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post #106 of 1295
New Kanye/Jay Z song. I don't like it.

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post #107 of 1295
HARD AS a MOTHERFUCKER
post #108 of 1295
meh.
post #109 of 1295
Lex Luger is on fire right now.
post #110 of 1295
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
New Kanye/Jay Z song. I don't like it.


I hope that is fake.
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post #111 of 1295
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Originally Posted by boogaboogabooga View Post
I hope that is fake.

Afraid not. It's on jayz's facebook page too.
post #112 of 1295
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
Afraid not. It's on jayz's facebook page too.
Ugh... well, at least there's this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FrmK8qQBuQ I hope they yank that track. On the really good recent Jay-Z albums Jay is always 2 cut tracks away from a classic. The Blueprint, Black Album, and American Gangster were solid except for a few tracks that screwed up their continuity.
post #113 of 1295
I like the Lex Luger beat, and Jay-Z dusts off his machine-gun-funk flow, but yeah, it's kinda ehhhh for me, too.
post #114 of 1295
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post #115 of 1295
http://www.youtube.com/view_play_lis...C719B10ACAC6EB
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post #117 of 1295
Mac Miller did alright on that song, but it pains me to see the original getting no play by comparison.



Not sold on that Kanye/Jay-z song. Think Kanye was the better of the two, especially on the hook. Best part of that song is the, "Like Eli, I did it," line. For those who haven't seen what he's talking about...all hinds of laughs, especially some of the remixes.

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post #118 of 1295
"H.A.M." is the prototypical beat for rappers such as Waka. Not surprisingly, Lex Luger produced most of Waka's debut LP.

The bassline is a dead ringer for Rick Ross' "B.M.F.," which Luger also produced. The operatic elements are a nice touch, though it's almost too much. I think I've listened to this 10 times already and have yet to absorb most of the lyrics because Kanye and Jay struggle to not be background noise when stacked up against this grandiose production.
post #119 of 1295
GUCCI! BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!
post #120 of 1295
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post


GUCCI! BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!

"grandad, explain to us again how you were rich once and now we are all licing in this cardboard box?"

"well kinds, I was a talentless rapper that got by bigtime in a period of overproduced songs with no lyrical content. The Golden Period, if you would. I was on my grizzy and I got this awesome brrrr tat. Then, as had happened countless times before, a new crop of talentless rappers came in and took over my grind, I was out of a job and had no real talents. no one would hire me with a stupid fucking ice cream cone on my face and a couple of crack pipes later, here we are in this cardboard box"

BTW, I am liking Joel Ortiz's stuff.
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