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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 6|
Name: ASharp232 (Posted: 5/8/2005 3:23:00 PM)
Summary: Definitely A Hit
Comment: This track is fresh. I don't know why everyone is sayin' this track is not a great one, it's a good beat and has a real nice flow.
Name: cnnoreaga (Posted: 12/26/2003 9:28:00 AM)
Summary: Not a touchdown, unfortunately
Comment: A little bit dissapointing, the 2nd album of Afu is saved by who else? Primo of course. Although it's not his best production, he's is always on point.
Name: undergrndlove (Posted: 9/25/2003 1:28:00 AM)
Comment: This is a great compilation lyrically and beat wise!!! That's all that there's to say.
Name: emceebackpacker (Posted: 7/16/2003 9:16:00 PM)
Summary: Afu Plus Guru=chemistry
Comment: First off, the beat starts with Premier's signature intros. Typical Premo beat but bangin’ as always. Afu flows nice to it, nothing too complex but it fits the beat. Guru is only on the hook but he complements Afu pretty well. Another banger from the Gang Starr camp yo.
Name: msays (Posted: 6/21/2003 2:42:00 PM)
Summary: What Do You Expect?
Comment: Afu sounds pretty good, but what can you say with Premo on the horns and bells? I like Guru's hook on this one too.
|Name: Food Stamp (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 6/19/2003 7:09:00 PM)|
Location: Oregon, USA
Comment: DJ Premier always laces a dope track, but when he's dropping mathematics for Afu it is definitely on another level. Afu and Preem have worked together over the years on ill cuts like "Bring it Right," "Defeat," and the crossover joint, “Equality," featuring Ky-mani Marley and the trend of perfection continues on "Bvld." Not only do you get a bass-heavy horn-blasted Premo beat, but also the vocal abilities of the gifted prolific one, Guru. Afu shows his verbal chi on the joint proving that he is dope from boulevard to boulevard. Yo, seriously, buy this ish cause it will surely put the balls back in your game.