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Hip Hop For Respect - 'A Tree Never Grown' (Audio MP3 Stream)
 

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Listens:4137
Producer:88-Keys
Label:Rawkus Records
Date added:5/15/2000
Song time:5:46
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Total Comments: 3
5 Stars
Name: SouNdTiFikally SouNd (Posted: 7/3/2004 12:34:00 AM)
Summary: They Done Did Hip-hop Justice!
Comment: This is definitely how Hip-Hop should be soundin... Nuthin' too hardcore, nuthin' too mainstream, straight up no frontin! Pity that the masses don't really get it. RESPECT!
5 Stars
Name: smudge (Posted: 4/6/2003 6:11:00 AM)
Summary: Respect
Comment: If only there was more hip-hop on the radio like this. Rap is still an art and this proves it. With a line up like this there is no chance of a bad result, but this is just too dope. Mos Def on the chorus, in my opinion, is the highlight. It is damn smooth and sums up this track.
Name: Key-El (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)
Comment: I'll just tell you ahead of time before you read these 3 reviews, this is the best 12" of the year. Hands down, no doubt about it. The all-star lineup, which includes; J-Live, Mos Def, Wordsworth, A.L., Tame One, etc... blesses one of the nicest beats I've heard in ages so very nicely. The inspiration for these songs was from the Amadu Diallo case so these lyrics truly make the listener open up their ears. To top if off Mos Def blesses this track by singing the chorus oh-so nice.