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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: mariodrobinson (Posted: 4/18/2006 8:57:00 AM)
Summary: More Proof That Hip Hop Doesnt Have An Age Limit!!
Comment: It's so encouraging to see pioneers of the game still dropping heat. Solid production, flawless lyrics. There is no good reason to hate on this!
|Name: DJ Timid (Posted: 4/16/2006 11:43:00 PM)|
Comment: Never say die, Craig Mack—never day die. Considering that in 2006, Craig Mack probably seems more fit for an XXL milk carton than a brand new 12inch…and considering that he samples No Doubt’s “Don’t Speak,” a well known song (at least to suburban white boy like myself) which was also sampled by Ice Cube back around ’98…this track is way better than expected. Craig’s voice still is his best asset, because it always commands your attention, while not overpowering the beat. You always know it’s a Craig Mack track when he’s on. He’s an old schooler who never got played out, who doesn’t sound much like Redman or LL, but makes you remember them at their primes without it feeling like a history lesson or a dichotomy with today’s trends.