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Mista Don't Play: Everythangs Workin [PA]

  • 1. Chickenhead - (featuring Chat/Three 6 Mafia)
    2. Out There, Pt. 2 (Skit) - (skit)
    3. Cheese and D*pe
    4. Whole Lotta W**d
    5. Don't Save Her - (featuring Crunchy Black)
    6. If You Ain't from My Hood - (featuring DJ Paul/Juicy J)
    7. Gorilla Pimp - (featuring Naymon Lumpkin)
    8. Break da Law 2001 - (featuring Three 6 Mafia)
    9. So H* - (featuring Lord Infamous)
    10. 201 Phone Call (Skit) - (skit)
    11. We Can Get Gangsta
    12. Ski Mask - (featuring Crunchy Black)
    13. Life We Live - (featuring Naymon Lumpkin/Edgar Fletcher)
    14. Y'all N****z Ain't No Killaz, Y'all N****z Some H**s
    15. Ooh Nuthin'
    16. We Ain't Scared H**
    17. Aggravated Robbery
    18. North, North
    19. F**kin' With the Best - (featuring Hypnotize Camp Posse)
    20. Mission Impossible (Pt. 5 Million) (Outro) - (outro)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1950

  • Credits
    ProducerDJ Paul; Juicy J

    Personnel includes: Project Pat, La Chat, Three 6 Mafia, Crunchy Black, Juicy "J", Lord Infamous, DJ Paul, Hypnotize Posse Camp, Namond Lumpkin, Edgar Fletcher.
    Recorded at Hypnotize Minds Studio, Memphis, Tennessee.
    Personnel: Project Pat (vocals); Crunchy Black, DJ Paul , La' Chat, Juicy J, Lord Infamous, Three 6 Mafia (vocals).
    Recording information: Hypnotize Minds Studio, Memphis, TN.
    Photographer: Steve Roberts.
    As a member of the infamous Three 6 Mafia clique, Project Pat is bound to tear up the club with anything he releases. His third solo album, MISTA DON'T PLAY, is no different. While his previous solo joints received regional praise, the success that the Three 6 Mafia has recently experienced with the hit single "Sippin' on Syrup" is bound to grant him much larger exposure.
    The lead-off single "Chicken Heads" is Project Pat's new claim to fame. Pat is at his best revelling in the song's pimped out story. Not that the thug anthems "Break the Law" and "We Can Get Gangsta" are missing anything, because they offer the same crunk feel as most Three 6 records. With MISTA DON'T PLAY, Project Pat delivers yet another Southern classic.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (3/23/01, pp.114-5) - "...Pat packs more drug references into his lyrics than a pharmacology text - but leaves room for a healthy dose of humor....Pat offers hope that the South will rhyme again." - Rating: B
    Vibe (3/01, p.194) - 3 discs out of 5 - "...Pat hypnotizes with clean, staccato cymbals and thumping 808 bass over horror-movie pianos, strings and choirs..."
    NME (Magazine) (4/7/01, p.42) - 7 out of 10 - "...Employs spindly digital beats and bouce-funk grooves on which to relate in local vernacular his amusing tales of weed-based high-jinx, guns, women and crime....Pat is on the brink of global stardom..."
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