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|(3.9 Stars)||Total Comments: 8|
Name: preston maddox III (Posted: 10/16/2003 7:39:00 PM)
Summary: He Cookin Up Some Marvelous Sh*t To Get Your Mouf Waterin
Comment: This track is quite nice, if I do say so myself. Yea, ok the lyrical content is the same, but it's 'Kwon, whatchu want? He's still reppin what he always did. Personally, I find it quite refreshing, given the garbage on the radio/t.v., for real. The production's on point too. Hopefully this is just a taste of things to come for The Chef's new album. We all know he needs to come with somethin hot after "Immobilarity". Definitely worth a listen.
Name: Marked Oddz (Posted: 9/17/2003 9:25:00 AM)
Comment: Only pure Wu devotees will be into this- try listening to some more ish and you'll realize how average this track really is.
Name: Antonio Diamondz (Posted: 8/5/2003 7:57:00 AM)
Comment: This track is a WINNER! This is DOPE! All the way, I'm bumpin' this!
Name: Leather neck (Posted: 7/13/2003 9:58:00 PM)
Summary: Great Track
Comment: F*ck off the hook, this sh*t's disconnected. The beat is fire, real hardcore, the bass line keeps the head nodding through the entire track. Although Rae's subject matter may be overdone, his delivery makes up for it completely. "I got the sh*t locked/ I'll battle you, you, you, and your whole gridlock." I LOVE THIS TRACK!
Name: Zartan Zanzabar (Posted: 7/12/2003 12:06:00 PM)
Summary: Bam! The Chef
Comment: Feeling the conducting on this train of thought, Rae's classic brand of breath breaks and no pronouns needed style make this have the classic Wu feel, but certain parts of the song become annoying with repetition. I've also, over time, expected Wu to elevate and this doesn't show their ability to. Sub-par.
|Name: The Difference (Posted: 6/29/2003 6:10:00 PM)|
Comment: New joint from ancient Wu-member entitled ‘‘Smith Bros.'' Now I like Raekwon as much as the next Wu die-hard, but this track is barely average when compared to past Wu-material. The production is somewhat bland and doesn't really add the needed fire for this track. And Raekwon's context isn't exactly the best either. To sum things up this joint is a straight yawner.
Name: Masada9 (Posted: 6/24/2003 9:27:00 PM)
Summary: Grimy Ass Beat!
Comment: Yo, the production on this track is real as f*ck. Raekwon brought it like only he can. This is "street stockbroker" music.
Name: nasty nick (Posted: 6/18/2003 1:47:00 PM)
Summary: Chef Back On Form
Comment: After a few wack tracks the Chef is back on "Cuban Linx" form dropping raebonics over a dark underground beat.