Sade feat. Maino – Soldier Of Love (Remix)

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Maino (unofficially, of course) remixes Sade’s single.

Sade feat. Maino – Soldier Of Love (Remix)

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76 Responses to “Sade feat. Maino – Soldier Of Love (Remix)”

  1. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    ^you are a teenager who lives in Oakland

    lets start living in reality

    You need to start thinking of a career young man. You can’t be a drain on society forever.

    ^

    nigga im gutter. the drug trade ain’t offerin wut im lookin for.

    i’m tryna be rich in one night, not one decade.

    theres a BIG DIFFERENCE between my life and yours

    cam’ron said it best

    “Your regular married with children, dawg 9 to 5 office pool
    Couldn’t live that life, I need a loft and pool
    I had too much class, I aint report to school”

  2. Beezy Says:

    this just in:

    Maino >>>>>>>>>>

  3. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    i swear im contemplatin hittin the battle scene..

    but i dont want my career to be thrown the battle rapper pile..

    fucc dat. im tryna create classics

  4. &What?! Says:

    “Your regular married with children, dawg 9 to 5 office pool
    Couldn’t live that life, I need a loft and pool
    I had too much class, I aint report to school”

    ^

    Word.

  5. TheCo!!inB Says:

    this bad, real bad. michael jackson

  6. Remixznflow Says:

    ooooohhhhhh she fine…

    sade>>>>>>

  7. &What?! Says:

    i swear im contemplatin hittin the battle scene..

    but i dont want my career to be thrown the battle rapper pile..

    fucc dat. im tryna create classics

    ^

    You ain’t never gonna make in rap. There are too many other rappers, it’s like tryna get into the NBA or NFL.. you gotta be something special, or mad creative.

  8. b-ease Says:

    chosing a dope beat is not a skill b. If thats the case why come there is a popular consensus on nah of what beats are dope and which ones arent.

    ^^
    Because like I said, and Rigz reiterated, a dope beat, and a dope beat you sound dope over are two different animals.

  9. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    I think when left to his own devices, without Steve Stoute and Serch holding his hand, he doesnt know what beats are dope, and suit his style in the correct way.

    ————

    exactly

    I give Nas the utmost credit for being an artist willing to take risks musically, but I also have to be honest in admitting when such risks fail. Nas is definitely better than Jay lyrically, but as ease pointed out earlier, the homie’s had a penchant for selecting bizarre beats (ie damn near the entire Streets Disciple album, both discs), which IMO don’t help in his efforts to execute conceptually.

  10. Ghost Writer Says:

    I’d hit

  11. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    # &What?! Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 3:18 pm

    i swear im contemplatin hittin the battle scene..

    but i dont want my career to be thrown the battle rapper pile..

    fucc dat. im tryna create classics

    ^

    You ain’t never gonna make in rap. There are too many other rappers, it’s like tryna get into the NBA or NFL.. you gotta be something special, or mad creative.

    ^

    if im better than gucci, oj da jooman, n soulja boy

    aint shit that any nigga living on this earth could say to me fam

    no disrespect

  12. b-ease Says:

    I havent heard the Sade song yet, but I still know that this is an abomination.

  13. RIGZ Says:

    # Ghost Writer Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 3:19 pm

    I’d hit

    ^^^

    I’d wife & have a family.

  14. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Shes looks like a reptile in this photo. I’m leaning towards albino gecko.

  15. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    plus i gotta fan base

    that stretches from the bay to london.

    plus i got Pirate City holdin my back.

    aint nuthin im worried about..im young and things take time.

    ofcourse i aint puttin all my egs in one basket….dats what dumb niggas do

    but i got shit under my sleeve

  16. RIGZ Says:

    Who Is The Best Producer On The Mic?

    ^^

    Xtra P, Dilla or Kanye…cant really decide which one tho…

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

    Maino (unofficially, of course)
    ^^^^^^^
    of course

  18. &What?! Says:

    if im better than gucci, oj da jooman, n soulja boy

    aint shit that any nigga living on this earth could say to me fam

    no disrespect

    ^

    Soulja Boy blew up off a fucking dance routine, which imo was horrid, but it obviously appealed to enough people to make that song one of the biggest of the year across the globe.

    You gotta find your own lane.

  19. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    i like how beezy adresses me like i’m a country

    “somali, im tryna help you”

    lol that shit enlightens me

  20. PsicoMagia Says:

    shit aint bad..smart move …this single came out yesterday…

  21. RIGZ Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 3:22 pm

    Shes looks like a reptile in this photo. I’m leaning towards albino gecko.

    ^^

    wow lol

  22. cOLD Says:

    Because like I said, and Rigz reiterated, a dope beat, and a dope beat you sound dope over are two different animals

    ^ smh.

  23. &What?! Says:

    plus i gotta fan base

    that stretches from the bay to london.

    plus i got Pirate City holdin my back.

    aint nuthin im worried about..im young and things take time.

    ofcourse i aint puttin all my egs in one basket….dats what dumb niggas do

    but i got shit under my sleeve

    ^

    Link some of your music so I can have a listen

  24. B.Payton Says:

    I give Nas the utmost credit for being an artist willing to take risks musically, but I also have to be honest in admitting when such risks fail. Nas is definitely better than Jay lyrically, but as ease pointed out earlier, the homie’s had a penchant for selecting bizarre beats (ie damn near the entire Streets Disciple album, both discs), which IMO don’t help in his efforts to execute conceptually.
    ———–
    I agreee. Hip Hop is Dead had a few questionables and then one track that was acapella. Acapella!? but “Untitled” had a few solid beats… He should get back with the old team tho… btw if anyomne knows WHAT HAPPENED TO NAS ON EMPIRE STATE OF MIND?

  25. Grey Poupon Ass Nigga Says:

    yo SDP i heard your verse on youtube. its uh……….

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

    # RIGZ Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 3:22 pm

    Who Is The Best Producer On The Mic?

    ^^

    Xtra P, Dilla or Kanye…cant really decide which one tho…
    ^^^^^^^^
    Dilla

  27. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    You gotta find your own lane.

    ^

    it’s under construction.

    TRUST

  28. el feces loco Says:

    There’s this man, he has a painting of a naked woman that’s priceless, he also gets a yearly subscription to Playboy magazine, which he reads/sees every day..but only about 3 or 4 times a year does he actually go and look at this painting, admiring it for what it truly is..a work of art, so idyllic it does’nt need to be looked at everyday to evoke the same feelings that a million photographs might.

    Nas is a painting..most of these other cats is photographs.

  29. Beezy Says:

    somalia’s governance > somali’s rapping

  30. b-ease Says:

    Xtra P, Dilla or Kanye…cant really decide which one tho…

    ^^
    Dilla had some mic prescence, but lyrically I can’t honestly say I was ever impressed. I woulve voted Large Professor, but after Kanye’s guest appearance tear this year, and at least two classics, I think he’s earned the title.

    Also, Puff on No Way Out, and Dre on Chronic 2001 sounded alot doper than people gave them credit for.

  31. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    yo grey poupon ass nigga, thats not a real track, its on a new boyz beat for goodness sakes..

    if yall tryna hear my serious shit then i’ll link it

  32. cOLD Says:

    b-ease question: how do you carve your own lane as a rapper in this game?

  33. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Sorry to be the arbitrator…but b-ease and rigz is right cold….picking hot beats that fit your style and you sound good over is a skill…

    Plus the consensus on a hot beat for nahright varies, but most dudes here grew up listening to 90′s rap and they are going to favor it…nahright wouldn’t choose a nitti beat because that’s not their era of favorite rap music.

    Nas’ Beat selection is sub-par…he might think its a different and hot, but he just doesn’t sound good on some of them, and lacks that skill….plus rappers shouldn’t pick sub-par beats just so people can hear their lyrics…thats the biggest mistake someone can make..

  34. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    but lyrically I can’t honestly say I was ever impressed. I woulve voted Large Professor, but after Kanye’s guest appearance tear this year, and at least two classics, I think he’s earned the title.
    ^
    This

  35. el feces loco Says:

    They wanna see Nas in magazines..when Nas was built for the Museum of Modern Art

  36. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    Who Is The Best Producer On The Mic?

    ^^

    Xtra P, Dilla or Kanye…cant really decide which one tho…
    ^^^^^^^^
    Dilla
    ————————-

    *daps the afternoon crew*

    the best producer on the mic would be between Kanye, Doom, or EL-P

    Dilla (GOD bless his heart) just didn’t do it for me lyrically [ll]

  37. &What?! Says:

    it’s under construction.

    TRUST

    ^

    So are millions of other wanna be rappers’.

  38. Ghost Writer Says:

    RIGZ Says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 3:20 pm
    # Ghost Writer Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 3:19 pm

    I’d hit

    ^^^

    I’d wife & have a family.

    ^
    As I

  39. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    &What?!
    ^

    better yet, gimmie ur email i’ll send it

  40. Beezy Says:

    cOLD Says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 3:27 pm
    b-ease question: how do you carve your own lane as a rapper in this game?

    ^how dare you ask him…he’s trying to merge into CuDi’s lane

  41. RIGZ Says:

    cOLD, you think Q-Tip & Phife would sound dope if he made an album out of the Thug Motivation 101 instrumentals? You think that shit would suit them? Would you even wanna hear the shit?

    That shit was dope cos it suited JEEZY…give those beats to Canibus and see if the album is half as dope…

    If you dot understand that, then I dunno, you’re just being hard headed lol [II]

  42. &What?! Says:

    if yall tryna hear my serious shit then i’ll link it

    ^

    Link.

  43. cOLD Says:

    el feces loco Says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 3:26 pm
    There’s this man, he has a painting of a naked woman that’s priceless, he also gets a yearly subscription to Playboy magazine, which he reads/sees every day..but only about 3 or 4 times a year does he actually go and look at this painting, admiring it for what it truly is..a work of art, so idyllic it does’nt need to be looked at everyday to evoke the same feelings that a million photographs might.

    Nas is a painting..most of these other cats is photographs.

    ^ gem, couldnt of said it better myself.

  44. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Beat= a chick you see in the club all dressed up
    Flow= Her vibe, the way she talks, her walk and aura/swag
    lyrics= her knowledge, intellect, character, woman qualities…(has staying power)

  45. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    heres shit i did in 05 when i was 16

    usershare.net/aq1cx8vx6f2o

  46. b-ease Says:

    b-ease question: how do you carve your own lane as a rapper in this game?

    ^^
    I think the reason most dont make it (other than lack of work ethic and lack of “connections” and capital) is because they’re creating something with the audience in mind at the forefront as opposed to transcribing their actual worldview. That’s what seperates the GOATs from the fly by nights, if the people can get a true glimpse of your personality and thought processes thru your music, you’ve already created your own lane. Nobody thinks exactly alike, y’know? But easier said than done.

  47. b-ease Says:

    ^how dare you ask him…he’s trying to merge into CuDi’s lane

    ^^
    I hate you.

  48. George Says:

    “Nas is a painting”

    ^ wow… just… stop it please

  49. &What?! Says:

    Eminem scored the coveted position of top-selling artist of the decade selling 32.2 million copies in overall album sells which can largely be attributed to both 2000′s The Marshall Mathers LP and 2002′s The Eminem Show.

    The Beatles take the top spot for best-selling album of the decade with their hits compilation 1 which sold 11.5 million just clinching the title before N*SYNC’s No Strings Attached with 11.1 million.

    Surprisingly rapper Nelly made it into the top 10 best-selling albums with 2000′s Country Grammar in 10th place and Norah Jones’ debut Come Away With Me from 2002 took the 3rd place spot with 10.5 million.

    ^

  50. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Ross found a sound that suits him….opera/ghost, dramatic, phantom of the opera type beats…he excels over smooth, champagne beats and it has worked to his favor…..you have to know what beats work for you.

  51. el feces loco Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 3:27 pm

    b-ease question: how do you carve your own lane as a rapper in this game?

    ^^
    1.go against the establishment..dis the Obama government on your first single..we in a recession, jobs is all fucked, you could be 2010 Chuck D.

    2.Do a single with Susan Boyle

    3.Do a blog dis ” like How to Rob” but about the top 10 blog sites(instant public)

    4.Choose a doper rap name..your shit played out.

    5. Bring baggy jeans back

  52. cOLD Says:

    If you dot understand that, then I dunno, you’re just being hard headed lol [II]

    ^ trust I get what you are saying… Creatively speaking though, sometimes you have to create boundaries in order to manipulate your creativity. I’ll explain… most rappers say they hear a track, and it tells them what type of song to make, whether story, anthem etc…. If you go out on a limb and select something thats not the norm, you might just create a work of art.

    check it… Nas said on the Distant Relative album, he rhymed over African beats kid… African drums my nigga. you think this cat don’t know what hes doing?

  53. PsicoMagia Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 3:32 pm
    ^how dare you ask him…he’s trying to merge into CuDi’s lane

    ^^
    I hate you.

    ^^^^^
    lmao..b-ease hate that comparison..

  54. Beezy Says:

    Pakistani police arrested five Americans who are believed to have gone missing from the Washington, D.C., area last month.

    ^b-ease, Billz, icon, Joe88, and Pap?

  55. cOLD Says:

    is because they’re creating something with the audience in mind at the forefront as opposed to transcribing their actual worldview.

    ^gem, so why are we even having this debate.

  56. Boos Bigelow Says:

    So a new boyz beat can’t be hot?

  57. RIGZ Says:

    Dilla had some mic prescence, but lyrically I can’t honestly say I was ever impressed. I woulve voted Large Professor, but after Kanye’s guest appearance tear this year, and at least two classics, I think he’s earned the title.

    ^^^

    I dunno..I tend not to judge MCs on just “Lyrical ability”…none of them are lyrically as nice as Doom anyway. But I cant let Doom win it lol. Dilla was real real nice on the mic imo, he used to invent flows all the time…he was the best in his group & the producer…who does that?? lol

    Xtra P & dilla are at a tie with me, since Kanye just stepped up…before Graduation, I didnt think he could of come out strictly as an MC & got any love…

  58. &What?! Says:

    Susan Boyle >

    > Baggy Jeans

  59. el feces loco Says:

    # George Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    “Nas is a painting”

    ^ wow… just… stop it please

    ^^nigga you a etch a sketch. Nas is a prophet from the hip hop gods sent here to forewarn the stupid…but they too stupid though

  60. SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    # Boos Bigelow Says:
    December 9th, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    So a new boyz beat can’t be hot?

    ^

    meanin i was having fun with it

  61. el feces loco Says:

    *My Nomination

    DJ Quick = best producer rapper.

  62. RIGZ Says:

    check it… Nas said on the Distant Relative album, he rhymed over African beats kid… African drums my nigga. you think this cat don’t know what hes doing?

    ^^^

    Whats that got to do with picking beats you sound nice over though cOLD…?

    No ones saying Nas dont know how to rap…picking beats & rapping are worlds apart…you dont even need a beat to rap & have dope bars lol

  63. b-ease Says:

    so why are we even having this debate.

    ^^
    lol, I honestly dont see what we’ve been debating has to do with it. Seems like two different discussions to me.

    “not the norm” doesnt mean bad and it doesnt mean dope. I’m not saying Nas has a tendency (and like Rigz said, its overstated) to pick beats that arent the norm and thats wack. I’m saying Nas has a tendency to pick beats that dont suit him (and probably wouldnt suit anyone else), and THATS wack.

    For instance, Sekou’s story from SD was a beat no one else at that point in hip hop wouldve picked. And it worked from a creative aspect for Nas. Classic song. However, the track he picked for the Maxwell collab wasnt the norm either, and it sucked. I’m not asking Nas (or any other rapper) to conform, I’m just saying “know whats dope for you”.

  64. b-ease Says:

    I tend not to judge MCs on just “Lyrical ability

    ^^
    Neither do I, but its a component, especially if you want to be considered a “great” emcee. Like I said, Dilla had prescence, and yes, sometimes the flows were pretty avant garde. But he was lacking in other areas imo.

  65. cOLD Says:

    Whats that got to do with picking beats you sound nice over though cOLD…?

    No ones saying Nas dont know how to rap…picking beats & rapping are worlds apart…you dont even need a beat to rap & have dope bars lol

    ^ like your esteemed colleague b-ease said ” is because they’re creating something with the audience in mind at the forefront as opposed to transcribing their actual worldview”

    Respect his decision to select the tracks he does. True Nas listeners overstand this… put the pieces of the puzzle together and see the bigger picture.

  66. cOLD Says:

    I’m just saying “know whats dope for you”.

    ^ fair is fair, you say they’re wack and I say i get it.

  67. Grey Poupon Ass Nigga Says:

    SDP aka the somali pirate Says:

    December 9th, 2009 at 3:31 pm
    heres shit i did in 05 when i was 16

    usershare.net/aq1cx8vx6f2o

    ^^^^
    no disrespect homey but i think u gotta step it up a million notches

  68. spirit equality Says:

    I’m vetoing in advance ANY rapper trying to hop on a Sade song.

    We need a board…

  69. spirit equality Says:

    *My Nomination

    DJ Quick = best producer rapper.

    ^ no c in quik, homie. he damu.

  70. Vhingrhamesonyo'momma Says:

    You ain’t never gonna make in rap. There are too many other rappers, it’s like tryna get into the NBA or NFL.. you gotta be something special, or mad creative.

    ^^^^^^
    don’t believe the hype homey, when has the music industry ever gave a fuck about bein creative? all you need is $$$$$ and a few good plugs, and someon else’s swagger couldn’t hurt either. hence…

    from big we got Jay, jay birthed weezy,weezy gave way to all this shit you hear now. Creaticity ain’t shit if it was canibus and 3stacks would be the richest niggas on the planet.

  71. Captain Planet Says:

    I’m vetoing in advance ANY rapper trying to hop on a Sade song.

    We need a board…

    ^^^

    Naw some have earned the right through previous accomplishment:

    1. Andre 3000
    2. Nas
    3. Drake
    4. Kanye

    Any of these > Maino

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  73. alpha 5 Says:

    DAMNNN the song just came out yesterday, LET HER GET HER SHIIIINE!! **rips headphones** lol rappers always wanna f@ck up good songs..next theres probly gonna be a remix album full of sade samples and rappers spittin about emptyin the clip over “smooth operator” .
    but im N.H.O.M.T
    (not hatin on maino though)

  74. mie Says:

    i DO NOT want to hear maino on a sade record

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