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Who Remembers These Two Songs?

5 Grand5 Grand Posts: 11,648 ✭✭✭✭✭
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  • 5 Grand5 Grand Posts: 11,648 ✭✭✭✭✭
    bck145 wrote: »
    I remember both....whats the point

    Just a blast from the past.

    I hear No Scrubs every once in a while but I haven't heard No Pigeons in years, but it came on Music Choice a few days ago.

    I figured I'd post both of them.

    I wonder what happened to the Sporty Thieves?
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    Cleveland7venty6power_wisdom
  • natural born sinnersnatural born sinners Posts: 4,100 ✭✭✭✭✭
    They used to play these joints back to back in the discoteque lol
  • bck145bck145 East CoastPosts: 4,660 ✭✭✭✭✭
    5 Grand wrote: »
    bck145 wrote: »
    I remember both....whats the point

    Just a blast from the past.

    I hear No Scrubs every once in a while but I haven't heard No Pigeons in years, but it came on Music Choice a few days ago.

    I figured I'd post both of them.

    I wonder what happened to the Sporty Thieves?

    Yeah I heard no scrubs just last week but now I can't remember where the fuck I was at
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    #unfukwitable
  • 5 Grand5 Grand Posts: 11,648 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Ibex wrote: »
    Stop making threads bruh. Comment on 80's hip hop only.

    This is what I can't understand; If people don't like my threads why do they click on them and tell me to stop making them rather than just not clicking on them in the first place?

    If you can explain how that makes any sense I'll give you a cookie.
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  • 32DaysOfInfiniti32DaysOfInfiniti Posts: 4,117 ✭✭✭✭✭
    You should start a youtube channel where you take folks down hip hops memory lane with all your reminiscing
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    tompetrez3*~queenbee~*illedout
  • playmaker88playmaker88 Boy, I tell you that's vision Like Tony Romo when he hitting Witten Posts: 66,255 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • Rampage12Rampage12 Posts: 3,463 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 18
    5 Grand wrote: »
    bck145 wrote: »
    I remember both....whats the point

    Just a blast from the past.

    I hear No Scrubs every once in a while but I haven't heard No Pigeons in years, but it came on Music Choice a few days ago.

    I figured I'd post both of them.

    I wonder what happened to the Sporty Thieves?

    You should really try this new search thing called Google, it's awesome you can literally look up almost anything:

    The group contributed to the Rawkus Records 2000 compilation Hip Hop for Respect, a project put together by Mos Def and Talib Kweli to put out an EP recording 41 emcees in protest over the 41 shots fired at African immigrant and innocent man, Amadou Diallo, by the NYPD.

    On May 11, 2001, group member Marlon Bryant Brando was killed after being struck by a car in North Bronx at the age of 22. It is reported that the driver of the car was intoxicated and swerving onto the sidewalk.[3]Marlon Brando is believed to have saved a bystanding child's life by pushing him out of the way.[citation needed]

    In 2013 King Kirk released his new Sporty Thievz compilation album mixtape called "Cinema, Beats & Brawdz". In 2014 Sporty Thievz released their official follow up to their first album "Street Cinema Part 2".
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  • 5 Grand5 Grand Posts: 11,648 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Rampage12 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    bck145 wrote: »
    I remember both....whats the point

    Just a blast from the past.

    I hear No Scrubs every once in a while but I haven't heard No Pigeons in years, but it came on Music Choice a few days ago.

    I figured I'd post both of them.

    I wonder what happened to the Sporty Thieves?

    You should really try this new search thing called Google, it's awesome you can literally look up almost anything:

    The group contributed to the Rawkus Records 2000 compilation Hip Hop for Respect, a project put together by Mos Def and Talib Kweli to put out an EP recording 41 emcees in protest over the 41 shots fired at African immigrant and innocent man, Amadou Diallo, by the NYPD.

    On May 11, 2001, group member Marlon Bryant Brando was killed after being struck by a car in North Bronx at the age of 22. It is reported that the driver of the car was intoxicated and swerving onto the sidewalk.[3]Marlon Brando is believed to have saved a bystanding child's life by pushing him out of the way.[citation needed]

    In 2013 King Kirk released his new Sporty Thievz compilation album mixtape called "Cinema, Beats & Brawdz". In 2014 Sporty Thievz released their official follow up to their first album "Street Cinema Part 2".

    @ the bolded. Well there's also a website called Allhiphop.com. You can ask a question on the message board and there's usually somebody that can answer it.
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    Rampage12*~queenbee~*optimisticSoloman_The_Wiseilledout
  • Rampage12Rampage12 Posts: 3,463 ✭✭✭✭✭
    5 Grand wrote: »
    Rampage12 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    bck145 wrote: »
    I remember both....whats the point

    Just a blast from the past.

    I hear No Scrubs every once in a while but I haven't heard No Pigeons in years, but it came on Music Choice a few days ago.

    I figured I'd post both of them.

    I wonder what happened to the Sporty Thieves?

    You should really try this new search thing called Google, it's awesome you can literally look up almost anything:

    The group contributed to the Rawkus Records 2000 compilation Hip Hop for Respect, a project put together by Mos Def and Talib Kweli to put out an EP recording 41 emcees in protest over the 41 shots fired at African immigrant and innocent man, Amadou Diallo, by the NYPD.

    On May 11, 2001, group member Marlon Bryant Brando was killed after being struck by a car in North Bronx at the age of 22. It is reported that the driver of the car was intoxicated and swerving onto the sidewalk.[3]Marlon Brando is believed to have saved a bystanding child's life by pushing him out of the way.[citation needed]

    In 2013 King Kirk released his new Sporty Thievz compilation album mixtape called "Cinema, Beats & Brawdz". In 2014 Sporty Thievz released their official follow up to their first album "Street Cinema Part 2".

    @ the bolded. Well there's also a website called Allhiphop.com. You can ask a question on the message board and there's usually somebody that can answer it.

    But for someone like you who literally all you do is ask questions you think a quick Google search that takes 10 seconds would be beneficial. Ah screw it nevermind I know most 50 somethings like yourself are set in their ways so carry on.
    5 Grand
  • its....JOHN Bits....JOHN B Posts: 18,363 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I always used to hear that sporty thievz album is actually good I just never got around to listening to it
    *~queenbee~*
  • *~queenbee~**~queenbee~* Empress of the Seventh Planet UranusPosts: 2,157 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I always used to hear that sporty thievz album is actually good I just never got around to listening to it

    Whoever told you those lies should be ashamed of themselves. That song was trash and nobody bought their album when they first debuted. Fuck 5 Granddaddy I.U.; I can take you on a stroll down memory lane!
    5 Grandilledout
  • trendsetta1030trendsetta1030 Where the money at...Posts: 2,520 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 18
    5 Grand wrote: »
    bck145 wrote: »
    I remember both....whats the point

    Just a blast from the past.

    I hear No Scrubs every once in a while but I haven't heard No Pigeons in years, but it came on Music Choice a few days ago.

    I figured I'd post both of them.

    I wonder what happened to the Sporty Thieves?

    I think The lead 1 got killed not 2 sure
    power_wisdom
  • dalyricalbanditdalyricalbandit Co-Owner Of AllhipHop.com, Super Moderator, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 66,096 Regulator
    You Ain't Gettin' Nadaaaaaaa from us
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  • its....JOHN Bits....JOHN B Posts: 18,363 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I always used to hear that sporty thievz album is actually good I just never got around to listening to it

    Whoever told you those lies should be ashamed of themselves. That song was trash and nobody bought their album when they first debuted. Fuck 5 Granddaddy I.U.; I can take you on a stroll down memory lane!

    "In 1998, their album Street Cinema was released on Roc-A-Bloc/Ruffhouse Records. The majority of the production was handled by Ski, famous for his work on Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt. It had a unique concept in which every track had its own storyline that could also serve as a premise for a movie. This concept would reprise a decade later on rapper Ludacris's 2008 album, Theater Of The Mind."

    Don't tell me what you feel about the single I want to know about the album, because that sounds like something that could be dope
    *~queenbee~*5 Grandilledout
  • Rampage12Rampage12 Posts: 3,463 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I always used to hear that sporty thievz album is actually good I just never got around to listening to it

    Whoever told you those lies should be ashamed of themselves. That song was trash and nobody bought their album when they first debuted. Fuck 5 Granddaddy I.U.; I can take you on a stroll down memory lane!

    "In 1998, their album Street Cinema was released on Roc-A-Bloc/Ruffhouse Records. The majority of the production was handled by Ski, famous for his work on Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt. It had a unique concept in which every track had its own storyline that could also serve as a premise for a movie. This concept would reprise a decade later on rapper Ludacris's 2008 album, Theater Of The Mind."

    Don't tell me what you feel about the single I want to know about the album, because that sounds like something that could be dope

    Sounds like an overly ambitious artistic description for not only Street Cinema but also Theater of the Mind. Like all them songs for the bitches on Theater of the Mind could be some premise for a movie. GTFOH.
    5 Grand
  • *~queenbee~**~queenbee~* Empress of the Seventh Planet UranusPosts: 2,157 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 19
    I always used to hear that sporty thievz album is actually good I just never got around to listening to it

    Whoever told you those lies should be ashamed of themselves. That song was trash and nobody bought their album when they first debuted. Fuck 5 Granddaddy I.U.; I can take you on a stroll down memory lane!

    "In 1998, their album Street Cinema was released on Roc-A-Bloc/Ruffhouse Records. The majority of the production was handled by Ski, famous for his work on Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt.

    Don't tell me what you feel about the single I want to know about the album, because that sounds like something that could be dope

    No shade; I actually like those particular songs on RD, but that doesn't mean I got to like Street Cinema. Some music producers try to add some versatility to their music because of the negative feedback from fans. Around the late '90s, most hip hop fans loved that jiggy/shiny suits type of music. Ski was probably a beast in that recording studio, but nobody gave a damn hence for why SC flopped like it did.
  • *~queenbee~**~queenbee~* Empress of the Seventh Planet UranusPosts: 2,157 ✭✭✭✭✭
    BedStuy wrote: »
    RIP Left Eye and Marlon Brando

    <3 :'(
  • its....JOHN Bits....JOHN B Posts: 18,363 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I always used to hear that sporty thievz album is actually good I just never got around to listening to it

    Whoever told you those lies should be ashamed of themselves. That song was trash and nobody bought their album when they first debuted. Fuck 5 Granddaddy I.U.; I can take you on a stroll down memory lane!

    "In 1998, their album Street Cinema was released on Roc-A-Bloc/Ruffhouse Records. The majority of the production was handled by Ski, famous for his work on Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt.

    Don't tell me what you feel about the single I want to know about the album, because that sounds like something that could be dope

    No shade; I actually like those particular songs on RD, but that doesn't mean I got to like Street Cinema. Some music producers try to add some versatility to their music because of the negative feedback from fans. Around the late '90s, most hip hop fans loved that jiggy/shiny suits type of music. Ski was probably a beast in that recording studio, but nobody gave a damn hence for why SC flopped like it did.

    Sounds like you're jumping to a conclusion without actually listening to the album, you've mentioned the singles and it flopping but nothing about the actual album, I've heard multiple times that it's "actually" good meaning no one believed the album would be any good due to their goofy singles but surprisingly it is
    BenjaminE
  • AP21AP21 Posts: 16,403 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 20
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