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|(4.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: Service CREW (Posted: 10/8/2005 12:11:00 PM)
Comment: Simplistic? Yes Dope? Yes... Nuff said.
Name: Unxpekted (Posted: 7/3/2005 7:28:00 PM)
Summary: Underground Veteran
Comment: My goodness, please believe me and cop this track. All I can say is it's one of my favorite tracks of all time. The production is very nice the hook is very much lava. Rakim would give 5 stars to this man for representing the underground fully here. Voice is unique and strong, he raps, "I start off as a prince and end up a dead king/ For your position I'd show you what some lead brings/ Bounce you up off the wall like a bed spring/ Bullets exit out ya scalp leave a red ring/ Howard Stern of this rap kick strictly facts" KS is more gangsta! Not recommended for soft listeners.
|Name: Josiah (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: The first time I listened to this track all that came to my mind was Jeru “You’re Playing Yourself.” After the second listen I realized my first impression was exactly correct. The beat was typical “I’m a hustler since birth/ if I ain’t rappin then I’m jackin bitches for they purse” type of flava. There was nothing special in the beat nor lyrics. The one thing that I did like about this song was the format, regardless of what I think of the beat or the lyrics the song was organized well. P.S. Where is Primo?