Bruno Mars ft. Damian Marley – Liquor Store Blues

From Bruno Mars’ Doo-Wops & Hooligans album, in stores October 5th.

Bruno Mars ft. Damian Marley – Liquor Store Blues | Mediafire

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Produced by Phil, Bruno Mars & Supa Dups (Eminem’s “W.T.P.”)

Bonus: There’s a remix to another album cut with a rapper available for download on his site. Here’s a hint: they almost had a #1 hit together.


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36 Responses to “Bruno Mars ft. Damian Marley – Liquor Store Blues”

  1. dee Says:

    this is dope as fuck.

  2. Big_seth Says:

    *DEAD* @ Nation trying to find a loophole in eskay’s meaningless and pointless LUPE FIASCO ban.

  3. dos equis Says:

    RAPID TRANSIT POSTS

    That picture make me wanna drink

  4. landlord Says:

    Damien Thorn > Damian Marley

  5. Remixznflow Says:

    so bruno mars is whats in now?

    ok…

  6. dos equis Says:

    *Reggie Bush’s it up*

    *pours out a lil fibula*

  7. b Says:

    i fucks with bruno mars, he better chill with coke tho.why cant niggas just burn a el and chill.

  8. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    alright 1, got to go to this collective caibration….80 percent of the ninjas have no idea what that is….

  9. Big_seth Says:

    @ ghost. That midi pad I copped works well, but garage band is kind of limited. I’m gonna re-install the other music software I have and see how that works.

    You use the straight up MPC? this thing works pretty similar, but all the drums and everything are in the computer. With garage band you can’t install other drum kits so I’m stuck with their generic sounds right now.

  10. D. Billz Says:

    Case in point, niggas will clown wearing phat farm and rocawear, but drop thousands on gucci, hermes and the like… all for what? It not WHAT you wear, but HOW you wear it.

    ^ In 2010 I would definitely clown someone rockin’ Phat Farm or Rocawear, but I definitely would support Play Cloths, Nuwbia, and my cousin because they make some fly threads. It’s nothin’ wrong with luxury brands, but I couldn’t see me paying full price for ANY of it. I’d buy it at a wholelsale discount for pennies on the dollar. All clothing prices are inflated (because everybody got profit: the designer, warehouses, dept stores, etc) but I’d rather put that inflated price in a Black company’s hand. Also it comes down to quality. Some of us would rather put out piece after piece of some bullshit instead of some small collections of quality.

  11. Remixznflow Says:

    where is DC at?

    that nigga still hasnt sent me those mixes yet…

  12. dos equis Says:

    collective caibration

    ^83% of pharmacy floor sweepers can’t spell

  13. ghost writer Says:

    Might check this out later…supa dups I see you

  14. landlord Says:

    LMAO @ Braylon Edwards terrorist beard photo in the NYPost

    nothing will piss off a cracker cop more than a rich nigga with a ARaab beard driving around in his expensive whip at 5:00am after drinking and getting laid all night…

    cops aint shit

  15. b Says:

    good music

  16. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    FACT: Gil Scott Heron’s The Bottle is a profound song

  17. 007 Says:

    FACT: Lil B is trash

  18. landlord Says:

    this is pretty weak…

    not really into this type of shit since momma gone

  19. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    where is DC at?

    that nigga still hasnt sent me those mixes yet…

    ^Word up, every night I get in, i do so much shit that i totally forget. I’ll set a calendar reminder to send you them shits tonight

  20. SeniorCivilian Says:

    Big_seth Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 11:13 am
    @ ghost. That midi pad I copped works well, but garage band is kind of limited. I’m gonna re-install the other music software I have and see how that works.

    You use the straight up MPC? this thing works pretty similar, but all the drums and everything are in the computer. With garage band you can’t install other drum kits so I’m stuck with their generic sounds right now.
    ^What’s it called/how much is it? I’ve dabbled in music creating software but knocking out drums on a keyboard is not the business. Two of the first kids I met at college this year are obsessed with the wu like me and both make beats so i wanna get together with them no homo, but first wanna buy either a midi or a mpc.

  21. dos equis Says:

    drinking and getting laid all night…

    ^^I hope not….he was with another Jet player

  22. D. Billz Says:

    landlord Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 11:06 am

    salvia_blunts Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 11:05 am
    very unhappy with ski beatz album……

    ————

    word..

    too many currensy and wiz khalifah type niggas…

    ^ In that case, I’m probably gonna dig it.

    Spitta’s double entendre game lately > Hov’s

    *straight face*

  23. landlord Says:

    DC (District of Chase) Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 11:15 am
    FACT: Gil Scott Heron’s The Bottle is a profound song

    ———-

    so is Marvin Gaye- “Flyigh High (in the friendly sky)”

  24. Tong Po Flo Says:

    ^ In 2010 I would definitely clown someone rockin’ Phat Farm or Rocawear, but I definitely would support Play Cloths, Nuwbia, and my cousin because they make some fly threads. It’s nothin’ wrong with luxury brands, but I couldn’t see me paying full price for ANY of it. I’d buy it at a wholelsale discount for pennies on the dollar. All clothing prices are inflated (because everybody got profit: the designer, warehouses, dept stores, etc) but I’d rather put that inflated price in a Black company’s hand. Also it comes down to quality. Some of us would rather put out piece after piece of some bullshit instead of some small collections of quality.

    ^ my thoughts exactly (ntpf)

  25. Remixznflow Says:

    Spitta’s double entendre game lately > Hov’s

    *straight face*

    ^
    LOL… hov only had one… lately…

  26. landlord Says:

    dos equis Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 11:16 am
    drinking and getting laid all night…

    ^^I hope not….he was with another Jet player

    ————-

    like them niggas dont ride to the titty bars, gentlemens clubs and slut houses together

  27. Big_seth Says:

    D. Billz Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 11:13 am
    Case in point, niggas will clown wearing phat farm and rocawear, but drop thousands on gucci, hermes and the like… all for what? It not WHAT you wear, but HOW you wear it.

    ^ In 2010 I would definitely clown someone rockin’ Phat Farm or Rocawear, but I definitely would support Play Cloths, Nuwbia, and my cousin because they make some fly threads. It’s nothin’ wrong with luxury brands, but I couldn’t see me paying full price for ANY of it. I’d buy it at a wholelsale discount for pennies on the dollar. All clothing prices are inflated (because everybody got profit: the designer, warehouses, dept stores, etc) but I’d rather put that inflated price in a Black company’s hand. Also it comes down to quality. Some of us would rather put out piece after piece of some bullshit instead of some small collections of quality.
    ^^

    great insight. I agree. That’s why I try to put quality in everything I do.

    I remember justifying my purchasing of Rocawear due to putting money in a black man’s hand.
    but in the end like Ye said:
    “Drug Dealer Buy Jordan’s, crackhead by crack
    and a white man get paid off of all of that”

  28. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    This arab beard trend on niggas under 30 is disturbing.I used to rock the G Levert side burns with the afro blown out tapered on the sides,but that`s as far as I went.I started banging younger chicks with birthmarks in the split of their asses so that premature old head look had to go.

  29. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Damien Thorn > Damian Marley

    ^ lies

  30. Big_seth Says:

    @chase,

    Set one to let me know what you want for that logo too.

  31. dos equis Says:

    In 2010 I would definitely clown someone rockin’ Phat Farm or Rocawear, but I definitely would support Play Cloths

    ^^In 8 months you will be saying the same thing about Play Cloths though..we as blacks just love to put time/age limits on our own shit..be it music, clothes, cars… wtv

    Niggaz “trend” everything..a big reason why white folks dont want us cosigning their shit most of the time….word to that 300 year champagne company that niggaz used, abused and discarded in 3 years.

  32. cypher Says:

    Spitta’s double entendre game lately > Hov’s

    *straight face*

    ^
    LOL… hov only had one… lately…

    ^
    ROFFLE.. and that one really doesnt count, i almost feel compelled to review his discography for pass transgressions

  33. Tong Po Flo Says:

    This arab beard trend on niggas under 30 is disturbing.I used to rock the G Levert side burns with the afro blown out tapered on the sides,but that`s as far as I went.I started banging younger chicks with birthmarks in the split of their asses so that premature old head look had to go.

    ^ I used to rock a fro for a good minute myself until that george constanza gene kicked in but rockin one of those beards is tempting tho but not too heavy like most cats do

  34. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    where is DC at?

    that nigga still hasnt sent me those mixes yet…

    ^Word up, every night I get in, i do so much shit that i totally forget. I’ll set a calendar reminder to send you them shits tonight

    @chase,

    Set one to let me know what you want for that logo too.

    ^Done and Done.

  35. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    ^^In 8 months you will be saying the same thing about Play Cloths though..we as blacks just love to put time/age limits on our own shit..be it music, clothes, cars… wtv

    Niggaz “trend” everything..a big reason why white folks dont want us cosigning their shit most of the time….word to that 300 year champagne company that niggaz used, abused and discarded in 3 years.

    ^This. I was trying to find the right words to respond, but this pretty much sums it up.

    Bottom line is, we haven’t had shit for a long time, like the dog eating from the bowl, so now that we have a little we keep trying to keep up with those whose paper is much longer than ours. Its like trying to gamble with someone who has the bank and his paper is much longer than yours, he can ride out those losses fully well knowing that your streak will end soon and he’ll get all his money back and all of yours too

  36. ghost writer Says:

    Big_seth Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 11:13 am
    @ ghost. That midi pad I copped works well, but garage band is kind of limited. I’m gonna re-install the other music software I have and see how that works.

    You use the straight up MPC? this thing works pretty similar, but all the drums and everything are in the computer. With garage band you can’t install other drum kits so I’m stuck with their generic sounds right now.

    ^
    Yeah I figured that’s how it would work…I never messed with garage band that much so I’m not sure, I thought with all those softwares you could always create a folder and add your own sampled drums in there to use. You should be able to add you drums to just about any music software, just look up how to do it (youtube or google). Honestly, I don’t mess with mpc I got my own way to sample and I use softwares like Reason and FL to lay the drums, call it whatever but it works for me. I do believe you can find drum loops for GB online tho…I think so I could be wrong

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