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|(3.8 Stars)||Total Comments: 7|
Name: seco (Posted: 6/7/2008 12:17:00 AM; Partial IP: .0.250.172)
Comment: dope enough said
Name: micladd (Posted: 1/8/2004 12:02:00 PM)
Summary: Vast Aire Is Phat As Hell
Comment: It took me a few spins to really comprehend how dope this ish is. I think Vast more than holds his own weight with one of the illest if not the illest producer in Hip-hop. It's good to see the Jukies outsourcing to cats like Madlib and 9th Wonder(Murs). And he's a Harlem cat who doesn't wear fiddy shades of pink.
Name: TheUndergroundWarlord (Posted: 1/7/2004 10:25:00 PM)
Summary: "He Puts His Lyrics To The Test With This Beat"
Comment: I think he turns the tables and slaps your ears with lyrics that explode on contact. Vast really flowed with the beat that I thought was cool but lacking something nothing. Good Over All!
|Name: 1985 Mindstate (Posted: 1/7/2004 5:59:00 PM)|
Comment: Vast has been all over the place since the Can Ox LP dropped a couple years back. This time around he teams up with one of the hottest producers in the game, Madlib. When I first heard this joint I thought, "dope beat, but it's not for a unique MC like Vast Aire." But, as I hear it more, it starts sounding doper and doper. I'd assume this track is going to appear on his upcoming LP, but the only way to get it now is in vinyl form with a hot b-side in “Why'sdaskyblue?" Check Vast out, you will not be disappointed.
Name: anameicallmyself (Posted: 1/6/2004 7:54:00 PM)
Comment: Come on! Madlib and Vast = a good combination. Vast is ill spitting over Madlib's fractured loops and dusty drums; this track is different from Madlib and that's good. Vast sounds comfortable and killed this beat despite what the haters think. This should have blown up more…shame.
Name: Prophets Stories (Posted: 1/4/2004 9:21:00 AM)
Summary: Say Whaaaaaaaaat
Comment: This isn't a beat that Vast would usually use, but it seemed to work well. Check it out for yourself.
Name: J6N (Posted: 1/1/2004 8:31:00 AM)
Summary: Beat Doesn't Suit Vasts Style.
Comment: This is alot different to "Whysdaskyblue?" as this beat is alot more...traditional. But traditional doesn't really suit Vast Aires unorthadox rhyming style, so I couldn't really say this is anything more than average.