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  1. thats ridicoulous are you saying i can't state an OPINION like everyone else because thats what i did state an OPINION you are not making any sense
  2. NAS IS OK NOT THAT GREAT BUT I LIKE HIS CURRENT SINGLE ALBUM COULD BE BETTER THOUGH
  3. lol i find that laughable coming from you when two people SHARE a computer its called SHARING GET IT? what an idiot
  4. i think will probably didn't write runaway love because he writes songs that are 10 times better
  5. i wouldn't agree considering how if this is an jazzy jeff board there would be NO 50 CENT POST GET IT.
  6. what are you talking about i don't even know dude? think about it how long have i ben posting and when was the last time you seen me post as someone else?
  7. i think certain songs are saved for special occasions
  8. aj you are SO out of line anyone can respond to any post and you would feel the same way if someone talked about your rock and roll faves on this board so get a life dude totally uncalled for
  9. just thought i 'd post this for busy bee fans
  10. AHH Accessories Wireless News E-mail Story Print Story Busy Bee Releases Classic Hip-Hop Recordings By EbenGregory Date: 1/11/2007 3:40 pm Hip-Hop pioneer The Chief Rocker Busy Bee and Urban Gold Music recently released The History Of Hip Hop Volume One, the first release in a 10-CD compilation series featuring vintage battles and performances from the late 1970's and early 1980's. The new album features digitally remastered classic material that documents Busy Bee’s storied career from the beginning of Hip-Hop, including never before released audio. The CD's also feature celebrated MC's like The Cold Crush Brothers, The Jazzy Five, Kool Moe Dee and Grandmaster Flash. With a career that spans over thirty years, Busy Bee, born David Parker, began rapping in 1977 and earned a reputation as one of New York’s top battle rappers. Busy Bee also won the New Music Seminar's MC World Supremacy Belt in 1986. As one of the main characters in the pioneering Hip-Hop movie Wild Style, Busy Bee was thrust into the national spotlight, after his legendary battle against Lil' Rodney C of the Funky 4 + 1 and Double Trouble and a historic battle with rapper Kool Moe Dee. Below is the official track listing for The History Of Hip Hop Volume One. For more information or to purchase the new CD, log onto www.myspace.com/chiefrockerbusybee. 1. Busy Bee vs Kool Moe Dee – Harlem World 2. Busy Bee at The Celebrity Club 3. Busy Bee Live – Queens College 1981 4. Busy Bee & Jazzy Five 1980 5. Busy Bee – Master Don T Connection 6. Busy Bee T-Ski Valley - Manhattan College 7. Busy Bee & The Force MC's – 1982 8. Busy Bee – The Audubon Ballroom 1979 9. Busy Bee & The Zulu Nation – Bronx River 1980 10. Busy Bee & Melle Mel – Bronx River Center 1980 Submit News! text news tips/pix: 6462706358
  11. :word: i second that although i happen to be a fan
  12. i don't see weird al on the charts anymore so looks like jones outsold weird all lol
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