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Joey Chavez feat. Evidence - 'People & Places' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Producer:Joey Chavez
Label:ABB Records
Date added:4/30/2001
Song time:3:09
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Average Visitor Rating:
4.5 Stars(4.5 Stars)
Total Comments: 3
4 Stars
Name: simple_man (Posted: 8/8/2004 2:49:00 PM)
Summary: A Head Nodding Good Time!
Comment: it's great to hear a real feel-good beat and an easy flow come together. check out this track, it will set your mind at ease.
5 Stars
Name: crosseyed god (Posted: 2/18/2003 11:11:00 PM)
Summary: Some Interludes Are Better Than Songs On Lps"
Comment: Joey Chavez comes with a hard-hitter while Ev spits. No-brainer? Yes!
Name: Max (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)
Comment: Yes, yes. Joey Chavez comes through once again with a nice, drum-soaked production, perfect for the Dilated People’s Evidence. The other half of the expansion team has been around the globe and is here to reflect upon his observations. ‘People and Places’ is a great example of how precise and well-thought out Ev’s compositions are. Not once has Ev needed to use six-syllable words to convey his thoughts. The direct reflection is food for thought in it's organic existence. “I take it as it comes/everyday’s a new one,” says Ev.