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D.A - 'De Ja Vu' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Listens:4419
Producer:Insight
Label:Ampt Records
Date added:10/25/2002
Song time:3:50
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4 Stars(4 Stars)
Total Comments: 3
4 Stars
Name: epical (Posted: 12/30/2002 11:27:00 AM)
Summary: Nice
Comment: From the first bar I was definitely feeling this beat. The lyrics are better than average, but I thought they could've been a little tighter. Overall, D.A.'s got a good track on his hands here.
4 Stars
Name: Time&Space (Posted: 11/5/2002 12:33:00 PM)
Summary: That's What's Up
Comment: I like this single man. This is the direction that hip-hop needs to be going. I want to hear people that sound like they spent some time writing lyrics, and putting a song together. I like the other 2 jams also. I"m gonna be on the lookout for this cat in the future!
Name: Meat Makswell (Posted: 11/2/2002 7:12:00 PM)
Comment: After listening to this track I only wish that I could experience "De Ja Vu" more often and be taken back to this song. I was caught right away by the beat, and found myself praying that wack lyrics wouldn't put this production to shame. Shame? Hardly. D.A. blessed this beat with the upbeat lyrical energy that many emcees lack in the "bling-bling age." I'd say we have a winner with this one.

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