This sounds like a blend from hell. Sorry, but some things should be left alone. If rehashing Biggie vocals and Jay-Z’s “Where I’m From” weren’t bad enough, Puff took it a step further by coating it with an Auto-Tune-like vocal effect. Now to make matters worse, Ricky hopped on the remix. My heart can’t take no moooreeee. This song won’t go away! Before: RR’s 09 Worst Singles #2 Ron Browz “Jumping Out The Window”
It’s a no brainer. Jay-Z’s Blueprint 3 takes the gold for best album of 2009. Let’s talk facts: Last summer, Hov’s “D.O.A.” eradicated Auto-Tune while “Empire State of Mind” rejuvenated everyone’s spirits in the fall. Meanwhile, Kid Cudi’s melodies buoyed “Already Home” and “A Star Is Born” introduced us to one of the game’s promising upstarts. Elsewhere, Jigga found solace on “Real As It Gets” but still took time out to address you “Haters”. Just another great template from Roc’s […]
I remember beggin’ Envy for this before Santa came down the chimney. SMH. Nevermind. Get your hard bottoms out. This that after work black folk Shark Bar shit. I see you dancing! Plays pretty much the same as the original with two lil’ J-to-tha-Mwah verses thrown on top. Insert ‘Kiss laugh which is slightly better than mines. Props: LowKey Via Splash
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One of hip-hop’s prominent producers Ron “Pop Champagne” Browz tried his hand at rap early last year and spawned his second regional hit, “Jumping Out The Window”. In all its awful Auto-Tune glory, NY radio ate it up. Personally, it made me throw up. From the window to wall, thank God for Ron’s timely fall. Universal failure. Before: RR’s ’09 Worst Singles: #3 Busta Rhymes x T-Pain “Hustler’s Anthem ’09”
Game flaunts an ice grill on the January/February issue of The Source. Mean mug to the newsstand January 20th.
It’s been a long time coming, but after 14 years Raekwon returned to the main stage with, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II. For starters, The Chef curbs our appetites with “House Of Flying Daggers”, “New Wu” and “Surgical Gloves”. He breaks bread with Beanie Sigel on “Have Mercy” and toasts to the fallen on “Ason Jones.” You rappers got fat while Rae starved. It’s his turn. Again. Before: RR’s ’09 Best Albums: #3 Kid Cudi Man On The Moon