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|(3.8 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: Jukums (Posted: 4/30/2004 3:02:00 PM)
Summary: Pure Banger
Comment: Whoooa. A hot pure banger from O.C. He's commin' pretty strong with this one considering his last. This track has an old school hard knock beat w/ some hard lyrics. Feelin' it!
|Name: Paul (Posted: 3/6/2004 6:03:00 PM)|
Comment: The D.I.T.C. crew had one of the most rapid artistic declines in recent memory. After releasing a slew of solid 12"'s such as "Day One" and "Dignified Soldiers," the thrown-together D.I.T.C. record came out, and the crew either disappeared or released terribly uninspired material that pandered to commercial tastes. O.C.'s “Bon Appetit” LP was one such record, and it's forgettable for good reason. "The Professional" is a semi-return to form. The "jiggy" production is gone, and we instead have a beat from Vanguard that resembles sort-of a typical M.O.P. beat. It's nothing on par with “Word...Life” or even “Jewelz,” but it's really nice to see O.C. abandoning the forced, half-assed sound of his last record. O.C. is hopefully working his way back to the top.
Name: emjay (Posted: 3/3/2004 12:49:00 PM)
Summary: Oc Is Back!!!
Comment: This joint is a banger. Raw lyrics over a rugged track. Just add some cuts by DJ Revoulution and what more could you ask for? It's good to see "O" returning to his roots. I'm anxious to see what the rest of the new album has to offer.
Name: D.L.C. (Posted: 2/29/2004 2:06:00 AM)
Summary: Quite A Surprise From O.C.
Comment: In an attempt to make that "hot" record, O.C. has failed miserably in past (most notably on the 2nd LP, Jewels). However, this track, featuring production from newcomer Vanguard, could find its way in many a DJ's set. Solid if unremarkable rhymes from Omar Credle work for the most part. The track has a very 70's-like soul vibe that will attract the ear instantly. Not a bad effort at all.
Name: retired monkey (Posted: 2/27/2004 6:03:00 AM)
Summary: What Happened O.c.
Comment: His last album was sh*t. Now, it looks like this one is going to be sh*t. Thanks for nothin' n*gga.