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who's feelin' dizzy rascal?

his first single is a jack of that ol skool jam which name escapes me. Im fellin that track , I checked the rest of the album at kops.It was pretty cool but for 33 plus tax!!!!! any body heard that
Tuna MAnuva collabo:eek: ?

roojew
 
i managed to download all album tracks plus unreleased shit and killer freestyles off of kazaa.

boy in the corner. check it.
 
ah the poster child for UK Hip Hop.

He's damn good, I'll give you that ;)

add some Eskibeat behind him tho, and you've got an even greater product - this is what garage has evolved ... maybe re-volved ... into.

Kid has skills for days.
 
i gave this dood's album the other day. its pretty good, not really what i need to skratch my hip hop itch these days tho...
 
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medicore at best. the tracks that i've listened to have had weak beats and his vocals sound like similar to the dirty south... not my style.

he's kinda like a weak kardinal official - with beats made on his drum machine in 1988, when he was only 4 years old.

that being said, i haven't listened to the whole album, just the singles..

next!
 
Originally posted by Aleks
i gave this dood's album the other day. its pretty good, not really what i need to skratch my hip hop itch these days tho...

good album but I TOTALLY hear what your saying...it's turned those ive played it for OFF!...not really the everyman's sound when they think hip hop...some next level shit though and one for britain's vault
 
this is a cool cd, and obviously not for everyone

sonically and conceptually challenging, and a fairly unconventional 'groove' to set into fa sho
 
Heard bits and peices whilst being drunk at my buddy's place a few weeks ago... will have to give it another (sober) listen.
 
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