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|(2.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
Name: lank_link (Posted: 2/19/2003 7:31:00 PM)
Summary: 2nd Rate
Comment: This dude Rok sounds like he studied Evidence, Eminem and put together in his flow. I think he's weak with chants like "Put em Up, Put Em Up" or "rip thru you like barb wire." Come on, corny early 90's crap. The beat is average, pass on this one.
Name: DJ Alkemy (Posted: 1/8/2003 4:32:00 PM)
Summary: Hit And Miss
Comment: While I agree with Phayde about the punch lines, I gotta say I think the emcees on this track lack any real charizma and they’re flows are kind of bland. The beat is also a bit snooze inducing.
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 12/23/2002 2:28:00 PM)|
Comment: To sum it up, “The More The Merrier” is one of those tracks with punchlines so sick your reflexes will periodically make you shout things like, "Ohhhhh!" and "Dammn!" Case in point: "I'll make you feel worse than Damon Dash when Aaliyah's plane crashed." Coming through with the essence of a battle rap, “The More The Merrier” reminds listeners that sometimes you just have to forget over-analyzing lyrics in search of some sort of enlightenment, just kick back, and nod your head to hot music. DJs, pick up the 12" vinyl single at the online store.