Goldies

  • WC And The Maad Circle - Ain't A Damn Thang Changed (1991) | Official Video
    From the album "Ain't A Damn Thang Changed" Produced by Crazy Toones

    Priority Records, 1991.

    Minority Alliance of Anti-Discrimination (MAAD Circle). Named and Executive Produced by Ice Cube, childhood/neighborhood friend of the group. From South Central Los Angeles, California. Consisting of brothers WC and DJ Crazy Toones, also Big Gee (South Central LA) and Coolio from Compton. Formed after the split of Low Profile.
    Also associated with the group was Coolio's younger brother P.S. Pookie and OG Los Angeles Rapper, Mad CJ Mac.

    Legendary Hip Hop Producer and DJ Sir Jinx and Lench Mob DJ Chilly Chill were the main producers for the group. With Toones on co-production and cuts, WC and Ice Cube chose some of the samples used on the first album. The album also featured guest appearances by J. Dee of the Lench Mob, MC Eiht of Compton's Most Wanted, and a fictional character named "Granny"-who poses as WC and Crazy Toone's grandmother in skits throughout both albums and DJ Crazy Toones's 1996 mixtape, "That Nigga's Crazy: Presents MAAD Circle Underground".
    On their sophmore release, "Curb Servin", DJ Crazy Toones took most of the production responsibilities.

    Film director F. Gary Gray ("Straight Outta Compton") can be seen acting in MAAD Circle's music video "Dress Code".
    Their music video "Ain't A Damn Thing Changed" features guest appearances by Cypress Hill, Ice Cube, and Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E..

    The group was given homage by Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar on his debut album titled "Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City".

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  • Ultramagnetic MC's Feat. Godfather Don - Raise It Up (1993) | Official Vide...
    From the album "The Four Horsemen" Produced by Godfather Don

    Wild Pitch Records, 1993.

    The Ultramagnetic MCs is an American hip hop group based in Bronx, New York. Founded by Kool Keith, the group also includes Ced Gee, TR Love, and Moe Love. Tim Dog became an unofficial member in 1989. In 1990, DJ Jaycee was added as Roadmanager and backup DJ. Big.D was put down with the crew by Kool Keith in 1989. In 2006 Kool Keith and Big.D formed the supergroup The Commissioner, and in 1999 Big.D and D.J Moe-Love also formed the powerhouse group Slaughterhouse-Cartel. A former member, Rooney Roon, was fired following an assault arrest. Beat-boxing legend Rahzel was also involved with the group early in its career. The group's work was associated with unorthodox sampling, polysyllabic rhymes, and bizarre lyrical imagery.

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  • Brothers GRYM - How Do Ya Do
    Previously unreleased track from the late Too Poetic (aka Grym Reaper of the Gravediggaz) and his brother Brainstorm, from Chopped Herring Records
  • Grand Daddy I.U. - Represent (1994) | Official Video
    From the album "Lead Pipe" Produced by Grand Daddy I.U. & Kay Cee

    Cold Chillin'/Epic Records, 1994.

    Grand Daddy I.U. is an American emcee who was born in Queens, New York, active during the golden age of hip-hop. He states his nom de plume is similar to the pronunciation of his first name, "Ayyub" (ah-yoob).

    Grand Daddy I.U. was raised in Hempstead, Long Island, and was encouraged to begin performing by his brother DJ Kay Cee. He recorded a demo tape and gave it to Biz Markie, who signed him to the label Cold Chillin' Records in 1989. In 1990 he released his debut, Smooth Assassin, which spawned his one and only hit "Something New" (which sampled James & Bobby Purify's only hit—their signature tune "I'm Your Puppet"). He became noted for his high-end sartorial choices, always appearing in public wearing a suit and tie.

    Grand Daddy I.U. appeared as a guest on several hip hop albums in the 1990s, including Big L's Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous and Positive K's The Skills Dat Pay Da Bills.

    Grand Daddy I.U. did ghostwriting and production work for Markie and Roxanne Shanté but became disenchanted with Markie over a dispute involving publishing credits for the tracks on his debut. He released a sophomore effort, Lead Pipe, in 1994, but the album received little promotion, and Grand Daddy I.U. quit emceeing for nearly a decade.

    Grand Daddy I.U. continued to do production work in hip-hop for Das EFX, Heltah Skeltah, KRS-One, and Ice-T, among others. He issued a third album, Stick to the Script, in 2007, featuring production from Large Professor and Marco Polo and appearances from 2Pac, DV Alias Khrist and Pudgee Tha Phat Bastard. In 2017 he reunited with long-time collaborator Pudgee Tha Phat Bastard on the album Still Hear by Long Island emcee Lantz. The pair featured together on 2 songs, "Til The Casket" and "Yesterday".

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  • Prophecy - This Far
  • RZA as Prince Rakeem - Ooh I Love You Rakeem (1991) | Official Video
    From the EP "Ooh I Love You Rakeem" Produced by Prince Rakeem

    Tommy Boy Records, 1991.

    Ooh, I Love You, Rakeem is an EP that Robert Diggs released on Tommy Boy Records in 1991 under the name Prince Rakeem. Diggs is best known as RZA, the primary producer of Wu-Tang Clan.

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  • Ras Kass - The Evil That Men Do (1996)
    https://www.discogs.com/de/Ras-Kass-Soul-On-Ice/release/789575
  • Capone-N-Noreaga Feat. Tragedy Khadafi - T.O.N.Y. (Top Of New York) (Explicit) (...
    From the album "The War Report" Produced by Carlos "Six July" Broady & Nashiem Myrick

    Penalty Recordings, 1997.

    Capone-N-Noreaga (also known as C-N-N) is an American hip hop duo formed in 1995, from Queens, New York City, New York. The duo includes East Coast rappers Capone and N.O.R.E..

    In October 1995, Capone-N-Noreaga appeared in The Source magazine's "Unsigned Hype" column. In 1996, the duo secured a recording contract with Neil Levine's Penalty Recordings. In 1996, before the group’s debut album was completed, Capone was jailed for a parole violation, and Noreaga finished their debut album The War Report, with the help of various fellow New York City hip-hop acts, including Mobb Deep and Tragedy Khadafi. The album was met with critical and commercial acclaim; it also saw the group partake in the conflict between Death Row Records and Bad Boy Entertainment, making it a more widespread East Coast/West Coast rivalry, responding to West Coast hip hop duo Tha Dogg Pound's single "New York, New York", with their own rendition of "L.A L.A".

    In 2000, the group released The Reunion, their second album on Tommy Boy Records. The album was similarly star-studded but suffered from mixed reviews. Additionally, Capone had once again been sent to prison before its release for violating a probation sentence on gun possession, which undermined promotion of the album. Soon after, in 2001, Capone-n-Noreaga jumped ship to prominent label Def Jam. As Tommy Boy retained the rights to the names Capone-n-Noreaga and Noreaga, because the company claimed that the duo owed it more recordings, the group shortened its name to CNN, and Noreaga billed himself as N.O.R.E. (or NORE) for his solo work. The duo recorded a new album in 2003, titled New Religion, with a lead single "Yes, Sir," which was issued on mixtapes and promoted with a music video. The single failed to make an impact, and the album was ultimately shelved. A compilation of several tracks was released in 2004, entitled "What Up 2 Da Hood Thugged Out",

    Later that year, the duo found itself implicated in a non-fatal shooting between rival hip-hop groups, one of which included fellow Queens-based rapper Lil' Kim, after a chance encounter outside New York radio station Hot 97. Capone-n-Noreaga have denied any involvement in the shooting, for which the group was not charged. In early 2005, Def Jam released Capone from his contract while retaining N.O.R.E.; Capone released his solo debut album Pain, Time, and Glory, later the same year.

    In 2006, N.O.R.E. brought up the possibility of a Capone-n-Noreaga reunion and a new album. On June 12, 2008, the duo released a mixtape titled Back on That Q.U. Shit. CNN released Channel 10, their third studio album, on March 17, 2009, referencing the name of a song from their debut album, The War Report. Channel 10 was put together with the assistance of longtime friend DJ EFN. The album's lead single, titled "Rotate", features Busta Rhymes and Ron Browz, and was produced by the latter. American record producers DJ Premier, Havoc, and The Alchemist—among others—also provided production for the album.

    In 2010, the duo had teamed up once again to release their fourth album in June. The album, titled The War Report 2: Report the War as a sequel to their debut, was released to slight fanfare. At that point, the duo recalibrated and decided to return to focusing on solo efforts. In June 2011, N.O.R.E. announced via his Twitter account, that the group had disbanded and that he would continue to focus on his solo career. In March 2013, N.O.R.E. and Capone called into radio personality Sway Calloway's morning radio show, to announce they had once again reunited.

    In August 2016, the duo also had a collaboration with Supreme, a streetwear clothing company. This collaboration with Supreme is based on the duo's "The War Report" and includes a waffle thermal longsleeved crewneck shirt and shorts, t-shirt, hooded sweatshirt and a skateboard deck which features Capone-N-Noreaga's original album artwork from The War Report.

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  • Masta Ace - Music Man (1990) | Official Video
    From the album "Take A Look Around" Produced by Marley Marl

    Cold Chillin'/Reprise Records, 1990.

    Take a Look Around is the debut album from hip hop artist Masta Ace, originally known as Master Ace. After appearing on the classic hip hop crew cut "The Symphony" with the Juice Crew in 1988, Ace released his first single, "Together" b/w "Letter to the Better" in 1989. The former is included here, as well as a remixed version of "Letter to the Better." The album also featured two hip-hop hits, "Music Man" and "Me & the Biz," a tribute of sorts to labelmate Biz Markie, in which Ace plays the role of both himself and Biz (who reportedly couldn't make it to the studio for the actual collaboration he desired).

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  • O.G.C. (Originoo Gunn Clappaz) - Bounce To The Ounce (Explicit) (1999) | Officia...
    From the album "The M-Pire Shrikez Back" Produced by Black Market

    Duck Down Records/Priority Records, 1999

    The M-Pire Shrikez Back is the second studio album by the hip hop group O.G.C. (Originoo Gunn Clappaz), members of the supergroup Boot Camp Clik. The album received strong reviews but commercially sold the fewest units of the Boot Camp's second releases. The single "Bounce to the Ounce" received moderate airplay, but not enough to attract strong sales.

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  • Virtuoso - Omnipotence (Prod. by DJ Madsol-Desar) (1997)
    From the 1997 compilation album release: "Rebel Alliance LP."
  • Persevere (of Sub Contents) & Bzy Moe (of KHz Devils) - Say Something (Prod....
    From the Mr. Aeks 1999 album release: "Savagery's Blunted Blade."
  • N.S of the O.N.E Corporation - Insomniack Museick (Prod. by Mr. Supreme) (1996)
    From the 1996 compilation album release: "14 Fathoms Deep."
  • Sah-B - That's How It Is In The Biz (1994)
  • Laster - Gone With The Wind
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  • Lord Finesse Feat. Marquee & Missy - Gameplan (1995) | Official Video
    From the album "The Awakening" Produced by Lord Finesse

    Penalty Recordings, 1995.

    Lord Finesse is a Hip Hop artist and producer, hailing from The Bronx, New York. In 1989, Finesse, and his former partner DJ Mike Smooth, signed to Wild Pitch Records, home to other popular Hip Hop artists like Gang Starr, Main Source, Chill Rob G, Percee P, and O.C.. In 1990, the duo released their debut album Funky Technician. He was hailed for his strong lyrical ability and clever punchline delivery. The album featured production from future star beat-makers DJ Premier, Diamond D and Showbiz. Finesse became the leader of the popular New York underground crew D.I.T.C., an acronym for 'Diggin In The Crates'. Future members included Showbiz & A.G., Diamond D, Fat Joe, O.C., Buckwild and the late Big L. The crew is responsible for releasing some of the most heralded underground hip-hop albums of the 90's, including Show & AG's Runaway Slave, O.C.'s Word…Life and Big L's Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous.
    Finesse returned as a solo artist in late 1991 with his sophomore effort, Return Of The Funky Man. The album featured guest appearances from Percee P and AG. The albums title track peaked at #13 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. In 1992, Finesse discovered a young rapper freestyling in the back of a local record store, the young kid went by the name of Big L. He enlisted the young rapper to make an appearance on the remix to his song "Yes You May". In 1994, Finesse make a production appearance on The Notorious B.I.G.'s classic debut Ready to Die, on the track "Suicidal Thoughts". In 1995, he produced a portion of Big L's debut album Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous, including the hit single "M.V.P.". He finally returned as an artist in 1996 with the acclaimed album The Awakening. Finesse produced the entire album himself, and enlisted a large number of guests, including O.C., KRS-One, MC Lyte, Akinyele, Showbiz and A.G., Diamond D, and Kid Capri. The underground hit "Actual Facts", featuring Sadat X, Grand Puba and Large Professor, was included as a hidden track on the album.
    Finesse hasn't released a studio album since this effort, but has continued his production work. In 1997, he produced the title track to O.C.'s acclaimed effort Jewelz. Finesse released a mixtape called Diggin' On Blue in 1999. Later in the year, he produced the track "The Message" on Dr. Dre's seminal 2001. Finesse is currently working on a Funky Technician remix project, as well as a new D.I.T.C. album. And, with the help of DJ Premier, is working on a posthumous Big L album.

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  • No I.D. - Sky's The Limit (1997)
    1997 Album: "Accept Your Own & Be Yourself (The Black Album)"
  • O.G.C. (Originoo Gunn Clappaz) - Hurricane Starang/Danjer (Explicit) (1996) | Of...
    From the album "Da Storm" Produced by Mr. Walt/Baby Paul

    Featuring Da Rockness Monsta from Heltah Skeltah.

    Duck Down Records/Priority Records, 1996.

    O.G.C.
    (Originoo Gunn Clappaz) is a Hip Hop group consisting of members Jack
    McNair (a.k.a. Starang Wondah) (Gunn Clappa Numba One, also known as Big
    Will, Hurricane Starang and Strang Da Beast From Da East), Barret
    Powell (a.k.a. Louieville Sluggah) (Gunn Clappa Numba Two, also known as
    Hennyville Guzzler or Henny), and Dashawn Jamal Yates (a.k.a. Top Dog)
    (Gunn Clappa Numba Three, also known as Big Kahuna and D-O). The group
    is mostly known through their membership in the Boot Camp Clik, along
    with Buckshot, Smif-N-Wessun and Heltah Skeltah.

    O.G.C. debuted
    on Smif-N-Wessun's 1995 album Dah Shinin', appearing on the tracks
    "Sound Bwoy Bureill" and "Cession At Da Doghillee". Later in 1995, they
    teamed up with Heltah Skeltah to form The Fab 5, and released the single
    "Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka," which became a Billboard Hot 100 hit,
    peaking at #75 on the chart. In October 1996, they released their debut
    album Da Storm, which went on to sell 250,000 in the United States. Two
    music videos were released from the album, "No Fear", and a dual video
    for "Hurricane Starang" and "Danjer" titled "Hurricane Danjer". Though
    the album didn't receive as much attention or as many sales as the other
    Boot Camp releases, Da Storm received good reviews, and is seen by some
    as an underground classic. The three released a group album with the
    Clik in 1997, titled For the People. The album received mediocre
    reviews, and the Clik's popularity began to decline.

    O.G.C.
    released their second album, The M-Pire Shrikez Back, in 1999. The album
    received strong reviews, but sold little numbers, and the single
    "Bounce to the Ounce" wasn't able to make an impact. The trio was
    missing from the scene until 2002, when the Boot Camp returned with
    their second group album The Chosen Few. The three temporarily retired
    as a group, but continued work with the Boot Camp Clik, and were
    featured on the Camp's third group album, The Last Stand in 2006. The
    group is still with the Boot Camp and still records.

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  • Sub Contents - Sub Level Abyss (ft. The Underbombers) (Prod. by Fanatik) (1996)
    Track 07 from the unreleased EP: "Sub Contents." Rare Northern CA Rap.

    http://www.discogs.com/Sub-Contents-S...
  • Del Tha Funkee Homosapien - Wrong Place (1993) | Official Video
    From the album "No Need For Alarm" Produced by Del! The Funky Homosapien

    Elektra Records, 1993.

    Teren Delvon Jones (born August 12, 1972), better known as Del the Funky Homosapien or Sir DZL, is an alternative American hip hop MC, producer and singer.

    orn in Oakland, California, he is the cousin of seminal west coast rapper Ice Cube, and began his career writing lyrics for Ice Cube's group, Da Lench Mob. In 1991, with the help of Ice Cube, Del released his first solo album, I Wish My Brother George Was Here,[2] at the age of 18. The album was a commercial success largely due to the popularity of the hit single, "Mistadobalina". Ultimately Del, who was not pleased with the limited musical range of the album, severed his production-artist relationship with Ice Cube for his next album, No Need for Alarm.

    No Need for Alarm saw the introduction of the Oakland clique Hieroglyphics, whose original members included Souls of Mischief (Opio, A-Plus, Phesto and Tajai), Casual, Pep Love, Del, and producer Domino. No Need for Alarm helped to expose both the regional Oakland sound of hip hop, as well as the freestyle based, "golden era 90's" style of hip hop being expanded at the time.

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  • La The Darkman - Polluted Wisdom (1998)
  • Group Home - Stupid Muthaf*ckas (Explicit) (1999) | Official Video
    From the album "A Tear For The Ghetto" Produced by Alchemist

    Replay Records, 1999.

    Jamal Felder aka Melachi The Nutcracker and James Heath aka Lil' Dap are a Hip Hop duo from New York City, New York, USA. They first appeared as guests on 'I'm The Man' and 'Speak Ya Clout' from Gang Starr's 'Daily Operation' and 'Hard To Earn' albums. In 1995, the group released its debut album 'Livin' Proof'. The album was very well received, mainly due to DJ Premier's production work. 

    Group Home have since then parted ways with the Gang Starr Foundation. A second album 'A Tear For The Ghetto' was released in 1999.

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  • Shyheim - This Iz Real (1996) | Official Video
    From the album "The Lost Generation" Produced by RNS

    Noo Trybe Records, 1996.

    Shyheim (Shyheim Dionel Franklin) is an American rapper and actor affiliated with the Wu-Tang Clan The youngest having grown up in Staten Island around members of the entire group. He is closely linked to GP Wu, along with other extended Wu affiliates such as Killarmy and Sunz Of Man. His main producer originally was RNS who got him his first record deal.

    Shyheim's Virgin Records debut, AKA the Rugged Child. It included the hit single "On and On" the video of which featured Method Man, and the album rose to #7 on the US Billboard R&B chart.

    Shyheim joined others, notably The Fugees, to provide a free concert to deaf children in a summer camp in 1996.

    Shyheim released another album in 1996, The Lost Generation, which featured members of G.P. Wu and Brooklyn Zu. He also shared the stage with the Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur, and Big Daddy Kane at Madison Square Garden, for a live freestyle session. He also made an appearance on Big Daddy Kane's "Show & Prove," which featured Ol' Dirty Bastard, Sauce Money, Big Scoob and Jay-Z.

    Shyheim resumed his career after almost a decade and released subsequent albums on the label he founded, Bottom Up Records.
    His third and fourth albums, The Greatest Story Never Told and Enter the Bottom, were released to little fanfare in 2004 and 2008. Shyheim released his fifth solo album, Disrespectfully Speaking, October 2009 on his label Bottom Up Records.

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  • Ghettolandz - Getcha Open (Like Nature)
  • Ill Nature - Ill literation (1998)
    https://www.discogs.com/Ill-Nature-Life-Line-In-The-Hands-Of-Time/release/5418901
  • D.B.C. - Hit The Boomz (1993) | Official Video
    From the album "Sugar Hill (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)" Produced by Kendu & Luis "Phat Kat" Vega

    Fox Records, Inc. / Beacon Records, 1993.

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  • Gumbo - A Free Soul (1993) | Official Video
    From the album "Dropping Soulful H2O On The Fiber" Produced By Speech (Of Arrested Development)

    Chrysalis Records, 1993.

    From Milwaukee, Gumbo is part of the Life Family, headed by Arrested Development; Speech is a personal friend and producer for the trio's debut album, Dropping H2O on the Soulful Fiber. The album showcases the socially conscious lyrics of rappers Fulani and Deanna Dawn over Afro-Cuban rhythms. Percussionist and dancer Gichii Gamba rounds out the group.

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  • Heltah Skeltah - Soldiers Gone Psycho (Prod. by Baby Paul & Rock) (Homemade ...
    The homemade music video for the track "Soldiers Gone Psycho", from the 1996 album release: "Nocturnal." R.I.P Sean Price, aka Ruck of Heltah Skeltah.
  • De La Soul - Oooh (feat. Redman) (2000)
    Enjoy the lyrics. Let us know any corrections in the comments!

    Lyrics:

    Party people, your dreams have now been fulfilled
    Get your a** up, and let's get ill
    That's right y'all, we more than rough, we callin your bluff
    And when it comes to rhymes (Brick City)
    Yo, don't scandalize mine
    I spent too much time
    Straight talk with the catch to etch my line walk
    Never fetchin for crime Halt! Who goes there?
    Yo, it's the squeeze of five fingers, p***** Smokey the Bear
    Shinin black like Darth Vader caps, they on stare
    While we rockin it, I'll rock in it (rock in it)
    Like the little ball inside the spray can
    Providing three coats for both child, woman and man
    God bless the God, lay these Streets Wall to Wall
    It go ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    Yo, you got p***** like a flick by that rivalry clique
    It went ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    It ain't my fault your a** is on the ashphalt
    Got your chin touched by my fam who though you brought harm, you see
    I'm iced out like a glass of tea
    Better yet, oatmeal cookies, y'all just rookies to me
    Slidin' up and down the court, but I don't think you can D
    Why try? Maseo be gettin h*** since Luke was Luke Skywalk'
    Man, my topic of talk is sheddin shame all over your game
    Like them shorties who claim that afrocentric lovin is the past drug
    A life filled with g*** that's what thugs love
    Snatch you fast, wrap that a** in the rug of your choice
    While it muffles your voice
    Now when I'm swimmin through the joint, I put the funk on hold
    Cause if you don't, you'll see the bubbles come up
    We run up a tab and gladly add a little extra for miss
    Flashy faces with bigger lips for that a** to kiss
    Most crews are post-current while we're forever
    Direct beats that's contagious, loved by all ages
    Graduated from the you-and-I-versity
    Of hard-hitters, for real
    I got n***** in the streets that'll blast your a** for the shine
    And get ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    Yo, if you a fat chick gettin your f*** on tonight
    Then go ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    Yo, put your hands opposite to the ground if you're lovin our sound
    Go ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    Yo, and to my broke n***** on the corner holdin me down
    Go ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    Yo, I swear Tommy gonna get it, he done did me wrong
    I had plans to buy more land, plant corn
    Bust kernels on heat, work hard like w*******
    Set backs is gonna get my a** to be hostile
    Rockwilder the beat, top dollar defeat
    Big money's make the big decisions
    Keep hip-hop alive, it's just an intermission
    Back to the second half of the feature flick
    Dick stacks and f*** rap
    I had a name for makin paper since paper mache
    Now my dollar coins join pounds of yen for play
    While you broke n***** reach drunk much quicker
    You don't make enough bread to soak up all your liquor
    Went from God to God d***
    D*** God, you're killin it
    Should incorporate it, invest half a mil' in it
    Rap cats talk with no will in it
    Soundin like they virtual
    This joint'll hurt you, yo
    Yo, where my Wall Street n*****, if ya up in the stands
    Go ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    To my women that'll throw they hands against they punk-a** man
    Go ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    Yo, if you never been s*** or s******
    Brick City go ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
    Yo, I gotta catch a cab back to the lab so I can s****
    Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!