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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYg9rHHNLsk Heard this song on the radio tonight, and came across this version on youtube. What's people think? I can easily hear shades of his dad's flow (like Lost & Found era) on this. Cool song I tihnk.
  2. I had to bust out laughing about ruining the ozone layer. Apparently, when in doubt, talk about your car. I think they should create classes in colleges about studying song lyrics of different eras as a way to explore how times change. Or no classes, just have all of us get together and really THINK about this stuff. If I'm gonna brag and be swaggin', calling my tires lorenzos is cooler than 22s. Matter of fact, that's great for the tire brand if that's what it is. Let's advertise those quality everyday services, not the likes of thousand dollar selling jewelers. hahaha. I think the person t
  3. Remember when I posted almost all my music endeavors here, and received feedback that said I was doing the right thing, or ways to improve? I;nm not as actively keeping tabs on Hip Hop as I used to. I just finally bought Nas's album a couple days ago. I could probably count on one hand the hip hop I've gotten since I've ventured into the rock music genre. Da Brakes, Da Rebirth, Mike Petrow, Nas, Talib Kweli. And that's it as far as albums go. I began feeling I'm not gonna top the stuff I'm writing and even so, I wanna venture outside the typical subject matter. Perhaps thinking too much? Well,
  4. Perfect to put on the radio just when somebody needs it. You rarely get tracks like this on radio anymore. I'm telling you you got a hit that could do that.
  5. Well, he could do that without the Jamacian deal. Another question to pose, will he do an accent? I hope your right. That makes more sense.
  6. Hmm. I would've thought it was a mixtape of Snoop Dogg vocals to reggae style beats. Somebody should do that anyway to promote this new venture. Maybe he's doing it just to have exclusive access to the glorious ganja that exists in Jamaica? I can't get used to saying Snoop Liony Lion.
  7. OK thanks guys. That really narrows it down. I had more than I knew what to do with.
  8. OK, I'm "shopping" new deals for myself. I wanted to make my music available for download so people don't have to join the site to do so. Figured soundcloud would be best, for now. But what about albums? I know upload sites are more cautious and tight nowadays, but I'm wondering where I could upload full albums for people to get as far as being organized goes; be it track by track or unzipping, etc. It would be nice to upload past albums where I used beats like nobody's business. If that options not available, that's ok. Granted the internet makes things a lot easier to share stuff and meet
  9. I haven't heard any of there songs beyond "Everyday People" and "Tennessee". But I got the album just because they have that type of resume I can respect. Thanks for sharing AJ. I've needed some new hip hop.
  10. You had me in 5 seconds. If I ever was channel flipping near BET and saw you, I think I'd stop instantly. Honestly, I think BET should take a chance on you for diversity. And I don't necessarily mean white race diversity. I mean thought process against "the norm" that I bet they are looking for anyway. Who is gonna be the next group of patsies to do what they, BET wants? Then again, they may not be that bad or that type of company. I'd imagine there will be more to the screening process. I applaud the fact your even making an effort at it. Who knows what the result will be.
  11. Hmm, makes sense. Always wondered how those worked. Thanks.
  12. I liked it. Really cool use of the greens creen. How'd you acquire something like that, because I'm curious how those work in the non Hollywood world?
  13. However, Pusha T is not at Nas status. Maybe in just the VA, but not beyond that. (i don't think)I don't know how long or legit it is, but Lil Wayne and his camp (Minaj, Drake, etc.) are what 50 Cent & G-Unit were, then Ja Rule, Ashanit, Inc, etc., Jay-Z and The ROC were in early 2000s. They are quote "the Main Event" of the hip hop scene. They WILL NOT stay there. The Entertainment industry is always desiring fresh faces. Ever artist who possess true talent and is not higher up in the hierachy of hip hop should be in some way "beefing" with Lil Wayne. You want him out, get him out. If not
  14. Right, it really is a grind, and not everyone can have instant success. I kind of think of it like this, would you rather have an make music until the end of time (their time) or have them make timeless music, timeless classics. And "making it" is all up to the person, but I know what you mean when you say that Turn. There's a lot of things to do with that whole process.
  15. Why do artists have to put out hundreds and hundreds of songs to get a buzz? Why not just put together a quality album and promote that? You said Kel put his heart & soul into his music and stopped putting out? Well why not just continue to promote the songs you did instead of keep making new stuff. That defeats the purpose of the songs being made in the first place. Not enough output? What are the fans for? SilverTiger was his output. Tim Price was his output. Those kids who he spoke to in schools were his output. Even if Kel never does another thing musically again, he should be (a
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