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Name:   ultimate hip-hop
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Join Date:          February 16, 2009

Last Login:        March 6, 2010

Total Ratings:    687

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Juelz Santana Juelz Santana - “Home Run”

“Lil' Wayne has a classic hook and Juelz has some good verses. If you looking for a head-nodder this is as good as they come. Amazing song!”

ultimate hip-hop's Rating:                     Posted on Jan 20, 2010
Jay Beretta Jay Beretta - “I'm Ready”

“The production by Boi-1da definitely caught my attention...definitely has that epic feel. Jay Beretta doesnt have top-notch lyrics but you can hear the passion he has in his voice. He has a few good lines but his flow complements this beat great. What do you guy's see in Tynisha though?? Her voice really needs to mature before she takes on a role on a song like this. Should of had somebody like Marsha Ambrosius on this. The bad hook still doenst prevent it from being a banger in my mind.”

ultimate hip-hop's Rating:                     Posted on Nov 25, 2009
Wale Wale - “World Tour”

“This definitely needs to be a single..no question. I'm really excited to see what Attention: Deficit will sound like and I can tell it will be dope. I can tell that this is the year that Wale gets on the hip-hop map. This song has that anthem type feel to it and all-around it is a masterpiece. Cool & Dre's production is crazy hot with the piano and the bass! I like how Wale and Jazmine Sullivan both had choruses. When Wale's chorus hit the first time I was like aww shit this is going to be dope because of the catchiness of it.... and I love the background vocals from Jazmine. Wale's lyrics and flow are significantly better on this compared to Chillin. His lyrics flow perfectly and he's spittin so good you cant even keep up to what he's saying. Dope lines throughout and the production is fire. This is the type of song I will never get tired of..perfectly crafted! And yes Wale is in my top 5 right now he has been spittin that good recently with the leaks that have been comin out off his album and Back to the Feature. All he needs now is national recognition that he is one of the elite rappers in the game!”

ultimate hip-hop's Rating:                     Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Jay Z Jay Z - “Off That”

“You can tell Jay-Z is falling off with all the features on Blueprint 3 and not letting Drake getting a verse(might get wrecked on his own track). Despite all this he still makes hot tracks. You would expect something classic with the superstar power but this is still good. Jay-Z's lyrics are average but its probably because the tempo on this song is faster than his usual songs. Timbaland provides a addicting production that will fit in the clubs..so for a club song the lyrics are better than average. Drake's chorus is dope as usual and their chemistry is good. I see this as more of a "Dirt Off Your Shoulders" type of track that wont be too appealing to the true hip-hop heads, but will work for the radio and people in general. Banger for sure!”

ultimate hip-hop's Rating:                     Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Baby aka Birdman Baby aka Birdman - “Money To Blow”

“With a lineup like this and Drumma Boy handling the production, you already know its going to be dope. Drake's verse is hot and you cant go wrong with a Drizzy hook nowadays. Birdman is average like usual but his laid-back flow works for this beat and Weezy is solid. Drake is the main highlight here and with that signature Cash Money sound we've been hearing recently, this is a hit!”

ultimate hip-hop's Rating:                     Posted on Aug 24, 2009

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