Video: ASAP Rocky Brings Out Master P At Coachella 2012

After performing his new single Goldie, ASAP Rocky surprised the crowd by brining out Master P and No Limit to perform ‘Make Em Say Uhh’ and ‘I Miss My Homies’, which was dedicated to Trayvon Martin.

Props: Rap-Up

Previously: A$AP Rocky & Hit-Boy Mix “Goldie” (Video)


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15 Responses to “Video: ASAP Rocky Brings Out Master P At Coachella 2012”

  1. Carlos Voltron Says:

    izzo lyrics are pretty dark & depressing tho, kanye disguised it with his upbeat instrumental

    ^
    You could say the same thing about Empire State of Mind.

  2. why? Says:

    *puts on all camo everythang*
    *watches*

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

    izzo lyrics are pretty dark & depressing tho, kanye disguised it with his upbeat instrumental

    ^
    You could say the same thing about Empire State of Mind.
    ^^^^

    There was still some hope in Izzo.

    ESOM was kind of bitter to me. Not as uplifting or inspirational.

  4. Harlem World Says:

    Carlos Voltron Says:
    April 22nd, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    izzo lyrics are pretty dark & depressing tho, kanye disguised it with his upbeat instrumental

    ^
    You could say the same thing about Empire State of Mind.

    ==============
    yeah true

    just goes to show a lot of people dont really check for lyrics

    just throw on alicia keys and nod ya head to it

  5. Kush Kennedy Says:

    izzo lyrics are pretty dark & depressing tho, kanye disguised it with his upbeat instrumental

    ^
    Precise, it was perfect for a single imo.

    It had all the greasy jay talk for the hood, and the upbeat little hook for the masses.

    This makes me realize, the masses don’t give a fuck what the song says (unless its on some Juicy shit, nh) as long as the hook is stadium status.

    Teachers, Principals, baby mommas were all diddy boppin when this song came on during school rallies and shit.

  6. Black Says:

    Hard Knock Life is the epitome of that shit.

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

    Izzo & ESOM were both created in the Hard Knock Life lane.

    Jay has his formulas just like any other successful artist.

  8. Harlem World Says:

    jay-z is that dude but damn, he seems so cold at times

    no homo

  9. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Izzo is a lane all in itself.

    You heard Izzo bumping, that shit instantly makes you wanna pour liquor on bitches

    Izzo came outta no where one friday at school during lunch time, they didn’t see me at 5th period, I was highed up at popeyes with friends

    The song just puts you in a good mood

    Kanye blacked out on that beat.

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

    Izzo > HKL

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

    Familiar samples FTW!

  12. Black Says:

    jay-z is that dude but damn, he seems so cold at times

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    I mean the nigga does have a history of doing some coldblooded shit. Otis was the 1st time he looked like he was having fun.

  13. Harlem World Says:

    on hkl 3 theres a real short verse called hova song

    and when you really hear the lyrics, you pretty much understand jay-z mindset/character

    the fact that its so short makes me think he just had to get that shit off his chest

    nicca sounded like he had tears in his eyes

    or like he was having argument with someone

    he wanted to be acknowledged x accepted so bad, must have been eating him up inside – no homo

    no label would sign him, pops skipped out on him, some saying he would always be in biggies shadow,

    nicca said fuck you to his own father for the whole world to hear – not on some shock value shit either

    like you could tell he meant that

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

    he wanted to be acknowledged x accepted so bad
    ^^^

    That’s the character trait I find the most unappealing.

    He’s a front runner with a huge ego who clearly feeds on the accolades & adoration to the point he seeks it out.

    Nas never came off like that, even when he was selling records.

    It always seemed like he was really doing it “for the culture” and Jay was doing it to say he did it.

  15. mw Says:

    no limit > cash money

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