Lerkot

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  1. Okay I thought maybe I should post this with the version of He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper I posted yesterday... but its not like we're drowning in posts so might as well give this one its own. I think the only different from the "common" version is FP singing between the verses... it sounds terrible but cute.
  2. So I've heard the album version of this song like at least 1000 times and kind of out of nowhere I find this with a longer and completely different ending. Im sure must have missed out on this.
  3. Was the Fiesta Remix a flop?

    The song was bad in every possible aspect and lacked all commercial/clubbing potential except for Will being a name in it. However I refuse to believe that he really thought it was gonna be a big hit... seems like something he did more for the fun of it.
  4. Really sad. I mean okey we lost a lot of great rappers of the years but none that really shaped my taste in music.. Phife Dawg though, true legend. Sad.
  5. I think he might still do three or four concerts but World tour etc - forget it. Gotta make another ten bad movies ensuring you're forgotten before the career is even over.
  6. Its something I love to see: its REAL!
  7. That Chris Rock and a couple of other comedians and what not makes fun of Will, "destroys him" and believes that he make the wrong decision and that some kind of "reputation" will suffer - all of this might be true. But if you are going to adapt your beliefs and decisions based on what others think you'll find yourself in a hole far worse than a suffered reputation and the cost of being laughed at. If he believes in what he says then he wont be affected by some well-paid comedian making well-paid jokes about it. It sure is pure bandwagonism to feel that Will should have attended the Oscar's because other prominent people thinks he should have. Yeah I know the world works like this: if a celebrity says something, then everyone wants to do or buy what the celeb says, and to not follow this pattern might seem unreasonable to a lot of people. But you know that's what creative and independent people do: they're basically saying "Im not taking decisions based on what jokes comedians might tell".
  8. They have all been on Youtube but at least the JJFP-non-singles are unavailable due to copyright-bull**** so I imagine most things gets taken down.
  9. No new JJFP tracks

    Except they look like they're on crack I agree
  10. Concussion Box Office

    "kids, you wanna see star wars or this headache movie with Will Smith?"
  11. Yeah its been posted before, it's great stuff though. Jeff sure knows his Rock the Bells :) fan 4ever: On the version posted five years ago on Youtube it says "Capital Radio" so I guess thats the source.
  12. There was a time when I onlylistened to JJFP and I'm still into old school hip hop but something people likely have missed out on BUT REALLY SHOULDNT is Parliament - Funkadelic in general and more specifically their live stuff. Its been eating my brainz out for the last couple of years in the best kind of way so I feel I need to share it with people who can dig a nice vibe. Let me give you three excellent examples of what I'm talking about. First of something straight forward- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-dRRbIWRQc The more chillaxing kind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZtgdoZD2t4 My personal favorite: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVqutFDcs8A Edit: Dont know how to insert the links as video's, which would have been so smooth and nice..
  13. I dont know what criterias they use for their list but it's usually something in between "famousity" (thats a word right?) and cultural influence. Based on those criterias I think few hip hop acts deserve a spot in the top 100. Maybe Public Enemy because they brought the radicalism into hip hop, which has been kind of a cultural changer for good and bad... Tupac and maybe Outkast should have made the list (maybe they did, didnt see it through), Nelly and Chris Brown (I dont even know who this is) shouldnt. As for JJFP of course they would be in my top 10 but generally speaking I think its okey to leave them outside a list like this.
  14. Our first musicvideo

    Yeah actually we put the volume up quite high and I dont want my mother to hear those cheesy lyrics, actually I dont want her to hear me at all, but anyway, I decided I had to close it.
  15. Am I the only one?

    Am I the only around who likes Mongolian music? Until a month ago I thought Lost & Found was the best CD of 2005 but I have changed my mind. The CD by Hosoo & Ensamble Transmongolia is better, its one of the best tracks all time. Heres two samples: http://www.hosoo.de/media/gesang_Track02.mp3 http://www.hosoo.de/media/gesang_Track13.mp3