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|(3.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 7|
Name: Humpy McBalls (Posted: 11/23/2003 5:16:00 PM)
Summary: Epitome Of Mediocre
Comment: Promising when it starts but the beat goes nowhere. Kind of trance-inducing. Pass.
Name: jbento (Posted: 10/24/2003 11:33:00 PM)
Summary: On Point
Comment: Don't like a lot of cursing, but I think the beat and the flow is on point!
Name: blibstar (Posted: 9/15/2003 4:53:00 AM)
Summary: Mellow Out Tune.
Comment: Delivery by Blak is tight but production by Kev Brown steals the thunder.
Name: Sinosure (Posted: 8/21/2003 10:16:00 PM)
Summary: Pete Rock Production Vibe!
Comment: I think Phayde might not be use to production like Pete Rock since this track definitely reminds me of Rock's tracks. Kevin Brown did a wonderful job on the track, plus Baby Blak complements the beat well. It's just a laid back, soul-influenced track!
Name: SharpestInTheShed (Posted: 7/31/2003 10:10:00 PM)
Summary: Good Song
Comment: I dunno how this is considered lifeless? Itís a nice mellowed-out beat well done. Baby Blak has his moments and carries the track out. Satisfactory, worth a listen for sure.
Name: RuthlessBeatz (Posted: 7/20/2003 8:39:00 PM)
Summary: Feelin The Sample Breakdown. Lyrics I-ight & Da Scrathin Is Tight
Comment: Feeliní the sample breakdown. The lyrics were okay and the scratchin is tight. I was satisfied!
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 7/14/2003 8:18:00 PM)|
Comment: Baby Blak's monotonous flow paired with Kevin Brown's lifeless production on this track effectively lulled me into an abysmal slumber. While I do understand the approach that Blak was most likely trying to take- reserved and introspective- it is difficult to execute it effectively and still have a high replay value. Personally, I'd pass on "Economix."