Video: Evidence – It Wasn’t Me

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Previously: Evidence – Good Times (Prod. by Statik Selektah)


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34 Responses to “Video: Evidence – It Wasn’t Me”

  1. Belize Says:

    Even Nas made Nastradumbass, and Jay made Kingdome Come and Vol 3.

    ^

    Hollld up. U cant put vol 3 near that trash ass naws album at all…vol 3 is dam near a classic..jus look

    1. “Hova Song”
    2 “So Ghetto”
    3 “Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up)” (featuring Beanie Sigel & Amil)
    4 “Dope Man”
    6 “It’s Hot (Some Like It Hot)”
    7 “Snoopy Track” (featuring Juvenile)
    8 “S. Carter” (featuring Amil)
    9 “Pop 4 Roc” (featuring Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek & Amil)
    10 “Watch Me” (featuring Dr. Dre)
    11 “Big Pimpin’” (featuring UGK)
    12 “There’s Been a Murder”
    13 “Come and Get Me”
    14 “NYMP”
    15 “Hova Song”
    “Jigga My Nigga”
    “Girl’s Best Friend”
    K-Rob
    Swizz Beatz 1:26
    5:23
    3:59
    16* “Anything” Sam Sneed

    plus come and get me was a pre-takeover nas shot and s.carter is a pre-WTT hov

  2. A chick Says:

    Smh @ me driving around tryna find Cole World.
    It aint even 2 yet and the joint sold out. Im happy for him yet annoyed for me.

  3. DJ Chase Says:

    Vol. 3 is no where near a classic, but its a damn good album

    Nastradamus is no where near a shit sandwich, but it is Nas’ worse album. But not as bad as most people make it out to be

    The original comparison tho that a rapper can have a bad album and still be heralded as a good rapper is true, but cannot be applied when its said rapper’s FIRST album.

    You have your entire life to create your first album, if that aint shit, I don’t wanna hear what you’re gonna cook up in a year and a half

    Still tho, Cole World is good album

  4. Beezy Says:

    Taco Tuesday > Toca Tuesday

  5. mcb Says:

    A chick Says:
    September 27th, 2011 at 1:43 pm
    Smh @ me driving around tryna find Cole World.
    It aint even 2 yet and the joint sold out. Im happy for him yet annoyed for me.
    ^^^
    hahaha

    no itunes buying huh? dont worry i get the cds too,

    amazons another way tho

  6. Beezy Says:

    A chick Says:
    September 27th, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    Smh @ me driving around tryna find Cole World.

    It aint even 2 yet and the joint sold out. Im happy for him yet annoyed for me.

    ^that’s not because of demand

    its because the label barely shipped any, because there is no demand

  7. mcb Says:

    ^that’s not because of demand

    its because the label barely shipped any, because there is no demand
    ^^^
    so demand did regulate it being out of stock then

    just not in the way she thought

  8. sarjo1988 Says:

    Smh @ me driving around tryna find Cole World.
    It aint even 2 yet and the joint sold out. Im happy for him yet annoyed for me.
    ^
    hope i dont go thru this shit at 5

  9. Beezy Says:

    Cole might do 50k first week … that would be extraordinary for him.

  10. mcb Says:

    and beezy im just fucking around

    i understand (at min an accountants level) of S&D

    shit i passed that partof the cpa

  11. mcb Says:

    ERIC B. & RAKIM

    When emcee extraordinaire Rakim and his right-hand man, producer Eric B., arrived on the scene in the mid-Eighties, they ushered in a revolution. Before them, acts like RUN DMC and LL Cool J were rap’s vanguard – rock-solid leading man types who built their songs around bold, direct declarations. Rakim dared to dream bigger. A sophisticated, cerebral character, he explored unheard-of levels of wordplay in his lyrics, packing each line with internal rhymes and complex syllable patterns that fans and fellow artists spent weeks analyzing. The two friends from Long Island were barely out of their teens when they recorded their debut single, “Eric B Is President” (1986). Eric B. looped up a hard-hitting, funky James Brown sample, setting the stage for Rakim to unspool three verses of inspired poetry: “I came in the door/I said it before/I never let the mic magnetize me no more/But it’s biting me, fighting me, inviting me to rhyme…” That endlessly quotable song scored them a major-label deal in no time. They emphatically delivered on its promise with their first LP, Paid In Full (1987), and continued to sharpen their skills on Follow The Leader (1988), the tougher-sounding Let The Rhythm Hit ‘Em (1989) and their swan song, Don’t Sweat The Technique (1992). All four albums were hugely influential – it is difficult to imagine contemporary stars like Jay-Z and Eminem existing at all without them. Eric B. & Rakim parted ways after six years as a duo, but the body of work they created in that time remains monumental.

  12. DJ Chase Says:

    I’m glad the Best Buy near my house is a piece of shit. Nothing ever sells out in there.

  13. big545 Says:

    Demarcus Ware >>>

    Ol boy from the Redskins was tugging his jersey all game.

  14. Remixznflow Says:

    Beezy Says:
    September 27th, 2011 at 1:44 pm

    Taco Tuesday > Toca Tuesday

    ^
    chill nigga…

  15. DJ Chase Says:

    Shame on the redskins defense for not putting Romo in the hospital last night.

    I only watched that game in hopes that someone would light Romo up last night, and it didn’t happen.

  16. mcb Says:

    September 27th, 2011 at 1:51 pm
    rockhall.com/

    yall need to vote

    for real

  17. big545 Says:

    Shame on the redskins defense for not putting Romo in the hospital last night.
    ======
    Chill.

    Our Offense was FUCKED last night. Our Defense kept us in it.

    *daps Rob Ryan*

  18. big545 Says:

    But Felix Jones broke off a few big runs when we needed them.

  19. DJ Chase Says:

    Shame on the redskins defense for not putting Romo in the hospital last night.
    ======
    Chill.

    Our Offense was FUCKED last night.

    ^All the more reason for someone to have come through clean and put a hurting on Romo.

  20. DJ Chase Says:

    But Felix Jones broke off a few big runs when we needed them.

    ^Yeah, two of em got called back. They easily took 50 yards away from him on penalties

  21. mcb Says:

    still felix suprising people

  22. Secondbest21 Says:

    I just wanted a remix to that punctured lung. That win last night don’t mean shit. All field goals. On WASHINGTON. Come on, now…

  23. mcb Says:

    that game was pretty boring to wathc,

    but football>>>

  24. cOLD Says:

    simping is fun if you don’t really have to do it, knowing at any moment you can pull the rug from under they feets >>>>

    give a broad a false sense of worth… then bloaw collaspe their whole shit.

  25. cOLD Says:

    do you guys ever talk about anything relating to real life, or is it always sports music and pussy… smh

  26. mcb Says:

    cOLD Says:
    September 27th, 2011 at 2:06 pm
    do you guys ever talk about anything relating to real life, or is it always sports music and pussy… smh
    ^^^
    hhahaa

  27. DJ Chase Says:

    do you guys ever talk about anything relating to real life, or is it always sports music and pussy… smh

    ^Puss is as real as it gets

  28. cOLD Says:

    giants this, redskins that, j. cole this, blah blah blah pussy.

    its like ground hog day in this bish.

  29. Secondbest21 Says:

    cOLD Says:

    do you guys ever talk about anything relating to real life, or is it always sports music and pussy… smh

    ^^^^^ Nah Life

  30. mcb Says:

    then im Bill Murray

  31. Camelot Says:

    VOL 3 sucks ass

    sorry genetlemen

  32. rex hussla Says:

    Evidence >>>>

    Dilated Peoples >>>>

    Lots of blasphemy on here today

  33. Camelot Says:

    Nigga you listed the..tracklisting..as “evidence” to why vol 3 is a “classic”?

    Like I don’t have the cd myself/can look it up with a single toolbar?

    Stop it 5 (c) Vado

  34. Belize Says:

    Like I don’t have the cd myself/can look it up with a single toolbar?

    ^

    i saved u time. thank me later

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