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Name: sam loomis (Posted: 11/7/2006 2:13:00 PM) Summary: I Felt Method Man Was Real Dope Comment: Didn't think the beat was impressive but the song is cool because Method Man comes through for this track.
Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 9/19/2006 2:30:00 PM) Comment: Method Man, Lauryn Hill and Erick SermonÖhmm okay. Let me first say I love all these guys in their own different ways. Lyrically, this could be some of the most interesting stuff Method Manís written in a long time. I love it when an artist just puts it all out on the line, tries not to make themselves look good and is just honest. Well thatís exactly what heís doing here and it works. I wanna hear more of that. Production wise, this is great too. The Green Eyed Bandit certainly comes through with a well produced, laid back track which shows a lot of talent on his part. But, just because Method is talking about critics and how they might call his style Hollywood, doesnít mean Iím not gonna say anything negative. I think this song would be a 10 if you took Lauryn Hill off the track. Sheís got a great voice but it doesnít need to be there. Whatís wrong with some honest rhymes and a mellow beat? Iím not classifying anything as ghetto or Hollywood, I loved Tical and I love this beat, and singing in chorus just takes me out of the song and doesnít work for me.
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