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|(4.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: maqin (Posted: 2/10/2008 2:20:00 PM; Partial IP: .37.246.49)
Comment: how can we...people...listen or tolerate that bubblgum popcorn icy dumb stupid shit when there exsists masterpeices of ART like this????
Name: pele won (Posted: 11/29/2006 8:20:00 PM)
Comment: Now this is a banger! Primo shows you why he is THE illest producer in our generation. And AZ shows why he still has ears checkin after some dismal releases. A solid cut!
|Name: Ice Gorilla (Posted: 9/19/2006 2:29:00 PM)|
Comment: The Source Magazine recently touted an article begging the question: can New York hip-hop make a comeback? Well, if AZ and Premier keep hanging bangers like this on the wall, then yes, I do believe so. Primo, venturing ever so slightly outside of his normal sound, crafts a beat seeming more at home in the final touching moments of a 1980s television thriller then as the backing track for the burning hot AZ. Sticking to his usual gruff delivery, AZ shows why he’s been on the come-up for as long as I can remember. Almost nonchalantly, lacing each verse with vivid imagery of the tough NY streets. It’s the defining factor as to why these two gentleman are one part classic, one part classic-in-training: they’ve been shaping hits like these for the last twenty years, and they still bang harder then just about everything dropping these days.
Name: Unxpekted (Posted: 9/7/2006 6:13:00 PM)
Summary: Az Got The Format
Comment: The 'Suger Hill' flow is back in full effect. AZ sounds better than ever spitting sewege. I listen to 'Serious' and hear Nas and AZ trading some of the nastiest wordplay. Now I hear the Nastradamus connected with Jay-Z and signed off on the lamest bars, sad but true. I truely believe AZ is the last of the Firm to stand the test of time. If you want that old lyrical flex then purchase this 12" and get ready for the neglected AZ to rap his heart out!