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#1 Tastik BEATS

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Posted 08 July 2013 - 08:30 PM

Most of us will agree jay z's new stuff sucks. however Jay z's tracks dead presidents 1 and 2 were fucking classics. Jay z has just released part 3

http://www.complex.c...ad-presidents-3

very suprised

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Posted 08 July 2013 - 11:14 PM

I'm surprised people keep mentioning him in a Stonesthrow forum, do we really give a shit!!
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Posted 09 July 2013 - 01:36 AM

do we really give a shit!!



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Posted 09 July 2013 - 02:45 AM

I'm surprised people keep mentioning him in a Stonesthrow forum, do we really give a shit!!


whats the problem ?

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 05:26 AM

whats the problem ?

Jay - Z is the problem dude, he's a pop star, there's no place for a "Sell yourself" lifestyle in Hiphop, go and listen to the track Tom Ford, off his new pop album, I thought Kanye was bad but, rhyming about a Label that others can't afford, Please!! He needs to take a leaf out of Immortal techniques book and go build an orphanage or 100. So off the back of him being shallow, and Pt 3 may be a classic, it all becomes irrelevant, all due to the fact he is a Nob that has completely lost touch with life, is he street ? no he's corporate office. He has nothing to say and needs to put the mike down, he's the Hulk Hogan or Rik flair of rap, can't see he's well and truely past it.

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 07:04 AM

Whatch out guys, "Real hiphop"-police up in here.

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 02:06 PM

Jay - Z is the problem dude, he's a pop star, there's no place for a "Sell yourself" lifestyle in Hiphop, go and listen to the track Tom Ford, off his new pop album, I thought Kanye was bad but, rhyming about a Label that others can't afford, Please!! He needs to take a leaf out of Immortal techniques book and go build an orphanage or 100. So off the back of him being shallow, and Pt 3 may be a classic, it all becomes irrelevant, all due to the fact he is a Nob that has completely lost touch with life, is he street ? no he's corporate office. He has nothing to say and needs to put the mike down, he's the Hulk Hogan or Rik flair of rap, can't see he's well and truely past it.


Did you not listen to anything I said, " most of us will agree his new stuff sucks". And I never said that pt 3 was good. I though I would mention it because pt 1 and 2 were classics

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 03:26 AM

Can't deny it ... the production on DP3 alone is nothing short of mindblowing.

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 06:34 PM

True

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 03:11 PM

Young GURU did the beat. It's funny b/c DP3, albeit a slightly different version, has been floating around the internet for close to 5 years and then Just Blaze released the official version a couple of days ago. I don't remember what inspired me to play the track at the time, but last September I tweeted GURU about the track, asking what project it was intended for and what the backstory was on the track - - this was his response: "there really is no story. It was going to be on a mixtape that we never put out." I saw a report somewhere saying that DP3 was supposed to be on either The Blueprint 3 or The Black Album, I don't remember exactly what was said but GURU sort of indirectly dispelled that.

As for the "Hip-Hip police" out there - and no, this isn't directed at anyone in particular b/c I do understand all sides of the discussion, but try to be a little more open-minded. Personally, after playing it a handful of times, I don't like Jay-Z's latest project much but there are some good verses, beats, and tracks on there. Open-mindedness is what this culture is all about

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 08:35 PM

Open-mindedness is what this culture is all about


exactly

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 10:59 PM

Sonically I can't imagine or "hear" DP3 on any of Jay-Z's recent/current albums. Timbaland, Pharrell, and Swizz seem to be his go-to producers as of late. Now when he was open to a wider range of production styles (back during the era when he used to open the album with a song over a Preemo beat) I can imagine this joint fitting right in with the likes of Just Blaze, early Kanye West, Ski, Knowbody, and Pete Rock.

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Posted 13 July 2013 - 01:33 AM

Did you not listen to anything I said, " most of us will agree his new stuff sucks". And I never said that pt 3 was good. I though I would mention it because pt 1 and 2 were classics

Dude, your right, I didn't listen, but I did read what you said, don't get so defensive Holmes or take it personally, read it as in a comedy piece, and your probably understand the way I put things over, I have no issue with you, and the problem for me is artists like Jay- Z getting a mention full stop when they all portray Hiphop as Money importance, and owning material wealth, unfortunately kids copy their idols and think they are right, and hang on to everyword they say, as if it's their own bible. As for the Hiphop police, and close mindedness, don't think anyone coming to the Stonesthrow forum is close minded, none of us would be here or communicate, we would all be fighting on UGHH, If this conversation was in a pub, with a pint, would probably go down a lot lot different, because you would hear how I'm saying it, and probably agree, so instead of some white chump, from the U.K, trying to explain, what is going wrong with a whole culture, just check this video, it speaks volumes,


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Posted 13 July 2013 - 08:42 AM

none of us would be here or communicate, we would all be fighting on UGHH


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Posted 13 July 2013 - 02:28 PM

Shots fired. Branga amp-uh-lamps.

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 12:55 AM

Dude, your right, I didn't listen, but I did read what you said, don't get so defensive Holmes or take it personally, read it as in a comedy piece, and your probably understand the way I put things over, I have no issue with you, and the problem for me is artists like Jay- Z getting a mention full stop when they all portray Hiphop as Money importance, and owning material wealth, unfortunately kids copy their idols and think they are right, and hang on to everyword they say, as if it's their own bible. As for the Hiphop police, and close mindedness, don't think anyone coming to the Stonesthrow forum is close minded, none of us would be here or communicate, we would all be fighting on UGHH, If this conversation was in a pub, with a pint, would probably go down a lot lot different, because you would hear how I'm saying it, and probably agree, so instead of some white chump, from the U.K, trying to explain, what is going wrong with a whole culture, just check this video, it speaks volumes,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CH6af90Ig0


I'll check it out. I know where you're coming from, I hate mainstream hip hop as well :)




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