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|(4.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: jaz (Posted: 4/25/2008 12:59:00 PM; Partial IP: 79.193.218)
Location: new jersey
Comment: hot thats all I can say lol
Name: taz (Posted: 1/27/2008 5:33:00 AM; Partial IP: 151.224.29)
Comment: this song is the shit I wish my homies in iraq would understand the words so they can relate to this hip dalic song.
Name: mikey h (Posted: 10/26/2006 12:51:00 PM)
Summary: This One Has Soul
Comment: Never thought I'd see the day Lil' Wayne would make a song like this, hell I never thought I'd see the day Cash Money would have a song like this, but the slow soul and focused rappin by Weezy works surprisingly well. The song is a complete work, which you can't say about most rap songs these days.
|Name: The Boy Wonder (Posted: 10/16/2006 2:11:00 PM)|
Comment: This is a track that makes you say “Hmmm” at first. It flirts dangerously with the mixing of many genres--blues, reggae, and funk—causing a listener to wonder if the concept was clever or just a piece of crap. Somehow, it just works. Wayne’s focused flow and Robin Thicke’s acid trippy, “Fly Like An Eagle”-esque vocals (step your Steve Miller Band game up) join to juxtapose a very bad day at the bank with the difficulties of coming up as a Southerner in the rap game. Getting stuck up never sounded so good.
Name: Trees (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 10/5/2006 5:52:00 PM)
Location: Boston, MA, USA
Summary: Let The Haters Hate
Comment: Not only will UGHH.com catch flack for uploading a Lil' Wayne track to the new singles, I bet most people won't even check for this track. Personally, I think Lil' Wayne has been slept on since The Carter. This song perfectly showcases Lil' Wayne as an MC beyond the basic 'bling bling' style he is stereotyped as using. The song is a musical masterpiece, originally slated to be on Robin Thicke's solo LP, Wayne snatched it up for his new single. Weezy will be hated. Fo-Shame!