Video: Rick Ross feat. Diddy – Albert Anastasia EP Intro

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48 Responses to “Video: Rick Ross feat. Diddy – Albert Anastasia EP Intro”

  1. hl Says:

    @Bricktop You don’t like Nas or Jay? Not Blueprint? Black Album? Stillmatic? wtf do you listen to?

  2. 456 Says:

    seriously, what are we up to now – Blueprint 12.2? Hov got soulfull and soft-hearted simultaneously. his first 3 albums were at least cunning, though not original by any means. creativity is not dude’s strength. that’s all i was saying with that comment.

    ^you have all the markings of a smart-dumb cat (c) ghost. try to make one song in the privacy of your home. then rate hov’s creativity. smh @ choosy beggars aka spectators.

  3. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Fuck can’t see…shit shit fuck

  4. 456 Says:

    @Bricktop You don’t like Nas or Jay? Not Blueprint? Black Album? Stillmatic? wtf do you listen to?

    ^the dude is just talking to talk.

  5. mcb Says:

    fucka photoshoot

    but respsect of the almost consistent postings, compared to other days.

  6. abortatron Says:

    @Bricktop You don’t like Nas or Jay? Not Blueprint? Black Album? Stillmatic? wtf do you listen to?
    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=-=–=-=-

    if someone doesn’t like the blueprint, i just assume they must not be a hip-hop head. like.. my mom doesn’t like “the blueprint” but so what, she only listens to country.

  7. Cypher Says:

    wait… is ross just being ironic at this point?

  8. RIGZ Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:27 pm

    Fuck can’t see…shit shit fuck

    ^^^

    Its basically the outro of Ghost Of Christopher Wallace over a different beat…you didnt miss anything

  9. hl Says:

    Still lol at that short sleeve mink Ross was rocking the other day.

  10. NovemberEnd Says:

    #Rawsir

  11. hl Says:

    Ciroc is a powerful drug…

  12. 456 Says:

    wait… is ross just being ironic at this point?

    ^dude is long past ironic. downright gangsta kitsch

  13. DGtheEnigma Says:

    Jay is to rap what Japan is to electronics

    ^^^

    This level of stannery has to stop. Seriously. It’s not good for the genre.

  14. Shooter Says:

    nah, Gods Son had two of Nas’ biggest hits to date “Made You Look” and “I Can”, Stillmatic was a commercial success as well
    ^
    clarification: consistency=from beginning to end playability.

    every one of Nas’s albums has severely lacked this quality since IWW.
    ^^^^

    Thats a different discussion, you’re initial statement was that Nas’ had not been “commercially viable” since IWW

  15. Bricktop Says:

    @Bricktop You don’t like Nas or Jay? Not Blueprint? Black Album? Stillmatic? wtf do you listen to?
    ^
    90’s era Queens rap. that’s about it. and Big. and Wu. and Redman’s first two.

  16. a tribe called quest Says:

    RIGZ Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:29 pm
    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 2:27 pm

    Fuck can’t see…shit shit fuck

    ^^^

    Its basically the outro of Ghost Of Christopher Wallace over a different beat…you didnt miss anything

    –lmao great explanation

  17. Bricktop Says:

    @Shooter: no, i’m pretty certain i had the word “consistently” in there right before “commercially viable”.

  18. Bricktop Says:

    This is a fair statement. Since The Black Album, Jay’s only road the coattails of Kanye (’05-present) Lupe (’06), Denzel (’07), Lil Wayne/T.I. (’08), Drake (’09), etc.

    It’s pretty much common knowledge that Jay’s not creative/treadsetter. He just takes a trend and makes it mainstream.
    ^
    this is all that my “plastic spoon” comment was tyring to say.

  19. RIGZ Says:

    90’s era Queens rap. that’s about it. and Big. and Wu. and Redman’s first two.

    ^^^

    Damn, you dont even fuck with Muddy Waters? lol

  20. hl Says:

    90’s era Queens rap. that’s about it. and Big. and Wu. and Redman’s first two.

    ^lol at having the same 10 albums in rotation for 20 years. I mean, they’re still in my rotation too. But still…Alot dope music has been released since then.

  21. DGtheEnigma Says:

    90’s era Queens rap. that’s about it. and Big. and Wu. and Redman’s first two.

    ^^^^

    You do realize that impacts your level of credibility right? Lol

  22. mcb Says:

    DGtheEnigma Says:

    May 25th, 2010 at 2:32 pm
    Jay is to rap what Japan is to electronics

    ^^^

    This level of stannery has to stop. Seriously. It’s not good for the genre.
    ^^^
    Co-sign, but really it isn’t doing any more than it already has.
    Jay=rap in most peoples eyes, households.

    Nas=just some rapper guy to those households. maybe they read about him on tmz. I told my mom about Nas, she thought the idea ofr the last CD was nice, shes not tryin to listen to gat talk.

  23. Bricktop Says:

    FTR: i firmly believe that Reasonable Doubt, Volumes 1 &2 are Jay’s greatest lyrical/musical achievements on any level. i also think BP2 is better than 1. there’s absolutely nothing you can say to change my opinion on any of this.

  24. 456 Says:

    This is a fair statement. Since The Black Album, Jay’s only road the coattails of Kanye (’05-present) Lupe (’06), Denzel (’07), Lil Wayne/T.I. (’08), Drake (’09), etc.

    It’s pretty much common knowledge that Jay’s not creative/treadsetter. He just takes a trend and makes it mainstream.

    ^oh i get it he’s fric and you’re frac. jay alone accounts for like a dozen different flows that has become common usage among the new niggas. jay has introduced new sounds, new techniques and new rhyme patterns throughout his career. to say he is not creative is idiotic.

  25. RIGZ Says:

    Alot dope music has been released since then.

    ^^

    Im saying tho…

    Bricktop, swear to your kids that everything since the downfall of Mobb has been wack smh

    Listen to Marcberg aqnd put a smile on your face lol

  26. DGtheEnigma Says:

    Jay=rap in most peoples eyes, households.

    ^^^

    Truthfully speaking, Jay JUST reached household status with Empire State of Mind, Oprah, etc. (basically in 2009).

    Believe it or not, prior to last year, the only REAL household name in hip-hop was Snoop Dogg.

  27. mcb Says:

    HOW DO YOU NOT FUX WITH MUDDY WATERS

    i mean im not gona sit here and pretendi know every redman song or whatever, but guy is the shiiit. muddy waters as Sean P said :

    I play that album and compare it to mine before I release it

    or something like that.

    Is Redman in anyones top 10?

  28. kingp Says:

    @Bricktop You don’t like Nas or Jay? Not Blueprint? Black Album? Stillmatic? wtf do you listen to?
    ^
    90’s era Queens rap. that’s about it. and Big. and Wu. and Redman’s first two.

    ^

    So you don’t actually listen to rap like that, because that’s way too much repetition

  29. Bricktop Says:

    Damn, you dont even fuck with Muddy Waters? lol
    ^
    ehhh. that’s the last one. Reggie continually broke my heart after that. Dare Iz A Darkside is his zenith (no 80′s TV brand).

  30. hl Says:

    jay has introduced new sounds, new techniques and new rhyme patterns throughout his career.

    hmmm….

  31. DGtheEnigma Says:

    oh i get it he’s fric and you’re frac.

    ^^^

    Nope. Just agreed with his comment.

  32. Shooter Says:

    no, i’m pretty certain i had the word “consistently” in there right before “commercially viable”.
    ^^^

    I AM, Nastradamus, Stilmatic & Gods Son were consecutive commercial successes

  33. DGtheEnigma Says:

    jay has introduced new sounds, new techniques and new rhyme patterns throughout his career.

    ^^^

    Definition of reach.

    Told ya’ll Jay stans fight down and dirty!

  34. mcb Says:

    Listen to Marcberg aqnd put a smile on your face lol

    DGtheEnigma Says:

    May 25th, 2010 at 2:38 pm
    Jay=rap in most peoples eyes, households.

    ^^^

    Truthfully speaking, Jay JUST reached household status with Empire State of Mind, Oprah, etc. (basically in 2009).

    Believe it or not, prior to last year, the only REAL household name in hip-hop was Snoop Dogg.

    ^^^
    Truth, it was SNoop Dogg. its funny cuz Ice Cube should be, but hes prob about halfway. people still remember his crazyiness. im not mad at commercial artists for trying to be sucessful, esp from tough backgrounds, but shiiiiiiiit. that dont make you best.

    that went ina diff direction.

  35. Bricktop Says:

    Bricktop, swear to your kids that everything since the downfall of Mobb has been wack smh

    ^
    it’s like you read my mind.

  36. DGtheEnigma Says:

    @456

    On second thought, you’re right…until post-the Black Album.

  37. Mr. First Says:

    i also think BP2 is better than 1.

    ^ blasphemy.

  38. Bricktop Says:

    jay alone accounts for like a dozen different flows that has become common usage among the new niggas.
    ^
    that’s the problem. Jay’s “flow” wasn’t shit until every other great rapper that overshadowed Jay’s life died. suddenly Jay arose from the ashes of the greatest era in hiphop like a fucking camel-faced phoenix. since then, pretty much all these “new niggas” have consistently sucked huge donkey balls by trying to mimic Jay’s flow.

  39. NOLAIS504(UPTOWN) Says:

    After about 1:30 this video gets weird.

  40. abortatron Says:

    Is Redman in anyones top 10?
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    for sure. prob # 10, but he’s there off the first 3 albums alone.

  41. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    Truthfully speaking, Jay JUST reached household status with Empire State of Mind, Oprah, etc. (basically in 2009).

    Believe it or not, prior to last year, the only REAL household name in hip-hop was Snoop Dogg.

    ^Shiiiiiiiiiiit. I don’t know wha type of households yall are referring to, but Jay been a household name, and thats off the strength of being with Beyonce. And prior to that, it was 50. Everyone in the world knows who 50 cent is, for better or for worse, and that he’s a rapper

  42. Bricktop Says:

    i also think BP2 is better than 1.

    ^ blasphemy.
    ^
    lol. really? that’s the first time i’ve ever gotten that response. i just appreciate the fact that 2 had a handfull of much more grimier tracks than 1 did. never bought into the Takeover hype. thought the beat was extremely lackluster. battle raps just ain’t Jay’s thing.

  43. mcb Says:

    Word.

    Oh and people saying Jay with his flows from others are dead on
    BIg L flow is most obvious

    he hasn done that shit since.

  44. Mr. First Says:

    lol. really? that’s the first time i’ve ever gotten that response. i just appreciate the fact that 2 had a handfull of much more grimier tracks than 1 did. never bought into the Takeover hype. thought the beat was extremely lackluster. battle raps just ain’t Jay’s thing.

    ^ Song Cry? Heart of the City? Ruler’s Back? U Don’t Know?? Renegade???? how is this debatable?

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    Sasha Fierce > Albert Anastasia

  47. kedordu Says:

    obvious brick is talking out his ass . RD came and went when it dropped . be consistent if u wanna shock every. BP is his best work cause it was an instant classic . RD was force fed to the masses as a classic like 5/6 yrs after its release . After RD came out vol 1 was a huge misstep . He himself admtted that . and vol 2 was the classic people where dying for in the 90s.But 2001 and MMLP totally killed it . then jay stopped heralding vol 2 as a classic and dynasty was arguably better. but relatively overlooked. and if bp2 was 1 disc . it woulda been better than ob4cl2. all being said JAY is the goat cause of kingdom come, vol 1 , bp2 .his so called missteps still had classic cuts in em .

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