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Y'all remember when common and Ja rule threw shots at each other in 2001



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 2 years ago '15        #1
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MuchMusic  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x111
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Y'all remember when common and Ja rule threw shots at each other in 2001
 

 
Common threw the first shot on soul power

My raps the portal for the blue collar
Than made a hit and came up on a few dollars
I'd rather listen to silence then you holla
Borrowed your persona from the late that made dear mama

Ja rule threw his shot on a song in 2002
(I don't remember the song lol)
Bet he said something bout "how is common
Real hip hop when he's has a crusty beard".


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 2 years ago '13        #2
KennyX93 
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Lol wow thanks for this...This is the abstract Common album though I hate this sh*t. Im a big Common fan so I tried to listen to it but it sucks. This album is universally hated by everyone I've never met anyone that likes it lol.
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 2 years ago '15        #3
g0dfather  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Common so fuxkin underrated if u really think about it
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 2 years ago '13        #4
EZ Green  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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Never knew this. Would be dope if you had the full exchange
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 2 years ago '18        #5
Alessandro88  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Nice, never knew about this.
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 2 years ago '15        #6
MuchMusic  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x111 OP
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I really can't find the ja rule diss I think its on Irv Gotti present album and

I really don't feel like sitting through black child n Cadillac tah Verses


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 2 years ago '18        #7
Illuminati 8ob  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x10
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Never made the connection. Dope. Common never been a punk. His battle record is undefeated if I recall. Also this album is weird but still dope considering half of it is interludes & singing you just have to be open minded and in the right mood to hear it. It’s like a journey. Smoke a joint let it play start to finish well maybe a couple skips.
Definitely some gems tho...



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 2 years ago '05        #8
4REAL  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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Before 50 Cent signed to Aftermath, Ja Rule and murder Inc were really feeling themselves. Ja thought he was the new Pac, Irv wanted to gradually morph into somewhat of a Suge, and murder Inc wanted to be the new deathrow. Around this same period, I remember Ja wanting to get involved in the Nas and Jay beef, trying to side with Nas, they were going at Snoop Dogg, and I think they were even going at DMX.
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 2 years ago '19        #9
Learn1st  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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No, I don't retain negativity from 2001 in my brain.
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 2 years ago '18        #10
EastAfrican  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x14
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 4REAL said
Before 50 Cent signed to Aftermath, Ja Rule and murder Inc were really feeling themselves. Ja thought he was the new Pac, Irv wanted to gradually morph into somewhat of a Suge, and murder Inc wanted to be the new deathrow.
tbh you could say the same about Master P. n*gga wanted to be Suge.
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 2 years ago '13        #11
KennyX93 
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 Learn1st said
No, I don't retain negativity from 2001 in my brain.
That was corny. You know damn well you retain the negativity of Jay z vs Nas from 2001.
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 2 years ago '05        #12
4REAL  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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 EastAfrican said
tbh you could say the same about Master P. n*gga wanted to be Suge.
I didn't see Master P as wanting to be Suge at all. I don't recall Master P or any of his artists beefing or going at anyone. Master P created a lane for himself and become one of the biggest self-promoters in hip hop. Master P out hustled and out out-entrepreneured (if that's even a word) everyone in hip hop that came before him and maybe after him.
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 2 years ago '12        #13
OGpremo 
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 KennyX93 said
Lol wow thanks for this...This is the abstract Common album though I hate this sh*t. Im a big Common fan so I tried to listen to it but it sucks. This album is universally hated by everyone I've never met anyone that likes it lol.
Facts lol
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 2 years ago '18        #14
EastAfrican  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x14
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 4REAL said
I didn't see Master P as wanting to be Suge at all. I don't recall Master P or any of his artists beefing or going at anyone. Master P created a lane for himself and become one of the biggest self-promoters in hip hop. Master P out hustled and out out-entrepreneured (if that's even a word) everyone in hip hop that came before him and maybe after him.
Yeah P ran his label differently, but they were copyin' death Row in they music. Them n*ggas were obsessed wit death Row, n Pac. And that was before Irv n Ja became known for runnin wit Suge n Pacs style.
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 2 years ago '19        #15
Learn1st  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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 KennyX93 said
That was corny. You know damn well you retain the negativity of Jay z vs Nas from 2001.
Uh, That's Negative, Kenny.
In 2001, I was focused on seeing the south as a collective
so that everyone could feed their families.
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 2 years ago '13        #16
jaytxxl 
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 4REAL said
Before 50 Cent signed to Aftermath, Ja Rule and murder Inc were really feeling themselves. Ja thought he was the new Pac, Irv wanted to gradually morph into somewhat of a Suge, and murder Inc wanted to be the new deathrow. Around this same period, I remember Ja wanting to get involved in the Nas and Jay beef, trying to side with Nas, they were going at Snoop Dogg, and I think they were even going at DMX.
Man Irv sh*tted on a lot of people when they was on top too.. n*gga started talking reckless bout J.Lo and everything.. And you right when they signed Nas they tried to do the introduction similar to how DR did with Pac and jump into his beef fracturing they relationship with Jay.. All for Nas to back out because he saw that 50 sh*t coming and didn’t wanna be on they side when the ship started sinking.. That’s why nobody came to they aid when they was on the way down despite Irv blaming it on other sh*t..
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 2 years ago '17        #17
Pretty Tone 
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come close was my sh*t
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 2 years ago '16        #18
Hoggystyle  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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 disDformariah said
I really can't find the ja rule diss I think its on Irv Gotti present album and

I really don't feel like sit through black child n cadilatah tah Verses

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 2 years ago '16        #19
BXoldestgoon  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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 4REAL said
Before 50 Cent signed to Aftermath, Ja Rule and murder Inc were really feeling themselves. Ja thought he was the new Pac, Irv wanted to gradually morph into somewhat of a Suge, and murder Inc wanted to be the new deathrow. Around this same period, I remember Ja wanting to get involved in the Nas and Jay beef, trying to side with Nas, they were going at Snoop Dogg, and I think they were even going at DMX.
Damn they really tried to get in on Nas vs Jay? What happened? That’s crazy cause Ja first big feature was on a Jay track
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 2 years ago '09        #20
59fifty  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Well get that ja joint posted n I might entertain this sh*t...never knew this tho kinda brushed over that wack a*s album

 2 years ago '12        #21
videoshirt 
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 KennyX93 said
Lol wow thanks for this...This is the abstract Common album though I hate this sh*t. Im a big Common fan so I tried to listen to it but it sucks. This album is universally hated by everyone I've never met anyone that likes it lol.
i love this album.. my sister and i both were on it heavy when it dropped.. this album is great- i never understood the hate, i always felt someone hated it and it started a ripple effect

this album has production from j dilla, questlove, and neptunes.. some of the best tracks off top of my head were star 69 and hustle

i def caught the ja diss back then too

imo this album is phenomenal and im not trolling or kidding AT ALL

but the worst common album is universal mind control.. that is straight trash


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 2 years ago '05        #22
4REAL  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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 EastAfrican said
Yeah P ran his label differently, but they were copyin' death Row in they music. Them n*ggas were obsessed wit death Row, n Pac. And that was before Irv n Ja became known for runnin wit Suge n Pacs style.
Yes, they definitely modeled their label around Pac and the Makaveli sound, as much as they could but when you mentioned Suge, I felt that you were saying that Master P was trying to be an intimidating figurehead in hip hop.
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 2 years ago '17        #23
Naga Sadow  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x20
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 KennyX93 said
Lol wow thanks for this...This is the abstract Common album though I hate this sh*t. Im a big Common fan so I tried to listen to it but it sucks. This album is universally hated by everyone I've never met anyone that likes it lol.
Like Water For Chocolate is my favorite hip hop album of all time so I was geeked to get this. I remember going to Dartmouth mall with my girl at the time and picking it up from Best Nuy. I played it and hated it so much at the time I threw it out the window on the ride home. I didn't appreciate it until years later. To me Common should've just dealt with Dilla exclusively.

 2 years ago '17        #24
LuckyLyon 
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who’s common?

 2 years ago '15        #25
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 LuckyLyon said
who’s common?
You been on this site since 2017
And your first post is who is common?

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