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|(3.3 Stars)||Total Comments: 10|
Name: DJ Kase One (Posted: 3/10/2008 6:56:00 PM; Partial IP: 38.183.122)
Location: Saint Louis
Comment: Ill Beat, I love the piano sample ! J Rawls & Wordsworth = Ill beats and rhymes
Name: Shm (Posted: 1/5/2004 9:42:00 PM)
Summary: This Sh#t Is Hot, Fu** Who Ever Doesn't Feel The Same...
Comment: Words is one of the illest underground artists. Just like drownos said battle him....
Name: Lord Logic (Posted: 11/19/2003 5:43:00 PM)
Summary: Not What We Would Expect From Wordsworth
Comment: Although this joint isn't that bad of a song, I got mad higher expectations of Wordsworth.
Name: drownos MD (Posted: 9/25/2003 10:52:00 AM)
Summary: F*ck All Yall That Hate On Words...
Comment: This cat has been ill and will continue to stay that way/ this message is iller than anything i've ever thought could be done and he's showing appreciation for fans even like ur mediocre selves/ u hatin' on the message then make something better or straight battle him f*gg*ts.
Name: J6N (Posted: 8/23/2003 10:42:00 AM)
Summary: Distinctly Average.
Comment: The beat starts off good...but after not showing much sign of changing throughout it does begin to wear a little, and when it does finally change it sounds even worse. This coupled with average lyrics, just makes this a so-so effort from wordsworth.
Name: bringthenoyz (Posted: 8/14/2003 2:25:00 PM)
Summary: Good To Me
Comment: The track, I think, makes this song better than I first thought. I like at the end where J. Rawls flips the beat and sends it in another direction.
Name: keebler (Posted: 8/13/2003 1:28:00 PM)
Comment: J-Rawls comes correct with this beat straight from “Histories Greatest Battles, Campaigns, and Topics.” Unfortunately, Word disgraces the beat with a sub-par effort- which is unfortunate ‘cause Word can come much tighter. J should have kept this instrumental to himself. Peep it if you must.
Name: Sinosure (Posted: 8/12/2003 10:48:00 PM)
Comment: I'm like Lumber Black, "average" comes to mind when I first heard the track, but it's alright though. I really don't knock cats out there, unless your just totally wack as hell, ‘cause I like to make beats myself. You're always gonna have negative feedback, plus positive as well.
|Name: Decypher25 (Posted: 8/12/2003 5:08:00 PM)|
Comment: One half of the Lyricist Lounge duo Punchline & Wordsworth collaborates with the legendary Lone Catalysts producer J. Rawls for a jazzy track reminiscent of the early 90’s Tribe/De La era. Last heard on “On Your Feet” produced by D&D residents, The Beatminerz, Wordsworth gets down with his crafty wordplay and shows he can hold his own without his partner Punch. A lyricist as talented as Wordsworth could probably release more than just several 12-inches a year, but for now we just have to wait.
Name: Lumber Black (Posted: 8/7/2003 12:37:00 AM)
Comment: It's aight; that's the first thing that came to mind after hearing this. Wordsworth can be damn near disgusting with how he flips it, but this isn't one of those times. Peep if you want but you won't be missing anything if you don't.