AZ – Rather Unique 2010 (Prod. By Lil’ Fame)
Wednesday December 01st 2010,
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AZ – Not Losing Since 1994. From Doe Or Die 15th Anniversary, out now.


AZ – ‘Rather Unique 2010′

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Prefer this beat to the original. Funny, on the original his delivery sounds quite like Nas. On this one he kinda flows more like G Rap.

Dope track anyway.

Comment by KQ 12.01.10 @

Fame is the man but the overall feel of this joint isn’t touching the OG version

Comment by FACTUAL 12.01.10 @

cool…but naaaaah!!

Comment by QUNYC 12.02.10 @

Doesn’t come close to Petey’s beat, but decent I guess.

Comment by The Funkologist 12.02.10 @

You gotta do a top ten Rappers with lisps list, he’d easily be top five.

Comment by gstatty 12.02.10 @

word. one of the few consistent. d.o.d.15th is effin dope.great taste in beats (&cuts!) and the flow is still ill.

Comment by swordfish 12.03.10 @

Co-sign gstatty.

Comment by Crisis 12.03.10 @

Don’t think this beat goes to well with AZ, but he’s always been a favourite. Still think he hasn’t put out the perfect lp he’s capable of though. Although if it never happened in the 90s I doubt it’s going to happen now.

Comment by silent minority 12.03.10 @

This shit is cool and all, but yeah, it ain’t even coming close to the original.

I do like Lil Fame’s beats though, including this one…

Comment by Shaun D. aka Wicked 12.04.10 @

He’s genuinely shooting his load in that pic…

Comment by John S 12.17.10 @

Truly, that AZ Do Or Die reedition w/ dem remixes, me not feelin it. It took me years to find the original vinyl of that album & shit is timeless, so when I hear some ol AZ with some updated beats, its juss not right… ok tho but the original prevails!

Comment by donaleski 01.01.11 @



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