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Originally Posted by k3llz View Post

so that beat/hook and 808 didnt sound like some **** an ATL ***** would make

If you quantify all the way up as a south record u need to dust up on your 90s/early 2000s NYC club hits
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post #122 of 133
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Originally Posted by OneTrust View Post

Naw you buggin. Maybe the hook might sound somewhat ATL but that beat definitely sounds more like some 90's/2000's NY joint which is the ONLY reason why I liked it.

If it sounded like all this new ATL/down south crap on the radio, i definitely wouldn't be messing with it.

I don't like everything down south and I'm from Louisiana... I don't jam 21 savage and all them new dudes...but calling most of out music crap is disrespectful... NY biggest tracks last year was All the way up which was a south track and Ooouuu ...that beat sounded NY and was dope but it was corny to me....NY **** been corny for a minute..even Joe said y'all better switch that **** up and go south paw and he did with all the way up...Santana got to make hits if he wants to be relevant again...bangers coming from everybody right now, just make something dope song by song
post #123 of 133
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Originally Posted by k3llz View Post

I don't like everything down south and I'm from Louisiana... I don't jam 21 savage and all them new dudes...but calling most of out music crap is disrespectful... NY biggest tracks last year was All the way up which was a south track and Ooouuu ...that beat sounded NY and was dope but it was corny to me....NY **** been corny for a minute..even Joe said y'all better switch that **** up and go south paw and he did with all the way up...Santana got to make hits if he wants to be relevant again...bangers coming from everybody right now, just make something dope song by song

Oh don't get it twisted. South got some heat...i just meant majority of the stuff on the radio, imo, is crap.

I still don't see All the Way Up sounding like a southern track though. Like i said earlier, the horns and everything sounds more like a 90's/2000's NY track. The hook might be the only thing that sounds somewhat south to me. Joe himself even said the beat reminded him of T.R.O.Y by Pete Rock and CL Smooth.

EDIT: Cool, from Cool and Dre said this:

"All the Way Up" is anchored by a simple horn squiggle and a thunderous programmed beat. Horns are rare on rap radio these days, and that appealed to Cool and Dre. "It's a distinctive sound," Cool tells RS. "It breaks through. The horns brought you to that Nineties hip-hop era," he continues, before singing the distinctive brass line from Pete Rock and CL Smooth's 1992 classic "T.R.O.Y."

Anyway, Juelz just need to do what Joe does and make a hot record. Don't try to sound like what's poppin now. I don't wanna hear Juelz over no Migos type track.
post #124 of 133
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Originally Posted by KingFoamNYC View Post

"All the way up" sounds like a south record ?

Damn son I've heard it all.

it doesn't, but it has sensibilities that da south can understand.

"make it rain" in retrospect doesn't sound like a south record either...its a way NYC can keep its characteristics and still be played outside da tristate market.
post #125 of 133
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Originally Posted by OneTrust View Post

 I wanna hear Juelz on a Migos track.
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Originally Posted by zombiejesuz View Post



I'm still mad that Migos x GS9 tape never got a chance to drop mean.gif
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post #128 of 133
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Originally Posted by ninjahood View Post

it doesn't, but it has sensibilities that da south can understand.

"make it rain" in retrospect doesn't sound like a south record either...its a way NYC can keep its characteristics and still be played outside da tristate market.

That's fine. Don't have a problem with that at all but I think it's extremely lazy and misguided to equate a record that pops from NYC as a "south record" that record has NYC DNA all over it but like you said it's a fresh take on it that can be played anywhere
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post #129 of 133
yeah ive come to peace with da type of rap i used to love never poppin on a wide level again, outside abnormalities like da young M.A. beat...
post #130 of 133

feel like juelz santana/leg hanging out the phantom

aw wait who the **** i think im foolin/ i just feel like my damn self

:hat

post #131 of 133
All the way up sounds nothing like a down south record. laugh.gif

Soon as I hear those horns I picture a 90's NY drug dealer hopping out the Jeep.
post #132 of 133
straight DITC/Big L vibe.
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One Of Those Days x Old Thing Back part 2
Edited by show time 96 - 2/1/17 at 11:09pm
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