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|(2 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: pele won (Posted: 11/29/2006 8:18:00 PM)
Summary: 9th Has A Messy Production Style At Times
Comment: 4 different stabs a beat make not. I'm tired of this style of beats, leave it to Primo. At least he does it right.
|Name: DJ Sho Nuff (Posted: 10/16/2006 2:11:00 PM)|
Comment: 9th Wonder just seems like a chill dude. A student of mine wrote a live performance review of him DJing a set the other night and said his demeanor was low key and fresh. I enjoy it when a producer is able to channel his personality and energy through his work. I feel that often helps a producer create a signature sound. Well, I suppose that could also be created with a monotonous, lazy approach as well, but the former seems to truly be the case with 9th Wonder. Upon hearing no more than four beats to the track, I was instantly reminded of the peaceful lull I enjoyed when first listening to Little Brotherís The Listening. Regardless, 9th Wonder wins again providing the three emcees with a smooth, soulful beat to rock over. In my humble opinion, Autolect and his unique flow win this 12 inches gold medal if illest verse was an Olympic sport. Iím not quite sure who Iíd award the silver and bronze to, if for no other reason than Iím not even sure which of the other two emcees is which. Cop the single and judge for yourself.