Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the hip-hop group Geto Boys, released in 2002. It is the second compilation album released by Geto Boys (the other was Uncut Dope in 1992). Greatest Hits contains a bonus DVD in some copies and has songs from all of the Geto Boys' albums released up to 2002, from Making Trouble (1988) to Da Good da Bad & da Ugly (1998).
This is a second and more inclusive package of the Geto Boys' best moments. The first, Uncut Dope, covered the group through 1991's We Can't Be Stopped; this opens it up to include tracks from 1993's Till Death Do Us Part, 1996's Resurrection, and 1998's Da Good da Bad & da Ugly . The Answer to Baby (Mary II). Mike Dean, Irv Gotti, Brad Jordan, A. Parker.
Geto Boys – The Resurrection. Label: Rap-A-Lot Records – 7243 8 41555 2 0. Format: CD, Album. "Geto Fantasy" contains a sample of "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" written by Miles Gregory). Geto Boys Scarface(3), Willie D & Bushwick Bill JAS Management : Tony "Big Chief" Randle. Manufactured by Virgin Records America, Inc. (Europe). Other Versions (5 of 17) View All. Cat.
The song’s final verse by J. Prince-the President of Geto Boys' label Rap-A-Lot-is rapped from the perspective of President George . It makes the controversial point that the President of the United States is in fact the biggest gangsta of all. "Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta" Track Info. Written By J. Prince, Bushwick Bill, James Smith & 2 more. Release Date November 17, 1992.
Diddy & Lil Wayne. Back In The Day. Erykah Badu. Paul Wall, Bun B, Ricco Barrino & Colonel Loud.
Текст песни Geto Boys - Still. All along it was the geto, nothing but the geto Takin short steps one foot at a time and keep my head low And never let go Cause if I let go, then Ill be spineless Im goin insane! (scarface). I think my mind just goes outta control And judge your subjects muthafuckas read about I touch on the shit that they be leavin.
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 rerecorded, 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. Controversy and release . Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta. Da Good da Bad & da Ugly. Niggas Ain't Doin' Shit.