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You Know My Style (Bonus) - Nas - Streets Disciple


2004
Label: Columbia - C4 92065,Sony Urban Music - BL 93513 • Format: 4x, Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Hip Hop •
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Top positive review. CD only came with Cd 2 1 was missing, so seller gave me a refund! I can only comment on Cd 2, which I heard! Nas is a solid rapper, and his flow is tight on most of his songs! This is actually a 2 Cd set, but again I only received 2. I enjoyed it enough to want to hear Cd 1! If you are a Nas fan pick this up for your collection! One person found this helpful.

Top critical review. Excellent Condition but wish I had ordered something else You Know My Style (Bonus) - Nas - Streets Disciple this Has double CD sucks and I couldn't even give it away, not even close to his best work Illmatic. Sort by. Top rated Most recent Top rated. Filter by. Showing of reviews.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. You Know My Style (Bonus) - Nas - Streets Disciple Audio CD. Street's Disciple is about his relationships with his culuture, the street, and the people around him. It's believing he is one of the few of the truest black rappers in the game, and through his music, his strides are easily understood. On "Live Now" he proclaims people die every day, so you might as well live like there is no tomorrow.

The production varies, at one point you can totally feel himself in the song, you get carried away with it. Fresh is remarkably fresh [no pun intended]. So with great production on this album, unfortunately, becomes bleek to the poor and lazy production of most of the other tracks featured on "Street's Disciple". To easily point out, I would stated the weakest production is on a bonus track of the first disc, "You Know My Style", a hit on the street, but it didn't make it on the official disc, and I can tell why.

On "Unauthorized Biography Of Rakim", produced by Nas, he does a great job story-telling and an innovative move on his behalf, but the ending and the production kind of take away from the song. The messages are not subliminal, Nas aims at many people from cops who are curropted, to O. Mostly this CD is to show everyone he's still has what it takes, and he does.

Lyrically the album is all worth hearing, the only problem is the production, and Nas hasn't always had that on his side. He can only do so well, but it speaks volume's when Nas produced two tracks, and "Suicide Bounce" was the album's best beat.

Final Thoughts Nasir Jones eight album ignores the fact that most of the topics have already been covered previously, but with his comfort zone, he manages to bring something new to each topic, eventhough it was already done.

He You Know My Style (Bonus) - Nas - Streets Disciple raps like this is his first disc, very little mention of his previous work. His lyrics are once again, noteworthy, and the production isn't too bad. If I were to rate the best albums to come out inthis album would rank in my number two or number Neil Sedaka - Im A Song spot.

If you haven't got the album yet, you should head out now to purchase it. There was a problem loading comments right now. Showing 0 comments. Sort by: Newest Oldest. Well, i'm not gonna review this album track by track, but i'ma go over some of my favorite tracks on this historic Nas album: The first song that caught my attention was "Just A Moment" that song explains all the people who has left us way too soon.

And all of the daily drama you run into while living your life. And Nas introduces one of his new artists on this song. By the way they treated us and are still treating us today.

His rhymeskill on this track is imacable. I just enjoy the message that this song has. The beat 2 this song is striaight ill, and i'm glad he chose Busta to appear on this track, one tight song, if I say so myslef. The second song that really desirves notices is "Virgo", this song also appears on Ludacris' 'Red Light District' album. When I heard this song I was addicted to it, their tribut to all the virgo.

It's a fun, hip hop beat box track. To me that's what hip hops been missin', the dayz when it was just about fun!. The song is mad tight. I'm glad nas invited his pops on one of his records, that's real father and son times right there, and it's somethin' special, never the less. He dedicated a song to her. That's another special point on this album. And i'm sure he'll raise her right!.

It convinced me to go out and buy it, and now i'm glad I did. Nas is a poet in my book, and on these two albums he hasn't put down that crown yet, and staying true in hip hop. And Nas always have been one of my favoite hip hop artists, and i'm sure after listening to this album he'll become urs 2. Nasir Jones is smiling at the fans and, not least to his astonishment, his fans are eagerly smiling back.

Content at his decade of dominance, Nas drops the highly-anticipated 9th studio album. While holding in thrall an audience of adults Više Od Ljubavi - Andrej Ilić - Pijan I Lud youths, Nas Dark Eyes - The Symphony Of Strings - Strings Around The World heir to a double-disc LP that goes back to the early 90s.

Elegantly constructed in every track, he delivers lyrical surges of brilliance with masterful flow which uncovers a man who strives to make positivity the Love Like This (Spen & Karizma Vocal) - Destroyer - Love Like This in every album.

Judging by the title, Nas has refused to abandon his urban province. He gave what amounted to a potent tribute to Rakim U. But most importantly, albeit interspersed with rage and emotion, I do not recommend this Caro Nome - Verdi* - Kostbarkeiten Aus Verdi-Opern to anyone under the age of I mean, we all heard the leadoff single "Bridging the Gap" almost a year ago if NOT a year agobut then the release date for the album appeared to be nonexistent.

But it finally came out last November. Now, this album is a double-disc, and for that reason some people might be a little hesitant to pick it up because double rap albums usually don't work. But it's not like the album is bad or anything; the You Know My Style (Bonus) - Nas - Streets Disciple problem is what most of the other non-five-star reviewers said: if Nas trimmed the filler, this would have been fine as a single disc.

But there are still some great songs on here. But as another reviewer mentioned, sometimes the songs can go the wrong way. There are also some otherwise good songs that are ruined by the choruses, like "Getting Married" and especially "Disciple".

Check the generic chorus to You Know My Style (Bonus) - Nas - Streets Disciple latter: "Disciple Street's! That song is almost worse than "You Owe Me".

There are still some other good tracks, though, like "Suicide Bounce", "Virgo" also featured on Ludacris' albumthe title track, and the introspective "U. Unauthorized Biography of Rakim ". As you can see, Street's Disciple has his share of hits and misses, so it's really not as classic as everyone says it is. Still, it's above-average, so pick it up.

Anthony Rupert P. Think twice before trying to burn this album to your computer just take my word for it. I have debated what to give the rating on this album, deciding at the 4. I can't give it a 5 because it is not flawless, but for a double album, it is very very strong.

I didn't love Stillmatic, so factor this in while you read this review. Disc one: 5 Stars The 1Intro leads right into the first song 2. A Message to the Feds: I really like the first beat and Nas smashes it, then the beats change, but his flow is still nice. An excellent track to start the album. Nazerth Savage: I like the beat on this, people may disagree, but I think this is a strong song, Nas has a pretty nice first verse.

American Way: Kinda weird beat, but I like it. Nas is talking about politics and american culture. The Kelis hook some do not like, I dont mind it, it doesnt' You Know My Style (Bonus) - Nas - Streets Disciple or subtract from the song. Only Nas would have the balls to do a song like this.


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9 thoughts on “ You Know My Style (Bonus) - Nas - Streets Disciple

  1. Nas ‎– Street's Disciple Label: Columbia ‎– COL , Sony Urban Music ‎– Format: 4 D3 - "You Know My Style" is a bonus track and is not mentioned on the backcover but on label side 4 and the printed innersleeves H3 - "Thief's Theme" is a bonus track and is not mentioned on the backcover but on label side 8 and /5(25).
  2. Street's Disciple is the seventh studio album by American rapper Nas, released as a double album on November 30, by Columbia Records. Named after one of his lyrics from "Live at the Barbeque" by Main Source, the album's cover art was digitally created using photos of Nas to create an adaptation of The Last morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo: Hip hop.
  3. If you had any doubts about who the true king of hip hop is, look no further. NaS is back with the Streets Disciple! NaS once again has rallied his forces together and dropped yet another classic. Only for true fans of the game, Street's Disciple is a must have. NaS has kept his promise not to /5(28).
  4. Nov 30,  · The title track “Street’s Disciple” features Nas’ father Olu Dara getting a piece of the action over a hard and moody Salaam Remi track, among his best on either disc. why are two of the best tracks released BEFORE “Street’s Disciple” hit stores hidden on the album as bonus tracks – “You Know My Style” on disc one and 9/
  5. Apr 03,  · Nas - Street's Disciple [Vinyl] - morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo [Featuring] - Quan D2 Reason Vocals [Additional] - Emily D3 You Know My Style (Bonus) Mixed By - L.E.S. E1 Suicide Bounce Backing Vocals - Quan Engineer [Assistant] - MIMI Producer - Nas Rap [Featuring] - Busta Rhymes Vocals [Additional] - Katherine Bostic E2 Street's Disciple Cello - David 4/5().
  6. Jul 15,  · Street’s Disciple is an album worth visiting for any Nas fan, for the sheer ambition or perhaps pretentiousness of the material, which remains thoroughly unpredictable and fascinating. At the very least, it's worth it for the first disc which is beautifully sequenced and /5(63).
  7. May 15,  · Nas the bard, will always capture my ear - not the picture of a player. Oh and U.B.S. over U.B.R. any day - but Ill Bill never would have been able to inspire his "Hour of Reprisal" rendetion without Nas doing it first, and with that; "Street's Disciple" will always be noteworthy and inspirational in the culture of hip-hop.4/5(56).
  8. Nas was also part of the hip hop supergroup The Firm, which released one album under Dr. Dre's record label Aftermath. Aside from rapping, Nas is also an occasional actor and has appeared in feature films such as Hype Williams' directorial debut Belly, Ticker and In .
  9. Bonus: You Know My Style: I didn't like this song when I first heard it but its growing on me. (4/5) Overall disc one is basically a classic in its own respect. Nas is extremely creative with the production he used, the ideas he spits, and the fact that he talks about what he wants not what is trendy or hot.4/5().

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