Big Mike Of The Geto Boys - Hot Club Wax (From The Album "Somethin Serious") FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: Hot Club Wax (From The Album "Somethin Serious")
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Somethin' Serious is the 1994 debut solo studio album by American rapper Big Mike of the Geto Boys. It was released in 1994 via Rap-A-Lot Records. Production of the album was handled by . Joe, Troy Clark, Pimp C, John Bido, Mike Dean, Crazy C and Mike B. It also features guest appearances from UGK, Scarface and Mr. 3-2. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200 chart and at on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart
1994: One-time Geto Boys member Big Mike steps out on his own, dropping off his memorable debut LP, Somethin' Serious. With lyrics that reflect on the troubled state of the hood, the LP definitely lives up to its title. Kicking things off on a funky note with "Coming From the Swamp," the Houston rapper takes listeners on a cruise through Houston, with some opening bars that encompass the world of H-Town as he knew it at the time
The Geto Boys (CD, Album, RE). Rap-A-Lot Records, Noo Trybe Records. 7243 8 40451 2 8. US. 1995. Hot Club Wax (From The Album "Somethin Serious") (12", Smplr). From The Album "Reality Check" (12", Smplr).
Big Mike has released five solo albums thus far, Somethin' Serious in 1994, Still Serious in 1997, Hard to Hit in 1999, Keep it Playa in 2006, and Serious as Can Be in 2009. Still Serious was his highest-charting album, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 200. YouTube Encyclopedic. Best of the Geto Boys.
And by of the Geto Boys, I mean that one album where Willie D left, Til Death Do Us Part in 1993. This is where I'm going with this. Please take a look at Big Mike's album cover.
The rapper known as Big Mike had served three and a half years for torching a studio affiliated with Rap-A-Lot Records. That offense was the culmination of simmering tensions between Mike and the venerable Houston label, on which he'd released well-received solo projects and albums with Convicts and Geto Boys. By 1997 his star had risen so high that, according to Mike, Rap-A-Lot wanted to lock him down under a long-term contract. Though it was a strong album and eventually went gold, at the time it was seen as something of a failure, coming on the heels of the group's commercial and critical pinnacle, We Can't Be Stopped. Mike was booted from the group shortly after he and Scarface had a physical altercation of some sort.
This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. Find sources: "Big Mike" rapper – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (April 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). He accepted and became a part of the group on its 1993 album Till Death Do Us Part. When Willie D rejoined the group on its next album, Big Mike left the group. Mike has released five solo albums thus far: Somethin' Serious in 1994, Still Serious in 1997, Hard to Hit in 1999, Keep It Playa in 2006, and Serious As Can Be in 2009. Still Serious was his highest-charting album, peaking at on the . Billboard 200. Contents.
Big Mike, Somethin' Serious (Rap-A-Lot) 12. Method Man, Tical (Def Jam) 13. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Creepin On Ah Come Up EP (Ruthless) 1. These lists remain the most authoritative and comprehensive record of the rap music that mattered during hip-hop’s first 20 years. Note that albums from 1979-1985 and 1986-1987, respectively, were combined into single lists as hip-hop LPs were less common during those years.
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|A1||Creepin' - Rollin'
Producer [Uncredited] – Michael Barnett, Mike Dean
|A2||Get Over That
Producer [Uncredited] – N.O. Joe
Producer [Uncredited] – N.O. Joe
|B1||Smoke 'Em & Choke 'Em
Producer [Uncredited] – Simon Cullins
Producer [Uncredited] – Mike B.
|B3||Comin From The Swamp
Producer [Uncredited] – Michael Barnett, N.O. Joe
|B4||On The Real
Producer [Uncredited] – John Bido
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NotesHot Club Wax
From the album "Somethin Serious"