Juelz Santana feat. Chris Brown – Back To The Crib [DJ]

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Off Evil Empire & DJ Suss One’s Expensive Taste 2 mixtape.

YN & Info say it might be a single from his long-delayed Born To Lose, Built To Win album. Damn Juelz, you had me fooled when “Days Of Our Lives” dropped.

Juelz Santana feat. Chris Brown – Back To The Crib (DJ) [via Splash]


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37 Responses to “Juelz Santana feat. Chris Brown – Back To The Crib [DJ]”

  1. A tribe called quest aka Yo Lurker, Im really happy for you & imma let you finish, but my comment is one of the greatest comments of all time Says:

    Culoooooooooooooooo

  2. the real truth Says:

    That’s all due to payola.The DJ’s are now suckas who don’t play what they like,niggas used to break records they was feeling,now it’s what they get paid to play.Bloggers post shit for industry favors(tickets,pics,autographs,a sip of Rose’,etc).Why cater to the internet when that’s where niggas dl your shit and take food out your mouth?

    ^
    Because the younger audience 14-25 are mostly on the computer…i mean your basically taking a crapshoot tht the people who download it also will buy it…i mean i do but i kno many dont and if they have to cater to both…look at Styles hes dope stays on the streets doesnt sell…now look at somebody like Joe Budden…also dope but mostly has an internet presence but he doesnt sell either…its all about timing and proper marketing

  3. the real truth Says:

    I keep seing tht white girl who the fuck is she?

  4. landLORD Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    September 21st, 2009 at 7:36 pm
    dopest stands the test of time… what’s “hot” eventually cools off and disappears …
    =================================
    But what good is being dope if nobody knows who the fuck you are?

    ——————

    its better to have a few great artists in the industry say that you’re great, than have every tom, dick and homo say you’re “hot” … Jay Electronica has enough well-respected cosigns … everyone doesnt want to be revered by the masses… thats usually only for the people that thrive only on attention, mas acceptance, and materialistic rewards … some people thrive off of being genuine artists and speakers of truth, and being true to their own ideas … fuck the masses… following the crowd or their wishes, is 9 out of 10 times detrimental to ones own peace …

  5. landLORD Says:

    mass acceptance > mas acceptance

  6. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    look at Styles hes dope stays on the streets doesnt sell
    ======================================
    He doesn’t really make commercially viable music either.

    Make a couple of hit records & you’ll sell some albums.

    Simple.

  7. the real truth Says:

    thats usually only for the people that thrive only on attention, mas acceptance, and materialistic rewards

    ^
    This Is The Greatest Sentence Ever Typed….Ever

  8. the real truth Says:

    He doesn’t really make commercially viable music either.

    Make a couple of hit records & you’ll sell some albums.

    Simple.

    ^
    I Get High and tht joint with swizz got spins though

  9. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    everyone doesnt want to be revered by the masses… thats usually only for the people that thrive only on attention, mas acceptance, and materialistic rewards … some people thrive off of being genuine artists and speakers of truth, and being true to their own ideas … fuck the masses… following the crowd or their wishes, is 9 out of 10 times detrimental to ones own peace …
    ==============================================
    Every MC wants to be heard by as many people as they can.

    That doesn’t mean selling out or crossing over.

  10. Jersey*made*me Says:

    @Boosie

    With your logic,Biggie would’ve fell off by now,I don’t see it.

  11. landLORD Says:

    “A Gangster And A Gentleman” is the best lp by any artist ever employed by/as the LOX or D-Block… by far …

  12. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    I Get High and tht joint with swizz got spins though
    ===================================
    Neither of them shits was strong enough to sell an album and that’s what a single has to do.

  13. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:47 pm

    @Boosie

    With your logic,Biggie would’ve fell off by now,I don’t see it.
    _______________________________________________________________

    Biggie had a hot flow, presence and other qualities that made him who he was…..he might have fell off and he might not….Only one rapper has been “hot” for a long time and thats jay-z….the odds are are 1 out of a million for a rapper to be relevant past 10 years…

  14. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    “A Gangster And A Gentleman” is the best lp by any artist ever employed by/as the LOX or D-Block… by far …
    =============================
    And it went Gold.

    Styles is a Gold album artist.

    Jada has Platinum potential.

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

    I think the days of seeing niggas like Jay or Nas, who the streets respect as lyricists, crossing over to mainstream are largely over. you’ll get a few here and there, but they won’t touch the success of a Jay or a (chuckle) Nas.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    your probably right..but i dont understand the concept of being weak lyricist and selling more…look at Joe Budden he was respected as a lyricist he had a hot song(Pump it Up) on Def Jam a major label and didnt sell and that was 6 years ago when people bought music more often

  16. the real truth Says:

    “A Gangster And A Gentleman” is the best lp by any artist ever employed by/as the LOX or D-Block… by far

    ^
    It Just Bothers me When Dope Albums/Projects get no recognition

  17. landLORD Says:

    Every MC wants to be heard by as many people as they can.

    That doesn’t mean selling out or crossing over

    ————-

    sure they wanna be heard… but JayE (and Just Blaze) overstand that their kind of productions wont be marketed and moved by the indusrty movers and shakers, and apparently they’re cool with that … maybe they’d rather live in relative anonymity and subsist on their show money and other disposable income … everyone doesnt want to be rich and famous and be on the cover of XXL or Nahright … outward vanity is a female trait …

  18. eskay Says:

    >>it basically means lyricim in the sense of using big multisyllable words is dead….that was the norm for rappers back in the day…and at that the time those were hot rappers….now not so much…new era new day

    you and your fucking “multisyllable words”. that’s like your fucking “aggressive content” stfu with that shit already. that’s Boosie’s backhand way of saying nobody cares about New York rappers anymore. Andre 3000 uses “multisyllable words” and he’s considered one of the modern day GOATS, no?

  19. baby jesus Says:

    A Gangster And A Gentleman” is the best lp by any artist ever employed by/as the LOX or D-Block… by far

    ^
    never really thought about it like that but youre kind of right

  20. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # eskay Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:44 pm

    >>has skyzoo ever had a song on the radio?

    not that I know of, but what’s your point?
    ______________________________________________________

    I was just asking cause I doubt more than 500 people know who skyzoo is.

  21. Beezy Says:

    a Chris Brown ft. gets posted…really? SMH

  22. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    “A Gangster And A Gentleman” is the best lp by any artist ever employed by/as the LOX or D-Block… by far

    ^
    It Just Bothers me When Dope Albums/Projects get no recognition
    ============================================
    The cats who were gonna “get” that album, they got it.

    It’s just not gonna be widely accepted by a large number of Hip-Hop heads.

  23. the real truth Says:

    but i dont understand the concept of being weak lyricist and selling more

    ^
    People are stupid point blank period…Lupe dumb’d It Down To Sell…Jay did It To Sell and so did Nasir, If people dont understand it or if they cant comprehend it they dont want it

  24. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # eskay Says:
    September 21st, 2009 at 7:54 pm

    >>it basically means lyricim in the sense of using big multisyllable words is dead….that was the norm for rappers back in the day…and at that the time those were hot rappers….now not so much…new era new day

    you and your fucking “multisyllable words”. that’s like your fucking “aggressive content” stfu with that shit already. that’s Boosie’s backhand way of saying nobody cares about New York rappers anymore. Andre 3000 uses “multisyllable words” and he’s considered one of the modern day GOATS, no?
    _____________________________________________________________

    Andre 3000 had a world class flow and other qualities that set him apart from the rest….him nas, jay, lupe and a few more are the only cats who can be lyrically hot.

    But 3000 also knew how to make songs as well…something a lot of lyrical dudes can’t do.

  25. eskay Says:

    I don’t think everybody wants to be heard by everybody in the world. certainly not a Jay Electronica or a Blu, who I’m sure both know that alot of niggas minds aren’t advanced enough to follow their wordplay/subject matter.

    I don’t rap, but as a blogger I make conscious decisions not to post certain shit that I know would bring in alot more hits than I get now. I could start posting ever shitty R&B track that leaks, but that’s not what me or this site is about.

  26. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Andre 3000 uses “multisyllable words” and he’s considered one of the modern day GOATS, no?
    ^^
    Why is 3000 on the hottest list if it meanest “not dopest”? For Green Light?smh.

  27. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    sure they wanna be heard… but JayE (and Just Blaze) overstand that their kind of productions wont be marketed and moved by the indusrty movers and shakers, and apparently they’re cool with that … maybe they’d rather live in relative anonymity and subsist on their show money and other disposable income … everyone doesnt want to be rich and famous and be on the cover of XXL or Nahright … outward vanity is a female trait …
    =============================================
    Why does it have to be vanity? Who says it’s about the fame or the riches? Why can’t it be a want to spread the message to the masses, enlighten cats on how good Hip-Hop can sound?

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  29. Jersey*made*me Says:

    means>meanest

  30. AmpGeez a.k.a Roll That S#!t, Light That S#!t, Smoke That S#!T Says:

    I don’t think everybody wants to be heard by everybody in the world. certainly not a Jay Electronica or a Blu, who I’m sure both know that alot of niggas minds aren’t advanced enough to follow their wordplay/subject matter.
    ===========================================
    But it’s not like their going out of their way not to attract fans. Jay is just making the music he wants to make and let’s be honest, this dude is a special case. He’s not your average generic rapper.

    He’s special enough to get that love from the masses.

    Stop sleeping on my nigga, trying to box him in.

  31. Young SD Says:

    People are stupid point blank period…Lupe dumb’d It Down To Sell…Jay did It To Sell and so did Nasir, If people dont understand it or if they cant comprehend it they dont want it

    ^^

    You Mean Like Gucci The Dumbest/Simplest Rapper

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  34. kim Says:

    That song is so fire love it love it love it

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  37. SWEETPEA Says:

    HOT NEW SONG!!!!

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