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 06-29-2012, 08:25 PM         #21
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 drama_kiNg said:
if pac didn't get k!lled (rip) there woulda been a serious outlash on him, if you don't believe that you're a retarded.. n*ggas aint really scared over an industry dude like that

plus pac a ny n*gga
There wud have been no more blacklash reason being, Pac just squashed it with the biggest rapper over on the eastcoast asides from BIG aka Nas and set up a meeting with him in vegas to talk about projects. Also the fact Pac was in talks of getting WU Tang to sign over to deathrow east, then also had Run DMC, Big Daddy Kane, Bobboy Brown heading for deathrow East..ontop of that Pac was going to sign Bootcamp click to his own label makaveli records.

Mobb Deep and Pac wud also have squashed it, cuz at the time they were Nas people. Bokeem Woodbine did a interview where he said Pac talked to him while they were filming Gridlock'd that he was going to talk to Nas and Mobb Deep and gfet them on the One Nation Album.

So i mean asides for BIG and Jay and nobody gave a fu*k about Jay then, he was a nobody truthfully, where was the backlash..??

Pac was working on the One Nation album, which was gonna have the best of the east, west, midwest and south on one album, on some unity sh*t, calling and end to all the bullsh*t, with premo, djquick, daz, easy mo bee, teddy riley etc producing...
 5 years ago '08        #22
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fu*k all this sh*t
I just wanna hear that verse
Prodigy at that time was unfu*kwithable
 5 years ago '07        #23
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 Crookz said:
Stfu both y'all boroughs got taken over by white outta town yuppie hipsters, Arabs, and Asians

Uptown>>>>>>>>>>
Amen....Uptown >>>>

Queens got the best bi*ches tho
 5 years ago '09        #24
59fifty 
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Did hnic3 leak yet havent seen a discussion thread yet
 5 years ago '12        #25
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 the synthesis said:
We have 3 or 4 people saying Pac approached Nas (Snoop,Outlawz, Suge and Angie)...Snoop is cool with Nas, so i don't see why he wud lie and Suges story also matches up...Only Nas and his bro say they approached Pac, but thats a given. Either way they peaced it up, Pac and Nas was never serious.

We have stories of people letting off shots, or reaching for their piece either way that proves something did HAPPEN. It was never all gravy, DR and certain eastcoast figures been known to jump and let off shots, so like i said it was never gonna be peaceful.

Pac did have certain rappers worried, it's natural, when ur trying to come up in the game u don't want beef with the biggest name in hiphop, so i can see wht Prodigy tried his best to get his verse removed off LALA. The same way Jayz got Pac to remove his name off Hit'em Up, nobody wanted drama before their career even started. Tim Dogg status aint a good look



 5 years ago '11        #26
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 Crookz said:
Stfu both y'all boroughs got taken over by white outta town yuppie hipsters, Arabs, and Asians

Uptown>>>>>>>>>>
Nobody even cares about your borough. fu*k a baseball stadium. The Bronx is the least visually pleasing place in NYC, and you know this MAAAAN!
 5 years ago '06        #27
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dope interview

spoke some real sh*t about jay

dude has always been bi*chmade
 5 years ago '06        #28
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 FreshBeatzBx said:
Lol wow can somebody explain this??? Cuz I Knoooooow I wasn't the only n*gga who thought he was from out there. Like was he raised out there or did he just chill there?? Like wats the word
P is from Hempstead, n*ggas is hood out there don't get it twisted...
 5 years ago '07        #29
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prodigy needs to go in hiding after he got exposed..his career is over
 5 years ago '06        #30
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 ImInHerMouth said:
Nobody even cares about your borough. fu*k a baseball stadium. The Bronx is the least visually pleasing place in NYC, and you know this MAAAAN!
uptown got the best joints

our DR and PR joints>>>bk bi*ches be looking like "Brooklyn" 75% of the time
 06-29-2012, 11:12 PM         #31
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 the synthesis said:
Prodigy Didn't Want To Respond To Tupac Dis, N.O.R.E. Says
N.O.R.E. contradicts account of events in Prodigy's autobiography


The accounts in Prodigy's newly released book "My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep's Prodigy" (Simon and Schuster) has fellow Queens rapper N.O.R.E. up in arms about P's recollection of things. On Wednesday, Noreaga spoke to MTV News and questioned why his longtime friend would bring up already-settled street beefs that eventually left two men shot.

The "Super Thug" rapper is also refuting Prodigy's claim that "L.A., L.A." — a 1996 dis song aimed at Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound and Tupac Shakur — was originally a Mobb Deep track. Noreaga goes on to say that originally, Prodigy wanted no parts of the much-hyped East Coast/ West Coast beef.

Noreaga Says 'LA, LA' Was Not A Mobb Deep Record
"Now, is he delusional?" Nore asked. "Have you seen the record ever been [credited as] Mobb Deep featuring Capone-N-Noreaga?"

The original "L.A., L.A." was recorded in 1996, and a remixed version later appeared on Capone-N-Noreaga's 1997 debut album The War Report. The track was a direct response to Tha Dogg Pound's "New York, New York" and its video, which famously featured larger-than-life versions of Snoop Dogg, Kurupt and Daz kicking over New York skyscrapers. While N.O.R.E. does admit that Prodigy originally had a verse on the C-N-N song, he says that P had his record label, Loud Records, request to have his verse removed.

"Loud called us and said, 'You have to make sure that Prodigy verse doesn't exist,' " Nore said. "What happened was in between that time 'Pac dropped ['Hit 'Em Up'] and said, 'Mobb Deep, don't one of you dudes got sickle-cell.' "

"L.A., L.A." provided a notable moment in the mid-'90's East Coast/ West Coast feud, when rappers from both New York and California hurled disses at each other. The late Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur were the principal players, but rappers like Nas, Jay-Z, Mobb Deep and Snoop Dogg were also called out at one point in the coastal rivalry.

In his book, Prodigy criticized Jay-Z for not standing up to 'Pac's slander, but Nore contends that originally Prodigy also had some apprehension in involving himself in the war of words. "So, even when he said he was mad at Jay-Z for not representing New York, he's delusional," he says. "['L.A., L.A.' wasn't him; that wasn't his idea. That was a Capone-N-Noreaga, Tragedy thing."

N.O.R.E. also points out another discrepancy in the autobiography that was released earlier this week. Prodigy claimed that his Mobb Deep counterpart Havoc once punched veteran Queensbridge rapper Tragedy in the face for having an affair with his girlfriend while Nore looked on.

"When he says that [Havoc] stepped to Trag and I was there, it was all fabricated," he says. "All I know from Havoc and Trag's relationship was that they were cool. So, when I read the book, and he's actually saying things that he's heard, maybe from his perspective, but he's definitely not speaking the truth when it comes to me."
FYI I have doubles of the original LA LA single with Mobb, CNN, and Trag's verses all on them, and it is listed on "25 to Life" which was Trag's imprint, not Mobb and not CNN - it was orignally a Trag track

Proof - look at the single label in this instrumental

TRAGEDY
FT Mobb Deep & CNN

[video - click to view]



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 06-29-2012, 11:22 PM         #32
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Original video


[video - click to view]

 06-29-2012, 11:34 PM         #33
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 hollabizak said:
New York has a habit of having bi*ch a.ss n*ggaz. Pac punked the whole east coast.Them n*ggaz is wack just like their music.
shut the fu*k up you lilttle bi*ch a.ss pus*y
 5 years ago '08        #34
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[QUOTE=KrugeR;23768226]FYI I have doubles of the original LA LA single with Mobb, CNN, and Trag's verses all on them, and it is listed on "25 to Life" which was Trag's imprint, not Mobb and not CNN - it was orignally a Trag track


U got it with prodigys verse?
 06-29-2012, 11:36 PM         #35
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 06-29-2012, 11:38 PM         #36
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[quote=_JAY_;23768404]
 KrugeR said:
FYI I have doubles of the original LA LA single with Mobb, CNN, and Trag's verses all on them, and it is listed on "25 to Life" which was Trag's imprint, not Mobb and not CNN - it was orignally a Trag track


U got it with prodigys verse?
that video version is the same as the single on wax version, which as far as I know only has Havs full verse and P on the chorus. I need to bust it out and compare it.


Oh and those guys talking about NY being bi*chmade but jocking Pac, he's from NY and everyone knows this
 5 years ago '09        #37
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I thought pac was fr bmore?
 06-29-2012, 11:57 PM         #38
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 59fifty said:
I thought pac was fr bmore?
Pac from East Harlem... born in 71, moved to Bmore in 86


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 06-30-2012, 12:00 AM         #39
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i wudnt say NY was bitcmade, just at the time the new artists were being careful, the west had it locked

no young artist wud come out now firing shots at hov or 50 now, it'd be dumb, ur management wud tell u not too, ur brain will also tell u not to. u gotta build ur empire before u can box with the god...


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 06-30-2012, 12:04 AM         #40
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 KrugeR said:
Pac from East Harlem... born in 71, moved to Bmore in 86
Jim Jones was like 14 and seen Pac a few times up in Harlem, he said he nearly fainted when he seen him there on some stan sh*t....this was around 92-93
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