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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: Alkolitro (Posted: 9/9/2005 12:49:00 PM)
Summary: Good Adaptation
Comment: Only the good rappers can do an adaptation like this one. Gotta hear it!
Name: Gene Yuss (Posted: 4/15/2005 1:29:00 PM)
Summary: This Is Street Music..
Comment: Some may see this track as an adaptation of a classic. I on the other hand see this as a classic adaptation. This really can't fall into the "cover" category, because the themes are completely different. Using another artist's work, and doing it well is one of the ultimate compliments anyone in this industry can ever give. I guess some just lack the ability to feel it.
|Name: Paul (Posted: 8/31/2004 1:55:00 PM)|
Comment: Hip-hop covers have always been a bad idea. A few have added something new to the original, including Mos Def's cover of Slick Rick's "Children’s Story." But remember the In The Beginning There Was Rap compilation? Hey, M.O.P....errr...The Marxmen, if I wanted to hear The Geto Boys's "Mind Playing Tricks On Me," I'd listen to their version. This is pointless. But wait, you changed "my mind's playing tricks on me" to "i've got my nine and two clips" on me. Oh, how clever. Don't even bother with this.