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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
|Name: DJ Sho Nuff (Posted: 1/23/2007 11:05:00 PM)|
Comment: I’m not sure if Dudley Perkins (aka Declaime) of Stones Throw Records is actually a good singer or not. I’m guessing he’s “technically” not good. Kind of in that Western European snobbish classical sort of not good way. But I like listening to him. He sounds good even if he’s not actually good. Lesson of the day: embrace your flaws. They can be flipped into your strongest selling point. “Not bad meaning bad, but bad meaning good.” And I especially love it when Perkins goes falsetto. Regardless, he’s back at it with his Stones Throw cohorts on the remix to his romantce-inspiring“Come Here My Dear”. Sidekick Madlib lays down the smooth beat with his typical unique flare. On this one, he gives it a lullaby type feel. Brand Nubian’s Sadat X and his one in a million voice lend a verse, as does Stones Throw representative M.E.D., to the mix. Throw this on the next time you’ve got a young lovely over for dinner and perhaps you’ll later be writing Dudley a “thank you” letter.
Name: Pele won (Posted: 1/7/2007 9:22:00 PM)
Summary: Madlib Be Lacin' Dudley Up
Comment: Dudley P, Declaime, this is a cold track cousin. Light a blunt and love it!