Waystid Talent Classics is a new series we have where we will be showcasing old school tracks from our large library of music we've recorded over the past decade.
This tracks comes from Lu Cipher's album REIDefined which was released in 2004. The song features Lu Cipher and former Waystid Talent artists Epidemic and Ri$ko (Whited Out) spittin' some real lyrics over a beat produced by NIP Productions. This is one of those tracks that you'll be able to relate if you've ever lived check to check trying to make ends meet.
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Merry Christmas to all the fans of Waystid Talent Productions. As our gift to you, Lu CIpher and Kingpin demolish Gucci Mane's "Wasted" Instrumental. Download the MP3 at http://waystid.com/mc
Brotha Bas & Young 4-5 spittin to a beat by Cipher Jr. These kids are the future of Waystid Talent.
Lu Cipher and Coz Da Man in the booth spittin' to Lil' Wayne's A Millie. Download this track at the new waystid.com
Lu Cipher going in on that MIMS "Move" Instrumental. Check out http://www.waystid.com for more music and videos.
Lu Cipher the Concept King comes hard with one of his exclusive songs off of Swaggaholic 2. “Cereal Killer” is one of those songs that proves that Lu Cipher is lyrically one of the best emcees in the game. He cleverly names almost every cereal ever created in the form of witty punchlines and creative wordplay to bring you one of 2008’s top songs. This is definitely one song you’ll keep listening to until the milk’s finished.
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Lu Cipher and Kingpin just spitting bars after walking in the house fresh off a beer and a blunt. This is completely off the top. No written bullshit here. This freestyle is brought to you by marijuana and the good folks at the Corona factory.
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JP of The Fearless Crew is a bum who comes to the Boss Hogs club in downtown Tampa. Brotha Bas is working security at the door so we decide to have an interview with this up and coming rapper from MIA, New York (wherever the hell that is). Don't be this guy!
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Kingpin kicks some rhymes off the top to Yessurr's Pushaman instrumental.
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The King's thought segment is just a few words King gives of his opinion on hip hops current state. This segment he goes on a rant explaining how he feels about Cash Money Artist Lil Wayne. For this and more King's thoughts Segment's stay posted to Waystid.com
Lu Cipher takes a break from a recording session to bless SwagTV with some bars. This song will be featured on the King & I mixtape dropping soon. Hit up http://www.waystid.com to stay posted.
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It's funny how hard it is for people to say such a simple line once they have a little alcohol in 'em.
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Double A tells some racist jokes on SwagTV. Double A is not racist...racist jokes are just funny. Don't take things so seriously. Just laugh and enjoy the video.
Someone calls this dude out to a bike race but crashes right at the start. FMoral of the story is - Don't Drink & Drive goes for motorcycles too. (Watch this in HD it's much easier to see)
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This is first track from Lu Cipher’s weekly Hiphop series. What better way to start things off than by bringing an end to a beat like Jay-Z’s “Death of Autotune.” Cipher goes in with some mind-numbing punchlines that’ll make you wonder what the kid was on when he though of some of this shit. Looks like the future is bright for the Waystid Talent fans out there.
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For missing week 5, Lu Cipher decides to bless the fans with bars. This is track 1 in the week of slaughter where Cipher goes opff to Slaughterhouse's "Lyrical Murderers" instrumental.
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