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Customer Reviews

Classic Collabo

One of the best things about bay area hip hop is that you can have wildly different styles like those of Casual, Del, E40, etc, and have it come together and somehow make sense. Albums like these won't top the charts, but Paris Hilton's will--'nuff said about the current state of popular music. Pretty sure Baller Blockin' was created for an NBA video game, hence the slight dose of cheesy-ness. Don't hate the player is classic party music that will sound good for years to come. I'm a DJ, and if you come to my club, you will hear this track for sure.....

Great song, but irritating promo copy

Granted, it's only $.99 per song, but it is irritating that Dan the Automator interrupts the song to inform the listener that he is listening to a promo copy. This should be taken of the iTunes "shelf."

Dan the Automator & HIERO = TOP CHOICE

this track is crazy. dan the automator and hiero is like my dream track. casual kills it and so does del and a-plus. heard they just did a video for this joint, can't wait to peep it definite must buy and looking forward to the full album


Born: San Francisco, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Dan "The Automator" Nakamura is a San Francisco-based hip-hop producer whose work with "Kool" Keith Thornton on the latter's Dr. Octagon project shot him to unlikely acclaim in 1996. With a series of ever more elaborate conceptual projects since then, Nakamura's wildly imaginative productions and offbeat sense of humor made him one of the leading figures in the underground renaissance of alternative rap in the late '90s. A classically trained violinist in his younger days, Nakamura instead fell...
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