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|(3.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: long island (Posted: 7/1/2005 11:03:00 PM)
Summary: Big City Beat
Comment: My mans got this one. When Gang Starr hits his mark he does it well. To me, that's always been his down fall. He's hot or cold. Never consistent with his hits. But thumbs up anyway to this one.
Name: cnnoreaga (Posted: 12/26/2003 10:25:00 AM)
Summary: Who Got The Keys Of Nyc Rap ?
Comment: Sure it's Primo, son! This track is the dopest on the new Gang Starr LP. I can even say it's too short. But what a track! Guru's voice is perfect compared to the fat beat of his PNC Primo. Some good sentences from Guru, some good scratches from Premier and ya get "what ya expected": a classic track for the next generations of Hip-hop fanatics.
|Name: Food Stamp (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 11/4/2003 1:10:00 AM)|
Location: Oregon, USA
Comment: Gang Starr has resolidified its reign on hip-hop with their new LP and the self-title release “The Ownerz” is a single that every head should own. Primo laced pure heat here with silly fresh horns and a thumping bassline. The beat plays real nice and is perfect for Guru to come mediocre on (not like that’s anything new as of late). Guru’s verses are full of banal rhymes and classic punches, but it doesn’t matter as the duo proves that they still own this sh*t.
Name: odyss (Posted: 10/28/2003 4:59:00 PM)
Comment: Dope tack, dope beat and lyrics are up to par, for me it was the stand out of the album and a lot more like a single we would expect from Gangstarr than the lackluster "Rite Where You Stand" IMO.