs out door with yaboys thunder **

  179. Beskoe Says:

    Thanks Yo PHUQUE for the op. I knew the devin was something funky, the price was nice, but wasnt too sure about the ROTM..

  180. G7 Says:

    >>***maybe I need to re-listen to Nastradamus…first I need to get over the post traumatic stress that Ginuwine song caused me…I still cringe and get all twitchy and skittish

    ===
    that’s the problem everybody has with that album. They’ll say Nastradmus is wack and then mention how wack the Ginuwine track is and that’s it, nothing else. “Nastradamus was wack. That one joint with Ginuwine…..” It was really the only garbage song on that disc. That song ruins people’s perception of the album.

  181. bxconnect Says:

    red has more punchlines in one song then most rappers have on there entire cd.that rgw is fucking sick.

  182. Big Homie Says:

    bxconnect Says:

    March 28th, 2007 at 12:24 pm
    red has more punchlines in one song then most rappers have on there entire cd.that rgw is fucking sick.

    ^^ Co-sign

  183. Scizzle Says:

    I don’t wanna hear no other rappers complaining about Def Jam or Jay-Z promoting their artists, because I’ve seen and heard this nigga Redman more this month than I ever have in his whole career. I’ve even learned to respect him more. He was spittin that style that Ludacris spits way before it was cool to spit that way. I hope he goes Plat. I’ll be doing my share to help the big homie get a plaque.

  184. bongo Says:

    same verse from green lantern

  185. hiphop Says:

    Not a freestyle, heard this same rhyme on a mixtape. Its from his new album . Aint mad at him though

  186. chop43 Says:

    i didnt kno redman was dat nice

  187. Marinko Says:

    That was refreshing….Sounded like he was really actually improvising some of that too…deep breath of fresh-air

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