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|(4.3 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: Invisable Jay (Posted: 5/7/2009 4:41:00 PM; Partial IP: .14.186.37)
Location: Detroit, MI USA
Comment: The people who posted before have no idea what they are talking about.
This track is the ILLEST of all tracks made in underground Hip-Hop. The lyrics AND the beat is fire.
These so called 'heads' have no Jazz background. The beat is supposed to be smooth! It's supposed to be laid back, not some corny party/club jam!
"The beat ain't much..." GTFO
"The rappers also lack personality..." GTFO. The rappers on this track do justice.
Slang needs to GTFO
This joint is fresh and one of the best MIC tracks ever.
|Name: Slang (Posted: 2/10/2004 9:50:00 AM)|
Comment: It boggles my mind to think that 4 producers worked on this track, and throughout the process not one of them stood up and said "this is complete bull sh*t." I have never heard of four guys working on a track together, and it apparently is not a winning combination. However, some of the lyricists on this track are pretty sick, and they certainly understand a certain concept called "flow" which some emcees (not mentioning any names) havenít really gotten a proper grasp of yet. The rappers also lack personality; I guess you could say it goes well with the beat. Overall, the lyricism makes this track worth a listen.
Name: TafKaM (Posted: 2/6/2004 5:30:00 PM)
Comment: This shit is fresh as hell, im feeling it. The beat ain't much but all the MC's compliment it just right.
Name: mecbar (Posted: 2/1/2004 10:17:00 AM)
Summary: Hip Hop In It's Purest Form
Comment: M.I.C.'s remember how creative you had to be in hip hop back in the day. Really seems like they keep up with that golden rule. Ill posse cut. Nice to see Doom & Grimm working together again.