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    NJ Rebel-Yes, The Rhythm The Rebel!
  • Birthday 03/04/1985

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Seaside Heights, New Jersey
  • Interests Playing and Watching Basketball(favorite team: Chicago Bulls fan 4 life favorite players: Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen forever),listening to hip-hop(preferably JJFP, KRS-ONE, Public Enemy, 2Pac, Run-Dmc, Nas, Rakim,Talib Kweli, The Roots, LL Cool J, Slick Rick, and any other mc that reps the art and not the charts)), regaee, and r&b, computers, video games, freestyling and writing rhymes, representing hip-hop to the fullest!
  1. Was the Fiesta Remix a flop?

    i've been saying it over and over, will needs to pull a beyonce and drop a surprise album online for the real fans, i know that he had to do enough material in the 10+ years since lost and found by now
  2. rappers like Nas, Jay, 50, and Common definately put out solid albums in the 2000s and might have some sentimental reasons for me since I graduated high school in 2003 but I still consider hip hop from the 1980s and 1990s the golden era, now the favorite albums of mine in the last 5 years are from legends like LL Cool J(Authentic), Public Enemy(Most of my heroes still don't appear on no stamp), KRS One(the bdp album), Nas (Life Is Good), Dr. Dre(Compton),and DMX(Undisputed), i also like that Busta/QTip mixtape,I'd rank most of those albums from the legends better than Kendrick Lamar and what anyone has put out recently, although I think Game put out a solid album in 2011 in RED album and the Documentary 2 was solid in 2015 as well, he's a modern day 2000s legend to me but on the most part these new rappers can't carry the torch as Busta would say....
  3. Movement on Bad Boys III

    the pic looks dope, digging it!
  4. Career timeline

    overall it's a good article but i didn't like how it said that nobody cared about lost & found, not many rappers go platinum worldwide on their 9th album
  5. i found another list that sparks convo of millenium hip hop and showing some classics in recent years, although i disagree with k lamar's album being no 1, it's about top 50:
  6. this came in over an hour ago but i'm in shock, life is precious, too many legends we're losing, i just pray will and jeff stay around long enough to do this reunion...
  7. What Are You Listening To? XXII

    taylor swift wildest dreams

    welcome back AJ, it does feel weird saying that 'cause you're one of the regulars but i could feel what you're saying man, i could relate to going through the motions waiting for something to break through, i haven't been posting that much here lately either but for the most part things are looking up considering how it could've been going through some of the recent ups and downs myself...i'm trying to bring some breakthroughs in my life as well 'cause i know time's not standing still but i'm saying the serenity prayer and going one day at a time and i know things will work out in due season...i'm finishing up my course of computer programming i've been taking for over two years through an online college i previously did 2 years from 2010-2012 so this will be my bachelor's degree i'll be obtaining so it's quite a step up to say the was kinda ironic of phife dawg's passing 'cause i've been listening to more of that native tongues stuff from the late 80s/early 90s lately, plus smooth jazz, and classic soul vibes, now i really hope something resurges out of the memory of the classics made from the legends we lost because these times are i know AJ you'd dig the new song that ice cube and common put out for the new barbershop movie, it really shows how full circle they've both grown after their feud from back in the days, more rappers should take that example, i'd like to see ll cool j and ice t fully squash their beef and do a song and movie together when i get a new laptop computer by the summer y'all will be hearing new recordings from me but for now check out my "gm3485 starting over album" from last january of lately i've been doing a lot of soul searching, meditating over bible verses, reading this joel osteen book "become a better you" and a dr. charles stanley devotional "10 principles for studying your bible" which have laid down a stronger foundation for lyrics i've been writing for the future projects i wanna be working on, i'm staying on that uplifted tip...btw AJ i think we could turn this thread into a way for us to check in on each other and try to keep this real bond going as the extended family that i've known to be over the years, let's hold onto the memories with hopes of the best to come!...
  9. Was the Fiesta Remix a flop?

    the average JJFP fan that bought Will's best albums back in the days probably hardly goes online these days compared to the average ADD teen that listens to Rihanna and lives online all the time so it's hard to compare the two, it's a generation gap but Will could still have more success compared to most artists from his era
  10. Was the Fiesta Remix a flop?

    at the time of the song being released he should've put out a mixtape on youtube of some of the music he's been working on to get more of a buzz goingbut instead of doing that he promoted concussion andsigns up for more movies, really his priorities aren't in the right place
  11. Was the Fiesta Remix a flop?

    will needs to release a proper hip hop single with jeff to make a true comeback, i simply don't think that song was good enough quite frankly and the fact that it has more views than a lot of the best quality JJFP tracks shows you the state of music as well
  12. Was the Fiesta Remix a flop?

    i don't know if i'd call a video 8 million views a flop but by will's standards it might be but most hip hop artists these days especially those from his era would kill to have 8 million views for their songs today
  13. Human Error

    that's what's up i'll check it out as soon as i can!
  14. Vinyl Destination Tour - April & May

    thanks for updating us, the m3 and JJFP tour are what hip hop needs right now!
  15. congrats and god bless taty!