Jul 11, · I Gotta Lotta Respect MC Nero Baby Format: Audio Cassette. out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Amazon's MC Nero Baby Store Classic Baton Rouge cd! Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse.5/5(1). Discogs で MC Nero Baby - I Gotta Lotta Respect Da Album に関するリリース、レビュー、クレジット、楽曲などを発見し、MC Nero Baby のコレクションを完成させましょう。/5(4). Lyrics to 'Lotta Respect' by Boosie Badazz. [Hook - Boosie Badazz & (Quavo)] Got a whole lotta lotta, got a whole lotta lotta respect Got a whole lot Got a whole lotta lotta, got a whole lotta lotta respect Got .
At one point I was questioning when — especially from seasoned veterans who have helped pave the way and put a lot of money into the system — and then there's these challenges and obstacles, especially from an independent level, when you're not buying into their programs, which ultimately to me — I've been saying lately — is just a refined way of payola and —.
Because it changes the game. There was no alternative for something to happen, for a possibility outside of regular commercial radio for certain people to exist and your music to be heard.
That platform, to me, I think is the beginning of — only time will tell what it is. It's the beginning. But I feel like it's a great way to take back control, to a degree. I'm lucky to be one of the first guys to get — I did an interview for it, and that was dope. None of it. He got his own —. That's what I'm saying. I mean, all three of them show me love.
I don't really believe that. I feel like there are enough established artists, and financially established artists, who can come together and sort of pull together to try and make the change. I feel like Jay, Jay Z, is on the same kind of wavelength with TIDAL and just looking to change that, whatever that challenge is at commercial radio where we are not being accepted. We're not being let in anymore. I guess for one of them to get it, get that feeling, to see that, "OK.
Like, I'm an example. I sponsored a weekend for that. Didn't get no love out of it. Felt like, "Damn. I got ripped off. I can't say, "OK. They got me. It's called "Still In Love. And it was an Al Green sample; they kind of tripped on me. It was like — cause I didn't get it cleared.
But I was just like, "This is just like a mixtape. But the record right now, it was like — I was just explaining what I've done to help all these labels and what I did helping them.
It wasn't no diss record. And then another thing that we have to get back control, which on the East Coast you guys — I take my hat off to the guys in New York — and down South.
Black DJs. Ain't none here. They are, but they ain't on the radio. Ain't none of 'em — ain't none on the radio. You know, how different it is in Atlanta compared to New York. Atlanta has two old school stations now, I think. I mean, I guess that's Greg Street's station. But New York has nothing old school, not even a mix anymore.
Or is that WBLS? Is that still — that's it there. That's the OG. But it's not the same. And it's not a mix. I mean, whatever. What's in Atlanta is limited. The playlist is small, but it's still — those songs still go. And I just don't understand the financial reasons that you wouldn't play that music. I wish somebody would explain that to me.
And I think that it's a refined — a corporate, lawful way for them to sponsor and basically —. Stop people from getting money, I Gotta Lotta Respect (Funk Mix) - MC Nero Baby - I Gotta Lotta Respect Da Album (CD) having a certain amount of influence.
And they push the buttons on their own infrastructure of who they know is going to be the good face for the package, even though that artist may not know that that's who they are. But it's just like the whole support for artists who you think they're really doing well on their own accord or the accord of their music, when you look at the infrastructure, it's like, "No.
This company owns this, which owns that which owns that. And they're pushing this through their system. They really do. And it's — this conversation, it's really political. And it's a matter of who they're befriended, who represents them in Congress, and so on and so forth. And so the average listener is not thinking about that.
They just like, "Yo. As far as I know, when I push that button on, sound comes through it, and I'm OK with the sound that comes through it. The end. But for artists, especially an established artist like yourself who has done a lot financially to help build that infrastructure, I Gotta Lotta Respect (Funk Mix) - MC Nero Baby - I Gotta Lotta Respect Da Album (CD) there to be non-support, there has to be — something has to be done about it. But we could talk about this part forever and not going to effect the type of change I think we'd like to see.
It's a Nate Dogg song, and the sound and texture of his voice reminded me so much of Pharoahe Monch, when Pharoahe sings.
And it made me wonder, or think or to ask you, you should reach out to him —. Because I know Pharoahe, he likes to sing. He doesn't sing that much, but I know he —. On some of his records, he's singing, and it's the way he sings; you can tell, "Yo, that boy want to sing a lot more. And I was like, "Wow. That could be an interesting combination of you and Pharoahe. You know who else give me the feeling like Nate is Jazze Pha. Always hitting him.
Like, "Man. Get at it, man. You that guy. You could be that guy. Promoting this vodka on his Instagram. But he doing beats, though. I heard some music that he played on the Instagram the other day, and I hit him on there. I don't know, man. It's a cold game. The one — actually, the second oldest, he love music. He like to dance though. He just straight like to dance, but he's an incredible athlete.
He's a sophomore starting playing varsity, playing both ways. Got colleges all on him. He's an athlete, but he love to dance. He got it in him, but —. But I told 'em, man, "I don't want you guys doing this.
But when it's happening, it's a great business. It's fun. But I don't want — I told him, "If you do decide you want to get in the music, be an engineer. Be a producer, an engineer, something like that.
Cause I don't want you to be doing the artist part. Just be a producer or engineer, cause you can do different things. You don't have to just strictly just do music for an artist. You could do it for film. You could do it for commercials and stuff like that. Not have to go through all the extra bull in the game. The younger adults out there who are listening who feel that, cold game or not, it's something that they want to do, what do you — any advice?
Be yourself, and don't get sucked into changing the way you are. Just do your music how you do it. That's how I became who I am: by just being myself. Just being myself, not being all crazy. I was a little wild in the beginning, but I got a reality check real fast to where I was like, "You know what?
I ain't getting ready to be getting myself caught up. You know, people that have connections and stuff like that. And lawyers, a good lawyer and a good manager. And make sure that they not beating you. You gotta stay on top of them too. It was pretty cool. He from North Long Beach. But all of it is mine. He's a cool kid. I met him there. I was kind of like, "OK. This a cool little cat. Cause they both on that same type of vibe.
But the stuff that — I got stuff on him but it's all on the computer. But once I get my hands on the real heavy, once we locked in, I'ma hook him up.
I like the vibe of it. It's on some straight party-type stuff. I like it. It's good to — well, Terrace Martin did it, and he was from — he was around when I was doing a lot of the stuff I was doing. And he's also a musical cat. I'm not sure if he played in the church, but he's a real musical cat. He got that vibe too. Just to hear it — I mean, it's a dope record. Wild, young. But he starting to get it. He done got a couple reality checks, so he starting to get it.
It only last so long before, you know, it's like street — what is that? That's a perfect example. They tell you, "You keep playing these games. At the end of the day, you keep doing that, you gon' get yourself in a different situation. But I think he's starting to get it now. And he's a party-type artist, so I think he — tell your story a couple more times, and then start giving these people those feel good records to party to.
But then they still want to hear your story, so don't get all away from that. As far as the straight gang banging, we learned — we went through all of that at the beginning.
Cause you get tested out there, when you start doing that. That's they lifestyle. Gang banging. You messing around and get caught out there. They just take flight. But he's starting to get it. I like him because he got out.
Him and Mustard grinded and made they dreams come true. Those guys really grinded to get where they are now. And they doing good. I'ma get him up under one of these beats. I actually got him up under one. And the way he rapped was totally different from what he would do on something else. And people'll probably trip off of it once I — if — I don't know if I'ma ever put it out. But it's pretty dope. He was rapping a totally different way. When you pop some Rhodes up under with some nice drums, it changes the game.
I gotta hear this now. Oh my goodness. But he's dope. And I like the record. I like the record "Twist Your Fingaz. I like that one, too.
I like a lot of these guys. I like J. Dope artist. He really understands how to be a dope artist. He got it all the way down pat from his performance to everything. How he pulls the chair out. He really talks and communicates with the crowd.
That's what I do. I'm like, "Damn. They sing everything. He understands it to the fullest. He's a well-rounded artist. Kendrick Lamar: well-rounded artist. He understands. It's a lot — you know who I like, too? I like Troy Ave. He thugging, but I like him.
Cause he got style. He got that little singing type of style. That remind me of how I am. My style I got from one of my favorite artists. A lot of people probably don't even know him. Jimmy Spicer. I get down. I get down all the way. I rap the rhythm of the Double R Rock, and this is what I say.
I called myself Sir Cool. Way back in the day, I had the — back in the day everybody used to wear their jackets where you have your sign on the back, and then right here you have Sir Cool with the karate shoes on.
That's who — I used to just love the way he rapped. I got him vibed up too. I got him on CD still, vibed up. Pop that in in your low rider. He was kicking "Super Rhymes" in high school, and I was like —.
I heard no one else, and we were rapping it together. And we was boys from that point on. Thank you guys for having me. Man, it's all good. Anytime y'all want me to come through. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. NPR Shop. Producer, Engineer, Executive Producer. That Boy. Same Thing Different Day.
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I ain't gonna do you wrong while you're gone Ain't gonna do you wrong, 'cause I don't wanna All I'm askin' Is for a little respect when you come home just a little bit Baby just a little bit when you get home just a little bit Yeah just a little bit. I'm about to give you all of my money And all I'm askin' in return, honey Is to give me my propers When you get home just a, just a, just a, just a Yeah, baby just a, just a, just a, just a When you get home just a little bit Yeah just a little bit.
Ooh, your kisses Sweeter than honey And guess what? So is my money All I want you to do or me Is give it to me when you get home re, re, re, re Yeah, baby re, re, re, re Whip it to me respect, just a littlebit When you get home, now just a little bit. Oh sock it to me, sock it to me Sock it to me, sock it to me A little respect sock it to me, sock it to me Sock it to me, sock it to me Whoa, babe just a little bit A little respect just a little bit I I Gotta Lotta Respect (Funk Mix) - MC Nero Baby - I Gotta Lotta Respect Da Album (CD) tired just a little bit Keep on tryin' just a little bit You're runnin' out of fools' just a little bit And I ain't lyin' just a little bit Re, re, re, re 'spect When you come home re, re, re, re Or you might walk in respect, just a little bit And find out I'm gone just a little bit I got to have just a little bit A little respect just a little bit.
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