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    Posted: 21 Nov 2011 at 6:27am
I hate, I hate, I HATE the song, "California Soul" remake in this commercial where Ya Boy Lincoln Lawyer Remix chants, "California Hustla...California Hustla..."
It's eyeshadow. It's a perfectly lovely woman (former Miss India Melanie Kannokada) using her eyes to sell a perfectly nice eyeshadow...but to have a man rap about being a hustler just ruins it. GAH!
 
 
 
 
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Wow.  I forgot about that song. 
 
 
 
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See, Thor, I totally dig the song...except the whole, "California Hustla" addition...as if that does ANYTHING to improve the ad!
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Luckily, I haven't seen the commercial (till this thread), so I haven't been subjected to the "hustla" thing.
 
 
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Originally posted by Kirbybeast! Kirbybeast! wrote:

I hate, I hate, I HATE the song, "California Soul" remake in this commercial where Ya Boy Lincoln Lawyer Remix chants, "California Hustla...California Hustla..."
It's eyeshadow. It's a perfectly lovely woman (former Miss India Melanie Kannokada) using her eyes to sell a perfectly nice eyeshadow...but to have a man rap about being a hustler just ruins it. GAH!
 
I find it odd that you even know who/what "Ya Boy Lincoln Lawyer Remix" is.
 
Must be a "youth thing".
 
I Googled it & still couldn't figure out where the "who" ends & the "what" begins in that mish-mosh.
 
I'm assuming "Ya Boy" is the "who".
 
But I've not only never heard of him, I have no idea who or what a Lincoln Lawyer Remix is either.
 
"Ya Boy"..... sounds like just another stupid, obnoxious, gangsta wannabe, hip-hop asshole clone of all the other stupid, obnoxious, gangsta wannabe, hip-hop assholes.
 
Dig a giant pit, dump 'em all in it & cover it up.
 
 
 
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I think I just fell in love with an O'Mule.....
 
It is a rather odd choice in a song.
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Seems as if Lincoln Lawyer is the name of a movie for which Marlena Shaw did one of the soundtrack songs and then either she or the music people for the movie had Ya Boy throw his rap nonsense in so that the song and/or the movie would garner street cred with the hip-hoppers in order to make the song and/or movie sell more to that audience.
 
 
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As I've done before, I Googled lyrics for this artist, clicked on a random song by the artist, and will now post the lyrics here.  The song is called Holla at Ya Boy:
 
Yea... eh
Bay area stand up... hip hop
You're looking at the future
Young wild nigga might mess around and shoot ya
Came in the game like cane for the (? tuda's?)
Bout to rearrange things... I ain't the same as you losers
I dun seen it all from guns this tall ta bodies getting dumped
Niggas slumped on the wall from crack in the sack
And them cracks in the walls ta hopping out spending 50 racks in the mall
Yeaa holla at ya boy baby... I'm not like them
22 Black coupe black rim... ice grin... ice neck... ice wrist
Looking for a nice bitch
Whip cost a 100 grand the trip is priceless

[Chorus: Cool and Dre]
I got work er'ywhere
Homie tell me what you need
I got people down south that'll let it go for cheap
I got people up top with a plug on the Biz
I got people in the bay
Nigga tell me what it is
You ain't gotta shop around
Ha holla at ya boy... (ha) holla at ya boy... (ha) holla at ya boy
You ain't gotta shop around
Ha holla at ya boy... (ha) holla at ya boy... (ha) holla at ya boy
[ Lyrics from: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/y/ya_boy/holla_at_ya_boy.html ]
[Verse 2: Ya Boy]
If he rep that bay why his swag that way?
Man the bar so fresh plus I'm cool like DRE
Yo my sound so new... like it's still in the wrapper
The rumors so true, yes I'm killin these rappers
Headed down south with a car full of clappers
Inside my trunk all white like pampers
Get it off quickly... headed back swiftly
Heard them boys on me but they'll never get me... no
Who the truth mama let them know
That I keep two nines like Gretzy tho
The young nigga with the peschi flow
That's good fella... catch me in the hood fella... get it understood fella

[Chorus]

[Verse 3: Ya Boy]
Ay you want it I got it
You need it come holla
I got er'ything covered from the top to the bottom
Er'ything come hot from the shots to the dollars
I got my Miami niggas rockin in they impalas
I got my Atlanta niggas trappin clockin they dollas
I got my New York niggas goin hard they wildin
Even the Midwest boys hold it down they ridin
I got killaz up in Cali, ya'll don't want no problems
You ain't gotta make a move just holla at me
Mama do what you do just holla at me
He got a mouth full of jewels tell me who could it be?
Who they want, who they came to see?... It's Y B
 
 
 


 
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YES!!  I HATE THAT COMMERCIAL TOO!!!  I hate when she grabs her ears.  Who, in reality, gets together with their friends and acts like that????
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

As I've done before, I Googled lyrics for this artist, clicked on a random song by the artist, and will now post the lyrics here.  The song is called Holla at Ya Boy:
 
Yea... eh
Bay area stand up... hip hop
You're looking at the future
Young wild nigga might mess around and shoot ya
Came in the game like cane for the (? tuda's?)
Bout to rearrange things... I ain't the same as you losers
I dun seen it all from guns this tall ta bodies getting dumped
Niggas slumped on the wall from crack in the sack
And them cracks in the walls ta hopping out spending 50 racks in the mall
Yeaa holla at ya boy baby... I'm not like them
22 Black coupe black rim... ice grin... ice neck... ice wrist
Looking for a nice bitch
Whip cost a 100 grand the trip is priceless


I tried making sense of just this part. WTF.Wacko 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

As I've done before, I Googled lyrics for this artist, clicked on a random song by the artist, and will now post the lyrics here.  The song is called Holla at Ya Boy:
 
Yea... eh
Bay area stand up... hip hop
You're looking at the future
Young wild nigga might mess around and shoot ya
Came in the game like cane for the (? tuda's?)
Bout to rearrange things... I ain't the same as you losers
I dun seen it all from guns this tall ta bodies getting dumped
Niggas slumped on the wall from crack in the sack
And them cracks in the walls ta hopping out spending 50 racks in the mall
Yeaa holla at ya boy baby... I'm not like them
22 Black coupe black rim... ice grin... ice neck... ice wrist
Looking for a nice bitch
Whip cost a 100 grand the trip is priceless

[Chorus: Cool and Dre]
I got work er'ywhere
Homie tell me what you need
I got people down south that'll let it go for cheap
I got people up top with a plug on the Biz
I got people in the bay
Nigga tell me what it is
You ain't gotta shop around
Ha holla at ya boy... (ha) holla at ya boy... (ha) holla at ya boy
You ain't gotta shop around
Ha holla at ya boy... (ha) holla at ya boy... (ha) holla at ya boy
[ Lyrics from: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/y/ya_boy/holla_at_ya_boy.html ]
[Verse 2: Ya Boy]
If he rep that bay why his swag that way?
Man the bar so fresh plus I'm cool like DRE
Yo my sound so new... like it's still in the wrapper
The rumors so true, yes I'm killin these rappers
Headed down south with a car full of clappers
Inside my trunk all white like pampers
Get it off quickly... headed back swiftly
Heard them boys on me but they'll never get me... no
Who the truth mama let them know
That I keep two nines like Gretzy tho
The young nigga with the peschi flow
That's good fella... catch me in the hood fella... get it understood fella

[Chorus]

[Verse 3: Ya Boy]
Ay you want it I got it
You need it come holla
I got er'ything covered from the top to the bottom
Er'ything come hot from the shots to the dollars
I got my Miami niggas rockin in they impalas
I got my Atlanta niggas trappin clockin they dollas
I got my New York niggas goin hard they wildin
Even the Midwest boys hold it down they ridin
I got killaz up in Cali, ya'll don't want no problems
You ain't gotta make a move just holla at me
Mama do what you do just holla at me
He got a mouth full of jewels tell me who could it be?
Who they want, who they came to see?... It's Y B
 
Yeaa holla at ya boy baby... I'm not like them
22 Black coupe black rim... ice grin... ice neck... ice wrist
Looking for a nice bitch
Whip cost a 100 grand the trip is priceless

 
Yo my sound so new... like it's still in the wrapper
 
Could somebody please explain to me how this slimy punk is different than the rest of the brainless thugs doing the exact same crap? Can somebody tell me what is so "new" about his "sound"?
 
Because it "sounds" exactly like all the other rap diahrea out there stinking up society.
 
It just boggles my mind that some "people" actually regard that verbal feces as 'talent".
 
Low-life, sub-human gutter trash needs to be hosed down the sewer with the rest of sewage.
 
 
 
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what amazes and saddens me is that rap really hasn't evolved much in America. And yet, when I hear rap vocals implemented in music from Japan, France, Korea, Turkey, Russia, and even Italy, it's done so beautifully, often with lovely messages in the lyrics. Of course, a lot of the languages rap works best with are the languages that are either very flowing (Korean, Russian, French), or syllabent (Japanese, Turkish, Mandarin, etc.) English, sadly, is neither.
While I've noticed that English is a very hard language to write music in (Never mind that there's at least 60 years of brilliant lyrics in the first part of the 20th Century), it still shocks me that no one really seems eagre to re-invent the subject matter of American rap lyrics.
 
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Originally posted by Tiz Tiz wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

As I've done before, I Googled lyrics for this artist, clicked on a random song by the artist, and will now post the lyrics here.  The song is called Holla at Ya Boy:
 
Yea... eh
Bay area stand up... hip hop
You're looking at the future
Young wild nigga might mess around and shoot ya
Came in the game like cane for the (? tuda's?)
Bout to rearrange things... I ain't the same as you losers
I dun seen it all from guns this tall ta bodies getting dumped
Niggas slumped on the wall from crack in the sack
And them cracks in the walls ta hopping out spending 50 racks in the mall
Yeaa holla at ya boy baby... I'm not like them
22 Black coupe black rim... ice grin... ice neck... ice wrist
Looking for a nice bitch
Whip cost a 100 grand the trip is priceless


I tried making sense of just this part. WTF.Wacko 
 
It's practically hieroglyphics, trying to decipher it all.  Yet, in the end, it's always gonna be about shooting people or f*cking bitches in the ass.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Sadly, rap's been around 32 years now.  Rock's been around approx 56 years.
 
Here's what that looks like, in sort of a timeline of hyphens:
 
Rock:    --------------------------------------------------------
Rap:     --------------------------------
 
Yet, I still hope that it's just a fad.
 
 
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Technically rap may have been around since the late 70's, but until around '85 or so, it was an obscure genre. If you trace it back to when it started becoming popular, it's only been "around" for about 25 - 26 years.
 
But that's still too damned long. I was thinking it would go the way of disco years ago, but American youth's lack of class & taste is a lot more pervasive than I gave it credit for.
 
Not to mention the music industry's greed & lust for money that has kept it alive by shoving it down our throats probably at the expense of much better, more creative stuff we've never gotten to hear because they'd rather keep producing schlock that young idiots have proven they'll go out & buy.
 
Whatever.
 
It's almost become a kind of fun game, seeing how dilligently I can ignore it.
 
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It used to be party-type music.  I guess it still is, but now the type of party has changed.  I always hear rappers justifying the violent lyrics with the excuse "We sing about real life---life on the streets".  Well, sing about something else, fer Chrissakes.  Expand your friggin' horizons.

The first time I heard rap was while walking through Washington Square Park in NYC at night, and I heard some radio blasting out a female rapper.  She was singing something about credit cards.  This would've been 1979 or 1980.
 
Blondie helped mainstream it in '81, with Rapture.  Thanks for that, Debbie. 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

 
It's almost become a kind of fun game, seeing how dilligently I can ignore it.
 
 
Ignoring the music is one thing.  Ignoring the gang culture associated with it, is another.
 
 
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Stay away from gangs & they won't bother you.
 
The only people they hurt (mostly) are rival gang members & that's a good thing.
 
Let 'em kill as many of themselves as they can. I don't see why the cops even bother. Just scoop 'em up & take 'em to the morgue. If somebody wants to bury one of 'em, come & get 'em. If not, there's always the incinerator or medical research.
 
If you live in a gang infested area, keep your head down & stay away from windows.
 
Hope the bullets don't penetrate the walls.
 
 
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I used to make the ghetto blasterers turn it off on the buses in SF on my way home from work.  There I was, in my 40s and a jacket and tie, telling black teenagers to turn their music off.  They almost always complied.  If they didn't, I'd start acting like I was some sorta nutcase about to go ballistic on 'em.  They had no idea I hadn't been in a fight probably since 7th grade.
 
Did the same with taggers.  I'd get all wild-eyed and loudly demand the bus driver stop the bus, and then I'd order the teens to get off.  "Get the f*ck off!  Now!"
 
It was kinda fun.  Luckily, as I was calling people's bluff, no one called mine.  Some 12 y/o tried once.  Got right in my face.  I just had to laugh.  110 lbs of pubescent bravado just struck me as cute.
 
 
 
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ConfusedYea, o.k...I hate it too when members of the Crips or Bloods fail to use the right shade of Bare Escentuals/Minerals READY eyeshadow without checking to see if it matches what they're currently wearing. Also, just like any other eyeshadow one wears to a good ol'fashioned ass-whupping street fight, it can really make a mess that isn't all that easy to wash out, even with Oxyclean.  
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ConfusedYea, o.k...I hate it too when members of the Crips or Bloods fail to use the right shade of Bare Escentuals/Minerals READY eyeshadow without checking to see if it matches what they're currently wearing. Also, just like any other eyeshadow one wears to a good ol'fashioned ass-whupping street fight, it can really make a mess that isn't all that easy to wash out, even with Oxyclean.  
 
Thanks for bringing this full circle, Pa.  LOL
 
 
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Originally posted by JackieElyse JackieElyse wrote:

YES!!  I HATE THAT COMMERCIAL TOO!!!  I hate when she grabs her ears.  Who, in reality, gets together with their friends and acts like that????
 
I could not agree more. Who does act this way?
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Originally posted by missyme missyme wrote:

Originally posted by JackieElyse JackieElyse wrote:

YES!!  I HATE THAT COMMERCIAL TOO!!!  I hate when she grabs her ears.  Who, in reality, gets together with their friends and acts like that????
 
I could not agree more. Who does act this way?

Yeah, or when she's pretending to be a mime?  And why does it look like all conversations the entire time this group of friends is out together revolve around her?  Every "clip" of their night they keep showing is of her doing something and everyone laughing...
Bring me the head of a pig, and a goblet of something cool and refreshing
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Originally posted by belc0011 belc0011 wrote:

Originally posted by missyme missyme wrote:

Originally posted by JackieElyse JackieElyse wrote:

YES!!  I HATE THAT COMMERCIAL TOO!!!  I hate when she grabs her ears.  Who, in reality, gets together with their friends and acts like that????
 
I could not agree more. Who does act this way?

Yeah, or when she's pretending to be a mime?  And why does it look like all conversations the entire time this group of friends is out together revolve around her?  Every "clip" of their night they keep showing is of her doing something and everyone laughing...
 
I guess the conversations will revolve around you when you got the cool eyeshadow on... or that is what we are supposed to believe.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

ConfusedYea, o.k...I hate it too when members of the Crips or Bloods fail to use the right shade of Bare Escentuals/Minerals READY eyeshadow without checking to see if it matches what they're currently wearing. Also, just like any other eyeshadow one wears to a good ol'fashioned ass-whupping street fight, it can really make a mess that isn't all that easy to wash out, even with Oxyclean.  
 
Thanks for bringing this full circle, Pa.  LOL
 
 
Indeed! Not sure how this post evolved (devolved?) into a rap diatribe, and I LOVE that it was insinuated I was part of a "youth thing." I love the ORIGINAL song. Putting some punk assed lyrics over a GREAT song bothered me.
And I think she's supposed to be playing charades at the table. Her face says she doesn't like the card she drew, but she tries...and at one point, she's a monkey, then she's doing that awful slo-mo knocking on a door...THIS COMMERICAL SUCKS!
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