Name: DJ Azusa (Posted: 10/23/2013 12:07:00 AM; Partial IP: .1.165.221)
Comment: So good!!
Name: Juio Rodriguez (Posted: 5/29/2009 9:28:00 PM; Partial IP: .19.43.245)
Location: Bell Ca
Comment: i juss heard this song yesterday I havent stopped hearing today the whole day...I had gotten a lil bored from juss hearing eardrum and his other albums and then I found this song and wow I gotta say Fantastic!!
Name: infiltrator (Posted: 7/22/2008 2:26:00 PM; Partial IP: .115.46.54)
Comment: I've had the instrumental for a while and I love Talib but I don't like how they came together in this song. I think the track could be better. His first verse sounds like if someone took his lyrics from another track and played them over this one.
Name: Johnny (Posted: 4/2/2008 7:01:00 PM; Partial IP: 12.117.142)
Location: Alantic Ocean
Comment: THIS SONG IS SO AWESOME! I havent even listen to it yet! but tha instrumental is killa.
Name: dapoet (Posted: 7/25/2005 4:36:00 PM)
Summary: A Long Time
Comment: I had this instrumental for a long time and I was just relax listening to it. When I found out that Talib did this, I went crazy. The man is awesome.
Name: Trotsky (Posted: 7/10/2005 10:52:00 AM)
Summary: Natural Blessing
Comment: Talib kweli never ceases to amaze me. Insightful lyrics and a dope concept. The beat is soulful, what more can I say. Vintage sh*t.
Name: purehiphop (Posted: 3/9/2005 9:28:00 PM)
Summary: Disregard My First
Comment: Over the past 30 minutes I have listened to this song about 10 times. I can't get enough. Find a flaw on this track. I challenge anyone to. This track is so nice, I had to rate it twice. This is one of the best songs I ever heard by Talib. I said that I almost gave up on Talib, but one song changed everything. This track is almost as good as having sex.
Name: Kondor03 (Posted: 11/30/2004 11:20:00 AM)
Summary: A Return To Form For Talib Kweli
Comment: Just when I think Talib Kweli has totally fallen off/lost direction/sold out, he hits us over the head with a track like this. Classic Kweli here. Sounds like something that he would have put out in '98. Why was this not on his new album? I didn't think he was still capable of putting out material like this. He needs to get back with Hi-Tek and continue where he left off with putting out pure, unadulterated, hip-hop. Before the commercial life chews him up and spits him out.
Name: *harmoniac_musician* (Posted: 10/26/2004 1:20:00 PM)
Summary: This Track Is Essential!
Comment: I think this track should have been on the new album, but in any event, this is yet another illustration of how dope Kweli is. Needless to say, I love his music and the production is awesome, it's a fusion of a laid back head banger and a reworked soulful joint.
Name: emjay (Posted: 10/23/2004 1:18:00 PM)
Summary: Shoulda' Been On The Album
Comment: This joint is hot. I would've bought "The Beautiful Struggle" if this song was included.
Name: bearskillz (Posted: 8/13/2004 7:28:00 AM)
Comment: Kweli comes back hard but positive: "Count ya blessings, not ya problems and stay focused man..." The beat out-Kanye's Kanye and you can hear the soul dripping out of it. One of the best tracks of the year.
|Name: Gene Yuss (Posted: 8/11/2004 8:56:00 PM)|
Comment: If this track never reaches the mainstream it will be a true shame. Any A&R that doubts the potential of this track should lose their job. Hi-rise has a jewel in their hands here and will be featuring it on their Building Vol. 1 compilation coming later this year. DJ Madsol-Desar and Talib are the definition of a match. It's rare that a combo who hasn't been together for years creates a track that meshes as well as this. If these two have more of this in their tank I'd watch out. This is pure soul right here and it's worth a lot more than you're gonna pay for the vinyl.
Name: Abstrakt13 (Posted: 8/5/2004 12:45:00 AM)
Summary: Nice Vibe
Comment: I always loved Kweli, I bought the Reflection Eternal CD 3 times..(it got broke once and stolen the 2nd time). Talib is coming back strong and still staying positive, nice work.