They are both heavily featured throughout its twenty-five tracks. Still, drugs are bad, y'all. Super Sako notoriously know for flipping the script to keep artist challenged and alert in the studio. Hell, the Clipse should probably do that shit now. Driven by a thick bass line and playful chime sounds, the track will have heads wondering whats the hold up on the new album. After the brief hiatus, the Virginia duo attempted to reclaim their glory through the release of a follow up album only to be benched by their unappreciative record label. Run This Shit Liva, Pusha, Sandman, Malice 5.
With , the Clipse, Ab-Live, and Sandman allow listeners a glimpse into an alternate universe, one where they work as selfish radio station programmers who only like to hear their own verses over yesterday's hit records. I didn't care much for this one. Skateboard P isn't that bad of a rapper I've certainly heard worse , and this instrumental always manages to calm me down, but even I'll admit that the song sounds out of place on , as none of the Re-Up Gang bothers to appear. Can they reproduce the success with Lee Mazin? Pusha T gets the last laugh, thanking his experience selling cocaine for helping him with his lyrics, adding that without drugs, he wouldn't have anything to say and then punctuating that statement with dead air behind the mic, which was pretty fucking funny. Black men from the music game keep running the marathon.
There's something about this beat that brings out the competitive spirit in rappers, and these four use that to their advantage. The Re-Up Gang apparently feels the same way, as they each take turns demolishing the instrumental, and even though they throw in a useless hook, this disguised freestyle session still works. Archived from on April 5, 2008. The Re-Up Gang uses one of Common's better-known Kanye West-handled beats to run them corners, providing the track with so much detail that it's almost as though you're watching a music video that doesn't exist. Mic Check Liva, Pusha, Malice, Sandman 7.
Additionally the six interludes were unnecessary. Whether that's true or not, the Re-Up Gang have proven that they can carry an entire album-length mixtape based on chemistry alone. Released 2004 Length 61: 15 , Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating 7. It's them Re-Up Gang Rollaz!! After the brief hiatus, the Virginia duo attempted to reclaim their glory through the release of a follow up album only to be benched by their unappreciative record label. Minus the minor technicalities We Got It For Cheap is solid. В A new joint off We Got It For Cheap, vol.
Sometimes you have to think outside of the box. Although it seems strange today, with Virginia duo Clipse having released three albums to store shelves and Pusha T keeping the crew's name alive on blogs the world over thanks to his association with Kanye West's G. The mixtape series We Got It 4 Cheap was born out of the frustration Pusha T and Malice felt when dealing with their label, who declined to exercise their potion to commercially release the project until the Clipse recorded a radio-friendly hit which never really happened. This mixtape is much more solid overall in terms of beats, vocals, and verses. The Clipse are not to be out done by their producer though, they are better than that. Well them Re-Up boys are back for thirds and ain't nobody can tell The Clipse their shit ain't that authentic China white flow. I couldn't help thinking of Speed Racer the entire time, though.
Artist: Clipse Title: We Got It 4 Cheap Vol. This week we are showcasing We Got It 4 Cheap Volume 2. Maybe Remix Pharrell Exclusive 17. The group is back and has not lost a step lyrically. Here's What They Think About You Interlude 2. Im A Hustla Liva, Pusha, Sandman, Malice 14.
Archived from on 11 February 2008. A lot of rappers have already rocked over this funky-as-fuck Amerie song, so this isn't exactly an original idea, but what stands out on this track is just how easily these four adapt to the unconventional beat although, technically, that statement could be used to describe their work over all of the stolen beats on. Much more so than the last Clipse album, anyway Buying things from Amazon helps keep the blog sustainable. Monopoly Liva, Pusha, Sandman, Malice 12. After taking some time away, Rockie is back with the intention of creating legacy in Hip-Hop and beyond. I agree this is a bad decision.
Skateboard P pops up in a surprise cameo well, it would have been a surprise if you didn't read the featured credits before diving into this paragraph , which makes sense: at this point he was very focused on writing and not so much on the production aspect of making music, so of course he would want to jump onto whatever beat would have him. After being missing in action for almost two years, most fans will be disappointed by how much the Clipse shared the stage with their team. It will definitely keep heads patiently waiting for the next official installment from the Clipse. This freestyle session ends in an anticlimactic fashion, but the Re-Up Gang do well over this repurposed Swizz beat. When you discover that Pharrell's awkward contribution actually sounds better than The Game's original verses, though, things start to look up. The Clipse are not to be out done by their producer though, they are better than that.