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|(4.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 7|
|Name: Edu Leedz (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Comment: "If you think your ignoring, your ignor-ant." J-Live is probably one of the most underrated MC's in the industry. His knowledge reigns supreme, and it shows quite well on "Satisfied?." This is an anthem for all you unsatisfied listeners who refuse to swallow your pride.
Name: elxolo (Posted: 9/30/2002 4:08:00 PM)
Summary: I'm Satisfied
Comment: Like the man said, "this jam demands your undivided attention, even on the dance floor."
Name: Tribehaus (Posted: 6/1/2002 9:56:00 AM)
Summary: The Groove Attack!
Comment: Dancehall burner- but also something for your headphones. Groovy beat, excellent lyrics!
Name: tinytim (Posted: 5/3/2002 7:54:00 AM)
Summary: J-live Is A Poet!!
Comment: Everybody has to buy 'All of the Above'. It is the best thing Hip-hop has got to offer nowadays.
Name: JUKIEBOT81 (Posted: 4/27/2002 1:22:00 AM)
Summary: This Ain't Doubles J-live Jus Bursting Bubbles
Comment: This is seriously one of the dopest tracks this year. Matter of fact this is one of the dopest tracks in years. I love this track so much that it is on just about every mix tape I make lately. Instant classic.
Name: dharmony (Posted: 4/26/2002 4:55:00 PM)
Summary: J-live Is The Next Big Thing
Comment: The beat's got a bit of a dub flavor, which I'll admit I've got a soft spot for. J-Live brings you a political lament in his lyrics. He says a couple things that haven't been said enough, unlike a lot of hiphop politics that give you the standard "the world is shit" story. The flow is straight ahead, but tight. This track will be instantly likable, but there *are* more impressive tracks on the album.
Name: Sephtical (Posted: 4/16/2002 4:09:00 PM)
Summary: Hot As Hell
Comment: Beat is wicked bumpiní. Lyrics are dope and the hook is soooo tight that I can't get it out my head. The song actually has a point. FRESH AS HELL.