Author Topic: 50 Cent - OK, You're Right (Prod by Dr. Dre, Street Single Off BISD) (DIRTY-CDQ)  (Read 4380 times)

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50 has contract obligations; he has to release albums every 2 years, for 5 albums. He already has 3, now this + greatest hits and he's done. But yeah, after this he should definitely take like a 3 year break. It already seems like he's more into acting than rapping; I just don't see any reason for him to be motivated right now. With that being said I think BISD is gonna be a dope album; he's just too obsessed with singles, *cough* In Da Club which was a gift and a curse.
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I actually prefer I Get It In. The beat gets boring after a while. Thanks for the cdq.

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the drums on 'get up' were awesome as they were 8)

i would have loved that beat to have been built up more, the live version with electric guitars and other instruments going off on it was great 8)

beat wise - get up > i get it in > ok you're right

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the drums on 'get up' were awesome as they were 8)

i would have loved that beat to have been built up more, the live version with electric guitars and other instruments going off on it was great 8)

beat wise - get up > i get it in > ok you're right

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50 is almost rapping about the same content on all three.

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the drums on 'get up' were awesome as they were 8)

i would have loved that beat to have been built up more, the live version with electric guitars and other instruments going off on it was great 8)

beat wise - get up > i get it in > ok you're right

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50 is almost rapping about the same content on all three.


I don't understand this argument.  What is he supposed to rap about?  The boy is rich, that's what he now knows.  Is he going to spit about acting, who'd take him serious?  Is he going to spit about his technical investments in vitamin water, who'd take him serious?  If he spits about his youth people say he's not living that lifestyle anymore and should spit about something else.   If he ain't spitting about this, what is he supposed to spit about?  He could provided more introspective tracks like Hate It or Love It or past relationships turned sour but beyond that what else can he say?

the drums on 'get up' were awesome as they were 8)

i would have loved that beat to have been built up more, the live version with electric guitars and other instruments going off on it was great 8)

beat wise - get up > i get it in > ok you're right

You really think the drums sound better? Weird. 
To me, the drums on Get Up sound machine produced while the drums on Okay, You're Right sound as if they were recorded from an instrument. 

Instrument > machine

The drum pattern - how it builds up as if you were walking up steps; the sound affects; and the contribution of keys on Get Up make the track sound complete or a full package compared to OK, You're Right.
Cool breeze; I'm hopping out of new Beams
My outfit ran me a few G's but none of that will matter if you leave
I used to be an Adam with two Eves and shawtys automatically do me
Excuse me, all that happened before you doesn't matter
I'm a vision of the future climbing the success ladder
Recline, in the mean time, twenty three shine, diamond bling blind as I rewind
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nearly all the drums on 'get up' sound like live effects to me. the mixing is crazy 8)

the ones that aren't are the ones underneath that you can hear clearly in the intro. i'd bet that they were the original drums for the track from scott storch. dre obviously did his thing layering all the extra sounds over the top, completely transforming it...
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the drums on 'get up' were awesome as they were 8)

i would have loved that beat to have been built up more, the live version with electric guitars and other instruments going off on it was great 8)

beat wise - get up > i get it in > ok you're right

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50 is almost rapping about the same content on all three.


I don't understand this argument.  What is he supposed to rap about?  The boy is rich, that's what he now knows.  Is he going to spit about acting, who'd take him serious?  Is he going to spit about his technical investments in vitamin water, who'd take him serious?  If he spits about his youth people say he's not living that lifestyle anymore and should spit about something else.   If he ain't spitting about this, what is he supposed to spit about?  He could provided more introspective tracks like Hate It or Love It or past relationships turned sour but beyond that what else can he say?

the drums on 'get up' were awesome as they were 8)

i would have loved that beat to have been built up more, the live version with electric guitars and other instruments going off on it was great 8)

beat wise - get up > i get it in > ok you're right

You really think the drums sound better? Weird. 
To me, the drums on Get Up sound machine produced while the drums on Okay, You're Right sound as if they were recorded from an instrument. 

Instrument > machine

The drum pattern - how it builds up as if you were walking up steps; the sound affects; and the contribution of keys on Get Up make the track sound complete or a full package compared to OK, You're Right.

Why not create a concept like Relapse? All I'm looking forward to from BISD is epic production with catchy hooks.

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This beats meant to be simple tho, its a mainstream single which is meant to be catchy, the subject matter was a given although the lyrics coulda been better, but the flows 8) so im not really bothered, beats mad addictive lool

Personally This > Get Up (Noo replay value) > I Get It In (So mediocre imo plus i hate the drums)
 

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alot of rappers are rich, they dont have just rap about being rich though ::)

As for people who dont think this is all that, suddenly being called haters, thats so laughable.

For real, the beat, the best thing about it is the drum pattern and the effects in the background. The actual MAIN MELODY, the main skeleton of the beat, is so simple and repetive, its nothing special at all. Its 'dada-didi-' thats all it is. Its what dre was giving niggas who couldnt afford dre A beats a while back. Like i said, its got a heavy sound and i dont think its wack. But its nothing special at all. As for eminem souding good on this, i disagree, the beats to heavy for eminems voice. We already seen how off he sounds on a beat like crack a bottle(a beat/sample i dislike) but point is, 50s voice fits this and its much more suited for 50 than an eminem.

Its okay ..like i said, 3/5. 50 sound alive, but its the same track 3 times. get up, i get it in and now this. Get up was the best though but all three imo were fast food music.

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i can appreciate an argument for this being completely wack but as a street single which its presumably intended to be, its pretty good. even though beat wise its more basic than those other 2 singles, isn't terrible by any means. the hook is highly dodgy though...i really wonder what dre woulda been saying in the studio when they were making this - 'yo that ok, ok, ok shit is fire!' you'd of thought they could come up with somethng a bit better than that...

i wonder when the album will come out though...seems a bit early to be building it up as eminem has literally just come out.

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What should he rap about?

I keep seeing folks saying what they think someone should rap about.  How about you rap about what you want to hear or just don't listen to that artist?  Go peep someone else.

Because really you know 50 came up like Common on that conscience tip and he was political like Immortal Technique and he dropped those scientific rhymes like Canibus.  50 is what he is.  He's just sticking to what he's always done.  Who's as rich as 50 besides Jay and Diddy?  Diddy doesn't write his own shit.  Jay fell back to spitting about drugs for American Gangster which I could give a fuck about because it was dope.  Everyone sticks to what they are.  No problem here.
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i really wonder what dre woulda been saying in the studio when they were making this - 'yo that ok, ok, ok shit is fire!'

lmao, thats pretty hilarious
 

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Action! i'm surprised anybody would complain much about 50's lyrical content. i wouldn't of thought anyone really listened to him for his content, more his delivery/sound on records and ability to drop a few catchy rhymes. i know i don't really pay too much attention to what he's saying, it's all a bunch of nonsense really (post get rich and die trying anyway). that doesn't mean he can't make great records, but its always his delivery and flow matching the production that makes it, not the lyrics.
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Action! i'm surprised anybody would complain much about 50's lyrical content. i wouldn't of thought anyone really listened to him for his content, more his delivery/sound on records and ability to drop a few catchy rhymes. i know i don't really pay too much attention to what he's saying, it's all a bunch of nonsense really (post get rich and die trying anyway). that doesn't mean he can't make great records, but its always his delivery and flow matching the production that makes it, not the lyrics.

Basically, I guess, I think, that's my point said in another fashion. 
Cool breeze; I'm hopping out of new Beams
My outfit ran me a few G's but none of that will matter if you leave
I used to be an Adam with two Eves and shawtys automatically do me
Excuse me, all that happened before you doesn't matter
I'm a vision of the future climbing the success ladder
Recline, in the mean time, twenty three shine, diamond bling blind as I rewind
- Banks
 

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50 is not just rich,he's extra rich ;D

when i first hear sound's dope.but is meh..dont feel it..borning mega borning...Mulderfucker
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Re: 50 Cent - OK, You're Right (Prod by Dr. Dre) (CDQ)
« Reply #90 on: May 20, 2009, 12:09:53 AM »
the CDQ sounds mad good! 8)

Chrous in the background sounds ill! Looks like Jimmys gearing up for BISD already I like it
yeah, that's why it was pushed back numerous times  :P
he even sent Dre in.

Relapse 2 will come first, as it's all that aftermath has left


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Dope beat! 50's flow is better than it has been but usual borin lyrics talking of miami, bugatti, im rich etc etc etc....
I will believe Detox when I hear a single for it and have the album in my hands.
but what if you loose your hands before Detox drops?
 

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the drums on 'get up' were awesome as they were 8)

i would have loved that beat to have been built up more, the live version with electric guitars and other instruments going off on it was great 8)



Yeah that live version was nuts ay, shoulda re recorded and released that
 

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Re: 50 Cent - OK, You're Right (Prod by Dr. Dre) (CDQ)
« Reply #93 on: May 20, 2009, 01:28:54 AM »
the CDQ sounds mad good! 8)

Chrous in the background sounds ill! Looks like Jimmys gearing up for BISD already I like it
yeah, that's why it was pushed back numerous times  :P
he even sent Dre in.

Relapse 2 will come first, as it's all that aftermath has left



Haha yeah thats true, but 50 needs to feed off Ems relapse hype, I hope it goes 50, then Em then Dres got more chance of dropping sooner than later
 

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the drums on 'get up' were awesome as they were 8)

i would have loved that beat to have been built up more, the live version with electric guitars and other instruments going off on it was great 8)

beat wise - get up > i get it in > ok you're right

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50 is almost rapping about the same content on all three.


Exactly what I was thinking. I think 50's improved his raps somewhat, but he isn't back on that Power of the Dollar / Get Rich or Die Trying level.

This isn't 50 Cent. This is still Curtis.
 

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Average. And 50 Cent's album before Detox?!? Damn, no Detox in 09.  :grumpy:
IS DETOX NEXT? Don't think so.
 

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Average. And 50 Cent's album before Detox?!? Damn, no Detox in 09.  :grumpy:
lol i hope you stated that on purpose, because there never was a proper sign of Detox dropping in 2009

the CDQ sounds mad good! 8)

Chrous in the background sounds ill! Looks like Jimmys gearing up for BISD already I like it
yeah, that's why it was pushed back numerous times  :P
he even sent Dre in.

Relapse 2 will come first, as it's all that aftermath has left



Haha yeah thats true, but 50 needs to feed off Ems relapse hype, I hope it goes 50, then Em then Dres got more chance of dropping sooner than later
can you explain that to me?

i mean, do you think that commercial success for 50 cent and Eminem will stop Dre's paranoia?


As for people who dont think this is all that, suddenly being called haters, thats so laughable.
exactly, props Lyrical G!
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After a few spins, this beat gets boring, but 50's flow is OK.

I Get It In instrumental + Ok, You're Right flow = great track

I don't understand why people like Get Up so much. It's mixed well and sounds clear, but it's still shit IMO.
 

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