The "Infamous Omar" of XXL online magazine was nice enough to critique The Medium(my latest and greatest mixtape)and his review wasnt pretty.
He begins the critique by openly showing his digust for my stage name. "I’m at the point in this game where if any rapper comes into the game with a moniker that includes words like “Lil,’’ “Big,” ‘Young,” “The,” or “Slim,’ I’m extremely cautious about wasting my time listening to their music. To date the only MCs that can get away with having those words in their name has been Young Jeezy, The Game and Soulja Slim (R.I.P.). Now we have Southeast Slim. While I applaud the D.C. representative for starting his own label and getting his hood Trump on, I can’t give him too much props for this mixtape.
Next he eludes to the fact that I'm soft because I freestyled over the Blame it on the Alcohol, Single Ladies and the I'm a Diva instrumentals on BLAME SINGLE DIVA's
Then he gives me a few props for booth presence then continues to piss on the tape with standard UNDERGROUND MIXTAPE REVIEW jargon using words like "simplistic", "elementary" etc.
Finally, AND THIS IS A HUGE FINALLY, he compares me to BOW WOW and TYGA (Omar takes this comedy thang too far)
MY THOUGHTS: I take "criticsms" with the best of them, I don't have a glass jaw, and I am very thick skinned, But Omar, to compare me to Bow Wow and or Tyga is utterly ridiculous. That statement let me know you reviewed that tape as if it was a high school book report that you BS'd your way through because you had to do it and not because you wanted to do it. You quoted me on a track that doesnt exist(There isn't a track on the cd called MY WAY ) and you also gave me grief for a line that I didn't say ("We like role models cuz these haters wanna be us" was not uttered by SES but by C the Rapper).
Here's the download link for The Medium.
http://www.zshare.net/download/61427978af26449d/You can decide for yourself what type of review it deserves.
In the mean time click here to read Omar's full review