Video: Fred The Godson – Jodeci Freestyle

Fred over Drake and J.Cole’s “Jodeci Freestyle”.

Previously: Chubbz ft. Fred The Godson – Warzone (Video)


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9 Responses to “Video: Fred The Godson – Jodeci Freestyle”

  1. King James Says:

    fat fuck

  2. King James Says:

    King Louie – Living Life>>>>>

  3. ***biggumskiller*** Says:

    ***biggumskiller*** Says:
    July 18th, 2013 at 4:33 pm
    Daps the dappable***
    Yo A what’s the story nikka??lol
    @fupaye
    Are nigga’s shit yet?
    Harry Belafonte>>>
    He gave up his career for you niggers
    Him and Dick Gregory

    ***biggumskiller*** Says:
    July 18th, 2013 at 4:37 pm
    The reason black people are so fucked up is two fold
    1 we rather buy products from non blacks
    And don’t want to go to a black doctor use a black lawyer etc
    2 we won’t do the small things like owning the bars supermarkets bodegas
    That we spend all our money at
    Change JUST those 2 things?
    Unemployment goes down
    We can start focusing our money and create our own PUPPETS
    Period point blank now stfu
    Gucci stay losing

  4. Harlem World Says:

    harry belafonte?

    he a ball playa, rapper or some shit?

  5. Casket Face Says:

    When we was on that back to Africa wave, white muthafuckas had a problem on their hands.

    Medallions, African colors, niggas was researching their history, niggas stopped killing each other over gangs and drugs.

    Black power was at an all time high, I didn’t know a white kid that didn’t want to be part of the movement. Tribe Called Quest and all that shit. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air on TV….we was doing it big.

    It seems like we reach a certain point and get comfortable, same thing happen in 2008 with Obama’s election. I cried seeing some many blacks come together. We showed the world we dont’ need them muthfuckas for nothing election time….that shit shooked the globe. Just think if we did that shit in all aspects of life.

    The 90′s though >>>>>>>

  6. ***biggumskiller*** Says:

    I should post that Stallone Shwartzenegger trailer with 50 cent as police lol

  7. Harlem World Says:

    one of you niccas today literally typed this shit

    literally typed what im about to paraphrase

    ok here it goes

    “what do you expect the president to do? change things?”

    america is doomed

  8. ***biggumskiller*** Says:

    Harry Belafonte is a heroin dealer round my way
    His real name is Mustafa Allah God Body to the Fifth Power
    But we call him Harry
    Because he’s half Armenian like North West
    I’m bout to shoot an old black lady that been talking to po po for him
    Right?

  9. Casket Face Says:

    for further severance from their original beginning, we must completely annihilate the mother tongue of both the nigger and the new mule and institute a new language that involves the new life’s work of both. You know, language is a peculiar institution. It leads to the heart of a people. The more a foreigner knows about the language of another country the more he is able to move through all levels of that society. Therefore, if the foreigner is an enemy of the country, to the extent that he knows the body of the language, to that extent is the country vulnerable to attack or invasion of a foreign culture. For example, you take a slave, if you teach him all about your language, he will know all your secrets, and he is then no more a slave, for you can’t fool him any longer and having a fool is one of the basic ingredients of and incidents to the making of the slavery system. (c) Willie Lynch

    ….Back in October, we announced our first ever Man of Next Year Awards. Our editors sifted through a stellar group of forward-thinkers and heavy hitters in every category including Art and Design, Sports, Pop Culture, Style and Music to ensure our selection of contenders was not only up to par, but ahead of its time.

    Week after week, in every category, the margins were narrow, but for Mac Miller, a 59% lead was anything but a close call. The Pittsburgh rapper’s loyal fans not only rallied to help him crush the competition in Music, but they voted en masse at the finish line, securing him the title of Complex’s first Man of Next Year. He’ll also kick off 2013 with a digital Complex cover (the rapper’s first), a custom Marc Ecko varsity jacket, and a new ride in the shape of the slick, eco-conscious Fisker Karma.

    For every loyal fan and avid Complex reader who participated in voting for our Man of Next Year contest, your name was automatically entered to win a trip to Mac’s Complex photo shoot, a ride in the Fisker Karma, and a varsity jacket designed by Marc Ecko. Stay tuned for these sweepstakes details later this week. In the meantime, wish your man Mac Miller a happy new year. It might not be 2013 yet, but he has a head start on a big year

    http://www.complex.com/music/2012/12/the-first-ever-man-of-next-year-is-mac-miller

    ^^^^^^

    I’m sayin’ though, that guerilla warfare is real, not for the destruction of Hip-Hop culture, but simply because a dollar needs to be made.
    Control them dollars.

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