Friday, June 5, 2009

Jay-Z "D.O.A." Radio Rip














The only 40 year rapper still doing it like this. History was made tonight as fans worldwide waited in anticipation as to whether Young or Old Hov was gonna be in the building. General consensus is that Jiggaman came back, and with an effin' vengeance.

Further documented proof that Hip Hop is still alive.

Boom.

21 comments:

  1. My stanery is out of control tonight!?

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  2. it was dope, as a younger dude (27) this is the kinda shit i want these young cats to hear (16) cause the shit that they liking right now, is real weak

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  3. Between this track and Mos Def's Casa Bey...Man, I haven't been this excited for hip hop in a long time.

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  4. ^ "My stanery is out of control tonight!?"

    No doubt. Fully blown too!

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  5. And a day after Mary J Blige (of all people) did a joint w/ the Autotune. Perfect timin' like a muhfukka.

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  6. Hovarated! The beat is lame and the flow has the rhythm of the Carlton Dance (http://youtube.com/watch?v=zS1cLOIxsQ8). I keep telling yall Cube is the real 40yo King.

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  7. Jay-Z's being working his way back into my critical graces since Kingdom Come. This is en fuego mi negro. I think the beat is murders.

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  8. I like how he worked No I.D. in there, too...

    Sounds like a friendly jab at Kanye. Good shit.

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  9. "I might send this to the mixtape Weezy"

    Line of the year.

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  10. ^^^^^^
    "How is it i am a multi millionaire but still the hardest nigga here"

    Trumps for line of the year either way HOVS home

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  11. yaaaaawwwwwwwwwnnnnn!

    people are too easily pleased. song is meh.

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  12. Way too much S. Dolt Carter nut hugging here, with all respect to our host, Mr. Jack.

    Maybe-- just maybe-- Jay should buy a rhyme book and, think about how to write in CHARACTER (like Nas sometimes does), because this middle-aged dick-waving is tiresome.

    In a similar veteran vein, I'll Ice Cube's last album was better than this and while I thought "Kingdom Come" was a solid effort that tried to assay his real station in life, "American Gangster" was about as imaginative as its title.
    (And the Brooklyn Nets are where again? Way to front for the biggest white scumbags in the real estate game.)

    PREDICTION: Blueprint 3 = Godfather 3, believe it, and without even a slow handjob from Sofia Coppola as compensation.

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  13. eff t-pain... new mos is MEDIOCRE

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  14. Man...Jay-Z is really on one lately. Between "Jockin Jay-Z," "Brooklyn Go Hard," and this, I'm in awe of jigga.

    He's the greatest alive, and continues to prove the hip-hop world exactly why he's remained dominant for over a decade.

    No ID on the beat! Blackout 3 is going to slap a lot of people in the mouth..

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  15. This is prob. a tip of the iceberg... I'm hoping he comes with the nuclear heat on the album. I like it tho', don't get me wrong. He still gotta deliver the crazy, untouchable shit for the BP3 tho'. it says a lot for Hov tho', when STILL he can come with a joint and turn everyone on their ear like he has with this. I cant even say it's one of those "just cause it's Jay" moments cause he hasnt had a record set the world on fire in a while... but eyyy'body's talkin' about this one.

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  16. I like the intent of this song more than the song itself. The same is true of the KRS Buckshot Robot joint. I'm all for trashing the lazy biting and gimmicks, but this one doesn't really move me.

    Predictably, though, the white rock critic backlash has begun.

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  17. any new updates?? this story is so last week. LOL

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  18. 3 posts every 1 week average? thats so laaaaaaaame.

    jk.....no shots.

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