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    Default Erick Sermon - Chilltown N.Y.

    Yo This Album Is A Must Copp...definitely One Of The Dopest Albums E Ever Did...and Thas My Word...the Funk Blesses The Album Like .....where The Hell Has Real Hip-hop Been? 9 Out Of 10 For Me !
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    takes it back to rhymes beats and fun ask for more def listen to know whats been missing the basics.
    Who be Whom

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    Street Hop was a good song, especially with Redman featuring in it

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    Copped this for a $1 at my bx 2 years ago...no lie, that's how wack it is

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    Chilltown NY is a very good album. I think Erick's best albums are No Pressure and Double Or Nothing. No Pressure has a lot of hard songs on it especially the classics Stay Real, Hostile with Keith Murray, Hittin Switches. He disappointed me with Music and React albums. Those albums are wack. What's the deal with the makeup on his face on React album cover? LOL.

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    This Album Is Dope....the Albums Like Music Erick Onasis And React Were Ehhh ....this Shit Was Fiyah...marc I Think U Neeed To Re-evaluate.
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    the album is dope nahmean back to the basics

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    Sooo True
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    decent album good .... music is my cup of tea

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    yup, had this album for awhile now and it always gets rotated... a very underrated album for sure:

    both songs with Redman (Street Hop, Future Thugs)..

    .. i LOVE that Future Thugs track, Sermon took the beat into the era of castles, horses, kings, etc.. i could listen to that beat ALL DAY

    I also loved Talib Kweli's verse on Chillin, he always comes right.


    Sermon really seems to have his own style, and i always enjoy it, 8/10

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    damn homie I didnt see this thread an I started that one about Red an Serm today...great minds.....I love E.Serm's whole catalog but the best is the latest.
    he's "the rapper's favorite rapper" peace
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    "Relentless" sums up the album......fire
    dunno why it got such low ratings thruout....or why it was so slept on even amongst the nerds (c'mon now!)
    the only bad thing was the single/video that "features" Sean Paul....not that the song was wack, it was dope....but the false advertising was worth a laugh and a frown, lol
    check it out, some fire fo that assz
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    Chilltown NY wasn't very good and I changed my mind because I listened to it again. It's alright but I wouldn't play it often. Only albums of his I listen to often are No Pressure and Double Or Nothing.


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