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|(3 Stars)||Total Comments: 4|
Name: mistamontiel (Posted: 12/25/2010 6:43:00 AM; Partial IP: 53.214.183)
Location: Miami, Cuba. l0l
Comment: The REAL hiphop, is 0VA HEAH. Thanks much UGHH mane.
Name: kristy lee (Posted: 5/12/2009 2:15:00 PM; Partial IP: 31.187.224)
Location: magee mississippi
Comment: wat u r so cool I luv your dances
Name: LNX (Posted: 7/12/2007 2:03:00 PM)
Summary: Still Underrated
Comment: This is in response to Skillz Philly's review of KRS-One's "Soldier Boy." Like you said, the illegitimacy of the war has already been touched upon, so what's wrong with giving support to the soldiers and familier, who, for the most part, were deceived into fighting this war? There can never be enough "regurgitation" when it comes to ending the war. In fact, there has not been enough dissent in the Hip-Hop community. Every rapper who considers themself as "conscious" or positive in some way, should be producing songs about the war. Instead, mainstream rap continues to put out the garbage they always do. I applaud anyone speaking out against the war in any capacity.
|Name: Skillz Philly (Posted: 5/23/2007 12:46:00 PM)|
Comment: As part of the “Blastmaster’s” album, Adventures in Emceein’, KRS-One’s “My Soldier Boy” is a testament to the U.S. soldiers fighting overseas in the Iraqi War. If it weren’t for the fact that questions about WMD’s, the purpose of fighting for oil, and challenging President George Bush’s competency, are all points that have been heavily criticized already in various capacities, KRS-One’s poignant lyrics might actually mean something more than a simply regurgitation. Nonetheless, the pounding music and “come correct” attitude of KRS-One are something not to be passed over.