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|(3.7 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: cjayr33 (Posted: 11/4/2003 1:58:00 PM)
Summary: Good Track For Weekend Excursions
Comment: I'm feeling this track because its a party sound with a storyline behind it. J-Zone had my attention the entire track but Louis Logic could have done better on the chorus. It's humerous but it won't suffocate your attention. The beat is also average and seems to be missing some other elements. Aight song though.
|Name: 1985 Mindstate (Posted: 11/3/2003 6:52:00 PM)|
Comment: Any song with J and Louis L is definitely going to be some funny sh*t, and that is exactly what this song is. On this track J-Zone talks about his inability to hold his liquor, and the problems that are associated with it. The beat by J-Zone is not my favorite I’ve heard from him, but it does the job. The lyrics are nice as expected. This joint appears on the 12" vinyl single along with “Alley Oop,” and the single “Choir Practice.” Check this one out!
Name: djroach (Posted: 11/3/2003 2:31:00 PM)
Summary: Insane Beat, Nothing New Lyrically
Comment: Beat is crazy. J-Zone keep putting out tracks that are undeniably original, but very nice. Rhymes are average, but Louis and J-Zone do this well. Nice mixtape kind of cut.
Name: mbergara (Posted: 11/3/2003 6:46:00 AM)
Summary: There Ain't Nuthin' Like Hiphop Music!!!
Comment: This new joint is bangin! Big Up to J Zone he keeps hittin us in the head with this type of sh*t! Some people might not have liked his lyrical content but I like the way he delivered his verses its still poetry and a work of art. Keep Representin' The Real!!