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11/28/2005

The State of Pop Music in 2005

Mike: wait, sorry to interrupt again, but do you not like "hate it or love it"?

todd.burns: i don't think i've heard it.

Mike: it is very smooth

but not like loggins smooth

god, why does mike jones ruin everything?

sorry, now I'm just complaining

todd.burns: i gotta go to bed.

sorry.

4 Comments:

Blogger blackmail is my life said...

Game's The Documentary should be filed under Tom Breihan's Things We Lost in the Mire: Is Product Placement HipHop? After all, weren't the two cool singles from that album tracks Game didn't rap on? Of course, this is coming from a guy who totally fell for David Banner.

11:29 PM  
Blogger Ian said...

So what do you think of "Hate It Or Love It", Mike (or JT)? It made my top 20.

11:35 PM  
Blogger Mike Powell said...

JT: No, actually. I mean, I'm not really into that album, but I do think "Hate It or Love It" was a very good single. Also, I don't think the appreciations are mutually exclusive; I like David Banner, and I even like the new album, I just thought there were some ugly missteps. Par, I guess. I probably could've held off picking on him, it was mostly because I read a review of Certified, that, with all due respect, made a clumsy attempt to "apologize" for stuff like "Crossroads" by boasting his eclecticism. I mean, silly, right?

5:11 PM  
Blogger John C. said...

It was my #10, actually. I also like the Mary J. Blige remix/cover/whatever.

5:22 PM  

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