This Soundtrack Was Under The Radar
J. H Meeks | St. Louis, MO | 03/09/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This soundtrack was very good, this CD was like what I mention on the Poetic Justice soundtrack. This soundtrack had some star power with artists in hitting or in their prime like Zhane', Silk, Changing Faces, Aaliyah, Tevin Campbell, Hi-Five, & Silk. R-Kelly came with it in one of his best remixes ever of "Homie Lover Friend" with the late Aaliyah singing in the background. Smooth sexy self come in with "Ghetto Style". Also let me not forget some of the underrated rappers from the Big 'O' like Souls of Mischief & Casual who came with it on this soundtrack. Also U.G.K. gave us the radio version of the classic hit "Front, Back, Side to Side", and Mz. Kilo wraps it up on here but her song was not better than the one on Menace II Society soundtrack. Nuttin' Nyce most recognized song "Down 4 Whatever" is featured on here along with newcomer Raja-Nee's cut "Turn It Up". This soundtrack should have gotten more pub but this was during a time when a lot of things were really starting to pop back in late '94 & early '95. Great soundtrack."
A Low Down Dirty Shame: The Original Motion Picture Soundtra
Lashon A. Friloux-gonzales | 09/30/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Pretty good. Just bought it because I wanted "The Thing I like". Great song by the best--R. Kelly & Aaliyah. The dynamic duo. Two great talents. A fan of both. I love Homie, Lover Friend--Remix. It's hot. I did not care too much for the song on his album, but this remix is hot. Great for marrieds who want to be intimate."