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|(4.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: _spooler2_ (Posted: 1/31/2004 7:47:00 AM)
Summary: Good Sh*t
Comment: First Oktober song I've heard and it is good sh*t. I'm liking the piano, has much more soul than the one from Copy's Bada Bing. Oktober drops his sh*t well too, coming with out with good lyrics, but I couldn't quote any on a first listen.
Name: magnetox18 (Posted: 6/25/2003 8:16:00 AM)
Summary: He Needs His Props....
Comment: Oktober is definitely one of the best emcees that has not gotten his props. His lyrics are tight especially on this track. If you like this you should check out his tracks on the Freshchest compilation album.
|Name: The Difference (Posted: 5/15/2003 1:35:00 AM)|
Comment: Ooooh, I'm definitely feeling the grimy-ass piano. It sets the mood for the track from the start, and all is left is for Oktober to rip the beat to shreds. And do trust, my man doesn't disappoint. However, the only drawback I have from this track is the length since it clocks in at only 2:57? It seems with an instrumental like that he could have built longer, but anyway it is still a fresh, new banger.
Name: totalreck6 (Posted: 5/13/2003 10:56:00 PM)
Summary: Hate The Month But The Lyrisist Is Great
Comment: If you listened already then you'll probably do what I did and pick it up!
Name: godfatherspliffzz (Posted: 5/12/2003 4:31:00 PM)
Summary: We Been Waitin Fo A Minute Ok!
Comment: It has been a while since Oktober's last solo release...what a refreshing comeback. I can tell it's only gettin better with this classic 12 inch. Oktober lays down the laws of life and the streets combining the two perfectly on "What You Got?" and then shows an evil, abducted side on the gritty "Cell Block." With both tracks produced by Spier1200, there is no going wrong. I'm starting to feel like Okt and Spier are an even more classic duo than Gang Starr! (no, for real!) cop that!!!