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|Name: DJ Sho Nuff (Posted: 7/1/2006 5:23:00 PM)|
Comment: I love hooks when itís a bunch of dudes. Reminds me of Wu Tang. Personally, as a general rule of thumb, Iíd always prefer to hear Ghostface, U-God, and Old Dirty rather than Ciara, Fergie, and Beyonce. Anyhow, this song had me fresh out the gate as I heard producer Stro the 89th Key provide the funky intro (heartbeat emulating drums that remind me of Queenís ďFlash GordonĒ, fuzzy samples of a weather forecaster predicting rains and storms, and timely guitar riffs) and heard three fellas chanting the hook in unison. You had me at hello, Procussions. The three emcees finish off what they started by trading verses in which they use hip hopís favorite literary device of metaphor to speak of their lives in terms of a storm. Another reason I like these guys is they all sound different. I hate not knowing which emcee is which. Even though they donít sound alike, it took me a decade to distinguish between U-God and Masta Killa. What Iím saying is Iím bad at distinguishing between voices, but these guys make it easy and I thank them for that.