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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
|Name: iNCiSiON (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Comment: Wow, this is a really smooth track similar to the sounds of acts such as Slum Village, whom she has actually toured with on the Family Tree Tour. After some weak recent collaborations, Kweli has found a good song to showcase his considerable skills with Kam impressing as well. If you like the sounds of Reflection Eternal, Black Star, Slum Village, and other such artists, this will definitely appeal to you. Check out the singer/MC Mystic's full-length Cuts for Luck, Scars for Freedom featuring production by 427, Chops, and A-Plus among others for more silky sounds.
Name: underground4life (Posted: 3/19/2002 9:16:00 PM)
Comment: This is one of the best tracks I have heard this year. It's refreshing to hear emcees talk of hope despite struggle and hard times in an honest manner that isn't a cliché like many fake "rappers". In today's world of "hip pop" and commercial music where promise and optimism are taboo, tracks like these show the true essence of hip hop. Many hate on female emcees, but Mystic is as dope as an emcee you will find. This combined with Kam and Talib provide a perfect blend of emceeing. The jazzy production is perfect for this cut, and is a guaranteed head-nodder. All in all, there's too much to say about this track, peep it yourself and take what you can from it.
Name: mercurywaters (Posted: 3/15/2002 5:00:00 PM)
Summary: Pain And Glory
Comment: Mystic brings glory from her pain in every verse she speaks. The strength in hip hop are the artists who are their image. You feel their soul through every note, and it makes you alive. All in all I like the dream team combo of emcees.