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|(3.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: Backspace1 (Posted: 11/20/2003 11:24:00 AM)
Comment: This song is pretty damn good. The beat is tight but the lyrics are the real focus. Their other songs are good too and I keep hearin' about them.
Name: sam kinison (Posted: 11/19/2003 2:37:00 AM)
Summary: It's Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful
Comment: Jedi Mind Tricks? Is that what your MP3 said it was? Sorry no "JMT" song has this sample, get your facts straight and don't hate cause I'm feelin' this track a lot. Worth copping!
Name: CaseSensitive (Posted: 11/3/2003 1:38:00 AM)
Summary: Jedi Mind Tricks Anyone?
Comment: Same Stevie Wonder sample as JMT's song "War Ensemble" and as Tragedy Khadafi's song "Still Reportin" and the worst of the 3 possibly..
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 11/2/2003 6:58:00 PM)|
Comment: "Beautiful Music" can be thought of as an ode to beautiful, classic hip-hop and its progression throughout the years. In a self-reflective and respectful manner, Undefined recalls the impact hip-hop made on his life, giving daps to pioneers Run DMC, KRS-One, Public Enemy, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane and Slick Rick. While the general concept and intention seem decent, the monotony of the production robs the track of its potential energy and overall impact. Had more been done with the beat, "Beautiful Music" could have been thoroughly representative of great hip-hop.
Name: ROUGH MEMO (Posted: 10/30/2003 1:28:00 AM)
Summary: The Song's Title Sums It Up Best
Comment: Dope story about how hip hop effects lives positively in a negative world.