When a song becomes so popular to the masses, it's only natural that other artists offer up their interpretation of the original version. In this case, Toronto MC's J.Moy, Set2 and Drega release their version of the Rick Ross cut "Stay Schemin". I must say out of all the remix's I have seen, this one comes the closest. What do you think? Take a look, let us know in the comments section.
Introducing first, in the red corner- repping GOOD Music...He hails from the Windy City and has been in the game for more than 20 years...The OG Common Sense!
In the blue corner- repping YMCMB & The OVOXO movement...He hails from our very own Toronto, Ontario and is arguably the hottest thing in hip hop right now...Aubrey Drake Graham!
What an interesting match up. I woke up to a gem and what is sure to be a classic move in an unforgettable hip hop beef between two greats, Common and Drake. The origins of the beef are debated, as usual. Some say it all started when Common threw a couple of subtle jabs at "singin' ass rappers" on his track "Sweet" off his The Dreamer/The Believer album. Other say Common's catching feelings due to Drizzy smashin' his (ex)girl Serena Williams. Word on road is after Serena broke it off with Common, she was seen in countless public places with Drizzy, and after a video of her dancing in her thong at Drake's Miami condo, Common went in on "Sweet". After being asked about it, Common said its directed at "Whoever the shoe fits." And everyone thought the shoe fit Drizzy pretty well. Drake decided to take a few subtle jabs at Common on his "Stay Schemin" verse. He also spoke out about the issue at a recent Las Vegas show.
"I might sing, but I ain't no bitch. If Common got something to say, say it to my face."CONTINUE reading the full article to listen and download the song.