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|(4.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: Chris McCaffrey (Posted: 7/18/2005 9:41:00 PM)
Summary: Do That There, Lyrics Born!
Comment: Lyrics Born raps Really fast, and I like it. It just bugs me that I can't understand him on this one, and I can't find lyrics anywhere. And I really want to know what he's saying because it seems like he's trying to tell a story. Oh well, this track is hot anyway.
Name: code8 (Posted: 10/23/2004 3:18:00 AM)
Summary: Lyrics Don't Let The Beat Breathe
Comment: I might like the beat better with a more varied rhyme structure. Lyrics Born doesn't seem to switch it up or break it down enough for me, so inspite of the impressive speedy and punctual vocal acrobatics, the structure of it gets boring & predictable too quickly. The beat gets smothered.
Name: seize_one (Posted: 10/3/2004 1:59:00 PM)
Comment: Lyrics Born has the most insane breath control, churning out eloquent rhymes flawlessly. The beat is signature Einstein quality, with some funky samples. This song will make you hit rewind several times.
|Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 9/20/2004 9:51:00 PM)|
Comment: Ugly Duckling is my favorite hip-hop group by far so it's safe to say that Young Einstein is one of my favorite producers. It's getting to the point now where I can spot an Einstein beat from miles away and I'm glad that he's getting out there and getting recognized for what a talent he is. In saying all that, Lyrics Born from Quannum is no slouch either. He throws some new lyrics out on this version with his "going on a tangent" style that only Lyrics Born can do. The original "Do That There" from the album Later That Day had Cut Chemist on it, which was cool, but the beat was pretty simple, so it's nice to hear the funky baseline and breakdowns after the chorus. I'm not sure what a Hoo-Hoo is but I want it on my next song. Word.
Name: lank_link (Posted: 9/14/2004 5:33:00 PM)
Summary: Mastered The Art Of Mc'in
Comment: Coming off one of the best albums of the year, Lyrics Born the master of manipulating the English language, comes with this sick remix. Not just a new beat, but unreal lyrics. He's light years ahead of every MC today and yesterday. It's jaw dropping...click and prepare for ridiculous lyrics.