Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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The original Davey DMX so get wit' it!
nebulous | lexington, dirty south carolina | 01/10/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The lack of knowledge about such a talented artist "I can't Explain".The king of the drum machine [before Mantronix].Def Jam O.G.F-f-f-fresh!Can I ride with you Davey,Davey please?Can I ride with you Davey?Anybody who calls themselves down with the culture of Hip-Hop should listen to "Davey's Ride"'which was released in 1987 on Def Jam/Columbia.This album,I believe,shows you exactly how versatile an artist he truly is."
Not rubbish but awful recording masters thanks to Tuff City
capaBILLity | Somewhere Out There, NJ USA | 12/25/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Yeah y'all "One For The Treble (Fresh)" and "The DMX Will Rock" series are the only joints on this greatest hits CD by the man DAVY DMX. He sings,he plays bass,he's a super dope DJ. Tuff City Records messes this CD up with awful recorded masters (just like on the ULTRAMAGNETIC MC'S bootlegs. I-ight,CED-GEE was responsible for that,who or whom is responsible for this?).
In my high school days,I was on the radio as a DJ and I wore out "One For The Treble (Fresh)". I had it on 12" single,it was one of the most requested hip-hop songs on my show. Don't forget DAVY DMX produced and played some instruments for KURTIS BLOW before going solo (see "8 Million Stories",etc). I'm not knocking DAVY DMX at all,but this should have been a 5 song EP. I'm not knocking Tuff City either,it's just that they were a great indie record label (in the 80's) gone to...stink! Anyways,old school rule dawg! Don't you new aged rappers and DJ's forget it!!!!"