The Resurrection from the Geto Boys Turns 25 Years Old
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The Resurrection from the Geto Boys Turns 25 Years Old

The Resurrection from the Geto Boys Turns 25 Years Old

The Geto Boys is one of the illest groups to ever pick up a mic. They first hit the scene back in the late-80s and earned their first platinum plaque in 1991. We Can’t Be Stopped was the album and many have ranked it as one of the greatest hip hop albums ever. We Can’t Be Stopped is also known for the album cover as they exit the hospital. This is where Bushwick Bill shot himself in the eye. Speaking of Bill, rest in peace to him seeing he passed away in June of 2019. Two years later, the Geto Boys released their classic, Til Death Do Us Part. The Til Death Do Us Part album is where they replaced Willie D with Big Mike because of differences between him and Scarface. Three years later, they all reunited for their 5th album called The Resurrection.

The Resurrection debuted as the #1 album when it was released 25 years ago today. The World is a Ghetto was the lead single and was just featured as my Throwback Thursday joint. The Resurrection eventually went gold and for me, this was another dope Geto Boys record. They released a video for Geto Fantasy, but it was never an official single. Overall, The Resurrection album was well-received by fans and critics. The World is a Ghetto, Geto Fantasy, Hold It Down, Point of No Return and Still are my top 5 tracks. Check out the track listing and stream links below.

  1. Ghetto Prisoner
  2. Still
  3. The World is a Ghetto
  4. Open Minded ft. DMG
  5. Killer 4 Scratch
  6. Hold It Down ft. Facemob
  7. Blind Leading the Blind ft. Menace Clan
  8. First Light of the Day
  9. Time Taker
  10. Geto Boys and Girls
  11. Geto Fantasy
  12. I Just Wanna Die
  13. Niggas and Flies
  14. A Visit with Larry Hoover
  15. Point of No Return

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