Author Topic: WHATS THE STORY BEHIND TOSS IT UP OG AND NO DIGGITY USING THE SAME BEAT?  (Read 2319 times)

dj coma

At the very least I bet that Teddy was inspired to to use the Debarge sample after hearing I Ain't Mad At Cha.

"inspired" makes it sound friendly lol

That's what I meant. At the very least he heard I Ain't Mad At Cha and decided he wanted to flip it for the Blackstreet album, not on some revenge shit. I Ain't Mad At Cha wasn't a single until right before Pac died so he might not have thought it would be a big deal to use the same sample.
 

Jamal Ginsberg

Your Teddy Riley apologist tone is quite strange.

Consider Riley took that beat when offered it by Dre even though he knew Pac had spit on it before and if he didn't he certainly did once the Toss It Up promo vinyl dropped one month before Makaveli. It's also quite strange how you can't appear to put together the pieces of how he'd Jack Pacs beat in return for him doing the same.

Simple question:

What age were you in 96?
 

Sccit

At the very least I bet that Teddy was inspired to to use the Debarge sample after hearing I Ain't Mad At Cha.

"inspired" makes it sound friendly lol

That's what I meant. At the very least he heard I Ain't Mad At Cha and decided he wanted to flip it for the Blackstreet album, not on some revenge shit. I Ain't Mad At Cha wasn't a single until right before Pac died so he might not have thought it would be a big deal to use the same sample.

i think it's either done wit intent or by coincidence .. i highly doubt there's an in between here.
 

dj coma

Your Teddy Riley apologist tone is quite strange.

Consider Riley took that beat when offered it by Dre even though he knew Pac had spit on it before and if he didn't he certainly did once the Toss It Up promo vinyl dropped one month before Makaveli. It's also quite strange how you can't appear to put together the pieces of how he'd Jack Pacs beat in return for him doing the same.

Simple question:

What age were you in 96?

You misunderstood what I said, I'm not being an apologist at all. I said "at the very least," as in we can at least concede that without knowing more. I was definitely not ruling out him doing something nefarious by using the same Debarge sample. The narrow window Teddy had to use the same sample as get back is why I am not convinced one way or the other on it, without going off more than what somebody said on dubcc. But like I said before, your theory is very plausible even with the narrow window.
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Sccit

the good thing is that the great jmix is guna clear it all up for us .. what would dubcc do witout him? a shame rud hasn't got at him yet to make him dubcnn's exclusive interviewer .. whatever happened to shima btw?
 

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