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|(4.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: Calico Jones (Posted: 1/8/2003 9:19:00 PM)
Summary: True Fire
Comment: Kardinal really shows his lyrical talent on this club banger-type track. Plus I'm feeling the old school flavor too!
Name: rjaymoose (Posted: 11/20/2002 4:11:00 AM)
Comment: Kardinal drops a fresh track here, using the Slick Rick lyrics with his own twist. Banga for sure!
|Name: Food Stamp (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 11/9/2002 12:08:00 AM)|
Location: Oregon, USA
Comment: Although the T-Dot's Kardinal Offishall has never really done anything to make me drop solid, he does get me flippin' with "Sick." The Teamsters Nottz combines dancehall with hippidy-hop for absolute sickness. Bounty Killer, a DJ who has a pure raw voice, moves this track with mad booty-shake potential. Oh, check the Doug E. Fresh copy in the opening cuz sh*t's the best verbal trace I've heard in a long time. Although I won't run out to get this you may.
Name: Xodus Ph.D (Posted: 11/7/2002 10:13:00 AM)
Summary: Straight Banga!!!! More Fire!
Comment: Damn, Kardi gets sicker every time I hear him and with Nottz producing- come on man! It's sick! Got this track on a mixtape couple of weeks ago and it wowed me then and again now.
Name: D.L.C. (Posted: 10/26/2002 10:24:00 PM)
Summary: Peeeoooppllllee Deaaadd!
Comment: Wow, simply wow! The pairing of the ultra-talented Kardinal Offishal and Rodney Price, AKA Big Bad Bounti Killa, is nearly unfair to any MC/Deejay (read: MC in dancehall terms) couplings in the future. Southern Virginia's Nottz of the Teamsters provide Mr. Kardi and Bounti with a violin-loop heavy head-banger that allows the island-inflections of Kardinal to glide easily. With Kardi doing a 21st century version of Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh's "La Di Da Di" in the opening verse, it's hip hop/dancehall nirvana. Bounti is blessed with the best deejay voice ever and helps Offishal out with the hook. This is a song that, if given a chance in the clubs, can be a huge hit. Big up all Seaview massive and Toronto crew.