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|(4.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 7|
Name: BUKS (Posted: 1/20/2012 3:41:00 PM; Partial IP: .95.118.21)
Comment: cold ass track something to get your head bangin during these cold days stay up true hiphop
Name: itsallafarce (Posted: 5/4/2005 1:04:00 PM)
Comment: This is a good f-in song. That beat gives me the goose bumps like I was walkin through spider webs in a tomb. The lyrics are quite impressive, never heard of Yeshua 'till now and I have to say I'm likin' this dude. And of course, Aesop and Vast Aire came nice as well!
Name: _spooler2_ (Posted: 1/31/2004 9:18:00 AM)
Summary: Yeshua Y'all
Comment: This off da hook selection of MC's is fantastic! Aesop first of all drops his sh*t that we all know and love, but nowadays I get bored of his offbeat fast lyrics. Vast Air Kramer's voice never fails to amuse me whether or not his rhymes are good, thankfully they are in this case. Yeshua is fantastic on this track definitely hope to see more from him. The beat was a bit boring but the supreme flow of the MC's killed it.
Name: J6N (Posted: 9/12/2003 7:18:00 PM)
Summary: F*ck Yeah!!
Comment: Absolutely a brilliant song! Aesop opens excellently with his surreal-ass lyrics while Vast and Yeshua both flow flawlessly. The beat is extremely dark (but it gets a tiny little bit boring after awhile), but an excellent line-up and an excellent song! Listen now!
|Name: Max (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: Producer Cryptic One sure lives up to his name. And with his extremely murky instrumental, he gets as sinister as can be. For artists to mesh well is a rare occurrence, but not once does the collaboration of Aesop Rock, Yeshua Da Poed, and Vast Aire (of Can Ox) seem haphazard. I do have to hand it to the under appreciated Yeshua Da Poed who hits the “Sinister” theme right on the head with his effortless flow. “Sinister” is also taken from CP Record’s Euphony CD.
Name: stargytz00 (Posted: 5/3/2002 1:55:00 PM)
Summary: Sick Combo Of Emcees
Comment: This song is one of the illest I've heard from two of Defjux affiliates, and Yeshua Da Poed drops some on point lines that match this track to the teeth.
Name: EGGPLANT (Posted: 4/5/2002 11:05:00 PM)
Summary: Very Excellent Track... Illacrunkable
Comment: Overall a very nice track, very deep conceptual. AesRock came proper as usual, his typical abstraction of lyrics. VastAire, some of his nicest lyrics and flow ever by him. The cleaners to deamoner lines were the best. Yeshua came nicest stayed on topic and was definitely sinister. Natural flow and the works. Nice production, and excellent sample in the beginning from the movie "Snatch".