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|(4.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: kon-klusion (Posted: 1/1/2006 8:46:00 PM)
Summary: Chillaxin' Track
Comment: My Hometown heroes at their best. This is one of my favorite LB tracks. It's Perfect for so many occasions like relaxing, driving, working, those special moments with ya girl. The smooth beat is no less than what I would expect from 9th wonder, and Pooh and Phonte bring their lyrical genius as usual.
Name: SouNdTiFikally SouNd (Posted: 6/27/2004 9:11:00 AM)
Summary: Dis Trak Is Off Da Hook...
Comment: This is most definitely one of the best laidback tracks that are out there. Lil’ Brother keeps em bangin'. NO DOUBT!
Name: *harmoniac_musician* (Posted: 2/24/2004 12:43:00 PM)
Summary: Relax Yourself!
Comment: This song is really relaxing! This is one of those joints you can listen to when you need to calm down, or when you're studying and especially when your just driving around as the sun is setting! Little Brother, keep doin' that thang! I love y'all! You make Hip-hop worth listening to!
Name: North The Visionary (Posted: 2/9/2004 8:40:00 PM)
Summary: Little Brother Best New Group
Comment: Hands down Little Brother is the best new group out right now. This beat has that laidback cool out feel. The lyrics are above average, both MC's hold their own. "The Way You Do It" isn't my favorite track on "The Listening", but don't sleep on it. My advice cop their new LP right now!
|Name: Slang (Posted: 1/7/2004 9:57:00 AM)|
Comment: Hov isn’t just hyping up 9th Wonder to promote the “Black Album“: this kid is really one of the hottest producers out right now. His combination of soulful samples and pounding drums strikes again, and the soothing string/guitar beat gives the record a very calming vibe. Finally, the track ends with a 30 second instrumental gem, confirming its place in the "heavenly" category. Oh, yeah, and they rhyme on this too.