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The creative process revealed for DJ Khaled’s Kiss The Ring track with DJ Premier, Nas, and Scarface.

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12 Responses to "DJ Khaled’s “Hip-Hop” Studio Session w/ DJ Premier, Nas, & Scarface"
  • Hodges says:

    @ Dayz, its all in who you know and a sign of the times I guess. I’m dissapointed every time I see an artist I respect “work” with him.

  • khordkutta says:

    It appears from this and busta that cats are jus tryin to cash cks @ this point.

  • Model Citizen says:

    I listened to this song today, it’s ok, Nas’s verse is especially sick but when are artists going to stop using the “hip hop is a woman” metaphor? It was creative when Common did it, but the concept has been done to death since “I Used to Love H.E.R.”

  • yungplex says:

    At one point we need to look at hatin for the sake of. Im not in duke’s fan club but still can apreesh the insight it took put together something like this. Cats wanna always separate u from ur success these days. I feel like being able to cast and arange talent is a talent in itself. ( why I hear so many toilet tissue colabos?)

  • Dayz says:

    @Yumgplex that maybe a talent but aside from this one song this dude “works” with dog sh!t rappers and no talent producers so I cannot vouche for him having any skills other than just being in the right place at the right time and making friends with the right people. He is a buffoon, he tries to talk how he knows and loves Hip Hop. No he doesn’t, if he did he wouldn’t make crap rap Hip Pop. I guarantee you I know way more about Hip Hop and respect the artform way more than his idiot who cannot even form a sentence when he speaks ever could. This dude knows nothing about art. I bet he started listening to rap in 2000 and doesn’t know anything about the 70s, 80s or 90s artists or music. I may be a hater but in the Hip Pop world there is just so much to hate. I say boo this man!

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