January 25th 2012
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DJ Candlestick & OG Ron C - "C H O P S O U L" (Mixtape)
Snootie Wild - "I Can't Help It"
Ace Clark f/ Nitty Scott - "What's Goin On?"
Mila J Takes On "Hotline Bling"
It's okay, It's tough make songs about coping in our oppressive society with a mainstream-ish sound? and still have it resonate. I like. K'naan really knows how to uplift without being to cliche about it. It's sad though, to even think that an uplifting song so dense about the struggle could be subject to being passe but that's what modern day Hip Hop has brought us. K'NAAN might be tiptoeing on real ish and cliche melodramatic self-righteousness, but he's aware of it, and pushes the boundaries without compromising himself. 3 stars
not trying to be a dick, but I was INSTANTLY annoyed when this track started lol.
Record would've been so much better without Auto-Tuning Nelly Furtado's voice... Oh wait, thats cuz she can't really sing right? Average. I would've expected more from K'NaaN
God I hate Nelly Furtado... but I do still like k'naan
Worst song on the EP. EP had 3 good tracks 2 bad ones
firee better than any 50 cent, lloyd bank, jay-z kanye lil wayne drake or tyga song out right now so props to this i would rate it a 10 if i could but here is my 5 star
Jay and Kanye do not in any way belong on that list, they're some of the few that actually remain faithful to hiphop and still make good shit.
Track is smooth. EP itself 4/5 ... Nothing but love for K'naan
So far i'm feeling both of K'Naan tracks that have dropped off of this EP.
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