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This Means War!! cover This Means War!! by Busta Rhymes, Ozzy Osbourne

This makes me think of one, single thing. That Busta Rhymes could be the hip hop side of Black Sabbath, crazy as it sounds but true if you compare their content with his content. This is a hell of sampling though and matching of artists of irrelevant scenes! Thumbs up!

Do It to Death cover Do It to Death by Busta Rhymes

I think this "what we gon' do?Do it to death" is more like an existential question, what we're gonna do in our life, so response to this is to live it, to the extremes, till death comes. There is not any further hidden meaning in all this, so we shouldn't try to demystify life and waste our time . This is why common scenes of everyday life are described in the rest of the song.

She Bad Bad cover She Bad Bad by Eve

Straight out of her latest album, this one proved that her music and style are only getting better and that Eve will never adjust to any current hip hop tendency and absorb the latest fashions, she will keep it real. Always fantastic, always respectful!

Who's That Girl? cover Who's That Girl? by Eve

I guess that was her first hit, at least the one that brought her to the top in many countries and she totally deserves it! I give her my whole appreciation for the way she's presenting -and representing- the women through her songs, like completely independent, proud and strong, complete badasses at times - when needed.

4 My People cover 4 My People by Missy Elliott ft. Eve

Missy and Eve together, I love it! One of the songs that rocked our lives in the clubs back then, a song that we wished not to stop dancing to. A good night out and love amongst everyone, love amongst your people is always appreciated!

The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) cover The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) by Missy Elliott

There is something really nostalgic, sad and lonely about this song, like she's going through a hard period in her life and the sound of the rain on her window is dragging her deeper into it. Driving on the open road, being close to the sea always eases the soul.

Release Yo'delf cover Release Yo'delf by Method Man

Method Man always has a separate place in my heart and brains, mainly of his flow and rhymes, both amazing. Play this loud and you will get what the intro is about and why it's so true in large quantities.

I've Never Seen... cover I've Never Seen... by RZA ft. Xavier Naidoo

Another great song by RZA, referring to what he's speaking of in the intro - love. Simple lyrics but true, great collaboration with Xavier Naidoo and a chilling tempo that fits both voices. All together gives me this warm feeling in my heart while praising the beauty of love.

Kush Coma (feat. A$AP Rocky & Zelooperz) cover Kush Coma (feat. A$AP Rocky & Zelooperz) by Danny Brown ft. A$AP Rocky, Zelooperz

Dark, truthful rhymes, twisting your mind by bringing you face to face with the facts, how things work and where they can lead you if you don't play this game the wise way and take it easy. Words that are spitted out violently, reaching our ears rapidly, like cold water on our backs by an exceptionally fearless voice.

Clean Up cover Clean Up by Danny Brown

Not a regular drug-related hip hop song. Fortunately there is Danny speaking about the other side of the things than only praising the hours he's spending being high. True words by a real artist, where he started from, how he's holding on but also acknowledging that he can't go back to the starting point because of any kind of habit. Once more, well done.

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