Old Skool Chicks, Still Make'n Hits
"Aaliyah" Ft. "Drake" - "Enough Said"
"Brandy" Ft. "Chris Brown" - "Put It Down" (Video)
MAAAANNNNN!!!! Who authorized this? I've been waiting for these rap dudes to jump on "Aaliyah's", hype, I'm surprised it wasn't done way before now, but this is some BULL!!!!
Man, "Aaliyah", sounded GREAT, BEAUTIFUl & ANGELIC, but "Drake", came over this track HELLA WHACK!
She's talking about baby talk to me and he's talking about dudes and other chicks rather their hate'n or what ever, instead of being sweet to "Aaliyah". I didn't get it.
Now, I'm not riding on the "slow bus", I get he's spill'n his guts about industry woes and saying what's on his mind, but this is "Aaliyah", not some ratchet hood chick, and from her hook it sounds like a relationship track, not a n*gga's is hate'n on me track.<<SMH
"Brandy" Ft. "Chris Brown"
"Put It Down"
"Girl I Know You Fancy, But This Party I'm Financing"
Ummm, if this aint the theme song to my life. I need to go ahead and put this in with my disclaimer on the waiver right next to my "no stalking" clause. (lol)
I'm actually feel'n this right here. "Imma put it down, you gone fall in love".
>>Sheeee's Back!!! "Brandy", still sounds like herself, which I give her much respect for. She even tried to get her flow on, a lil bit. She held her own, really didn't need "Chris Brown", but he put it down, like he was supposed to. And him with no shirt, makes me want to lift my skirt. <<Lil Boy, Lil Boy.....
"Almost Lose It"
Ft "Rick Ross" - "Don't Be Scared"
Man, from the title, I didn't think this would be a wedding type song, but I do like the words coming out of his mouth.
I think "Almost Lose It" is sweet for the meaning, but wasn't really feeling it. If the whole song would of been like the break down at the end of the song, it would of been the bomb!!!! (3:07)
"Trey Songz" Ft. "Rick Ross"
"Don't Be Scared"
"Truth Or Truth"
"See Dead People"
Off "Gangsta Grillz" Mixtape Dropping Before Their "Welcome To: Our House" Album
"Slaughter House" getting ready to release their album "Welcome To: Our House" drop 14 minutes of funk for you to slap in your trunk, "Truth Or Truth", is sooo dope.
"Truth Or Truth" is what you want to slap on the way-way, light what you light and ride out for the night.
"Truth Or Truth" (14:26)
"See Dead People"
"Kendrick Lamar" Ft "Young Jeezy"
"Westside, Right On Time"
Eh, this beat is smack'n. "Kendrick Lamar's" first verse put the curse on the track, and guaranteed "Young Jeezy" couldn't come whack.