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Steely Dan Snatched Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz Future!



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 2 months ago '22        #1
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Flynn  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Steely Dan Snatched Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz Future!
 

 
Never seen a sample outcome like this one in hip hop. Steely Dan took everything from these guys, even their name on the song forever. Then did a video clowning them. Woulda said F that song. It gave them one hit wonder clout, but it had to hurt performing and promoting that song for decades only to know every time it spins you're not getting a thing from it. Changed the trajectory of their career and life forever.
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 2 months ago '22        #2
JUST SAYIN 
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I GUESS THAT SAYING
"WHAT'S MINE IS MINE"
MAKES PERFECT SENSE !



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 2 months ago '17        #3
lil boosie vert 
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steely dan gang gang
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 2 months ago '06        #4
sunsetnVine 
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 lil boosie vert said
steely dan gang gang
Stely dan was a baaaaad group. Pops used to n still does play they shyt




They had some funky work… i always wondered how the heck gunz oulled off that sample. The original was a classic…. Now i know





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 2 months ago '06        #5
sunsetnVine 
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Whale damn….. ether lol. They aint do kanye n others this bd. Peter n them must have pushed the track then doubled bk
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 2 months ago '18        #6
Ruga's Rib Shack  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x28
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OP back at it making 10 minute videos rambling ON and ON about other men and their wasted potential

Mind you, what he's saying could be done in 30 seconds, but he has to absolutely MILK the YouTube revenue past the time threshold

Can't articulate himself for jack sh*t

CHATTY PATTY

At least with other chatty patties they have charisma/personality

OP adds absolutely nothing to the universe and tries to sell $60/hr "basketball consulting"




What a fu*king bozo

Imagine being @, a 40 year old homos*xual who's addicted to meth and spams Boxden all day


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 2 months ago '18        #7
Orndorf2 
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Sounds about right. The song (Steely Dans) was a hit before they rapped over it. If they couldn’t have a hit without the sample then they didn’t deserve much. Steely Dan are notoriously sticklers for details and hard on musicians in their band and control freaks. This record alone didn’t make them rich…they were rich already. Wrong band to clumsily sample. Tough break.
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 2 months ago '18        #8
Orndorf2 
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 sunsetnVine said


Whale damn….. ether lol. They aint do kanye n others this bd. Peter n them must have pushed the track then doubled bk
Timing. When Peter & Tariq sampled it was when rappers were just grabbing tracks and not clearing the samples. When musicians would find out (song has success) they were going to court. Musicians were also pissed that it was their exact music being played and weren’t gonna see no bread from it?! Think about Can’t touch this by Hammer…that’s all Rick James.

Anyway, by the time Kanye sampled Steely Dan, hip hop had properly getting samples cleared appropriately…so musicians got paid and weren’t pissed and no need to sue.
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 2 months ago '16        #9
00010111  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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 sunsetnVine said


Whale damn….. ether lol. They aint do kanye n others this bd. Peter n them must have pushed the track then doubled bk
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 2 months ago '17        #10
RayDonovan 
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 Ruga's Rib Shack said
OP back at it making 10 minute videos rambling ON and ON about other men and their wasted potential

Mind you, what he's saying could be done in 30 seconds, but he has to absolutely MILK the YouTube revenue past the time threshold

Can't articulate himself for jack sh*t

CHATTY PATTY

At least with other chatty patties they have charisma/personality

OP adds absolutely nothing to the universe and tries to sell $60/hr "basketball consulting"




What a fu*king bozo

Imagine being @, a 40 year old homos*xual who's addicted to meth and spams Boxden all day
Lol so thats op that makes these videos??

Yea ive seen a few and a feel you.. dude is like a cooler talking version of karceno lol

One vid said nelly held murphy lee back

2 seconds.. i mean minutes due to the slow talking he says murph said he didnt goto signings and wasnt a public person and didnt do the fame stuff so thats what held him back

Another video said game released his first mixtape with bws get low then came out with the documentary.. clearly wrong as get low was jt label and bws wasnt even formed 2 years prior to the documentary

A bunch of his stuff sounds believable to those that have no clue, but basically dude reads wikipedia write ups and regurgitates them with his own spin
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 2 months ago '10        #11
Bandito  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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 Orndorf2 said
Timing. When Peter & Tariq sampled it was when rappers were just grabbing tracks and not clearing the samples. When musicians would find out (song has success) they were going to court. Musicians were also pissed that it was their exact music being played and weren’t gonna see no bread from it?! Think about Can’t touch this by Hammer…that’s all Rick James.

Anyway, by the time Kanye sampled Steely Dan, hip hop had properly getting samples cleared appropriately…so musicians got paid and weren’t pissed and no need to sue.
Peter Gunz broke down what happened. Puff was going to use the same sample with The Lox. When Deja Vu came out he changed his mind. Steely Dan taxed Gunz & Tariq for the money they lost out on from Puff changing his mind.


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 2 months ago '18        #12
No Religion  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x9
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That's a dope and respectable channel OP. Can respect it not being the typical gossip blog with some idiot popping up talking about the latest bullsh*t going on. Keep up the great work. If you have a f*g**t type spambot troll dissing you're doing something right.
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 2 months ago '19        #13
3rdi  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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That's how it goes. Ask Puff about Missing You. All they had to do was handle some business and that would have been a check for life. They tried to dance around it and lost out big time.
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 2 months ago '18        #14
Dehone 
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"PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEG"

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 2 months ago '06        #15
LYTE 
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 Bandito said
Peter Gunz broke down what happened. Puff was going to use the same sample with The Lox. When Deja Vu came out he changed his mind. Steely Dan taxed Gunz & Tariq for the money they lost out on from Puff changing his mind.


For reference to whomever never heard the song




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 2 months ago '04        #16
Magnificent Phoenix|m 
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 Flynn said


Never seen a sample outcome like this one in hip hop. Steely Dan took everything from these guys, even their name on the song forever. Then did a video clowning them. Woulda said F that song. It gave them one hit wonder clout, but it had to hurt performing and promoting that song for decades only to know every time it spins you're not getting a thing from it. Changed the trajectory of their career and life forever.
My God, your delivery is so slow, and nothing interesting was included that we couldn't just read on Wikipedia. This video should have been 3 minutes max. Your video was 4x as long as it should have been, but I know you aimed for over 10 minutes to get your profits.
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 2 months ago '13        #17
diamondsxmoney 
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Stealy Dan
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 2 months ago '15        #18
R WiZ 
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 Orndorf2 said
Timing. When Peter & Tariq sampled it was when rappers were just grabbing tracks and not clearing the samples. When musicians would find out (song has success) they were going to court. Musicians were also pissed that it was their exact music being played and weren’t gonna see no bread from it?! Think about Can’t touch this by Hammer…that’s all Rick James.

Anyway, by the time Kanye sampled Steely Dan, hip hop had properly getting samples cleared appropriately…so musicians got paid and weren’t pissed and no need to sue.
From what I understand, Kanye pays for all his samples. He doesn't front on paying out the bread.

 2 months ago '15        #19
Kno 
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If I had a hit record and somebody used a barely adjusted sample to make another hit record I’d want my money too lol.

It’s that steely Dan groove that makes it go if we’re being honest.

And I love both versions!
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 2 months ago '18        #20
Orndorf2 
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 Bandito said
Peter Gunz broke down what happened. Puff was going to use the same sample with The Lox. When Deja Vu came out he changed his mind. Steely Dan taxed Gunz & Tariq for the money they lost out on from Puff changing his mind.


Good clip…however he doesn’t answer the initial question directly. Did you proceed without clearing the sample? He then goes on to describe how they didn’t clear it…until the song had “legs”. Then they got offers from labels for 1mill or so. I’m sure Steely Dan had people that knew of those offers and decided instead of getting ripped that they would play hardball with them. Bad break for Peter.
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 2 months ago '15        #21
JRob1125 
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sh*t was one of the laziest samples of the 90s
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 2 months ago '14        #22
xanaxandbeer 
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I miss the lazy sample era. Labels fu*ked everything up by being greedy. If artists were getting paid they wouldnt care
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 2 months ago '05        #23
P DRILLA 
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this too?

 2 months ago '16        #24
BathWaterMelody  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13
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my only question is why didn't the label clear the sample?

 2 months ago '19        #25
Witness102  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x14
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Well - no one would know who Peter Gunnz is AT ALL - if it weren't for that song.

So he may not have made cash off the record -

But he made a career out of the fame it brought.

Fair trade I'd say.
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