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|(4.8 Stars)||Total Comments: 5|
Name: Javier (Posted: 7/13/2011 9:48:00 AM; Partial IP: 20.206.248)
Comment: Friends if you want more Don Primo now on 2011 he released his first album all spanglish just like "la Calle" get it in Don Primo D o t c o m
Name: MoPilly (Posted: 11/18/2010 3:05:00 PM; Partial IP: 179.67.234)
Comment: I Met Don Primo at a latin fest he hooked up his cd with sazon RIP they from van city and they proud Chilenos im from van city but my parents are from chile so I show love for sazon and don primo
Name: Jok3r (Posted: 2/11/2009 11:29:00 AM; Partial IP: 18.104.22.168)
Location: Dub city
Comment: yo Difference why u hatin' fool, cuz your tracks are medioacre and worhtless, doesnt mean u have to bang on this track or the other one. I should lay the smack down on your candy ass!
|Name: The Difference (Posted: 11/1/2002 6:42:00 PM)|
Comment: It seems that all of Don Primo’s production is Spanish influenced. Not to knock different styles, but I was expecting more variety from this track. The production for this track really isn’t that tight, and Primo’s verbals are sub-par. So, I repeat it again- you choose if you like it or not.
Name: seangotti (Posted: 9/1/2002 12:31:00 AM)
Summary: Dayum I'm Feelin This
Comment: Talk about reppin’ for "mi gente". This guy with the flows and Spanish horns and drums is straight crazy. I want more from him.