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Thread: Do The Dance vs It's What It Is

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    D.t.d...


    I want you to put your hands together and
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    own, Mr. Randy Watson! Yesssss!!!! Randy Watson!

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    hmmmm... well i thought ghost's verse on dtd was one of the best performances of the year no doubt ("i got muscles in my index finger, even my nail is diesel..."). and the beat, especially with that change-up, was so dope... yet dtd has always felt a little unbalanced to me because imo masta's verse just isn't even on the same level as rae and ghost's.

    but masta really steps his game up on it's what it is. you really can't hear what masta's sayin on this shitty mp3 that's floatin around, but trust me, when you throw this joint in your cd player for the first time, your finger's gonna be all over the rewind button to catch everything he's sayin. the track might not have the same wow factor as dtd but it's definitely a banga.

    i think i'll have to give it's what it is at least 30 more listens and figure out the lyrics before it would even be a fair comparison...


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    i love the sample from try a little tenderness by otis redding. DTD all the way



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    need what it is time to grow on me but DTD is classic doubt what it is would reach classic spins from me anyway
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