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|(3.6 Stars)||Total Comments: 11|
Name: MistaMilla (Posted: 10/21/2003 9:38:00 AM)
Summary: Liked It, Thats All
Comment: Decent, pretty good, above average...
Name: 007nore (Posted: 2/27/2003 8:23:00 AM)
Summary: Bcc Not At Their Best
Comment: Sean Price kicks off this tune, he did alright but was lacking Ruck to add that finishing touch. Buckshot was average and the beat was too flat for them.
Name: slangeditorial (Posted: 1/6/2003 4:24:00 AM)
Summary: Classic Boot Camp Sh*t
Comment: First off, this beat is fantastic! I thought Mr. Walt did it at first but Kurt still did his thing. Boot Camp's form-like-Voltron chemistry really shines on this track especially Buck's standout lines, ''He ain’t never had a plaque and sh*t he on that underground rap backpackin sh*t.'' And his bomb droppin in interviews and it was also twice as refreshing to hear Sean Price again. This joint definitely lets peeps know that Boot Camp is back and ain’t went nowhere. But I can't say the same for their album, but that's another long boring story.
Name: profadeq (Posted: 12/23/2002 5:41:00 AM)
Summary: There Slowly Building Themselves Back Up
Comment: Man I love BCC, and it hurt me to see them fall, but they’re on their way back. The lyrics are average, but the beat is gangsta. I'm just waiting to see if they'll bring it back to the ol’ Boot Camp ways.
Name: dj_diaboliks (Posted: 12/10/2002 10:35:00 PM)
Summary: How Many Mc's Must Get Dissed?
Comment: Man, I still got my BCC skully from when “Nocturnal” came out. Those days was beautiful. Once that BCC album came out is when the slide started. With the exception of the exquisite “War Zone” album, everything since has been marginal at best. The same can be said for this new album. Sh*t, I downloaded all the tracks off it, and ended up deleting all of them except this joint. And the beat is really the only thing that saved it from the recycle bin. And I beg to differ that a lack of Beatminierz beats has been a factor. Look at the weak-ass album they put out as an example that they too have fallen off. The BCC is like that wayward drunken uncle that you have fond memories of from some point in your life, but now when he comes around you wish he'd just stayed away because it makes you realize the disparity. Go listen to "Telemundo" instead, I'd almost listen to Fred Durst rhyme over that beat. Naaahhh...
Name: M A ZZ A (Posted: 11/26/2002 12:24:00 AM)
Summary: The Most Bangin
Comment: This is the best single they have released yet so keep up the good work. I love my World Wide Boot Camp Clik Till I DOA! Do we ever sleep? No way!
Name: phobikone503 (Posted: 11/23/2002 2:11:00 PM)
Comment: They still rockin’ the same ish from ‘97, and even further back, just not as hype. The beat is nice, a couple lines shine, but the song lacks the energy I used to love from this click.
Name: fatbwoy (Posted: 11/23/2002 1:58:00 PM)
Summary: Still W.w.b.c.c.
Comment: I'm feeling this compared to all of the songs pertaining to jewelry, cars, and hos. BCC is one of the only few that actually believe in skills and not all commercial. This may not be one of their best songs but they are still W.W.B.C.C. and not no bling rhyming slaves.
Name: yellow5 (Posted: 11/21/2002 2:39:00 PM)
Summary: Come On...
Comment: This is a good song- hard beat, real rhymes, and classic style. The album is actually very above average as Buck, Ruck, Smif n Wess, and Starang show they can really rhyme; the other two just fill up space, but even Top Dog has upped his spits.
|Name: Paul (Posted: 11/20/2002 10:18:00 PM)|
Comment: During the last couple of years, the quality of the Boot Camp Clik's material has gone downhill. Whether it be the lack of Da Beatminerz’s production, the poor performances from even the Clik's best MC's; the B.C.C., to many, have become a shadow of their former selves. "And So..." continues the downhill trend. The production by Curt Cazal isn't bad at all: a nice bassline, some gentle guitar plucking, and horn thumps. The lyrics, however, are cliché: guns, "thuggin'," etc. Nothing new, nothing too special. "And So..." isn't completely disposable. I can see it having some enjoyable spins, but whether it has staying power is the true question.
Name: Willimaze (Posted: 11/18/2002 1:54:00 AM)
Summary: I Don't Know
Comment: I don't know what to make of the fall of the Boot Camp dynasty but I crave for the days of “Enta da Stage” and “Da Shinin'.” This is a decent collaboration but nothin’ out of the ordinary. The Boot camp collective needs to bring themselves back to the light.