Andrew just liberated the NoDJ version of an unreleased Twista x Kanye record. He absolutely loves it, I think it's alright. Dopeboyz consensus?
DOWNLOAD: Twista - I Can Make You Say (prod. Kanye West) | Mediafire
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This is hot! What was it on?
Kanye fucked up a perfectly good classic Prince song!!!!!!!!
Shit is real hot fuck you on Shake!
Statik flipped it 1000000000000 x's better on Saigon's track...
"twista keep tryna re-create 'slow jams'" - Joe Budden
I think the song is smooth as hell.
Twista always makes my neck snap... Joe Budden's is a whiney twerp and give me this over soft cocks like Kid Cudi anyday
"soft cocks like Kid Cudi anyday"
the song is nice, but whining or not, the truth is the truth.
Im not a budden fan, but I agree it sounds like he keeps tryna do slow jamz. but I like the song. It got old fast tho.
i dont feel this track, i hate kanye like his beats
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Wayyy of topic but....
Yo did twista really knock up that porn star?....
Statik Selektah's sampled this way better on all in a days work
This is hot. Man, I have been waiting on this without "tags" and "drops" for a minute now. Good lookin' out and why doesn't Twista have Kanye executive produce his projects? They sound so good together. PEace and Thanks.
THIS IS OOOOOLLLLLLLLLLDDDDDDDDD Iv had it for a couple months
Look man. Kanye West did not produce this song, it was produced by a member from my production team THE CORPORATION. I go by blackbox and the producer who REALLY produced this was Doc Savage. His myspace is http://www.myspace.com/docsavdidit. What is frustrating is that all of the paperwork was handled in correct fashion, legally, with laywers; however, this b.s. happens. We will be putting video footage up on out blog at http://wearecorporate.blogspot.com soon about this issue. Kanye had NOTHING to do with this track and it's pissing me off, as a producer and a representative of my team, and friend. It's not the fault of the bloggers at all; however, it's frustrating because producers work hard to get the recognition they deserve...its not right.
-BlackBox From The Corporation