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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandemic View Post
    ^i get that, but he should offer them something great, because the audience for this album is bigger than anything else he's doing, so he would be getting name recognition from a different fanbase than his wu shit.
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    well...we dont know that rza didnt offer more tracks. i dont think kanye would've wanted a 'wu-tang' track in the middle of all that shit anyway

    Lol haha did niggaz hear the whole song?
    we been had the whole track


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    NA I WOULDnT SAY BEEN , WHOLE TRACK HAS ONLY BEEN OUT FOR 2 DAYs HOMO


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    thats like two years in instant-information interwebz time
    thanks for clearing that important detail up for us though


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost In The 'Lac View Post
    You can definitely hear RZA's modern "DJ Quik" newstyle signatures all over this song.

    People say RZA regressed in recent years but I think he put this sample to way better use than he did on BOAP
    i was thinking the same but i realized that the intro on B.O.A.P. actually was Choco's beat. this must be the cleanest RZA beat i have ever heard though, the mixing is crystal clear and very sharp. reminds me of how Dre's beats have been sounding since "2001", especially with the piano loop on this. it's a dope track, actually one of the stand out moments on the album. Jay-Z's verse on this is great.



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    I'm not feeling the autotune and RZA connect.

    The beat's fine for Kanye and Jay-Z, but I'd expect more from RZA.

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    Dont just blast this soley on RZA, he was never the mastermind producer behind this. He shares a lot of co-prod credits and Kanyes sound has its stamp on this. We have work from Kanye West, Mike Dean & Ken Lewis on there

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    Regardless of who did the track, it's actually a pretty good song.
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    seriously, are you people joking when you say that isn't auto-tune? do you not know what it is? I thought it was the most recognizable thing to pick up on, but I guess not. you guys are SHARP!

    that is without question auto-tune. I can't believe I need to clear that up.


    I'm not sure why kanye reached out to rza for this one, he delivered a beat that anyone could have done. that said, I really didn't mind this track at all. hearing jay shout rza out is cool, and his verse on this reminded me of reasonable doubt or in my lifetime vol 1 -era jay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wadedigital36 View Post
    some of you take this way too personally man.

    its just music and these guys arent your relatives.
    Quote Originally Posted by Pandemic View Post
    dude, i know jay-z has declined in skill and it's fashionable for "true hip hop heads" to shit on these two guys, but jay-z has shown his ability to flow over different kinds of beats...i have no doubt he could spit over some prototypical "wu banger" with no problem.

    lol @ jay-z being some garbage rapper...you may not like his content, choice of songs, productions, or collaborators, but to acts like he outright sucks is ridiculous, disingenuous and stupid.
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