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Vintage Imperial - 'C.P.R. Part 2' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Label:Vintage Imperial Music
Date added:2/6/2003
Song time:4:25
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4.3 Stars(4.3 Stars)
Total Comments: 4
5 Stars
Name: Trunugod (Posted: 4/10/2008 3:36:00 AM; Partial IP: .150.18.44)
Location: Newark
Comment: Atlanta took Hip Hop where it would have gone in New York if Biggie and the rest didn't introduce gangsta rap.
4 Stars
Name: specialk (Posted: 3/17/2004 6:47:00 PM)
Summary: Jazz
Comment: This is jazz mixed with rap. This is a underground rap group from Georgia.
Pretty tight.
4 Stars
Name: WizeOnez (Posted: 10/3/2003 12:42:00 PM)
Summary: Sick Ass Production!!!!
Comment: Beats are gorgeous, it gives me a feelin of that old "Reasonable Doubt" ish, vocals are decent, check it out though simply for the beat....Phat.
Name: Ash-en-wan (Posted: 2/9/2003 6:59:00 PM)
Comment: Another stunning cut from Vintage Imperial’s “Mic Club” 12” flip sees Southern dipped emcees, S.L.One and k.i.d. kaos, re-affirm themselves as Atlanta’s distinct seceded duo. Purposely moving away from the zany antics of the Goodie MOB and Outkast, CPR (Combining Perfect Rhymes) drops verses littered with disgust and doubt on the current state of southern hip-hip. An iniquitous piano sample will leave heads ringing, while the crew’s capable flows monopolize from beginning to end. A “banger” yo, in every sense of the word.