Don't diss Wez Lundry, quit wasting Thrasher's ink, and fuck ya you old, sucka
Question: Your song, "Jack of Spades," was a hit in the Keenan Ivory Wayans movie, "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
Naija, Rhythm of Love (Nok Records); The O'Jays, Ship Ahoy reissue (Columbia/Legacy); Donnie, The Colored Section (Giant Step/Motown); Morgan Heritage, Three In One (VP Records); Sean Ardoin & Zydekool, Home Brew (Tomorrow Recordings); Wayne Wonder, No Holding Back (Atlantic); Bravehearts, Bravehearted (Sony); Ben Harper, Diamonds on the Inside (Virgin); Lil' Flip & Sucka
Free Present (Columbia); M.
He's also starred in Shaft, Cleopatra Jones, Car Wash and I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
, but it was when he landed a role alongside silver screen legend Anthony Quinn in director Barry Shear's Seventies cop movie Across 110th Street that his career took off.
As when Aunt Oralia (Rosa Escalante) wonders, "Can't you just yank that little sucka
[the dead fetus] out?
The Wayans have been to this well before with their blaxploitation spoof I'm Gonna Get You Sucka
In a world of look, sound and speak-a-likes, Sucka
Brown bucks the musical trend like a mechanical bull on speed, coupling tracks packed with soulful bounce and pop sensibility with a high energy live show that always gets the crowd on their feet shaking like a leaf.
We will showcase these young men one by one in a three-part series beginning this month with Hectic, a Hunter's Point resident, who lives just up the hill from Thrashers worldwide headquarters here in the Sucka
She lamented that this was the sort of film Robert Townsend and Keenen Ivory Wayans skewered 20 years ago in the satirical comedies ``Hollywood Shuffle'' and ``I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
Wayans also developed Low Down Dirty Shame, Most Wanted, and I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
I'm also delighted that director Keenen Ivory Wayans, who has rained so much pleasure upon the world since the days of In Living Color and I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
, has beaten at the box office such would-be blockbusters as The Patriot and Gone in 60 Seconds, and on a fraction of their budgets.
Other participants in the 2004 Detroit Hip-Hop Summit included Proof, Swift, Bizarre and Kuniva from D12, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck of the G Unit, Reverend Run of Run-DMC, the Ying Yang Twins, Obie Trice, Bizzy Bone of Bone, Thugs-n-Harmony, Lil' Scrappy, Paul Rosenberg, CEO of Shady Records, Chris Lighty, CEO of Violator, Michael Concepcion, CEO of Grand Jury Records, Duane "Hump" Hobbs, CEO of Sucka
Free Records, Eric Nicks, VP A&R Columbia Records, Bryan Calhoun, CEO Label Management Systems, Sara Stokes of Da Band, Green Lantern, Big Pat, Big Herk, Rita Mosely, Cardi Boys, Phat Cat and Melanie Rutherford.
I pity the fool who answered yes to more than three of these questions because man do you need to take my advice sucka
and man up.