Rockie Fresh ft. Rick Ross & Nipsey Hussle – Life Long

MMG & Nipsey Hussle are two for two so far. Rockie Fresh’s Electric Highway mixtape is set to release next Monday.

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Collect calls from Gunplay, I pray one day I get to see some peace

Previously: Rockie Fresh ft. Lunice – Superman OG | Rockie Fresh – Nobody (Video)


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39 Responses to “Rockie Fresh ft. Rick Ross & Nipsey Hussle – Life Long”

  1. The Shot Clock Says:

    Merely mentioned to support my notion of “welcomed change” that is Joey.

    ^

    joeys good. but he needs to find a sound.

    the disappointing thing about rocky is hte niga found a fresh sound but he can’t rap.

    like who really wants to hear rocky spit besides bitches really and young niggas caught in the hype. i think NY is kinda hesitant to crown him as the nigga thats bringing the city back.

    if joey can bring that from the pavement new york flow and pair it with some fresh beats i think he good. but for right now its jsut nostalgia rap

  2. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    i think there’s a good balance right now the mainstream radio just sucks
    There are a plethora of lanes for whatever suits ur taste all u have to do is find it
    Alotta ppl still eatin sans any real talent
    However the rap game is severely over saturated there are more rappers than fans these days

    ^

    all of this

    wheter u like that mf doom madlib type shit or that idiotic troll damn i forgot the white bul name oh yeah riff raff shit

    thers something for everybody

    and with the internet you have no excuse for bitchin bout there being no real music

    shit is out there

  3. Troyvul Says:

    if Joey Badass doesnt pop this winter, when traditional rap is at its peak, his mainstream career you can call it a wrizzy, nobody tryna hear those beats in the summer, hell even spring.

  4. The Shot Clock Says:

    meaning if the big dog Hov gets behind his movement, hops on a song with him. He’s outta here.

    Jay, and Jay alone has the capacity to change the direction of music. Not saying he should, but that is the kinda power he yields.

    ^

    but that begs the question what is success? j.cole got that cosign and shit and he’s making millions but who really gives a fuck about him? hes not relevant at all.

    hip hop is interntational, plus white ppl will always love to watch black ppl perform – its in their dna or some shit – and theres a lot of them (white ppl and ppl around the world) so a lot of rappers can and do eat.

    but in terms of being a memorable part of the culture. i think it takes more than a cosign.

  5. cOLD Says:

    if joey can bring that from the pavement new york flow and pair it with some fresh beats i think he good. but for right now its jsut nostalgia rap

    ^ I agree. But he is only a cosign away.

    meaning if the big dog Hov gets behind his movement, hops on a song with him. He’s outta here.

    Jay, and Jay alone has the capacity to change the direction of music. Not saying he should, but that is the kinda power he yields.

  6. Troyvul Says:

    Unless you born 1982 and before

  7. Bricktop Says:

    I miss music videos. I really do. The iconic imagery of yesteryear is what cemented the legacies of some of our favorite albums.

    Nas crouched on the hood of some German engineering marvel, fresh suede Wally’s, draped in the neon radiance of Times Square.

    continue….

  8. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    typo sue me.

    > no need. i’ll jus wait for you to win a dice game.

  9. Bricktop Says:

    nobody tryna hear those beats in the summer
    ^
    It Was Written dropped spring/summer ’96 tho. The Infamous the summer prior. So whatchu saying?

  10. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Jay, and Jay alone has the capacity to change the direction of music.

    > don’t let amp see this.

  11. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    yo prodigy stage show kinda lack luster.

    when hav came thru with noyd it was a zoo in the spot.

  12. Troyvul Says:

    It Was Written dropped spring/summer ’96 tho. The Infamous the summer prior. So whatchu saying?
    ^
    Times have changed

  13. Mack Martinez Says:

    LORNA DOONES AND FAT PUSSY WOUNDS.

  14. cOLD Says:

    but that begs the question what is success? j.cole got that cosign and shit and he’s making millions but who really gives a fuck about him? hes not relevant at all.

    ^ J.cole played the middle, relevant to both lyrical extremist, and dance along poppy niggas. But a true underground artist getting the co from hov will fuck up a lotta niggas following trends right now.

  15. Bricktop Says:

    These new rappers need better visuals to help the listening public realize their stories. Like Wu-Tang without the masks and the fangs and random trashcans exploding in the background in slow motion just doesn’t have the same impact.

  16. Troyvul Says:

    But a true underground artist getting the co from hov will fuck up a lotta niggas following trends right now.
    ^
    This is true, but that aint makin $$$.

    Repitivive chants/ choruses/ base thumpin beats is what gets continuous spins. Or house/electro.

    Backpack rap has their own minor league lane and thats where it’ll stay.

    AAA baseball players, still consummates as a professional no?

  17. cOLD Says:

    typo sue me.

    > no need. i’ll jus wait for you to win a dice game.

    ^ roffle.

  18. Bricktop Says:

    Whoo-Ha!
    Now that’s how you kick off a solo career. Visually? The patent leather J’s & matching parka? Fisheye lens everything?

    Yo….

    But then to come right back with the “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” vid. Smh.

    We were so spoiled.

  19. cOLD Says:

    there’s thousands of niggas home right now, formulation their approach, their come up. Watching videos with the most views, getting the image together based on the niggas that’s eating right now.

    But an iconic nigga can stop all that with one song. All the DJ’s will hop on, radio stations, MTV BET…

    Say word if Hov, Nas, and Kanye did an album over Premo, Alchemist, Rza, Pete rock production – it wouldnt turn a proverbial corner in hip hop?

  20. Captain Planet Says:

    But why you guys wanna go back tho ?

    I’m trying to find out what’s next

  21. cOLD Says:

    This is true, but that aint makin $$$.

    Repitivive chants/ choruses/ base thumpin beats is what gets continuous spins. Or house/electro.

    Backpack rap has their own minor league lane and thats where it’ll stay.

    AAA baseball players, still consummates as a professional no?

    ^ and what Im saying is it will generate money, if that dude begins that trend.

    Radio would have no choice but to hop on.

  22. Captain Planet Says:

    I’m sorry but it will never be the 90s again

    And I don’t want it to be

    ” I ain’t trying to be stagnated ”

    Shits gone stale, we need something new not old

    Hip-hop needs a new story

  23. Captain Planet Says:

    So you telling me no more vacations ???

  24. Captain Planet Says:

    Word is bond, I’m ya eyes that’s in back of you kid.

  25. The Shot Clock Says:

    But an iconic nigga can stop all that with one song. All the DJ’s will hop on, radio stations, MTV BET…

    ^

    Jay Elec kinda did this. But then Hov neutralized him on some CIA shit. do yall ever think about how they managed to get this 5 percenter rap genius nigga over in england fucking a rothschild not making NO music?

    ——

    Say word if Hov, Nas, and Kanye did an album over Premo, Alchemist, Rza, Pete rock production – it wouldnt turn a proverbial corner in hip hop?

    ^

    that shit would be overproduced and terrible

  26. Gob Bluth Says:

    But why you guys wanna go back tho ?

    ^Because somewhere along the line we lost our way

  27. Troyvul Says:

    Hov won’t be here to bail this genre out

  28. Bricktop Says:

    Nas the ambassador for Henny now?
    Interesting…

  29. Mack Martinez Says:

    Lemmie go ahead and say what everybody else is thinking: this nicca Rockie Fresh is doodoo, lyrically.

    Spenzo need to get a deal like yesterday – dude is 80x nicer than any other young nigga in the Chi right now.

  30. Troyvul Says:

    *Buys Hip Hop is dead Tee for $2.76 fromt the thrift store*

  31. Bricktop Says:

    1 for me.
    1 for you.
    1, 2 for me.
    2 for y……

  32. Danny Ocean Says:

    Say word if Hov, Nas, and Kanye did an album over Premo, Alchemist, Rza, Pete rock production – it wouldnt turn a proverbial corner in hip hop?

    ^
    I mean, theoretically, it might.

    but that’s like asking Charles Barkley and Magic Johnson to come out from behind the broadcasting studio tables, and suit up again…so that basketball could turn a “proverbial corner.”

    they onto new ventures, in new seasons of their life. MJ isn’t a hungry player anymore…he’s in the boardrooms, in the exec offices, etc.

    it’s up to one of the new faces to carry the torch and turn the corner. Hov and Kanye and Nas aren’t and shouldn’t be interested in it anymore, in my opinion.

  33. Bricktop Says:

    Troyvul
    2 mins ago
    Hov won’t be here to bail this genre out
    ^
    Nas neither.

  34. cOLD Says:

    But why you guys wanna go back tho ?

    I’m trying to find out what’s next

    ^ fair question. We lost something along the way, its only natural you go back to retreive it.

    Think of it like this. The times you go to the fridge to get something, open the door and forget what you were gonna get. Well more than likely you go back to where the thought was concieved, and there you will find what you forgot.

  35. cOLD Says:

    Gob Bluth Says:

    January 14th, 2013 at 3:08 pm
    But why you guys wanna go back tho ?

    ^Because somewhere along the line we lost our way

    ^ oh shit!… Don’t know who’s mask this is, but respeck the answer.

  36. Captain Planet Says:

    I thought we was supposed to be progressing not regressing

    Yall trying to play me like I got a flower pot on my head

  37. Captain Planet Says:

    I thought we was supposed to be progressing not regressing

    Yall trying to play me like I got a fucking flower pot on my head

  38. cOLD Says:

    that shit would be overproduced and terrible

    ^ you think reasonable doubt was over produced? because that album had premo, the hit men, Ski, Gotti, Jazo and Clark kent.

    …. so

  39. rex hussla Says:

    This dude is alright

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