Tim Barnett speaks on Aaliyah, For A Long Time, Da Bassment





5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Much love to Neeze for doing this interview, because without him none of this would even matter. Same to the fellas running this site, because I can't think of anybody else doing this for to keeps Statics legacy and memory around for as long as humanly possible.

Now, for the song, and I don't think anybody is trying to knock the recorder of the song, but it don't change the fact that a great record was taken and fucked. It sounds like it was a leftover from some wack ass artists demo. And, even though I never knew Static, with all the hot music i've heard from him, I have a hard time believing he would let any of his records end up like this. And, maybe I wouldn't feel this way if i'd never heard Statics version, I don't know, but the "redo" is bullshit, it's terrible.

I can't even fathom how the song could have been fucked over like this, and i'm not taking into consideration what this song may have meant to Static, like I said I never knew him. I assume all of his music was important to him. I'm looking at this from being strictly a fan of his music, but to top it off that he is no longer here, and someone would do this shit without taking that into consideration.

I'm done, now i'm mad B L

Bravery

B L said...

Yea i feel u bruh, but ... God willin we won't see no more of these carbon copy Static tracks released. That just crosses all major lines of disrespect but.. I want to second that notion about Neezy and the rest of Team Static,, this site has been a dream come true for me, just real shit right there. My biggest fear after Static's tragedy was that ALLL his hard work would be either, (A) never released, whatsoever and/or (B) he would be forgotten..this site and the ning site are really..beyond my wildest dreams. I never thought I would see love for Static on this level. I really commend yall, and from addin some of yall on facebook, i'm seein some of the team is in Grad school, and u know.. people got real everyday lives and still contribute and put "major" work into the maintenance of this site, all on behalf of my favorite artist, a hometown cat at that. I can't thank yall enough.

In the words of my frat bruh Neezy Neeze, let's continue to keep it Static MAJOR.

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Anonymous said...

Thx Team Static, especially Neeze..I really hope Timbo is down for the documentary as much as u cuz once da world gets a peep into the man who brought all those hits and helped changed the scene of RnB they will appreciate his craft and love for the music. It may even get to the point of th egreedfy industry wanting to release Suppertime to make money off of the documentary, which would have truly introduced Static to the world. So if the album comes out one way or another..I dont care long as a can be able to buy the cd and listen to it everyday all day. Much love to yall. Keep doin wat u do for me and the fans.

talkingcrazy said...

thanks for the interview Neeze! you know we got nothing but love for you, and we appreciate that you're keeping Static's memory alive. Not too many people that should are doing that, unfortunately...

Big shout out to Neezy, Buddha, Dimu, Slam, Farid and everyone on the blog!

SPINNER said...

shOUTS OUT TO tEAM sTATIC .@NEEZE GOOD LOOKIN ON THE SHOUT OUT . BUT STEVE WAS A GOOD DUDE ALL AROUND . I DIDNT GET TO TRAVEL WITH HIM LIKE U BUT WHEN I GOT BAK FROM MY STRETCH HE FOUND ME AND TOLD ME HE HAD BEEN CHECKIN ON ME THROUGH WILSON. THAT WAS THE REALEST SHIT . I MISS BEING ABLE TO CALL HIM AND LOOSE RAP . SO I HAVE NO CHOICE BUIT TO HOLD HIM AND THE TEAM DOWN....4LIFE...1000

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