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|Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 10/19/2005 11:49:00 AM)|
Comment: I'm sure at some point, someone tapped him on the shoulder and said, "Um, you know there's a guy already called Saafir the Saucee Nomad, right?" "I'm Da Nomad and he's the Saucee Nomad, it's totally not the same." I appreciate the idea of a song for the everyday man but lyrically I think the three emcees could have expanded on that much more. At the end of the song I didn't really feel like they reached out to the everyday man or that there was enough things that the everyday man would be able to identify with. Priest and Asheru have some decent flows but Kokayi just comes off as a poor man's Pharoahe Monch in the third verse. The beat does have a nice bounce to it but is a little too simple for my taste. By the time the R&B singer comes in on the outro, I'm sticking my finger down my throat and gagging.