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|(3 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: jed (Posted: 1/16/2009 10:32:00 PM; Partial IP: 230.111.43)
Comment: i like this song.
Name: wilson fidk (Posted: 1/7/2009 12:51:00 AM; Partial IP: .166.25.59)
Location: Atlanta, georgia
Comment: I really like the Sample and the lyrics are pretty good too but don't really know why he went after Masta Ace except for trying to get some notoriety. The sample is hot and the drums on this joint is hot too. I also like how the Sample was filtered and he just let the horns go.....Great job. I loved spinning this song whenever I could when I was at the college Radio stations. Just you wait Henry Higgins just you wait!
Name: Ian (Posted: 7/12/2008 2:27:00 AM; Partial IP: 101.32.218)
Comment: Nice production by Nottz, however as for actual content Boogieman is rather lacking, providing rather simplistic shots at Masta Ace over the feud resulting from Ghetto Like, somewhere retracting from the attractiveness of Nottz sampling. Given the far superior response by Masta Ace (See:'Acknowledge' on Disposable Arts), this track is worth a listen to if you are interested in the feud or Nottz production.
|Name: mARTin (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: The Boogieman is back with a new single after the "Ghetto Love/Live" 12". His full-length Temptation can't be too far away now. Once again we see Boogieman's labelmate Nottz, whom we know from various Busta Rhymes/Flipmode Squad/Rah Digga singles, in the producer's chair. This is the same Nottz who some people claim is the man that resurrected the lost art of sampling back into hip-hop, a statement that he lives up to here. When it comes to Mr Boogie I like his relaxed flow; his voice reminds me a little of Eminem's but his lyrics are of course less controversial.