Name: Solar Baby (Posted: 4/7/2011 4:21:00 PM; Partial IP: 188.8.131.52)
Location: Mother Earth
Comment: J.Dilla and De La! Rock,Rock,on. R.I.P. Dilla.
Name: Big Ken (Posted: 4/29/2008 7:29:00 AM; Partial IP: .145.88.45)
Location: Chi Town Bitch
Comment: Dope as Hip Hop....You youngsters need to recognize. DOPE BEAT w/ Cold as lyrics!
Name: Quantumphy (Posted: 7/8/2005 5:17:00 PM)
Summary: Offical Head Banger
Comment: Yo on the real, the first time I heard it I pulled a muscle in my neck. I'm really feelin' this joint. For all DJs, if you don't have this in your rotation: YOU SUCK!!
Name: DJ Alkemy (Posted: 7/1/2005 5:26:00 PM)
Summary: Oh So Beautiful!!
Comment: Ohhhh Yes, this is a beautiful track. De La Soul showing that you dont have to sell out to make a commercially viable track. The hook could have been better but thats just me nit-picking on a great produced piece of Hip-Hop Soul. How it should be done. De La needs to stay with us for another long haul.
Name: cold_fusion (Posted: 6/7/2005 1:31:00 PM)
Summary: Perfect Track.
Comment: Dope beat, dope flows, dope sample, flawless.
Name: round_deh_way_girl (Posted: 4/9/2005 6:39:00 AM)
Summary: When You Rock It's Just Impersonations Of Me
Comment: I was geeked when I first heard dis piece. Jay Dee did a hot job on this. De La Soul, from the soul, so orginal!
Name: jayoo (Posted: 3/5/2004 5:01:00 PM)
Comment: Hot! De La Soul is in the game for the long haul. Jay Dee bless this track along with the vocal provided by "Yummy"; the girl sounds tasty. They are among a few that can compliment an old track with new flava.
Name: ant31 (Posted: 10/26/2003 5:14:00 PM)
Summary: I Feel De La Always Should Of Been On There On.this Group Carried Tommy Boy For 13 Years.respect Wil
Comment: De La Soul is mad nice. Like the name from the soul, ‘nuff said!
Name: kane_x19 (Posted: 9/30/2003 3:12:00 PM)
Summary: "Much More Is Much Better"
Comment: I heard the song like my man said on The Chappelle Show and was instantlly bobbin' my head. I been feeling some of their work and me just being 19 years old. Just recently did I hear it late at night on the radio. De La is definitely doing their thing. J. Dilla gets mad props from me and I've heard only a little about him. It's just a shame they're not rotating this on the morning and afternoon radio shows. Listeners really need to hear a song of this caliber. A little variety won't hurt.
Name: Regmystro (Posted: 9/18/2003 4:14:00 AM)
Summary: What More You Want?
Comment: Long Island's own, the legendary De La Soul, is Back with more banging beats from none other then J.Dilla. The catchy hook and a dope sample from an R&B classic makes this joint is heaven to the ears. This is what true hip-hop is all about and De La always shows it.
Name: blibstar (Posted: 9/15/2003 5:17:00 AM)
Summary: De La So Good.
Comment: This is how De La should be. Jay Dee is bringin’ something new to the table and I like the fusion.
Name: MusicMan37 (Posted: 9/10/2003 11:05:00 PM)
Summary: How Hip Hop Should Sound On Radio!
Comment: Yeah y’all, I first caught wind of this track as they performed it (on a bus) on the Dave Chappelle Show and was just stopped in my tracks as I listened. De La has been on this road (or sound) since leaving us with "Trying People." Personally, I think they have MASTERED the difference between a RAP song and a pure SONG! Dave and Pos, being the age they are now, realize the outcome of riding the beat of LTD's “Love Ballad.” The result being the song makes you feel like you did when you first heard Jeffrey Osborne sing, "And what we have is much more than they can see!" I'm honestly at 37, the second wave of the first generation of Hip-Hop (Kool Herc, Flash & Caz are all older than me) and as Primo poses to THIS generation, "Yall care anymore about this Hip-Hop?"
Name: Exquisite7 (Posted: 8/23/2003 12:20:00 PM)
Summary: Nice To See J-Dilla Drop Some Ill Sh*t
Comment: First off, that sounds like Primo at the beginning with his now signature intros venting about how f'd up the hip-hop game is today. As far as the song De La comes correct and the Jay Dee track is lovely. Although the hook is R&B, the song is nice. Much better then "Shoomp". Hopefully that garbage doesn't make the album.
Name: bringthenoyz (Posted: 8/14/2003 2:10:00 PM)
Summary: J-dilla And De La Still Got It
Comment: This track is hot, hot, hot! I mean it because the lyrics are there and it is even better with the smooth hip-hop beat of Jay Dee.
Name: pathethik (Posted: 8/13/2003 9:33:00 AM)
Summary: When The Beat Dropped, I Thought It Was On Some Primo...
Comment: Really nice track. Lookin’ forward to hearing more from the De La.
|Name: Paul (Posted: 8/12/2003 5:20:00 PM)|
Comment: De La Soul, where art thou? Is this single from that long-lost third portion to the Art Official Intelligence trilogy? I sure hope it is. De La hasn't sounded this dope in a long time. Although De La has always been consistent on the mic even through some awkward post “Stakes Is High” moments, but they sound re-energized and hungry. Ignore the run-of-the-mill R&B hook; isn't Jay Dee's production lovely? Think Common's "Reminding Me (Of Sef)" or another one of those great orchestral soul productions from the later 90's, and you have "Much More." Both Jay-Dee and De La prove they've still got their creative juices flowing. Satisfying, now where's the damn album guys?
Name: Kondor03 (Posted: 8/7/2003 6:39:00 PM)
Summary: Straight Goods!!!!!
Comment: Love this song! I flipped when I first heard it. De La is still operating correctly. Dope production and lyrics (hook could have been better though). Check this joint out!
Name: Trav Dav (Posted: 8/6/2003 11:17:00 PM)
Summary: Jay Dee Midwest Best
Comment: This joint is really nuts. Jay Dilla and De La is classic. Just think if Hova or Eminem would record with Dilla…next level
Name: mbergara (Posted: 8/6/2003 3:50:00 PM)
Summary: Where Would Life Be Without De La?
Comment: Although some people don't like their style nowadays, I don't care what anyone says. Even if I was the only one on earth that liked this I would stick with my word, I'm a De La fan past, present, and future. Much respect to these guys cuz they're still rockin it, preserve the music! You need this album!
Name: D.L.C. (Posted: 8/6/2003 1:20:00 PM)
Summary: Wowsers. This Is De La?
Comment: De La Soul with some edge? A little anger? We say BRAVO! This is a perfect compliment to the “Shoomp’ record. Both songs should be all over the radio but we know commercial cats aren't checking for De La. This song, for all the MP3 heads, will sound familiar for all who downloaded the bootleg version of Jaylib. Jay Dilla proves that he is deserving of his upper echelon producer status. The track is just jiggy enough but the edge of the lyrics give it some punch. The DJ's should love this one here.