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colton grundy the undying
June 6, 2019
12:22 am
Reverend Kane
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we need a new blaze album up in this muthafucker. what direction yall wanna hear from the dead man. i know sum of yall might disagree with this but on the production tip i think young wicked could school the shit on a blaze album. i honestly think that would be dope. 

June 6, 2019
7:12 am
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Colton Grundy was his best album, in my opinion. Good production with technical beats. He sounded like he wanted to record that album. Everything hes done recently feels like hes phoning it in a bit. Maybe Madrox stopped writing his verses for him...

I think a Young Wicked produced Blaze album would be the best option for him at the moment. I used to think YW was trash but since he joined MNE, I honestly think hes one of the most talented artists on the label.

June 6, 2019
7:33 am
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I want a straight G-Funk album from Blaze. Call it Dead G-Funk or something, cuz he's a dead G, G.

I still think it's a huge shame that Cold 187um on Psychopathic didn't last longer than it did. I wanted to see a full length album from him, him providing beats and/or hooks to others on the roster, a super group, and – getting back to the topic – I always thought it would have been super dope had he produced a g-funk album for Blaze.

Whoop Whoop, T.O. :

bozodklown
June 7, 2019
12:37 am
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cold 187 producing some blaze. word that woulda been fresh. cold 187um should of dropped a chronic like album an psy. instead of dre beats with features from snoop, daz, kurupt, rage ect. it could of been cold 187 beats with features from icp , twiztid , blaze ,abk ect. it could of been the psychopathic version of the chronic with that original cold 187 g funk.missed oppurtunity. 

June 7, 2019
7:34 am
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Reverend Kane said
cold 187 producing some blaze. word that woulda been fresh. cold 187um should of dropped a chronic like album an psy. instead of dre beats with features from snoop, daz, kurupt, rage ect. it could of been cold 187 beats with features from icp , twiztid , blaze ,abk ect. it could of been the psychopathic version of the chronic with that original cold 187 g funk.missed oppurtunity.   

agreed...one of Psychopathic's worst decisions creatively was just having him put out an album rapping over classic Psychopathic instrumentals...then he tried to mix in storytelling and it just all felt forced and awkward as fuck lol I think the storytelling aspect would have worked better with actually original production and though Cold187 is a legend in his own right I'm not sure lyrically he was strong enough to carry a whole project with no features or anything...a Chronic-type of record with Psychopathic artists (and other West Coast cats) poppin up all over it would have been pretty fresh...unfortunately things just didn't work out

June 7, 2019
7:34 am
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The Colton Grundy album is ok in my opinion. I consider it and clockwork gray his weakest releases. Colton Grundy was supposed to be a whole different persona than blaze and it ended up being just a blaze album and the gimmick was poorly executed.

as far as cold187um goes, that is just an example of violent j’s Stupid ideas failing. How are you going to sign a legendary westcoast rapper/producer and then make him do a mixtape over psychopathic artists beats??? How did he think that was a good idea? Anyway losing hutch was just dumb. The guy could’ve added a lot to the label. 

June 7, 2019
1:11 pm
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Musically, I think Blaze benefited more than anyone by jumping to MNE from Psychopathic - he seems like he's having more fun. His stuff on the label has been some of the best music he's done in years, so I'm all for a new album ASAP.

Also that new Drive-By was great.

Kill Your Boss

June 7, 2019
5:06 pm
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chops said
as far as cold187um goes, that is just an example of violent j’s Stupid ideas failing. How are you going to sign a legendary westcoast rapper/producer and then make him do a mixtape over psychopathic artists beats??? How did he think that was a good idea? Anyway losing hutch was just dumb. The guy could’ve added a lot to the label.   

I guess there's no denying that it was a really bad move just by judging from the outcome and the backlash. But for the life of me I can't understand why the reception was so negative. I loved that album. Before he dropped the album I wasn't that familiar with Hutch. I knew of Above The Law but only really knew Murder Rap. I remember not really feeling him either before he dropped The Only Solution. Wasn't a fan of The Psychopathic Assassin and Where Do We Go From Here, so I didn't have high expectations for the album at all. Then i remember reading the tracklist and which beats he took and I wasn't feeling that either - some songs that I hated (like Damn Bitch) and some that were just too iconic to turn into something different (like Chicken Huntin). But then the album dropped and holy shit, imo he fucking schooled it. When I listen to that album I don't even think about the originals. And that's pretty fucking impressive.
Actually, today I listened to Suicide Hotline, which has always been one of my favorite ICP songs, and yet I had Cold 187um's L.A. stuck in my head.

I think The Only Solution has to be the most underrated album ever dropped on Psychopathic.

Sorry to derail the thread. Really hoping a Zodiac Mprint album will be released soon-ish, but not holding my breath. And I want ROC to be the sole producer of it. Seven can do some dope shit, but Zodiac belongs to ROC and Ride The Stars proved that.

June 8, 2019
10:17 pm
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Grundy and Gang Raz (MNE release) are my favorite Blaze records. The latter was his most polished release imo

June 12, 2019
11:04 pm
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I've been liking some of his one off shit recently like Aye-ya off of Songs to Smoke to and The Trunk for YOTS bonus disk, I want to say Fritz produced them? But either way I wouldn't mind seeing a full album in the funky style. But Grundy and 1 Less G are my favorite release from him, overall best production and lyrics imo

June 21, 2019
5:59 pm
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been bumping 4 the og's and blaze could get up on some more godsynth beats. that could be dope as well. been bumping black dickies, in the news again, and shit gets real loud as fuck.23

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