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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: kid_k_otic (Posted: 3/17/2008 4:55:00 PM; Partial IP: .10.55.253)
Comment: ahhhhh! reminds me of high school.....the good days, this song is the shit.
|Name: Kid Chaos (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: This joint really shows just how tight Kweli is, as he TOTALLY outshines Mos Def. No disrespect to Mos, as his sh!t is tight, but Talib shines like the sun on this one. I've been diggin this track on the Lyricst Lounge Tour MixTape by DJ ARSON for a week or so now, and I love it. With Kweli hittin us with lyrics like "Still mo' blacks is dyin/ kids ain't livin they tryin/"How to Make a Slave" by Willie Lynch is still applyin", it's easy to see that this track is yet another Rawkus classic.