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Natural Elements - 'Paper Chase' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Listens:2530
Producer:Charlemagne
Label:Dolo Records
Date added:1/18/2001
Song time:4:32
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4.7 Stars(4.7 Stars)
Total Comments: 3
5 Stars
Name: Intriguer (Posted: 5/2/2005 8:24:00 PM)
Summary: Incredible
Comment: Everytime I hear this track, I get chills! This track is ridiculous! Every hip hop head needs to have this track in their collection!
5 Stars
Name: artyfax (Posted: 2/11/2003 5:26:00 PM)
Summary: I Rather Die For A Cause Than To Die Just Because......
Comment: Underground, to me, is Elemental. L-Swift, Butta and Mr.Voodoo- classic- originated never duplicated is how this rap group stays on flight with me. Underground heads listen up: this “Paper Chase” is a realistic capitalistic view on how hip-hop demonstrates skill level X, for excellence.
4 Stars
Name: djroach (Posted: 1/13/2003 4:52:00 PM)
Summary: Can The Underground Rap About The "paper Chase"???
Comment: Why the uff not? It just takes one of underground hip-hop's premier groups to do it right. This is one of those quintessential late 90's NYC tracks that will easily remain one of my all time favorites. Charlemagne's beat is an electric, sweeping, bass-heavy, head nodder, and the hook fits just nicely, even though you've heard it in a million other more mainstream cuts. Although some of NE's other tracks contain better lyrical performances, L-Swift, A-Butta, and Mr. Voodoo spit crisp, enjoyable verses that will stick in your head. Just damn good hip-hop!