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|(4.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 6|
Name: qwot8ion (Posted: 5/31/2007 6:14:00 AM)
Summary: This Is Dope
Comment: This cat has that thin red line typical cat flow its gotta be him, or is it me?
Name: simple_man (Posted: 8/22/2006 5:22:00 PM)
Summary: Who's Despot?
Comment: The song is nice and relaxing, but the flow of this guy reminds me of that "So Sick" rapper, Benefit. Is this the same guy?
Name: arcanum_kat (Posted: 4/2/2005 2:04:00 AM)
Comment: This Blockhead guy has some intelligence behind his beats I must say. And Despot is new to me but this is a nice first impression. I think I need more of it though. I like this track, yeah I jive on the Blockhead beats.
Name: Akwan (Posted: 1/28/2005 10:30:00 PM)
Summary: "Hip Hop Genius!"
Comment: Since his verse on C-Phorce Records "Euphony" compilation I've heard nothing but raw material from this man. This song has an innovative flow, individual style and obviously a dominant emcee on the mic. If that wasn't enough, my man Blockhead flipped it, as usual. Some extreme melodies and a well put together vocal sample as previously mentioned.
Name: Sherlock Prose (Posted: 6/14/2004 9:19:00 PM)
Comment: Despot let me hear this about a year or so ago, and it's still as dope as when I heard it. The lyrics are very intricate if you listen closly. Blockhead's original vocal sample is real dope, but the beat gets a little stale after a while, towards the end of the song.
|Name: Pro Ecks (Posted: 6/11/2004 1:21:00 AM)|
Comment: If you could combine Breezly Brewin and Illogic into a hybrid emcee it would be Despot. Originality is key nowadays, and although my previous statement completely refutes what you’re about to read– Despot has it. With a solid backdrop provided by Blockhead and support from the ever expanding Def Jux label, he could easily be the next big thing in the independent world.