The New Classics

March 25, 2009

New Music: Pacific Division, Shut Up

Filed under: Download, Hip Hop, Song — Tags: , , , , , — Greg @ 5:43 pm

03.25.09

pac div EP

Song: Shut Up
Artist: Pacific Division
Album: Pacific Division EP
Label: Universal Motown Records
Producer: Swiff D
Notes: none
Analysis: ‘Shut Up’ is similar to the stripped-down, slow-bass throwback tracks that The Cool Kids have perfected, and just as good. The beat pounds, but the lyrics are nothing new for these types of songs besides a couple witty lines (even if I had five mil in the bank / I’ma still put a five dollar bill in the tank). This is a song that isn’t going to be making many waves, but it’s cool enough to rock to a few times, and PacDiv is still a crew to look for this year.
Rating: 6.5
Source: 2DopeBoyz

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2 Comments »

  1. gM i disagree, this is just a sampler of the classic that will be Grown Kid Syndrome. Amazing production, impressive cadence rhymes, witty and catchy… BEAUTIFUL MUSIC!!!

    Comment by Wilson — March 25, 2009 @ 6:02 pm

  2. I haven’t heard the other two tracks on this EP yet, but I do like PacDiv’s music. But like I said, this song bangs hard but I’ve heard better from them. I try to hold artists to standards according to their own potential, and I know that these guys are gonna be great one day. I just don’t think that this is the song that people are going to listen to and say “damn I need to get that Pacific Division album”, especially when I listen to songs from them like ‘Wake Up’, or ‘Lets Go’, which I think are better in both production and lyrics.

    Comment by gM — March 25, 2009 @ 6:50 pm


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