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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 8|
Name: jbento (Posted: 10/25/2003 3:20:00 PM)
Summary: Ditto With Phobikone503
Comment: Man I'm FEELIN' this one. This is definitely the joint on my hits list!
Name: jbento (Posted: 10/25/2003 3:19:00 PM)
Summary: Agree With Robin Crates
Comment: This is the perfect song to cruise in your ride with.
Name: DJ Alkemy (Posted: 1/15/2003 1:02:00 PM)
Summary: An Improvement
Comment: The last track I reviewed by these guys was wack so this could only be an improvement. The beat is nice and relaxing but gets a little tired. There are some corny bits such as the little bits of singing in the chorus and the part when the women is talking, but a bit better than their last release.
Name: tammi503 (Posted: 1/13/2003 9:06:00 PM)
Summary: I Love This Beat!!!!!!!!!!
Comment: The beat, the lyrics; it’s all dope. I wish I could buy your CD, but no money now, maybe later. Makes me reminisce, reminds me of BIG's song, “I see a lot of ladies tonight, who gonna have my baby, baby.”
Name: djmidas (Posted: 1/10/2003 8:22:00 PM)
Summary: Roc City , Ny Flava From The Basement
Comment: I'm writing this to give the reader's my view of MY ART. I was digging and found this hot jazz pianist piece by (UMM). It was so dope, I had to loop it, I didn't want to chop it. For all the breakbeat cats, I basically programmed a beat from a classic hip-hop break, (some trivia) ONLY THE TRU HH DJ HEADS WILL GET IT. As far as the lyrics, I'm a DJ and producer 1st, I MC as a hobby (LOL)... This is a Golden Cut, The production and cuts is 89 style. The lyrics were meant to be simplistic but with substance. I did that so all the Ja Rule, Master P , Nelly heads can feel me, if they heard my joint. IT IS A PARTY JOINT, but it's hip-hop underground with soul. I got the 9 (Born Power Wisdom) extra shells ( Adidas) for ya mental.. 7OD science I am Hip-Hop! Don't claim to be Hip-Hop if you can't overstand my creation. DJ MIDAS IS RHYMING ON THIS TRACK NOT TWO B. (correction) One Love to All, Stay True 2003rd visual GoldenBallz in ya Mouf...YOU SUCKkKA's!!!
|Name: Paul (Posted: 12/30/2002 5:19:00 PM)|
Comment: Some "new flavor" by DJ Midas & Two B. I'm digging the laid-back beat from Midas, and rhymes this time are nice. Again, it's not necessarily the most original stuff. The MC reminds me of a mix between Wildchild and Tash, and his rhymes are the typical party sh*t. Again, it's not bad, but not necessarily great as it sounds way too familiar. Still, "Goldencuts" is worth a spin or two.
Name: phobikone503 (Posted: 12/25/2002 4:49:00 AM)
Summary: One Word ----- Dope
Comment: This beat is like drifting in the wind on a paddleboat with no current. Pure grace to the ears. Lyrics float along with sync and connect to the hook, a soft harmonization over scratched samples. SICK SON! I love how the samples interject the flow and add in a fluent flow to the MC. Breaks are simply ill. Peep this one for real!
Name: direct14 (Posted: 12/19/2002 3:21:00 AM)
Summary: Jazzy Beat , Reminiscing Lyrics = Fire
Comment: Let me backtrack to my previous review and take a little heat off these guys and big them up for an overall dope 12” saved by this hot track. Although not the greatest flow which is broken up at times, the beat is beautiful and almost hypnotic at times. Great chorus furthers the dopeness of this track. 8/10