Name: alex (Posted: 3/3/2009 12:14:00 AM; Partial IP: .6.184.121)
Location: san jose, Ca
Comment: ONE OF THE BEST PRODUCERS IN THE UNDERGROUND! so creative! MAN! he made ballad of worms, death of chris palko, and public property for Cage..MAN THOSE BEATS ARE SICK! and all of the other songs he produced...RIP CAMU
Name: Kim (Posted: 7/30/2008 2:30:00 PM; Partial IP: 30.179.200)
Comment: illest song ever, beat+rap is all perfect.
Name: @lX CC WM (Posted: 5/27/2008 7:35:00 PM; Partial IP: .6.139.210)
Location: San jose, CA BAY AREA
Comment: R.I.P. CAMU TAO
THIS IS FUCKING OFF DA CHAIN, ILL MAFUCKA...
CAMU TAO WILL BE MISSED...CC WM
Name: J6N (Posted: 10/1/2003 3:27:00 PM)
Summary: Absolutly Filthy Beat!
Comment: Man I love this beat, it's one of the rawest I've heard in a while. Camu flows brilliantly (apart from the chorus which sounds abit lame) and the result is a filthy dirty beat and dope ass lyrics. More excellence from Def Jux!
Name: KetchupSamurai (Posted: 6/15/2003 10:45:00 PM)
Summary: So Dirty It Feels Good
Comment: This track is outstanding. The beat is soooooooooooo damn ill. I love this track! It's a must have 12" for everyone!
Name: Akwan (Posted: 4/7/2003 5:19:00 AM)
Summary: Def Feel The Def
Comment: I think the chorus is dope, the beat is mind-blowing and I think Camu is packed with originality.
Often returns to his same flow, you get that a lot but I'm quite the same myself, apart from vocals I think Camu and myself are only a centimetre apart.
Name: TGODD (Posted: 1/11/2003 3:12:00 PM)
Comment: This is a great track...until the hook comes in. Then it picks up again.
|Name: Food Stamp (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Location: Oregon, USA
Comment: Camu shows that he doesn't need Pete Nelson to carry his flow as he proves he can vocally "Hold the Floor." Camu is a cool cat (I'm talking mad chill), and he flows with hella precision. Przm holds it down on the boards for the MHz emcee with a totally ill guitar-filled beat. The instrumental has enough fortitude on its own with sick cadence and bouncability. Damn, Camu holds it, and if you question that then press "Listen."
Name: Lyrikally Infinite (Posted: 6/11/2002 4:23:00 PM)
Comment: All Camu Tao shit is raw!!! Up this forever!!!
Name: mago (Posted: 5/17/2002 9:10:00 PM)
Comment: All Weathermen shit iz dirty.
Name: JUKIEBOT81 (Posted: 4/27/2002 1:52:00 AM)
Summary: Definitive Junkie 4 Life
Comment: This is one of the better singles from Definitive Jux Presents – ‘II'. It's not as good as MHz's ish but it's better than Masai Bey's 12". It lacks a little more in the production area but it's still bangin'.
Name: 9pointedstar (Posted: 4/7/2002 3:17:00 AM)
Summary: Ummm - Can Yah Cats Say
Comment: I'm surprised as all hell nobody's picking up on that "high-pitched" delivery. Once again the Wu revolutionizes the art.
Name: AxiomaticSun (Posted: 3/27/2002 2:48:00 PM)
Summary: This Is Peace
Comment: This song sounds extremely original. A lot of attempts of originality fail to provide the natural high that this song does. The hook is mediocre, nothing to complain about. I'm def feelin' it.
Name: MARChimedes (Posted: 3/25/2002 4:08:00 PM)
Summary: Hot Track But...
Comment: This track definitely pleases the ear. The beat is one of the best beats I've heard in a while. But I've heard those lyrics in at least 3 of Camu's "freestyles" (if you can call them freestyles since they're always written), and Camu delivered the verses better in his freestyles. I'm still defintely feelin the song, but I'd be feelin it more if the verses were original.
Name: underground4life (Posted: 3/19/2002 8:49:00 PM)
Comment: Ever since I heard Camu Tao on "Rocket Science" from MHz, I have always anticipated cuts from this duo. On this cut, Camu Tao again does not disappoint. His fast pace rhyme style is again on point, and has a grimy beat to perfectly compliment his battle rhyme flow.
Name: DJay-C (Posted: 3/19/2002 1:38:00 AM)
Comment: Not only the best song I've heard so far this year, but quite possibly one of my personal favorites ever. I won't have to dig deep in order to declare Camu's "Hold the Floor" a classic! Lyrically, his originality speaks for itself, and the beat along with the easy chorus will be in our head all day after just one listen. Who won't agree with me when I say MHz emcee's Copywrite and Camu Tao may be two of the hottest emcees spitting right now. Everything they lay down is tight.
Name: mercurywaters (Posted: 3/15/2002 4:42:00 PM)
Summary: Brain Bustin'
Comment: The beat is simplistic and powerful. Tao is lyrically nasty. His lyrics make the song even stronger.