Video: AZ – Doe Or Die’s 15th Anniversary Show @ Santos, NYC


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AZ celebrated the 15th anniversary of Do Or Die’s release last night @ Santos.

Related: Mel D. Cole’s flicks of the event


Life’s A Bitch


Gimme Yours


Flyest Gangsta


Problems

Why Not? Download: AZ feat. Nas – Serious (Prod. by Salaam Remi) [No DJ Clue] 2004, Unreleased

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Props to WhatWeTalkinBout for the footage.


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16 Responses to “Video: AZ – Doe Or Die’s 15th Anniversary Show @ Santos, NYC”

  1. Deen Says:

    Nas – It Was Typed (on a computer)…

  2. Hopp Says:

    ” Why Not? ”

    Word.

  3. JihaD Says:

    JihaD Says:
    September 2nd, 2010 at 8:09 pm
    ^^
    That what he usually does..

    But between 94-96, I’ve been told that Dre didn’t even do that. He just put his name on it.

    Remember Dre was part owner of Death Row as well. What they gonna do if they don’t like it?

    ^^

    True, but if that was the case, why Marion and the Treetop Pirus have to pay Andre a visit to get California Love out of his possession?

    JihaD

  4. Harlem World Says:

    True, but if that was the case, why Marion and the Treetop Pirus have to pay Andre a visit to get California Love out of his possession?

    JihaD

    ^^
    When Deathrow was going down..Daz, Suge and Dre literally stole masters.
    Daz has reels of unreleased Pac records…Dre and Suge took a lotta shit…

    xxlmag.com/online/?p=28690

  5. Harlem World Says:

    Im gone

    Peace

  6. PW Says:

    Jay-Z – It’s still good a week later

  7. hl Says:

    AZ feat. Nas – Serious (prod. Salaam Remi)

    ^See what I mean. I didn’t even know Salaam produced this. Dude is underrated.

  8. samsohn Says:

    Anyone agree with me that President Obama indirectly is the reason that Rap has lost so much aggresive content….Think about it…when a republican is in office there are a million reasons rappers could fight authority and fight the system, and on the streets there’s more of a hunger for anti-government lyrics in rap (also anti-cop rhetoric)…now with Obama in office, it’s difficult for a genre that represents the minority racially in this country to talk shit about a government that (for the first time ever) is led by one of their own!….this shit could be turned into a Michael Eric Dyson book tho for real…anyone agree with me thou??

  9. 80sbabykp Says:

    ….and I always thought it was doe or die

  10. Suaveebolaetc.etc. Says:

    AZ feat. Nas – Serious (prod. Salaam Remi)

    ^See what I mean. I didn’t even know Salaam produced this. Dude is underrated.

    ^^

    Serious is retardo.

  11. Carlos Voltron AKA NYJ SB45 Winners Says:

    # samsohn Says:
    September 2nd, 2010 at 8:31 pm

    Anyone agree with me that President Obama indirectly is the reason that Rap has lost so much aggresive content….Think about it…when a republican is in office there are a million reasons rappers could fight authority and fight the system, and on the streets there’s more of a hunger for anti-government lyrics in rap (also anti-cop rhetoric)…now with Obama in office, it’s difficult for a genre that represents the minority racially in this country to talk shit about a government that (for the first time ever) is led by one of their own!….this shit could be turned into a Michael Eric Dyson book tho for real…anyone agree with me thou??
    #

    ^
    Nigga you stupid.

  12. Jeezy The Snowman Says:

    nah nightshift ftl

    daps dre, jihad, england rep, HW

    out

  13. JALbert Says:

    Nas – Hip Hop is Undead

  14. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Anyone agree with me that President Obama indirectly is the reason that Rap has lost so much aggresive content….Think about it…when a republican is in office there are a million reasons rappers could fight authority and fight the system, and on the streets there’s more of a hunger for anti-government lyrics in rap (also anti-cop rhetoric)…now with Obama in office, it’s difficult for a genre that represents the minority racially in this country to talk shit about a government that (for the first time ever) is led by one of their own!….this shit could be turned into a Michael Eric Dyson book tho for real…anyone agree with me thou??

    ^it already was. It’s called Born To Use Mics. Well, sorta. Dr. Dyson is already working in material for his book In The Age Of Obama.

  15. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    with the economy all fucked up niggas should be rapping bout being aggy instead of much they watch cost

  16. EnglandRepresent Says:

    daps dre, jihad, england rep, HW

    ^^I ain’t even in the building yet chief but much obliged for the proppers.

    lol @ the drug chat in the previous thread and peoples saying ecstacy is a homo drug..how many of you Nahggers have popped a pill and smashed the shit out of your girl/a girl?? Best sex ever. You’ll be on some Prince (n), multiple positions in a one night stand shit. Of course it’s not something to knock down all the time but occasionally if you want to get your fuck on and do some deviant shit, I’d say go forth.

    ‘Some say the X make the sex, spectacular’ (c) Biggie the GOAT

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