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|(4.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: el diablo blanco (Posted: 4/3/2008 10:04:00 AM; Partial IP: 188.8.131.52)
Location: lavergne tennessee
Comment: its been a while since ive heard nebody this real. they dont rap about the same bs everybody else does. its nice to have sumone who talks about the harworking bluecollar class. its easy to relate to. keep doin ya thang
Name: only white Jackson (Posted: 2/21/2008 10:48:00 AM; Partial IP: .67.117.50)
Comment: yeah, I'm with ya gorilla except I dont think that 9th is overrated but its all good. little brother gets played every damn day on my zune
Name: JIHAD7234 (Posted: 7/3/2007 7:09:00 PM)
Comment: I'm not even missin 9th. Nottz is a beast. This is a nice mid grown joint. Big Up
|Name: Ice Gorilla (Posted: 3/22/2007 11:16:00 AM)|
Comment: I donít believe thereís a group in hip-hop having more fun right now then Little Brother. Every beat dropped, every rhyme rapped seems infused with this smile-on-your-face, party-starting vibe that makes me want to clap my hands and shake my white ass. "Life of the Party" is no exception as Big Pooh and Phonte recollect upon trying to be the sh*t on a budget of lint and nickels. The humorous subject matter allows the two emcees to be their most self-deprecating and thatís just how I like my Little Brother to sound. Itís always nice to see the group step away from 9th Wonderís overrated beats, and famed producer Nottz picks up the reins ably. Mixing a very 9th sounding soul-sample with Carlitta Durandís beautiful vocals and an almost electric sounding bass loop to great effect. If youíre amongst the ranks of the new Little Brother hater brothers, you need not apply, as "Life of the Party" continues along the well-worn but always enjoyable track the group seems to run on.