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|(3.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: c.goon (Posted: 5/20/2014 7:49:00 AM; Partial IP: .87.87.152)
Comment: Maybe if you wanna be critics stop analyzing everything, you might be able to enjoy a good song for what it is, and not what it could be, like you're his f*cking manager.
Name: SlangEditorial (Posted: 1/6/2003 3:24:00 AM)
Summary: Not His Best
Comment: This is probably the weakest I've ever heard Malay come off. Luckily Alchemist transforms this track into a banger with a simple yet dope beat. Sounds kinda Premoish if you ask me.
|Name: Ash-en-wan (Posted: 12/21/2002 12:04:00 AM)|
Comment: I’m pretty sure that for many of you, Illa-Philadelphia MC Maylay Sparks can do no wrong, and on this cut, Rahsheed…err I mean Sparks spits ill verbals with the experience of a true hip-hop vet. With obvious dexterity Maylay rocks thugged out gems over a killer Alchemist orchestral beat that whirrs and cracks at each and every turn. But the one problem I have with this 12” is - Why would an MC like Maylay need to feature someone like Ill Advised on a record that is crying out for a lone MC? Answers on a postcard to the usual address…