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|(3 Stars)||Total Comments: 8|
Name: ‹^› ‹(*¿*)› ‹^› (Posted: 10/17/2005 12:39:00 PM)
Summary: Vintage Hip Hope
Comment: Yea I like the flow and basic beat. Dude is gangsta and didn't change. What y'all need to understand is that Primo and Just are on some vintage '87 shit and they got it off.
Name: mecbar (Posted: 1/3/2004 7:40:00 PM)
Summary: To Each Is Own
Comment: You are entitled to your opinions. Unless you were in the Bronx back in 85-86 when Just Ice was blazing sh*t you should watch who you call a novice. Stick with your bullsh*t Atmosphere and Aesop rock rap (rap cause I don't call that shit hip hop) and enjoy.
Name: miccheckonetwo (Posted: 12/6/2003 1:35:00 PM)
Summary: I Agree With The Staff 100%
Comment: Just Ice Sucks!! He always has and he always will. We have to stop giving props to people just because they've been around a long time. You either have skills or you don't, and Just Ice doesn't have skills! Anyone who gets excited over a song this bad is a novice.
Name: Humpy McBalls (Posted: 11/23/2003 4:52:00 AM)
Summary: Not Again
Comment: Disappointing beat from Primo, but at least he gave a wack beat to a wack rapper and didn't waste a hot one.
Name: mecbar (Posted: 11/16/2003 4:18:00 PM)
Summary: What's Up With The Staff Review?
Comment: Yo, the staff review makes no sense. Who the hell groups Just Ice with NWA and the Geto Boys? Yo, my man, check "Cold Getting Dumb," "Latoya," or even his verse in "Self Destruction." He might have called himself the "gangsta of rap" but he always dropped science. Just Ice has been down since day one in the BX. Ask Red Alert, he school'll you on Just Ice. If you ain't feeling the track cool, but do your homework money and don't come off sounding like a novice.
|Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 11/3/2003 6:21:00 PM)|
Comment: If you don't remember Just Ice he was one of the first gangsta rappers who hopped on the scene in 1986. If you're like me you got into this stuff with NWA and Geto Boys when it first came out and then dropped it quick fast for De La Soul's "3 Feet High & Rising." Every once and a while I'll get drunk at a party and throw on some gangsta crap for laughs but I don't think there's any reason to revisit it with Just Ice.
Name: mecbar (Posted: 11/2/2003 5:23:00 PM)
Comment: Whoa. Sounds like Just Ice back in the Latin Quarter in 1987. Good idea to strip is down to a drum beat and straight cut throat lyrics. Hip hop.
Name: DJ Madhandz (Posted: 10/29/2003 10:37:00 AM)
Summary: Whats With The Beat?
Comment: When you see Primo down as producing something your expecting his usual drum pattern and a dope sample thrown in for good measure. But what the hell is this. Just Ice is going all gangsta and shouting when that don't really fit the beat, sounds more like a filler beat on a DJ battle weapon, actually ain't it on Backsliding Turkey Kutz???? Either way I'm saying the beats wack. Sorry. I dont really rate Just Ice either.