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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: nodoze123 (Posted: 10/24/2002 3:59:00 AM)
Comment: How the f*ck can you compare this with "T.R.O.Y"? It's a totally different concept! Pete rock’s joint was a profound statement on loss, "KIANA" is a statement on loving your child. Negro please! This song is dope and I love it. I know an opinion is like an asshole, but f*ck it, this song "KIANA" is dope man.
|Name: Enoch The Dreadnaught (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:25:00 PM)|
Comment: Simply put, I don't like this song. The unknown producer puts us all at peace with a soothing guitar loop while Wildchild raps about his daughter Kiana. It's quite touching, but unless the beat is insane, artists shouldn't be making tributes to their loved ones because as sad as it may be, most people don't care. In any case, no one will ever top T.R.O.Y. in this category and so using that as a measuring stick, I've decided that this is a bad song. If you want to hear a dope Wildchild song, go with “Knick Knack 2002.”