You Don’t Know: a 50 Cent, Eminem, Ca$his, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo collaboration

Rating: 4 stars

Bursting bombs are brought to you by the Shady Clan and G Unit who united their talents for your ears’ highest pleasure.
Numerous violins, drum beats, synthesizers introduce the listener into an torrid atmosphere. The Shady crew is taking over, ready to tear up the whole place.

Hustling, pimping the rap game as always, 50 Cent opens the hostilities with a good dose of offensiveness. He is followed by Eminem whose brilliant vocal performance I would like to point out. The rap master flows with an amazing dexterity, juggling with words and igniting the passion.

Cashis, Shady Records’ new member, manages to add a dark gangsta atmosphere to the track.

I haven’t heard Eminem in such a good performance probably for months, fans can be proud of him and I personally give him lots of credits for keeping the passion for emceeing alive after all he went through during the past months.

Globally, the song is well done. Rhythm, flow, instrumentals and vocals are intelligently handled. 50 and his crew did a good job on the song.

I haven’t heard Eminem in such a good performance probably for months, fans can be proud of him and I personally give him lots of credits for keeping the passion for emceeing alive after all he went through during the past months.

However, I think it would be honest to point out a few weaknesses, like the super commercial dimension of the song that appears much more as a club song that as pure gangsta rap; the main theme is focused on the appeal of the dollar. The lyrics didn’t impress me that much, also.

This, however, is a small criticism beside the explosive dimension of a track that allies a good combination of Shady Records talents.

Listen to the track on the Shady Records my space account.

Copyright 2006 by Isabelle Esling
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11 thoughts on “You Don’t Know: a 50 Cent, Eminem, Ca$his, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo collaboration”

  1. YEAH thats right Shady/ G-Unit is tkain over EMINEM is back and better than ever, and the old GRODT 50 is back this is a sure fire track, EVERYBODY MAKE SURE TO COP THE RE-UP!!!!!!!!

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