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|(3.2 Stars)||Total Comments: 6|
Name: yewtew (Posted: 3/23/2005 6:55:00 PM)
Comment: This song may disappoint the skeptic and/ or the new jack hip hop head. Businesspersons, adults, males, nobles, disc jockeys, producers, and loyalists are likely to judge. Others are likely to prejudge. If you want to prejudge- then go be a lawyer, rookie. This song lacks bullshit, fake shit, wack shit, chick shit, radio shit, queer shit, and over-hyped shit. Realize, Parrish Makes Dollars, still.
Name: linkrimes (Posted: 8/11/2003 12:07:00 AM)
Summary: "it's Aiight"
Comment: I've always been a fan of P, but what he needs to do is let E, Premo and myself produce his next album.
Name: danitekrawla (Posted: 8/4/2003 9:38:00 PM)
Comment: Nothing new, it sounds like both of them were holding back. And PMD's verses are too short and it has been that way for a while. I think all them years of sharing airtime with Eric Sermon is to blame.
Name: mecbar (Posted: 6/29/2003 11:56:00 AM)
Summary: Don't Know What To Think
Comment: PMD is a legend. Listen to old EPMD albums and tell me he wasn't one of the fiercest MC's of the golden era (see: "Rampage") but for some time now his flow switched up a bit and sounds a bit too off beat. Pete Rock's beat is very lackluster. I love Pete but I wonder why he doesn't put his soul into his beats anymore? I would recommend this for the simple fact it is a Pete and Parrish collaboration.
|Name: Food Stamp (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 6/26/2003 7:50:00 PM)|
Location: Oregon, USA
Comment: Aight, I've listened to PMD's new joint "The Awakening" and I'm loving the album, but this is by no means the most single-worthy joint on it. You'd think that with Pete Rock on the boards and PMD on the mic it'd be instant satisfaction, but it's not (it is more like listen four times type satisfaction). Granted it's no Soul Brother beat it is clearly the dopeness that is Parrish Smith. Not to say that this joint is weak- it is phat- but it may not be what you expect. Pete has changed but only with the times so deal. Yo, surely this is worth the $6.50 and on the b-side you get a collab with a revived Fat Joe and Hit Squad member K-Solo. Don't believe me? Press “listen" and then smack yourself for doubting.
Name: msays (Posted: 6/21/2003 2:36:00 PM)
Summary: Not Too Good
Comment: This song is okay, but I have heard WAY better beats from the #1 Soul Brother. PMD's flow and lyrics are just average, all around disappointing.