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General Discussion / P!
« on: June 03, 2007, 11:37:07 AM »
stole these funny cla**ic Prodigy lines from

"I pledge allegiance to the infamous flag, niggas get tagged and bagged, for comin at my familia, this aint the ROC nigga, we aint them faggot a** niggas"...another shot at Jay

"Look at my chain... look at my anklet"

"You bein manslaughtered, right in front of my kids
A little blood get on my daughter, it's nothin, she'll live"

"We send messages through bottles"

"From now on, call me Columbo
Cause I come through wrinkled up, think I give a f***?"

"Move units like Shania Twain on a Mobb beat... the solar system stands still".

"We're more concerned with dough than rippin that ho, I'd rather jerk my dick with a money roll"

"I call you Pharrel ("for real") cuz that's ya name nigga"

"Ill throw a TV at you crazy, bitches say P, you crazy
a pain in the a** but nah f*** you pay me"

"we the only niggas you know that f*** they P.O.'s, they push our files to the top, you still on parole"

"Ya'll some hoe a** niggas, I'll slap days out you"

"You cryin cause you broke from the projects
That's not pain, that's emotions, you a bitch"

"Bandana Banana Clip Capital P, dont ever in ya life try to rock wit me"

"You bump on a bullet and stumble on ya death"

"imme stay alive till the day i die"

"I might drive through a puddle and splash you, you trashous whore, I give a hoe what she askin for"

"Ill BLAM you and pa** you to jesus christ, you be a ghost dog, like forest whitaker right" - Wow P

"My chain cost a quarter mill, imagine what I spend gun shoppin?"

"I catch you while you shoppin for kicks suprise bitch, shoot outs is spontaneous"

"From now on, call me Columbo Cause I come through wrinkled up, think I give a f***?"

"Persistent, we keep cummin like some nymphs
Droppin AL-bums, every few years we rich"

"Then I, get fresh for a new day
I eat broccoli for breakfast and smoke my trees"

"We need a movie to show how our life is so ill"

"I got the style of a still-born child, I'm ill, if it's beef, pork it with the fork, make sure it's done well"

"We make bitches panties wet, they pray for us"

"Go around they way and spray them clips
And watch niggaz lay down like naked chicks"

"Make the ladies panties wet, you know we get 'em hot and bothered, girl I have that oyster drippin"

"You don't wanna smoke wit me, my weed smell like markers"

"My shit spit like a retard, and plus boss I drool for the day me and you could face-off"

"I'll take that Playstation and shove it in your a**, get it right, X-Box? I got a boxcutter"

"Sometimes I feel like wearing the same thing for days,
not caring what they gon think or say"

"Get your spot took, we rob land like white man
Plans to overthrow your whole shit by shaking your hand"

"You savage a** nigga, fake pimp a** nigga, ill give you the wrath of god, rabbit a** nigga"

"Its a serious thang, million dollar mobstas, we eatin good nigga, f*** shrimp and lobsta"

"i aint trying to make anybody think i'm crazy ***sniffs coke*** or that I'm a tough guy, but i know how niggas get done"

"You wont catch us in the office wit guns/ but soon as you come outside, we breakin ya thumbs"

"Catch a seat, it's about to get deep
like squeezin flouride on your brush for your teeth"

"Homicide music, the only-est thing that calm me/ without this id be stressed/ please dont take my rap from me!"


General Discussion / Ironic rap lines
« on: May 13, 2007, 02:48:23 PM »
Have you ever heard a verse and dude (or gal) said something like so full of irony you wonder if he thought of what he just said? :roll:  I am sure you've also made some good observations. Let me give you ones that really intrigue or amuse me the most.

#1 - BIG PUN on Drop it Heavy with AG and KRS1:

"you getting closer to death, The Ripper's got a hold of your breath"

actually if you listen close or with headphones you will notice in the background the desperate gasps for air between the bars so its actually:

"{GASP!} you getting closer to death{G-A-S-P!} , The Ripper's got a hold of your breath{H-U-G-E G-A-S-P FOR AIR!}"

R.I.P. to Pun but that line's eerie because the ripper had his breath instead.

#2 - BIG L on Radio Freestyle with JAY-Z:

"all through high school I wore braids, stabbin teachers to death, they gave me bad grades"
Dude was top of his cla**. His moms says he was B-Grade student. R.I.P.

#3 - JAYZ on MOP's 4 AM ALARM:

"I'm REAL, how do you think I got rich?"
Well then Mr. Carter can you explain why MOP who are way "realler" than you are not? LOL.

Add on...

Hot Traxxx / Best of Biggie Smalls?
« on: March 10, 2007, 12:33:04 PM »
Since its biggie season in these parts as well let me ask... If you had to compile just one cd, lets say 16 tracks with his best material, which tracks would make the cut?

My pick:

01 Warning
02 Kick in the door
03 Last Day
04 Who shot ya?
05 One more chance rmx
06 Junior MAFIA - Players Anthem
07 You nobody
08 Shaq - You cant stop the reign
09 112 - only you
10 Notorious Thugs
11 I love the dough
12 Jay-Z - Brooklyns Finest
13 Gimme the loot
14 I got a story to tell
15 Hypnotize
16 Puff Daddy - Victory

I got a feeling I'm leaving out somethin very dope?

General Discussion / @ TruSenz and Native
« on: March 10, 2007, 12:18:31 PM »
Please check PM's.

Media / Hype: Track Submission.
« on: March 07, 2007, 08:19:17 PM »
Have you'll sent tracks? Do they even acknowledge if they received you submission or not?

General Discussion / Man eats dog!
« on: March 07, 2007, 08:08:36 PM »
The famous reverse news headline "Man bites dog!" is old news to some restaurants in Nigeria's capital, Abuja.

Mr Eze then hungrily gets back to tugging his chunk of dog meat.

He is standing under a mango tree in "South Africa", the name of an open-air restaurant hidden behind the living quarters of a Western construction firm in Abuja.

"It is called South Africa because behind those high walls you'll find rich Europeans and outside here is Soweto, where we, ordinary ma**es, struggle with dog meat," Mr Eze explains with a smile playing on his face.

Mr Eze says he eats dog meat because "e dey protect person from all those nyama-nyama disease them" - it gives you immunity from different diseases.

"Eating dog meat gives you a special protection against the most potent juju (charm)," he claims, reeling off the benefits of dog meat.

"Dog meat also improves your sex life. And if you eat dog meat, you cannot be poisoned."

"People who eat dog meat have no business with malaria," Mr Nnkwo says. "So, I was introduced to the meat as a cure for malaria and I can testify that it works."
Asked how tasty the meat is, Mr Nnkwo beams and says: "Oh la la! You don't know what you are missing."



Producers - Discussion / blackmilk
« on: March 03, 2007, 10:59:29 AM »

Hot Traxxx / @ Native (DOWNLOAD)
« on: December 06, 2006, 05:57:21 PM »
Here's the final mix. Came out dope like I thought. 1 :!:

Hot Traxxx / JHB Underground SHHHHHHHHHHHHH
« on: November 15, 2006, 06:20:59 PM »
We were at the Munk Shop and cats just jumped on my beat.

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Producers - Discussion / @ Native187
« on: September 12, 2006, 03:35:51 PM »
holla son. check pm.

Hot Traxxx / Hi-Teknology 2
« on: July 23, 2006, 01:50:09 PM »
Hi-Tek Finds New Home in Babygrande, Preps Hi-Teknology 2

Producer / MC Hi-Tek, renowned for his works with 50 Cent, Talib Kweli, Snoop Dogg, and The Game, has now joined the indie giants at Babygrande Records. Babygrande CEO Chuck Wilson announced exclusively to that the Cincinnati, Ohio native will release his sophomore album Hi-Teknology 2 in October, 2006.

Hi-Teknology 2, the follow up to his 2001 solo debut Hi-Teknology, features guest appearances by Nas, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Bun B, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Common, Q-Tip, and Slim Thug. The album is produced entirely by Hi-Tek.

figured the people here on AG will appreciate this info... and i hear MAYBE this track will be on this album:


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Hot Traxxx / DJ Premier & Christina Aguilera snippets
« on: July 23, 2006, 01:20:13 PM »
Back to Basics snippets

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not bad at all. actually kinda nyc 8)

General Discussion / CRUNK vs. NEW YORK, DJ DRAMA
« on: July 18, 2006, 08:58:33 AM »

DJ Drama on N.Y.:

So what if Jay came with a sub par verse. Yall should be happy he graced yall with his presence. He don’t owe yall nuthin no more. So what if he used Rick Ross semi simple rhyme pattern to construct his point. So what if you tired of hearin Jeezy and Jay spit together. Def Jam is his movement god dammit and President Carter rides for his cabinet.

One thing I have noticed about his cabinet tho………

Ghostface, Beans, Peedi Peedi, Freeway, Redman, Sam Scarfo, Tru-Life (did I forget any?) are all east coast artists on Def Jam. So far Jay Z has done a Jeezy Remix, Kanye Remix, Bun B song, Ric Ross remix, and Mariah Carey remix with Jeezy (produced by a Southern producer) Wow, 4 South songs, 1 midwest and no remixes for the rappers on his own label from the East….how ironic, The King Of New York…..

Sickamore is right. Tip, Jeezy, and Wayne are the new Jay, Biggie & Nas respectivly. In my Ozone cover story I said the same thing. You f***in die hard “era critics” who always get stuck in your favorite time period will never admit it but who cares what yall think. Yall were mad when people said Jay-Z was better than Big Daddy Kane.
Just look at this. Whether or not Tip went at Wayne on “I’m Talkin to You”, any real rap fan sat back and imagined what it would be like if those two powerhouses were to Takeover/Ether each other. I mean, real talk, T.I. vs. Wayne is the closest thing to Jay vs. Nas since. Lyrically and monumetally if they were to ever exchange jabs….

And another thing…

Erybody wastin they time dissin snap music needs to shut the f*** up. Shit is for the kids, let em have it…. If snap music is f***in up hiphop then so is every gun totin crack hustler from the block turnt rapper (which in a way I guess they both are!!!! But didn’t MC Hammer ruin hiphop too… and Puff Daddy?). For every snap song there is a rapper on Smack DVD from the east coast showin his gunz off lookin more like comedy than drama….
Snap Music = Silly Gangster East Coast Rap

The smartest comment in the South vs. East debacle was made by David Banner on Hot 97 Street Soldiers. “Only in hiphop do we divide so someone else can conquer”. You don’t ever hear Rock N Rollers talkin bout “West Coast Rock N Roll is dominatin East Coast Rock N Roll.”.

The shit is dumb. Bring New York back? Where did it go? If the South is enjoying an all time high why does that mean that another coasts relevance is challenged?

I’ll be the first to say, snap music is not my music of choice. I’ve never really supported it on Gangsta Grillz. Check my resume. No disrespect to the artists but that aint my lane. And still, my Down South mixtapes have made they’re way across the country and the world and respected by hoods everywhere.

So maybe someone should tell President Carter to do some songs with some of his East Coast artists to help bring New York back. But I guess they need to make some hits first (does Ghostface “Back Like that” count?)

And what about when New York does make its return? Those of you out there waitin for the next coming, are you also waitin on the South’s downfall?

Keep Dreamin.

Hot Traxxx / K-Salaam - the World is Ours
« on: July 11, 2006, 07:30:55 AM »
saw this on myspace...

check this joint out.

   1.  Intro / So Much Trouble
   2. Talib Kweli – “What I Feel”
   3. Sizzla – “Sail On”
   4. Kardinal Offishall – “Ghetto Youth”
   5. Papoose feat. Busy Signal – “To The Rescue”
   6. Black Ice – “The World Is Ours”
   7. Mos Def feat. Sizzla – “Victory”
   8. Da Backwudz – “Long Country Road”
   9. Capleton – “Never Let Us Down”
  10. Rakaa – “Where I’m From”
  11. Luciano – “Conquers All”
  12. Bobbito Garcia – “Vieques PSA”
  13. Dead Prez – “Fallen Soldierz” (dirty / edited)
  14. Saigon – “Bad Mind”
  15. Anthony B. – “Revolution”
  16. Suher Hammad “Refugees / Outro”


Hot Traxxx / more downloads
« on: June 26, 2006, 07:09:17 PM »
move over Cooster

DJ PREMIER - Works Of Mart Double CD.
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1. Memphis Bleek - Hand It Down (Intro) (1:52)
2. Guru - Back 2 Back (feat. Mendoughza) (2:59)
3. Nas - I Gave You Power (3:55)
4. Capone-N-Noreaga - Invincible (3:45)
5. Jeru The Damaja - Come Clean (4:57)
6. Jay-Z - Friend Or Foe '98 (2:09)
7. Rakim - When I Be On The Mic (3:44)
8. Royce Da 5'9" - Hip Hop (3:49)
9. Notorious B.I.G. - Ten Crack Commandments (3:24)
10. M.O.P. - Downtown Swinga '96 (3:41)
11. Jadakiss - None Of Ya'll Betta (feat. Styles P & Sheek) (3:37)
12. Nas - Nas Is Like (3:57)
13. Gang Starr - Ma** Appeal (3:41)
14. Cee Lo - Evening News (feat. Chazzie & Sir Cognac) (4:14)
15. Jeru The Damaja - Whatever (3:16)
16. Notorious B.I.G - Unbelievable (3:44)
17. Nas - NY State Of Mind (4:54)
18. M.O.P. - Breakin The Rules (4:12)
19. 119-jay-z-a million & one questions-rhyme no more-k3d.mp3
20. 120-gang starr-all 4 tha ca$h-k3d.mp3
21. 121-big l-the enemy (feat. fat joe)-k3d.mp3
22. 122-nas-2nd childhood-k3d.mp3


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1. Big L - The Big Picture (Intro) (2:03)
2. Devin The Dude - Doobie Ashtray (4:37)
3. Jay-Z - So Ghetto (4:00)
4. Gang Starr - Rite Where U Stand (feat. Jadakiss) (3:40)
5. M.O.P. - New Jack City (2:53)
6. Big L - Platinum Plus (feat. Big Daddy Kane) (3:38)
7. Nas - N.Y. State Of Mind Pt. II (3:36)
8. Jay-Z - Bring It On (feat. Big Jaz & Sauce Money) (5:03)
9. The LOX - Recognize (4:13)
10. Jay Z - Friend Or Foe (1:51)
11. Gang Starr - You Know My Steez (4:07)
12. Royce Da 5'9" - Boom (3:56)
13. Boogie Down Productions - P Is Still Free (4:58)
14. Rah Digga - Lessons Of Today (4:55)
15. Jeru The Damaja - Ya Playin Yaself (3:47)
16. Mos Def - Mathematics (4:06)
17. Pitch Black - It's All Real (3:59)
18. Gang Starr - Just To Get A Rep (3:08)
19. Notorious B.I.G. - Kick In The Door (4:46)
20. Nas - Represent (4:12)

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