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|(4.3 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: Catharsis (Posted: 8/6/2004 6:02:00 PM)
Summary: Oh Yeah!
Comment: "Ferocious, the lyrical prognosis the dosage is leavin you mentally unfocused." There are so many quotable rhymes by Pharoahe here it's retarded. Mos comes correct to, the beat fits well with the wicked wordplay, and who can hate on Nate Dogg singing the hook.
Name: specialk (Posted: 4/20/2004 3:37:00 PM)
Comment: This is one of the best songs ever by Mos Def, plus it has a great verse by Pharoahe and most notably to chorus is by Nate Dogg. This is a favorite.
Name: Phrantic (Posted: 8/22/2003 9:32:00 PM)
Summary: Pharoahe Monch Shines On This
Comment: Everyone who has followed Pharoahe for over the past years knows he hasn't put any reason shit out since '97 compared to "Equinox". However "Oh No" gives you a correct glimpse at what Pharoahe is about. Tight verse, outshining Mos Def for sure. Production is nice, but poorly constructed. Oh, and Mos Def comes dope too, but his verse is too long (hence they cut it for the video version) but this is a mixture of raw styles and a commercial vibe. Nice for any listener.
|Name: Shay Boogs (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: This isn't the best song I've heard from Mos Def, but it's definitely not the worst either. The Brooklyn-ite enlists the help of fellow Rawkus lyricist Pharoahe Monch and surprisingly, former Death Row crooner, Nate Dogg. The beat is decent and grows on you the more you listen to it. It's very weird to hear Nate Dogg on this track and even he seems surprised as he states, "look who they let in the back door." He killed the hook, though, as only Nate Dogg can do (what other hip-hop vocalist can make dirty words sound so smooth?). Pharoahe delivers a very strong vocal performance as he and Nate Dogg outshine the host emcee.