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|(4 Stars)||Total Comments: 3|
|Name: DJ Timid (Posted: 4/20/2005 12:37:00 PM)|
Comment: As far as KRS-One tracks go, this one is just above average, but that still puts it in a class of its own. Every KRS-One track has at least one element about it that makes it special, and on this one it's the raw, hungry flow that makes you forget just how long this man has been doing it. Q. Burse gets a little overshadowed here, but just because he's not in the same league as KRS doesn't mean that he can't flow. Don't sleep on the production either—perfect beat for juggling, lots of possibilities in there. Get two copies, turn off the cell and click record.
Name: mly123 (Posted: 4/12/2005 12:25:00 PM)
Summary: Kick Ass
Comment: This joint is tight, it kicks ass like nobody's biz.
Name: Mash_Comp (Posted: 1/2/2005 5:27:00 PM)
Summary: Krs And Q. Burse Rip This One.
Comment: KRS-1's shelf life is amazing. This man's been in the game since 1987 and still going. This bounce-like track from Like Minds gets a good lyrical treatment from the T'Cha but Q. Burse phones his rhyme in. Good record nonetheless.