posted Sunday May 15, 2011 at 05:30AM PST | 13 comments
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Drake – "Charged Up (Meek Mill Diss)"
yeah but there mixtapes @ reece he has other different songs song for the ville,school daze,lights please,dreams was nice yeah those 2 about girls i think cole nice,im a big blu fan though too,he something else...
Man I've heard so many people get on this beat. hopefully this is a finished product
Btw, prod. by Flying Lotus.
Why? an amazing album!>>>Mixtapes
Should of got 6 more people to feature!
Raw beat, good talent. 5 stars
Blu >> J Cole & Drake
One of the few hip hop acts I actually get excited about
What rapper doesn't talk about women? It's hard for most artists to find something different to talk about nowadays that doesn't have to do with a topic that the other 3 million rappers out there are already doing. I'm at the point now where if the artist doesn't have a unique flow or skilled wordplay I most likely won't pay em any attention
What substance? He's always talking about how hes the shit. Ego rap. Either that or hes talking about women...which isnt bad but it gets boring after a while. This is coming from a Cole fan. The Warm Up was great but since then he started repeating the same concepts.
Cole has substance you kidding me? I love blu but Cole is on the same level imo
It's because I listen to Cole more than I listen to Blu but I do agree, Below the Heavens was on a whole 'nother level from the mixtapes J. Cole put out, even Friday Night Lights.
Lol are you kidding Jonel? Blu is miles ahead of J Cole. Coles an ego rapper. Blu has substance. Disagree? Go listen to Blu's Below The Heavens. Yeah...Cole is nowhere close lyrically or delivery wise.
I agree with him being better than Drake, J. Cole...no. They both are on the same level of talent IMO can't decide between those two
Beat reminds me of J. Dilla