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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: scientificz (Posted: 8/21/2005 9:05:00 AM)
Comment: The lyricists are bringing the heat like barbeque grills on the 4th of july. Real hip hop! Dangerous.
|Name: Kid Chaos (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:23:00 PM)|
Comment: With the list of emcees on this track as dope as it is, I think you know how I feel about this track. It includes some of the dopest lyricists in hip hop today, including Rah Digga, who with this track has taken the place of Bahamadia as my favorite female emcee. Mos Def comes off nice (as usual), as does Kweli. But the highlight of this track is Pharaoh Monch of O.K....who ....as he always does, drops an incredible verse that hip hop heads will remember for a long time. The beat....CRAZY NICE. Sounds like it was probably done by 88 Keys - although it has a DEFINITE primo feel to it. All in all, another Rawkus classic!!!