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|(3.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: Juse Hed (Posted: 11/17/2002 12:37:00 PM)
Summary: "rock On"
Comment: True the track does deliver an addictive beat that is bound to rock heads, but Royce rides the “Nickle Nine” beat real well with the simple yet catchy rhymes. Regardless of the so-so nursery rhymes the track is great. Em, the beat is sick!
|Name: iNCiSiON (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Comment: As the title suggests, this is an ode to Royce's native Detroit. Dr Dre (or his 'ghost-producer(s)') influence in Eminem's production for this track is pretty evident right from the beginning. Eminem leaves the raps to Royce, but uses vocal samples of himself in the hook, which incidently is not one of the better choruses I've heard lately. I haven't heard the original version of this, but this track may be worth a purchase for some of you. Anyway, if you dont like the song, there will always be a sexy Game Girl on the cover for your perving pleasure. Respect to those marketing geniuses over at Game Recordings.
Name: Quantumphy (Posted: 8/13/2002 4:16:00 PM)
Summary: Solid Track
Comment: The guitar loop is the GEM on this track. The instrumental is good to keep in the rotation for mixing. The lyrics are o.k., I've heard better from Royce and I wished that Em would have laid some lyrics on this track, instead of just doing the hook.
Name: Peachez (Posted: 3/25/2002 9:49:00 AM)
Summary: The Beat Keeps You Bouncing Ya Head.
Comment: The only reason why I keep listening to this song ova n ova is mainly because of the beat. True, it ain't the best thing in the world. But it's worth listening to.