The Geto Boys is a remix album by the Geto Boys released in 1990. The album contains one track from the group’s debut album Making Trouble (1988), 10 from its previous album Grip It! On That Other Level (1989), and two new songs. All tracks on the album were re-recorded, remixed and revamped by acclaimed producer Rick Rubin with his protégé Brendan O'Brien. The cover of the album resembles The Beatles' album Let It Be, and the songs attracted much controversy upon the album’s release.
The Geto Boys (originally spelled Ghetto Boys) are an American rap group from Fifth Ward, Houston, Texas. The group's classic lineup comprised Bushwick Bill, Scarface and Willie D. The Geto Boys earned notoriety for lyrics covering controversial topics such as misogyny, gore, psychotic experiences and necrophilia. The group enjoyed success in the 1990s with several certified albums and singles.
Geto Boys - "Do It Like a . DJ Ready Red) from the Grip It! On That Other Level LP (1989) adyred ealbushwickbill iedlive hermob. Driving home on this Throwback Thursday listening to Geto Boys - Do it like a . Heard JPrince this week one on utshow got me wanting to pump the whole album, Grip it on That Other Level.
This song was done a couple times by different members of the Geto Boys. This version I call Willie Dee's version, then there is Bushwick Bill's version, and possibly a third. Lyrics almost all the same except for a different work here and there. Anyone else able to confirm this? about 6 years ago. Dee Cry In reply to ed08181973. It's true! I have several versions, but this is the best one in my opinion! I love the production as well as the skit!
Geto Boys is a rap group hailing from Houston, Texas, best known as the flagship artists on Rap-A-Lot Records with the classic lineup of Scarface, Willie D, and Bushwick Bill. After that album, the three members released solo projects and Willie D was replaced by Big Mike for the group’s fourth album, Till Death Do Us Part. Scarface, Willie D, and Bushwick Bill reunited in 1996 for The Resurrection, but Bushwick wasn’t involved in the group’s 1998 release, Da Good, Da Bad & Da Ugly-however, he came back to complete the trio for the group’s next album, 2005’s The Foundation.
Geto Boys - Still Still Geto Boys. The Geto Boys' popularity was boosted somewhat in 1999 by the prominent use of two songs-"Damn it Feels Good to Be a Gangsta" (released as a promotional single for the 1992 compilation album Uncut Dope]) and "Still" (from The Resurrection)-in Mike Judge's film Office Space, now considered a cult classic. Mind Playing Tricks on Me. Geto Boys.
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