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LL Cool J “Rockin Wit Da Goat” video

June 20, 2008 by Don Of Dons  
Filed under .Voice of The Hood

LL Cool J “Rockin Wit Da Goat” video … from his exit 13 album …… what a coincidence i was just going to put on 2pac’s against all odds

 

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3 Comments on "LL Cool J “Rockin Wit Da Goat” video"

  1. MDAce15 on Fri, 20th Jun 2008 6:32 pm 

    This record is cool, but thats about it. And I heard a few lines in there directed at Jay. For instance when he said “He had a good run, but I dont care…” and especially at the end when he screams “RETIRE!”. LL is one of the greats, but not the greatest. He has had a long career but jays career (though shorter) has been on a whole nother level. And nobody can tell me that line for line, lyric for lyric, LL has ever been better than Jay. Jay’s punchlines are crazier, some of which take people years to catch up to. LL is great, but Jay-Z is the GOAT.

  2. The Kid on Wed, 25th Jun 2008 12:54 pm 

    Love the song. Vintage LL.

    The comment above.

    Its funny how so many people pick up on the “had a good run line” but the better shot at J was “You see I got your man runnin’”

    Trust me Jay never ever wants it with L.

    And by the way, these crazy punchlines are a matter of opinion. I can think of lines from Radio that crushes anything Jay ever thought about sayin. That my opinion.

    But career for Career I give it to LL and that has a basis in fact.

    LL was the biggest solo “hipHop” act from his debut through Mama Said, which was some 6 years later. Jay has sold more, but that’s partly because of guys like LL making rap accessable to a larger audience than just the urban kids. Jay’s sales can also be partly attributed to fact that he has used LL’s blueprint for making top selling rap albums, Lead single for the radio and tracks that bang hard for the street.

    Jay wouldn’t even call himself the Goat in LL’s presence.

  3. truedarkseed on Thu, 7th Aug 2008 3:40 pm 

    I like Jay, don’t get me wrong, but LL has been kill’n the rap scene for years. Evertime someone forgets there place and steps to LL….well lets just say that they tend to disappear from the rap game. If you really pay attention, Jays style is very, very simulare to LL. A copy can be good, but the original is always better.

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