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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
|Name: DJ Dymon (Posted: 5/17/2004 6:59:00 PM)|
Comment: A good joint, not really exciting but an enjoyable single with a catchy beat with a good dose of Wu-lyrics. Killah Priest strikes back with the same old grimy and gritty rhymes while Kurupt unusually sounds weak, especially on the chorus. There is no originality, no strength and no flow in his verses. It's a pity that Kurupt disappoints because the production is really tight, using that sort of oriental voice sample with the charming down-tempo bassline. As a matter of fact, if it wasn't for a boring hook, I would really recommend this 12“. Anyway, hey, we're talking 'bout an underground Wu-Tang affiliate like Killah Priest so take a listening- you ain't gonna waste your time.
Name: Docta Dosa (Posted: 5/16/2004 10:08:00 AM)
Comment: And he does it again, Killah Priest has always been one step ahead of the game, providing excellent lyrics and an Egyptian-style beat that gets noticed.
Name: SHikai3 (Posted: 5/14/2004 1:47:00 PM)
Comment: Now this is the heat, this is what I want to be bumpin', what album is these songs coming out on, Kurupts verse is f*ckin sick, Killah Priest comes with the supreme cerebral as usual. And the beat works brilliantly, well-produced.