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|(4.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: Spiffy (Posted: 12/14/2003 6:59:00 PM)
Summary: Mixtapes Best
Comment: This songs rules, it's a catchy beat with Gza. What else could you want? As for the other reviews pay them no mind. Rae definitely diluted his product post "Cuban Linx/Ironman", but Meth never faltered. His rhymes are always top notch. "Tical 2000" lacks a few awesome beats but that ain't Meth. As for his projects outside of Wu-Tang, one listen to "Blackout" and any true hip hoppers will apologize and buy it.
Name: Oprahfunk (Posted: 10/9/2003 1:11:00 PM)
Summary: Break Your Nek 2 Dis
Comment: Dis iz da joint! Gza and INS are still holding it down for the true Wu heads. I love this hook so f*****g bad, his new cut iz tight 2 not like thise wack attempts by Meth and Rae!
|Name: mARTin (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: The year was 1996 and I tried to pick up every song that featured a Wu member - let's just say I don't anymore. Meth started to do cuts with every goddamn cat in the industry, Raekwon was sighted on more places then Elvis and Tupac and ODB... nah please don't get me started on him. In fact, the GZA was the only one who remained true to the underground from where the Wu came six years ago. Lines like "Too many songs, weak rhymes that's mad long. Make it brief son, half short and twice strong" explained his feelings. It's been three years since last time and his notebook is once again full, packed with lines which he isn't gonna waste on Allure or Blackstreet. The walkie-talkie hook in 'Breaker Breaker' reminds me of the Wu's good ol' days.