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 9 years ago '06        #3121
kingchicagobud 
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i hope it do come out this time
 04-28-2007, 10:04 PM         #3122
juelzsantana444 
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 kingchicagobud said:
i hope it do come out this time
what are u talkin bout
 9 years ago '05        #3123
BlaznHizzle|M 3 heat pts
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damn n*gga, you got me excited for nothin..
 04-29-2007, 01:31 AM         #3124
ILLmag 7 
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just delete this stupid thread...
 04-30-2007, 10:18 AM         #3125
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He justs need to pick the best 15 out of those tracks and make sure he doesn't more than 2 of those soft a.ss cake daddy songs he likes to make because the fu*k up the album.
 04-30-2007, 02:20 PM         #3126
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 BlaznHizzle said:
damn n*gga, you got me excited for nothin..
lol
 05-04-2007, 02:54 PM         #3127
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when is this dropping
 05-04-2007, 02:58 PM         #3128
mattwoolly8 
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waitin for him to get lyrical again
 9 years ago '07        #3129
Young Ive 
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props gon be hot prop back
 9 years ago '06        #3130
tpoker 1 heat pts
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sh*t fina b fiya, ferrari fab or u can call me spider spiz
 9 years ago '12        #3131
DoMieD 4 heat pts
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01. From Nothin' To Somethin' Intro (Produced by Reefa)
02. Yup I'm Back (Produced by Freebass)
03. Change Up (Feat. Akon) (Produced by Akon)
04. Make Me Better (Feat. Ne-Yo) (Produced by Timbaland)
05. Baby Don't Go (Feat. T-Pain) (Produced by Jermaine Dupri)
06. Return Of The Hustle (Feat. Swizz Beatz) (Produced by Just Blaze)
07. Gangsta Don't Play (Feat. Junior Reid) (Produced by Reefa)
08. Real Playa Like (Feat. Lloyd) (Produced by Polow Da Don)
09. Let's Make Love (Feat. Keyshia Cole) (Produced by Jermaine Dupri)
10. Diamonds (Feat. Young Jeezy) (Produced by Steve Morales)
11. Brooklyn (Feat. Jay-Z & Uncle murder) (Produced by Versatile)
12. I'm The Man (Feat. Red Cafe) (Produced by Reefa)
13. Hustla's Posterchild (Feat. Cassidy) (Produced by Neo Da Matrix)
14. Joke's On You (Feat. Pusha T) (Produced by Don Cannon)
15. What Should I Do (Feat. Lil' Mo) (Produced by Amadeus)
16. Foggin' Up The Windows (Produced by The Runners)
17. This Is Family (Feat. Ransom, Freck the Billionaire, Red Cafe, Joe Budden & Paul Cain) (Produced by Nova)
18. First Time (Feat. Rhianna) (Produced by Big Tank)

June 12th
 9 years ago '04        #3132
PurpleHaze217 2 heat pts
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 MonkTaker said:
14. Joke's On You (Feat. Pusha T) (Produced by Don Cannon)
 05-11-2007, 12:17 PM         #3133
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 MonkTaker said:
June 12th
so that song called " i shine you shine " aint gonna be on it i was wishin it would be that songs is tight
 9 years ago '05        #3134
justindlawson 2 heat pts
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[code]Artist : Maroon 5
Album : It Won't Be Soon Before Long
Label : A&M/Octone
Genre : Pop
Bitrate : 205 kbps avg
Source : CD (LP)
Playtime : 00:44:58 (69.7MB)
Rls date : 2007-05-12
Store date : 2007-05-22

1. If I Never See Your Face Again 3:21
2. Makes Me Wonder 3:31
3. Little Of Your Time 2:17
4. Wake Up Call 3:21
5. Won't Go Home Without You 3:51
6. Nothing Lasts Forever 3:07
7. Can't Stop 2:32
8. Goodnight Goodnight 4:03
9. Not Falling Apart 4:03
10.Kiwi 3:34
11.Better That We Break 3:06
12.Back At Your Door 3:47
13.Infatuation (Bonus Track) 4:25

Maroon 5's 2002 debut album, Songs About Jane, was the
kind of hit that doesn't happen often in the new
millennium -- a genuine word-of-mouth hit whose popularity
grew steadily after its release, largely due to the sweet,
sunny hit "This Love," a song sly and catchy enough to
stay on the adult pop charts for years without wearing out
its welcome. It also was catchy enough to engender years
of goodwill. Five years of goodwill, in fact, as the band
toured heavily while slowly tinkering away on their second
album, finally delivering It Won't Be Soon Before Long
(its title perhaps a pun on the gap between records,
perhaps not) half a decade after Songs About Jane. If that
delay sounds like a symptom of sophomore jitters, that's
not exactly true, since during that long stretch between
albums Maroon 5 worked Songs About Jane and, in a sense,
that album wasn't strictly their first album, either.
Maroon 5 evolved out of Kara's Flowers, a post-grunge pop
band whose 1997 debut never took off, not even when their
debut was reissued in the wake of Maroon's success, but it
did provide the group with the foundation for their
success; it's where they paid their dues and learned how
to be a pop band. Traces of Kara's Flowers could be heard
in Maroon's rockier moments on their debut, but under
their new name, the group began to develop an infatuation
with blue-eyed soul-pop, which they wisely develop on It
Won't Be Soon Before Long. More than develop, they
modernize it, borrowing elements of Justin Timberlake's
stylized synthesized soul, but Adam Levine is wise enough
to know that he's no young colt, like JT. He knows that
he's a pop guy, somewhat in the tradition of Hall & Oates,
but he isn't trying to be retro, he's trying to fill that
void, making records that are melodic, stylish, and
soulful, which It Won't Be Soon Before Long certainly is.
In every respect, It Won't Be Soon is a bigger album than
its predecessor: hooks pile up one after another, there's
not an ounce of fat on the songs, the production is so
immaculate that it glistens. If there were lingering
elements of Maroon 5's alt-rock past on Songs About Jane
-- primarily in its lazy, hazy vibe -- they're gone now,
replaced by the sleek, a.ssured sound of a band that's
eager to embrace its status as the big American mainstream
pop band of the decade. But Maroon 5 isn't desperately
grasping at the brass ring, they're playing it smart,
building upon the core strengths of their debut and
crafting a record that's designed to appeal to many
different listeners, from teens crushing on Nelly
Furtado's R&B makeover to adults looking for something
smooth and melodic. It Won't Be Soon Before Long appeals
to both audiences with an ease that seems effortless, but
like any modern blockbuster, this album was shepherded by
several different teams of producers, all brought in to
emphasize a different personality within the group. The
bulk of the record was cut with Spike Stent and Mike
Elizondo -- Stent worked with U2, Oasis, Bj÷rk, and Gwen
Stefani, while Elizondo had produced Fiona Apple and Pink
-- but Queens of the Stone Age producer Eric Valentine was
brought in for a couple of cuts, as was Mark Endert, who
mixed "This Love." There may have been three different
sets of producers, but the album is streamlined and
seamless, never seeming calculated even if it was clearly
made with an eye on mass appeal, and there are two reasons
for that. First, Maroon 5 has gelled as a band, developing
a clean, crisp attack that may bear traces of its
influences -- there are knowing references to Prince, the
Police, even OutKast sprinkled throughout (the keyboard on
"Little of Your Time" is a direct nod to "Hey Ya") -- but
it's a sound that's instantly identifiable as the band's
own signature. Nowhere is that more evident than in how
they can give soulful grooves like "If I Never See Your
Face Again" a rock edge -- or how they can suddenly
explode into shards of noise as they do on the coda of
"Kiwi" -- or how when the electronic instruments dominate
the production, the music still breathes like the work of
an actual band, not like something that was constructed on
a computer. But like with any good blue-eyed soul, the
reason that this album works is the songs themselves. Even
the flashiest production-driven tracks here -- the opening
one-two punch of "If I Never See Your Face Again" and
"Makes Me Wonder" -- aren't about feel; they're about the
songs, which are uniformly tight and tuneful, sounding
better with repeated plays, the way any radio-oriented pop
should. If some of the ballads aren't as distinguished as
the livelier tracks, they nevertheless are as sharply
crafted as the rest, and the end result is that It Won't
Be Soon Before Long is that rare self-stylized blockbuster
album that sounds as big and satisfying as was intended. ~
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide[/code]
 05-14-2007, 04:16 PM         #3135
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Yo whats goin on people, anyone heard of this guy Funky C his music is dope. My friend from UMGD took me to his show a while back, his style is so mixed. I just found his myspace and it said he has an album coming out on May 15th named “JOYA”. I want u guys to take a listen let me know what you think.
 9 years ago '07        #3136
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:D

1. The Trenches (Intro)
2. I'm Back
3. You Don't Pt. 2 (Raw Basement Version)
4. World Domination feat. Mingo& Arablak
5. Root Of Evil (Interlude)
6. INITOWNIT (Hot sh*t)
7. The Way It Is
8. Bad Day Part 2
9. Radio Raheem Droppin Jewels (Skit)
10. Love And Hate (Remix) feat. Camara, Crisis, Iceberg
11. Transportation
12. Frontline (Outro)
13. When U Listen feat. DJ Shame

Produced entirely by Cyrus Tha Great



Album is pretty good, my cousin Cyrus is a member of the group. I liked this sh*t alot though. Ill beats ill rhymes. Classic hip-hop.


4 mics
 9 years ago '07        #3137
Bobolob 
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^^^^ Up
 05-16-2007, 08:21 PM         #3138
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Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rap metal is dead. Linkin Park are not, because they were always more than the meager sum of that combination -- more pop and classic rock in their riffs, hooks and drive, even on Collision Course, their 2004 mash-up with Jay-Z. On Minutes to Midnight, co-produced by Rick Rubin, Linkin Park are more of something else -- topical -- and furiously good at it. In the last song, "The Little Things Give You Away," the band coolly torpedoes George W. Bush's petty, disastrous arrogance on Iraq and New Orleans (for starters), building from acoustic strum and soft-shoe electronics to magisterial Seventies-arena guitar and lacerating disgust. "All you've ever wanted was someone to truly look up to you," Chester Bennington sings. "And six feet underwater/I do."

That's not all. Bennington is not going over old-girlfriend ground when he promises, "Your time is borrowed," in the hammering thrash of "No More Sorrow." And Mike Shinoda's state-of-disbelief rap "Hands Held High" comes with military-funeral drums and an "amen" chorus. This would be as much fun as a filibuster if Linkin Park did not pay equal attention to the punch and detail in the gritty stomp "Bleed It Out" and the balled-fist guilt of "What I've Done." "Shadow of the Day" is a too-literal echo of Joshua Tree-era U2, but most of Minutes is honed, metallic pop with a hip-hop stride and a wake-up kick. "What the fu*k is wrong with me?" Bennington barks over the jingle bells and distortion in "Given Up." The answer all over this record: nothing that getting off your a.ss can't fix.

-David Fricke, Rolling Stone

props are much appreciated
 05-16-2007, 08:27 PM         #3139
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Every damn track got a feature on it.
 9 years ago '06        #3140
Bama Boy 83 heat pts83
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fu*kin rating an album before it comes out is not only pointless its just fu*kin retarded
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