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|(4.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: dirtyrottenscoundral (Posted: 3/18/2004 5:31:00 PM)
Summary: Good Mourning
Comment: This track is one of Kweli's best (that's right I said it). With lyrics deep like the ocean and a beat smooth as butter, this cut represents Hip-hop to the fullest.
Name: lil self (Posted: 12/1/2003 1:05:00 PM)
Summary: Deadly Combo
Comment: My mans Tek and Kweli are always comin' hard but damn, Kweli rips it on some real hip-hop s#*t "just cause can't nobody understand how you speak dont necessarily mean what you saying is deep" this is one of Kweli works of art. I don't have anything to say about Tek, but his beats are always on point.
Name: Selixir (Posted: 10/24/2002 3:59:00 PM)
Summary: The Epitome Of Reflection Eternal
Comment: This is what it's all about- introspective lyrics from Kweli accompanied by a slow head-nodder from Hi-Tek. This is Reflection Eternal at its finest.
|Name: iNCiSiON (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: Ahhh... Hi-Tek has blessed us with yet another laid-back track, in the mold of his efforts on Black Star's LP. This is a nice song to chill to and Talib Kweli gets me thinking throughout the whole thing. Another aspect of this song that scores big with me is the shouts to influential artists that are now deceased: Big L, Curtis Mayfield and Grover Washington to name a few. Definitely check this track out.