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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: what what (Posted: 1/13/2012 1:25:00 AM; Partial IP: 254.172.61)
Location: waterloo ontario
Comment: ....but if you've never heard any other works by m-boogie you might be tempted to think this is one of the best beats ever made. which it is. simple and to the point but just perfect in every way. although if he really does use the same drums in every song I could see how it might get boring. still, this shit is the illest, realist, let it be known!
|Name: Paul (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: Geez, M-Boogie. Why can't you switch up your production a little? Every song I've heard from him has the same drum beat with a simple bassline and not much else. I mean, the production on "The Real (Remix)" isn't that bad, but if I play it back to back with some of his other work, I'd easily become bored after a while. And it doesn't help that Buckshot sounds pretty bad here. Most of his lines are tired and corny, and his whole "thug" shtick is becoming clichéd and uninteresting. If you enjoy DJ Premier-inspired beats and are a die-hard Buckshot fan, check this out. But if you're familiar with lots of M-Boogie's work, there is nothing really new or different here. All in all, I'd pass on this one.