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|(3.6 Stars)||Total Comments: 8|
Name: Jae Woods (Posted: 8/24/2005 10:50:00 PM)
Summary: Seems Like He Got Stage Fright Himself...
Comment: Jakki Da Motamouth brought it in "Cleptobrainiac", but the battle rap concept didn't seem to do as well. I enjoyed some of his punchlines and metaphors. But for the most part, I wasn't really feeling this track. However, the heavy beat by Copywrite was a plus.
Name: Lyrikally Infinite (Posted: 11/29/2004 7:25:00 PM)
Summary: This Is Raw!
Comment: Jakki Tha Motamouth came raw as hell on this track. This is what a true emcee is all about!
Name: WizzardThaPimp (Posted: 8/18/2003 12:59:00 PM)
Summary: Did He Say "even My Own Reflection Give's Me Daps?!!
Comment: Ahh, this track was nice - can't complain. Like the lyrics more than the beat though.
Name: LIEKETHER (Posted: 7/15/2003 11:52:00 AM)
Summary: I'm Not Believing You..
Comment: Let me say, whenever rappers talk about other people sounding weak in a verse, it only makes me scrutinize their own rhyme scheme that much deeper. The line about sounding like a poor freestyle.. Sorry, but I've heard far superior internet battle tracks/verses! A menacing flow yes, but lacked conviction. "Punch your punk-ass in the face!" Son, you'll be punching, but hitting air with those vocals! Sub-par. (Forward Necro please).
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 6/29/2003 6:19:00 PM)|
Comment: Over a bass-heavy beat produced by Copywrite, Jakki Da Motamouth spits sh*t-talking verses laced with sick punchlines, metaphors, and similes. Case in point: "Like a masturbater with an insomniac penis, I'll beat you if you keep it up!" The overall vibe of "Stage Fright" is undeniably live. I can only imagine how hyped a crowd would get during a live performance. Definitely check this one out.
Name: C-four (Posted: 6/29/2003 1:44:00 AM)
Comment: If you do cop this you will notice Copywrite says "n*gga" 2 times in this cut. And if you don't think Jakki ripped this you're smoking rock! Sh*t is HOT and so is the beat you dukes of hazard rerun addicts!
Name: walt s.o.b.s. (Posted: 6/26/2003 3:49:00 PM)
Comment: Damn Jakki is ill and damn Pete, I didn't know you had beats like that. This joint is hot, definitely worth a listen, f*ck that, cop this. I cant front, every time I hear something' from the Weathermen camp I have to re-invent myself. More emcees like the Weathermen, less wack non-creative ones.
Name: lank_link (Posted: 6/18/2003 8:04:00 PM)
Summary: Stick To What You Do Best
Comment: I know Jakki taught Copy how to rhyme, but the student is better than the teacher these days. Therefore, Jakki is sub par and talks about the same "You're wack, stop rhyming" topic while he should listen to his own cd's. Secondly, Copy produced this track- how does it sound? Stick to the mic, this beat is blah.