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Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 10/16/2006 2:11:00 PM) Comment: Now since they’re chanting “get up on the dance floor” I guess we can figure out pretty quick that their intended audience is the clubs and I don’t have any real problem with that even though I’m a wall flower myself. But as far as hip-hop songs that have a club vibe to them, I have to say that this one is still pretty generic for me. I am a fan of all these guys and I think that Shadow did a good job putting the production together with the samples that he used. I like the breakdowns and scratching, not so crazy about the chorus or all the talking at the end. I think the whole song should have been Q-Tip though since his verse seems to fit the beat a lot better than Lateef’s. All in all, it’s a decent listen if you like to shake your back pockets.
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A Tribe Called Quest - 'Hits, Rarities & Remixes' Producers: A Tribe Called Quest; Jungle Brothers; Q-Tip; The Ummah (Ali Shaheed Muhammad + Jay Dee aka J. Dilla + Q-Tip); Tumblin' Dice Label: Jive Records