Filed under: Promos & Exclusives,Steady Bootleggin',Video Clips
Written by: silent minority
“Do my big (door) knockers turn you on, baby?”
silent minority comes through with another ten video downloads for everyone who’s sick of muddy YouTube clips. I’ve taken the liberty to add some snarky commentary in italics.
Further photographic evidence that the sun really does shine out of The Ruler’s ass.
I was reading a Cormega interview where he mentioned he has to play this track at least 5 times or
something. Had to laugh, seeing as I’ve literally worn-out tapes through playing this.
Chick: “Yo, is that Nas over there and shit?” Sosa: “Oh word? I mean eff that dude!”
Great video, I have a feeling the concept has been done before but not this well, at least not
in hip-hop. Ask yourself, which one are you?
The fellas pile into Dru Ha‘s van for another White Castle run.
Got to say, out of all the mid-90’s East Coast resurgence, of the street oriented crews these guys
had a lot of positivity in their music, if you dug deep enough.
Rock and Starang smash this track. Sean Price gets all the shine today but I remember thinking
at that time that nobody would want to mess with Rock, unless they were INSANE.
Would you buy a used ostrich from this man?
I got a letter from the government, the other day……
Where I live, there’s advertisements popping up saying, ‘Does your neighbour look suspicious? He could be a terrorist, call this
number, we’ll decide for you’.
I remember something like that happened in Austria, or was it Germany? What’s next, Bush Youth and Gordon Brown Youth movements?
“Watch me stick my whole fist into my mouth! It’s an awesome party trick!”
Too bad Q-Tip isn’t in the video version.
Kelis and Nas in ten years?
The coke without the cola, energy and fuel for homo-thugs everywhere.
Uh oh, looks like God’s Son got yapped for his chain again.
Thinking back, Nas caught a lot of flack for this remix but lyrically, it was deep. Flow was practically flawless.
Back from a shopping spree at Stezo‘s “Just Denim”.
If hip-hop really is dead, let’s reminisce.
I think hip-hop is most probably alive, but that crystal pimping crack ish is on life support. What’s next?
I doubt anyone in power will let another Public Enemy be created, so it’s most likely the Daisy Age again. I can live with that.
More than likely, rap will not be used and it’ll be rock or dance to keep the kids captivated again.
Rap’s been pimped out, but who put the HO in hip-hop?
Some minor “down-blouse” action for all you rain-coaters.
Best R&B/Rap track after the Jody Watley/Rakim track, besides the Mary J./Tek N Steele.
Chick: “I can’t believe I agreed to be in this one-hit wonders video and he made me bring my own sweatsuit”.
Back in the days, I used to wish I was older……..
When every clan and mob were going on champagne, crack-fueled binges, this dude came with some honesty. It’s appreciated.
Hate all you want, this track is dope.
All is forgiven for that Skee-Lo joint.
Another Rick The Ruler presentation.
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