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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: KURTIS-E (Posted: 7/16/2005 11:37:00 PM)
Summary: Good Sh*t....
Comment: Slug does it again...
Name: vsoy_eyegasm (Posted: 12/7/2004 5:53:00 PM)
Summary: One Of The Best Atmosphere Songs
Comment: Sure it is not ‘God's Bathroom Floor' or ‘Woman with the Tattooed Hands', but this track is the illest. They even talk about fuckin' Aesop in it! Shit's Sweet!
Name: holmes (Posted: 2/17/2004 9:14:00 PM)
Comment: This is one of my favorite Atmosphere tracks, it's subtle and smooth, Slug speaks on some here and now type stuff to describe a moment laced over Ant's melodies. Classic.
Name: Sparrow (Posted: 6/21/2003 12:53:00 AM)
Summary: One Of The Best Mc's Today.
Comment: Slug has a great flow to go with all of his beats. Slug is opening a lot of doors to those that would like to become an underground artist.
|Name: Shambhala (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: Damn, where to start about this song and this group in general... there is honestly not enough articulate, kind things I can say about Slug. Without a doubt, this man is at the top of my list of modern-day emcees, and I happen to consider him to be the most creative personality in hip-hop right now, commercial or underground. Even though this track is just a shout-out cut on the surface, the beat is so great that I guarantee that you will be listening to it over and over again. A beautiful, melodic piano sample and a soulful bass line provide the backdrop for Slug to deliver his shout-outs to a variety of emcees, producers, and supporters literally across America. Honestly, I take objection when Anticon says that their music is "for the advancement of hip-hop", and I see that statement as a little arrogant, but you can't take that away from Slug. The man truly is advancing the art form, and he is opening doors for a whole bunch of incredible shit to come out in the future.