Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Back for Good

Sorry for the people who be checking for this little ol blog. I been going through some shit called life. Lotta drama but Im this is gonna be the last hiatus/sabbatical Im a take,Im gonna try my best to not upload all crazy but be consistent. Im a do my best to bring the hottest new shit and some classics. So bare with me yo boy the one and only hit me up at myspace EastNY80sbaby

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

American Gangster Full Retail,Jada 90 % Done,Frankie & Nicky Talk

Oh Yeah It's Finaly Here

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Jay-Z-American_Gangster-2007[non-GroupRip][Retail][VBR]re-encoded the 128 rip, full VBR all over 192kbps

I been had this since like 5 this morning soon as I woke up(early bird gets the worm),but life gets in the way. Hope Yo enjoy this album as much as I have. Ain't no denying this is an instant classic. Now download then rewind that bitch.

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A Conversation between Nicky Barnes and Frank Lucas:

MJ: Rudy Giuliani chased both you guys when he was D.A. What do you think about him running for president?

NB: Giuliani would make a good president because he’s a principled guy.

FL: When Giuliani tells you something, he means it. But I don’t think we’re ready for an Italian president. I don’t think we’re ready for a black president. I don’t think we’re ready for a woman president, but I tell you right now: I think Hillary Clinton will win this thing hands down.

NB: Hillary will be the next president.

FL: No question about it.

Also bout rumor Multimillion-dollar contract that Frank put out on Nicky.

MJ: You guys have said some pretty harsh things about each other over the years. Nick, what’s your biggest bitch with Frank?

NB: Well, I read he had this multimillion-dollar contract on my life.

FL: Nick, hold on there! You know me a long time, and you know me well. If I had a contract on you, I’d have been hanged 20 or 30 years ago. You know doggone well that I wouldn’t do that.

NB: This was when they had the grand jury. I was with Matty Madonna and Herbie Sperling. You were on the third floor at the MCC.² Do you remember that, Frank?

FL: Absolutely.

NB: There was a corrections officer who said that Frank Lucas went to one of the other corrections officers and told him that Nicky Barnes was down there, and he was trying to set him up.

FL: You believe that? Nick! Listen to me, and hear me real good: Anybody tells you that, they’re a damn liar. You’ve been too close to me.

NB: Just what I heard.

Nicky tries to justify snitching because Guy Fisher fucked his bitches, fucking hoe ass nigga getting all emotional.

On Cam:
NB: No, man. When I realized they left me on the battlefield to die, I said, “Fuck it!” … I said, “I’ll pull those motherfuckers in, let them see what it’s like.” I would rather be out here in the witness program than to be in jail with them. Why would I wanna be in there with them kinda niggers? I don’t regret it. I saw this show on CNN, with Anderson Cooper. Cats were talking about “Don’t snitch, no matter what happens.” Well, I can’t see how a guy can be considered strong if he lets a bunch of assholes walk all over him and he doesn’t respond, just because of some code that a bunch of idiots have cooked up. Anderson Cooper asked this rapper, “Suppose a child was molested and you knew who this molester was. Would you tell the police?” He said, “No.” So that’s what I’m sayin’—the street guidelines are just moron bullshit.

Hip-Hop and there influence on the music and culture that is Hip-Hop:

MJ: Did you ever think there’d be this whole hip-hop thing? You guys are both mentioned in a million rap songs.

FL: Call them songs? When I came along, we had singing. They might make up songs about me, but I don’t have to like them.

MJ: What about you, Nick? You’re like a hip-hop folk hero.

NB: I never thought anything like this would happen. When hip-hop first started, everybody—I mean the music entrepreneurs—predicted that hip-hop would be dead in five years. They said, “Those motherfuckers ain’t gonna make no money.” But hip-hop rolled along, and look what they’re doing now. They got Jay-Z, Damon Dash, Kanye West, 50 Cent. These guys are doing something legitimate.

FL: At least Nick knows the names. I don’t know none of them. I know Puffy Combs, because of his father.

NB: Oh, Melvin! Melvin Combs.

FL: Melvin used to be at my house a couple of times a week. I’m proud to see Melvin’s son like that.

If Jay-Z gets his wish, Jadakiss will be a part of the Roc very soon. Hov has been in negotiations with Ruff Ryders to get the black Babe Ruth on his label through Def Jam. It's almost a done deal.

"Well, I've been actually trying to get Jadakiss to come to Roc-A-Fella/ Ruff Ryders for a minute," he said. "It's not done. It's in the final stages, though. I spoke to [co-CEO] Dee [Dean] and all of them about doing something really special with a Roc-A-Fella/ Ruff Ryders collaboration."

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Jay-Z:The Real Return Of The King,American Gangster Ad, Roc Boy Video

Jay-Z: The Real Return Of The King

'I knew he was up to something, 'cause I couldn't find him!'' says his protégé Beanie Sigel

Word is they filmed the Roc Boys video at 40/40 yesterday.
Video: Jay-Z - American Gangster Ad

World's 1st street legal flying car. $1 million....