Name: xxpsychomuffins420xx (Posted: 4/23/2006 5:02:00 PM)
Comment: This is shitty, this does not do it for me at all. I would rather bump the Infamous or Hell On Earth than this any day.
Name: yewtew (Posted: 7/29/2005 6:09:00 PM)
Comment: I like this song. I don't like the reviews from cats who don't know shit. Too bad this wasn't on an album.
Name: DJ RAW (Posted: 2/18/2005 4:34:00 PM)
Summary: Where Is The Alchemist?
Comment: Its aight. It could've been better. The hook is not what I expected. Fuck Rocawear.
Name: volcommerce (Posted: 1/22/2005 7:29:00 PM)
Summary: A Real Banger
Comment: This style of music is distinct and who better to bang out a gangster track than those dirty kids from Mobb Deep. Grimey beats plus grimey raps (what happened to this formula?), add up to some shit that'll get you and your grandma hype! That's how GANGSTAZ ROLL!
Name: murdah24 (Posted: 2/2/2004 1:56:00 PM)
Comment: I'm not even a Mobb Deep fan but I give credit where credit is due. Sounds like the old Prodigy lyrically, which is what they really needed.
Name: Exquisite7 (Posted: 1/20/2004 1:54:00 AM)
Comment: They definitely went back to the formula that made them what they are, hard beats, hard rhymes, some real gangsta sh*t! No duets with R&B singers!
Name: dublez (Posted: 1/16/2004 1:28:00 PM)
Summary: Not Bad
Comment: Yeah, the Mobb hasn't really swayed from the formula that has gotten them the notoriety they maintain today. In an error where so called "Real Hip Hop" is getting harder and harder to find, Mobb Deep continues to release that "hood life" aura that the streets love. Prodigy seems to be climbing back up from his brief diminishing of skill level. Keep it up "P".
Name: lank_link (Posted: 1/15/2004 2:37:00 PM)
Summary: Old Topic
Comment: Glad to see Havoc and P can still produce a good track, but the content, that's how gangstaz roll? Move on guys.
Name: micladd (Posted: 1/8/2004 11:38:00 AM)
Summary: Is This From 94 Or 95?
Comment: Just when I'm thinking they've completely fallen into Kwame territory, they pull out a thumper. One of the illest Havoc beats in a minute. Prodigy sounds a lil more awake lyrically than he has of late. I hope they can keep this up for a whole album.
Name: anameicallmyself (Posted: 1/6/2004 8:11:00 PM)
Summary: ...thats How Gangtaz Roll!!!
Comment: It seems like every year Mobb are there with new records and this one has P and Hav spitting their usual flows over hardcore jazz drums and a muddy bassline while sinister keyboards are blazing.
That's how gangtaz roll!
Name: Al Bundy (Posted: 1/5/2004 10:23:00 PM)
Summary: "just Add It All Up"
Comment: Listen to this song two or three times and I promise you'll keep it on replay. Dope sh*t, I love that baseline. Prodigy comes off..."you gonna need that bandana for your head". Can't wait for the new album.
|Name: Gene Yuss (Posted: 1/4/2004 12:03:00 PM)|
Comment: Longevity like that of Mobb Deep is a testament to consistency. While certain groups in the light at the moment want to show people how to "stunt" the cats that have been “stuntin" are just reminding everyone that it ain't nothin' new to them. Some kids need to be shown that being “Gangsta" isn't just a trend., it's a way of life. This track is hot, plain and simple, so exercise your dollars.
Name: mecbar (Posted: 12/29/2003 7:16:00 PM)
Summary: I Expect Better
Comment: I don't hate this but I expect better from the Mobb. "My shirt is Rocawear"...didn't P have beef with the Roc? They had me until I heard the chorus.