Kyle Rapps ft. KRS-One & Homeboy Sandman – Love Love 2 (Air Redux)

Kyle Rapps drops a remix to his 2010 collaboration with KRS and Homeboy Sandman. This new version will appear on his upcoming On Air mixtape, which is set for an August 29th release. If you’re in NYC you can stop by Southpaw in Brooklyn on September 6th for the On Air release party and debut of the “Universe Traveller” video with Kweli.

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Previously: Kyle Rapps ft. Talib Kweli – Universe Traveler


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51 Responses to “Kyle Rapps ft. KRS-One & Homeboy Sandman – Love Love 2 (Air Redux)”

  1. jderrida Says:

    He won’t go to jail – i have no idea what went on..but this is how professional groupies get down

    ^^^

    Grimy. Video Os need to find different revenue streams in this recession. Either marry a rapper, have his kids or sue him for all he got.

  2. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    LASERS

  3. rex hussla Says:

    C-Rayz Walz >>>>

    That’s a real cool dude right there…met him a while back

  4. Mr. Miogi Says:

    If niggaz could look inside my mind, you’ll find
    where bodies are buried, first look past the hotties and dimes
    Go to the center, enter with caution, past the braincell graveyard
    where weed’s responsible for memory losses
    Let’s witness, the horrific, the stench’ll make you nauseous
    See what I seen every day I live with this torture
    Lightin spliffs up to stay high like 24 hours
    Sleep with my heat, wash with my gun in the shower
    My tongue is power, it thrills women, kills demons
    Long as I’m still breathin I’m still winnin, I’ll teach ‘em
    The hood converted from trey bags to 20′s of girl
    Everybody had money, every summer was real ill
    Four-finger rings, dope dealers, Kane -
    “No Half Steppin’” with flat tops when Rakim reigned
    Radios on card tables, Benetton, the Gods buildin
    Ask for today’s mathematics, we Allah’s children
    And this was goin on in every New York ghetto
    Kids listened, Five Percenters said it’s pork and Jell-o
    We coincide, we in the same life, maybe a time difference
    on a different coast, but we share the same sunlight
    Your part of the world, might be like colors and gangs
    While on my side, brothers’ll murder for different things
    But it all revolve around drugs, fame and shorties
    Stuck for your bling, stripped for your chain, the same story
    From, Czechoslovakia to Texas metropolis
    Them, treacherous Rastas and the Mexican mafias
    Be scrappin with tats on they back, violent wars
    Nothin less than a lethal injection if ever caught
    Courtrooms, eagles and flags, American style
    While in our world, the ghetto stays incredibly foul
    Watchin for paint chips, don’t want no led in yo’ child
    But them gangstas put lead in yo’ child, the bezzy be out
    The chain be like a hundred K
    Shinin since Roxanne Shante’ made “Runaway”; that’s been a minute
    Genesis is deep, my features are that of a God
    It’s not a facade it’s a fact, these rappers wanna be Nas
    My Exodus doesn’t exist
    I’ll never leave the streets, it’s all in my mind
    Even with sleep I’m duckin nines in my dreams
    Si-rens, wide awake, why’d I think it would change
    Can’t hide when you famous or even try to do the same things like
    Somebody’s always watchin, my life
    Before I, walk out the door I size up every option
    Eyes cut every direction, it’s like God or guns
    Which is better protection? Can’t decide, that’s a hard one
    I mean they wanna see me in prison, the chains bamboozled
    Headline readin “Rapper Slain From a Man Shootin”

  5. Harlem World Says:

    From, Czechoslovakia to Texas metropolis
    Them, treacherous Rastas and the Mexican mafias

    ==========================
    Nas >>>>_____

  6. Mr. Miogi Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    From, Czechoslovakia to Texas metropolis
    Them, treacherous Rastas and the Mexican mafias

    ==========================
    Nas >>>>_____

    ^

    Undoubtedly the greatest lyricist on the planet
    There is noone alive as complex and vivid.

  7. JihaD Says:

    007 Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:11 pm
    Smoke DZA f/ ASAP Rocky “4 Loko”

    ^meh….

    ^

    Word.

    But thats the future of Harlem (c) third shift niggas tying their crackhead chasers

    JihaD

  8. NovemberEnd Says:

    Shinin since Roxanne Shante’ made “Runaway”; that’s been a minute
    Genesis is deep, my features are that of a God
    It’s not a facade it’s a fact, these rappers wanna be Nas
    My Exodus doesn’t exist
    I’ll never leave the streets, it’s all in my mind
    ^^
    SMH

  9. Marv Says:

    Roscoe Dash gets it done on hooks!

  10. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    Niccas is still geekin’ off of big words.

    “I’m in Latvia, I’m smackin ya, attackin ya with, pernoplaxia…”

    Yeah whatever dood.

    That’s why I fucks with Lil’ B.

    ELLEN DEGENERES…ELLEN DEGENERES…I’M SO GENEROUS…ELLEN DEGENERES…

  11. Harlem World Says:

    vado = future of harlem

    been cosigned by the clergys of lenox ave & el barrio

    battled his way to the top -got a following outside of just harlem

    and the most important feature – he can rap

    all them other harlem niccas is irrelvant in comparison to vado

  12. why? Says:

    LF: the Pope looks like a evil mufucka.

  13. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    why? Says:

    August 18th, 2011 at 2:23 pm
    LF: the Pope looks like a evil mufucka.

    ^

    Haha co-sig.

  14. 007 Says:

    Hennessy Beach>>>>>>>>

  15. Harlem World Says:

    why? Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:23 pm

    LF: the Pope looks like a evil mufucka.

    ==========================
    He was Hitler Youth!

  16. Marv Says:

    vado = future of harlem

    ^^^^

    That “Celebration” joint kinda knocks…

  17. b Says:

    Genesis is deep, my features are that of a God

    ^mr me too

  18. Harlem World Says:

    vado is a humble cat – he doesnt think hes the shit – understands nobody owes him nothin

  19. NovemberEnd Says:

    and the most important feature – he can rap
    ^^^
    he aight

    he no Lamont Coleman or even Betha

  20. Harlem World Says:

    Yelawolf Announces Release Date For Shady Records Debut. Eminem Pleased With Album

    =================
    i respect em – he makes sure all his artists eat

  21. Troyvul Says:

    battled his way to the top -got a following outside of just harlem
    ^
    I think Jae Millz isnt getting enough credit

  22. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    Niccas talkin like Vado is that dude.

    Outside the internets, nobody on earth know this nicca.

    Swear on my life this dude is a stranger.

    His #’s have been absolute total doodoo.

    Dude has proven over and over that he can’t sell 2 albums.

    NY niccas always looking for that savior because a bamma like YC goes multi-platinum off some “Racks” and Wiz goes triple whatever with “Black and Yellow”.

    Eh? STFU and make hits.

  23. Mr. Miogi Says:

    vado = future of harlem

    ^

    Co-sign

    But he needs to hurry up and make a smash single before he reaches A-Maf status

  24. Mr. Miogi Says:

    Troyvul Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    battled his way to the top -got a following outside of just harlem
    ^
    I think Jae Millz isnt getting enough credit

    ^

    Dead

  25. b Says:

    Mr. Miogi Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:30 pm
    vado = future of harlem

    ^nah.

  26. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    Red Cafe was supposed to be your savior, then he wasn’t.

    Vado supposed to be your savior – no he’s not.

    Fred the Blobson, same shit.

    Long as you niccas keep doing Yankee Fitted raps, you’re gonna do triple wood.

    Shut up and make hits.

  27. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    Wichita Kansas rap > NY rap

  28. Troyvul Says:

    I meant Jae Millz paving the way for Vado

  29. Harlem World Says:

    NovemberEnd Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    and the most important feature – he can rap
    ^^^
    he aight

    he no Lamont Coleman or even Betha

    ==================
    cosign – he’s like Dipset B Team -a lil like Juelz at times

    but still..Dipset B were better than most crews (jr writer/hell rell/40 cal etc)

  30. b Says:

    Honey Lips Louis Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:32 pm
    Red Cafe was supposed to be your savior, then he wasn’t.

    Vado supposed to be your savior – no he’s not.

    Fred the Blobson, same shit.

    Long as you niccas keep doing Yankee Fitted raps, you’re gonna do triple wood.

    Shut up and make hits.

    ^lol, shes got a point.

  31. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    ^lol, shes got a point.

    ^

    She?

    Fuck your life, b.

  32. Mr. Miogi Says:

    Troyvul Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:32 pm

    I meant Jae Millz paving the way for Vado

    ^

    Nah son, who the fuck aspires to be a yes man? Jae’s shit is superglued on the shelves.

    Only way his shit releases is if Young Money’s Tour Bus explodes with all of Young Money in it…and Jae Millz just so happened to be too sick to tag along that day.

  33. Harlem World Says:

    Honey Lips Louis Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:32 pm

    Red Cafe was supposed to be your savior, then he wasn’t.

    Vado supposed to be your savior – no he’s not.

    Fred the Blobson, same shit.

    Shut up and make hits.

    =================

    i agree – too much hype around rappers in general tho

    i dont wanna hype him up -just let the music do the talking

  34. Harlem World Says:

    b Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:31 pm

    Mr. Miogi Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:30 pm
    vado = future of harlem

    ^nah.

    ===================
    vado got robbed tho right?

  35. NovemberEnd Says:

    Fred the Blobson
    ^^
    roffle

  36. Mr. Miogi Says:

    Honey Lips Louis Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:35 pm

    ^lol, shes got a point.

    ^

    She?

    Fuck your life, b.

    ^

    lol

  37. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    “HUH?!” (c) Vado

  38. b Says:

    Honey Lips Louis Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:35 pm
    ^lol, shes got a point.

    ^

    She?

    Fuck your life, b.

    ^lol, I used to get dissed by the honey lips(c)redman

  39. Troyvul Says:

    Nah son, who the fuck aspires to be a yes man? Jae’s shit is superglued on the shelves.
    ^
    he hasnt had an album yet.

    And Vado was all over Jae Millz eariler mixtapes from the Most Hated Camp, if it wasnt for Jae Millz there would be no Vado

  40. RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:

    >Gold

  41. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    Vado stay wearing that tight Polo. That “kids section” Polo…10 bucks cheaper at Marshall’s…boys “XL” and shit…I see you, nicca. I ain’t hating, do your thing. I wouldn’t wear it, but do you, homie.

  42. why? Says:

    Jay-Z once rapped that 30 is the new 20, but Danny Brown is at ease with his age — so much so that the Detroit MC dedicated his latest mixtape, XXX, to the big 3-0.

    At this point, Brown is comfortable as an individual, and that in itself is a double-edged sword. It is DB’s individuality that has earned him a cult following of fans, which he dubs the Bruisers, and it is that same sense of self that cost the rapper a deal with 50 Cent’s G-Unit Records.

    “I just turned 30. I been writing raps all my life, but I remember the time when I was, like, 14, 15; I was like, ‘Imagine what I’m gonna be like when I’m 20. Yo, imagine what I’m gonna be like when I’m 30,’ ” Brown told Mixtape Daily. “Now I’m finally 30.”

    The mixtape, which many have dubbed “Triple X,” isn’t a nod to pornography, but rather a play on the Roman numeral for 30. It’s an important time for the rapper, who recently signed to indie label Fool’s Gold. He is finally seeing his rap dreams come true, but with that realization also came drug addiction.

    “Most of the stuff that I talk about is stuff that I’ve done in the past. But where is my life at right now, at 30?” Brown rhetorically asked. “At 30, my life is: I’ve been trying to get in this industry for over 10 years, and through me trying to get into that industry, I can say I developed a drug habit.”

    Brown admits to smoking marijuana, but then again, so do most rappers. Adderall, however, is not a hip-hop drug of choice. The stimulant is used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy, and for Brown, it helps him record and live his rock-star lifestyle. He even raps about the drug on “Adderall Admiral,” a track from XXX. “Eatin’ on an Adderall, wash it down with alcohol/ Writin’ holy mackerel actual or factual,” he raps before embarking on his patented free-associative rhyme patterns over a herky-jerky beat.

    “I got to the point that I was just taking Adderall to work on music, then it got to the point where I wanted to take Adderall to stay up late and party,” Brown said. “So now, from me trying Adderall, I’ve tried other drugs too.”

    On XXX, DB remains an open book. He contemplates his fate on “Die Like a Rockstar,” shouting the names of deceased celebrities like River Phoenix, Brittany Murphy and Heath Ledger. “Pac Blood” finds Brown rapping over a sample of Bob James’ classic “Nautilus,” and on “Lie4,” he bucks standard rap fare by freely admitting his financial woes.

    Danny Brown is certainly one of rap’s most unique figures in recent memory, which can also be a disadvantage. In 2010, Brown befriended G-Unit rapper Tony Yayo, and together they recorded their collaborative Hawaiian Snow mixtape. The G-Unit association led many to wonder if Brown would eventually sign with 50′s crew. But Brown, who favors fitted jeans and a vintage rock-inspired wardrobe, didn’t fit the part of G-Unit soldier.

    “It was a real thing. 50 was with it; he just didn’t sign me because of my jeans. He liked the music, but he didn’t like the way I looked,” Danny said. “I understand where they were coming from with that, but you gotta understand where I’m coming from too: I’m from Detroit.”

    ^
    SMH at Curtis for not signing D. Brown because of his looks yet he signed Pauly D.

  43. jderrida Says:

    Red Cafe was supposed to be your savior, then he wasn’t.

    Vado supposed to be your savior – no he’s not.

    Fred the Blobson, same shit.

    Long as you niccas keep doing Yankee Fitted raps, you’re gonna do triple wood.

    Shut up and make hits.

    ^^^

    Hits? YC won’t be known next year. Wiz built his movement from mixtapes. Everyone can thank NY for the career enhancing ability of mixtapes and the culture surrounding it.

    But Vado, Cafe and Bread all suck, musically.

    Vado got bars tho.

  44. Harlem World Says:

    RNC Chairman Michael Steele Says:
    August 18th, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    >Gold

    ====================
    nosign

  45. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    “I understand where they were coming from with that, but you gotta understand where I’m coming from too: I’m from Detroit.”

    ^

    OK but I know Detroit niccas and they don’t dress like batty-boys with pressed hair, smedium v-necks and nut-hugger jeans. So somebody ain’t talkin’ right.

  46. Troyvul Says:

    OK but I know Detroit niccas and they don’t dress like batty-boys with pressed hair, smedium v-necks and nut-hugger jeans. So somebody ain’t talkin’ right.
    ^
    lmfaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

  47. Danny Ocean Says:

    More About Nothing >>>> that new mixtape Wale just dropped

    the nigerian got that spoken word, mother earth swag on lock

  48. Harlem World Says:

    “Eatin’ on an Adderall, wash it down with alcohol”

    ======================

    he tryna kill himself?

  49. Heroine Headliner Says:

    he tryna kill himself?
    —-
    Live fast, Die young….

  50. 007 Says:

    “Eatin’ on an Adderall, wash it down with alcohol”

    ======================

    he tryna kill himself?

    ^Niggas is junkies

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