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|(3.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: mug pattern sporadic (Posted: 8/15/2005 10:21:00 AM)
Summary: One Of The Best Out Today
Comment: What slang said speaks volumes. Buy this shit and weed out Jay's dumbed down fans. Nas might actually take the prophet thing seriously. (I care more about my peoples future than the duckets).
Name: joeblk-luv (Posted: 7/23/2005 5:06:00 PM)
Summary: It Ain't Hard To Tell
Comment: The beat is cool, but what Nas speaks on is very real. Choose your role models carefully. Who's the prophet and who's out to profit.
Name: nez (Posted: 6/1/2005 5:05:00 PM)
Summary: Nas Has Changed To Much
Comment: This song is cool but I'm dissapointed in the lyrical direction Nas has taken in his career.
|Name: Slang (Posted: 3/15/2005 2:43:00 PM)|
Comment: "These Are Our Heroes" is the type of track that separates the Nas's from the Jay-Z's lyrically and topic-wise; unfortunately it also separates the Nas's and the Jay's as far as record sales go. The beat is nothing special, but it fits so well that I would not suggest anything else. Nas essentially rips the black role models of today's youth, and recollects the powerful black role models of his childhood. It's true folks, Nas is one of our last hopes in the major record label game; go out and support if you feel this music.