Joell Ortiz, Pharoahe Monch and B.o.B. all come off on this “me so crazy” anthem and amid the general schizophrenia it’s actually hard to tell who’s who for a second but which ever personality is up first is the dominant one, for my money. (And just for the record, if you have to ask the question, you are probably a psycho). Joell Ortiz’s mixtape The Life & Times of Sebastian Rios is coming soon but so far he has not shared an exact release date with us normals.

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  • What now

    This song reeks of Em

  • O M D

    Pure crap…corny as hell…Y’all n**as aren’t psychos, just damn suckos. Christ, OKP you should be ashamed to even post this contrived b.s. I’m sure you won’t care at all, but the streets are talking about how most of this stuff ya’ll have been posting is crap. Do better

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Cosign What Now and O M D’s comments.

  • BushidoBlade

    I think they came across an old unreleased Eminiem track (complete with a Dre beat) and decided to take credit for it…this woulda been cool if it came out in 2001 on a D12 album

    PS. What a surprise! He’s holdin a heineken bottle on a site thats DRIPPIN with heineken ads…coincidence?! (sellouts)

  • Blaq

    Actually the track is produced by B.o.B. for a TechN9ne album. Hate if you want but at least hate with the right info ….

    • BushidoBlade

      Sayin it was a Dre beat was SARCASM…cuz It sounds so much like what Dre and EM were doin 10 yrs ago!

  • really doe

    this is very clever and fun

  • KD06

    I feel the Eminem comparisons probably the same reason I’m not an Em fan. No matter what this jam is lyrically sound but just not my type of subject matter….