Discussion in 'Hip-Hop Central' started by Im Technical, Jan 21, 2013.
"i speak thru music, i reach u dudes"
we can get deeper in dirt
than cleat shoes
daaamn Jay got classic lines fo days
smh @ a Jay Z hater
*throws up the roc* HOVA
Jay used to flow so flawless
n his lines slept on
Regrets is beautiful. Loving Bring it on just before it as well.
love both them in my lifetimes
remix and the original
u heard you're welcome feat mary j blidge?
Does anybody know his old song I can't get with that I love that song and his quick flow was niceeee
i gotta keep it thick
so i hit em like thissss
yeee bring it on tooo raaww, that shit a underrated jay track
n Regrets top 5 Jay Z songs eva eazy!
probly Jay's greatest verses were on Regrets, i wont lie, straight street poetry, the typa track that easily holds a candle to Nas' best work lyrically
"My moms cryin cuz her insides are dyin
her son tryin her patience
keep her heart racin
a million beats a minute
i know i push you to ya limit
but its this game luv im caught up all in it"
"neva given you gotta take it
cant fake it i keep it authentic"
mmmmm classic shit
regrets my fav jay song to be trill
I think im touched this whole verse i been talkin to your spirit
a lil too much
who spit shit like that anymo??
this is the number one rule for ya set
in order to survive gotta learn to live with regrets
on the rise to the top, many drop, dont forget
Yes, and yes ^
YES you know what I'm talkin about!
Thats an easy question to answer. Hiphop used to be about art and skill. You actually had to be talented to get a deal and labels actually took risks. Now only image sells and labels are looking for hit singles rather than classic albums. The game is not the same. I am a producer, but I listen to alot of old school shit. T.I. is the only nigga thats relevant.
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