Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Izza Kizza Kizzaland

The day has arrived!

27 comments :

  1. they should have saved that graphic for his album cover... because that is some hot ish.

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  2. Some of these songs are tight but no Tim beats on the entire thing? I was hoping for another Mudd Katz, nowhere near that territory.

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  3. I made an account just cause I had to write about this rapper. he is garbage. seriously. his flow is on a nursery rhyme kindergarden level. I really don't understand what all the hype is. this hype need to be focused on better up and comming artists such as attitude or lazee
    http://www.myspace.com/mrlazee

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  4. Same thing everyone said about Tim and Missy when they first started too.

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  5. thank god its free. BIG disappointment.

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  6. hey boog!
    which ones are tim produced???
    thx!

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  7. Hmmm...some great, some uh...not so great. Meh. I still like him a lot...

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  8. on further listening.. i like a few songs.. but overall, this is not getting me very hyped at all.

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  9. fire! bomb! i love it! first 2 tracks are off the hook. izza kizza is the future!!!

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  10. No offense, but this is pretty garbage, especially from someone being on Timbaland's label. I expected more and some Timbo tracks. Although, there are a couple of good songs.

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  11. Likin' "Testimonial" and "Don't Stop Go!". I quite like the mixtape =/

    TCChronicle blog authors: Cassie's "Official Girl" with Lil Wayne leaked.

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  12. yeah... i just don't GET izza kizza. i doubt i ever will, if this keeps up. i'm thinkin bout deleting this mixtape from my iPod already.

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  13. After listening to this, one thing I can say is that Koolade makes some dope beats.
    but Kizza's straight flow doen't really go anywhere, lots of effects but yeah.
    Doesn't do much.

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  14. Soul Diggaz' beats are soooo weird somehow. not really feelin it. I miss some strong melodies behind some of those beats fo real, not a big fan of that drum, sample and sound effect storms. There should be some more structure in those beats fo real. Too much going on most of the time, it's confusing - me at least... plus Izza's adlibs on top of it, I am not sure it takes away from IK...I will listen to it a 2nd time, 2nd feedback coming soon

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  15. Hey I just found this track, and sucks as expected, but for the drums I think Swizzy sampled Timbaland - Give It To Me (I am assuming its him that made it).
    http://www.zshare.net/audio/161406636d5b357e/

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  16. hmm i'm not really feeling this guy...he's kind of wack. the zany artwork and whole off the wall attitude just doesn't wash here, definitely not the future of hip-hop...

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  17. Sorry not feelin it. I was expecting more from Izza Kizza.

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  18. boy this guy is like the male version of mocha...he needs timbo bad...

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  19. i was expectin more but he has crazy talent and this wasnt even a full blown cd it was only a mixtape. the album will shur be amazin and change the game cuz wit ppl like timbaland, danja, soul diggaz, and missy on ur side u cant lose

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  20. i was expectin more but he has crazy talent and this wasnt even a full blown cd it was only a mixtape. the album will shur be amazin and change the game cuz wit ppl like timbaland, danja, soul diggaz, and missy on ur side u cant lose

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  21. i was expectin more but he has crazy talent and this wasnt even a full blown cd it was only a mixtape. the album will shur be amazin and change the game cuz wit ppl like timbaland, danja, soul diggaz, and missy on ur side u cant lose

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  22. loving this original hotness, its so diffrent. i'v not herd good hiphop for time but this free mixtape is worth listening too..
    fav joints:
    Push
    They're Everywhere
    I'm The Izza Kizza
    Tell Em What My Name I
    Red Wine
    Ooh La La (Preview)

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  23. 2nd feedback: I think Izza is dope. It's something new, hiphop needs that. he is lyrical, I love his flow most of the time. I just can't get into the Soul Diggaz sound. Koolade has by far the dopest beats on the mixtape.

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