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  • This is by far my favorite song off of Digital Bullet The beats are mellow and slow paced with good use of keyboards
  • The last verse though the worst in my opinion is still great
  • Give it a listen and I guarantee you'll be boppin


    • by BodgieCrunch
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      “Fools” is the 8th track off of Wu-Tang member RZA sophomore album “Digital Bullet released in 2001. The song features Wu-Tang affiliates Killa Sin and and Solomon Childs.

      This is by far my favorite song off of “Digital Bullet” The beats are mellow and slow paced with good use of keyboards. The bass and drums are keep a steady pace, proving that a complex beat isn’t always the case for a


      good song. RZA opens the song with the first verse. His flow is impeccable and fits with the song superbly. By far RZA’s verse is the best. Killa Sin takes the second verse, his play on words using a volley of syllables that rhyme with “ack” form a complex couple of bars. The last verse though the worst in my opinion is still great. This one is by Solomon Childs, his flow is on point with the flow of the song, but to me it feels like it’s lacking emotion. The chorus is actually taken from the group The Main Ingredient and their song “Everybody Play’s the Fool”. Leave it to RZA to grab great samples.

      The first verse is about some dude who just got out of prison. He’s not used to the freedom after being locked up for so ...


      • RZA - Fools (song)
      long so he is party hardy. He’s been locked up for so long that he isn’t up to speed on how things are runned now and days, and he is “Runnin round with that old school style” as said by the RZA. The second verse is about the same guy who bumped into Killa Sin and is living that old school style. He bumps into him, and flashes his weapon,
      while Killa Sin isn’t phased by it at all and tempts him to shoot him. The last verse doesn’t have anything to the “old school” guy, which makes the verse kind of out of place.

      This song is an excellent example of RZA’s lyrical and production skills. It’s no wonder how he made Wu-Tang Clan a household name. This song is of the highest quality. Give it a listen and I guarantee you’ll be boppin.




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