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|Name: high-c (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: From the Houston based crew who brought us the memorable cut ‘Questions,’ comes yet another complaint track. While on ‘Questions’ it was other MCs who were under fire, this time the crosshairs shift towards the consumer. Apparently, these fellas haven’t been getting enough love at the live venue, because this track serves up nothing but beef for the unenthusiastic show-goers. But who can blame them? From a DJ’s standpoint, there’s nothing worse than performing in front of a bunch of unresponsive zombies. And we are talking about the dirty south here. In Houston, you have to satisfy the demographic that came out to hear your DJ do a Cash Money set. When all you’re offering is quality rhymes and nice beats, what kind of reaction can you expect?