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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: ikeabuchia (Posted: 2/13/2004 2:15:00 PM)
Summary: Prodigal Edo.g
Comment: This cats got talent by the multitude his flow is reminiscent of Biggie or Nas at its best. Stringing strong catch-phrases non-stop seems to relax but get his point crystal clear without even trying to impress. I'm definitely a fan.
Those ill horn and piano samples are truly amazing my head was bopping all day with those haunting harmonies EDO.G will never leave your pysche.
|Name: Paul (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: When tracks with really good production get remixed, in many cases the remix is incredibly weak compared to the original. Since DJ Premier layed-down a dope instrumental for the original "Sayin' Somethin'" by Ed O.G., a remix would seem kind of unnecessary (see Encore's "Filthy" remix). That said, the production here is quite nice. Kon, D-Son, & Supe lay down a nice piano sample and some other effects to create a beat somewhat similar to the original, but different and good in its own right. Ed comes pretty nice on the mic marking his big return into the world of hip-hop. This remix surprised me. Although, I still like Primo's original better, this is still very good and worth checking out.