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|(1.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: the illmind junglist (Posted: 4/20/2006 4:09:00 AM)
Summary: Who The Hell Let That Dude Rap On This Track
Comment: I don't know how much this Paul Barmen soundin' cat paid these dudes to get on this track but he alone makes this song suck! I can't hate on Red but damn, do not let that wack sucker MC Paul Barmen nerd soundin' geek rap no more.
Name: Chris McCaffrey (Posted: 7/18/2005 9:30:00 PM)
Summary: This Is Wrong On So Many Levels
Comment: Fabolous doesn't belong on a beat like this, despite his versatility. Fab, Karl, and Redman shouldn't be on the same track at all. They should have pulled a "F'Real" and have the rappers do seperate versions. Hot Karl has some punchlines that made me laugh at first, but now they just annoy me. Redman is best suited for this, but he's a day late and a dollar short on this one. I wonder why a song that came out in 2002 for NBA Live 2003 is released in 2005. I could go on, but I'm running out of space. The only time I want to hear "Blao" is when they're blowing up all of these "12's.
Name: sounds of sacrafrice (Posted: 5/31/2005 6:53:00 AM)
Comment: This is just a bad lineup from the start. Fab, Hot Karl, and Redman should have nothing to do with each other when it comes to putting together a rap song. This was an old song from NBA Live 2003 and I don't even know how this song made it to the UGHH audio section.
|Name: Pro Ecks (Posted: 5/26/2005 6:23:00 PM)|
Comment: I do my best to avoid being negative about artists at all costs. That being said, Hot Karl does not belong anywhere near a track with Fabolous, the Funk Doc, and DJ Clue. Karl's flow, voice, and attempt at punchlines don't mesh in this formula at all, showing that he is better suited for more introspective tracks such as "I've Heard" with 9th Wonder. Fab and Redman come with some heat, but you'll want to skip Hot Karl's verse on this one.