In November of 2006, Mr. Capone-E and Lil’ Flip hooked up for the underground album, Connected. Fourteen months later, the two Texas MCs have hooked up once again, this time for the appropriately titled sequel, Still Connected. The album, which was released earlier this week through Hi Power/Koch Distribution, features seventeen totally-Texas tracks, including the Mr. Criminal collaboration, Still In My Drop Top Chevy. While the recycled topics of paint jobs, gigantic rims and tinted windows does not create groundbreaking music, there is no denying that with a nice set of JBL’s or Pioneer’s, this joint might actually bump as hard as it was intended to.
Written by DJ Z on 02/20/08
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Ghetto Mindstate (Can't Get Away)" (2006)
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