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|(4.8 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: Wes Jackson (Posted: 1/29/2008 10:11:00 AM; Partial IP: .67.117.50)
Location: the dirty south
Comment: Very original beat with good samples and overall just goes perfectly with Canibus's flow. I haven't heard three stories in one song ever before and they are all fairly intricate.
Name: Chris McCaffrey (Posted: 7/20/2005 1:25:00 PM)
Comment: I haven't heard a story-telling rap in a while. No Return is a good way to break this drought. The three stories he told in each verse had me thinking, and the reggae-jazz beat by Stoupe was nice too.
Name: DjPrimate (Posted: 2/22/2005 7:15:00 PM)
Summary: Sick Stuff
Comment: The beat is nasty. The story telling of Canibus is also on point. Must have.
Name: purehiphop (Posted: 4/2/2004 2:19:00 PM)
Summary: Go To The Music Store Now
Comment: Cop the Rip the Jacker album. 11 track rating from nice, too damn near outrageous.
Name: pusher/prophet (Posted: 3/17/2004 2:17:00 AM)
Summary: Nasty Beat
Comment: This beat is the absolute ish and it seems to accent Canibus nicely. Always good to hear a storyteller do his thing.
Name: Tomik (Posted: 2/27/2004 12:33:00 PM)
Summary: Hell Yeah
Comment: I love this beat... My man Stoupe is holding me down. Canibus is just to ill and always brings the lyrics. Stoupe's beats+Canibus's lyrics= Unstoppable.
|Name: Slang (Posted: 2/11/2004 8:29:00 PM)|
Comment: The combination of Canibus and Stoupe is more dangerous than being locked up in a cell with Tommy Lee. Both are in serious control of their respective departments of the game, and with the way Vinnie Paz has rhymed lately Canibus might as well join Jedi Mind Tricks in his place. Stoupe puts together a funky, Mediterranean beat to accompany Canibus' storytelling lyrics, and this track is absolute fire from start to finish. If you haven't picked up "Rip the Jacker" yet you're sleeping!
Name: J6N (Posted: 1/30/2004 8:06:00 AM)
Summary: This Sh*ts Crazy!
Comment: Man that beat sounds so weird, but it is still excellent. On the lyrics side of things, you know Canibus can't drop a bad verse, and he doesn't here. The lyrics are really interesting (a bizarre story..) and the beat is dope. This is just crazy sh*t, and f*ckin excellent crazy sh*t at that.
Name: Lyrikal Messiah (Posted: 1/27/2004 9:55:00 PM)
Summary: A Really Interesting Track
Comment: This is a really peculiar track, which I had to listen to a few times before fully digesting it... Canibus tells 3 separate stories in which the narrator dies in 3 separate ways: a death that easily could've been prevented, being at the wrong place at the wrong time, and dying while trying to save a life...
Name: gringo (Posted: 1/13/2004 6:15:00 AM)
Summary: The Best Song Of 2003
Comment: The beat combines jazz, reggae, funky flutes, and yiddish song. Canibus comes through on some next level story type ish. Cop it