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|(2 Stars)||Total Comments: 7|
Name: scientificz (Posted: 10/10/2006 4:44:00 AM)
Summary: Here We Go Again
Comment: This shit almost made my nuts hurt. Come on fellas cut the bullshit, fuck!!
Name: LooseMindFan (Posted: 5/13/2004 6:11:00 PM)
Summary: Blame The Beat
Comment: Nas obviously just freestyled on this one here real quick, in my opinion, it may be written I don’t know. Keep in mind Nas never does well on mid-tempo beats, he likes to hide behind the syncopations, and he couldn’t do that here. This was his chance to really go downstairs, and he missed it with more talk of money and power/sex. Look at the bright side, at least he didn’t bust his Nastradamas style.
Name: Jukums (Posted: 4/30/2004 12:58:00 PM)
Summary: What Happened?
Comment: Damn, Nas has been spittin' some bullshit lately. He needs to leave them Bravehearts in the dust because that lame shit they spittin' is rubbin up on my man Nas. I'm very disappointed, I hope it's only temporary. Production could of been a lot better.
Name: d danja (Posted: 3/28/2004 10:59:00 PM)
Summary: How Does Jay Say It? Laaaaame!
Comment: I'll tell ya this, Nas is goin' back to sleep right now. What does it take, somebody to dis him again? I just don't get this guy. His flow on this song (and other recent ones) is just mad jumbled and monotone. Come on Nas, step your rap game back up. You've been around too long to be comin' with trash now.
|Name: Pro Ecks (Posted: 3/6/2004 5:55:00 PM)|
Comment: This track is extremely disappointing in comparison to the b-side. Although the production is on point, Nas opens up with a verse that is the epitome of mediocrity, and Bumpy does not raise the bar when it comes his turn. The song is nothing special, but the record as a whole is still worth grabbing on the strength of “Teach the Children” on the reverse.
Name: mecbar (Posted: 2/27/2004 2:50:00 PM)
Summary: This Is A Good Thing For Hip-Hop Music
Comment: Cool collabo. I'm a fan of each of them so naturally this appeals to me.
Name: Smegal (Posted: 2/26/2004 8:50:00 PM)
Comment: When I heard that these two got together to do a callab I thought it was gonna be over a Premo Beat. The beat is garbage, and the lyrics have nothing to do with the title of the song.
Yo- y'all could have done better than that.