DONATELLO MUSIC / Donatello Productions / "T.O." - Donatello (Prod. By Donatello)

Good song

The song is an absolute masterpiece in terms of lyrical achievement, with an explosive amount of emotion put into writing them. An immense amount of satisfaction overcame me after listening to this song for the first time. Outstanding lyrics and powerful emotion results in one of the best Hip-Hop songs ever made. The listener can really connect with the song and get a good feeling.
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I like

This what’s up I feeling the Creativity this is what u call music I like the recording the way he rides the beat I like the mix u can hear the words clearly an that’s what’s it about taking the time it takes to make it right given your all on the beat an speaking on real life facts that we all see in everyday life as we know Keep Pushing the world needs more creative Art especially during these times but more importantly please stay safe
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"T.O." - Donatello (Prod. By Donatello)

This track is nice. Nice intro and outtro. Nice west coast type hip hop sound and flavor. Vocals, lyrics and transitions were on point . Vocal and lyrics remained in sync and on tempo with the beat throughout the track. Nothing negative to add. Good work!
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Dope music

Hey what's up man. Hope all is well especially threw these times. Just wanted to let you know I checked out your song. And i really mess with this song. Its dope. It gives me A young 50 cent vibes. The lyrics,the flow and the delivery are all on point. Keep up the good work fam. I would love to collab with you on something for my upcoming project for the summer. Let me know if you down
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I SEE U

Yo i really dig the flow i dig the beat and lyrical content makes a statement i strike out the mix i would not stack your leads and a little less reverb but nice vibe but mix master and push it you dig
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Nice rap music...

I like rap music. Likewise, I enjoy "T.O." The rhythm is nice, and the arrangement is well structured. The song is quite nicely done. To me, however, it is a little "light." Technically speaking, I would rather prefer a balance of vocal against instrumental parts to be just a little lower to make the whole sound to have a three-dimensional image, a deeper acoustic space. There are different tastes and approaches to creating music including rap. I should say that I have a baseline taste of "jazzy" music. The very first "rap" I encountered was "The Dude" by Quincy Jone back in 1981. I was so impressed with such a deep sound and still mixed with the impeccable jazzy (acoustic) feel of that song.
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Nice

Aye what's good family to be honest I really like this song and it got the perfect title to also those was some nice lyrics you was spitting very good word play fasho aye keep doing what you doing
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Time out on deez hoes

TOWN BIZ!!! OAKLAND! MY HOME CITY! T.O. BITCH TIME ONE ON THESE FOOLS! I see you Donatello! Definitely on the california vibe and got the Bay Area feel that everybody wanna sound like or bite the style. Getting those bars up over some West Coast vibe sounds. This has that "swang" to it that's very familiar to those who keep their ears to the west coast streets and pay attention to that CA Swag!
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