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|(3.4 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: Tyler M (Posted: 1/11/2012 6:23:00 PM; Partial IP: 28.154.220)
Location: Riverside CA
Comment: i like this beat a little more than the original.
a good collection of rappers,
but Aes is just soooo dope.
spittin so gnar
Name: Ryan V (Posted: 4/13/2011 12:16:00 PM; Partial IP: .38.30.199)
Location: Grand Rapids MI
Comment: The first couple lines are stolen from Brother Ali's "Self Taught"..... That's terrible and shows that a rapper has little to no talent as a writer.
Name: _spooler2_ (Posted: 1/4/2004 10:37:00 AM)
Summary: A Listenable Song, Good!
Comment: A very good beat from the master himself RJD2. As usual with remixes the original was better, although Aesop Rock fairly drops it well I must add.
Name: epical (Posted: 7/1/2003 8:42:00 PM)
Summary: Original Was Better
Comment: This is alright, but the original version sounded much better. Blueprint's words in the hook sound stupid on this one, but sounded sick on the first song.
Name: DJ deconstruction (Posted: 4/18/2003 8:08:00 PM)
Comment: Usually I'm an RJD2 devotee, but this is comin’ a bit weak. The original is so dynamic, always jugglin beats, but this one is some tired gangsta sh*t.
Name: slickrickflores (Posted: 3/9/2003 3:40:00 AM)
Comment: RJD2 drops another dope beat on this remix. The guest appearances were on point to make this one of the dopest tracks to come out of the Def Jux camp in a while. Solid, a track that needs heavy rotation!!
Name: hiphoptime (Posted: 3/7/2003 1:06:00 AM)
Comment: I thought Vast Aire had the best verse. Aesop Rock really ripped it too. The production is hella nice as always with RJD2. He is one of the top producers in hip hop right now.
Name: dexterous (Posted: 3/5/2003 11:18:00 AM)
Comment: To get things started, RJD2 drops a real fresh beat. Blueprint comes okay, Vast comes not so good, Ace Rock rips it, and Murs was alright. Vast rambles a little too much for my taste and the same goes for Murs. Blueprint spits his verse pretty tight and Ace Rock comes with his best guest spot in a long time. Usually on guest spots he doesn't spit as crazy, but he dropped some real tight lines and his style was out of control.
|Name: Ash-en-wan (Posted: 3/4/2003 9:50:00 PM)|
Comment: With the Def Jux revolution ransacking record collections worldwide, RJD2’s remix of “Final Frontier” couldn’t come at a better time. More uplifting than the LP version, this 12” is armed with drum roll kicks, dusty hats, and unattended piano licks. Blueprint, Vast Aire, Aesop Rock and Murs all add their ten cents worth by dropping crazy rhyme flows in usual enigmatic fashion. Less experimental than previous Def Jux releases, but still with the heat you’d expect from the illest label in the underground right now.
Name: rluong (Posted: 3/1/2003 9:08:00 PM)
Summary: Not As Good As The Original...
Comment: RJD2 gives us a real nice beat as usual while Blueprint and Aesop Rock come decently.