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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 9|
Name: black_massachusetts (Posted: 6/1/2003 6:25:00 PM)
Summary: There Is No F*cking With The Edan
Comment: Simply put in this review- Edan is advancing the art-form. He is raising the bar and I for one am really happy about it. God bless you mister Edan, if it wasn't for you and you and Mr. Lif- perhaps 7l and Esoteric and a few others (Akrobatik, El-P and Aesop Rockw)- we would all have sh*t to listen to in this seemingly endless sewage pool that is the American underground hip-hop scene.
Name: connect (Posted: 2/2/2003 11:17:00 PM)
Summary: Some Thing To Gas You Up
Comment: This is something that takes you to some new form of hip-hop. It is said that the underground is the side of hip-hop that has the creativity and this is what you hear when you think of the underground. "PEOPLE SELDOM IMPROVE WHEN THEY HAVE NO OTHER THEN THEMSELFES TO COPY AFTER" DONT HATE!!!
Name: DJ Alkemy (Posted: 1/15/2003 1:12:00 PM)
Summary: He Does It Again
Comment: The beat is banging and the lyrics are amazing, that’s all you need to know. How hip-hop was meant to be done. Class!
Name: tammi503 (Posted: 1/13/2003 8:50:00 PM)
Summary: Ok, I Gave It A Thumbs Up For Creativity.
Comment: It really stinks; I hate the whole beat. The lyrics are good though, but the beat sounds like a mix between the 50's, the 70's and the really bad 80's.
Name: Lolita! (Posted: 1/2/2003 12:50:00 AM)
Summary: Bring This Track To Your Next Show And Tell And Be The Envy Of All Your Friends.
Comment: Edan represents yet again! He gives every B-boy a reason to check themselves.
I haven't heard wax this blessed in a minute!
Name: D.L.C. (Posted: 12/25/2002 12:36:00 PM)
Summary: This Settles It. Edan May Be Tops Now.
Comment: Edan is doing it very humongous right now. We're talking gorilla size, folks. This beat is beyond nasty, it's disgusting. It's got some elements of 50's jazz and be-bop music, a strong roving beat and Edan's ultra-confident lyrics. This is what you need in your stocking stuffers, folks.
Name: marvwon (Posted: 12/22/2002 12:31:00 PM)
Summary: The Beat Iz Nasty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment: The 1st thing that caught my attention was the beat. The beat is ridiculous! I had to listen to it twice before I paid attention to the rhymes. But when I did, whoo! Edan did a helluva job with the wordplay. Good song- I recommend a listen!
|Name: Meat Makswell (Posted: 12/21/2002 12:31:00 AM)|
Comment: If hip-hop existed in the fifties, this is most likely how it would have sounded. Someone has to let Edan know that he has mastered the art of taking that whack bee-bop music and turning it into some pretty raw hip-hop music. This is a very uniquely created song, definitely an addition to the crates. Listen for the reference to Nas's verse on “Live at the Bar-B-Que” and you'll probably appreciate the whole creativity of the track even more. One word: genius.
Name: Quest (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 12/20/2002 10:14:00 AM)
Location: UGHH World HQ - Boston, MA
Summary: Edan Bringing It Back To The Old School
Comment: Words can't describe this song (but than again, what Edan song can be described in words)? Straight hip hop flava for your ear - period. The beat has so much funk going on at once it's hard to explain. You've got a basic beat box, saxaphones, crazy bass lines, and so on. Top it off with Edan's fun lyrics "When I was 12, I ate a lot of grilled cheeses" and other hilarious lines. A 12" worthy of purchase from the UGHH.com Online Store.