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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: Keeping It Real (Posted: 3/25/2008 1:22:00 PM; Partial IP: .36.116.37)
Location: Fussa, Japan
Comment: Hey 77Words, you might've went to the wrong ATM because everybody else got a lot more than you did. (maybe you need to get a bigger "wallet", if you get what I'm saying) And I nearly fell asleep with another pop rap-fan drone critique on authentic hip hop music. Listen to the words, junior.
Name: 8wheelsoldier (Posted: 9/14/2003 10:16:00 PM)
Summary: If Your Deck Aint Playin Cage.. Fu.
Comment: When I first heard this song on my friend’s mixtape I thought, "Damn, this mother f*cker’s still got it." This song was really easy to edit into my skate video as the lyrics are as good as any other Cage track, and the beat is way hype.
Name: 77words (Posted: 11/11/2002 4:37:00 PM)
Summary: What Skills?
Comment: So much hype, but so little payoff. Where are the skills I keep hearing about? The beat is all right but come on with that slack-jawed delivery. I nearly fell asleep.
|Name: The Difference (Posted: 11/1/2002 6:42:00 PM)|
Comment: The lead song for Cage’s new album “Movies for the Blind” is simply fresh. “The Left Hand Path” is an interesting piece by Cage. His lyrics are highly on point and we can sort of get the vibe for his upcoming album. The production for this track is also highly on point. Rush, from Game records, blesses Cage with some spectacular sounds and ill samples to rhyme over. I only have one problem- doesn’t Cage sound a little like Mr. Mathers on the hook? Maybe it’s just me, but I know this joint is still on point.
Name: dixienormus (Posted: 9/16/2002 6:29:00 AM)
Summary: Reminds Me Of
Comment: We all know who. But I had a real hard time finding something wrong with this dude. I was diggin it from start to finish.
Name: seangotti (Posted: 8/30/2002 8:51:00 PM)
Summary: Rush Is Nasty
Comment: Cage got this joint off. Nice beat as always from Rush. I wanna go over this beat so bad.
Name: maisanta (Posted: 8/10/2002 1:51:00 AM)
Summary: Lost Kiddies
Comment: It's obvious that kids haven't been exposed to this veterans' skill. He's been doing it since he was fifteen on Columbia with Pete Nice. His album has been long overdue. Tight single. Now all we need is that weathermen album!!!
Name: ToxicAvenger (Posted: 8/7/2002 3:19:00 PM)
Comment: I couldn't help but nod my head to this song. The beat is hot as hell, and the lyrics are also cold. Damn I'm just in awe at how tight this song was. If it's on Cage's new shit cop it as fast as you can.
Name: Lyrikally Infinite (Posted: 8/3/2002 8:39:00 PM)
Summary: Cage - 'The Left Hand Path'
Comment: First of all, big up's to the producer of this beat, Rush, my I always thank you man. Cage ripped it well, man he snapped!!! If he keeps rapping like this, then he'll sound really raw and consistent forever.
Name: mythic (Posted: 8/3/2002 2:54:00 AM)
Comment: It’s hard to be a critic and not be able to nod my head to such a good production plus the lyrics that are bold. It could be better but this cat Cage got some skill that seems is hidden so next time you hear of him it should be better.