Video: Waka Flocka ft. Drake – Round Of Applause

New album Triple F Life drops in April. Video directed by Mr. Boomtown.

Previously: French Montana & Waka Flocka ft. Chinx Drugz – Black And White (Video)


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165 Responses to “Video: Waka Flocka ft. Drake – Round Of Applause”

  1. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Derrick Rose lands potential $200M shoe deal: Yahoo News Reports.

    Chicago is the breeding land of GIANTS.

    This will be the only city I know as intimately. My first love: Chicago.

    *Daps* Derrick on his rise to the bracket of legends.

  2. Casket Face Says:

    karren steffans – 17yrs old
    kool g rap – 28yrs old

    is this hot in the streets?

  3. Bricktop Says:

    PIL2 >>> Black Cocaine & HNIC3 combined.
    ^
    Ja Rule will NEVER be better than ANYTHING Mobb related.
    Ever.
    Black Cocaine(the song) >>> Ja’s life.

  4. Bricktop Says:

    Bitches ain’t shit but hoes and tricks.
    I beat my bitch witta stick, WHAT!?!

    In other words, these broads….. Nah, you so called pimps and players and shit better be happy as hell that I bowed out gracefully. Otherwise, I’d be railing your bottom bitch while she’s cleaning your T-Lady’s carpet.
    Doubt me if you wanna, motherfucker. But I have penchant for making dreams come true. Specifically: MY dreams.

  5. Bricktop Says:

    Axe about me.

  6. Bricktop Says:

    Wiz Kalifa = if Pookie from New Jack City ever got a record deal.

  7. Bricktop Says:

    Eatin’ ain’t cheatin’
    and
    Suckin’ ain’t fuckin’
    ^
    That’s how I gotta train these hoes.
    #FUNdamentals

  8. Harlem World Says:

    black girl lost >>>>>______

    cot damn, been a while

    i wish they made a video for this, i seen the visual in my mind years back

  9. Harlem World Says:

    iww > illmatic

    trackmasters were amazing

  10. Tyrone Obama Says:

    Eatin’ ain’t cheatin’
    and
    Suckin’ ain’t fuckin’
    ^
    That’s how I gotta train these hoes.
    #FUNdamentals

    ^
    #herpes gems?

  11. Harlem World Says:

    fiend should do that half singing/half rapping style more often

    he got a good singing voice

    raps barry white

  12. Harlem World Says:

    blood sweat & gears >>>>

    the bassline is delicious

  13. Harlem World Says:

    am i really just a narcissist…
    cus i wake up to a bowl of lobster bisque?

  14. Harlem World Says:

    prodigy: gun love >>>

    queens storytelling >>

    the concept was genius, i love double entendres (ll)

    “it knew it wasnt lust i was feeling”

    i been had that sickly feeling over a bitch back school, never over a gun tho

  15. Harlem World Says:

    back in school > back school

  16. Harlem World Says:

    jay-z – girls best friend might be my favorite double entendre

    just because you cant quite tell if its about diamonds or a woman

    sad that he had more respect for diamonds than women – but still genius

  17. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Ja Rule will NEVER be better than ANYTHING Mobb related.
    Ever.
    ^^^^

    I used to feel the same way dunny.

    But the Mobb ain’t bringing it like they used to.

    P’s raps are as flat as Hav’s beats.

  18. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Buss It, Buss It, Buss It….

  19. Casket Face Says:

    drake’s acting <

  20. Shooter Says:

    Talk of New York >>>>

  21. Bricktop Says:

    P’s raps are as flat as Hav’s beats.
    ^
    Right up until the time P came home I would’ve agreed with this statement. But then he dropped “Dogshit” and the “Black Cocaine” EP, both resorting my faith in the Mobb. But yeah, I’d been disappointed with their musical output since Infamy, which wasn’t a completely bad album, but it was a letdown follow up to Murder Muzik and marked the beginning of the end (no pun intended) of the duo’s legendary run.

    IMO.

  22. Harlem World Says:

    “i aint diss young jeezy, cus he aint da only one spittin fake dope prices”

    rip pimp c

  23. Bricktop Says:

    iww > illmatic
    ^
    HERESY!
    He’s been possessed by demons!
    Quick, set him ablaze with a holy fire to assure that his mind is released from the clutches of Satan!

  24. Tong Po Flo Says:

    iww > illmatic

    trackmasters were amazing

    ^ *looks at comment*
    *slaps fire and plague outta HW*

    Both were equally dope but Illmatic will always win no matter what you put it up against

    illmatic > dead sea scrolls
    illmatic > alien technology
    illmatic > a night with sofia vergara/lucy liu/bria myles

  25. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    Oh so we ain’t goin act like Spitta bout to get another W.
    Makin that 2 for the years it’s only February!!!
    Spitta 2
    Nas 0

    It’s a wrap b

  26. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    Sofia Vergara/Lucy Lui/Bria Myles

    ^which one doesn’t fit?!?

  27. hl Says:

    Oh so we ain’t goin act like Spitta bout to get another W.

    ^huh?

  28. Harlem World Says:

    Both were equally dope but Illmatic will always win no matter what you put it up against

    =====================
    understood

  29. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    *cues Curren$y-The world is yours*

    Laughs

  30. hl Says:

    cosign iww > illmatic

  31. Tong Po Flo Says:

    ^which one doesn’t fit?!?

    ^ they all fine so they all fit in my book

    oh forgot to add padma lakshmi to complete the rainbow

  32. Tong Po Flo Says:

    *cues Curren$y-The world is yours*

    Laughs

    ^ lol have to admit he did do his thing, but compare to NaS tho…I let you tell it

  33. Harlem World Says:

    i look forward to that styles x spitta album

    there was a time styles p was in my top 5

    rhymes way too audiovisual

  34. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Curren$y & Styles P – #The1st28 EP
    ^^^

    Another reason why Spitta is >>> then your favorite rapper.

    This is the bridge I’ve been waiting for to convert some of my niggas to the JET Life.

  35. Das racist Says:

    If Arsenal lose this morning…

    RIP Arsene Wenger

  36. hl Says:

    If the collab isn’t produced by Alchemist I don’t see how this will be any different than the last 5 or 6 Curren$y/Styles projects I downloaded and deleted.

  37. Das racist Says:

    If the collab isn’t produced by Alchemist I don’t see how this will be any different than the last 5 or 6 Curren$y/Styles projects I downloaded and deleted.
    ^^^^^^

    ?

  38. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    iww > illmatic
    ^^^

    It Was Written is way more cinematic and is much more varied in tone, concept & production.

    But Illmatic is such a definitive statement on 90′s NYC. That album just creates a whole dark, jazzy, urban vibe in it’s production & Nas was such a detailed narrator, nihilistic in his outlook on the world and the future that awaits him.

    It’s short, concise, no filler & most importantly, no “Nas Is Coming” (nhjic).

  39. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Nasty Nas > God’s Son > Escobar

  40. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    But Illmatic is such a definitive statement on 90′s NYC. That album just creates a whole dark, jazzy, urban vibe in it’s production & Nas was such a detailed narrator, nihilistic in his outlook on the world and the future that awaits him.

    ^this album is untouchable mane like dude crafted a masterpiece

  41. Das racist Says:

    Nasty Nas > God’s Son > Escobar
    ^^^^^^

    Co, they’re all better than Jay-Z IMO

  42. Bricktop Says:

    “Nas Is Coming”
    ^
    Good music to clean gun parts to, and wipe off bullets to, and carefully load magazines to, etc….

  43. hl Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:07 am
    “Nas Is Coming”
    ^
    Good music to clean gun parts to, and wipe off bullets to, and carefully load magazines to, etc….

    ^I was listening to this the other day. Song is fire. Nas kills it and the intro is hilarious.

  44. Bricktop Says:

    Nasty Nas > God’s Son > Escobar
    ^
    Lol. I think I disagree with you on everything rap related.
    Esco>>>>

  45. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    I was listening to this the other day. Song is fire. Nas kills it and the intro is hilarious.
    ^^^

    Hilarious as in wild corny.

    And Nas can spit jewels over trash beats. And he has.

    The song didn’t live up to the hype of a Nas/Dr. Dre collaboration and the beat was some bullshit Dre made during that period when he was making a lot of bullshit beats (anyone remember “Zoom” with LL?).

  46. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Bricktop Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:08 am

    Nasty Nas > God’s Son > Escobar
    ^
    Lol. I think I disagree with you on everything rap related.
    Esco>>>>
    ^^^

    Nas is best when he’s not trying to portray some kinda Hollywood image or trying to kick knowledge.

    Nas is best when he’s just straight spitting that stream of consciousness, arrogant yet introspective QB shit.

  47. Tong Po Flo Says:

    But Illmatic is such a definitive statement on 90′s NYC. That album just creates a whole dark, jazzy, urban vibe in it’s production & Nas was such a detailed narrator, nihilistic in his outlook on the world and the future that awaits him.

    ^this album is untouchable mane like dude crafted a masterpiece

    ^ alladat, crown jewel of hip hop

  48. Harlem World Says:

    Nas is best when he’s just straight spitting that stream of consciousness, arrogant yet introspective QB shit.

    ====================
    cosign

  49. Bricktop Says:

    The song didn’t live up to the hype of a Nas/Dr. Dre collaboration
    ^
    Word. That first wave of Aftermath was cringe-inducing at every turn. Good thing Dre discovered White Boy and Curtis. Otherwise his legacy would’ve been FUCKED.

  50. Bricktop Says:

    Speaking of…..
    Is Dr Dre overrated?

  51. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Nas is best when he’s just straight spitting that stream of consciousness, arrogant yet introspective QB shit.

    ^ Yeah I’ll take a whole LP of this but with a splash of kick knowledge here and there

  52. Shooter Says:

    ^I was listening to this the other day. Song is fire. Nas kills it and the intro is hilarious.
    ^^^^

    co-sign this, he destroyed that shit

    “fatal not fictictious, i rock the cable, ’86 shit, foreign cars, young with crazy bitches”

  53. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Is Dr Dre overrated?

    ^ I would say yeah, the best thing he ever did was be a part of NWA

  54. Harlem World Says:

    Dear Fabolous

    I am writing to you to express my wish for retirement from hip hop.

  55. hl Says:

    co-sign this, he destroyed that shit

    “fatal not fictictious, i rock the cable, ’86 shit, foreign cars, young with crazy bitches”

    ^Every line of that shit was insane. EVERY LINE. And I dig the beat.

  56. Harlem World Says:

    for your *

  57. hl Says:

    Dre and Nas was trying to diffuse the east/west bullshit. Nothing about that was corny imo.

  58. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Yeah I’ll take a whole LP of this but with a splash of kick knowledge here and there
    ^^^

    Life Is Good?

  59. Shooter Says:

    cBc on IWW being lyrically flawless though

  60. Harlem World Says:

    Tong Po Flo Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:27 am

    Is Dr Dre overrated?

    ^ I would say yeah, the best thing he ever did was be a part of NWA

    ============
    wtf!

  61. Harlem World Says:

    hl Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:29 am

    Dre and Nas was trying to diffuse the east/west bullshit. Nothing about that was corny imo.

    =================
    i respected that

    dre about his money

  62. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    Damn Hw? Dear Fab time already?!? I might agree I wasn’t feelin tnic3
    _______

    “lock my body can’t trap my mind, easily explain why we adapt to crime
    I rather die enormous than lie dormant that’s how we on it
    Live at the main event I bet a trip to Maui on it”
    -#SpittaGems

    And say he ain’t destroy that Jay Bring it on

  63. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Dre and Nas was trying to diffuse the east/west bullshit. Nothing about that was corny imo.
    ^^^

    The approach was…IMO.

    I liked “East Coast Killer/West Coast Killer” better, even though there coulda been a better line up of MC’s on that thing.

    It’s friggin’ Dr. Dre we’re talking about and he gets KRS, RBX & B-Real alongside Nas. Never understood why he didn’t choose some more relevant artists.

    And co-sign all stannery involving Nas’ lyrics on “Nas Is Coming”.

    Nas can destroy any beat but it’s always better when it’s a good one.

    It wasn’t till “Phone Tap” that we heard Nas on top of a proper Dr. Dre production…that was actually produced by The Glove but who’s really keeping track of all that.

  64. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Life Is Good?

    ^ I hope so b

  65. hl Says:

    Are there any Jay/Nas/Outkast lines left for Curren$y to steal?

  66. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    cBc on IWW being lyrically flawless though
    ^^^^

    Too many classic songs that you can always go back to & appreciate. “Take It In Blood”, “Shootouts”, “Live Nigga Rap” etc.

    “If I Ruled The World” is one of the most lyrically dense single choices from that era and it was a hit record. Imagine that.

  67. Harlem World Says:

    even when you listen to a record like nas is coming – dre is 10 steps ahead

    the record was made in 96, but it sounds like today

  68. Shooter Says:

    solicitin’ ill editions of that murder i wrote

  69. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:38 am

    even when you listen to a record like nas is coming – dre is 10 steps ahead

    the record was made in 96, but it sounds like today
    ^^^

    I can concede that.

    But a great producer should give an artist what he needs, not what the producer is on. That record felt out of place in the scheme of the whole album.

  70. ChainHeavy Says:

    Nas lost,but IWW was one of the greatest rap albums ever recorded.Its right up there with Illmatic.The Message>>>>>

  71. Harlem World Says:

    hl Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:35 am

    Are there any Jay/Nas/Outkast lines left for Curren$y to steal?

    ===============================
    smh

    clearly paying homage

  72. Tong Po Flo Says:

    wtf!

    ^ LOL what he did more?!?!

  73. Harlem World Says:

    tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:33 am

    Damn Hw? Dear Fab time already?!? I might agree I wasn’t feelin tnic3

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

    fab is part of the deadwood ny rappers that almost killed our credibilty, by running to atlanta

    im not saying the south specifically

    i mean atlanta – he hopped on their dicks, not giving a fuck about ny in general

    and hes a terrible rapper now

  74. Harlem World Says:

    #pleaseretireloso

  75. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    The Message>>>>>
    ^^^

    I’ve heard some say there were loaded darts aimed at Pac in this song.

    I could hear it but was never sure if it was meant for Pac specifically.

    “Fake thug, no love, you get the slug, CB4 Gusto
    Your luck low, I didn’t know til I was drunk though…”

  76. hl Says:

    Production is subjective. I always liked that Dre beat. Shit is spooky.

  77. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    I think y’all got Fab’s strategy kinda fucked up.

    The S.O.U.L. Tape was for the East Coast & TINC3 was for the heads on that Lex Luger/ATL wave.

    That’s all mixtape shit anyway. I wasn’t a huge fan of Loso’s Way and I’m not big on that “Sicker Then Your Average” single with him & Trey Songz either. But Fab is a vet. He’s not gonna drop without a proper single and I’m sure the album will be more balanced then TINC3.

  78. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    “Fake thug, no love, you get the slug, CB4 Gusto
    Your luck low, I didn’t know til I was drunk though…”

    ^everyone assumed those hollow tips were aimed at PAC ever since that short at the end of the I ruled video
    Can some nas Stan please explain?!?

  79. hl Says:

    everyone assumed those hollow tips were aimed at PAC ever since that short at the end of the I ruled video
    Can some nas Stan please explain?!?

    ^I honestly never heard anyone (except Pac) say that back then.

  80. Shooter Says:

    I’ve heard some say there were loaded darts aimed at Pac in this song.

    I could hear it but was never sure if it was meant for Pac specifically.
    ^^^^

    Nas himself said that the song was only shots at BIG

    eg the “its one life, one love, so there could only be one king” line

  81. Shooter Says:

    ^ LOL what he did more?!?!
    ^^^^

    you never heard 2001?

  82. hl Says:

    LOL what he did more?!?!

    ====================
    smh

    ^lol TPF you being sarcastic man?

  83. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    But there was that incident where Pac & Nas supposedly met up at the House Of Blues & Nas said something to the effect that Pac told him it wasn’t really no beef although he might hear some stuff about him in some of his songs.

    I think Pac said something similar.

  84. Harlem World Says:

    Tong Po Flo Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:40 am

    wtf!

    ^ LOL what he did more?!?!

    ====================
    smh

  85. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Nas himself said that the song was only shots at BIG
    ^^^^

    It would have been distasteful to say there were barbs aimed at Pac in that song.

    Especially since Nas went & hopped on Ghetto Mansion or what ever that song was called he did with Pac.

    “Yo Nas, Pac never liked you man.” (c) Corey McKay

  86. Harlem World Says:

    Nas himself said that the song was only shots at BIG
    ===============================

    thank you for clearing this up – always thought those lines were to vague to be at a rapper

    myth busted

  87. Tong Po Flo Says:

    ^lol TPF you being sarcastic man?

    ^ lol not really, when I think of Dre nothing really comes to mind besides NWA or Aftermath

  88. ChainHeavy Says:

    For gods sake,what a nigga got to do to make a half a million,without the FBI catching feelings?

  89. Shooter Says:

    For gods sake,what a nigga got to do to make a half a million,without the FBI catching feelings?
    ^^^^

    the streets raised me up, givin a fuck, i thought jordans and a gold chain was livin it up

  90. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    This lil nigga nas think he live like me…

  91. hl Says:

    This lil nigga nas think he live like me…

    ^Y’all respect the one who got shot…

  92. Tong Po Flo Says:

    i thought jordans and a gold chain was livin it up

    ^ cats still do

  93. Harlem World Says:

    Tong Po Flo Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 9:56 am

    ^lol TPF you being sarcastic man?

    ^ lol not really, when I think of Dre nothing really comes to mind besides NWA or Aftermath

    ==================
    dre has hella achievements

    ruthless, death row, and pretty much interscope were built on his ability to make massive hit records

    and simple shit like having backing singers during verses, hook driven music

  94. Harlem World Says:

    nas and pac should never have had issues imo

    i liked how he said ” me and tupac were soldiers of the same struggle”

    i always thought that

  95. Tong Po Flo Says:

    dre has hella achievements

    ruthless, death row, and pretty much interscope were built on his ability to make massive hit records

    and simple shit like having backing singers during verses, hook driven music

    ^ oh okay I see now

  96. Harlem World Says:

    Fab is a vet. He’s not gonna drop without a proper single and I’m sure the album will be more balanced then TINC3.

    ==================
    fab been fell off imo

    besides, hes always tryna cause rifts between ny rappers

    i peeped game

  97. Casket Face Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 10:17 am
    Fab is a vet. He’s not gonna drop without a proper single and I’m sure the album will be more balanced then TINC3.

    ==================
    fab been fell off imo

    besides, hes always tryna cause rifts between ny rappers

    i peeped game

    ^^^

    “you know know” feat meek >>>>>>>>

    …fab stays in his own lane, i do think ray j pieced him up though if you watch the video he connects on fab.

  98. 911 Says:

    Pac and Nas met up at the MTV awards 95-96 and totally squashed everything, Pac said when he went back to LA he was going to take Nas disses off Don killuminati, but we all know he never had a chance to make it back to the studio..

    Daps.

  99. Das racist Says:

    you know know” feat meek >>>>>>>>
    ^^^^^^

    Cosign,
    No signs Meek’s verse tho

  100. charles lee ray Says:

    LMG

  101. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Maino = Generic Thug Pop

    But that lane is wide open.

  102. Harlem World Says:

    i do think ray j pieced him up though if you watch the video he connects on fab.

    ==================================
    Cosign!

    Fab is soft, a grown man who talks tough but hides behind his big brother. Look at that video of him in Miami where they tried to rob him. Fab hid in the car, his bodyguard saved him. Alibis aint matching up.

    For the record, Fabolous cant go anywhere in NY without his bodyguards because some people who are “of the street” think one of Fabs mans killed/set up G Baby (RIP) (Bleeks right hand). I heard he got banned from Queens?

    “they say a man shouldn’t cry but sometimes this shit hurt
    why they put G Baby face on a t shirt” (c) Waka

  103. Harlem World Says:

    French Montana >>>>

  104. Eastern_Digital Says:

    LMAO @ the Sp*rs

    Where EngRep at?

  105. Harlem World Says:

    loso next rapper to get killed

  106. Eastern_Digital Says:

    co-sign Fab’s time being over.

    That Feds Takin Pictures remix will always get spins tho.

  107. cOLD Says:

    I just to go on record as saying the jigga joint, soon you’ll understand is prolly jays deepest song. Well that along with where have you been. Smh at beans tho. He wore that song like some old kicks

  108. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Fab is soft, a grown man who talks tough but hides behind his twitter account.

    ^^^

    Adjusted

  109. cOLD Says:

    Hold up. I don’t know what the topic of convo is. But I had to pull over to type this. I urge you all to listen to beans on that song real quick. How do you describe how beans poured his emotions out on that song. From his choice of tone and the over emphasis on certain parts. Christ if that’s not hip hop what is. Just saying.

  110. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 11:41 am

    jay got deep records
    ^^^

    But even his “deep” shit is superficial.

  111. Harlem World Says:

    jay got deep records

    problem is niccas just skim through his music

  112. Eastern_Digital Says:

    I just to go on record as saying the jigga joint, soon you’ll understand is prolly jays deepest song. Well that along with where have you been. Smh at beans tho. He wore that song like some old kicks

    ^^^
    Word. They turned their souls inside out on that song, real shit.

  113. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Co-sign all good speak about the most influential artist of our time: NaS.

    No-sign all feeble minds that argue against the Most Valuable Prophet.

    JustToPutItInPerspective: Jesus was good in business either. Not only did he fail, but he got killed for his business. Who’s better though, Jesus or Jay?

    Think about it.

    Nas >>>>>>

  114. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    How do you describe how beans poured his emotions out on that song.
    ^^^

    “Daddy didn’t love me.

    Waaaah!”

  115. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    wasn’t > was

    (Hashtag)EDIT

  116. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Co-sign all good speak about the most influential artist of our time: NaS.

    ^^^

    tinyurl.com/89ga3h3

    you reachin bruh

  117. Harlem World Says:

    “rest in peace, fuck em all , fuck em all
    fab aint beefin with me, not at all, not at all
    rappin ass nigga, faggot ass nigga,
    i go over the head of these fabolous ass niggas”

    (c) uncle murder

  118. Eastern_Digital Says:

    LF: Those TI x Dipset callabos >>>>>

  119. cOLD Says:

    AmpGeez A.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway
    0 mins ago
    How do you describe how beans poured his emotions out on that song.
    ^^^

    “Daddy didn’t love me.

    Waaaah!”

    ^ you joke about it but not very many rap artist are able to tap into something so touching and express it. Ghost only other dude I know that can take it there

  120. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Dynasty is criminally slept-on in general btw.

    It’s like people were so blwn away (pause) by the intro that they didnt listen to the rest of the album.

  121. Harlem World Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 11:39 am

    Fab is soft, a grown man who talks tough but hides behind his twitter account.

    ^^^

    Adjusted

    =======================
    i remember when he was threatening soulja boy on twitter a while back, when he was like 18/19

    tough guy

  122. Eastern_Digital Says:

    J Hood had a dope, emotional track on his stepdad too.

    Fucked up and foul how Sheek aired that shit out again tho.

  123. cOLD Says:

    The song jay scribed to Emory

    Bromance squared

  124. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    NaS
    Black Thought
    Jay
    Talib Kweli
    J.Cole

    That’s that acoustic canal kneatus flow right there. That cerebral speak easy. That lyrical content that Willie Lynche and Jim Crow wanted to keep us segregated from music. That “music that speaks to your soul, cause it’s so potent”(Black Ice) flow. The music that makes your struggles so beautiful in its heartbreak and success rap. That shit that “We missed a lot of church so this music is our confessional” came from. Why it was formed. Real, pure, unadulterated, raw, honest, candid, and soul uplifting messages from the most high audio herione.

    Y’all don’t hear me though.

  125. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    “I would pray to god, but I’m tired of lying to him”

    I mean, like really, WOOOOOOOOWW!!!!!!!!!

  126. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    “Why is the world so ugly when you made it in your image?”

    -Black Thought- Dear God 2.0

  127. Harlem World Says:

    Eastern_Digital Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 11:50 am

    J Hood had a dope, emotional track on his stepdad too.

    Fucked up and foul how Sheek aired that shit out again tho.

    ==================================
    yeah, that was foul

    lord superb: when it rains it pours = emotional track

    nicca was crying mid verse n shit

  128. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Some people use music for fuckery and just entertainment. I used music for nourishment and vital information to shape the world around me.

    “It’s just the facts man, you might as well face em.” -Jay Electronica

  129. cOLD Says:

    I can’t go to sleep rza shed tears

  130. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    “Every rhyme I write, a seal gets cracked in the chapter of revelation. An atom gets cracked in the blackness of meditation. Serious shit.”

    WTF happened to Jay Elect? You can’t be blessed with a skill set like that and deprive the world of what you promised to bring man.

  131. cOLD Says:

    Troubleshooter1900 Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 12:03 pm
    “Every rhyme I write, a seal gets cracked in the chapter of revelation. An atom gets cracked in the blackness of meditation. Serious shit.”

    WTF happened to Jay Elect? You can’t be blessed with a skill set like that and deprive the world of what you promised to bring man.

    ^ dude had me believing in that Ali quote
    ” I’m up to date in all of my predictions. My train is running on schedule”.

    ^ lies

  132. mcb Says:

    wow smh at nah not posting the ALC track and contest…. or maybe I missed it.

    rappersbestfriend2.com

  133. mcb Says:

    -Black Thought- Dear God 2.0
    ^^^
    This joint>>>

    THe legendary Roots crew>>>

  134. Harlem World Says:

    “its a very thin line between love & hate
    when the same niccas that killed you get to come to ya wake”
    =========================

    the ghost was roaming again….

  135. mcb Says:

    this last curren$y EP is pretty good…

    just saying it goes

  136. Eastern_Digital Says:

    The Last Emperor feat. Too Poetic – One Life

    Poetic was literally dying…

  137. Harlem World Says:

    shit revolve like the doors in jail
    and the more i try to get, is the more i fail
    you know the tale
    powers in the dollar bill
    heroes die & cowards get killed
    everything is real
    ==================

    smh, with thoughts like that nicca…with thoughts like that

  138. Harlem World Says:

    styles p >>>>

    the p might just stand for philosophy

  139. Harlem World Says:

    FEMALE AUTOMATED VOICE (c) cOLD

    NEW CURRENSY VIDEO ALERT

  140. Casket Face Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 11:13 am
    i do think ray j pieced him up though if you watch the video he connects on fab.

    ==================================
    Cosign!

    Fab is soft, a grown man who talks tough but hides behind his big brother. Look at that video of him in Miami where they tried to rob him. Fab hid in the car, his bodyguard saved him. Alibis aint matching up.

    For the record, Fabolous cant go anywhere in NY without his bodyguards because some people who are “of the street” think one of Fabs mans killed/set up G Baby (RIP) (Bleeks right hand). I heard he got banned from Queens?

    “they say a man shouldn’t cry but sometimes this shit hurt
    why they put G Baby face on a t shirt” (c) Waka

    ^^^

    “street shit should stay in the street so keep it on the low, but everybody who somebody ALREADY know” – curtis

  141. Tron Stockton Says:

    Hl
    1 hr, 44 mins ago
    Are there any Jay/Nas/Outkast lines left for Curren$y to steal?
    ^
    It’s only stealing when Jay does it.

    Everyone else, it’s open season.

  142. mcb Says:

    not to talk loud b ut…. ive only heard fab is good in the streets

    still with the goons on deck…

    but idk nothing

    regardless, ray j was all flash trying to b funny, 50 style, nd Fab was like “huh whatever” and that was it.

    Fab>>>

  143. Casket Face Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 11:09 am
    Maino = Generic Thug Pop

    But that lane is wide open.

    ^^^

    sometimes niggas be so real around a bunch of fake niggas you have no choice but to come off a looking fake…maino stuck in an era where he was scared for life, he can’t let that shit go.

    fake thug though is that nigga from them west coast production films with the pac bandana he ruins the movies for me, him and that crack baby deviant wesley pipes.

    wesley be rappin’ bitches on camera, like “move bitch, you touch your OWN pussy again i’ll bust your head open with a brick”

  144. mcb Says:

    Tron Stockton Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 12:34 pm
    Hl
    1 hr, 44 mins ago
    Are there any Jay/Nas/Outkast lines left for Curren$y to steal?
    ^
    It’s only stealing when Jay does it.

    Everyone else, it’s open season.
    ^^^
    yeah cuz not everyone else steals, i mean borrows, the flows…

    jus saying

    jay still a great.

  145. Casket Face Says:

    rapin’ > rappin’

  146. Casket Face Says:

    ll cool j – ill bomb > his whole catalog

    …think someone ghost wrote that for him, prolly pharoh or a younger hov

  147. CHILE ! Says:

    Drop a gem on em >>> bomb first

    mobb deep sonned pac on that one

  148. Harlem World Says:

    “stay with the parka in the Porsche
    I dont trust a soul cus niccas threw rocks up at The Lord”

    woah

    *falls back*

  149. mcb Says:

    THe Matrix (the song)>>>>

    Black Milk, P Monche and Sean P all shined

  150. Casket Face Says:

    “ask russell simmons who put him in that skyscrapper, asks my dawgs up at fubu who made them major, LL NIGGA, now who next to need a favor”

    #ToddGEMS

  151. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Lil B – What Would You Do (You Can’t Bust) >>>

    Idiot Savant Rap

  152. why? Says:

    BOW…BOW…BOW!!!!!!

  153. mcb Says:

    when your driving and freestyling and it even suprises you how good it is.>>>>

  154. Casket Face Says:

    mcb Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 12:47 pm
    when your driving and freestyling and it even suprises you how good it is.>>>>

    ^^^

    then you try to impress your friends with that “good” freestyle and they let you down easy “aye, so what’s up for the day?” <<<

  155. Harlem World Says:

    mcb Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 12:35 pm

    not to talk loud b ut…. ive only heard fab is good in the streets

    still with the goons on deck

    =====================
    street fam is paul cain,(fabs brother) – he runs to his brother when he gets into beef

    you see how he was riding meech until it all went down, never mentions his name anymore

    niccas is kingpins in their own minds and rhymes of course

  156. mcb Says:

    thst makes sense HW, except for some fo the fronting, cant blame him entirely. least he dont think hes invincible

    i still remember when his bus got pulled over… think that just got swept under the covers…

    completely unrelated

    man i cant wait for this new ALC rapper best friend instrumentals

    nahright rappers should submit videos, could land the track with AL himself…
    check the site

  157. mcb Says:

    Casket Face Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 12:52 pm
    mcb Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 12:47 pm
    when your driving and freestyling and it even suprises you how good it is.>>>>

    ^^^

    then you try to impress your friends with that “good” freestyle and they let you down easy “aye, so what’s up for the day?” <<<
    ^^^
    hahahah
    i learned a long time ago, rapping aint for me, and that if im by myself, its har dto be embarrassed

    although when i used to do a little raps here and there, some of the better ones always started as freestyles. then id write hte rest

    but ya, once thinking i could do free in a cypher with my buddies… nope.. just was like "alright, ill just listen, my bad"

  158. Casket Face Says:

    you see how he was riding meech until it all went down, never mentions his name anymore

    niccas is kingpins in their own minds and rhymes of course

    ^^^

    *knowledge voice from belly*
    fuck you mean what? wassup with that bail money?

    -bleu davincci

  159. mcb Says:

    rappersbestfriend2.com

    download the instrumental. called whole lotta thug…

    i wrote a couple lines yesterday but ima chill.

    THe honest man shares his plan, now all is lost,
    his hope remains but the blame is caught,
    he bears the cross,(wears) the star of juden,
    leaving the german ghetto amidst the confusion,

  160. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    WTF happened to Jay Elect?
    ^^^

    Was just thinking this to myself this morning.

    Maybe when everyone forgets about him, he’ll drop the classic to be that is Act II.

    He’s like the Invisible Boy in Mystery Man.

    He can only be invisible when no one is looking at him.

    Jay Elec can only be a legend when no one is really paying attention.

  161. Das racist Says:

    Smh

    Liverpool better win…

  162. Eastern_Digital Says:

    niccas is kingpins in their own minds and rhymes of course

    #CokeDreams

  163. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Mcb’s Holocaust raps >>>

  164. Casket Face Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 1:04 pm
    WTF happened to Jay Elect?

    ^^

    i saw him last week, he was walking into the brooklyn food stamp center, wearing a mta subway janitor uniform…with a cd walkman

  165. MiddleClassJoe Says:

    This rack city song is horrible. Gets the people going. buts its utter trash.

    How many times per bar does this guy say rack city?

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