SmCity ft. Maffew Ragazino – Sports & Entertainment

It’s sports, drugs or entertainment ’til the arraignment. The second single off SmCity’s Dream Cemetery, dropping in March.

Previously: Maffew Ragazino ft. Easalio & Spazz One – River Phoenix


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36 Responses to “SmCity ft. Maffew Ragazino – Sports & Entertainment”

  1. Mack Martinez Says:

    Captain Planet Says:
    January 15th, 2013 at 3:04 pm
    “It’s important for me to be clear about the origins of my contributions to ‘Pink Matter’ and ‘Sorry.’ I was approached as a solo artist by both Frank Ocean & Tip. I discussed musical direction with each artist and completed my verses. It was after that when Big Boi’s name came up.

    I never want to mislead our audience – I worried that some would think these were Outkast collaborations. These songs are not Outkast collaborations. I discussed this rationale with Big, Frank and T.I. and everyone agreed. That is why I was surprised to read about these remixes.

    I understand that anyone can put out an unofficial remix to any song but I have an obligation to be honest with fans about what this is … and what it isn’t.” – Andre 3000

    ^

    Wtf is this shit ???

    ^

    I respek it.

    Go back to the ‘Kast albums.

    Them bitches was mini works of art.

    3 stacks understood Big Boi’s strengths and limitations and concocted compositions around it. Then Big Boi vibed with it and made his pieces stronger. Almost like Phife Dawg, though I readily admit Big Boi was more talented.

    To do a carefully composed joint with 3 stacks and then have Big Boi saying “REMIX…REMIX…” at the beginning, well, case closed – not an official ‘Kast joint.

    Real fans underdig 3 stacks’ comments because we was going ham after each album anticipating the greatness.

    I don’t expect you new niggas to appreciate the history.

  2. Captain Planet Says:

    AmpGeez A.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway
    5 mins ago
    Pusha T needs to become a ghostwriter and make money that way….word to stat quo
    ^^^

    He’s a grown ass man with french braids.

    That nigga wants to be seen.

    ^

    Lol

  3. Captain Planet Says:

    A message to Big Boi to not f up the money when they actually do have an Outkast reunion.

    ^

    Okay okay

    That makes sense

  4. Mack Martinez Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    January 15th, 2013 at 3:11 pm
    Them bitches was mini works of art.

    =======================
    Seriously, ATLiens is one of my favorite hip hop albums ever.

    ^

    Stankonia, my brother.

    One of the few times The Sauce got a 5 mics rating correct.

  5. Harlem World Says:

    Them bitches was mini works of art.

    =======================
    Seriously, ATLiens is one of my favorite hip hop albums ever.

  6. mcb Says:

    Ab Liva deserves more

    #random

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

    Big Boi is tacking verses on to those Andre 3000 features trying to drum up a buzz to sell his mediocre sophomore album.

    I respect Andre for trying to protect the brand.

  8. Mack Martinez Says:

    Stankonia received universal acclaim from contemporary music critics. It is the eleventh-highest ranked album of the century on Metacritic with a score of 95, indicating “universal acclaim”. [44] Derek A. Bardowell of NME noted that with Stankonia, OutKast “hit that rare balance of creative eccentricity and mass appeal” and wrote that the album contains “eternal qualities that will unravel in time on an emotional, intellectual and spiritual level.”[39] Nathan Brackett of Rolling Stone called the record “one of the best albums of the year” noting that all of the tracks contain “a down-home generosity and accessibility” and that “even the most street-oriented songs have some sort of commentary in them.”[41] Tony Green of The Village Voice praised OutKast’s “feel for sonics and structure” and stated, “they’ve moved toward harder, darker textures, in service of song designs that are often disarmingly subtle.”[45] Steve Huey of Allmusic commented that, “given the variety of moods, it helps that the album is broken up by brief, usually humorous interludes, which serve as a sort of reset button. It takes a few listens to pull everything together, but given the immense scope, it’s striking how few weak tracks there are”.[35] Aishah Hight of PopMatters stated, “Within Stankonia, Outkast successfully presented a southern perspective of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. But on the surface, phat beats and pure funk should suffice.”[46] Alternative Press commented that “experienced, acclaimed groups rarely make albums as bold and confrontational as Stankonia, because they have too much to lose”, but felt that “OutKast don’t care”, writing that they “coalesced the political and societal challenges of hip hop’s past into what is one of the genre’s most artistically unorthodox releases so far.”[47]

    ^

    Stankonia being called one of the best albums evar. Up there with Beethoven and shit.

    And niggas wanna diss ‘Kast…smh

  9. Mack Martinez Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:
    January 15th, 2013 at 3:12 pm
    Big Boi is tacking verses on to those Andre 3000 features trying to drum up a buzz to sell his mediocre sophomore album.

    I respect Andre for trying to protect the brand.

    ^

    cBc

  10. king james Says:

    Still lmao at how much land hates them niggas

  11. HolidayKirk Says:

    Stankonia >>>>> Aquemini

    Its not even close for me, sorry.

  12. Dwayne Gretsky Says:

    Erykah Badu= The Nairobi Yoko Onto.
    With a donk

  13. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    what a trill ass picture of MLK Jr

    yall know he had money on the street right?

    there’s long lineage of black trillmen in America

    he is one of them

    salue

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

    I remember listening to Stankonia with the blank stare.

    I was lost the first couple of spins, I’ll admit it.

    But as I look back, that album influenced how I listened to everything that came after it.

    It opened up my eyes & ears & made me more willing to listen to some shit that I didn’t get immediately.

    Outkast helped refine & mature my musical tastes.

    I thought I was on some next level shit for “getting” Aquemeni but Stankonia pushed the boundaries of what we defined as Hip-Hop.

    Then Speakerboxx/The Love Below shattered them.

  15. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    Ab Liva deserves more

    #random

    ^

    Ab live been that nigga

    the trillmen know

  16. ayo Says:

    ATLiens and Aquemini >>> Stankonia

  17. Harlem World Says:

    Seriously, ATLiens is one of my favorite hip hop albums ever.

    ^

    Stankonia, my brother.

    One of the few times The Sauce got a 5 mics rating correct.
    =======================

    Stankonia was cool.

    But when I heard Elevators ,shit felt like I was having a seance.

    It’s that organ, no homo. Does something to me.

  18. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    Rio Brazil

    World Cup

    June 12 – July 13th

    2014

    i might die from an overload of vice stimulation

    gonna rent an apartment for the whole month and turn up non stop

    got a few niggas thats tryna roll some niggas be bullshittin tho

    you know how niggas is

  19. donkey punch Says:

    land ft b – yolo > outkast

  20. ayo Says:

    Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik >>> Stankonia

  21. Captain Planet Says:

    ATLiens & Aquemini >>>>>

  22. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    im going regardless if niggas bullshit or not

    ill go to rio dolo for a month

    when you trilll you can move like that

    some you niggas cant maneuver dolo

    some you niggas need a shoulder to lean on

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

    Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik >>> Stankonia
    ^^^

    Same group but the mindset was completely different on those two albums.

    Stankonia ushered me into the “Listening to music as an adult” phase of my life. ATLiens definitely did something as far as vibe & theme. Nothing else sounded like ATLiens.

    But Aquemeni is still my favorite OutKast album. Front to back, it seeps creativity & synergy through every pore. It took the first two OutKast albums & merged them together. And it’s the one where 3 Stacks really became 3 Stacks.

  24. Captain Planet Says:

    Co-sign the epicness of Elevators

  25. Harlem World Says:

    im going regardless if niggas bullshit or not

    ill go to rio dolo for a month

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

    Brazil >>>>>____

  26. Casket Face Says:

    3 stacks understood Big Boi’s strengths and limitations and concocted compositions around it

    ^^^

    This

  27. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    thats where im at wit it

    if niggas is bullshittin

    fuck em

    theyll just hear me talk shit about it when i return

    lifes short

    live fast

    dont wait for nobody

  28. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    or one could say

    life short

    slow down

    savor the taste

    but yall dont hear me tho

  29. HolidayKirk Says:

    Not only do I not like Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, I actually think its a bad album…

  30. ayo Says:

    Amp should write more. His thoughts on hip-hop be on point.

  31. Casket Face Says:

    im going regardless if niggas bullshit or not

    ill go to rio dolo for a month

    when you trilll you can move like that

    some you niggas cant maneuver dolo

    ^^^

    THIS

    thats my steez as of December of last year …I’m LIVING everyday. If you a lame or can’t afford thats your problem not mine. I’m doing me with or without you.

  32. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Amp should write more. His thoughts on hip-hop be on point.

    ^yep

  33. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Rio Brazil

    World Cup

    June 12 – July 13th

    2014

    ^^got my ticks booked. I’ll be getting rowdy watching England lose every game. Sent the mrs to Morro de Sao Paolo in the north for a month so it’s just me and the squad. I’ll defo end up in jail.

  34. ayo Says:

    I didnt care for Stankonia at all. Thats the only outkast album I didnt cop.

  35. Harlem World Says:

    Life >>>>>>

    no homo but work hard, play hard is the motto for me

  36. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    Sent the mrs to Morro de Sao Paolo in the north for a month so it’s just me and the squad.

    ^

    trill chess game maneuvers

    i see you

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