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Lord Digga - 'All World' (Audio MP3 Stream)

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Producer:Celph Titled
Label:Bronx Science Recordings
Date added:3/5/2002
Song time:03:40
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3 Stars(3 Stars)
Total Comments: 3
Name: iNCiSiON (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)
Comment: With Celph Titled production these days, your track is basically guaranteed some attention and deservedly so. I was surprised to see Celph not spit a verse on this, although the self-proclaimed "clitoris wrangler" makes an appearance in the intro. The hard-hitting beat suits Lord Digga's grimey delivery, and despite some average lines at times, Lord Digga manages to pull it off.
4 Stars
Name: joe burn'em (Posted: 4/27/2002 9:53:00 PM)
Summary: I'm Feelin' Lord Digga
Comment: This cat brings it dead to your head on this one. Digga's whole appeal is his rough simple flow. His raspy lyrics are as tight as ever on this track. Celph assists with a 1-2 funk track that can stand up with the best of them. It's comforting to know that a cat like Digga exists. We all don't want our hip hop pretty... sometimes we want it dirty!
2 Stars
Name: 9pointedstar (Posted: 4/7/2002 3:33:00 AM)
Summary: Look At It This Way
Comment: It's refreshing to know that hip hop has elevated to a point where weak lyrics kill the joint. I mean think about it, Cool J and Dana Dane weren't always droppin' science, but we used to rock them gems regardless, right? In this day and age that "mutha effin biatch" ish just don't cut it, yo - now THAT'S peace.