Hellz Wind Staff Feat Streetlife Oh man Streetlife actually raps with a damn purpose on here. Not to be outdone, everyone sounds better but I wanted to give Streetlife some love. Since the day I started this blog, there are a couple reviews that I have been absolutely dreading. There's endless information you can look into about this album, but I'm going to cut the intro now because as I've stated a hundred times, this is really long and I need to pace myself. With that said, I'm finally finished. A Better Tomorrow This is one of if not the most underrated wu tang song ever, and I will fight that until the day I die.
Dirty makes this a fun and enjoyable experience as his craziness was close to reaching a head at this point. While the result, , is frequently brilliant, it's also sprawling and unfocused, losing its handle on the carefully controlled chaos of. Yeah I'm not even going to lie, U-God tears this up as well. Bells of War Ah, I was pleasantly surprised by this song. M get the money, dolla dolla bill yaaaaa'llllll 2019-03-10T16:59:44Z Comment by user-894621200 Y'all should check out my remix of this song! Since I obviously enjoy this song, you could probably make the assumption that decks rapping is top notch on here. I made a lofi version of it! As much as the idea of a double album pains me, I will say that this could be the only single album in hip hop history that was deserving a double disc. I've always found him unnecessary and basically terrible.
. Genre Comment by Miluju tuhle pisničku. Some hailed as the best double-disc hip-hop album yet released, but others regarded it as a disappointment; despite its many high points, it's the first time didn't quite fulfill their ambitions. Cappadonna Unfortunately, this is where labels first started treating Dirty as a crazy drunk guy that can't really rap. Yes, expectations were rather high.
I know I can be a little hard on reviews and skits but I'm pretty sure no one liked this, even all you Popa Wu fans. If there's any consolation, Cappadonna turns in another fine performance and gives me another reason to consider buying The Pillage. Ghost and Rae are the two kings of slang in hip hop and let everyone know why on here. Luckily, was already nursing a healthy interest in the clan's movement, understanding the scope of their importance to hip-hop culture. If you're a terrible person and aren't aware with this song, go watch the video now. Decks rapping on the other hand, are some of his best and at least make me feel indifferent about the song.
And yes, Inspectah decks verse is one of the greatest in hip hop history. The tambourine is actually what takes his track to the next level, even if you don't realize it at first. I hope I don't need to explain this one to anyone. By the time finished their first round of solo projects and reconvened for their second album as a group, the double-disc album had become the hip-hop fad of the moment. I love have song 2019-04-29T19:58:40Z Comment by soundcloud dont got the real cream lol lame af 2019-04-17T08:09:49Z Comment by yoyo 2019-03-18T15:28:03Z Comment by Cash Rules Everything Around Me, C.
When he's done rambling, the album fades into the sound of a helicopter. If you haven't heard this is the likely title of their upcoming album, this summer, which warms my heart. Its terrible but they spent millions on it, which means the least you can do is watch it One of the clans most successful songs ever, and officially launched them into the mainstream. Maybe I should ease up a bit on U. Streetlife This was right before Streetlife got a huge push from the wu, and here we have the mans debut. The closing act of disc two mixed with a few mediocre songs spread throughout end up taking away a star from the album, giving more fuel to the argument that this would have been better as a single disc. On another note, you all know my feelings about U-God, but holy shit he fucking rips this shit in half, to the point it makes me furious he couldn't capture this in a bottle and be a good rapper.
A great way to close out the first disc. You see the problem with double disc albums is that you already have so much material, that you feel obliged to include everyone that could possibly considered affiliated with yourself. Far from it, as I'm sure you can tell from this past months reviews. Well, I'm still weird as hell and this is still one of my favorite songs. I'm usually not that big a fan of these two rapping back and forth instead of giving individual verses, but this was an exception. The City Because I'm weird as hell, this was my favorite song when I first heard the album. C'mon wu tang is for the children.
Intro Two intros for the price of one, how great. In other words, the group is starting to go off in more individual directions here, making it harder to maintain an overall focus. Among the top of that list, is the Wu Tang Clans second group effort Forever. Every single thing about it. I did thoroughly enjoy the hook if that still counts for anything any more. Aside from that though, this is a great album that contains some of the groups finest work.
The Closing Raekwon talks for a few minutes and closes our show is a fairly bad way. Dre's version off the Chronic, even though there's not an official connection 5. Man U-God can't catch a break because I know he had to have lost a bet or something that resulted in him having to be the one making the seducing song. Severe Punishment The first truly great wu song on the album starts off with a classic eerie Kung Fu sample. Osiris gets a solo joints and provides some pretty ludicrous, yet comical bars. Because of their success, this album had expectations set on it that could never realistically be met.