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Don't Mess Wit Texas

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Download links and information about Don't Mess Wit Texas by Lil' Keke. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:13:57 minutes.

Artist: Lil' Keke
Release date: 1997
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:13:57
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Still Pimpin Pens (feat. DJ Screw) [Screwed] 3:58
2. Don't You Know (feat. Phaz & Mad Hatta) 4:14
3. It's Going Down 4:07
4. Something About the Southside (feat. Mr. 3-2) 4:40
5. Money In the Making (feat. Herschelwood HardHeadz) 3:57
6. Serious Smoke (feat. Big Moe, Mike D. & Duke) 6:17
7. Don't Mess With Texas (feat. Lil' Head, Botany Boyz & Knocky) 3:59
8. Southside 4:50
9. Bounce And Turn (feat. Phaz) 4:21
10. If You Wanna 5:37
11. N****s Be Hating Me (feat. Double D) 3:46
12. We Bust Back 4:11
13. Can You Feel Me (feat. Al-D & Fat Pat) 3:54
14. All In the Game 4:25
15. Still Pimpin Pens 3:08
16. If Tha World was a Swisha (Bonus Track) [feat. Lil' Keke] (featuring Blank Point) 3:46
17. 25 Lighters (Bonus Track) [feat. Lil' Keke & Fat Pat] (featuring DJ DMD) 4:47

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Lil' Keke's debut album, Don't Mess Wit Texas, is an entertaining, bass-heavy gangsta record. Like most of his Southern-based contemporaries, Lil' Keke spends more time working a groove than with his lyrics, which makes Don't Mess Wit Texas sound like a party record, not a hardcore mission statement. And that's not a bad thing, since he has more rhyming skill and personality than many of his bass-devoted peers, two attributes that mark him as a promising rapper well worth watching.