The Official Nas-Untitled Album Thread/ 180k 1st week sales

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Do you like the album? and How old are you?
Yes, Good Album! Age <18 21 16.80%
Nope, shit was awful Age <18 0 0%
Yes, Good Album Age 19-23 72 57.60%
Nope, shit was awful Age 19-23 5 4.00%
Yes, Good Album Age 24< 24 19.20%
Nope, shit was awful Age 24< 3 2.40%
Voters: 125. Sorry, you cannot vote on this poll (Boxden members only)

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 10 years ago '04        #181
Kasssssst 135 heat pts135
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oh lord...this thread is going to turn Ugly....I can tell now already from first paragraph in your post....
 07-03-2008, 07:51 AM         #182
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 BoxdenSleuth said:
I liked the album for the most part, lyrically its solid. My only beef with it is most of the content is about the black mans struggle, and to be honest, I am a white guy not living in the ghetto and I can really care less about the black man. Nas is a great rapper, but IMO the problem with this album and many of his are they are to designed for black people or people who give a damn about them.

You have some rappers like Jay-Z, Lupe, Kanye etc who make albums that aren't just geared towards one races problems and emotions, but has things everybody can relate to.

Anybody agree?


why do people type silly sh*t?....if you knew the premise of this album before listening to it why would you then after hearing the album follow the premise complain about it?....how redundant,and retarded is that?.....i hope this was a sarcastic post



were you the one kid who went to go see "wanted" with angelina jolie,and complained about the violence with guns?...


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 10 years ago '04        #183
youngmic 421 heat pts421
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good album, wish project roach was longer loved that beat...but it is wat it is...good hip hop album
 10 years ago '05        #184
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they know this is garbage they scared to say it, boring crap.... Ny lost.
 10 years ago '07        #185
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what it is! havent finished it yet but its fyah so far sounds like some progressive sh*t listen to the lyrics u lames
 07-03-2008, 08:10 AM         #186
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 BoxdenSleuth said:
I liked the album for the most part, lyrically its solid. My only beef with it is most of the content is about the black mans struggle, and to be honest, I am a white guy not living in the ghetto and I can really care less about the black man

Anybody agree?
I TOTALLY DISAGREE. I am white aswell, but by listening to this album, its made more compassionate for a black american than ever before. I think the world needed something this strong. Something that looks racism in the face.

AND even though its talking about 'the black mans' struggle' (like you said), Nas delivered wordplay, and a flow thats so on point, that it doesn't matter what hes talking about. This album is very underated IMO (even including the hype that this site has built for it). I pay attention to every release that comes out, and this album here, should be looked at as something that every fan of hip hop should celebrate. If you look at every deminsion of this album, and its release, its hard to deny its greatness:
1. The original album title
2. Once they denied him that titled, he simply named it "Untitled", genius.
3. The album cover is so visual and controversial. So much that its stronger than the title itself.
4. The lack of promotion. Nobody knows about this album, even coming from someone of Nas's caliber. This album is highly slept on right now, i see it as the whole world should be tuned into this release. And right now, B.E.T hasn't even caught up yet.
5. Production. The production for this one is very appealing. Easy for the ears, nothing complicated. Which makes the lyrics stand out even more.
6. Length of the album & limited features. These 2 things is where most albums mess up on. Most don't know when to stop filling up the CD, and then fill the album up with features. Nas did great on both parts.
7. All of those things is what creates something really special. Something that will be looked at 10 years now and REALLY be appreciated.
 10 years ago '05        #187
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 backnaction05 said:
I TOTALLY DISAGREE. I am white aswell, but by listening to this album, its made more compassionate for a black american than ever before. I think the world needed something this strong. Something that looks racism in the face.

AND even though its talking about 'the black mans' struggle' (like you said), Nas delivered wordplay, and a flow thats so on point, that it doesn't matter what hes talking about. This album is very underated IMO (even including the hype that this site has built for it). I pay attention to every release that comes out, and this album here, should be looked at as something that every fan of hip hop should celebrate. If you look at every deminsion of this album, and its release, its hard to deny its greatness:
1. The original album title
2. Once they denied him that titled, he simply named it "Untitled", genius.
3. The album cover is so visual and controversial. So much that its stronger than the title itself.
4. The lack of promotion. Nobody knows about this album, even coming from someone of Nas's caliber. This album is highly slept on right now, i see it as the whole world should be tuned into this release. And right now, B.E.T hasn't even caught up yet.
5. Production. The production for this one is very appealing. Easy for the ears, nothing complicated. Which makes the lyrics stand out even more.
6. Length of the album & limited features. These 2 things is where most albums mess up on. Most don't know when to stop filling up the CD, and then fill the album up with features. Nas did great on both parts.
7. All of those things is what creates something really special. Something that will be looked at 10 years now and REALLY be appreciated.

FROM A BLACK MAN.....we aint struggling.this aint 1965..just the ones up north..the lazy ones. NAS dont like white people dudeee rock onnn!! dont buy his album if u have self respect.
 07-03-2008, 08:26 AM         #188
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 10 years ago '08        #189
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 07-03-2008, 08:40 AM         #190
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while i see the hate squad are invading the thread trying to make things sour for us who love the album


to that lame a.ss pasty face sh*t stain talkin bout how he cant relate and doesnt give a dman bout the black struggle then why do you even fu*k with nas music. he's been headed in this direction for a while but now and like my n*ggah said, if you knew the premise of the album before hand why didi you still listen dumbass. this is basically NAS' version of Strictly For My n*ggaz and bringing jay, kanye and etc into the mix like it makes your statement more valid because they make you feel comfrotable in your own skin
im not takin anything away from them dudes because they are talented, but you dont like them for their lyrical talent, you love the bragadocious champagn sippin, and radio freindly pop side......this album has clearly served its purpose,

i think its a hell of a display of maturity and lyricism to base an entire album around uplifting the havenots(any race) and the black and brown brothas and sistahs who A.) don't have a collective voice to represent them
B.)are too stubborn to to see their ignorance , and willingly remain stupid

this aint about being high and mighty , its about growing up, becoming aware of the truth and most of all gettin our sh*t togehter

who cares if you can relate because truthfully if you wanted to listen to something you could relate to you would pick up an Aaron Carter album and feel right at home, so dont try to come in a thread thats about appreciating the album and talking that bullsh*t


start you own thread , but you wont because youre afraid you wont get any attention cause so desperatly need it, stop bi*chin and dont listen

sh*t was all good when wayne and shawty lo littered the front page now these n*ggas gettin buttsoar over nas album havin more hype than their saviors


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 07-03-2008, 08:45 AM         #191
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i see alotta yall really feelin this...im about to listen to it
 07-03-2008, 08:48 AM         #192
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 Rhyme n Tekniq said:
while i see the hate squad are invading the thread trying to make things sour for us who love the album


to that lame a.ss pasty face sh*t stain talkin bout how he cant relate and doesnt give a dman bout the black struggle then why do you even fu*k with nas music. he's been headed in this direction for a while but now and like my n*ggah said, if you knew the premise of the album before hand why didi you still listen dumbass. this is basically NAS' version of Strictly For My n*ggaz and bringing jay, kanye and etc into the mix like it makes your statement more valid because they make you feel comfrotable in your own skin
im not takin anything away from them dudes because they are talented, but you dont like them for their lyrical talent, you love the bragadocious champagn sippin, and radio freindly pop side......this album has clearly served its purpose,

i think its a hell of a display of maturity and lyricism to base an entire album around uplifting the havenots(any race) and the black and brown brothas and sistahs who A.) don't have a collective voice to represent them
B.)are too stubborn to to see their ignorance , and willingly remain stupid

this aint about being high and mighty , its about growing up, becoming aware of the truth and most of all gettin our sh*t togehter

who cares if you can relate because truthfully if you wanted to listen to something you could relate to you would pick up an Aaron Carter album and feel right at home, so dont try to come in a thread thats about appreciating the album and talking that bullsh*t


start you own thread , but you wont because youre afraid you wont get any attention cause so desperatly need it, stop bi*chin and dont listen

sh*t was all good when wayne and shawty lo littered the front page now these n*ggas gettin buttsoar over nas album havin more hype than their saviors
damn cuz

:hang: :hang: :hang:
 10 years ago '06        #193
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Damn...Toomp did his thing on this beat...


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 10 years ago '05        #194
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That's it? You n*ggas made a thread on this piece of wack sh*t?
 10 years ago '04        #195
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what?!?!?! he said like 5 words in that 15 sec video, lol

 10 years ago '04        #196
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U kno whats sad, people are callin a cd with Chris Brown on it a classic.

Think Illmatic. Now think Illmatic if Chris Brown was on it.

I'm on my 3rd listen looking for the magic. I like Hero, America is ok, Sly Fox is pretty good, N.I.G.G.E.R. is a heat rock, and Black President is dope.

Lyrically Nas k!lls everything (Project Roach was the only song he probably didn't k!ll), but after 9 albums, he can't put a song together. Wack Beats, wack hooks all over the place. He is in the business of making music, and music includes Lyrics, Hooks, and Beats.

Open Your Eyes...
 07-03-2008, 09:20 AM         #197
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I just saw it on bx and I'm gettin it now
 07-03-2008, 09:30 AM         #198
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 BoxdenSleuth said:
I liked the album for the most part, lyrically its solid. My only beef with it is most of the content is about the black mans struggle, and to be honest, I am a white guy not living in the ghetto and I can really care less about the black man. Nas is a great rapper, but IMO the problem with this album and many of his are they are to designed for black people or people who give a damn about them.

You have some rappers like Jay-Z, Lupe, Kanye etc who make albums that aren't just geared towards one races problems and emotions, but has things everybody can relate to.

Anybody agree?
Why would Nas gear HIS music to accomodate whites. This is Hip Hop, created by us for us...whites just happened to like our culture and music.

You say you could careless about the black man but here you are caring and complaining about a black man's album. fu*k outta here white boy...
 10 years ago '06        #199
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 ceo said:
Why would Nas gear HIS music to accomodate whites. This is Hip Hop, created by us for us...whites just happened to like our culture and music.

You say you could careless about the black man but here you are caring and complaining about a black man's album. fu*k outta here white boy...
your post is no less ignorant than the one u quoted
 10 years ago '06        #200
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 RocawearMan said:
U kno whats sad, people are callin a cd with Chris Brown on it a classic.

Think Illmatic. Now think Illmatic if Chris Brown was on it.

I'm on my 3rd listen looking for the magic. I like Hero, America is ok, Sly Fox is pretty good, N.I.G.G.E.R. is a heat rock, and Black President is dope.

Lyrically Nas k!lls everything (Project Roach was the only song he probably didn't k!ll), but after 9 albums, he can't put a song together. Wack Beats, wack hooks all over the place. He is in the business of making music, and music includes Lyrics, Hooks, and Beats.

Open Your Eyes...
if u don't think tracks like louis farrakhan is crack...u dont know hip hop. vintage nas with a cold beat.
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