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Customer Reviews

What?

First of all you spelled Empire Npire and you spelled back bacc. Just don't insult Star Wars, and besides George Lucas didin't make Star Wars to be a rap song.

please don't disgrace star wars

weak rhythms, get a different title, star wars rocks, this guy does not. (that's even better than his tired rhymes)

Haters Need To Get Bacc

C-Lim is tight. I grew up on Star Wars 2 and so did C-Lim obviously if he named his album after it. But that don't mean Me (or him) freak out every time someone references Star Wars outside of the nerd galaxy. Anyways this album is pretty tight. I don't even bang but "C-Walk to this" is classic. "Chucc Taylorz" is tight too because everyone grew up wearin them. Appearances by X-Raided, Tha Eastsidaz, and C-Bo show the level of MC C-Limm is because they wouldn't get on a album with him if he couldn't hold his own. Buy this.

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Underground/hardcore West Coast rapper C-Lim began his recording career by appearing as a guest on other artists' albums (including Brotha Lynch Hung, Mr. Doctor, and X-Rated), as well as contributing tracks to several various-artists compilations. He built up a following along the West Coast and in parts of the Midwest, and eventually...
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