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|(2.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: Service CREW (Posted: 10/8/2005 12:10:00 PM)
Summary: Krumb Is Still Dope
Comment: Ok, so it's not brilliant, but it's still a good song. The reviewer certainly is trippin'. I love the Hi-Tek esque drums from Nottz, who is one of my favorite producers. And even if your not feeling this cut at all, don't be put of by it. Just check out "Classics" from Krumb Snatcha from the UGHH.com store.
Name: miccheckonetwo (Posted: 7/21/2005 2:18:00 PM)
Summary: Straight Up Garbage
Comment: God this song sucks! I actually thought the staff was being way too nice on this guy. The two user reviews below need to pull their proverbial heads out of their asses. If this is a site for underground hip-hop, then why is crap like Krumb Snatcha even being reviewed here? If you're a true head, don't waste your time.
Name: Unxpekted (Posted: 7/3/2005 7:11:00 PM)
Summary: No Gem, Still Shines
Comment: Just to let you know the reviewer here is also a reviewer for www.commercialpop.com. Is he out his mind? Krumb Snatcha has too many credits. Straight from the streets of Boston with some gangsta/philosphical lyrics. As an MC myself I must say his rhyme scheme pattern is very balanced and extremely strong disregard what you have heard. KS is a force not to f-with. Get the track!
Name: uber-pimp (Posted: 11/14/2004 11:47:00 AM)
Summary: Misstep, But Krumb's Still Dope
Comment: The reviewer here is trippin’. Don't act like Krumb's wack or something. Krumb's catalog is tight and he's made tons of quality tracks. This song is OK, but the chorus is weak, I can't front. Everything else is decent. Anyways, Krumb is a quality example of how thug-type rap should be done.
|Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 9/20/2004 9:51:00 PM)|
Comment: I went on Krumb Snatcha's website to look up some stuff but didn't get any further than the main page with that god awful picture of him with his shirt off, bling out and tattoos everywhere. Oh brother. The first time I heard Krumb was on the Gang Starr track "Make 'Em Pay" from the Moment of Truth album and he didn't really do it for me then. Unfortunately without Premo behind him this beat is like being forced to eat cold Brussels sprouts that have been sitting on your plate for three hours. If you've ever heard "Mr. Tough Guy" by Ugly Duckling, this is exactly what they're talking about. As for the chorus, "Boston to Virginia, Nigga." Really creative.