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|(3.4 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: msoc (Posted: 1/9/2012 3:06:00 AM; Partial IP: 177.91.137)
Location: houston, usa
Comment: resurrection by qTip..qTip was doing his thing back then. class of 94 brought madd production skills to the table and qTip played a big part of it. Craig Mack's flow to this beat was definitely a winner...lovedIt..
Name: long island (Posted: 6/25/2005 12:18:00 AM)
Comment: I gotta agree with Quest. Bad Boy has dropped the ball after the 90's ended. If they would stop trying to appeal to the dirty south crowd (which is all good) and get back into making real hip hop, Craig Mack might still be around. Too bad he's probably workin at UPS now.
Name: d danja (Posted: 3/28/2004 5:28:00 AM)
Summary: Q-tip Saved This Record!
Comment: Before this remix, "Get Down" was little more than a half ass follow up to the outrageous "Flava In Ya Ear". But Q-Tip, who was really on his track game back then, came and gave it some legs. Kept Mack's name out there for a lil' while longer, if not too much else.
Name: Quest (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 3/13/2004 1:02:00 PM)
Location: UGHH World HQ - Boston, MA
Summary: Go Ahead, Mack...
Comment: As "mecbar" already mentioned, Craig Mack was running things in 1994. His song "Flava In Ya Ear" was the summer anthem and this was the follow up 12" to that single. Not as good as "Flava In Ya Ear", but still very dope (it's kind of hard to top "Flava...").
Mack's flow over Q-Tip's production is very smooth and typical Craig Mack style. I wasn't really feeling Q-Tip's verse on this track (sounds like he wrote it in a few minutes), but I'll forgive him for lacing the dope production.
I wish Bad Boy would put out songs like this now of days...
Name: mecbar (Posted: 3/11/2004 11:07:00 AM)
Summary: Much Better Than The Original
Comment: Craig Mack was huge in '94, probably bigger than Biggie for a while. This remix should of done bigger things for him following Flavor in your ear. Anything Tribe laced back in those days was dope.