2 more up , Got Your money and Ghost Deini, any thoughts on Deini making the list?
Last edited by beautifulcock; 06-03-2008 at 03:39 PM.
Last edited by beautifulcock; 06-03-2008 at 03:55 PM.
My metaphors'll keep out The Projects
Rap connects'll keep me correct
Eh yo, I wrote this on Donnie roof
After his funeral, on one knee
Thinkin his killer's followin me
So to my nigga Donnie, up there
Can you please tell God that we fucked up here?
We got beer, weed, guns, AIDS
All these obsticles, it's hard to make it nowadays
Watch the Devil in it, some say it's our fault
If that's the answer, you know smokin can cause cancer
Let me drop a bracelet, leave a chain behind
My tape stay at the beginnin cuz that's how they rewind
Y'all know how we dine, we don't eat swine, and we don't drink wine
If you don't bring me some motherfuckin cognac, I kill you
I can't feel you
Ain't in my senses, and you ain't in my dollars
I fuck with rockwilders, no leashes, no collars
Brolic scholars, that's Ghost Deini!
Yeah it's pretty weak and flows horribly if I remember rightly.
Haven't listened to SC in a while.
Definitely not top 101.
When I look at the tracks posted some are not in the same league as others, IMO.
Raw Hide, Severe Punishment etc, would not be fucked with by tracks like Gravel Pit or Fam Members Only, in any list of mine.
Oh yeah, forgot to say MAD PROPS on the list dude.
Ghost Deini is crack. Superbs verse was nice. "My Tape stay at the the beginning cause that's how they rewind" Ghostface murked the track. The beat is classic...
Iron Flag #83??? Thats top 20 material....
just a minor correction, "Ghost Deini" was produced by The Blaquesmiths according to my booklet.. but maybe there was another producer for the album version (which is the remix), i been wondering about this.
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o This version contained a sample which was refused clearance. An early version found its way onto an album sampler. The beat was used earlier on the track "Bastards" (Performed by Wu-Tang affiliated group "Ruthless Bastards") which can be found on the Wu-Tang Killa Bees album "Wu-Tang Killa Bees: The Swarm".
the album version is Mathematics, and I'm getting that from Wikipedia
If you remember, the liner notes from that album were very very wrong.