LORD SUPERB & UN PACHINO: The Juks Pt. 2 (Ghostface Diss)

If you're a devout Wu-Tang fan such as myself, chances are you're already familiar with Superb Clientele, on which Lord Superb launched a few shots at Ghostface. While I don't buy the Ghostwriting accusations, Superb is one of the few rappers I would care to hear an acapella album from.

30 comments:

  1. "A few weeks ago Consequence went on MTV and attempted to convince Sway he was solely responsible for College Dropout, Beats Rhymes & Life, and The Love Movement"

    ^

    say word?

    smh @ that nigga

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  2. I never understand how rappers continue dissing someone after years of them never responding...

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  3. Imma break down the wave for you. Perb DEF wrote bars for Ghostface and gave him his style. People can say what they want but Ironman wasn't as live as the newer fans make it out to be shit was pretty dull. The biggest talk surrounding Supreme Clientele was Ghost new style. Perb pulled the Wu out the grave. I'll be aggy too if I saved a whole company and wasn't being taken care of while i was locked out. The reason them videos vanished was cuz them goons put the pressure on Perby Platinum. It's a fucked up lose-lose situation for him. Listen to that Ghostface and Cormega track too and tell me that aint Trife's bars all the way through...

    As far as the Kanye situation I know people who were sitting on them studio sessions and watched Cons write him entire songs. My homie was choppin it up with Taz Arnold and they were talking about his experience with Good Music no homo. He broke it down and said Kanye only fucks with people that he can get something from whether it's music or the linens. He soaks up whatever game he can get then moves on to the next person. This is why Cons is infuriated blowin steam right now cuz he threw the nigga a surfboard. In the rap game you only got two types of rappers...the stars, and the ones who help keep up the star's longevity...

    I'm not gon lie I kinda wished I could hear a whole Perb album in his prime. I been trying to hunt tracks down like the freestyles from tapes but thats slow motion right now.

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  4. RNT makes a good point. Ghost style and wordplay in comparison was nonexistent before and after supreme clientele. I dont think perb wrote the entire supreme joint but I think he definitely gave him some help. Ghostdeni is a perfect example. I get confused between who is who at times.

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  5. Yeah like that one joint I forgot ummm where Perb said "If you dont bring some mothafuckin cognac I'll kill you!"...I thought that was Ghost on the entire song.

    The original version of that song went way harder too

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  6. I'm not gon lie I kinda wished I could hear a whole Perb album in his prime. I been trying to hunt tracks down like the freestyles from tapes but thats slow motion right now.

    ^^^^^

    Yeah, I've been trying to track down Superb material for the last week or so, but it's not much floating on the internet.

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  7. i don't know, ghost has that supreme clientele style on Wu-tang Forever and even on Ironman you could see that stream of consciousness flow forming, a lot of his bars made no sense, but i was never a superb fan, dude just sounded off

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  8. i don't know, ghost has that supreme clientele style on Wu-tang Forever and even on Ironman you could see that stream of consciousness flow forming,
    ^^^^
    THIS

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