A classic cut off the Geto Boys’ 1991 We Can’t Be Stopped LP, Mind Playing Tricks On Me gets a high-rolling makeover on Settle 4 Le$’ similarly-titled Booth debut, Mind Playin Tricks. Here, DJ Mr. Rogers (the beatsmith behind Gerald Walker‘s recently-released Um, Excuse Me video) serves up a tweaked version of John Okuribido’s original boardwork to back the headliner and fellow Houston natives Slim Thug and Killa Kyleon as they paint a paranoid, yet luxurious lyrical picture of the paper chase. For more, check out Le$’ Les$ Is More street album, released today and available now for digital download.
Written by richard on 04/23/12
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