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    holy shit, that verse is fuckin crack, he shoulda still kept it even tho it was a 40 cent diss, look at the guests that were announced before, sean price, mos def , priest and now blu and all of em i was anticipating but didnt hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanha View Post
    ok, what the fuck?

    who is blu?

    did i miss something?
    I thought thread was about Blu Cantrell....
    I was like "Oh shorty is back???"



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominus Santorini View Post
    I like Blu a lot and this verse fits well stylistically.

    Why would he appear on a song dissing 50 though? Seems a little random.

    Also having him on the record implies, from a battle rappers point of view, that GZA couldn't handle 50 by himself.

    His verse isn't quite lethal enough to follow up GZA's therefore, diluting the original record. I bet they threw the joint out there to see who would be interested in jumping on it and Blu did a demo for it and may or may not have turned it.
    It wasn't a diss for 50 until GZA made it so and cut Blu out.
    bring back begongo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by speakonitgod View Post
    dog we are talkin about GZA here..... not jay z's corny ass, but ALLAH JUSTICE.... sorry if i offended u but it jus sounds weird 2 hear blu's square ass on a gza record
    Like I said: Pro Tools doesn't sound like a typical Wu-Tang record so it wouldn't be weird at all to hear artists that don't fit the Wu-Tang style.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dominus Santorini View Post
    I like Blu a lot and this verse fits well stylistically.

    Why would he appear on a song dissing 50 though? Seems a little random.

    Also having him on the record implies, from a battle rappers point of view, that GZA couldn't handle 50 by himself.

    His verse isn't quite lethal enough to follow up GZA's therefore, diluting the original record. I bet they threw the joint out there to see who would be interested in jumping on it and Blu did a demo for it and may or may not have turned it.
    GZA decided to use it as a diss song after Blu recorded his verse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speakonitgod View Post
    are u serious... gza IS wu tang nigga....
    no GZA is part of Wu Tang.
    Pro Tools stylistically wasn't a Wu album in my opinion

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    In my opinion, Blu is the best emcee from the new generation. Why wouldn't you want him to be on a wu-tang record? He can talk some shit too haha (check johnson & johnson).

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