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    Could they not clear the sample for the track Wu-Block or something?

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    I'm pretty sure Ghost didn't pay for old Jay Dee & PR beats Jin

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    Dilla made Whip You With A Strap for Ghost iirc...

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    defjam would definitely have to pay to license those instrumentals. they were all released before fishscale, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow Daene View Post
    defjam would definitely have to pay to license those instrumentals. they were all released before fishscale, no?
    Paying for already released beats, isn't that going too far? Donuts came out before FishScale, but Dilla already gave the beat to Ghost hence the name One For Ghost (Whip You With A Strap - FishScale)

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    Quote Originally Posted by josborne3680 View Post
    Yeah had fingers crossed for a RZA or Alchemist beat but oh well. If it sounds good though then I seriously dont care. Let u know on Tuesday. Peace
    alc has been irrelevant for 5 years and rza triple that time.
    move on ppl. i listened to the album without reading the credits or any of the internet BS. It's that fuckin hard white nigga. that shit is fucking harder than shit.

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    who the fuck wrote this, it's ERICK Sermon, not Eric... have some respect to the legends
    bring back begongo!!

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    the no names did not come thru, except Term and Shrooms

    beats leave alot to be desired
    poppa large, big shot on the east coast..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jin10304 View Post
    "you save a hell of a lot of money going with unknowns rather than big name producers. Ghost been doing that, hes been doin that since 718."

    Not entirely true. Fishscale had big names it (2006)...Pete, Doom, Just Blaze, Jay Dee
    true but for the most part Ghost hasnt gone with big name producers, Im sure he thinking I'll slide this cat a G for a dope beat and keep a little more of the advance in my pocket.
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    the beats on the album are FIRE

    i swear you pussies are the worst...

    the fuck is a name producer in 2012!?!?!?!?!?!

    overpriced HACKS...

    the beats on this album >>> boring ass bronze naz shit that 200 people in the whole world think is good

    "i want a name looping samples!!!!!"

    bronze naz probably sent a batch of beats that put ghost and sheek to sleep... wu elements is either posting on the internet about albums that dont exist, using mcdonalds for wi fi cuz theyre homeless... or catching rape charges

    name recognition is nice but i listen to the beats... the beats are good

    wu tang and d block drop a gutter LP full of bangers and wu corp is depressed...

    unbelievable

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSA View Post
    alc has been irrelevant for 5 years and rza triple that time.
    move on ppl. i listened to the album without reading the credits or any of the internet BS. It's that fuckin hard white nigga. that shit is fucking harder than shit.
    someone hasnt been paying any attention to hiphop this year...

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    Well said Sparrow. Actually Alchemist is probably the most relevant hip hop producer in the last 10 years or so. Obviously debatable. Copping this regardless, only track I heard was title track that didnt even make cut. Potential to be my top album this year. peace

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    alchemist was like the VIP producer this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by REANIMATED View Post
    the beats on the album are FIRE

    i swear you pussies are the worst...

    the fuck is a name producer in 2012!?!?!?!?!?!

    overpriced HACKS...

    the beats on this album >>> boring ass bronze naz shit that 200 people in the whole world think is good

    "i want a name looping samples!!!!!"

    bronze naz probably sent a batch of beats that put ghost and sheek to sleep... wu elements is either posting on the internet about albums that dont exist, using mcdonalds for wi fi cuz theyre homeless... or catching rape charges

    name recognition is nice but i listen to the beats... the beats are good

    wu tang and d block drop a gutter LP full of bangers and wu corp is depressed...

    unbelievable

    Not unbelievable at all dude, come to expect that type of shit from this board nowdays lol

    Sean P, Roc Marcy, Action Bronson, and others...

    all dropping pure heat, and this board does nothing but complain haha

    One minute its complaints about HipHop music being soft, soon as some hardbody shit comes out, complain about that too..




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    hiphop is sounding good to me right now

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