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|(3.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: specialk (Posted: 2/17/2005 6:58:00 PM)
Summary: Good One
Comment: As DJ Planet said, the two styles don't fit perfectly. The beats are a solid 5, and the mix is a 3. The lyrics are the tongue twisting kind of the mid 90's.
|Name: Decypher25 (Posted: 2/2/2005 12:19:00 PM)|
Comment: Capital D and Tone are back representing Chi-town with Kanye West's mentor Dug Infinite on the boards. The underrated producer takes it back to the early and mid-nineties with nice drums and signature horns (peep his stuff on Masta Ace's A Long Hot Summer). Capital D, hot off his solo venture, rocks it proper and even tag teams with former Artifact El Da Sensei on a lyrical throw down. What keeps All Natural so grounded is that they don't have to progress in their style, they just keep it consistent and constantly sharpen their skills with each new release.
Name: djplanet (Posted: 1/26/2005 3:12:00 AM)
Summary: Keep It Movin'
Comment: Although Dug Infinite provides very solid production on this one, I feel like the tempo is too fast for Capital D's rhyme style. Capital D has the type of voice and rhyme delivery that tends to shine behind a nice mellow beat. El Da Sensai on the other hand, has the voice and rhyme style to fit any tempo. Still, "Keep It Movin" does what it's meant to do, making heads nod.