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Title: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Meho on July 24, 2007, 06:58:22 AM
Hes on some T-Pain shit but J.R. did his thing production wise.

1. Intro
2. Kingston
3. Take You There
4. Me Love
5. Beautiful Girls
6. Dry Your Eyes
7. Got No Shorty
8. There s Nothin
9. I Can Feel It
10. Drummer Boy
11. Your Sister
12. That Ain t Right
13. Change
14. Colors (2007) (Reggae Remix featuring Vybz Kartel and Kardinal Official)
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Nasty Nem on July 24, 2007, 08:19:16 AM
pm the link if you got it plz
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Eddie G. on July 24, 2007, 10:39:16 AM
group rip?  cuz you can listen to this on myspace, so its probably just ripped from there.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Eddie G. on July 24, 2007, 11:19:18 AM
damn, this shit is TIGHT!  I don't like Beautiful Girls at all, but this CD is on some other shit.  I wish it would have come out earlier in the summer, its straight feel good music.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Matty on July 24, 2007, 11:26:00 AM
any chance of a pm anybody...? 8)
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Eddie G. on July 24, 2007, 11:30:10 AM
just go to myspace.com/seankingston, that's what I did, and you can listen to the whole thing there
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Zuka on July 24, 2007, 11:35:05 AM
I haven't really followed the news around Sean Kingston ever since I interviewed him half a year ago ago, but this kid recorded tracks with pretty much every current big name in the industry for this album...

 ??? ??? ???


Don't get me wrong, I'm glad it's all one producer, but this is surprising to me!
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Eddie G. on July 24, 2007, 11:41:58 AM
My bet is that with the success of Beautfiul Girls, they wanted to make a pop album instead of using his rap style (like Colors) so they shelved all the rap songs.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Zuka on July 24, 2007, 11:42:41 AM
My bet is that with the success of Beautfiul Girls, they wanted to make a pop album instead of using his rap style (like Colors) so they shelved all the rap songs.

lol, for the re-release :P
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Matty on July 24, 2007, 01:24:58 PM
checked out the myspace...beats are banging...anybody got a hook-up for the cd?
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: everlast1986 on July 24, 2007, 01:56:18 PM
throw me a link i'll give this dude a chance
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Matty on July 24, 2007, 05:50:33 PM
tracks worth checkin

take you there
drummer boy
that aint right
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: CRAFTY on July 25, 2007, 06:30:49 AM
damn, this shit is TIGHT!  I don't like Beautiful Girls at all, but this CD is on some other shit.  I wish it would have come out earlier in the summer, its straight feel good music.

Yeah, I just gave every track a spin, and I have to say...it's some nice shit to bump in the summer. It's still too early to judge the young man's album in its entirety after just one spin, but so far I'm feeling most of the songs. Also, the fact that he stuck with one producer is something I definitely appreciate.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: You Ain't Shit on July 25, 2007, 09:35:27 AM
ima have to hear this shit
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: R-Tistic on July 25, 2007, 02:14:45 PM
LOL, PM please?
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Canuck on July 25, 2007, 03:32:38 PM
pm the link if you got it plz
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: The.Game on July 25, 2007, 05:17:22 PM
PM Plz?
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Matty on July 25, 2007, 06:20:41 PM
just try www.myspace.com/seankingston and listen there in decent quality...the webrip that's being passed around is really bad quality
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: UWA 187 on July 25, 2007, 10:01:21 PM
Are there any songs similar to Colors or are they all like Beautiful Girls? I prefer his harder style but am guessin since the Girls song blew up they went with that type of stuff. Please tell me I'm wrong?
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: K.Dub on July 25, 2007, 11:56:26 PM
DAmn that Beautiful Girls is soooo wack. and that was like the first SK track i've heard, so it made me don't wanna listen to anymore from him. lol
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Rickdeeznutz on July 26, 2007, 05:15:15 PM
the beats are bangin, JR hooked Kingston up 8)
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Meho on July 27, 2007, 03:02:14 AM
Group rip is out...
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: AnybodyKilla on July 27, 2007, 03:24:06 AM
This dude is pretty dope, at first i thought he was like 26 or someshit lol, dudes 17, hes damn young and gettin paid, aww how that feels. All the songs on his myspace are summer time songs he should dropped this cd mid June or early July or someshit, everyone would be bumpin it everywhere, are all those tracks off his album, why he realease em for wtf lol?
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Lord Funk on July 27, 2007, 11:51:00 AM
I heard 'Beautiful Girls' for the first time today, simply because Bol's piece on it at XXLmag.com made me laugh. It's fucking horrible.

But damn if some of those tracks on the Myspace don't knock. I don't know if I'd shell out for the guy's album because I don't imagine there's any real replay value whatsoever. But as far as pop music, it's cool.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: thisoneguy360 on July 27, 2007, 12:40:29 PM
The first time I heard him was on Colors from youknowwhatits vol 4 and his verse was very dope on that. Then I heard that beautiful girls, it had me thinking is this the same guy?
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Zuka on July 28, 2007, 10:02:08 AM
J.R. & Sean Kingston making Drummer Boy...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBqlPOVyXsI
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Shallow on July 28, 2007, 01:25:09 PM
What's so bad about Beautiful Girls? Granted it pales in comparison to the song that the sample comes from but how many loves songs really stand up to Ben E King's classic. For a pop love song I like the vocal melody and the lyrics. I'll take

You're way too beautiful girl
That's why it'll never work
You'll have me suicidal, suicidal
When you say it's over
Damn all these beautiful girls
They only wanna do your dirt
They'll have you suicidal, suicidal
When they say it's over


over


Move Bitch Get Out The Way, Get Out The Way, Get Out the Way.


The kid is 17 after all.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: K.Dub on July 28, 2007, 02:11:08 PM
What's so bad about Beautiful Girls? Granted it pales in comparison to the song that the sample comes from but how many loves songs really stand up to Ben E King's classic. For a pop love song I like the vocal melody and the lyrics. I'll take

You're way too beautiful girl
That's why it'll never work
You'll have me suicidal, suicidal
When you say it's over
Damn all these beautiful girls
They only wanna do your dirt
They'll have you suicidal, suicidal
When they say it's over


over


Move Bitch Get Out The Way, Get Out The Way, Get Out the Way.


The kid is 17 after all.

Lol. Cuz he's a rapper who switches to T-Pain style like in a sec. The vocal sucks. I actually laughed when I saw the vid. I thought Sean Kingston was gonna be a hard ass gangsta rapper. no homo

btw,
Move Bitch >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Beautiful Girl
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Shallow on July 28, 2007, 05:06:23 PM
What's so bad about Beautiful Girls? Granted it pales in comparison to the song that the sample comes from but how many loves songs really stand up to Ben E King's classic. For a pop love song I like the vocal melody and the lyrics. I'll take

You're way too beautiful girl
That's why it'll never work
You'll have me suicidal, suicidal
When you say it's over
Damn all these beautiful girls
They only wanna do your dirt
They'll have you suicidal, suicidal
When they say it's over


over


Move Bitch Get Out The Way, Get Out The Way, Get Out the Way.


The kid is 17 after all.

Lol. Cuz he's a rapper who switches to T-Pain style like in a sec. The vocal sucks. I actually laughed when I saw the vid. I thought Sean Kingston was gonna be a hard ass gangsta rapper. no homo

btw,
Move Bitch >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Beautiful Girl


I think the vocals are fine for a reggae song. They sound honest. No one ever confused Bob Marley for David Ruffin as far as singing was concerned but he made it work. I don't know maybe it's because I grew up around a lot of Jamaicans and it's refereshing to see an american song with a reggae feel that sounds legimiately Jamaican.


You think saying "Move Bitch" followed by "Get out The Way" three times is better than the Beatiful Girls chorus?

You seem like someone that only listens to rap.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: K.Dub on July 28, 2007, 06:42:57 PM
What's so bad about Beautiful Girls? Granted it pales in comparison to the song that the sample comes from but how many loves songs really stand up to Ben E King's classic. For a pop love song I like the vocal melody and the lyrics. I'll take

You're way too beautiful girl
That's why it'll never work
You'll have me suicidal, suicidal
When you say it's over
Damn all these beautiful girls
They only wanna do your dirt
They'll have you suicidal, suicidal
When they say it's over


over


Move Bitch Get Out The Way, Get Out The Way, Get Out the Way.


The kid is 17 after all.

Lol. Cuz he's a rapper who switches to T-Pain style like in a sec. The vocal sucks. I actually laughed when I saw the vid. I thought Sean Kingston was gonna be a hard ass gangsta rapper. no homo

btw,
Move Bitch >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Beautiful Girl


I think the vocals are fine for a reggae song. They sound honest. No one ever confused Bob Marley for David Ruffin as far as singing was concerned but he made it work. I don't know maybe it's because I grew up around a lot of Jamaicans and it's refereshing to see an american song with a reggae feel that sounds legimiately Jamaican.


You think saying "Move Bitch" followed by "Get out The Way" three times is better than the Beatiful Girls chorus?

You seem like someone that only listens to rap.

It's all about opinions, and imo it is, yes

No, I'm not
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Shallow on July 28, 2007, 09:02:34 PM
What's so bad about Beautiful Girls? Granted it pales in comparison to the song that the sample comes from but how many loves songs really stand up to Ben E King's classic. For a pop love song I like the vocal melody and the lyrics. I'll take

You're way too beautiful girl
That's why it'll never work
You'll have me suicidal, suicidal
When you say it's over
Damn all these beautiful girls
They only wanna do your dirt
They'll have you suicidal, suicidal
When they say it's over


over


Move Bitch Get Out The Way, Get Out The Way, Get Out the Way.


The kid is 17 after all.

Lol. Cuz he's a rapper who switches to T-Pain style like in a sec. The vocal sucks. I actually laughed when I saw the vid. I thought Sean Kingston was gonna be a hard ass gangsta rapper. no homo

btw,
Move Bitch >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Beautiful Girl


I think the vocals are fine for a reggae song. They sound honest. No one ever confused Bob Marley for David Ruffin as far as singing was concerned but he made it work. I don't know maybe it's because I grew up around a lot of Jamaicans and it's refereshing to see an american song with a reggae feel that sounds legimiately Jamaican.


You think saying "Move Bitch" followed by "Get out The Way" three times is better than the Beatiful Girls chorus?

You seem like someone that only listens to rap.

It's all about opinions, and imo it is, yes

No, I'm not


Opinions only go so far. I'm not talking about the tracks as a whole. Just to clarify fully I mean the lyrical aspect of each chorus. One is a stupid attempt at being funny while being sexist and only uses 6 words the other is a half decent attmept at pop lyrics about young love. Could you at least explain your position. Saying "it's my opinion" and leaving it at that accomplishes nothing.

The beautiful girl chorus at least conveys a real meaning. It's a young boy frustrated by his own emotions and his victimhood of the shallow aspects of society with regards to outer beauty. As well as the perpetrator aspects by the girls in that same society. The Move Bitch chorus is 6 words further asserting Luda's frustration with groupies and gold diggers and how he wants to inflict violence on them. That's why I prefer one over the other.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Eddie G. on July 28, 2007, 09:40:44 PM
I prefer Move Bitch too.  Sure, the lyrics are deeper in Beautiful Girls, but the simple fact is that I don't like the song.  I don't like the feel of it, I don't like the production, and I don't like the vocals.  Lyrics only get you so far.  And the Move Bitch chorus is good for what it's supposed to be - a few catchy words that are quotable.  That song isn't supposed to express anything other than "you need to get the fuck out of my way and watch me shine, hater."  That's a good message too IMO.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: LakersAlldaWay on July 28, 2007, 09:58:58 PM
JR is the best producer in the game right now, hands down. That Kingston beat is crazy! He just knows where to go with the music consistently, whereas other solid producers like Storch are hit or miss.
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Post by: Shallow on July 28, 2007, 10:36:14 PM
I prefer Move Bitch too.  Sure, the lyrics are deeper in Beautiful Girls, but the simple fact is that I don't like the song.  I don't like the feel of it, I don't like the production, and I don't like the vocals.  Lyrics only get you so far.  And the Move Bitch chorus is good for what it's supposed to be - a few catchy words that are quotable.  That song isn't supposed to express anything other than "you need to get the fuck out of my way and watch me shine, hater."  That's a good message too IMO.


1. I'm not talking about either track as a whole. I was talking about just the lyrics in the chorus. But how can you go wrong with the Stand By Me riff? Don't tell me you don't like Stand By Me.


2. Read the full lyrics to Luda's verse in that song. He is talking about violently attacking females. I know it's supposed to be funny. I just find it stupid. The only funny part is watching girls in clubs jump for joy and dance when it comes on. That's like seeing a bunch of black guys dancing to a country song with some guy yodeling "Move Nigger, Get Outta Ma Way, Outta Ma Way, Outta Ma Way".


3. The only reason Mobe Bitch even came up was because I was comparing the "stupidity" of Beautiful Girls to the other crap that's out there in the main stream.
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Post by: Eddie G. on July 28, 2007, 11:10:42 PM
I prefer Move Bitch too.  Sure, the lyrics are deeper in Beautiful Girls, but the simple fact is that I don't like the song.  I don't like the feel of it, I don't like the production, and I don't like the vocals.  Lyrics only get you so far.  And the Move Bitch chorus is good for what it's supposed to be - a few catchy words that are quotable.  That song isn't supposed to express anything other than "you need to get the fuck out of my way and watch me shine, hater."  That's a good message too IMO.


1. I'm not talking about either track as a whole. I was talking about just the lyrics in the chorus. But how can you go wrong with the Stand By Me riff? Don't tell me you don't like Stand By Me.


2. Read the full lyrics to Luda's verse in that song. He is talking about violently attacking females. I know it's supposed to be funny. I just find it stupid. The only funny part is watching girls in clubs jump for joy and dance when it comes on. That's like seeing a bunch of black guys dancing to a country song with some guy yodeling "Move Nigger, Get Outta Ma Way, Outta Ma Way, Outta Ma Way".


3. The only reason Mobe Bitch even came up was because I was comparing the "stupidity" of Beautiful Girls to the other crap that's out there in the main stream.
OK, if you're not talking about either track as a whole, cool.  I see what you're saying about the lyrics being more thoughtful, and I agree.  I'm just saying that I didn't enjoy it as much.  I've never heard the "Stand By Me" riff either, so I don't know about that.

I interepreted the lyrics to Luda's verse as talking shit to haters in general, I didn't think he meant girls specifically just because he says "bitch."  I think he just means "bitch" in the sense of a loser.  It is funny, and it is stupid also.

And you're right, "Beautiful Girls" is an intelligent song for mainstream radio, rather than A-Bay-Bay or something like that.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: K.Dub on July 29, 2007, 03:30:28 AM
What's so bad about Beautiful Girls? Granted it pales in comparison to the song that the sample comes from but how many loves songs really stand up to Ben E King's classic. For a pop love song I like the vocal melody and the lyrics. I'll take

You're way too beautiful girl
That's why it'll never work
You'll have me suicidal, suicidal
When you say it's over
Damn all these beautiful girls
They only wanna do your dirt
They'll have you suicidal, suicidal
When they say it's over


over


Move Bitch Get Out The Way, Get Out The Way, Get Out the Way.


The kid is 17 after all.

Lol. Cuz he's a rapper who switches to T-Pain style like in a sec. The vocal sucks. I actually laughed when I saw the vid. I thought Sean Kingston was gonna be a hard ass gangsta rapper. no homo

btw,
Move Bitch >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Beautiful Girl


I think the vocals are fine for a reggae song. They sound honest. No one ever confused Bob Marley for David Ruffin as far as singing was concerned but he made it work. I don't know maybe it's because I grew up around a lot of Jamaicans and it's refereshing to see an american song with a reggae feel that sounds legimiately Jamaican.


You think saying "Move Bitch" followed by "Get out The Way" three times is better than the Beatiful Girls chorus?

You seem like someone that only listens to rap.

It's all about opinions, and imo it is, yes

No, I'm not


Opinions only go so far. I'm not talking about the tracks as a whole. Just to clarify fully I mean the lyrical aspect of each chorus. One is a stupid attempt at being funny while being sexist and only uses 6 words the other is a half decent attmept at pop lyrics about young love. Could you at least explain your position. Saying "it's my opinion" and leaving it at that accomplishes nothing.

The beautiful girl chorus at least conveys a real meaning. It's a young boy frustrated by his own emotions and his victimhood of the shallow aspects of society with regards to outer beauty. As well as the perpetrator aspects by the girls in that same society. The Move Bitch chorus is 6 words further asserting Luda's frustration with groupies and gold diggers and how he wants to inflict violence on them. That's why I prefer one over the other.

I see what you're saying. what I don't see is why u compare BG with Move Bitch. lol
A real meaning u say? As for me, it's nothing more than the usual cliche type of lyrics.

Btw, the sample is ait, I like Stand By Me
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: Shallow on July 29, 2007, 08:55:29 AM
Eddie - You've never heard one of the great pop love songs of all time? If today's RnB guys could sing a quarter as good as Ben E King we'd have a much better set of songs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9Y6ARjIL-E

And Luda makes it pretty clear with his first verse that he's talking to a female.



K.Dub - Move Bitch was just the first song that popped in my head. I was just looking for a goofy pop type chrous that was all over place. It eaily could have been In The Club or Bootyliscious. The point was that while those songs are stupid attempts that weird comedy, Kingston's at least sounded like an honest attempt at exprsseing a feeling. Like Avril Lavigne's complicated.

It's not that I think it's all that intelligent, I just think it's pretty good or a) a 17 year old and b) in today's shitty scene. I'm not saying it's Bob Dylan's Like A Rolling Stone. Now that was an iteliigent relationship song. If you haven't heard it, hear it, read the lyrics, and hear it again. Great song that changed the music forever.
Title: Re: Sean Kingston - Sean Kingston leaked (14 J.R. Rotem tracks)
Post by: white Boy on August 01, 2007, 10:35:45 AM
stand by me is one of the most incredible songs of all time, sad that 80% of people who hear this song wont know of the sample