Video: 50 Cent Behind The Music Trailer

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116 Responses to “Video: 50 Cent Behind The Music Trailer”

  1. Tong Po Flo Says:

    I hate this foo

  2. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    “A Star Is Born” is Jay’s best song since “P.S.A.”

    ^

    that you, Rock?

  3. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    ^
    ROFL

  4. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.

  5. Nah wrong Says:

    Shit looks better than the rest…

  6. Mag Says:

    JMJ better get his due in this.

  7. kelito-vision Says:

    i propose people watch this and take a shot everytime he says aggressive content…..u will die of alcohol poisioning

  8. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 9:37 pm

    D_Block for mayor!!

    *holds up sign*

    *dime bitch asks me who dat*

    *hates on D_Block(you know niggas)*

    *pulls said dime*
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    *slanders dblock’s name with attack ads*

    *sends tabloids stories of secret love child*

    *spikes dblock’s weed with crack*

    *DEA raids dblock’s motel find him in possession crack-cocaine*

    *dblock still wins election in landslide*

  9. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Tong Po Flo Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 9:40 pm
    I hate this foo

    ^^
    Damn b,you don’t fuck with BooBoo?I got a whole new respect for Curtis after the Six Flags,40 Day thing.Nigga cool wit me.

  10. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    I wonder what VH1 is gonna label Tony Yayo when they interview him….

    TONY YAYO
    long time anus wiper

  11. Nah wrong Says:

    A D-loaded that Rae….

    man!!! im going to compare my self!!!

  12. Nah wrong Says:

    wonder what VH1 is gonna label Tony Yayo when they interview him….

    TONY YAYO
    long time anus wiper

    ^^^^^^^^^

    AYO

  13. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    jay elec>>>>>

    i had no idea. i’m just finishing up AOTC.

    this my new grown folk hip-hop.

    plus i’ma check him & flaco bey on the 8th up here and had to know what to expect.

    DAMN!

  14. Dre Says:

    >>i propose people watch this and take a shot everytime he says aggressive content…..u will die of alcohol poisioning

    haha, other phrases you can use: “harsh realities” or “direct parallels”

  15. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    jay elec>>>>>

    i had no idea.
    ^
    For real though

  16. Jersey*made*me Says:

    *dblock still wins election in landslide*

    ^^

    Lol,Ol Marion Barry ass ninja.

  17. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    “general public”

  18. Mag Says:

    Man i’m really late on these Keri hilson music videos.

    Cot DAM

  19. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Damn b,you don’t fuck with BooBoo?I got a whole new respect for Curtis after the Six Flags,40 Day thing.Nigga cool wit me.

    ^ Yeah I do but I saw the lack of hate in the comment section so I had to step up to the plate lol

  20. g7 Says:

    BISD?? Fif stay gettin’ shelved lately.

  21. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    For real though

    ^
    i’m sayin where he come from?(ut-uh)

    who sent that nigga?(c) land

  22. Jersey*made*me Says:

    >>i propose people watch this and take a shot everytime he says aggressive content…..u will die of alcohol poisioning

    haha, other phrases you can use: “harsh realities” or “direct parallels”

    ^^
    Let’s not forget”in that space”or”creative space”.

  23. Cmac Says:

    Grotd> most

  24. Danielson a.k.a. My Blog Game Proper™ Says:

    “A Star Is Born” is Jay’s best song since “P.S.A.”

    ^

    that song is my favourite on the whole album. hov’s spitting the truth and then hands the torch to J.Cole, which incidentally, is the first time I’ve ever heard him.

    Is the Warm Up that good? his flow and rhymes were nice on the Jay track so I’m interested now (none).

  25. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    *DEAD* @ guy on MY9 “Jail” saying he went to college for 18 years..9 Years for High School…ROFFLE!!!!!

  26. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Is the Warm Up that good? his flow and rhymes were nice on the Jay track so I’m interested now (none).

    ^^

    Dog I been telling niggas that lil yellow nigga nice.Niggas couldn’t see past Drake though.

  27. "A" Chick lost in my thoughts so my eyez be asian Says:

    that song is my favourite on the whole album. hov’s spitting the truth and then hands the torch to J.Cole, which incidentally, is the first time I’ve ever heard him.
    ————————–
    I think J.Cole could’ve easily renegaded Jay on that track, but he didn’t.
    That says a lot about him.

  28. Nah wrong Says:

    BISD?? Fif stay gettin’ shelved lately.

    NOV 6 heard he going head up with the game…

  29. g7 Says:

    >>NOV 6 heard he going head up with the game…

    ==
    interesting. (n)

  30. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    I think J.Cole could’ve easily renegaded Jay on that track, but he didn’t.

    ^

    why u think his verse made final cut and Drake’s didnt

  31. "A" Chick lost in my thoughts so my eyez be asian Says:

    The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs…not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 9:57 pm

    why u think his verse made final cut and Drake’s did
    ———
    lol. Jay needs to relax a bit and let the music do what it do.

    I’m suprised he let Ye’ spit more than once.

  32. kelito-vision Says:

    >>NOV 6 heard he going head up with the game…

    ==
    interesting. (n)

    ^^^^

    i don’t that even though it would make alot of business sense for both

  33. Rockabye Says:

    “A Star Is Born” is Jay’s best song since “P.S.A.”

    ^

    that you, Rock?

    ^

    Who wants to know?

  34. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    Who wants to know?

    ^

    u cant be serious….in what sense? its like a Game name dropping orgy, albeit more clever

  35. Rockabye Says:

    u cant be serious….in what sense? its like a Game name dropping orgy, albeit more clever

    ^

    It sounds good, hook’s immaculate, it’s pretty honest and yet still an eff you (I mean, “Every day a star is born” and yet he can rap that third verse all about himself as a way of saying he stuck around), and Cole kills it. I wanna know who sang the hook.

    Oh, and Ye did Jay every favor Timbo didn’t with his production. Fire.

  36. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Rock

    Better then Say Hello, Success & Fallin’? Beach Chair, Do You Wanna Ride (nh) & The Prelude?

  37. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Oh and 10 Bricks >>>>>>>>>

  38. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    NOV 6 heard he going head up with the game…

    ^^

    This could get ugly.

    *logs onto Nah wearing a vest in preparation for the inevitable shots*

  39. Chee Says:

    im actually sort of intrigued by this

  40. Rockabye Says:

    Better then Say Hello, Success & Fallin’? Beach Chair, Do You Wanna Ride (nh) & The Prelude?

    ^

    On par with Say Hello, Success, Fallin’, and American Dreamin’. Better than Beach Chair (nah, it still doesn’t work), and Do U Wanna Ride. Young Forever is in that discussion, too.

    If only that Grammy Family freestyle had been released as a song.

  41. The Shot Clock aka We talkin bout dogs...not a game, not a game. dogs. Says:

    It sounds good, hook’s immaculate, it’s pretty honest and yet still an eff you (I mean, “Every day a star is born” and yet he can rap that third verse all about himself as a way of saying he stuck around), and Cole kills it. I wanna know who sang the hook.

    ^

    ok… but the best since PSA? thats big talk

    >Oh, and Ye did Jay every favor Timbo didn’t with his production. Fire.

    we wont know until we hear Ye’s next shit….dudes got crates of genius beats, the BP3 joints could be throwaways, nigga is that good.

  42. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    Oh and 10 Bricks >>>>>>>>>

    ^^

    *Listens to Track 19*

    *Robs you*

  43. b-ease Says:

    I re-bought Guess Who’s Back yesterday for 6 bucks.

    Still crack. That nigga 50 was the best hiphop freshman since BIG. And he essentially used the same formula, an East Coast Mentality with a West Coast gift for simple narratives.

    Tears on they pillow
    Niggas cry in the dark
    Cuz if they did during the day
    Niggas would question they heart

    Come on…

  44. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    ^

    On par with Say Hello, Success, Fallin’, and American Dreamin’. Better than Beach Chair (nah, it still doesn’t work), and Do U Wanna Ride. Young Forever is in that discussion, too.

    If only that Grammy Family freestyle had been released as a song.
    ^
    Cool, you like what you like, period.

    But Beach Chair is among my favorite Jay joints ever. Also, while i think Young Forever is crazy, i really wish his second verse would of been his first on it. I’m not to crazy about the flow he started the song off with but the second verse? Forget about it…

  45. b-ease Says:

    I mean, In Da Club kinda sucks in hindsight, but What Up Gangsta, Many Men, Heat, and a couple other joints were kind of amazing. Like, literally amazing.

    LF: The War Report >>>>

    I don’t care what nobody say. Tragedy was writing for NORE.

  46. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Yo i could talk about basketball and Hip-Hop until I’m blue in the face….niggas i chill with know not to bring up Hip-Hop around me….

  47. b-ease Says:

    The War Report > Infamous

    *maintains straight face while ducking shots (ll)*

  48. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    I mean, In Da Club kinda sucks in hindsight, but What Up Gangsta, Many Men, Heat, and a couple other joints were kind of amazing. Like, literally amazing.
    ^
    This.

  49. b-ease Says:

    The Professor Griff shit got me thinking. Its not only black artists that get offed/manipulated, its anybody that holds an unnatural hold on the youth.

    John Lennon, Elvis, and Eminem losing Proof are examples.

  50. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    The War Report > Infamous

    *maintains straight face while ducking shots (ll)*
    ^
    *pages Woodro and Rigz simultaneously* nh

  51. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 10:28 pm

    I mean, In Da Club kinda sucks in hindsight, but What Up Gangsta, Many Men, Heat, and a couple other joints were kind of amazing. Like, literally amazing.

    LF: The War Report >>>>

    I don’t care what nobody say. Tragedy was writing for NORE.
    _ _ _ _

    In Da Club really doesn’t suck at all. Many Men sucks, with all that sunny days wouldn’t be special corny bs. But If I Can’t is by far the best cut off that record.

  52. g7 Says:

    remember last year Timbaland came out saying he was gonna produce the entire BP3. Thank God Jay squashed that idea with the quickness. Woulda been a recipe for disaster.

  53. b-ease Says:

    So, consensus so far, is that Rae did the impossible and released a sequel to the greatest hiphop album of all time (I’ll stand by that), and its actually really dope?

    That’s whats up. s

  54. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    In Da Club really doesn’t suck at all. Many Men sucks
    ^
    *Doesn’t read the rest of the sentence*\

    But i will say it was the beat for In Da Club that was so infectious, there was never anything DOPE about nursery rhymes, ever.

  55. b-ease Says:

    But If I Can’t is by far the best cut off that record.

    ^^
    No-sign on In Da Club not sucking and Many Men being shit. But co-sign the above. That shit was right in the middle of the album, perfect placement, perfect beat, perfect flow.

  56. farsideoff Says:

    # D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 10:32 pm

    In Da Club really doesn’t suck at all. Many Men sucks
    ^
    *Doesn’t read the rest of the sentence*\

    But i will say it was the beat for In Da Club that was so infectious, there was never anything DOPE about nursery rhymes, ever.
    _ _ _ _
    yeah, of course, that’s a great beat. Who the fuck listens to 50 for lyrics? You listen to 50 to hear Dre beats. Thus a good 50 song means he doesn’t say anything retarded, flows with the beat, and Dre comes through with a sick beat.

  57. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Yo Sev

    While i agree with that, VvsM is a dope club record and Reminder sounds immensely better mastered and in the sequence that it is on the album.

  58. g7 Says:

    >>LF: The War Report >>>>

    ^it’s a damn shame Marley Marl doesn’t get the credit he deserves for producing almost the entire album. He’s never mentioned on GOAT producer lists on here. niggas is too young to know. Marley is the reason Premo and Pete Rock got into this.

  59. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Sev you already got the H-O and Rae or no..?

  60. b-ease Says:

    I havent heard either LP in its entirety, but I got stoned and started thinking how interesting it is that Jay and Rae are dropping the same time.

    The arguable creator of “mafiso rap” (even tho he doesnt want to call it that), and its biggest benefactor, both out to prove that they still got it. But taking the polar opposite approaches. Jay got in front of the game and is dropping the LP Drake wanted/wished he could drop, and Rae is completely ignoring current conventions. Doesnt really mean anything, just interesting…

  61. farsideoff Says:

    “I’m the drop out that made more than the teachers/roofless like the coupe/but I come with more features.”

    That’s the only 50 line, outside of “How to Rob” that I ever really liked.

  62. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    So, consensus so far, is that Rae did the impossible and released a sequel to the greatest hiphop album of all time (I’ll stand by that), and its actually really dope?

    That’s whats up. s

    ^^

    I’ve been rolling back to back L’s (No Budden) and listening to this. There have been extended periods of me shaking my head in disbelief. Deck snapped on Mean Streets.

    Oh lord, Kiss The Ring (II) just started…

  63. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    *Is not a clipse fan and feels great about self*

  64. b-ease Says:

    That’s the only 50 line, outside of “How to Rob” that I ever really liked.

    ^^
    You need more Power of the Dollar in Your Life. It was like a Mase album written by Jay. And I mean that in the most complimentary way possible.

  65. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    I’ve been rolling back to back L’s (No Budden)
    ^
    Dead

  66. b-ease Says:

    Deck snapped on Mean Streets.

    ^^
    I know I keep mentioning this, but the Scratch article mentioned him murdering this particular track over 3 years ago. It’s ill that Rae is clearly making timeless music right now.

  67. g7 Says:

    D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 10:34 pm
    Yo Sev

    While i agree with that, VvsM is a dope club record and Reminder sounds immensely better mastered and in the sequence that it is on the album.

    ^I still have to listen to those, but Ghetto Techno almost made me hurl. Timb was speaking the truth a couple years back when he said he’s bored with hip hop. He needs to stick with Justin and Nelly F.

  68. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 10:35 pm

    I havent heard either LP in its entirety, but I got stoned and started thinking how interesting it is that Jay and Rae are dropping the same time.

    The arguable creator of “mafiso rap” (even tho he doesnt want to call it that), and its biggest benefactor, both out to prove that they still got it. But taking the polar opposite approaches. Jay got in front of the game and is dropping the LP Drake wanted/wished he could drop, and Rae is completely ignoring current conventions. Doesnt really mean anything, just interesting…
    _ _ _ _
    to add to that, Jay totally fucked with people by releasing DOA as the first single making people think BP3 was going to be a throwback album to hip hop’s roots, using real instruments for beats and saying fuck current trends and instead comes out with an album that just overuses trends from the past 3 years of all music.

  69. b-ease Says:

    g7 Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 10:34 pm
    >>LF: The War Report >>>>

    ^it’s a damn shame Marley Marl doesn’t get the credit he deserves for producing almost the entire album. He’s never mentioned on GOAT producer lists on here. niggas is too young to know. Marley is the reason Premo and Pete Rock got into this.

    ^^
    Clearly, I co-sign this.

    Unfortunately, Marley, like alot of the pioneers were introduced to crack when everybody thought it was just cheap coke and not the mark of the beast. Crack changed hip hop, for better or worse.

  70. g7 Says:

    *daps b-ease, dblock, farside*

  71. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Ease

    I’m afraid i have bad news bruh.

  72. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Daps sev

  73. Jersey*made*me Says:

    WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH NIGGAS?????????????????????

    BP3 is dope as fuck!!! I’m disgusted how niggas just front and overanalyze shit.Ain’t nobody doing nothing better than this right now,nobody.

  74. farsideoff Says:

    That’s the only 50 line, outside of “How to Rob” that I ever really liked.

    ^^
    You need more Power of the Dollar in Your Life. It was like a Mase album written by Jay. And I mean that in the most complimentary way possible.
    _ _ _ _
    downloading now

  75. g7 Says:

    @ Dblock

    I’m cool. I’m gonna wait on release day for Rae and Jay. I wanna feel like a kid again. lol. nh.

  76. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH NIGGAS?????????????????????

    BP3 is dope as fuck!!! I’m disgusted how niggas just front and overanalyze shit.Ain’t nobody doing nothing better than this right now,nobody.

  77. b-ease Says:

    instead comes out with an album that just overuses trends from the past 3 years of all music.

    ^^
    Like I said, I havent heard BP3 in its entirety, but love it or hate it, it sounds like the future to me, not a rehash. I mean, even if you hate it, when have you ever heard a song like Run This Town? Think about it…two 8 bar verses by the main MC, 16 by the guest MC, a off key hook thats not about clubbing, and a guitar laden track. Next shit…whether you like it for not…

  78. Rockabye Says:

    I mean, In Da Club kinda sucks in hindsight, but What Up Gangsta, Many Men, Heat, and a couple other joints were kind of amazing. Like, literally amazing.

    ^

    GRODT > An Eminem album other than Shady LP

  79. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    I’m cool. I’m gonna wait on release day for Rae and Jay. I wanna feel like a kid again. lol. nh.
    ^
    Cool. I’m coppin’ like 5 different album on 9/11 word to Rigz

  80. b-ease Says:

    I’m cool. I’m gonna wait on release day for Rae and Jay. I wanna feel like a kid again. lol. nh.

    ^^
    Word the fuck up. I feel like I’m in fucking high school, lol.

  81. Jersey*made*me Says:

    The arguable creator of “mafiso rap” (even tho he doesnt want to call it that), and its biggest benefactor, both out to prove that they still got it.

    ^^

    No-sign.That would be Kool G Rap,do your research b.

  82. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    I mean, even if you hate it, when have you ever heard a song like Run This Town? Think about it…two 8 bar verses by the main MC, 16 by the guest MC, a off key hook thats not about clubbing, and a guitar laden track. Next shit…whether you like it for not…

  83. b-ease Says:

    song like Run This Town?

    ^^
    edit : a “single” like Run This Town?

  84. g7 Says:

    >>10 Producers Who Could Have Saved The Blueprint 3

    ^i’m not co-signing this article in nr lite, but Jay over a Nicolay beat would be straight bonkers!!! I’d love to hear that.

  85. Rockabye Says:

    Reminder sounds immensely better mastered and in the sequence that it is on the album.

    ^

    I really hate that whining synth in the chorus and the riff throughout the song. Then I find myself singing the hook.

  86. b-ease Says:

    No-sign.That would be Kool G Rap,do your research b.

    ^^
    Its funny, I was gonna mention G Rap, and you’re right. I should have specified, Rae was the “resurrector” of mafioso rap, after 4 years of the Native Tongues and the upcoming Bad Boy onslaught.

  87. g7 Says:

    D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 10:43 pm
    I’m cool. I’m gonna wait on release day for Rae and Jay. I wanna feel like a kid again. lol. nh.
    ^
    Cool. I’m coppin’ like 5 different album on 9/11 word to Rigz

    ^I thought you didn’t buy albums? change of heart? no Jayceon

  88. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    I regret to inform that Pyrex Vision is only 55 seconds long.

  89. b-ease Says:

    Reminder.

    ^^
    CRACK.

  90. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    ^I thought you didn’t buy albums? change of heart? no Jayceon
    ^
    Well, there is a back story but I decided to support good music and good music only.

  91. b-ease Says:

    I’m coppin’ like 5 different album on 9/11 word to Rigz

    ^^
    I’m proud of you, no homo. I mean, why not? Liner notes are ill…

  92. Rockabye Says:

    As a certified Jay stan with no Wu experience (I mean, really; I know I’m an idiot, but I’m a 90s baby, I’m going to like BP3 more than OB4CL2. I just know it.

  93. b-ease Says:

    I regret to inform that Pyrex Vision is only 55 seconds long.

    ^^
    Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat??????

    *shoots self in the face*

    *prays for slow, painful death*

  94. g7 Says:

    >>Unfortunately, Marley, like alot of the pioneers were introduced to crack when everybody thought it was just cheap coke and not the mark of the beast. Crack changed hip hop, for better or worse.

    ====
    damn! i didn’t even know Marley got caught up like that.

  95. b-ease Says:

    I’m so depressed right now. I was gonna cop the LP, listen to Pyrex Vision, then spark the L, and listen to the whole thing. Rae is fucking with my life…

  96. g7 Says:

    D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 10:46 pm
    ^I thought you didn’t buy albums? change of heart? no Jayceon
    ^
    Well, there is a back story but I decided to support good music and good music only.

    ^nothing wrong with that. props!

  97. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Its funny, I was gonna mention G Rap, and you’re right. I should have specified, Rae was the “resurrector” of mafioso rap, after 4 years of the Native Tongues and the upcoming Bad Boy onslaught.
    ^^
    No doubt.*daps* SMH that Native Tongues didn’t have a longer run and niggas don’t talk about Prince Paul and Sammy B.

  98. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    I’m so depressed right now. I was gonna cop the LP, listen to Pyrex Vision, then spark the L, and listen to the whole thing. Rae is fucking with my life…
    ^
    Lmao…i told you it was bad news….don’t worry though, there’s a lot of other shit that definitely compensates for your loss.

  99. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    BP3 >>

  100. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    Well, there is a back story but I decided to support good music and good music only.

    ^^

    This.

    The Champion Hoodie and Timbs are laid out in preparation for the trip to HMV on the 8th.

  101. D_Block_4_life AKA heat the track up like abodo/sazon/sofrito Says:

    Gihad >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  102. b-ease Says:

    Rockabye Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 10:47 pm
    As a certified Jay stan with no Wu experience (I mean, really; I know I’m an idiot, but I’m a 90s baby, I’m going to like BP3 more than OB4CL2. I just know it.

    ^^
    I understand your plight, and no shots, but in order to really understand why the music is how it is the present, you have to check out the blueprints. Cuban Linx hasnt aged a day, word to my dead father. Spark the L, and fall into its magnificence. I mean, I was coming up on Wu and BIG, but I sought out PE and Rakim later just so I knew.

    I mean, would you trust a rock fans opinion that handnt heard Sgt Pepper or Dark Side of the Moon (regardless of how they felt about the albums)? I wouldnt…

  103. g7 Says:

    Rockabye Says:

    September 1st, 2009 at 10:47 pm
    As a certified Jay stan with no Wu experience (I mean, really; I know I’m an idiot, but I’m a 90s baby, I’m going to like BP3 more than OB4CL2. I just know it.

    ^makes sense.

  104. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Niggas fronted on Immobilarity.Live from NY and MGM was sick.

  105. Rockabye Says:

    Spark the L

    ^

    I don’t smoke, but I zone to music.

    I sought out PE and Rakim later just so I knew.

    ^

    I do listen to Rakim. Go figure.

  106. g7 Says:

    >>Jay got in front of the game and is dropping the LP Drake wanted/wished he could drop

    ^another trend Jay will take credit for years from now…lol. the guy is smart.

  107. D-Money from H-Town aka My Repertoire is USSR Says:

    I wanna know how Game and Jimmy are going to respond. They probably are trying to find BP 3 instrumentals right now for their diss records.

    *Forever D-Money*

  108. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    Thinking about it – it’s like everyone is going for the crown this year.

    NY albums so far and due this year:

    Mos Def
    DOOM
    Jay
    Ghost
    Rae
    50
    Fab
    Meth & Red (half Jersey)

    There’s more, I know – but as a fan, I’m pretty fucking excited. It’s a sign of the times though, I guess

  109. farsideoff Says:

    # b-ease Says:
    September 1st, 2009 at 10:43 pm

    song like Run This Town?

    ^^
    edit : a “single” like Run This Town?

    _ _ _ _
    I really like Run this Town. But, songs like Real as it Gets, and On to the Next One, the timbaland track (I mean why the fuck Hov going to put some of his best world-play on a song called Venus vs. Mars that has a godawful chorus), just never should’ve made an album in 2009. They were the future in 2006. Jay is not the future. 40 year olds don’t change the game. They get pushed out of the game. The turning point for me was when Jay did A Billie, and even though the verse was sick, he just couldn’t flow with the beat. Like somebody said earlier, Snoop had almost a bigger effect on the game as Jay, Jay is just good at perfecting trends set by others. But BP3 shows he no longer has that ability. Not to mention, he seems like he’s run out of things to rap about, his life is too easy now and he’s too happy and relaxed to be a good artist.

  110. b-ease Says:

    Niggas fronted on Immobilarity.

    ^^
    There were joints on there, especially 100 Bars. But like Amp said, I remember hearing the Big Bub joint and literally popping the CD out of my player after I first copped it. That shit was toooo wack to believe, and I never got over it.

  111. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    *Forgot The R. and Nas/Damian Marley

    It will be a while before we see another 2009. Appreciate it.

  112. g7 Says:

    >>Niggas fronted on Immobilarity.Live from NY and MGM was sick.

    ^that album had a few bangers on it. but overall it was lacklustre and a poor follow up to one of the greatest albums ever. that album didn’t have enough guess spots, which for a Rae album is one of his strengths. too much solo material…lol.

  113. HAHAHAHAHA Says:

    wow did you not call him “curtis” are u feeling ok nation??

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