“Stack Money” Juelz Santana Feat. Jim Jones & Rabbi

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New Juelz but I don’t care for this one but I shall distriubute. don’t wanna come off biased because of the Wave.

Via Mr. Exclusive

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6 Responses to ““Stack Money” Juelz Santana Feat. Jim Jones & Rabbi”

  1. Reason Says:
    April 8th, 2008 at 3:02 pm

    For some reason that song upsets me. That’s all I gotta say about that.

  2. Mindy Marin Says:
    April 8th, 2008 at 5:25 pm

    Upsets me too Reason.

    This sounds extremely regurgitated.

    These guys have totally regressed and that really saddens me because I’ve always loved Dipset.

    If both the upcoming Juelz or Diplomats projects have other tracks with a similar sound and feel to them, then I’ll pass on them both.
    I don’t know why, but I really expected more from Juelz, and Jimmy too for that matter. I guess you can’t always be on top, as evidenced by Lil’ Wayne’s impending decent back into mediocrity (which is bound to happen any day now..lol). There are plenty of emcees who maintain that gold standard of excellence year after year, but I don’t think Jim Jones and Juelz Santana are among them.

  3. S. Mathis Says:
    April 8th, 2008 at 9:26 pm

    I have to correct you MINDY. There are NOT plenty of emcees who maintain the gold standard of excellence year after year (4 yrs straight minimum to qualify). The only ones I can think of are: 1- JAY-Z, 2- Shawn Carter, 3- JIGGA, and 4- NAS. Thats about it.

  4. Mindy Marin Says:
    April 8th, 2008 at 9:43 pm

    Damn…I guess you TOLD me..lol. You’re absolutely right S. Mathis, even though your list reminds me of that skit on Chappelle’s show where Dylan names the 5 best rappers…..”Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, Dylan..and Dylan”. lol

    I really wish I could add Ghostface to that list but he tarnished his record with “More Fish”. That 4 year minimum was looking attainable but that “More Fish” travesty just fucked it up! He does his thing though. The majority of his catalog is quality with a few small missteps here and there. Common too…save for “Electric Circus”..but the jury’s out on whether it really was that terrible. What do you think though? Can Ghost and Common join the list?

  5. Mindy Marin Says:
    April 9th, 2008 at 8:59 am

    Oh and when I said “gold standard of excellence” I wasn’t necessarily referring to the amount of albums they had that were certified gold. I just meant that there are emcees who release quality material consistently, who don’t allow the pressure of album sales, good reviews, or critical acclaim, to hamper their creativity or willingness to experiment with new sounds and ideas. I think most times this is when the best music is created and in that regard, I think Common and Ghostface belong on the list. They both routinely experiment with new sounds and re-invent themselves with each new record.

    But, yes you are right S.Dot. In terms of consecutive gold or better albums since their arrival on the scene, then yeah Jay-Z, Sean Carter, Jigga and NaS are pretty much the only ones who really belong on that list.

  6. S. Mathis Says:
    April 9th, 2008 at 5:00 pm

    1) I didn’t mean album sales MINDY. I just meant that emcees need to be consistently nice, relevant, different, with a few attempts at growth are necessary for the ‘gold standard of excellence.’ 2) GHOST has done some good work but he suffers in the ‘relevancy’ category. 3) If COMMON can give us another album like the last two then he’ll ease his way into the ‘gold standard’ on the strength of his likeability & respectability alone. His ‘relevance’ rating suffers at times though, I think he has a legitimate acting career on the horizon. COMMON could use a high profile girlfriend to up his celebrity quotient. I was looking hard for signs that his 2 straight videos and movie with ALICIA KEYS weren’t just a coincidence.

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