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Rustie Feat. 215 The Freshest Kids: Cafe De Phresh (Stuff) Touted as the next big thing...and i'm not really sure what all the fuss is about. I thought Rustie was from Scotland, all I can hear are some American sounding MC's rhymng over some old school sounding electro influenced Miami Bass. I've decided to flip it over so I'm not distracted by the off putting lyrics that refer to trainers as 'kic ...

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Cafe De Phresh by Rustie & 215 The Freshest Kids
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6/10 Mingus Staff review, 01 May 2008
Rustie Feat. 215 The Freshest Kids: Cafe De Phresh (Stuff) Touted as the next big thing...and i'm not really sure what all the fuss is about. I thought Rustie was from Scotland, all I can hear are some American sounding MC's rhymng over some old school sounding electro influenced Miami Bass. I've decided to flip it over so I'm not distracted by the off putting lyrics that refer to trainers as 'kicks'. Still the music sounds like the soundtrack to some low rent pole dancing/exercise dvd. I don't know why, I just can't get with it..it's like music to sell a thousand computer games to numb kids. I'd really like to hear what some of those Scot's MC's are saying-if there are any. The music is well executed but...oh I don't know, maybe I just don't wanna be down with what the hooded kids are into.

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