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CYOL Round 4: TonyDubbz vs JaDaDon

jazzybellajazzybella SionWhere Hennything is Possible :)Posts: 4,904 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited October 2015 in AllHipHop.com Features
PLAYER: @TonyDubbz


ROSTER: J.Cole\\ MikeWillMadeIt\\ Big KRIT\\ Wale\\ Big Sean\\ Freddie Gibbs\\ Bun B\\ Bj The Chicago Kid\\ KeyWane


ROSTER: Mary J Blige\\ Janet Jackson\\ Ne-Yo\\ Robin Thicke\\ Daft Punk\\ Miley Cyrus\\ Justin Bieber

J.Cole - Welcome to Dreamville

Prod. by Jermaine Cole
Intro (I'm up)
Crack of Dawn
Like We Used To
Chasing Fame
The Phone Call (interlude)
Never Change
Industry Girl
To Be Different
Shit Changes (Interlude)
Lost Niggas
Welcome to Dreamville
Beautiful Day ft Mary J. Blige (Outro)

Kendrick Lamar x J.Cole -- Hiii World

Hiii World Intro prod. J.Cole
1. All Our Children (Thriii's In The Air) ft. Erykah Badu prod. Flying Lotus
2. Beautiful prod. J.Cole
3. Kendrick Lamar's Solo prod. J.Cole and Sounwave
4. J.Cole's Solo prod. J.Cole
5. Brenda's Story ft. BJ The Chicago Kid prod. Terrace Martin
6. Wealth of Knowledge ft. NaS prod. DJ Premier
7. Hiii prod. J.Cole
Bye World Outro prod. Tae Beast

Big KRIT - Conscious Rapper

Penny For Yo' Thoughts(Intro) Prod. by Big KRIT)
Educate Me (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Feast & Famine (Prod. by Big KRIT)
To Live For (Prod. by Big KRIT)
And the Beat Goes On(My Sub Part 4) ft Bun B (Prod. by Big KRIT)
Ghetto Baby (Prod. by Big KRIT)
Gotta Make It Home ft Bj The Chicago Kid (Prod. by 9th Wonder)
To Die For (Prod. by Big KRIT)
When the Reaper Come ft Scarface (Prod. by Big KRIT)
All We Got (Prod. by Big KRIT)
Picture Perfect (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Young Kings & Queens ft Kendrick Lamar, J.Cole & Mary J. Blige (Prod. by Big KRIT)
Conscious Rapper (Prod. by Pete Rock)
Single Parent ft Wale (BONUS) (Prod. by Big KRIT)

Big Sean - WTF... The EP

Bad Habits (Prod. by KeyWane)
Show U Off (Prod. by KeyWane)
Extra Ordinary (Prod. by KeyWane)
Living Legends ft Rick Ross (Prod. by KeyWane)
X You Out ft Chris Brown
Put It On Me ft Tinashe (Prod. by KeyWane)

Big Sean - Finally Famous 2

This is it? (The Fame) (Prod. by KeyWane)
Long Time Coming (Prod. by Terrace Martin)
The Usual (Prod. by KeyWane)
What You Used (Prod. by KeyWane)
Toot It Up ft Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne & Mannie Fresh (Prod. by Mannie Fresh)
Only For Tonight ft Jhene Aiko (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt)
Blow It (Prod. by KeyWane)
Everytime U Come Around ft Bj tha Chicago Kid (Prod. by Big KRIT)
Do It Again (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Good Times (Prod. by KeyWane)
Hold On ft John Legend (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Straight Up ft Fetty Wap (Prod. by Dj Toomp)
Livin the Life (My Last pt.2) ft Chris Brown (Prod. by KeyWane & Mike Dean)

Wale - Varsity Blues

Wake Up (Intro) (Prod. by Pete Rock)
Marathon (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt)
Shootin' Jumpers ft J.Cole (Prod by Dj Dahi)
10AM (Prod by. Mike Dean)
Dusty Rhodes (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt)
Single Parent ft Big KRIT (Prod. by Big KRIT)
Double Up (Prod. by Dj Premier)
Give Em' Somethin' To Talk About ft Bun B (Prod. by KeyWane)
Lesson Learned (Prod. by Dj Dahi)
The Breeze ft. School Boy Q (Prod by. 9th Wonder)
In & Out of Love ft Ne-Yo (Prod. by KeyWane)
Check My Resume (Prod. by Pete Rock)

Freddie Gibbs x Madlib - Gangsta Gibbs

Freddie Forgiato (Prod. by Madlib)
Narcos (Prod. by Madlib)
Red Light (Prod. by Madlib)
Candy Red Slab ft Big KRIT & Bun B (Prod. by Madlib)
Fuck Freddie Gibbs (interlude)
Macho (Prod by. Madlib)
Turned Out ft Bj the Chicago Kid (Prod. by Madlib)
Batman & Robbin (Prod. by Madlib)
Just Sparring (Prod. by Madlib)
Rappers Delight ft Big KRIT (Prod. by Madlib)
Play No Games ft Ne-Yo (Prod. by Madlib)
Control (Prod. by Madlib)
Hard(Prod. by Madlib)
Match Box (Prod. by Madlib)

Sub-Label: Diverse Sounds

Janet Jackson - Ms. Jackson

Feel The Music (Prod. by Daft Punk)
Up All Night ft Ne-Yo & J.Cole (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Dance With Me (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Never Let Go (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Against All Odds (Prod. by Mike Dean)
You (Prod. by Mike Dean)
All Eyes On Us ft Chris Brown (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Dj Play My Jam (Prod. by Daft Punk)

Mary J. Blige - The Breakthrough

The Breakthrough (Prod. by Mary J. Blige)
Your No Good (Prod. by Mary J. Blige)
Take Me As I Am (Prod. by Mary J. Blige)
Good Love (Prod. by Mary J. Blige)
Lovely Day ft Big KRIT (Prod. by Mary J Blige)
No More Tears (Prod. by Mary J Blige)
Stand Up Woman (Prod. by Mary J Blige)
Karma (Prod. by Mary J Blige)
Get Down (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt)
Reminiscing (Prod. by Mary J. Blige)

Ne-Yo - To Love Again

Guilty Pleasures ft Kendrick Lamar (Prod. by Ne-Yo and Mike Dean)
Magic (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
What We Do (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Shes Got It All (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
Bring It All To Me ft Janet Jackson (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
To Love Again (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
Light Up The Night ft. Mary J. Blige (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
Writing On the Wall (Prod. by Mike Dean & Ne-Yo)
Shes A Boss ft Rick Ross (Prod by Ne-Yo)
The Spotlight ft Justin Bieber (Prod. by Ne-Yo)

Miley Cyrus - The Miley Show

Its Miley Bitches (Intro) (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt)
We Run the Town ft Justin Bieber & Big Sean (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt & Daft Punk)
All On Me (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt)
Somethin' Like A Boss (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt & Daft Punk)
Party Crashers ft Daft Punk (Prod. by DaftPunk)
Bad Intentions (Prod. MikeWillMadeIt)
With My Ray-Bans On (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt)
RAW (Prod. by MikeWillMadeIt & Daft Punk)
Last Night ft Ne-Yo & Daft Punk (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
Mileys World (Prod. MikeWillMadeIt)

Justin Bieber - Transformation

Just For Once (Prod. by Ne-Yo & Mike Dean)
Midnight Romance (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Party Heart (Prod. by Mike Dean & Daft Punk)
Say Yes (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
I Don't Deserve You (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
No Stopping Us Now ft Miley Cyrus (Prod by Daft Punk)
Ready to Go (Prod. by Mike Dean)
Lonely Girl (Prod. by KeyWane)
Next Level (Prod. by Daft Punk)
Ready to Love You ft. Ne-Yo (Prod. by Ne-Yo)
Information Overload (interlude)
Transformation (Prod. by Daft Punk & Mike Dean)







  • jazzybellajazzybella Sion Where Hennything is Possible :)Posts: 4,904 ✭✭✭✭✭
    PLAYER: @JaDaDon


    Boss Music Group:
    *Rick Ross- Boosie Badazz, Young Thug, Lil Kim, Scott Storch

    Disturbing Tha Peace:
    *Ludacris- Childish Gambino, 2 Chainz, Fetty Wap, Hit-Boy

    The Clever Minds Collection:
    *Common, Fugees, Gnarles Barkley, Rick Rubin

    G-Unit Records:
    *50 Cent, Banks, Yayo, Buck, Just Blaze

    Purple Spectrum Records:
    *Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Lorde, Detail, Jhene Aiko,

    Reflective Lenses (Exclusively Produced by Lauryn Hill)

    1.) No, No, NO
    2.) Time Heals None
    3.) Y
    4.) The First Blink
    5.) LA LA (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
    6.) The Terrible Triplets
    7.) Everlasting Spring
    8.) Vice (feat. Lauryn Hill)
    9.) Gory Glory
    10.) N.A.S. (Niggas Aint Shit)
    11.) Octane
    12.) Free Trips to Wal-Mart

    The Boosie File (Executive Produced by Hit-Boy)

    1.) The Interrogation
    2.) M.S.H. (May Snitches Hang)
    3.) Real (feat. Jeezy)
    4.) Gutter Guise
    5.) Hennessey Chronicles (Tinashe)
    6.) Up
    7.) South Side of Baton Rouge
    8.) Huey P.
    9.) Flossin’ (feat. Lil Wayne)
    10.) Fam First (feat. Chris Brown) 1
    11.) Thug’s Mansion 2015
    12.) Outta Time

    The Death of 50 Cent

    1.) Intro
    2.) Once Upon a Time (prod. Eminem)
    3.) Tha BlockBuster (prod. Dr. Dre)
    4.) Look What You Made (prod. Dr. Dre.)
    5.) Ha!- (prod. Just Blaze)
    6.) Mortality (feat. Eminem, Dr. Dre) (prod. Dr. Dre)
    7.) Timid ( feat. Nicki Minaj) (prod. Scott Storch)
    8.) Unit Forever ( feat. G-Unit, The Game) (prod. Dr. Dre)
    9.) 9 (prod. Just Blaze)
    10.) Ready Rock (feat. Tony Yayo & Lloyd Banks) (prod. Eminem)
    11.) Long Live 50 (prod. Eminem)
    12.) Blackout (feat. Eminem) (prod.) Rick Rubin
    13.) You Need Da Bad Guy (prod. DJ Khalil)
    14.) Magic Stick Part 3 (feat. Lil Kim) (prod. Scott Storch)
    15.) Divine Intervention (prod. Dr. Dre)
    16.) Doomsday (prod. Dr. Dre)
    17.) 50’s Dead (prod. Eminem)

    The Black Nebula (Anything with an * Produced by Danger Mouse )

    1.) So Long, Farewell *
    2.) Dying to Live/Living to Die*
    3.) Break (feat. Cee-Lo Green)*
    4.) Wish Upon a Black Star *
    5.) # (feat. Kendrick Lamar, Wyclef Jean & Lauryn Hill) (produced by Wyclef)
    6.) Pride & Prejudice*
    7.) Who is God? (prod. by Boi 1da)
    8.) The Fountain*
    9.) The Cash, The Money or The Hoes (feat. Jhene Aiko) *
    10.) A Song For Assata (Reprise) (feat. Cee-Lo Green) *

    The Rozay Album

    1.) Intro
    2.) Darkside (prod. Just Blaze)
    3.) Po Boy (prod. Just Blaze)
    4.) Rozaymania (prod. Justice League)
    5.) Bless Thy Child (feat. Boosie BadAzz) (prod. Scott Storch)
    6.) Bumby Johnson (prod. Rick Rubin)
    7.) 10 Toes Down (feat. Jay –Z) (prod. Just Blaze)
    8.) Player’s Anthem (feat. Nicki Minaj) (prod. Detail)
    9.) Triple Blacc (feat. 2 Chainz) (prod. Justice Blaze)
    10.) French Rivera (prod. Detail)
    11.) Counter Top Cartel (prod. Justice League)
    12.) Tale From the Black Mask (feat. Meek Mill) (prod. By Hit Boy)

    Nicki: Princess of BARBZ (Executive Produced by Detail)

    1.) Your Welcome
    2.) Respect
    3.) Jamaica Queens and King (feat. 50 Cent)
    4.) What’s Good?
    5.) Luv (feat. Meek Mill)
    6.) Winner’s Circle (feat. Beyonce)
    7.) Tiddly Wings
    8.) The N-800
    9.) Clappa-Bitch (feat. Lil Kim)
    10.) Trial & Error
    11.) Glamor Gal (feat. Rihanna)
    12.) Nola Blanco
    13.) Sheesh! (The Funeral)
    14.) Limitless
    15.) Ronda Rousey

    Centric (Exclusively Produced by Beyonce’ & Detail)

    1.) Black
    2.) Excellence
    3.) Youth (feat. Jhene Aiko)
    4.) Omniscient
    5.) Nature
    6.) Centric
    7.) Exceptional (feat. Common & Lauryn Hill)





  • jazzybellajazzybella Sion Where Hennything is Possible :)Posts: 4,904 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Judges, you have until Sunday 11:59pm for your scoring. Thanks for your patience and participation.




  • jazzybellajazzybella Sion Where Hennything is Possible :)Posts: 4,904 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Tonight is the last day for scoring!!!




  • nillerthekidnillerthekid Posts: 474 ✭✭✭✭
    Longevity: Skyline - Tony’s roster seems a little better rounded to me, and because of this, I believe his label would be able to maintain their position for a longer time than their its counterpart.

    Critically acclaim: Skyline - I feel like Tony focused a little more on this aspect of the game, when assembling his roster, than JaDa did. Most of his artists are in a position where they have carved out a lane for themselves, but not just solidified this place, and the hunger this would bring out in the artists, could be the source of great material.
    On the other hand, I don’t really see the majority of the Blackhouse artists putting out projects the critics, or average fan, would love.

    Sales: Blackhouse Entertainment – JaDa seems to have focused a lot on potential sales, when picking his artists, and I don’t see any of Tony’s artists matching the sales of Beyonce. Besides her, the two labels are fairly even in this category, but having Beyonce on his roster, gives the w to JaDa

    Cohesion: Tie – both labels uses sub-labels to break up their roster, and both players took great advantage of this aspect of the game, using these sub-labels to their benefit.

    Artwork/tracklists: Skyline – pretty even here, with little to set the two players apart. Overall, I feel like the quality of Tony’s work is a little higher. I don’t really see any stand out projects from either player, one that instantly catches the eye, the way it has in some of the preciously rounds.

    Votes goes to: TonyDubbz and Skyline Records with the score 3-1
  • Lou_CypherLou_Cypher Make Reasonable Choices. H. E. Double Hockey SticksPosts: 52,498 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I feel like his label/roster took it in all the categories except sales.

    Going to bed but will try to give a better explanation tomorrow, but dubbz has my vote before the deadline hits
  • JaDaDonJaDaDon AtlantaPosts: 879 ✭✭✭✭
    clearly niggas don't care about this part at all

  • jee504jee504 Posts: 6,945 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I'ma dip through later on today to post a vote
  • jee504jee504 Posts: 6,945 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Sales: Blackhouse Entertainment. Solely for Beyonce. Had this been years ago I would have voted for Skyline Records. Sadly in real life I wish Beyonce would do an album like this to show her range if she has it.

    Longevity: Skyline Records. J Cole, Big Sean, Wale and Big Krit sealed that for me. The music they make will have them around for a long time. Nothing about them is on some follower shit. They all have different personalities which are relatable to the common hip hop fan.

    Critical Acclaim: Skyline Records. Welcome to Dreamville, Hiii World & Conscious Rapper came out on top for me. It's the type of music that I feel is needed in today's society. It would reflect the thoughts of people going through it.

    Cohesion: Blackhouse Entertainment. That whole label was built off of cohesion. I could see so many cross colabs off that label alone that would be hella dope.

    Album Covers: Skyline Records. This was my easiest vote out of all the categories to choose from. They really reflect the artist. Esp. the Krit, Big Sean, and Gibbs covers. Those were the standouts for me.

    I have Skyline Records edging out Blackhouse Entertainment by a vote of 3-2.
  • jee504jee504 Posts: 6,945 ✭✭✭✭✭
    My bad if the review isn't up to par. This was my first time doing this. I wanted to be brief and get my point across and not go on a rant like I normally do.
    Dope concept by the way. From the covers, to album titles and songs created, it shows great imagination and deep thought going into it.
  • IceBergTaylorIceBergTaylor The Spectacular Posts: 19,167 ✭✭✭✭✭
    jee504 wrote: »
    My bad if the review isn't up to par. This was my first time doing this. I wanted to be brief and get my point across and not go on a rant like I normally do.
    Dope concept by the way. From the covers, to album titles and songs created, it shows great imagination and deep thought going into it.

    Great voting bro. You did a great job, definitely keep participating in the scoring. It's much appreciated
  • TonyDubbzTonyDubbz Realest Nigga Livin' Regulator Posts: 19,261 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yea thanks for providing a break down of your vote, that's the type of judging we need.


    Sho’nuff: Am I the meanest?
    Sho’nuff ‘s Goons: Sho’nuff!
    Sho’nuff: Am I the prettiest?
    Sho’nuff ‘s Goons: Sho’nuff!
    Sho’nuff: Am I the baddest mofo low down around this town?
    Sho’nuff ‘s Goons: Sho’nuff!
    Sho’nuff: Well who am I?
    Sho’nuff ‘s Goons: Sho’nuff!
    Sho’nuff: Who am I?
    Sho’nuff ‘s Goons: Sho’nuff!
    Sho’nuff: I can’t hear you…
    Sho’nuff ‘s Goons: Sho’nuff!
  • jee504jee504 Posts: 6,945 ✭✭✭✭✭
    If anymore voting is needed, just let me know.
  • IceBergTaylorIceBergTaylor The Spectacular Posts: 19,167 ✭✭✭✭✭
    jee504 wrote: »
    If anymore voting is needed, just let me know.

    It will be needed
  • jazzybellajazzybella Sion Where Hennything is Possible :)Posts: 4,904 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • IceBergTaylorIceBergTaylor The Spectacular Posts: 19,167 ✭✭✭✭✭
    The scoring is 2-0 Tony?
  • jazzybellajazzybella Sion Where Hennything is Possible :)Posts: 4,904 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I do apologize for not giving the results, Tony won this round leading with 2 votes.




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