17. "Yeah I hated that song so much it almost made me dislike them as a coupl..." In response to Reply # 16
>Not good or bad. But how he flipped a Pac song on some simp >shit? Eh.
"Crazy In Love" was tight, but that joint? I definitely wasn't trying to see Jay going that route. And to top it off the video used to be on BET all damn day. _________________________________________ The Combat Jack Show is THE best hip-hop related internet radio show Catch up http://pncradio.tumblr.com/
>>"Fuck all night" do you mean Face-off with Sauce??? I'm >>guessing not, because that shit was FLAMES. > >...that was a song on The Blueprint 2, it sort of sounds >like... well, 2002. > >Get in a late model Cavalier, lite up your cig and spend the >late night doing some dumb shit kind of music. > >edit: "Face Off" is flames, so is "Face Off 2000" (on Sauce's >album)
23. "I think it just was an odd fit on the album" In response to Reply # 19
I wasn't adverse to the collab (it wasn't as weird as M.O.P. with LFO... which wasn't a bad song but just like, ok, why are you putting these dudes on their song), but the Roots have been good about being topical with their albums for the most part.
22. "I still dont get the "you owe me" hate" In response to Reply # 0
the beat knocks, catchy ass hook, and Nas was actually spittin on that track, same ol dope lyricism & flow we expect from him, albeit the "flossy" subject matter. But that's to be expected though, it was meant for the club & radio and it succeeded in that.
Guess he's kinda spoiled us, cus if this had been another rapper doing this same song, yall would be saying how hot it was