Video: Ay Bay Bay (Remix)

Hurricane Chris ft. The Game, Jadakiss, Lil Boosie and Baby.

This song is significant because it’s a posse remix of a popular Southern song and neither Andre 3000 nor Weezy are on it.


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51 Responses to “Video: Ay Bay Bay (Remix)”

  1. BKScribe Says:

    on cue

  2. The-XFacta Says:

    damn it! Fuck Aye Bay Bay… LP for Eskay too!

  3. BKScribe Says:

    Hurricane Chris ft. The Game, Jadakiss, Lil Boosie and Baby.

    This song is significant because it’s a posse remix of a popular Southern song and neither Andre 3000 nor Weezy are on it.

    ^but babys on it.. and baby got weezy on his lips..

  4. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    COCKSUCKIN BABY! WHATS WIT THE HOMO VIDEOS? NIGGAS STRIPPIN AROUND NIGGAS AGAIN!

  5. Joe 88 Says:

    ?

  6. The-XFacta Says:

    Jadakills this remix though….

  7. Deep North Says:

    Hard to hate on the south. Shout out to game for making 50 money.

  8. Phuque Says:

    # Phuque Says:
    July 30th, 2007 at 11:37 am

    Rey Mr. Glass-Half-Full Says:
    July 30th, 2007 at 11:30 am

    I say we use the same damm tactics they did, and use our dollars–even my about-to-be-laid-off-dollars–to support the good music (no pun intended, for a change)… You know damm well them corporations will accept money spent on Common or Kweli albums just as much as they will Jim motherfucking Jones or Weasel F Fraggle CDs..

    ^^Like I said….I don’t care if Jesus Christ comes out with a double-disc “posthumous” greatest hits album…if I ain’t feelin’ it, then I ain’t feelin’ it. I bought one album in 2006. I’m probably only gonna cop Kanye this year. It is what it is.

  9. Rey Says:

    Phuque Says:

    July 30th, 2007 at 11:28 am
    Rey:

    >>What’s wrong with an album trying but kiiiinda missing the mark?

    ^^Rey….I don’t know about you…but if an album is wack….I’m not buying it. This is why the good Lord created “ITunes”.

    ^^^^

    If an album is wack, I completely understand.. Hell, I downloaded “Push it to the limit” last summer, but you’d have to pay me to even listen to Port of Miami..

    My point is that I think people are being too tough on the artists that have consistently tried to put out quality music or positive messages thru their music.. and I don’t mean some “let’s all hug” bullshit, or some *barf* Black Eyed Peas shit.. I’m talking that Lupe, Common, ‘Ye, Kweli stuff.. Stuff that’s good on it’s own, and good without resorting to the 6 Bs–bullets, blow, bentleys, bitches, bling, bucks–Or, if it does resort to any of those, to do it at a higher level–Jay, Big, Nas.. crack guns money–but there’s a level of quality there that goes above and beyond “Human Crack in the Flesh” or “It’s not my birthday but My name’s on that cake” kinda shit….

    There’s a difference between Airplane and Soul Plane, na mean? Same concept, different execution, same idea, different quality..

    and I agree with Jamz.. the rap fans that claim to care are too quick to shit on “the good guys”.. If the music wasn’t free and therefore easy to acquire and easier to dispose of, the judgments wouldn’t be so harsh..

    Instead of people appreciating the accessibility of the music, they’re taking it, consuming it, and shitting it right the fuck out, days, weeks, and months before the projects hit stores..

    and for all my Billz/Morph fans out there– If that’s a mufuckin’ conspiracy by the man to get us to do that shit, ya’ll are ALL falling for it..

    Yamo support that Kanye, That Kweli, and that Common–at least they’re trying.

  10. green eyes Says:

    BOOOOO at this crap

  11. Big Homie Says:

    Jada’s part is the only thing that is relevant listening to this remix

  12. Joe 88 Says:

    The game killed it, hurricane really killed it (i’m surprised) boosie SMH, no comment for baby, & jada killed it

  13. Phuque Says:

    Reymundo again:

    >>and I agree with Jamz.. the rap fans that claim to care are too quick to shit on “the good guys”.. If the music wasn’t free and therefore easy to acquire and easier to dispose of, the judgments wouldn’t be so harsh..

    ^^I agree to a point. Music is still music whether they’re talking about rims, ice, love, hate, sunshine, or teddy bears…if the lyricist ain’t on point or the song don’t flow right of the beat is wack, then you ain’t gonna just sit there and say “oh well he tried” and bump that shit anyway….well maybe you guys would but I wouldn’t. The Nas’ and Commons of the world have to still make GOOD MUSIC, not matter what the message behind it is.

  14. BKScribe Says:

    jada lost… who was that hermapherdite right before he came on.. and this video cost 50 dollars to make.. not to mention chingo blings remix of this shit was WAYYYYYYYYY better..

    the south needs a coonitomy

    @ rey.. 3 essays in a day.. chill vato

  15. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    green eyes Says:

    July 30th, 2007 at 11:40 am
    BOOOOO at this crap

    ^
    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  16. Phuque Says:

    not = no

  17. Rey Says:

    @ Phuque– I don’t disagree with you.. I’m not saying Blind Allegiance, I’m just saying that people should take their fuckin’ noses out of the air.

  18. Joe 88 Says:

    @Rey

    I fell what your saying but calm the fuck down, you on some “lets over ride the system” type shit, the monster we call the “industry” aint gonna change, if it’s a rapper out there willing to sell his soul for a single & ringtone $, just support the artist you like & K.I.M

    >I agree to a point. Music is still music whether they’re talking about rims, ice, love, hate, sunshine, or teddy bears…if the lyricist ain’t on point or the song don’t flow right of the beat is wack, then you ain’t gonna just sit there and say “oh well he tried” and bump that shit anyway….well maybe you guys would but I wouldn’t. The Nas’ and Commons of the world have to still make GOOD MUSIC, not matter what the message behind it is.

    ^Co-sign

  19. green eyes Says:

    COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:
    July 30th, 2007 at 11:40 am
    BOOOOO at this crap

    ^
    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    ^ hey crazy.. i thought of you last night (not like that) was kicking it was some friend and was coerced into cooking while their lazy asses just sat around watching

  20. Phuque Says:

    >>and this video cost 50 dollars to make

    ^^LOL…they gave it that “This song ringtone is so hot we have to make a remix!!! But we wanna keep the money you’ve already made us” budget.

  21. Joe 88 Says:

    Niggas aint selling records, so they wanna blame it on the south – Game

    I fuck with game for that line alone (nh)

  22. man_amazin Says:

    o no.. who ok’d this???

  23. BKScribe Says:

    # Phuque Says:
    July 30th, 2007 at 11:46 am

    >>and this video cost 50 dollars to make

    ^^LOL…they gave it that “This song ringtone is so hot we have to make a remix!!! But we wanna keep the money you’ve already made us” budget.

    ^now that u mention it.. the video looks like a ringtone commercial.

  24. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    green eyes Says:

    July 30th, 2007 at 11:46 am
    COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:
    July 30th, 2007 at 11:40 am
    BOOOOO at this crap

    ^
    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    ^ hey crazy.. i thought of you last night (not like that) was kicking it was some friend and was coerced into cooking while their lazy asses just sat around watching

    ^^^^
    Church! Yeaaaaa…You getz NO days off!

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  27. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

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  28. The-XFacta Says:

    @

    Joe 88 Says:

    July 30th, 2007 at 11:47 am
    Niggas aint selling records, so they wanna blame it on the south – Game

    I fuck with game for that line alone (nh)

    ——————-

    The Gayme also didn’t sell any records!!! SMH @ this clown ass nigga who claimed he was going to sell 4m and for Jay-Z to push his album back, just so he could actually sell 881k…

  29. Rey Says:

    @ BKS– I know, I know..

    I’m just not as cynical as the rest of the rap world–not saying this site, ya’ll are some openminded cats for the most part–yet.

    Thing is man.. So much of my life and identity has/had to do with the rap I grew up listening to.. and even the shit I like now.. Seeing it diluted the way it is now is painful..

    If I had a nickel for each time a rap song has brought me out of a bad mood or depression or whatever, I’d be a rich motherfucker.. I appreciate that shit, ya know? Be it the lyrics, the beats, whatever.. The legitimate swagger acquired by hustling and putting out quality music, thoughtful music (not emo thoughtful but taking the time to do it right thoughtful).. that shit can be inspiring.

    The right lyrics can flip the whole day around, ya know?

    Rap just doesn’t do that shit anymore, not really anyway.. so when someone like ‘Ye comes out with a joint like “Stronger” or “Can’t tell me nothing”, that’s shit you can bank on, shit you can put on like motherfucking armor and get thru your day..

    The world is a shitty enough place these days, man.. Some days it’s fuckin’ hard to get outta bed, but you all know just as well as I do–so get outta character for a second and walk with me–that the right song at the right time can take you all the way back from the brink..

    So riddle me this, am I really such an emo ayo whatever the hell for thinking this way?

  30. Rey Says:

    *gets down from soapbox*

    Fall out boy. Nice Rack Girl. Star Wars. Kanye.

  31. It'smesnitches Says:

    Please remind why ppl are support this song?

  32. BKScribe Says:

    @ Rey.. I feel you..

    you can compare this to the audio version of gentrification..

    they see the wacktastic rap sells.. they make the good music move off the airwaves.. the “hood” is now flooded with “money making ventures” rather than something that feels like home.. like what you grew up with.. like what you’ve come to know and love..

    I overstand rey

  33. green eyes Says:

    *applauds Rey*

    That, my friend, is what true artistry is about.. creating something that reaches people

  34. It'smesnitches Says:

    Please remind why ppl are supporting this song?*

  35. COCCA88CRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    NEW GATTTDAMN POST

  36. Joe 88 Says:

    The Gayme also didn’t sell any records!!! SMH @ this clown ass nigga who claimed he was going to sell 4m and for Jay-Z to push his album back, just so he could actually sell 881k…

    ^lol so true, but what game said is also a true statement.

    LF: It’s funny at the beginning of the year “this is why i’m hot” was everywhere & mims didn’t even get mention on the hottest MC’s list. His buzz only last like 2 weeks, lol

  37. pmass Says:

    So riddle me this, am I really such an emo ayo whatever the hell for thinking this way?

    ================================

    Yes. Now please hand over your belt and shoestrings……..

    jokes homeboy…….jokes

  38. cee d.a.t. Says:

    The Game>Hurricane Chris (surprised the shit outta me)>JadaKiss>Lil Boosie>The Manly Chick> Baby

  39. Jamz Says:

    Even when you remix a turd, it’s still just a turd!!

  40. BABESBLINGANDBOOZE.BLOGSPOT.COM Says:

    ^LOLOL

  41. It'smesnitches Says:

    ^LMAO

  42. G7 Says:

    Jada not even worth checking on this track. Take any of his verses lately over this song and it will sound exactly the same.

  43. 40 Inch Says:

    why does game have his shirt off? is that really necessary??
    is that REALLY necessary??

    can u say new york city?

  44. 40 Inch Says:

    who da f(*Y is that chick after baby? or is it a chick?? wtf??

  45. 40 Inch Says:

    who da f(** is that chick after baby? or is it a chick?? wtf??

  46. J Hiebs Says:

    WOW! I thought Jadakiss and THE GAME were better than this, they were in my top favorite mcs at one point and time, but after this piece of shit song they got on…NO WAY THIS SHIT IS WACK TO THE FULLEST>COMMERCIAL BULLSHIT! KEEP HIP HOP ALIVE people come on… WEAKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK SONG

  47. Chanel Says:

    Ignoraqnt…Ignorant..GARBAGE!

    So_tired_of_”COON_RAP!”

  48. Nica Says:

    Lmao @ That bitch getting no “feature” mention…

    Nice to see no Wayne, no TI, and a nice mix…

    Too bad its Ay Bay Bay lol

    The Game and Jadakiss would be way better on a better remix…

    I mean… Hurricane Chris?

    I understand a Busta Rhymes remix, some good artist remix,… but this trash? one hit wonder remix?

  49. spanish jay Says:

    shot out the the director of this video and eskay for bring us this…only a talented mind could vividly depict the synergy created by uniting cliches, stereotypes, wack rhymes, annoying voices and beads..thanks guys thanks

  50. Darth Cipher Says:

    i don’t know if anyone realized this… but take a note

    Game through up an H when he said the south!!!
    guess pimp-c’ word stands for something

  51. piffy Says:

    smh at Jada jumping on this…

    the ghost > kiss

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