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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: FeXXX $$$ (Posted: 8/2/2014 3:32:00 PM; Partial IP: 184.108.40.206)
Location: Newark, USA
Comment: I love G Rap's flow. He's one of the best to ever do it. The song is awesome from A-Z. The producer and lyricists came together that day and created a piece of master classic in my opinion. It's a moist and soothing composition. I love it because there isn't any part of it I don't like. The Nottz remix is the uncontested best version of the song. Also, the song could not be as great as it is if G Rap & M.O.P did not collaborate; it couldn't have been a solo project by either half; it's my melody. This remix gives off a much more intense vibe than any other version. In conclusion, it's a rough yet smooth hip hop classic performed by one of "the GREAT'S"
Name: ben (Posted: 4/8/2008 9:08:00 AM; Partial IP: 220.127.116.11)
Comment: real hip hop nuff said
Name: J6N (Posted: 1/11/2004 10:12:00 AM)
Summary: On Fire!!!
Comment: Man Kool G and M.O.P is one of the best MC combinations you can get! Each MC spits fire here, and that beat is f*ckin dope (although maybe not quite as good as the origanal "Legendary Street Team")! This is off the Lyricist Lounge vol 2, so I recommend getting it, as this single would be hard to find.
|Name: Shay Boogs (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: Kool G Rap, Billy Danze, and Lil' Fame... a truly deadly combination. All three rhyme vets spit pure butane complete with enough threats, gunshots, and Brownsville references to appease any M.O.P. or G. Rap fan. Each emcee speaks the real over a carnival-type beat with some dope horns. Nothing too complex here, as this legendary street team tears it up Brooklyn-Queens style.