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|(4.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
|Name: high-c (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: A Polyrhymatics and Lone Catalysts collaboration you say? It's got to be dope, right? Well, there're no complaints on my end. Okay, maybe there's one quasi-complaint. It probably wouldn't have hurt to lose the R&B hook and add some cuts. But besides that one minor beef, this track lives up to the high standard of quality we've all grown to expect from Rawls. As long as J keeps on choppin the jazz wax over the nice and clean drums, you know I'll be satisfied.
Name: DefJukieRookie (Posted: 5/12/2002 3:04:00 PM)
Summary: People Are Missing The True Star Of The Track....
Comment: Apani rips this. Her sexy ass voice makes it even MORE pleasing to the ear. J's beat is already making love to your eardrums but then to have Apani wrapping her voice around it makes it three times better. I kind of wish it would have just been her on here. It fit her more than Complex.
Name: p-dub (Posted: 4/15/2002 10:45:00 AM)
Summary: J. Rawls Keep It Movin
Comment: J. Rawls production is always on point. The r&b hook is what makes you feel the lyrics along with the beat, that reminds you of what hip-hop, I mean real hip-hop was made of. I only wish J would put more out there on the streets. His sound is innovative and raw. More hip-hop artist need this type of production to grab my ear. I like to see J with Mos-Def and The Roots. Feel me?