Discussion in 'The Booth' started by Tony D'Amato, Sep 12, 2019.
He broke down the lessons at its most basics form on the song "all for one" in 1990.
That alone allows Lord Jamar to talk all the shyt he wants.
I hope Memphis Bleek chimes in too, he has one good verse in his entire career too.
I always liked this verse...
Dunno about best but this shyt classic asf
lowkey not his fault he's had no standout verses, being in a group with Puba in his prime a do that
This verse >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Eminem's career
Punks Jump Up
Nah breh, Rampage had several good verses.
But so did Bleek.
Bleek had arguably had a better verse than Jay...once. I just can't remember exactly when.
You may be right, but I don't listen to Jay or Bleek so idk
he's had some good verses, but my most memorable is All for One....but on Punks he wasnt fukkin around either. Jamar's never been wack but his problem is that he usually is on tracks with others that he gets outshined by. In Brand Nubian if it wasnt Puba, which was most of the time, it was X. his verse on Oz was dope but just totally washed by G Rap
I see he had dreads ,why he cut them?
bleek killed this shyt imo