The Houston trio Geto Boys must be the most durable group in hip-hop, having survived Bushwick Bill’s self-inflicted gunshot wound and a bitter breakup. Now, five years later, the original lineup is back, heaving the mike with familiar heavy-handed vocal styles and graphic lyrics about ghetto life on The Resurrection. What makes this their best work is the album’s festive mood, despite its harsh subject matter. B+
The Resurrection The Houston trio Geto Boys must be the most durable group in hip-hop, having survived Bushwick Bill's self-inflicted gunshot wound and a bitter ...The ResurrectionHip-Hop/Rap The Houston trio Geto Boys must be the most durable group in hip-hop, having survived Bushwick Bill's self-inflicted gunshot wound and a bitter ...1996-04-26
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Producer (group): Noo Trybe, Virgin
Posted April 26 1996 — 12:00 AM EDT
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