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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 6|
Name: GADSZO (Posted: 2/16/2004 2:35:00 PM)
Comment: The song is hot, the lyrics and the track are tight. Ain't gonna be no response from Em. I have yet to hear him battle any MC with skills. Pace smashed him.
Name: Kazimierz (Posted: 10/8/2003 3:22:00 PM)
Comment: Haven't heard much from Pacewon in a while but this track is impressive. Few have tried to attack Eminem on record to great effect, but this may be different. Great direct lyrics over the classic Mobb Deep beat. Definitely thumbs up for this.
Name: rebelrevolution (Posted: 10/5/2003 3:44:00 PM)
Summary: Pace V.s. Em?
Comment: I'm not sure about anyone else, but any diss song thrown at Em interests me. That cat has lost all respect for the culture that Pacewon so well describes in "rap music." Commercialism is a plague that is out to disease the very roots of hip hop. Eminem is just another Vanilla Ice ruining the rep for all white emcees out there. You wont see him battling the dope white emcees or any emcee out there anymore. I would love to see him try to bring it to Ill Bill, Vinnie Paz, Necro, Copywrite, or Esoteric, but we all know that he's smart enough not to because hes lost all street credibility. Mad props to Pacewon on this joint, With cats like him still holding the torch the underground will stay lit. And having cuts of em saying "Pacewon!" on this joint was an ill idea! Hope to hear more from Jenz Cypher in the near future. This ones a banger!
Name: J6N (Posted: 10/3/2003 1:33:00 PM)
Summary: Love The Beat And Pace Comes Correct.
Comment: I love that grimy beat (although I'm sure I've heard it somewhere before) it's so catchy and also quite dark and sinister. Pace drops alot of good verses (against Eminem) so the overall vibe is good!
|Name: Shade (Posted: 9/28/2003 9:32:00 PM)|
Comment: For all the grimy, crimey, dirt doin’ Jersey-ites and beyond, we have “Rap Music.” Well, this is actually for everyone except a certain Detroit-bred mic-fiend (listen to the dj’s cuts here). This a no-nonsense joint offered up by Jenz Cypher, whom I have to admit I’m not all that familiar with. A good effort and worth last Friday’s milk money. Class is in session and Pacewon is teaching lessons.
Name: Scrip (Posted: 9/25/2003 8:41:00 AM)
Summary: Why Didn't This Track Come Out Three Years Ago?
Comment: Gotta give Pace credit! Respect the man for saying something positive about what underground is about. "This is organized, it has structure" Exactly what seperate from the commercial excrement! Production is tight, no sh*t! Who's his brother? Thanks Pacewon for a burner!