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"CD Single Review: Saint - "Roll Wit Me""

CD Single Review: Saint - "Roll Wit Me"
By Gian Fiero - 12/02/2008 - 07:39 PM EST

Artist: Saint
Album: The Suffering
Label: Brand Name Entertainment
Genre: Rap
Sounds Like: ?
Technical Grade: 9/10
Production/Musicianship Grade: 9/10
Commercial Value: 9/10
Overall Talent Level: 10/10
Songwriting Skills: 10/10
Performance Skill: 10/10
Best Songs: Single
Weakness: ?
CD Review:

From Saint's debut project The Suffering comes “Roll Wit Me,” a single that should be thought of as a contemporary hip-hop love ballad. With a rolling beat, a contagious hook, stick Dr. Dre like melodies, and a simple premise, Saint delivers one of the sexiest street jams I’ve heard in years with the help of Big JO, Amp & Money Marvs.

Here’s an excerpt from the heart of the song, the second verse:

My nigga's is yo niggas, my figgas is you figgas, yes you's my bottom bitch I can't fuck with them gold diggas and I'm lovin' how the sex feel on that x pill
and you down for whatever whenever I say let's chill
and that's real you's a rider...yes take a hit of this, yes it's fire...
I told yo ass before mommy I can take you higher
got me down for the ten count mommy you's a fighter…
You know I’m not the usual fuckin' with those groupie hoes,
actresses and models and the chickens from my videos
Say that you's my down chick, then you'll be my down chick, they may stop and stare but you know who wear the crown miss...

That's poetry - street poetry, but poetry nonetheless. This is the radio track the radio probably will not play, so you will have to put it on rotation in your car stereo or iPod and dare yourself not to surrender and sing-a-along. - Gian Fiero for The Muse's Muse


2007- Black Tuesday - EP

2008- Make 'Em Say- Single
2008- Take You Home (Ft. Angi & Kid Magiq)- Single
2008- Can't Get Enough (Ft. Frank V & Tru Thoghts) Single

2008- The Suffering- LP



Hailing from Lowell, Massachusetts by way of Marietta, Georgia, Saint has been a staple on the Lowell hip-hop scene. Saint is making his mark amongst the elite in the Boston area with a strong endorsement from New England’s own SureFire Music Group. Saint is a strong believer of controlling your own destiny, and he’s doing just that by handling his own as an entrepreneur and opening his label Brand Name Entertainment. With his debut release “The Suffering,” Saint establishes himself as a solid songwriter with an ear for radio. His southern roots thicken his songwriting with an exciting style that fuses with his east-coast hip-hop swagger. Wearing his heart on his sleeve, nothing can be said in writing that Saint isn’t already willing to bear in his music.