This is actually one of my favorite songs in Hip Hop. RIP Big Pun.
Let’s get back to the music.
Why did Rosa Parks sue Outkast for this song? For some reason everytime our generation tries to show love to our legends we always get penalized; either it’s disrespectful or it’s just not enough. I respect Rosa Parks for what she did but her situation was still stage and the others who helped her should have been recognized too! Anyways I love the creativity in this video hopefully Outkast makes a comeback this year.
Happy Black History Month ! Make something happenned and stamp your date!
I always appreciated this video because it had so many of my favorite females just having a fun time. This was definitely a classic collaboration, I mean you had Lil Kim, Left-Eye, Missy , Da Brat, and even Angie Martinez!! Imagine if there could be a female rap collaboration like this again who would it include? No shade but I would exclude Nicki from that list because every thing about her annoys me now especially her lace wigs. There are some heavy contenders in the female rap category on the come up so I’m excited. I liked Lil Kim’s flow in this one but Left Eye’s verse was my favorite. I just loved how all these beautiful women came together and bodied this track. I don’t know who told Mary J blige to be on the stage dancing like that though and did y’all see tiny in the back throwing money at that stripper?
This video is so fun to watch.. Enjoy
Nas is such a legend he deserves to be the Godfather of Hip Hop. I mean you can’t compare him to any MC because he has always been in his own lane. I fell in love with him more when he decided to put my baby Lauryn Hill on this song. So many different messages in this track, it’s definitely an eye opener.This is one of the greatest songs in Hip Hop.
What would you do if you ruled the world?
I was shocked when I found out Amy Winehouse had passed so suddenly. She was such an amazing singer and she was definetly in her own lane. I felt like she had just made her mark on the US charts before her death and I hate the fact that it was due to drug abuse. I wonder why us as young adults fail to realize that drugs will never have a positive outlook on our lives and it is definetly killing us in numbers . But regardless of Amy’s personal life , I am still enjoyin her music and always will. ”Tears dry on their own” caught my ears because I loved how she used the original Ain’t No Mountain High Enough song and made it her own with her original lyrics. It’s something about the UK and their singers huh?
SO MUCH SOUULLLLL!
This is the music I live for…
I remember when me and my mother was living in Trenton, NJ; we didn’t have cable. All we had was a color TV and a couple of VHS tapes, “Juice” was one of them. There are so many memories with this movie including the moment when I fell in love with Tupac. If you’ve ever watch this movie then you can’t forget this scene, I quote it all the time.
Tupac said it best…RIP baby.. Enjoy.
I don’t know why this song is always over looked at when it comes to Erykah badu‘s classics but it got a spot in my list. I love the energy and story line in this song. This is for my ladies holding a man down with a “complex situation”. Remember single ladies every thug needs a lady so don’t judge a man by his record just yet. I just don’t understand how the audience was sitting down looking all calm when this woman was killing it on stage. Incredible!
Glock on cock, the block stay hot!
It’s been along time reder but mama’s been under the weather. I absolutely love this!!! This tribute is everything to me and every time I hear it my heart smiles. These ladies did an amazing job, I was speechless.. I would have loved to hear Mary J Blidge or Toni Braxton rip a performance but this was perfect.This is one of the best tributes of all time and Faith Evans you are a bad, bad girl!!