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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 6|
Name: F5THC (Posted: 10/24/2003 8:45:00 PM)
Summary: Off Da Hook!!!
Comment: J Rawls and El Da Sensei…who would have guessed? Nice collaboration that is banging around the clock inside these walls. I would like to hear a full length LP from a combination like this. Artifacts, J Rawls and DJ Kaos- one can only imagine.
Name: J6N (Posted: 10/3/2003 1:22:00 PM)
Summary: I Could Listen To This Forever!
Comment: Man I could stick this track on repeat and listen to it for a solid day I swear, because it's so easy on the ears, El's style is so flawless and it seems that when he rhymes he is just chillin' out and doing it absent mindedly (which I like alot). The beat is very simple and effective as it compliments El's style to the tee, as that too is also laid back and easy to listen to. Listen now and become addicted!
Name: TGODD (Posted: 1/4/2003 2:45:00 AM)
Summary: Feelin It
Comment: This track will probably last a while on my playlist, at least until I figure out what song this beat reminds me of. "Summertime Blues" was sh*t if you ask me, but everyone else likes it. But I say check THIS one.
Name: dj_diaboliks (Posted: 12/10/2002 10:16:00 PM)
Summary: El Comes Correct, Rawls Sleeps
Comment: As usual, El lays some dope lyrics on this track. He's not spectacular, but he more than keeps your ears tuned. The beat, on the other hand, is about as boring as an 8 AM lecture (well, not if it was Louis' lecture). This is the only track on this CD that I skip over every time. Our UGHH staff reviewer calls Rawls "eclectic". I would classify him more as very hit-or-miss. When he's on point (check "Great Live Caper"), he's bangin, but other times he just falls flat. Check the B-side instead on this one.
|Name: Food Stamp (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Location: Oregon, USA
Comment: In the past I've never had anything bad to say about the Brick City Kid El Da Sensei, and I'm happy to inform you that the trend continues. Probably one of the dopest singles off his new full length, "Relax, Relate, Release," “Speakin" is a promising sign. El is still as raw as he ever was, but match him with, in my opinion, one of the most eclectic producers, J Rawls, and shit gets ridiculous. J drops pure musical niceness that will surely move you well into the night. Make sure to check J Rawls Premoesque scratch chorus too, it's all good. El, one of the best things to come out of Jersey besides Tony Soprano, just does what he's been doing for years.
Name: ekwaleyze (Posted: 10/7/2002 7:57:00 PM)
Summary: Emcee El Puts Another Together
Comment: Over an almost doomy beat, El spits marvelous verbals which have coined his flow. Get this cat a deal so he can put out some wax to spin!